Miele HR 1956 DF GD Operating Manual

Operating Instructions
48" Dual Fuel Range
(Speed Oven)
To prevent accidents and damage to the range, you must read all
instructions supplied before installing or using the appliance.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 WARNING
Children and adults can tip over the range if has not been
secured. This may lead to fatal injuries.
 This range must be secured and connected using the anti-tip
device according to the installation instructions.
 If you have moved the range, slide the locking latch onto the antitip device until you feel it lock into place.
 Do not use the range if the anti-tip device has not been properly
installed and engaged.
 Failure to observe the information contained in the installation
instructions can lead to serious or fatal injuries for children and
adults.
WARNING
All ranges can tip
Injury to persons
could result
Install anti-tip devices
packed with range
See installation
instructions
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Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................................................. 2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................................................. 8
Guide to the range ............................................................................................... 22
HR 1954 ................................................................................................................. 22
HR 1955, HR 1956 ................................................................................................. 22
Control panel ........................................................................................................ 24
HR 1954 ................................................................................................................. 24
HR 1955, HR 1956 ................................................................................................. 24
Sensor buttons....................................................................................................... 26
M Touch display ..................................................................................................... 28
Symbols ............................................................................................................ 29
Basic operation ...................................................................................................... 30
Features ................................................................................................................ 32
Model numbers ..................................................................................................... 32
Data plate .............................................................................................................. 32
Items included with this range ............................................................................... 32
Standard and optional accessories ....................................................................... 32
Glass Tray ......................................................................................................... 33
Wire rack with non-tip safety notches .............................................................. 33
Speed Oven controls ............................................................................................ 36
Oven safety features .............................................................................................. 36
System lock  .................................................................................................. 36
Safety cut-out ................................................................................................... 36
Cooling fan........................................................................................................ 37
PerfectClean surfaces............................................................................................ 37
Before using for the first time............................................................................. 38
Before using for the first time................................................................................. 38
Heating the oven.................................................................................................... 40
Settings ................................................................................................................. 41
Accessing the "Settings" menu ............................................................................. 41
Changing and saving settings .......................................................................... 41
Settings overview................................................................................................... 42
Language ............................................................................................................ 44
Time of day ............................................................................................................ 44
Display .............................................................................................................. 44
Clock Type ........................................................................................................ 44
Clock Format .................................................................................................... 44
Set..................................................................................................................... 44
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Date........................................................................................................................ 45
Lighting .................................................................................................................. 45
Start screen............................................................................................................ 45
Brightness .............................................................................................................. 45
Volume ................................................................................................................... 46
Buzzer tones ..................................................................................................... 46
Keypad tone...................................................................................................... 46
Welcome melody .............................................................................................. 46
Units of measurement............................................................................................ 46
Weight............................................................................................................... 46
Temperature ...................................................................................................... 46
Minute + ................................................................................................................. 47
Popcorn.................................................................................................................. 47
Keeping Warm ....................................................................................................... 47
Cooling fan............................................................................................................. 48
Default temperatures.............................................................................................. 48
Microwave power levels......................................................................................... 49
Safety ..................................................................................................................... 49
System lock  .................................................................................................. 49
Sensor lock ...................................................................................................... 50
Calibrate temperature ............................................................................................ 50
Voltage ................................................................................................................... 50
Showroom Program ............................................................................................... 51
Demo Mode ...................................................................................................... 51
Factory default ....................................................................................................... 51
MyMiele................................................................................................................. 52
To add an entry ...................................................................................................... 52
Editing MyMiele ..................................................................................................... 53
Deleting entries ................................................................................................. 53
Sorting entries................................................................................................... 53
Alarm + Timer ....................................................................................................... 54
Using the Alarm ................................................................................................. 54
Setting the alarm............................................................................................... 54
Changing an alarm............................................................................................ 54
Deleting an alarm .............................................................................................. 54
Using the Timer  ................................................................................................. 55
Setting the timer ............................................................................................... 55
Resetting the timer............................................................................................ 56
Canceling the timer........................................................................................... 56
Guide to the modes.............................................................................................. 57
Solo Modes............................................................................................................ 57
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Microwave (Solo) ............................................................................................. 59
Combination Modes .............................................................................................. 59
Microwave power................................................................................................. 61
How it works .......................................................................................................... 61
Microwave power levels......................................................................................... 61
Selecting cookware ............................................................................................. 62
Containers suitable for microwave use.................................................................. 62
Unsuitable containers for microwave use.............................................................. 64
Testing dishes for their suitability........................................................................... 65
Placing the dish in the Speed Oven....................................................................... 66
Lid .......................................................................................................................... 66
Energy saving tips................................................................................................ 68
Solo modes........................................................................................................... 69
Quick Guide ........................................................................................................... 69
Cooling fan ............................................................................................................ 69
Additional functions ............................................................................................... 70
Changing the temperature ................................................................................ 70
Rapid PreHeat................................................................................................... 71
Using the Crisp function (Moisture Reduction)................................................. 72
Changing the oven mode ................................................................................. 72
Setting additional durations .............................................................................. 73
Microwave (Solo) ........................................................................................... 76
Quick Guide ........................................................................................................... 76
Cooling fan ............................................................................................................ 76
Additional functions ............................................................................................... 77
Change the microwave power. ......................................................................... 77
Changing the cooking duration......................................................................... 77
Changing the oven mode ................................................................................. 77
Setting additional durations .............................................................................. 78
Combi Modes ....................................................................................................... 80
Quick Guide ........................................................................................................... 80
Cooling fan ............................................................................................................ 81
Additional functions ............................................................................................... 81
Changing the microwave power level and temperature ................................... 82
Using the Crisp function (Moisture Reduction)................................................. 82
Changing the oven mode ................................................................................. 82
Setting additional durations .............................................................................. 82
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MasterChef ........................................................................................................... 83
List of food types ................................................................................................... 83
Using the MasterChef programs............................................................................ 83
Notes on using these programs........................................................................ 84
Search .................................................................................................................... 84
Favorites ............................................................................................................... 85
Creating a Favorite ................................................................................................. 85
Starting a Favorite .................................................................................................. 86
Changing Favorites ................................................................................................ 87
Changing cooking stages ................................................................................. 87
Changing the name........................................................................................... 88
Deleting a Favorite ................................................................................................. 88
Minute + ................................................................................................................ 89
Popcorn................................................................................................................. 90
Bake ...................................................................................................................... 91
Roast ..................................................................................................................... 93
Roast Probe ........................................................................................................... 95
How the roast probe works .............................................................................. 95
Possibilities for use ........................................................................................... 95
Important notes regarding the roast probe....................................................... 96
Using the roast probe ....................................................................................... 96
Time left display................................................................................................ 97
Using residual heat ........................................................................................... 98
Slow Roasting ...................................................................................................... 99
Using the Slow Roasting function........................................................................ 100
Adjusting the Slow Roasting temperature ........................................................... 101
Broil ..................................................................................................................... 102
Microwave: Defrosting/Reheating/Cooking .................................................... 105
Tables for defrosting, reheating and cooking food using the Microwave  mode
............................................................................................................................. 108
Table for defrosting food................................................................................. 109
Table for reheating food .................................................................................. 110
Table for cooking food .................................................................................... 111
Special Modes .................................................................................................... 112
Defrost ................................................................................................................. 113
Dehydrate............................................................................................................. 114
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Reheat.................................................................................................................. 115
Warm-up Cookware............................................................................................. 115
Proof..................................................................................................................... 116
Pizza..................................................................................................................... 116
Sabbath Program ................................................................................................. 117
Gentle Bake ......................................................................................................... 119
Canning................................................................................................................ 120
Frozen food .......................................................................................................... 123
Cleaning and care .............................................................................................. 124
Unsuitable cleaning agents.................................................................................. 124
Tips ...................................................................................................................... 125
Normal soiling ...................................................................................................... 125
Roast Probe .................................................................................................... 125
Stubborn soiling................................................................................................... 126
Lowering the Browning / Broiling element ........................................................... 127
Frequently asked questions .............................................................................. 128
Technical Service ............................................................................................... 133
Copyright and licenses...................................................................................... 134
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using the appliance, follow basic safety precautions, including the
following:
Read all instructions before installation and use of the range to prevent
accidents and machine damage.
This appliance complies with current safety requirements.
Improper use of the appliance can lead to personal injury and
material damage.
Read all instructions before installing or using the oven for the first
time. Only use the appliance for its intended purpose.
Keep these operating instructions in a safe place and pass them
on to any future user.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Use
 This appliance is intended for residential use only. Use only as
described in these operating instructions.
 This appliance is not intended for outdoor use.
 The oven is intended for domestic use only: cooking, baking,
roasting, broiling, canning, defrosting and reheating of food.
Only use this appliance for its intended purpose.
 Risk of fire! Do not use the speed oven to store or dry items which
could ignite easily.
If such items were dried in the Speed Oven, the moisture in the item
would evaporate causing it to dry out and even self-ignite.
 Persons who lack physical, sensory or mental abilities, or
experience with the appliance should not use it without supervision
or instruction by a responsible person.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Children
 As with any appliance, close supervision is necessary when used
by children.
 Do not leave children unattended: Children should not be alone or
unsupervised in the area where the oven is installed. Do not allow
them to sit or stand on the appliance.
 As with any appliance, close supervision is necessary when used
by children.
 Children 8 years and older may only use the oven unsupervised if
they have been shown how to use it safely and recognize and
understand the consequences of incorrect operation.
 Children must not be allowed to clean or maintain the appliance
unsupervised.
 Children should not be left alone or unattended in an area where
an oven is in use. Never allow children to operate, sit or stand on
any part of the oven. Caution: Do not store items of interest to
children in cabinets above an oven. Children climbing on the oven to
reach these items could be injured.
 Burn Hazard - Do not allow children to use the oven.
 Danger of suffocation! Ensure that any plastic wrappings, bags,
etc. are disposed of safely and kept out of the reach of children.
 Burn hazard!
Keep the spaces above and behind the range clear of any items that
could draw the attention of children. Otherwise, they can be tempted
into climbing onto the appliance.
 Danger of burns. The oven gets hot at the oven door glass, the
vapor vent, the handle and the operating controls. Do not allow
children to touch or play in, on or near the oven.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Technical safety
 Installation, repair and maintenance work should be performed by
a Miele authorized service technician in accordance with national
and local safety regulations and the provided installation
instructions. Contact Miele’s Technical Service Department for
examination, repair or adjustment. Repairs and other work by
unauthorized persons could be dangerous and may void the
warranty.
 Do not carry or lift the range by the oven door handle or the
control panel!
 Maintenance by the user: Never repair or replace any part of the
appliance unless the instructions specifically recommend doing so.
Service work may only be performed by a qualified technician.
 A damaged range can be dangerous. Always check for visible
signs of damage. Never use a damaged appliance.
 Operating a damaged appliance can result in microwave leakage
and present a hazard to the user. Do not use the appliance if:
– the door is warped,
– the door hinges are loose,
– holes or cracks are visible in the housing, the door, the door seal
or the oven interior walls.
 Reliable and safe operation of the range can only be guaranteed if
it is connected to the public power supply.
 The electrical safety of the range can only be guaranteed when it
is properly grounded. Compliance with this essential safety
requirement is absolutely mandatory. If in any doubt, please have
the building's wiring system inspected by a qualified electrician.
 Proper installation: Make sure that your appliance has been
installed correctly and that it has been grounded by a qualified
technician.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 The oven is not to be operated until it has been properly installed
within cabinetry.
 To avoid damaging the range, make sure that the connection data
(voltage and frequency) on the data plate correspond to the
building's power supply before connecting the appliance.
When in doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
 Do not use a power strip or extension cord to connect the range
to electricity. These are a fire hazard and do not guarantee the
required level of appliance safety.
 This appliance must not be installed and operated in mobile
installations (e.g. on a ship).
 Danger of electric shock!
Under no circumstances open the outer casing of the appliance.
 Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless
specifically recommended in the operating instructions. All other
servicing should be referred to a qualified technician.
 Defective components should be replaced by Miele original parts
only. Only with these parts can the manufacturer guarantee the
safety of the appliance.
 During installation, maintenance and repair work, e.g. if the oven
lighting is broken (see "Frequently asked questions"), the range must
be completely disconnected from the household electricity supply.
The gas supply must be shut off. Ensure that this is the case by:
– removing the fuse,
– "tripping" the circuit breaker, or
– unplugging the unit. Pull the plug not the cord.
– Shut off the gas supply and, if necessary, disconnect the range
from the gas line. Installation and maintenance of the gas
connection must be performed by qualified installers, service
agencies or gas providers.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 If the range is installed behind a cabinet door, do not close the
door while the appliance is in operation. Heat and moisture can build
up behind the closed door and cause damage to the range and to
the surrounding cabinets and flooring. Do not close the door until
the appliance has completely cooled down.
 Do not install kitchen cabinets above the range, since reaching
over a hot stovetop to access the cabinets can result in burns. If it is
necessary to install cabinets, you can reduce the risk of burns by
installing a range hood that extends at least 4 3/4" (12 cm) past the
bottom of the cabinets.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Proper use
 Danger of burns!
The Speed Oven becomes hot when in use.
Depending on the mode selected, you could burn yourself on the
heating elements, oven interior, cooked food or oven accessories.
Wear pot holders when placing food in or removing food, or when
making adjustments in the hot Speed Oven.
 Caution: Heating elements may be hot even though they are not
glowing. Interior surfaces of an oven become hot enough to cause
burns. External parts of the oven such as the door glass, vents, and
the control panel can become hot. During and after use, do not
touch, or let clothing or other flammable materials come into contact
with heating elements or interior surfaces of the oven until they have
had sufficient time to cool.
 Do not let food sit in the oven for more than one hour before or
after cooking. Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
 It is important that the heat is allowed to spread evenly
throughout the food being cooked.
This can be achieved by stirring and/or turning the food, and
observing a sufficiently long standing time, which should be added
to the time needed for cooking, reheating or defrosting.
 Use only dry, heat-resistant potholders. Moist or damp potholders
used on hot surfaces may result in steam burns. Do not let
potholders come in contact with oil or grease. Do not substitute dish
towels or other bulky items for potholders. Do not let potholders
touch hot heating elements.
 Loose fitting or hanging garments present a fire hazard. Wear
proper apparel while operating the appliance.
 Do not heat unopened containers of food in the oven, pressure
may cause the containers to burst and result in injury.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 To prevent burns, always place oven racks at their desired height
while the oven is cool. If the rack must be moved while the oven is
hot, do not let pot holders touch hot heating elements.
 Open the door carefully to allow hot air or steam to escape before
placing or removing food.
 To prevent burns, allow the heating elements to cool before
cleaning by hand.
 Do not leave the oven door open unnecessarily as someone may
trip over it or be injured by it.
 Never leave the appliance unattended when cooking with oil or
fat. They can ignite if overheated. Do not use the oven for frying.
Do not use water on grease fires. Turn off the Speed Oven
immediately and suffocate the flames by keeping the door closed.
 Never store flammable liquids and materials in, above or under an
oven, or near cooking surfaces.
 To avoid fueling any flames, do not open the Speed Oven door if
smoke occurs inside the appliance. Interrupt the process by turning
the appliance off and disconnecting it from the power. Do not open
the door until the smoke has dissipated.
 Do not use the oven to heat the room. The high temperatures
radiated could cause objects near the oven to catch fire.
 WARNING
NEVER use this appliance as a space heater to heat or warm the
room. Doing so may result in carbon monoxide poisoning and
overheating of the oven.
 WARNING
NEVER use this appliance as storage space. Doing so may result
in carbon monoxide poisoning and overheating of the oven.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 WARNING
NEVER cover any slots, holes or passages in the oven bottom or
cover an entire rack with materials such as aluminum foil. Doing
so blocks air flow through the oven and may cause carbon
monoxide poisoning. Aluminum foil linings may also trap heat,
causing a fire hazard.
 Please be aware that durations when using microwave power are
often considerably shorter when cooking, reheating and defrosting
than when using modes without microwave power. Excessively long
cooking times can lead to food drying out and burning or could even
cause it to catch fire.
Be sure you keep to recommended broiling times when using the
Broil mode. Do not use Microwave  for dehydrating items such
as flowers, herbs, bread or rolls. Never use modes with Broil for prebaked products such as bread or bread rolls, or for drying flowers or
herbs. Use Convection Bake  for these items and monitor the
process carefully.
 Use caution when using alcohol in your recipes. Alcohol
evaporates at high temperatures but may, in rare circumstances,
combust on the hot heating elements.
 Dishes with hollow knobs or handles are not suitable for use with
microwave modes. Moisture which has gathered in the hollow
recesses can cause pressure to build up and the item can explode.
 Fire hazard! Using Microwave  or Microwave combination
modes with plastic dishes which are not microwave safe can cause
them to melt and damage the appliance.
Do not use any containers or cutlery made from or containing metal,
aluminum foil, lead, crystal glassware, temperature-sensitive
plastics, wooden utensils or cutlery, metal clips or plastic or paper
covered wire ties. Do not use plastic containers with the foil lid only
partially removed (see "Containers suitable for microwave use").
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 For modes without microwave power: Plastic containers which
are not suitable for use in an oven can melt at high temperatures and
can even damage the oven or catch fire.
Only use containers which are declared by the manufacturer as
being suitable for use in an oven. Follow the manufacturer's
instructions on use.
 Do not leave the microwave oven unattended when reheating or
cooking food in disposable containers made of plastic, paper or
other inflammable materials.
Before using single-use containers, make sure they are suitable for
use in microwave ovens (See "Containers suitable for microwave
use - Plastics").
 Do not reheat food in the oven in heat-retaining bags which are
intended for use in normal ovens.
These heat-retaining bags usually contain a thin layer of aluminum
foil which reflects microwaves.This reflected energy can, in turn,
cause the outer paper covering to become hot and ignite.
 The Speed Oven can be damaged when using Microwave or
Microwave Combination modes if it is empty or incorrectly loaded.
For this reason please do not use modes with microwave power to
pre-heat cookware or to dry herbs.
Instead use Convection Bake  or Surround  for these
procedures.
 When using residual heat to keep food in the oven warm, the high
humidity and amount of condensation in the Speed Oven can cause
corrosion. The control panel, the countertop or the cabinetry can
also suffer damage.
Always cover food when using Microwave . Once food is cooked
through, use a lower power for continued cooking to reduce the
amount of steam produced from the food. When using residual heat
do not turn the Speed Oven off. Instead set the temperature to the
lowest setting and leave the oven on the selected mode. The fan will
then remain on automatically and dissipate the moisture.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 It is recommended to cover all cooked food that is left in the oven
to be kept warm. This will prevent moisture from condensing on the
interior of the oven.
 A build-up of heat can cause damage to the coating on the floor
of the oven.
When using Convection Bake  do not line the floor of the Speed
Oven with anything, e.g. aluminum foil or oven liners. Universal trays
and glass trays should not be placed directly on the oven floor.
 The door can support a maximum weight of 17.5 lbs (8 kg). Do
not sit on or lean against an open door, and do not place heavy
objects on it. Also make sure that nothing can get trapped between
the door and the oven cavity. The oven could get damaged.
 When heating food and drinks, remember that the heat is created
in the food itself, and that the container will normally be cooler. The
dish is only warmed by the heat of the food. The temperature of the
container is not an indication of the temperature of the food or liquid
in it.
Check the food for the desired temperature after removing it. This is
particularly important when preparing food for babies. Shake or
stir baby milk and food thoroughly after heating, and try it for
temperature to ensure that it will not scald the baby.
 The Speed Oven is not suitable for cleaning or disinfecting items.
Items can get extremely hot and there is a danger of burning when
the item is removed from the appliance.
 Do not cook or reheat food or liquids in sealed containers, jars or
bottles. With baby bottles, the screw top and nipple must be
removed.
Otherwise pressure will build up which can cause the bottle or
container to explode. Risk of injury.
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 The boiling wand ensures that the liquid heats up evenly with
bubbles forming at the right time.
When reheating liquids, always place the boiling wand supplied into
the cup or glass. When boiling and in particular when reheating
liquids, milk, sauces etc, using microwave power without the boiling
wand, the boiling point of the liquid may be reached without the
production of typical bubbles. The liquid does not boil evenly
throughout. This so-called "superheating" can cause a sudden build
up of bubbles when the container is removed from the oven or
shaken. This can lead to the liquid boiling over suddenly and
explosively. Danger of scalding and burning! The formation of
bubbles can be so strong that the pressure forces the oven door
open, with a danger of injury and damage. The user could be injured
and the appliance damaged.
Ensure you use only the boiling wand supplied with your appliance.
 Eggs can be cooked without their shells using microwave power
only if the yolk membrane has been punctured several times first.
The pressure could otherwise cause the egg yolk to explode.
 Eggs in their shells will explode if cooked with microwave power,
even after taking them out of the oven.
They can only be cooked in their shells using microwave heat in a
specially designed egg-boiling device available from specialist
shops. Hard-boiled eggs must not be reheated in the microwave
oven either as they too will explode.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
 Food with a thick skin or peel, such as tomatoes, sausage,
potatoes and eggplant, should be pierced or cut in several places to
allow steam to escape and prevent the food from bursting.
 To check food temperature, first interrupt the cooking process.
Only use a thermometer specifically approved for food use to
measure the temperature of the food. Do not use a thermometers
containing mercury or liquid as these are not suitable for use with
very high temperatures and break very easily
 Do not use the oven to heat up heating pads filled with grains, gel,
etc.
These pads can ignite even after they have been removed from the
Speed Oven.
 This oven must only be used for cooking food. Fumes, vapors or
heat given off by glues, plastics or flammable liquids and materials
could be hazardous. Do not use it as a dryer, kiln, dehumidifier, etc.
 Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
 Do not let metal objects (aluminum foil, pans) come in contact
with the heating element.
 Make certain that the power cords of small appliances do not
come in contact with or get caught in the oven door.
Cleaning and care
 Do not use a steam cleaner to clean this oven.
Steam could penetrate electrical components and cause a short
circuit.
 Only clean parts listed in these Operating and Installation
Instructions.
 Scratches on the door glass can cause the glass to break.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, hard sponges, brushes or sharp metal
tools to clean the door glass.
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 To avoid corrosion on the stainless steel surfaces of the Speed
Oven, remove any splashes on the interior walls of the oven from
food or liquids containing salt.
 Do not use oven cleaners. Commercial oven cleaners or oven
liners of any kind should not be used in or around any part of the
oven.
Accessories
 Use only genuine original Miele parts. If parts or accessories from
other manufacturers are used, the warranty will become void.
 Only use the Miele roast probe supplied with this oven. If it is
faulty, it must only be replaced with a Miele genuine roast probe.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND REVIEW THEM PERIODICALLY
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Guide to the range
HR 1954
HR 1955, HR 1956
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Guide to the range
a Speed Oven / Convection Oven and
Cooktop controls
b Browning / Broiling element
c Connection socket for the roast
probe
d 3 Shelf levels for the glass tray and
rack
e Door
f Data plate
The data plate is located behind the
toe-kick.
g Warming drawer
h Oven
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Control panel
HR 1954
HR 1955, HR 1956
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Control panel
a On/Off button 
Turns the oven on or off
b "Minute +" button
To start the "Minute +" function
c "Popcorn" button
To start the "Popcorn" function
d M Touch display
Displays the time of day and
information on the operation
f "Light" button
For turning the oven cavity lighting
on and off
g "Timer" button
To set the timer
h "Lift Panel" button
Lifting of the control panel
i Optical interface
(for service technician use only)
e "Back" button
To go back one step at a time
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Control panel
Sensor buttons
The sensors react to touch. Each touch is confirmed with an audible tone. This
tone can be turned off (see "Settings – Volume - Keypad tone").
Sensor Function
button
Notes
Minute Minute +
+
The microwave starts at maximum power and a
cooking time of 1 minute (see the "Minute +"
chapter). Tapping the button increases the cooking
time step by step.
This function can only be used when no other
cooking procedures are in progress.
Popcorn Popcorn
The microwave starts at power level 6 and a
cooking time of 3 minutes (see the "Popcorn"
chapter).
This function can only be used when no other
cooking procedures are in progress.
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Control panel
Sensor Function
button
Back
Notes
To go back a step
Lighting For turning the
If a menu appears in the display or if a cooking
oven cavity lighting procedure is in progress, tapping the "Light"
on and off
button will turn the oven cavity light on or off.
If the display is turned off, the "Settings" button
will not react until the oven is turned on.
The oven cavity lighting turns off after 15 seconds
during cooking or remains constantly turned on,
depending on the setting selected.
Timer
For activating and If a menu appears in the display or if cooking is in
deactivating timer / progress, you can enter a timer duration (e.g.
alarm
when boiling eggs on the cooktop) or an alarm
time, i.e. a specific time, at any point (see "Alarm +
Timer").
If the display is turned off, the "Timer" button will
not react until the oven is turned on.
Lift
panel
For raising and
lowering the
control panel for
the oven
You can lift up and put down the control panel for
the oven automatically or manually (see "Settings
– Lift panel").
As soon as you start the self-cleaning cycle, the
lift panel goes down automatically.
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Control panel
M Touch display
The display can be scratched by pointed or sharp objects, e.g. pens and
pencils.
Only touch the screen with your fingers.
Touching the display with your finger emits a small electrical charge which in turn
triggers an electrical pulse that is detected by the surface of the Touch display.
The Touch display is organized into three areas.
Main Menu
12:00
*
*
*
Operating
MasterChef
Special
Modes
*
MyMiele
Favorites
Modes
The menu path appears at the top left and shows you in which menu or submenu
you are located. The individual menu items are separated by a vertical line. If there
is not enough space to show the whole menu path, additional menu items are
indicated by … .
The time of day, alarm , and timer  are shown in the top right of the display.
The middle section shows the current menu and menu items. You can scroll to the
right or left by swiping your finger across the display.
The  and  arrows at the bottom of the screen are used for scrolling to the left or
right. The number of small squares between the arrows indicates the number of
pages available and your position within the current menu.
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Control panel
Symbols
The following symbols may appear in the display:
Symbol






Description
Some settings, e.g. display brightness and buzzer volume, are
selected using a bar chart.
This symbol indicates that there is additional information and
advice about using the oven. Select OK to access the
information.
The system lock or sensor lock is active (see "Settings - System
Lock "). The oven cannot be operated.
Alarm
Timer
Core temperature when using the wireless roast probe
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Control panel
Basic operation
Each time you touch a possible option, the corresponding field will light up amber.
Selecting or opening a menu
 Touch the desired field to select it.
Scrolling
You can scroll left or right.
 Swipe the screen, i.e., place your finger on the touch display and move it in the
desired direction.
 Or: Using your finger you can tap the  and  arrows to scroll left or right.
Exiting a menu
 Touch "Back", tap an option in the menu path at the top of the screen, or tap …
.
Depending on the current menu, this will take you back one level or return you to
the Main Menu.
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Control panel
Entering numbers
You can enter numbers by scrolling through the roller and touching the desired
value, or by using the numerical keypad.
To enter numbers using the roller:
 Swipe the roller up or down to select the desired number.
To enter numbers using the numerical keypad:
 Touch  in the bottom right of the input field.
The numerical keypad appears.
 Touch the required numbers.
Once you have entered a valid value, the OK sensor will light up green.
The last figure entered can be deleted using the arrow.
 Touch "OK".
Entering letters
Enter a name using a keyboard. Try to use short, concise names.
 Select the required letters or characters.
 Touch Save.
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Features
Model numbers
A list of the ovens described in these
operating instructions can be found on
the back page.
Data plate
The data plate is behind the toe-kick.
The toe-kick cover is attached to the
base of the range by magnets so it can
be removed and put back again easily.
There you can find the model number,
the serial number and the connection
data (voltage/frequency/maximum rated
load) for your range.
Have this information available when
contacting Miele Technical Service.
Items included with this range
The following items are included with
this appliance:
– Installation instructions for the range
– The operating instructions for the
range:
– Gas Top Part
– Convection Oven
– Speed Oven
– Warming Drawer
– An anti-tip device, including screws
for fastening the range
– Various accessories
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Standard and optional
accessories
This Speed Oven is supplied with a
glass tray and rack.
All accessories and cleaning and care
products in these instructions are
designed to be used with Miele ovens.
They can be ordered from the
Mieleusa.com website or Miele.
When ordering, please have ready the
model number of your oven and of the
desired accessories.
Features
Glass Tray
Wire rack with non-tip safety notches
The glass tray is suitable for use with all
operating modes.
The rack is designed to be compatible
with microwaves and so can be used
with Combi modes which use
microwave power. However it is not
suitable for use with the Microwave
(Solo)  mode.
Always use the glass tray when
using Microwave (Solo) .
Do not place items weighing more
than 17.5 lbs (8 kg) on it.
Do not place the hot glass tray on a
cold surface, such as a tiled or
granite countertop. The glass tray
could get damaged. Use a suitable
heat-resistant mat or pot rest.
Danger of burns! The rack gets hot
when used with Combi modes which
use the microwave function.
Use pot holders when placing food
in a hot oven and when taking it out.
Do not place the rack directly on the
floor of the oven and do not use it
with Microwave (Solo) . This
could cause arcing which could
damage the oven.
Do not place items weighing more
than 17.5 lbs (8 kg) on the rack.
The rack has non-tip safety notches
which prevent it being pulled
completely out when it only needs to be
pulled out partially.
When pushing the rack back in,
always ensure that the safety
notches are at the back of the oven.
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Features
Boiling wand
The boiling wand helps liquids heat
evenly.
 When reheating liquids, place the
boiling wand into the cup or glass.
 To remove the rack, lift it upwards
slightly at the front when the safety
notches connect with the sides of the
oven.
Roast Probe
Using the roast probe enables you to
accurately monitor the temperature
during the cooking process (see
"Roasting - Roast probe").
 We recommend using the rack
together with the glass tray when
cooking items on the rack which
might drip.
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Features
Round Baking Form HBF27-1
Microwave modes will damage the
Round Baking Form.
Do not use the round baking form
when using Microwave (Solo)  or
Combi modes.
This circular form is suitable for cooking
fresh or frozen pizzas, flat cakes, tarts
and baked goods.
Place the round baking form on the
rack.
The surface has been treated with
PerfectClean enamel.
Miele Oven Cleaner
Miele oven cleaner is suitable for
removing stubborn soiling. It is not
necessary to preheat the oven before
use.
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Features
Speed Oven controls
Safety cut-out
The oven controls enable you to use
the various cooking modes to bake,
roast, broil and reheat.
A mode without Microwave can be
started without specifying a cooking
time. To prevent continuous use and
avoid the risk of fire, the Speed Oven
will turn itself off automatically after a
time between 1 hour and 12 hours
depending on the function and
temperature chosen.
It also allows you to access:
– the time of day display,
– a timer,
– a timer to automatically turn cooking
programs on and off,
– the MasterChef programs,
– the creation of a Favorite program,
– settings that can be customized.
Oven safety features
System lock 
The system lock prevents the oven from
being used unintentionally (see
"Settings - System lock").
The system lock will remain activated
even after a power failure.
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If a Combi mode is followed in quick
succession by another mode using
microwave power, the magnetron
(which produces the microwaves)
cannot be turned on again until approx.
10 seconds have elapsed. Therefore
wait a short time before starting the
second process.
Features
Cooling fan
PerfectClean surfaces
The cooling fan comes on automatically
when a cooking program is started. The
cooling fan mixes hot air from the oven
cavity with cool room air before venting
it out into the kitchen through vents
located between the appliance door
and the control panel.
The revolutionary PerfectClean finish is
a smooth, non-stick surface that is
exceptionally easy to clean.
The cooling fan will continue to run for
a while after a cooking process to
prevent moisture building up in the
oven, on the control panel or on the
surrounding cabinetry. It will turn itself
off automatically after a while.
Food and grime from baking or roasting
are easily removed.
Do not use ceramic knives, as these
will scratch the PerfectClean surface.
Follow the instructions in the "Cleaning
and Care" section of this manual so the
anti-stick and easy cleaning properties
are retained.
The oven compartment and the rack
have a PerfectClean finish.
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Before using for the first time
If the speed oven door will not open
the appliance may not be leveled
correctly.
Check the installation situation of the
range and align it correctly.
Before using for the first time
 The range may only be operated
after it has been installed properly.
Read the Installation Instructions
carefully before installing the range.
Read the Operating Instructions
carefully before using the range.
The range will turn on automatically
when it is connected to the power
supply.
Welcome screen
A welcome greeting is displayed. You
will then be asked to select some basic
settings which are needed before the
appliance can be used.
 Follow the instructions on the display.
Setting the language
 Select the desired language.
 Confirm with OK.
Setting the country
 Select the desired country.
 Confirm with OK.
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Setting the voltage (electrical
version)
 The voltage set must match that
of the house as to not damage the
oven.
Confirm the voltage before setting. If
in doubt contact a qualified
technician.
 Select the voltage.
 Confirm with OK.
Setting the date
You can enter numbers by scrolling
through and touching the roller, or by
using the numerical keypad.
 Set the day, month and year.
 Confirm with OK.
Before using for the first time
Set the time of day
Time of day display
You can enter numbers by scrolling
through and touching the roller, or by
using the numerical keypad.
You will then be asked when you want
the time of day to show in the display
when the oven is turned off (see
"Settings - Time - Display"):
 Set the time of day in hours and
minutes.
–
 Confirm with OK.
The time of day can be displayed in a
12 hour or 24 hour format (see
"Settings - Time of day - Clock
format").
On
The time is always visible in the
display.
–
Off
The display appears dark to save
energy. Some modes are limited.
–
Night Dimming
The time only shows in the display
between 5:00 am and 11:00 pm. It
turns off at night to save energy.
 Select the desired option.
 Confirm with OK.
Information regarding energy
consumption will appear in the display.
 Confirm with OK.
 Follow further instructions in the
display.
Set-up Successfully Completed
displayed.
is
 Confirm with OK.
The oven is now ready to use.
If you accidentally select the wrong
language, follow the instructions
described in "Settings - Language ".
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Before using for the first time
Heating the oven
New ovens may have a slight odor
during their first use. Heating up the
oven for at least one hour with nothing
in it will eliminate the odor.
Ensure that the kitchen is well
ventilated while the appliance is
being heated up for the first time.
Close doors to other rooms to
prevent the smell spreading
throughout the house.
 Remove any protective wrapping and
sticky labels from the oven.
 Take all accessories out of the oven
and clean them (see "Cleaning and
care").
 Before heating the oven up, wipe the
interior with a damp cloth to remove
any dust or bits of packaging that
may have accumulated in the oven
cavity during storage and unpacking.
 Turn on the oven.
The main menu will appear.
 Select Operating Modes .
 Select Convection Bake 
The recommended temperature is
displayed 350 °F (160°C).
The oven heating, lighting and cooling
fan will turn on.The oven heating,
lighting and cooling fan will turn on.The
oven heating, lighting and cooling fan
will turn on.
 Set the maximum possible
temperature 475°F (250°C).
 Confirm with OK.
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Heat up the oven for at least one hour.
After at least one hour:
 Turn the oven off.
After heating up for the first time
 Danger of burns! Allow the oven
to cool before cleaning.
 Turn on the oven.
 Select /"Light" to turn on the oven
light.
 Clean the oven interior with warm
water and liquid dish soap, applied
with a soft sponge or microfiber
cloth.
 Dry all surfaces with a soft cloth.
 Turn the lighting and the oven off.
Leave the oven door open until the
oven interior is completely dry.
Settings
Accessing the "Settings" menu
Changing and saving settings
From the main menu:
 Select  Settings.
 Select  Settings.
 Swipe across the screen until the
desired setting appears, then touch it
to select.
They can be checked and changed, if
needed.
Settings cannot be altered while a
cooking program is in progress.
The settings which are currently
selected will have a colored frame
around them.
 Swipe across the screen until the
desired option appears, then touch it
to select it.
 Confirm with OK.
The setting is now saved.
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Settings
Settings overview
Language 
Option
Available settings
... / deutsch / english / ...
Time
Display
Country
On
/ Off * / Night Dimming
Clock Type
Analog
* / Digital
Clock Format
24 h
/ 12 h (am/pm) *
Set
Date
/ On for 15 seconds *
Lighting
On
Start Screen
Main Menu
Operating Modes
MasterChef
Special Modes
MyMiele
Favorites
Brightness

Volume
Buzzer tones
Keypad tone
Welcome Melody
Units of Measurement
Weight
g
/ lb/oz *
Temperature
°C
Quick Microwave
/ °F *
Power Level
Duration
Popcorn
Duration
Keeping Warm
On
Off
*
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Factory default
*
Settings
Option
Available settings
Cooling Fan
Temperature Controlled
*
Time Controlled
Default temperatures
Safety
System Lock
On
/ Off *
Sensor Lock
Calibrate Temperature
On / Off *

Electrical Version
208V / 60Hz
220V / 60Hz
240V / 60Hz
Showroom Program
Demo Mode
Factory default
Settings
On
/ Off *
Favorites
MW Power Levels
Default temperatures
MyMiele
*
Factory default
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Settings
Language 
Clock Type
The desired country and language can
be set.
You can choose from an analogue
clock face or a digital (h:min) display.
After selecting and confirming your
choice, the language selected will
appear in the display.
The date will also appear in the digital
clock display.
Tip: If you accidentally select a
language you do not understand, select
the  symbol to return to the
submenu.
You can select the clock format for the
time of day:
Clock Format
–
The time of day is shown in a 24 hour
clock format.
Time of day
Display
Select how you would like the time of
day to appear in the display when the
oven is turned off:
–
On
The time of day will always appears
in the display. To turn the Light on
and off or use the Alarm + Timer,
Minute + or Popcorn functions touch
the relevant sensor.
–
Off
The display is turned off to save
energy. The oven has be to be turned
on before you can use it. This also
applies when using the Alarm +
Timer, Light, Minute + and Popcorn.
–
Night Dimming
To save energy, the time is only
visible in the display between 5:00
am and 11:00 om. The rest of the
time it is not visible.
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24 h
–
12 h (am/pm)
The time of day is shown in a 12 hour
clock format.
Set
Set the hours and the minutes.
If there is a power failure, the current
time of day will reappear once the
power has been restored. The time is
stored in memory for about 200 hours.
Settings
Date
Start screen
Set the date.
The main menu will appear in the
display when the oven is turned on. You
can change this default setting so that,
for instance, the oven modes or
MyMiele settings appear in the display.
When the oven is turned off, the date
only appears if the oven is set to
"Time – Clock Type – Digital".
Lighting
Brightness
–
The display brightness is represented
by a bar with seven segments.
On
The interior lighting is turned on
during the entire cooking period.
–
On for 15 seconds
The oven lighting turns off 15
seconds after a program starts.
Touching "Light" turns it on for
another 15 seconds.

 Select Darker or Lighter, to change the
brightness of the display.
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Settings
Volume
Units of measurement
Buzzer tones
Weight
The volume is represented by a bar with
seven segments.
–
The weight of food in MasterChef
programs is shown in grams.

Maximum volume is selected when all
segments are filled. If none of the
segments are filled, the volume is
turned off.
 Select Quieter or Louder, to adjust the
volume.
 Select On or Off to turn the buzzer
tones on or off.
Keypad tone
The volume is represented by a bar with
seven segments.

Maximum volume is selected when all
segments are filled. If none of the
segments are filled, the volume is
turned off.
 Select Quieter or Louder, to adjust the
volume.
 Select On or Off, to turn the keypad
tone on or off.
Welcome melody
You can turn the welcome melody on or
off. It sounds when the On / Off button
 is touched.
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g
–
lb/oz
The weight of food in MasterChef
programs is shown in pounds and
ounces.
Temperature
–
°C
The temperature is displayed in
Celsius.
–
°F
The temperature is displayed in
Fahrenheit.
Settings
Minute +
Keeping Warm
For the immediate start of the
microwave, the maximum power level 7
and a cooking time of 1 minute are
preset. The power level is indicated by
a bar with seven segments.
–
The Keeping Warm function is
activated in the Microwave mode 
if at least power level 4 and a
minimum cooking time of 10 minutes
is selected.
If food is not removed from the oven
at the end of a program, the Keeping
Warm function will automatically start
after approx. 5 minutes. Keeping
Warm will appear in the display and
the food will be kept warm for
approx. 15 minutes using power level
2. The keeping warm phase is
canceled if the door is opened during
this time.

If all segments are illuminated, the
maximum power level is selected.
–
Power Level
You can set the power level between
1 and 7.
–
Duration
The maximum cooking time that can
be set depends on the power level
selected:
Power levels 1 through 3: maximum
of 10 minutes
Power levels 4 through 7: maximum
5 minutes
On
–
Off
The Keeping Warm function is
deactivated.
 Select Lower or Higher to set the
power level.
Popcorn
For the immediate start of the
microwave to prepare popcorn, power
level 6 and a cooking time of 3 minutes
are preset. This is suitable for the
preparation of most brands of
microwave popcorn.
You can change the cooking time, but
not the microwave power level.
–
Duration
The maximum cooking time that can
be set is 4 minutes.
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Settings
Cooling fan
Default temperatures
The cooling fan will continue to run for
some time after the oven has been
turned off to prevent humidity from
building up in the oven, on the control
panel or in the surrounding cabinetry.
If you often cook with temperatures that
differ from the default, it makes sense
to change the default temperatures.
–
Temperature Controlled
The cooling fan turns off when the
temperature in the oven drops below
160°F (70°C).
–
Time Controlled
The cooling fan will turn off after
approx. 25 minutes.
Condensation can cause the
cabinetry and the countertop to be
damaged. This could lead to
corrosion of the appliance.
When keeping food warm in the
oven, increases to the Time Controlled
setting can lead to condensation of
the control panel, moisture on the
countertop and on the cabinetry.
Do not adjust the Time Controlled
setting and try not to leave food in
the warm oven.
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After selecting this option, a list of oven
modes will appear in the display.
 Select the desired mode.
The default temperature is displayed
along with the available temperature
range.
 Change the default temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
Settings
Microwave power levels
Safety
If you often cook with microwave power
levels that differ from the default, it
makes sense to change the default
temperatures.
System lock 
The default power levels can be
changed for Microwave  and
Microwave Combi modes.
After you select this menu item, a list of
mode will appear together with their
respective default power levels.
– Microwave :
Power level 1 through 7 (can be set
via a bar with 7 segments)
– Combined modes:
Power levels 1 through 3 (can be set
using a number wheel)
 Select the desired mode.
 Change the default power level.
The system lock prevents the oven
being turned on inadvertently.
The system lock will remain activated
even after a power failure.
Select On to activate the system lock.
The timer can still be used when the
system lock is active.
–
On
The system lock is now active. If you
want to use the oven, touch  for at
least 6 seconds.
–
Off
The system lock is not active. The
oven can be used as normal.
 Confirm with OK.
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Settings
Sensor lock
Calibrate temperature
The sensor button lock prevents you
from accidently turning the oven off or
changing a cooking program.
Using temperature calibration the
temperature can be modified, in all
modes and Gourmet Center (oven) and
MasterChef (speed oven) programs, so
that it is slightly higher or lower than
shown.
–
On
Before you can use a mode, touch 
for at least 6 seconds.
–
Off
The buttons respond immediately to
a finger touch.
The temperature calibration is
represented by a bar with seven
segments.

If all of the segments are filled the oven
temperature is much higher than
indicated in the display. If no segment
is filled the oven temperature is much
lower than indicated.
 Select  or , to adjust the
temperature calibration.
 Confirm with OK.
Voltage
Setting the voltage (electrical version)
 Select the desired voltage and
corresponding frequency.
 Confirm with OK.
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Settings
Showroom Program
Factory default
This mode enables the oven to be
demonstrated in showrooms without
heating up. It should not be set for
domestic use.
–
Demo Mode
–
Any settings that have been altered
will be reset to the factory default
setting.
will appear when you turn
on the oven.
not heat up
–
–
–
–
Default temperatures
Any default temperatures that have
been changed will reset to the
factory default settings.
Off
Touch for at least 4 seconds to
deactivate demo mode. The oven
can then be used as normal.
MW Power Levels
Power levels which have been
changed will be reset to the factory
default settings.
On
Touch OK for at least 4 seconds to
activate demo mode.
Favorites
All Favorites will be deleted.
If you have demo mode activated
Demo Mode is active. The appliance will
Settings
–
MyMiele
All MyMiele entries will be deleted.
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MyMiele
You can personalize your oven using
the MyMiele  function by inputting
frequently used processes.
It is particularly useful with Gourmet
Center (oven) and MasterChef (speed
oven) programs as you do not need to
work through every screen in order to
start your program.
You can also set processes that you
have entered into MyMiele to appear in
the Start screen (see "Settings – Start
screen").
To add an entry
You can add up to 20 entries.
 Select MyMiele .
 Select Add entry.
You can select subitems listed in the
following categories:
–
Operating Modes
–
MasterChef
–
Special Modes
–
Favorites




 Confirm with OK.
The selected subitem and its respective
symbol appear in the list.
 Proceed as above for further entries
as required. You can only chose
subitems that have not already been
selected.
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MyMiele
Editing MyMiele
Sorting entries
After selecting Edit you can
The order can be rearranged as long as
there are more than 4 entries.
– add entries as long as MyMiele
contains fewer than 20 entries,
 Select MyMiele.
– delete entries,
 Select Edit.
– sort entries as long as MyMiele
contains more than 4 entries.
 Select Sort entry.
Deleting entries
 Select MyMiele.
 Select the position you want to move
it to.
 Select Edit.
 Confirm with OK.
 Select Delete entry.
The entry will now appear in the
position selected.
 Select the entry that you want to
delete.
 Select the entry.
 Confirm with OK.
The entry will then be removed from the
list.
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Alarm + Timer
Using the "Timer" button, you can set a
timer for a duration (e.g, for boiling
eggs) or an alarm (e.g., for a specific
time).
Two alarms can be set simultaneously,
two timer durations or an alarm and a
kitchen timer duration.
Using the Alarm 
The alarm can be used to set a specific
time at which the oven buzzer will
sound.
Setting the alarm
If the setting Time - Display - Off is
selected, you will need to turn the
oven off before setting the alarm. The
alarm time will then appear in the
display when the oven is turned off.
 Select the "Timer" button.
 Select New Alarm.
 Set the time for the alarm.
 Confirm with OK.
When the oven is turned off, the alarm
time and  will appear instead of the
time of day.
If a cooking procedure concludes at the
same time or if you are in a different
menu, the alarm time and  will appear
in the top right of the display.
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At the set alarm time
– If  flashes next to the time in the
display:
– A buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
 Select "Timer" button or the arm in
the upper right of the display.
The buzzer will turn off and the symbols
in the display will go out.
Changing an alarm
 Select the alarm in the upper right of
the display or select "Timer" and the
desired alarm.
The alarm selected appears.
 Set the new time for the alarm.
 Confirm with OK.
The adjusted alarm time is now saved
and will appear in the display.
Deleting an alarm
 Select the alarm in the upper right of
the display or select "Timer" and the
desired alarm.
The alarm selected appears.
 Select Reset.
 Confirm with OK.
The alarm will be deleted.
Alarm + Timer
Using the Timer 
The timer can be used to time any
activity in the kitchen , e.g. boiling
eggs.
The timer can also be used at the same
time as a cooking program if a start and
finish time have been set, e.g. a
reminder to stir the dish or add
seasoning.
A maximum time of 9 hours and 59
minutes can be set for the timer.
Setting the timer
When the setting Time - Display - Off is
set the oven must be turned on to set
the timer. The timer can then be seen
counting down in the display when the
oven is turned off.
You would like to boil eggs and set the
timer for 6 minutes and 20 seconds.
 Select the "Timer" button.
 Select New Timer Time.
 Set the timer for the required time.
 Confirm with OK.
When the oven is turned off, the timer
countdown and  appear in the display
instead of the time of day.
If you are cooking at the same time or if
you are in a different menu, the timer
duration and  will appear in the top
right-hand corner of the display.
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Alarm + Timer
At the end of the timer
Resetting the timer
–  flashes.
 Select the timer at the upper right of
the display, or select the "Timer"
button and then the desired timer.
– The time starts counting upwards.
– A buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
 Select the "Timer" button or the timer
in the upper right of the display.
The buzzer will turn off and the symbols
in the display will go out.
The set timer appears.
 Set a new timer duration.
 Confirm with OK.
The changed time is saved and will
count down in seconds.
Canceling the timer
 Select the timer at the upper right of
the display, or select the "Timer"
button and then the desired timer.
The set timer appears.
 Select Reset.
 Confirm with OK.
The timer has been canceled.
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Guide to the modes
The oven has a wide range of modes for preparing a variety of foods.
Due to country-specific preferences for preparation of food, default temperatures
and temperature ranges in °F and C° do not correspond. The temperature values
have been defined as given in the chart.
Solo Modes
Oven modes
Convection Bake 
Default
Temperature
temperature
range
350 °F (160 °C) 75–475 °F
(30–250 °C)
Use this mode for baking and roasting on several
levels at the same time. You can cook at lower
temperatures than with the Surround  mode
because the fan distributes the heat evenly
throughout the cavity for a consistent baking
temperature.
375 °F (160 °C)
Convection Roast 
This mode uses the convection fan to circulate
heated air throughout the oven. Ideal for cooking
delicate cuts of meat, fish and crispy poultry.
Auto Roast 
75–475 °F
(30–250 °C)
350 °F (160 °C) 200–450 °F
(100–230 °C)
For a premium result, the meat is seared at a high
temperature keeping meat tender and juicy.
Level 3
Levels 1–3
Maxi Broil 
For broiling meats e.g. steak, chops, kebabs, etc.
The entire Browning / Broiling element will glow
red to produce the required heat.
350 °F (200 °C) 200–500 °F
Convection Broil 
(100–220 °C)
This mode distributes hot air from the Browning/
Broiling element over the food using the fan. This
allows for a lower temperature to be used then
when using Broil . Ideal for broiling thicker
cuts of meat (e.g. chicken, roulades).
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Guide to the modes
Oven modes
Intensive 
This mode gently circulates heated air from the
lower heating element using the fan to create a
brick oven environment. Ideal for baking pizza,
focaccia, pies and tarts that require a crisp base
and moist toppings.
Surround 
Default
Temperature
temperature
range
350 °F (170 °C) 125–450 °F
(50–220 °C)
350 °F (180 °C) 75–475 °F
(30–250 °C)
This premium baking mode uses heat from the
upper and lower elements to create perfect results
on all baking recipes.
400 °F (180 °C) 75–475 °F
Surround Roast 
(30–250 °C)
For roasting traditional recipes, e.g. pot roast, and
braising or cooking at low temperatures.
Bake 
This mode uses traditional baking techniques to
perfect pies and biscuits.
Gentle Bake 
A combination of different heating elements
ensures excellent baked good, gratins and
lasagna.
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350 °F (190 °C) 200–400 °F
(100–200 °C)
350 °F (190 °C) 200–475 °F
(100–230 °C)
Guide to the modes
Microwave (Solo) 
Modes
Microwave 
Default
Power level
power level
range
7
1–7
This mode is used to rapidly defrost, reheat and
cook food.
Combination Modes
During Combination modes the heating element and the magnetron turn on and
off alternating one after the other. The heating element browns the food and the
magnetron helps it cook quickly. The maximum power level is 3.
Oven modes
Combi Bake 
For rapid heating and cooking of food, while
browning at the same time. Microwaves will
speed up your cooking process without
sacrificing the quality of food.
When baking do not set the microwave power
level higher than 2.
Combi Auto Roast 
For roasting at high temperatures and slow
cooking at low temperatures. The Microwaves will
speed up your cooking process without
sacrificing the quality of food. During the searing
phase the oven heats up to 450°F (230°C) to seal
the meat. Once this temperature has been
reached, the oven temperature automatically
drops back down to the pre-set cooking
temperature for continued roasting.
Default
Temperature
temperature
range
325 °F (160 °C) 75–450 °F
(30–220 °C)
350 °F (160 °C) 200–475 °F
(100–200 °C)
The maximum adjustable microwave power level
is 3.
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Guide to the modes
Oven modes
Micro Broil 
Default
temperature
Level 3
Temperature
range
Levels 1–3
For broiling flat meats, e.g. steak, chops, kebabs,
etc. The entire Browning / Broiling element will
glow red to produce the required infrared heat.
The maximum settable microwave power level is
3.
Combi Broil 
350 °F (200 °C) 200–400 °F
(100–200 °C)
This mode distributes hot air from the Browning /
Broiling element over the food using the fan. This
allows for a lower temperature to be used then
when using Micro Broil . Ideal for broiling
thicker cuts of meat (e.g. chicken).
The maximum settable microwave power level is
3.
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Microwave power
How it works
Advantages
The Speed Oven contains a highfrequency tube called a magnetron. It
converts electrical energy into
microwaves. The microwaves are then
distributed evenly throughout the metal
sides of the oven interior to reach the
food from all sides.
– Food can generally be cooked with
little liquid or oil.
In order for microwaves to reach the
food, they must be able to penetrate
the cooking container being used.
Microwaves can penetrate porcelain,
glass, cardboard and plastics, but not
metal. Do not, therefore, use dishes
made of metal, or which contain metal,
for example in the form of gold or silver
trim. The metal reflects the microwaves
and this could cause sparking. The
microwaves cannot be absorbed.
Microwaves pass through a suitable
container and find their way directly into
the food. All food contains moisture
molecules which, when subjected to
microwave energy, start to oscillate 2.5
billion times a second. The friction
caused by this vibration creates heat,
which first starts developing around the
outside of the food and then slowly
penetrates towards the center. The
moisture, fat and sugar content of food
will affect the speed at which it is
cooked.
– Defrosting, heating and cooking is
faster than using a conventional
oven.
– Nutrients, such as vitamins and
minerals, are generally retained.
– The color, texture and taste of food
are not impaired.
Microwaves stop being produced
when the program is interrupted or the
door is open. While in operation the
closed, sealed door prevents
microwaves from escaping the
appliance.
Microwave power levels
Microwave power levels 1 to 7 can be
selected.
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Non-microwave safe dishes can
suffer damage or cause damage to
the oven when using the the
Microwave (Solo)  and
Combination modes with Microwave.
Risk of Fire!
Microwaves are reflected by metal.
The material and shape of containers
used affect cooking results and times.
Circular and oval containers work best.
The food will heat more evenly than in a
square container.
Containers suitable for
microwave use
Glassware
They pass through glass, porcelain,
plastic and cardboard.
Heat-resistant glass or ceramic glass
are ideal for use with microwave power.
Exception: Do not use crystal glass
as it contains lead which can crack
or shatter in a microwave.
Porcelain
Porcelain is a suitable material.
They are absorbed by food.
Exception: Do not use porcelain with
gold or silver edging or items with
hollow knobs or handles, as
insufficient ventilation may cause a
build-up of pressure.
Earthenware
Decorated earthenware is only suitable
if the decoration is beneath an all-over
glaze.
Danger of burning! Wear pot holders
when removing earthenware dishes
from the Speed Oven.
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Plastics
Plastic containers and plastic
disposable containers may only be
used with Microwave (Solo)  if they
have been declared as suitable for
microwave use by the manufacturer. To
protect the environment, it is best to
avoid using single-use containers.
Do not leave the Speed Oven
unattended when reheating or
cooking food in disposable
containers made of plastic, paper or
other flammable materials.
Plastic cookware must be heatresistant up to at least 230°F
(110°C). Otherwise the cookware will
deform and possibly come in
contact with the food.
Only use plastic dishes in the
Microwave  and combination
modes.
There are also cooking bags that do not
need to be pierced. Following the
instructions listed on the packaging.
– Roasting bags
Follow the manufacturer's instructions.
 Fire hazard!
Do not use metal clips, plastic clips
containing metal parts, or paper ties
containing wire. There is a danger
that they will ignite when heated.
– Melamine
Plastic tableware made from melamine
is not suitable for use in this oven.
Melamine absorbs microwave energy
and becomes very hot. Before
purchasing plasticware be sure that is
is microwave-safe.
– Plastic microwave containers
Readily available from retail stores.
– Styrofoam containers
Disposable containers, such as trays
made from styrofoam, can only be used
for very short, timed warming and
reheating of food.
– Plastic cooking bags
Plastic cooking bags can be used for
cooking and reheating food.
They should be pierced beforehand so
that steam can escape. This prevents a
build-up of steam and reduces the rish
of the bag bursting.
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Unsuitable containers for
microwave use
 Dishes with hollow knobs or
handles are not suitable for use with
microwave modes. Moisture which
has gathered in the hollow recesses
can cause pressure to build up and
the item can explode.
Metal
Metal reflects microwaves and
obstructs the cooking process.
Do not use metal containers, aluminum,
foil, metal cutlery and china with
metallic decoration such as gold rims or
cobalt blue with Microwave
combination modes.
Do not use containers where the foil
lid has not been completely removed
as small pieces of foil can cause
sparking.
Exceptions:
The rack supplied with the Speed
Oven is suitable for cooking with
Microwave and Combination modes.
Do not place the rack on the floor of
the oven.
– Metal bakeware can be used with
Microwave combination modes.
– Ready-meals in aluminum foil trays
can be defrosted and reheated using
microwave power as long as the lid is
removed.
When using foil trays there is a risk
of arcing or sparks occurring in the
oven. For this reason, place the foil
tray on the glass tray and not on the
rack.
The foil tray must be at least 3/4"
(2 cm) away from the oven walls. It
must not touch them.
However, as food is only heated from
the top, it is better to remove the food
from the aluminum foil container and
transfer it to a dish suitable for use in
a microwave oven. The heat
distribution will be more even.
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– Aluminum foil pieces
For even defrosting and to avoid
overcooking unevenly shaped cuts of
meat, poultry or fish, small pieces of
aluminum foil may be used to mask thin
pieces for the last few minutes of the
program.
Make sure that the aluminum foil is
at least 3/4" (2 cm) from the oven
walls at all times. It must not touch
the walls.
– Metal meat skewers or clamps
These should only be used if they are
very small in comparison to the size of
the cut of meat.
Glazes and colors
Some glazes and colors contain metal
and are therefore unsuitable for
microwave modes.
Wood
Wooden dishes are not suitable.
Moisture contained in the wood
evaporates when exposed to
microwave energy, causing the wood to
dry and crack.
Testing dishes for their
suitability
If in doubt as to whether glass,
earthenware or porcelain plates or
dishes are suitable for use with
microwave energy, a simple test can be
performed:
 Insert the glass tray on shelf level 1
and place the empty item you wish to
test on the glass tray. Fill a suitable
glass with water and also place this
on the glass tray.
 Close the door.
 Select Microwave .
 Set the highest microwave power
level (7) and a cooking duration of
30 seconds.
 Confirm with OK and start the
program.
If a cracking noise is heard
accompanied by sparks during the
test, turn the appliance off
immediately. Any cookware which
causes this reaction is unsuitable for
use with microwave power. If in
doubt, contact the cookware
manufacturer.
This test cannot be used to check
whether items with hollow knobs or
handles are suitable for use with
microwave power.
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Placing the dish in the Speed
Oven
Lid
The lid offers the following advantages:
– Prevents too much steam escaping,
especially when cooking foods which
need longer to cook, such as
potatoes.
– Speeds up the cooking process.
– Prevents food from drying out.
– Helps keep the oven interior clean.
 Insert the glass tray on shelf level 1.
 The dish containing the food should
always be placed in the middle of the
glass tray.
Placing the food directly on the floor
of the oven would give unsatisfactory
and uneven results as the microwaves
would not be able to reach the food
from below.
 When using Microwave (Solo) ,
always cover the food with a lid or
cover made of microwave safe glass
or plastic.
These covers are available at retail
stores.
Alternatively, use plastic wrap
recommended for use in a microwave
oven (pierce as instructed by the
manufacturer). Heat can cause normal
plastic wrap to distort and fuse with
the food.
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 The cover can only withstand
temperatures up to 230°F (110°C).
Higher temperatures (e.g. those used
for Broil and Convection Bake) can
cause the plastic to distort and fuse
with the food. The cover should only
be used with Microwave (Solo) .
The cover should not form a seal
with the container. If the cover is
used with a container which only has
a narrow diameter, there might not
be enough room for condensation to
escape through the holes in the top.
The cover could get too hot and
could start to melt.
 Do not use the cover if:
– cooking breaded food,
– cooking food which requires a crisp
finish,
– cooking food with a Combi mode.
 Otherwise pressure can build up,
causing the container to explode,
posing a severe risk of injury.
Do not cook or reheat food or liquids
in sealed containers, jars or bottles.
Otherwise pressure will build up
which can cause the bottle or
container to explode. Risk of injury.
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Energy saving tips
– Remove any accessories from the
oven that you do not require for
cooking.
– The default setting for the Time of
Day display Time - Display - Off will
consume the least amount of energy.
– If possible, do not open the door
during a program. If the door is
opened during a program that is not
using microwave power, the heat in
the oven automatically turns off. The
fan continues to run. As soon as the
door is closed again, the program will
continue.
– With the factory default setting
Lighting - On for 15 seconds the oven
interior lighting turns off automatically
after 15 seconds. It can be turned on
again at any time by touching "Light".
– If a temperature range is given, it is
best to select the lower temperature
and check the food after the shortest
cooking time given.
– Convection Broil  can be used for
a wide variety of foods. Lower
temperatures can be used than with
other Broil modes which use the
maximum temperature setting.
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– When cooking with automatic shutoff or the wireless roast probe, the
oven heating will turn off
automatically shortly before the end
of cooking. The residual heat is
sufficient to finish the cooking
process. Energy Save will appear in
the display. The cooling fan or hot air
fan (depending on mode used) will
remain on.
– The oven turns off automatically if a
button is not pressed to save power.
The amount of time before the oven
turns off depends on the selected
settings, e.g. mode, temperature,
cooking duration, etc.
Solo modes
Quick Guide
Cooling fan
 Turn on the oven.
After the cooking process the cooling
fan will continue to run for a while after
a program is complete to prevent
moisture from building up in the oven,
on the control panel or surrounding
cabinetry.
The main menu will appear.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select Operating Modes.
 Select the desired mode.
The oven mode and default
temperature will appear.
When the temperature in the oven has
fallen sufficiently the cooling fan will
turn off automatically.
The oven heating, lighting and cooling
fan will turn on.
The default setting can be changed if
desired (see "Settings - Cooling Fan").
 Adjust the default temperature if
necessary.
The default temperature will be
automatically accepted within a few
seconds. If necessary, select Change
to go back to the temperature setting
(see "Additional functions - Changing
the temperature").
 Confirm with OK.
The required and the actual
temperatures will appear.
You will see the temperature rising in
the display. A buzzer will sound when
the oven temperature is reached if this
option is selected (see "Settings Volume - Buzzer tone").
After the cooking process:
 Take the food out of the oven.
 Turn the oven off.
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Solo modes
Additional functions
Changing the temperature
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a mode and set the
temperature.
As soon as a cooking mode is selected,
a default temperature will appear in the
display together with its possible range
(see "Guide to the modes").
By selecting Additional Settings you can
adjust cooking times and adjust
additional settings.
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
Additional options will appear in the
display for you to select for change if
desired.
 If the default temperature is suitable
for your recipe, confirm it with "OK".
 If it is not suitable for your recipe, you
can change it for this particular
cooking program.
You can also permanently reset the
default temperature to suit your
personal cooking habits (See
"Settings - Default temperatures").
–
Duration
–
Core temperature
(This will only appear
if you are using the roast probe. You
cannot set a cooking duration when
using the roast probe.)
Example: You have selected
Convection Bake  and 350°F
(170°C) and can see the temperature
increasing.
–
Ready at
–
Start at
You want to reduce the target
temperature to 310°F (155°C).
–
Rapid PreHeat
(This will appear if a Duration
or Ready at time has been set.)
(This only appears if a
temperature of more than 210°F
(100°C) has been set for Convection
Bake , Auto Roast  or
Surround .)
–
Crisp function
–
Change Operating Mode
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(This moisture reduction
feature will allow surfaces to crisp on
the outside.)
(You can
change the oven mode during
operation.)
 Select Change.
 Change the temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
The adjusted target temperature is
saved. The target and actual
temperatures are displayed.
Solo modes
Rapid PreHeat
Rapid PreHeat
Rapid PreHeat can be used to speed
up the preheating phase.
–
The Rapid PreHeat function turns on
automatically if you set a temperature
of more than 210°F (100°C) for
Convection Bake , Auto Roast 
or Surround .
You can turn-off Rapid PreHeat for a
relevant cooking process.
On
The Browning / Broiling and
convection heating elements turn on
together with the fan to enable the
oven to reach the required
temperature as quickly as possible.
–
Off
Only the heating elements
associated with the cooking program
are turned on.
To turn the Rapid PreHeat function off:
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
 Select Rapid PreHeat.
In Rapid PreHeat, Off will appear.
 Confirm with OK.
Rapid PreHeat has been deactivated.
Instead of Rapid PreHeat, Preheating will
appear in the display.
 Select the required oven mode and
temperature.
 Wait for the preheating phase to
complete.
A buzzer will sound when the set
temperature is reached, if the buzzer is
set (see "Settings").
 Place the food in the oven.
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Solo modes
Using the Crisp function (Moisture
Reduction)
It is a good idea to use this function
when cooking items which are moist on
the inside but which should be crispy
on the outside, e.g. french fries.
It is also suitable for fruit cakes, such as
apple cake.
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a mode and set the
temperature.
You can activate the "Crisp function"
with any oven mode. It must be
activated separately for a cooking
process. For best results, activate it at
the beginning of the cooking process.
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
 Select Crisp function.
In Crisp function, On will appear.
 Confirm with OK.
Moisture reduction is now activated.
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Changing the oven mode
You can change the oven mode during
operation.
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
 Select Change Operating Mode.
 Select the desired mode.
The new mode will appear in the
display together with its default
temperature.
 Change the temperature, if
necessary.
 Confirm with OK.
The oven mode has been changed.
The times entered will be kept.
Solo modes
Setting additional durations
–
Start at
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a mode and set the
temperature.
Set the time you would like cooking
to start at. The oven will turn on
automatically at the time set.
By entering Duration, Ready at or Start at
you can automatically turn the cooking
program on or off.
Start at can only be used together
with Duration or Ready at, except
when using the wireless roast probe.
–
Duration
Enter the cooking duration required.
Once the duration set has elapsed,
the heating will turn off automatically.
The maximum duration that can be
set is 12:00 hours.
A cooking duration cannot be
entered if you are using the wireless
roast probe. When using the roast
probe, the cooking duration is
determined by when the set core
temperature is reached.
–
Ready at
You can specify when you would like
the cooking program to complete.
The oven will turn off automatically at
the time set.
A Ready at time cannot be entered if
you are using the wireless roast
probe. When using the roast probe
the end time is determined by when
the set core temperature is reached.
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Solo modes
Turning off automatically
It is now 11:45. The food takes 30
minutes to cook and should be ready at
12:15.
Select Duration and set 00:30 h or select
and set the time for 12:15.
Ready at
The oven will turn off automatically after
this duration has elapsed or the time
set has been reached.
Setting the duration
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
 Set the cooking duration.
 Confirm with OK.
Setting the "Ready at" time
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
 In the Ready at field, set the time at
which the food should be ready.
 Confirm with OK.
Turning on and off automatically
It is recommended to use the
automatic On/Off feature when
roasting. Do not delay the start of the
program for too long when baking.
Cake mixtures and doughs will dry
out, and the leavening agents will lose
their effectiveness.
To turn a cooking program on and off
automatically, you have a choice of
how to enter the time parameters:
–
Duration
and Ready at
–
Duration
and Start at
–
Ready at
and Start at
It is now 11:30. The food takes 30
minutes to cook and should be ready at
12:30.
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
 In the Duration field, set 0:30 h.
 In the Ready at field, set 12:30 h.
 Confirm with OK.
The Start at time will be automatically
calculated. Start at 12:00 will appear in
the display.
The oven will turn on automatically
when this time is reached.
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Solo modes
Sequence of a cooking program that
turns on and off automatically
Up until the start time the mode, the
selected temperature, Start at and the
start time will appear in the display.
After the program has started you
can follow the preheating phase in the
display until the required temperature
has been reached.
Once this temperature is reached, a
buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tone").
After the preheating phase the
remaining time will appear in the
display.
The time will count down in the display.
The last minute counts down in
seconds.
Changing the set time
 Select Change.
All options that can be changed will
appear.
 Change the desired time.
 Confirm with OK.
These settings will be deleted in the
event of a power failure.
Canceling cooking
 Touch "Back" twice.
Cancel Cooking?
appears in the display.
 Select Yes.
The oven heating and lighting will turn
off, and any durations set will be
deleted.
At the end of the cooking process a
buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
The oven heating and lighting are
turned on. Program Finished appears in
the display.
You have the option to save the
program as a Favorite (see "Favorites")
or to increase the cooking duration
using Change. Select "Back" to go back
to the main menu.
During the cooling down phase the
cooling fan will continue to run.
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Microwave (Solo) 
Quick Guide
At the end of the cooking duration
 Turn on the oven.
–
The main menu will appear.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select Operating Modes .
 Select Microwave .
The mode, recommended power level
and the duration field will appear in the
display.
Program Finished
display.
appears in the
– The cooling fan continues to run.
– A buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
You have the option to save the
program as a Favorite (see "Favorites")
or to increase the cooking duration
using Change. Select "Back" to go
back to the main menu.
 If necessary, change the
recommended power level.
 Take the food out of the oven.
 Set the cooking duration.
 Turn the oven off.
The maximum duration that can be set
depends on the power level selected.
 Select Start.
The magnetron, lighting and cooling fan
will come on and the cooking program
will start.
The time remaining appears in the
display. You can interrupt the cooking
at any time with Stop.
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Cooling fan
After the cooking process the cooling
fan will continue to run for a while after
a program is complete to prevent
moisture from building up in the oven,
on the control panel or surrounding
cabinetry.
The cooling fan will turn off after a set
time.
Microwave (Solo) 
Additional functions
Change the microwave power.
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a Microwave power level and
set the duration.
In the Microwave  mode, default
power level 7 is set at the factory.
By selecting Additional Settings you can
adjust cooking times and adjust
additional settings.
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
Additional options will appear in the
display for you to select for change if
desired.
–
Ready at
–
Start at
–
Change Operating Mode
(You can
change the oven mode during
operation.)
 If the default power level is suitable
for your recipe, confirm it with OK.
 If it is not suitable for your recipe, you
can change it for this particular
cooking procedure.
You can also permanently reset the
default power level to suit your
personal cooking practices (See
"Settings - MW power levels").
 Select Change.
 Change the power level and wait
about 15 seconds.
The cooking procedure continues to run
with the modified microwave power
level.
Changing the cooking duration
 Select Change.
 Change the cooking duration.
 Select Start.
The program will restart using the new
duration.
Changing the oven mode
You can change the oven mode during
operation (see "Solo modes - Changing
the oven mode").
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Microwave (Solo) 
Setting additional durations
Turning on and off automatically
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a Microwave power level and
set the duration.
To turn a cooking program on and off
automatically, you have a choice of
how to enter the time parameters:
By entering Ready at or Start at you can
automatically turn the cooking program
on or off.
–
Duration
and Ready at
–
Duration
and Start at
–
Ready at
You can specify when you would like
the cooking program to complete.
The oven will turn off automatically at
the time set.
A Ready at time cannot be entered if
you are using the roast probe. When
using the roast probe the end time is
determined by when the set core
temperature is reached.
–
Start at
Set the time you would like cooking
to start at. The oven will turn on
automatically at the time set.
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It is now 11:45. The food takes 5
minutes to cook and should be ready at
12:30.
 In the Duration field, set 5:00 h.
 Select Additional Settings.
 In the Ready at field, set 12:30 h.
 Confirm with OK.
The Start at time will be automatically
calculated. Start at 12:25 will appear in
the display.
The oven will turn on automatically
when this time is reached.
Microwave (Solo) 
Sequence of a cooking program that
turns on and off automatically
Up until the start time the mode, the
microwave power level, the selected
temperature, Start at and the start time
will appear in the display.
After starting the time remaining will
appear in the display.
You can follow the time counting down
in the display.
At the end of the cooking procedure
a buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
The magnetron and the oven light turn
off. Program Finished appears.
You have the option to save the
program as a Favorite (see "Favorites")
or to increase the cooking duration
using Change. Select "Back" to go back
to the main menu.
Changing the set time
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings, if required.
All options that can be changed will
appear.
 Change the desired time.
 Select OK to confirm or select Start, if
the cooking is already in progress.
These settings will be deleted in the
event of a power failure.
Deleting a finish time
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
 In the field Ready at set the time to "- - -".
 Select Start.
The finish time is now deleted.
The program will start using the
duration set.
Canceling cooking
 Tap "Back" twice.
Cancel Cooking?appears
in the display.
 Select Yes.
The Main Menu will appear. Any
cooking durations set will be deleted.
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Combi Modes
Microwave Combi modes use
microwave power with another
cooking mode (e.g. Convection Bake,
Auto Roast). This combination enables
shorter cooking durations.
Quick Guide
 Turn on the oven.
The main menu will appear.
 Place the food in the oven cavity.
 Select Operating Modes .
 Select the desired mode.
The mode, default power level, default
temperature, and the cooking time field
will appear in the display.
In the Combi modes, microwave
power level 3 is the maximum power
level that can be set.
The default temperature with the
possible temperature range for each
mode is described in "Guide to the
modes."
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 Set the microwave power level,
temperature, and cooking time.
You can set a maximum cooking time
of 2:00 hours.
 Select Start.
The oven cooking will start. The oven
heating, lighting and cooling fan will
turn on.
The microwave power level, cooking
time, set temperature, and actual
temperature will appear in the display.
You can follow the temperature rise in
the display. When the set temperature
has been reached, a signal will sound
(see "Settings - Volume - Buzzer tone").
The remaining time appears in the
display.
Combi Modes
At the end of the cooking duration
Additional functions
–
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a temperature, Microwave
power level and set the duration.
Program Finished
display.
appears in the
– The oven heating turns off
automatically.
– The cooling fan continues to run.
– A buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
You have the option to save the
program as a Favorite (see "Favorites")
or to increase the cooking duration
using Change. Select "Back" to go
back to the main menu.
 Take the food out of the oven.
 Turn the oven off.
Cooling fan
After the cooking process the cooling
fan will continue to run for a while after
a program is complete to prevent
moisture from building up in the oven,
on the control panel or surrounding
cabinetry.
By selecting Additional Settings you can
adjust cooking times and adjust
additional settings.
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
Additional options will appear in the
display for you to select for change if
desired.
–
Ready at
–
Start at
–
Duration MW
–
Change Operating Mode
(You can
change the oven mode during
operation.)
When the temperature in the oven has
fallen sufficiently the cooling fan will
turn off automatically.
The default setting can be changed if
desired (see "Settings - Cooling Fan").
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Combi Modes
Changing the microwave power level
and temperature
 Select Change.
 Change the microwave power level or
the temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
The adjusted value is now saved and
will appear in the display.
Using the Crisp function (Moisture
Reduction)
You can activate or deactivate the Crisp
function (see "Solo modes - Using the
Crisp function (Moisture reduction)").
Changing the oven mode
You can change the oven mode during
operation (see "Solo modes - Changing
the oven mode").
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Setting additional durations
You can set a program to turn on and
off automatically (see "Microwave (Solo)
 - Setting additional durations").
Setting the duration for microwave
cooking
You can select how long you want
microwave power to be on for at the
beginning of a Microwave Combi mode.
This can be useful, e.g. when baking, to
help the dough rise more efficiently.
 Select Change.
 Select Additional Settings.
 In the field Duration MW set the
cooking duration.
 Confirm with OK.
MasterChef
Your oven has a wide range of
MasterChef programs that enable you
to achieve excellent cooking results
with ease. Simply select the
appropriate program for the type of
food you are cooking and follow the
instructions in the display.
Using the MasterChef
programs
From the main menu:
 Select MasterChef .
A list of food types will appear in the
display.
List of food types
 Select the food category.
You can select MasterChef under
MasterChef .
The programs available for the food
category selected will appear.
–
Bakes & Gratins
 Select the desired program.
–
Baked Goods
–
Meat
Each step you need to take before
starting the program will appear in the
display.
–
Fish
–
Poultry
–
Cook Veg with MW
–
Pizza
–
Cook Soup with MW
Depending on the program, the
following information will appear in the
display:
– Type of cookware
– Shelf level
– Use of the roast probe
– Cooking time
 Follow the instructions in the display.
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MasterChef
Notes on using these programs
Search
– After cooking, allow the oven interior
to cool down to room temperature
again before starting a MasterChef or
MasterChef Plus program.
You can search MasterChef by food type
and by the name of the program.
– Some programs require a preheating
phase before food can be placed in
the oven. A prompt will appear
indicating when to add the food.
– The duration quoted for MasterChef
programs is an estimate. It may
increase or decrease depending on
the program. When using the roast
probe, the duration will be
determined by when the core
temperature is reached. The duration,
in particular with meat, will vary
depending on the initial temperature
of the food.
There is a full text search which can
also be used to search for parts of
words.
From the main menu:
 Select MasterChef .
A list of food types will appear in the
display.
 Select Search.
 Use the keyboard to type in the
search text, e.g. "Rolls."
The number of hits will be shown in the
bottom right of the display.
If no match is found or if there are
more than 40 matches, the hits field
will be deactivated and you will need
to change the search text.
 Select hits.
The available food types and programs
will appear.
 Select the program or the food type
and then the program.
The program starts.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
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Favorites
You can create and save up to 20 of
your own programs.
– Each one can have up to 10 cooking
stages. This enables you to save
your most frequently used recipes
very accurately. Each stage contains
a mode, temperature and duration or
core temperature.
– You can specify the shelf level(s) for
the food.
– You can enter a program name for
your recipe.
When you next select the program, it
will start automatically.
Creating a Favorite
 Select Favorites.
 Select Create Program.
You can now specify the settings for
cooking stage 1.
Follow the instructions in the display:
 Select and confirm the cooking
mode, temperature and duration or
core temperature.
Depending on the mode selected you
can add the functions Rapid PreHeat
and Crisp function in Additional Settings.
There are different ways of creating a
Favorite:
Settings for the 1st cooking stage have
now been set.
– At the end of running a MasterChef
Program, save it as a separate
program.
More cooking stages can be added, for
example, if you would like to add
another cooking mode to follow the
first.
– After running a program with a set
duration, select Save.
Then name the program.
 If additional cooking stages are
required, select Add and proceed as
you did for the 1st cooking stage.
 When you have completed setting
the cooking stages. select Finish.
Set the shelf level(s) to be used:
 Select the desired level(s).
 Confirm with OK.
A summary of your settings will appear
in the display.
 Check the settings and select OK to
confirm, or select Change to correct
the settings.
 Select Save.
 Enter the program name using the
keyboard.
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Favorites
You can add a line break for longer
program names using the  symbol.
 Once you have entered the program
name select Save.
A message will appear in the display
confirming that the name has been
saved.
 Confirm with OK.
You can start the saved program
immediately, delay the start or change
the cooking stages.
More information regarding Change
Cooking Stages can be found in
"Changing favorites".
Starting a Favorite
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select Favorites.
The program names will appear in the
display.
 Select the desired program.
You can start the saved program
immediately, delay the start or show the
cooking stages.
–
Start Now
The program will start right away and
the oven heating will turn on.
–
Start Later
This option will only appear if you are
using the wireless roast probe. You
can specify when you would like the
program to start. The oven heating
will turn on automatically at the time
set.
–
Ready at
You can specify when you would like
the cooking program to complete.
The oven will turn off automatically at
the time set.
–
Start at
You can specify when you want the
program to start. The oven heating
will turn on automatically at the time
you set.
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Favorites
–
Display Stages
A summary of your settings will
appear in this display. You can adjust
the setting under Change (see
"Changing Favorites").
 Select the desired menu item.
 Confirm the message regarding
which shelf level to use with OK.
The selected program will begin
automatically right away or at the time
set.
Changing Favorites
Changing cooking stages
Cooking stages in a MasterChef
program that have been saved under
a different name cannot be changed.
 Select Favorites.
The program names will appear in the
display.
 Select Edit.
 Select Change Program.
 Select the desired program.
 Select Change Cooking Stages.
The setting specified for a cooking
stage can be changed or more cooking
stages can be added to the program.
 Change the program as desired (see
"Creating a Favorite").
 Check the settings and select OK to
confirm.
 Select Save.
 If necessary, change the name (see
"Creating a Favorite") and select
Save.
The changes made to the program will
be saved.
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Favorites
Changing the name
Deleting a Favorite
 Select Favorites.
 Select Favorites.
The program names will appear in the
display.
The program names will appear in the
display.
 Select Edit.
 Select Edit.
 Select Change Program.
 Select Delete Program.
 Select the desired program.
 Select the desired program.
 Select Change name.
 Select Yes.
 Change the name (see "Creating a
Favorite") and select Save.
The program is deleted.
A message will appear in the display
confirming that the name has been
saved.
 Confirm with OK.
The new program name will be saved.
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You can delete all of your Favorites at
the same time (see "Settings - Factory
Default - Favorites").
Minute +
With the Minute + function the
microwave starts with a set microwave
power level and cooking time, e.g.
heating liquids.
 Select "Minute +", and the cooking
procedure will start.
Tapping the button repeatedly will
increase the cooking time.
The default power level is 7 with a
cooking time of 1 minute.
The time remaining appears in the
display.
Tip: You can alter the power level and
the duration. The maximum duration
will depend on the microwave power
level selected (see "Settings – Minute
+").
This function can only be used when
no other cooking programs are in use.
You can stop the cooking procedure
at any time with Stop and cancel with
"Back."
At the end of the program
–
Program Finished
display.
appears in the
– A buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
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Popcorn
With the "Popcorn" button, the
microwave starts with a set power level
and cooking time.
Microwave power level 6 and a cooking
time of 3 minutes are preset. This is
suitable for most brands of microwave
popcorn.
 Tap "Popcorn" to start the program.
The time remaining appears in the
display.
You can stop the cooking procedure
at any time with Stop and cancel with
"Back."
Tip: The duration can be changed up to
a maximum of 4 minutes. The
microwave power level cannot be
changed (see "Settings – Popcorn").
This function can only be used when
no other cooking programs are in use.
Do not leave the oven unattended
during this program and follow the
manufacturers instructions.
At the end of the program
–
Program Finished
display.
appears in the
– A buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
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Bake
Eating food which has been cooked
correctly is important for good
health.
Only bake cakes, pizza, french fries,
etc. until they are golden brown. Do
not overcook them.
Oven modes
Depending on how you would like the
food prepared, you can use Convection
Bake , Surround , Intensive ,
or Combi Bake  (see "Guide to the
modes").
Combi Bake  is particularly suitable
for baking dough with a longer baking
time, such as yeast-based dough,
enriched dough, and kneaded dough,
because the cooking time is shortened.
During this mode, power level 2 must
not be exceed throughout the entire
baking time.
Bakeware
The bakeware used depends on the
oven mode chosen and how the food is
prepared.
– Convection Bake , Intensive :
Bakeware made of any heat-resistant
material is suitable. Light-colored,
thin, non-reflective metal baking
pans can be used, but results may
not be as good as with dark nonreflective bakeware.
– Surround :
Dark metal, enamel or aluminum
baking tins with a matte finish, as
well as heat-resistant glass, ceramic
and coated dishes can be used.
Avoid bright, shiny metal tins as they
result in uneven or poor browning,
and in some cases cakes might not
cook properly.
– Combi Bake 
Only use oven-safe dishware suitable
for microwave use (see "Containers
suitable for microwave use"), such as
oven-safe glass or ceramic dishes as
these allow microwaves through
them.
Metal containers reflect microwaves
so food will only cook from above.
Cooking durations would therefore
be longer and metal tins could also
cause sparking. Place the dish on the
glass tray such that it cannot touch
the oven walls. If the dish being used
causes sparking, do not use it for
combination cooking modes again.
Parchment paper
Place french fries, croquettes and
similar types of food on paper.
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Bake
Temperature 
As a general rule, select the lower
temperature given in the chart.
Choosing a baking temperature higher
than those recommended may reduce
the cooking time, but will lead to
uneven browning, and unsatisfactory
cooking results.
Baking duration 
Check if the food is cooked at the end
of the shortest duration quoted. To
check if a cake is ready insert a
wooden skewer or toothpick into the
center, it should come out clean.
Shelf levels 
The shelf level that you place the food
on for baking depends on the oven
mode and the number of trays being
used.
– Convection Bake 
Cakes in pans: Level 1 from the
bottom
Flat baked goods (e.g. cookies,
cakes): Level 2 from the bottom
Baking on 2 levels at the same time:
Levels 1+3 from the bottom or levels
2+3 from the bottom
– Surround 
Cakes in pans: Level 1 from the
bottom
Flat baked goods (e.g. cookies,
cakes: Level 2 from the bottom
– Intensive 
In general use Level 1 from the
bottom.
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– Combi Bake 
Insert the glass tray on Level 1 from
the bottom and place the bakeware
on it.
Tips
– Setting the cooking duration. When
baking, the oven should not be set to
start after an extended period of time.
Otherwise the cake mixture or dough
will dry out, and the raising agents
will lose their effectiveness.
– Place cakes in rectangular bakeware
on the rack with the longer side
across the width of the oven for
optimum heat distribution and even
results.
Roast
Always observe the USDA guidelines
for food safety.
Oven modes
Convection Bake / Convection Roast
, Auto Roast 
For roasting meat, fish and poultry
dishes in which a browned finish is
desired.
Combi Bake ,
Combi Auto Roast 
The program duration is shorter with
these modes.
Set the microwave to the following
power levels for the entire roasting
time:
– For meat and fish: max. Level 3
– For poultry: max. Level 2
This combination program is not
suitable for cooking roast beef or
tenderloins. The center would be too
well cooked before the exterior is
browned.
Cooking accessories
Please take into account the material of
your bakeware in your choice of oven
mode:
– Convection Bake / Convection Roast
 / Auto Roast :
Roasting pans, ovenproof ceramic
dishes, and clay roasting pans.
Make sure that the pot and lid have
heat-resistant handles.
– Combi Bake  /
Combi Auto Roast :
Dishes must be suitable for use in a
microwave oven and must not have
metal lids (see "Containers suitable
for microwave use").
Roasting in a closed pan
 Season the meat and place it in the
roasting dish. Dot with butter or
margarine or brush with oil if
necessary. For large lean cuts of
meat (4–6 lbs.) and fatty poultry, add
about 1/2 cup of water to the dish.
 When using a roasting bag, follow the
manufacturer's instructions.
Roasting on the rack
Add a little fat or oil to very lean meat or
wrap with bacon.
Do not add too much liquid during
cooking as this will hinder the
browning process.
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Roast
Temperature 
Tips
As a general rule, select the lower
temperature given in the chart.
If higher temperatures are used, the
meat will brown on the outside, but will
not be properly cooked through.
– Resting time: At the end of the
program, take the roast out of the
oven, cover with aluminum foil and
let stand for about 10 minutes. This
helps retain the juices when the meat
is sliced.
Shelf levels 
– Convection Bake / Convection Roast
 / Auto Roast :
Rack with meat on it on shelf level 1
– Combi Bake  /
Combi Auto Roast :
Rack or glass tray with meat on it on
shelf level 1
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– The larger the cut of meat, the lower
the temperature setting should be.
– Use a roast probe for accurate
cooking temperatures and best
results.
Roast
Roast Probe
Possibilities for use
Apart from MasterChef programs,
Special Modes and Favorites, the roast
probe can be used with the following
modes:
The roast probe enables the roasting
process to be monitored simply and
reliably.
How the roast probe works
The metal tip of the roast probe is
inserted into the food. There is a
temperature sensor in the metal tip
which measures the core temperature
of the food during cooking. The rise in
the core temperature reflects the extent
to which the food is cooked. You can
program the core temperature to be
lower or higher, depending on how you
would like the meat cooked, rare,
medium or well-done.
– Auto Roast 
– Convection Bake / Convection Roast

– Surround / Surround Roast 
– Convection Broil 
– Microwave 
– Combi Auto Roast 
– Combi Bake 
– Combi Broil 
A core temperature of up to 210°F
(99°C) can be set. Please refer to the
roasting chart and "Slow cooking" for
the core temperatures applicable for
different types of meat.
The cooking time will be similar when
cooking with or without the roast probe.
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Roast
Important notes regarding the roast
probe
Please note:
– You can place the meat in a pot, on
the rack or in the glass tray,
depending on the mode selected.
Using the roast probe
 Insert the metal tip of the roast probe
fully into the food.
 Place the food in the oven.
– The metal tip of the roast probe must
be fully inserted into the center of the
food.
– When cooking poultry, insert the
metal tip into the thickest part of the
breast. You can find the thickest part
of the breast by pressing the area
with your thumb and index finger.
– Do not let the metal tip touch any
bones or insert it into a fatty area of
the meat. If fat or bone come into
contact with the probe, this can lead
to the oven being turned off too early.
– If the meat is very heavily marbled
with fat, select the highest core
temperature given in the roasting
chart.
– When using roasting bags or
aluminum foil, insert the probe
through the bag or foil into the center
of the meat. You can also place the
meat, with the roast probe inserted,
inside the foil. Follow the roasting
bag / aluminum foil manufacturer's
instructions.
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 Insert the plug of the roast probe into
the socket until you feel it engage.
 Close the door.
 Select an oven mode or MasterChef
program.
 Set the temperature or power level if
necessary.
 Set the core temperature if
necessary.
The core temperatures cannot be
changed for the MasterChef
programs.
Roast
You can also delay the start of the
cooking program to a later time. To do
this, select Start at.. In the MasterChef
programs select Start Later.
You can estimate approximately when
the food will be ready as the duration of
the cooking program is about the same
as if you were cooking food without
using the roast probe.
and Ready at cannot be set
because the total time depends on how
long it takes for the core temperature to
be reached.
Duration
Time left display
After a certain time, the estimated
duration of the cooking process
remaining (time left) will appear in the
display.
The time left is calculated from the
cooking temperature selected, the
required core temperature and the
pattern of the increasing core
temperature.
The time left first shown is an estimate.
As the cooking process continues, the
time is revised continuously, and a
more accurate figure is shown.
The time left will be deleted if the
cooking or core temperature is changed
or if a different mode is selected. If the
door is opened for a longer time, the
time left will be recalculated.
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Roast
Displaying the core temperature
Using residual heat
As soon as the time remaining appears,
you can also display the actual core
temperature.
Shortly before the end of the cooking
program the oven heating will turn off.
The residual heat in the oven is
sufficient to complete the cooking
process.
 Select Change.
 Select Display core temperature.
 Select On.
Using the residual heat in the oven
saves energy.
 Confirm with OK.
Energy Save Phase
The actual core temperature will also
appear in the display.
will appear in the
display to show that the oven is in
energy save mode. The measured core
temperature is no longer visible.
The cooling fan and hot air fan (if turned
on) will continue to run.
When the selected core temperature
has been reached,
–
Program Finished
display,
appears in the
– A buzzer will sound if turned on (see
"Settings - Volume - Buzzer tones").
Tip: If the food is not sufficiently
cooked, insert the probe into another
place and repeat the program.
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Slow Roasting
This cooking method is ideal for
cooking beef, pork, veal or lamb when
a tender result is desired.
Cooking time  / Core
temperatures 
First, using a cooktop sear the meat on
all sides to seal in the juices.
Always observe USDA food safety
guidelines.
Then place the meat in a preheated
oven. It will be cooked at a low
temperature for an extended time
allowing the meat to become very
tender.
Meat
The meat will rest and the juices start to
circulate evenly throughout.
This gives the meat a very tender and
juicy result.
Tips
– Use fresh, lean meat that has been
trimmed. Remove the bones before
cooking.
– When searing, use a suitable cooking
oil or fat that can withstand high
temperatures (e.g. clarified butter,
vegetable oil).
– Do not cover the meat during
cooking.
Cooking will take approx. 2-4 hours,
depending on the size and weight of
the meat, as well as the desired
degree of doneness and browning.

[min]
80–100

°F / °C
138/59
50–70
118/48
100–130
135/57
160–190
– well done
Pork tenderloin
80–100
Smoked pork
140–170
chop *
Filet of veal
80–100
Veal loin *
100–130
Saddle of lamb * 50–80
156/69
Beef Tenderloin
Sirloin
– rare
– medium
*
145/63
154/68
140/60
145/63
140/60
boneless
After cooking:
Because the cooking temperatures are
very low:
– The meat can be carved immediately.
No resting time is required.
– The cooking result will not be
affected if the meat is left in the oven
after the program is complete. It can
be kept warm until you serve it.
– The meat is at an ideal temperature
to be eaten right away. Serve on prewarmed plates with a hot sauce or
gravy to keep warm.
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Slow Roasting
Using the Slow Roasting
function
Use the glass tray with the wire oven
rack placed on top of it.
 Select Special Modes .
 Select Slow Roasting.
 Set the required temperature.
 Set the core temperature.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
Let the wire oven rack with glass tray
preheat in the oven.
 While the oven is preheating, sear the
meat on all sides on the cooktop.
 Danger of burns!
When the oven is hot use pot
holders to insert, remove or turn the
food, or when adjusting the oven
shelves, etc.
 Once Use the roast probe appears in
the display, place the seared meat on
the rack and insert the roast probe,
so that the metal tip is fully in the
center of the meat.
For more information see "Roasting Roast probe".
 Place the glass tray with the rack on
top into the oven on the shelf level
suggested.
 Use Caution!
The Browning / Broiling element will
be hot. Danger of Burns!
 Insert the plug of the roast probe into
the socket until you feel it engage.
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 Close the door.
When the program is completed
will appear in the
display and a buzzer will sound, if
turned on (see Settings - Volume Buzzer tone").
Program Finished
If the meat is not cooked to your
satisfaction you can extend the
cooking time.
Slow Roasting
Adjusting the Slow Roasting
temperature
Use the glass tray with the rack
placed on top of it.
Do not use the Rapid PreHeat
function to pre-heat the oven.
You can set the cooking procedure to
finish automatically (see "Modes
without microwave power - Setting
the duration").
 Place the glass tray with a rack on
shelf level 1.
 Select Operating Modes .
 Select Surround  and a
temperature of 265°F (130°C).
 Change the preheating function by
selecting Change - Additional Settings Rapid PreHeat - Off.
 Pre-heat the oven together with the
glass tray and the rack for approx. 15
minutes.
 While the oven is preheating, sear the
meat on all sides on the cooktop.
 Danger of burns!
When the oven is hot use pot
holders to insert, remove or turn the
food, or when adjusting the oven
shelves, etc.
 Place the seared meat on the wire
oven rack.
 Select Change.
 Reduce the temperature to 210°F
(100°C).
 Continue cooking until the end of the
cooking duration.
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Broil
 Danger of burns!
Broil with the oven door closed. If
you broil with the door open the hot
air will escape from the oven before
it has been cooled by the cooling
fan.
The controls will get hot.
Oven modes
Maxi Broil 
For broiling thin cuts of meat and
browning.
The entire Browning / Broiling element
will get hot and glow red.
Convection Broil 
For broiling thicker items, e.g. poultry or
London broil.
The Browning/Broiling element and the
fan switch on in alternating phases.
Micro Broil  / Combi Broil 
The broiling duration is shorter.
The maximum settable microwave
power level is 3.
Cooking accessories
 Broiling on the wire oven rack.
 Brush the rack with oil, and place the
food on it. It is best to broil food of a
similar thickness at the same time so
that the broiling duration for each
item does not vary too greatly.
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Broil level (Maxi Broil  /
Micro Broil )
– Level 3: Thin cuts are cooked quickly
when placed close to the Browning /
Broiling element
– Level 2: For lighter browning, e.g.
casseroles.
– Level 1: Thicker cuts should be
broiled further from the Browning /
Broiling element.
Temperature  (Convection
Broil , Combi Broil )
As a general rule, select the lower
temperature given in the chart. If higher
temperatures are used, the meat will
brown on the outside but will not be
properly cooked through. Thin cuts can
generally be broiled at 425°F (220°C),
thicker cuts at 355-395°F (180-200°C).
Broil
Preheating
Preparing food for broiling
Always preheat the oven for about
5 minutes with the door closed before
Broiling.
Rinse the meat under cold water and
pat dry. Do not season the meat with
salt before broiling, this will draw out
the juices.
Do not set a microwave power level
during pre-heating.
Shelf levels 
– Maxi Broil , Micro Broil :
Use shelf level 2 or 3 depending on
the thickness of the food.
Brush the meat with oil, if necessary.
Do not use other types of fat as they
can easily burn and cause smoke.
Clean fish as usual. To enhance the
flavor, salt or lemon can be added.
– Convection Broil , Combi Broil
:
Use self level 1 or 2 depending on
the thickness of the food.
Testing doneness
Always observe USDA food safety
guidelines.
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Broil
Broil
 Preheat the Browning/Broiling
element for approx. 5 minutes with
the door closed.
Do not set a microwave power level
during pre-heating.
 Place the food on the wire rack.
 Select a mode, microwave power
level and a broil setting for the Maxi
Broil  and Micro Broil  modes.
 Select a mode, microwave power
level and a temperature for the
Convection Broil  and Combi Broil
 modes.
 Danger of burns!
When the oven is hot use pot
holders to insert, remove or turn the
food, or when adjusting the oven
shelves, etc.
 Place the food on the appropriate
shelf level (see the broiling chart).
 Close the door.
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Microwave: Defrosting/Reheating/Cooking
Always observe the USDA guidelines for food safety.
Defrost
Reheat
Cooking
Oven
modes
/

1
Very delicate foods such as cream,
butter, filled sponge cakes, cheese
2
all other foods
4
Food for infants and children
5
6
All types of food; frozen meals that do
not need browning
7
Drinks


6
Heating-up
Suitable for:
Casseroles; puddings; frozen foods that
do not need browning
4
Continued
cooking
2
Simmering
Select a Microwave Combi mode if you want to shorten cooking
durations and have a crisp finish to the dish.

3 + 320-355°F Sear using a high temperature to start
(160–180°C) with, then continue cooking with a
lower temperature.

3 + 300-340°F Ready-meals which need to be
(150–170°C) browned, e.g. gratins
 Microwave/Microwave power level /  Combi Auto Roast /  Combi Bake /
 Temperature
The duration required depends largely on the nature of the food, the amount and its initial
temperature. Food that has been refrigerated, for example, takes longer to reheat than food
at room temperature. Please refer to the relevant charts.
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Microwave: Defrosting/Reheating/Cooking
Before defrosting, reheating
and cooking
After defrosting, reheating and
cooking
 Place food (frozen or unfrozen) in a
dish that is suitable for microwave
use, and cover it.
Compensating times are resting periods
in which the temperature is uniformly
distributed in the food.
 Place the dish in the middle of the
glass tray on shelf level 1.
 Allow the food to stand at room
temperature for a few minutes to
enable the heat to spread evenly
throughout the food.
The roast probe can be used to
monitor the temperature when
reheating or cooking (see "Roast Roast probe").
With Microwave Combi modes
 Use only microwave-safe and heatresistant cookware.
A lid is not usually required.
Never use a lid with the Combi Auto
Roast  and Micro Broil  modes
as the food will not brown.
 Place the glass tray on shelf level 2.
Place pre-made meals in aluminum
containers directly on the glass tray.
During the defrosting,
reheating and cooking process
 Turn or stir the food several times.
Stir the food from the outside
towards the middle, as food heats
more quickly from the outside.
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 Danger of burns!
After reheating food, especially food
for babies and small children, stir the
food or shake the container and
check that the temperature does not
pose any danger. Double check after
it has been left to stand.
 Danger of burns!
Be careful when removing dishes
from the appliance. Although heat is
not normally produced in the
container itself by the microwaves
(apart from stoneware), heat transfer
from the food to the container may
be considerable, making the
container itself hot.
Use pot holders when removing
dishes.
 Always ensure that food is sufficiently
cooked or reheated.
 Always follow proper food safety
guidelines.
Microwave: Defrosting/Reheating/Cooking
Tips on reheating
Cooking tips
 Danger of burns! Food for infants
Food with a thick skin or peel, such
as tomatoes, sausage, potatoes and
egg plant can burst when heated.
Pierce or score the skin of these
foods several times to allow steam to
escape.
Otherwise pressure can build up,
causing the container to explode,
posing a severe risk of injury.
Do not cook or reheat food or liquids
in sealed containers, jars or bottles.
Otherwise pressure will build up
which can cause the bottle or
container to explode. Risk of injury.
Eggs heated in their shell can burst,
even after removed from the oven.
Eggs can only be cooked in their
shells using Microwave (Solo)  in
a specially designed egg-boiling
device available from speciality
stores.
and children must not be too hot.
Heat baby food for only approx.
30-60 seconds at power level 4. You
can also use the roast probe for
temperature-controlled heating.
The boiling wand ensures that the
liquid heats up evenly with bubbles
forming at the right time.
When reheating liquids place the
boiling wand supplied into the cup or
glass.
When heating shelled eggs, the yolk
may still burst after cooking.
Prick the yolk several times before
cooking to avoid this.
Eggs may burst.
Never reheat hard boiled eggs using
Microwave (Solo) , even without
the shell. The eggs can explode.
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Microwave: Defrosting/Reheating/Cooking
When to use
Notes
Defrosting large quantities
of food at once, e.g. 4 lbs.
of fish
The glass tray can be used on shelf level 1 for
defrosting food.
Reheating food
Always cover food when reheating it, except when
reheating fried food or food with breading.
Cooking vegetables
Add a little water to vegetables which have been
kept stored. Vegetable cooking times depend on the
texture of the vegetable. Fresh vegetables contain
more water than vegetables which have been stored
and usually cook more quickly.
Cooking frozen meals
Deep frozen meals can be defrosted and then
reheated or cooked in one process. Follow the
instructions on the package.
Tables for defrosting, reheating and cooking food using the
Microwave  mode
The following notes apply to all tables:
Always observe the USDA guidelines for food safety.
 Take note of the default microwave power levels, durations and standing times.
These take the consistency, the quantity and the initial temperature of the food
into account.
 In general you are recommended to select the middle duration.
 Place the food on the glass tray and use shelf level 1.
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Microwave: Defrosting/Reheating/Cooking
Table for defrosting food
Dairy products
Cream
Butter
Cheese slices
Milk
Baked Goods
Pound Cake (1 slice)
Pound Cake
Fruit Cake (3 slices)
Butter Cake (3 slices)
Cream Cake (1 slice)
Cream Cake (3 slices)
Yeast rolls, puff pastries (4 pieces)
Fruit
Strawberries, raspberries
Currants
Plums
Meat
Ground Meat
Chicken
Vegetables
Peas
Asparagus
Beans
Red cabbage
Spinach
Quantity


[min]

[min] 1)
1 cup (250 ml)
1/2 lb (250 g)
1/2 lb (250 g)
2 cups (500 ml)
1
1
1
2
13–17
8–10
6–8
14–16
10–15
5–10
10–15
10–15
approx. 1/4 lb
approx. 3/4 lb
approx. 3/4 lb
approx. 3/4 lb
approx. 1/4 lb
approx. 3/4 lb
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1–2
4–6
6–8
5–7
1:30
4–4:30
6–8
5–10
5–10
10–15
5–10
5–10
5–10
5–10
1/2 lb (250 g)
1/2 lb (250 g)
1 lb (500 g)
2
2
2
7–8
8–9
12–16
5–10
5–10
5–10
1 lb (500 g)
2 lbs
2
2
16–18
34–36
5–10
5–10
1/2 lb (250 g)
1/2 lb (250 g)
1 lb (500 g)
1 lb (500 g)
3/4 lb (300 g)
2
2
2
2
2
8–12
8–12
13–18
15–20
12–14
5–10
10–15
10–15
10–15
10–15
 Microwave Power Level /  Defrosting /  Resting Time
1)
Allow food to stand at room temperature. During this resting time, the temperature will
distribute throughout the food more evenly.
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Microwave: Defrosting/Reheating/Cooking
Table for reheating food
Drinks 2)
Coffee (Drink temperature
140-150°F/60–65°C)
Milk (Drink temperature
140-150°F/60–65°C)
Boiling water
Baby bottle (milk)
Quantity


[min:sec]

[min] 1)
1 Drink (2/3 cup/200 ml)
7
00:50–1:10
–
1 Drink (2/3 cup/200 ml)
7
1:00–1:50 3)
–
1 Bowl (1/2 cup/125 ml)
approx. 3/4 cup
7
4
1:00–1:50
00:50–1:00
–
1
3)
Mulled wine (Drinking
temperature 140-150°F/60–
65°C)
Food 3)
Baby Food (room temperature)
Cutlets, fried
Fish fillet, fried
Roast meat in gravy
Side dishes
Vegetables
Gravy
Soup / Casserole
Soup / Casserole
1 Glass (3/4 cup/200 ml)
7
00:50–1:10
–
1 Jar (1/2 lb/200 g)
1/2 lb (200 g)
1/2 lb (200 g)
1/2 lb (200 g)
1/2 lb (250 g)
1/2 lb (250 g)
1 cup (250 ml)
1 cup (250 ml)
2 cups (500 ml)
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
00:30–1:00
3:00–5:00
3:00–4:00
3:00–5:00
3:00–5:00
4:00–5:00
4:00–5:00
4:00–5:00
7:00–8:00
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
 Microwave Power Level /  Reheating Time /  Resting Time
1)
Allow food to stand at room temperature. During this resting time, the temperature will
distribute throughout the food more evenly.
2)
Place the boiling wand supplied into the cup or glass.
3)
The times listed are for food with a starting temperature of approx. 40°F (5°C).
For dishes that are not commonly stored in the refrigerztor, it is assumed that the room
temperature is about 70°F (20°C).
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Microwave: Defrosting/Reheating/Cooking
Table for cooking food
Quantity
Meat
Meatballs in sauce (3/4 lb/400 g
meat)
Stew (1.5 lbs/750g meat)
Poultry
Chicken in sauce
approx. 1 3/4 lb (800 g)
Chicken Curry
approx. 2 lbs (900 g)
Chicken Risotto
approx. 3 1/2 lbs (1.6 kg)
Fish
Fillet in sauce
approx. 2 lbs (900 g)
Fish Curry
approx. 3 1/4 lbs (1.5 kg)
Fresh vegetables
Carrots
3/4 lb (300 g)
Cauliflower florets
1 lb (500 g)
Peas
approx. 1 lb (450 g)
Peppers, cut into strips
1 lb (500 g)
Kohlrabi, batons
1 lb (500 g)
Brussels Sprouts
3/4 lb (300 g)
Asparagus
1 lb (500 g)
Broccoli, florets
3/4 lb (300 g)
Leeks
1 lb (500 g)
Green Beans
1 lb (500 g)
Frozen Vegetables
Peas, Mixed Vegetables
approx. 1 lb (450 g)
Spinach
approx. 1 lb (450 g)
Brussels Sprouts
3/4 lb (300 g)
Broccoli
3/4 lb (300 g)
Leeks
approx. 1 lb (450 g)
Desserts
Fruit Compote (2 cups/500 ml
fruit juice or 1 lb/500 g fruit)
Level 6 + Level 4
 [min]
 [min]
10–12

[min] 1)
–
2–3
16
+
15
2–3
4
5
10
+
+
+
12
12
15
2–3
2–3
3–5
8–10
5
+
–
12
2–3
3–5
2
6
5
5
3
3
5
4
5
4
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
6
10
10
10
8
9
8
4
8
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
5
4
3
4
+
+
+
+
+
11
7
6
6
8
2
2
2
2
2
–
–
6–8
 Cooking /  Resting Time
1)
Allow food to stand at room temperature. During this resting time, the temperature will
distribute throughout the food more evenly.
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Special Modes
In addition to the MasterChef programs
your oven has a variety of Special
Modes.
 Select Special Modes .
The following Special Modes are
available:
–
Defrost
–
Dehydrate
–
Reheat
(to reheat plated meals)
–
Warm-up Cookware
–
Proof dough
–
Slow Roasting
–
Pizza
–
Sabbath Program
See "Slow Roasting" for more
information.
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This section also gives information on
the following applications:
– Gentle Bake
– Canning
– Frozen food
Special Modes
Defrost
Use the Defrost function to gently
defrost frozen food.
Only use heat-resistant containers
that are microwave safe.
 Select Special Modes .
 Select Defrost.
 Select the food category.
 Enter the weight of the food.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
 Danger of salmonella poisoning!
Observe proper hygiene rules when
defrosting poultry.
Do not use the defrosting liquid.
Tips
– Remove the packaging and place the
food to be defrosted on the glass
tray.
– When defrosting poultry, put it on the
rack over the glass tray to catch the
defrosting liquid so that the meat is
not lying in this liquid.
Air is circulated throughout the cabinet
to gently defrost the food.
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Special Modes
Dehydrate
Food
This program is designed for traditional
drying of food to preserve it.
Approx. dehydrating
time
Fruit
2–8 hours
Vegetables
3–8 hours
The temperature can be set between
75-250°F (80-100°C).
It is important that fruit and vegetables
are ripe and not bruised before they are
dehydrated.
 Prepare the food for dehydrating.
– Peel and core apples, and cut into
slices 1/4" (0.5 cm) thick.
– Core plums if necessary.
– Peel, core and cut pears into
wedges.
– Peel and slice bananas.
– Clean mushrooms, then either halve
or slice them.
– Remove parsley and dill from the
stem.
 Distribute the food to be dried evenly
over the glass tray or the rack.
 Select Special Modes.
 Select Dehydrate.
 If necessary, adjust the default
temperature and set the duration.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
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Herbs*
*
50–60 minutes
Because this program uses the fan, it is
recommended that you use Surround 
with a temperature of 75-250°F
(80-100°C) for drying herbs.
 Reduce the temperature if
condensation begins to form in the
oven.
 Danger of burns!
Use pot holders when removing the
dehydrated food from the oven.
 Allow the fruit or vegetables to cool
down after dehydrating.
Dried fruit must be completely dry, but
also soft and elastic. Juice should not
escape when cut.
 Store in sealed glass jars or tins.
Special Modes
Reheat
Warm-up Cookware
This program is designed to reheat
cooked food.
This program is designed to warm your
cookware.
Only use heat-resistant containers
that are microwave safe.
 Place the food to be reheated in a
dish on the rack. Do not cover it.
 Select Special Modes .
 Select Reheat.
 Select the food category.
 Enter the weight of the food.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
 Danger of burns!
Use pot holders when removing
dishes from the oven. Condensation
may accumulate on the bottom of
the dish.
The temperature can be set between
75-175°F (50-80°C).
Use heat-resistant cookware.
 Place the rack on shelf level 1 and
place the cookware to be heated on
it.
 Select Special Modes.
 Select Warm-up Cookware.
 If necessary, adjust the default
temperature and set the duration.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
 Danger of burns!
Use pot holders when removing
dishes from the oven. Condensation
may accumulate on the bottom of
the dish.
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Special Modes
Proof
Pizza
This program is designed specifically
for proofing yeast dough.
This program is designed specifically
for baking pizza.
The temperature can be set between 75
and 125°F (30 and 50 °C).
The temperature can be set between
300-475°F (160-250°C).
 Select Special Modes .
 Select Special Modes.
 Select Proof dough.
 Select Pizza.
 If necessary, adjust the default
temperature and set the duration.
 If necessary, adjust the default
temperature and set the duration.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
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Special Modes
Sabbath Program
This program is designed for religious
observance.
Select the Sabbath Program and then
select the oven mode and temperature.
The program will only start once the
door is opened and closed:
– The cooking process will start after
about 5 minutes using Surround .
– The oven will heat up to the
temperature you have set and will
maintain this temperature for a
maximum of 72 hours.
– The interior lighting does not come
on, even when the door is opened.
If Settings - Lighting - On has been
selected, the lighting will remain
turned on throughout the program.
–
appears in the
display constantly.
Sabbath Program
– The time of day is turned off.
Once the Sabbath Program has started
is cannot be changed or saved as a
Favorites.
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Special Modes
Using the Sabbath Program
The program can only be canceled by
turning the oven off.
 Select Special Modes .
 Select Sabbath Program.
 Select Surround .
The Sabbath Program cannot be
started if the timer is being used.
 Set the required temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
The oven is now ready for use.
 and the
temperature set will appear.
Sabbath Program
 Open the door to start the program.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Close the door.
The oven heating will turn on after 5
minutes.
To end the program early:
 Turn the oven off.
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Special Modes
Gentle Bake
The Gentle Bake mode is ideal for
casseroles and gratins.
You can select a temperature setting
from 200-450°F (100-230°C).
 Select Operating Modes .
 Select Gentle Bake and change the
default temperature if necessary.
 Follow the instructions on the display.
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Special Modes
Canning
Always observe USDA food safety
guidelines.
Canning Containers
 Danger of injury!
Do not use the appliance to heat up
or can food in sealed jars or
containers.
Pressure will build up inside them
and they can explode causing
damage to the appliance, as well as
the risk of injury and scalding.
Convection Bake 
For canning large quantities of fruit and
vegetables [max. 5 jars, 1/2 pint (1/2 l)
each].
 Only use jars designed for canning:
– Canning jars, or
– Jars with twist-off lids.
Microwave 
For canning small quantities of fruit and
vegetables.
 Only use special jars for canning.
Sparking can be cause by metal
brackets on jars!
Close the jars with clear adhesive
tape or with clips suitable for
microwave use.Never use metal clips
or jars with screw-on lids.
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 Prepare the jars in the usual way. Fill
the jars up to 3/4" (2 cm) below the
rim.
Special Modes
Convection Bake 
5 Jars
Temperature
1)
1/2 pint (1/2 liter)
Time from
simmering
point 2)
[min]
Continued
warming
duration
[min]
Fruit / Cucumbers 300-340°F (150-170°C)
until simmering. Allow to
stand in the turned off oven
afterwards.
None
25–30
Asparagus,
Carrots
60–90
25–30
90–120
25–30
Time until
simmering
point 2)
[min]
Time from
simmering
point 2)
[min]
Fruit / Cucumbers Level 6 until simmering.
Leave to stand in the
turned off oven afterwards.
3–15
depending on
number of jars
–
Asparagus,
Carrots
3–15
depending on
number of jars
approx. 15
Peas, Beans
300-340°F (150-170°C)
until simmering. Then
continue cooking at 212°F
(100°C).
Microwave 
5 Jars
Microwave power level
1/2 pint (1/2 liter) 1)
Peas, Beans
Level 6 until simmering.
Then continue cooking at
level 4.
1)
Glass tray on shelf level 1
2)
Simmering = Consistent bubbling
approx. 25
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Special Modes
After canning
 Danger of burns!
Use pot holders when removing the
jars from the oven.
 Take the jars out of the oven.
 Cover the jars with a towel and leave
to set for approx. 24 hours.
 Remove any clips or the adhesive
tape.
 Make sure all jars are closed properly
when storing them.
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Special Modes
Frozen food
Tips
Cakes, pizza, baguettes
– Bake on parchment paper placed on
the wire oven rack.
– Use the lowest temperature
recommended by the manufacturer.
French fries, croquettes and similar
items
– Place these frozen foods on the glass
tray.
Place parchment paper underneath.
– Use the lowest temperature
recommended by the manufacturer.
Preparation
Handling food carefully will help
protect your health.
 Select the oven mode and
temperatures recommended on the
food's packaging.
 Preheat the oven.
 Place the food in the preheated oven
on the shelf level recommended on
the packaging.
 Check the food at the end of the
shortest time recommended on the
packaging.
– Turn several times during cooking.
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Cleaning and care
 Danger of burns!
Unsuitable cleaning agents
Make sure the heating elements are
turned off and allowed to cool
completely.
To better maintain your appliance avoid
the following:
 Danger of injury! The steam from
a steam cleaner could reach
electrical components and cause a
short circuit.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
this appliance.
All surfaces can discolor or be
damaged if unsuitable cleaning
agents are used. The front of the
oven, in particular, will be damaged
by oven cleaners and descalers.
All surfaces are susceptible to
scratches. Scratches on glass
surfaces could cause a breakage.
Remove any cleaning agent residues
immediately.
Stubborn soiling may damage the
oven.
Once the oven has cooled clean the
oven, the inside of the door and the
door seal. Waiting too long to clean
the oven will make if much more
difficult to clean.
Check the door and door seal for
any sign of damage. If any damage
is seen, the oven should not be used
again. Contact Miele.
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– cleaners containing soda, ammonia,
thinners, or chlorides,
– cleaners containing descaling agents
or lime removers,
– abrasive cleaning agents e.g. powder
or cream cleansers, pumice stones,
– solvent-based cleaners,
– stainless steel cleaners,
– dishwasher soap (powder),
– glass cleaning agents,
– ceramic cooktop cleaner,
– hard, abrasive brushes or sponges,
e.g. pot scourers, brushes or
sponges which have been previously
used with abrasive cleaning agents,
– eraser sponges,
– metal scrapers,
– steel wool or scouring pads,
– stainless steel spiral pads,
– spot cleaners,
– oven cleaners*.
* These can, however, be used to
remove very heavy soiling from
PerfectClean treated surfaces.
Soiling not removed immediately can
become difficult to remove.
Continued use without cleaning will
make the oven much harder to clean.
Remove any soiling immediately.
Cleaning and care
Only the glass tray and the boiling
wand are dishwasher-safe.
Tips
– Soiling caused by spilt juices and
cake mixtures is best removed while
the oven is still warm. Use caution
and make sure the oven is not too
hot - Danger of burns.
– The Browning/Broiling element can
be lowered for easier cleaning.
– To neutralize odors in the oven, put a
container of water with some lemon
juice in the oven and heat for a few
minutes.
Normal soiling
Moisture inside the oven can cause
damage.
Wipe out the oven with a damp cloth
so no excess moisture enters the
interior of the appliance through the
openings.
 Remove normal soiling immediately
using a clean sponge with warm
water and liquid dish soap applied
with a clean, damp microfiber cloth.
 After cleaning, ensure that any
detergent residue is removed with
clean water.
This is particularly important when
cleaning surfaces treated with
PerfectClean enamel as detergent
residue can impair the non-stick
properties.
 After cleaning, dry the surfaces with a
soft cloth.
Roast Probe
Do not put the roast probe into water
or clean it in the dishwasher, this will
damage it.
Clean the roast probe with a damp
towel.
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Cleaning and care
Stubborn soiling
Fruit juices and roasting juices may
cause permanent discoloration to
the surfaces of the oven. This will not
affect the performance of the oven.
Do not use force to remove stains.
Clean only as described in this
manual.
 Moisten stubborn soiling with a
solution of warm water and liquid
dish soap, leave for a few minutes to
take effect.
 If necessary, the rough side of a dish
sponge can be used to remove the
soiling.
 After cleaning, rinse thoroughly with
clean water, and dry with a soft cloth.
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 Stubborn soiling on PerfectClean
surfaces can be cleaned using Miele
Oven Cleaner. It must only be applied
to cold surfaces in accordance with
the instructions on the packaging.
Non-Miele oven spray must only be
used in a cold oven and for no longer
than 10 minutes.
 If necessary, the rough side of a dish
sponge can be used to remove the
soiling.
 After cleaning, remove all oven
cleaning agent residues thoroughly
with clean water, and dry with a soft
cloth.
Cleaning and care
Lowering the Browning /
Broiling element
If the oven interior is very dirty the
Browning/Broiling element can be
lowered. It is recommended to clean
the oven interior with a damp sponge
regularly.
 Danger of burns!
Make sure the heating elements are
turned off and allowed to cool
completely.
 Carefully lower the Browning /
Broiling element.
 Clean the oven interior with a damp
cloth or sponge.
 After cleaning, raise the Browning/
Broiling element gently back up
again. Refit the nut and tighten to
secure the element back in position.
 Unscrew the nut and lower the
Browning/Broiling element.
Use caution not to damage the
Browning / Broiling element.
Do not use force to lower the
Browning / Broiling element.
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Frequently asked questions
The following faults can be corrected without contacting the Miele Service
Department. If in doubt, please contact Miele.
 Danger of injury! Repairs should only be carried out by a qualified and
trained professional in accordance with local and national safety regulations.
Unauthorized repairs could cause personal injury or machine damage.
Problem
Possible cause and solution
This display is dark.
The time of day display is deactivated. When the
appliance is turned off, the time of day display is
turned off.
 As soon as the oven is turned on, the time of day
will appear. If you want it to be displayed
continuously, the setting to turn the time of day
display back on must be changed (see "Settings –
Time of day - Display").
There is no power to the appliance.
 Check if the circuit breaker has tripped.
A program will not start. If running a program with Microwave, the door is
open.
 Check if the door is closed properly.
If running a program with Microwave, a microwave
power level or cooking time have not been set.
 Be sure to set the power level and cooking time.
If running a Combi mode, all necessary setting have
not been set.
 Be sure to set the microwave power level,
temperature and cooking time.
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Frequently asked questions
Problem
Possible cause and solution
appears
in the display when the
oven is turned on.
The system lock  is On.
 You can unlock the oven to start a cooking
program by pressing  for at least 6 seconds.
 To permanently deactivate the lock, see "Settings
- System Lock ".
System Lock 
The oven does not heat Demo mode is activated.
up.
The oven can be operated but will not heat up.
 Deactivate Demo mode (see "Settings –
Showroom Program").
Power Failure - Program
Canceled
display.
appears in the
There has been a power failure which has caused the
current cooking process to stop.
 Turn the oven off and then back on again.
 Restart the cooking process.
12:00
appears in the
display.
The power supply was interrupted for longer than 200
hours.
 Reset the date and time.
Maximum operating duration
The oven was operated for an unusually long period
of time. The Safety cut-out feature has been
activated.
 Confirm with OK. Clear the message Program
Finished by selecting "Back".
appears in the
display.
reached
The oven is now ready to use.
 Fault XX appears in
the display.
A fault has occurred that you cannot resolve.
 Contact Miele Technical Service.
The core temperature
cannot be set.
The roast probe is not recognized by the oven.
 Check whether the roast probe is correctly
plugged into the socket.
If the oven still does not recognize the roast probe, it
must be faulty. A replacement roast probe can be
ordered from Miele.
If the door is opened
while using Microwave
(Solo) , the oven
stops making a noise.
This is not a fault. If Microwave (Solo)  is being
used, the cooling fan will turn off when the door is
opened.
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Frequently asked questions
Problem
Possible cause and solution
A noise is heard after
the cooking process is
complete.
The fan remains turned on after a cooking program
(see "Settings - Cooling fan").
An strange sound is
Metal was used in the oven during a program with
heard when the oven is microwave.
operating in microwave  Check if there are sparks caused by using metal
mode.
dishes (see "Suitable containers for microwave
use").
When using a program with microwave the dish was
covered with alumimum foil.
 If necessary, remove the cover.
The wire oven rack was used during a program with
microwave.
 Always use the glass tray for programs with
microwave.
The oven has turned
itself off.
The oven turns off automatically if a button is not
pressed after a certain amount of time or after a
cooking program has ended to save power.
 Turn the oven back on.
Baked goods are not
cooked properly after
following the times
given in the chart.
A different temperature than that given in the recipe
was used.
 Select the temperature required for the recipe.
The browning is
uneven.
The wrong temperature or shelf level was selected.
 There will always be a slight unevenness. If the
unevenness is great, check whether the correct
temperature and shelf level were selected.
The ingredient quantities are different from those
given in the recipe.
 Double check the recipe. The addition of more
liquid or more eggs will make a wetter mixture
which will take longer to cook.
The cookware used was not right for the program
chosen. Bright, shiny pans are not very suitable.
These reflect heat, which means that the heat does
not penetrate to the food effectively, resulting in
uneven or poor browning.
 Dark, matte pans are best for baking.
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Frequently asked questions
Problem
Possible cause and solution
The food is not
sufficiently heated or is
not cooked at the end
of a set duration when
using Microwave (Solo)
.
Check that the program was restarted after
interrupting a cooking process using microwave
power.
 Restart the program to ensure the food is heated
or cooked properly.
When cooking for heating with microwave, the time
set was too short.
 Check that the correct time is selected for the
microwave power level. The lower the microwave
power level the longer the cooking time.
The food has cooled
down too quickly after
being reheated or
cooked in microwave
mode.
Due to the microwave properties, the heat is
generated first at the edges of the food and is then
transferred to the center of the food. If the food is
heated with a high microwave power level the food
may be hot on the outside but not heated through to
the center.
 When cooking foods with different sizes, such as
with menu cooking, a lower microwave power
level for a longer period of time is most suitable.
The oven lighting turns
off after a short time.
The oven is factory set to turn off automatically after
15 seconds. This setting can be changed (see
"Settings - Lighting").
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Frequently asked questions
Problem
Possible cause and solution
The oven lighting does
not turn on.
The halogen bulb needs to be replaced.
 Danger of burns!
Make sure the heating elements are turned off and
allowed to cool completely.
The light cover consists of two seperate parts, a
glass cover and mounting. If it falls it can be
damaged.
When removing the cover hold it firmly so that it
does not fall. Place a towel on the oven floor and
open door to avoid damage.
 Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
 Remove the screw to the lamp cover using a T20
Torx screwdriver, and take off the cover.
 Do not touch the halogen blub with bare fingers.
Observe the manufacturers instructions.
Remove the halogen bulb.
 Replace it with a new halogen bulb (Sylvania
66740, 120 V, 40 W, G9, FS1). It must be thermally
stable up to 575°F (300°C).
 Replace the glass piece in the mounting, and refit
the lamp cover. Make sure that the lug on the
mounting is correctly located in the notch in the
roof of the oven, then screw the mounting back
into place.
 Reconnect the oven to the electrical supply.
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Technical Service
After sales service
In the event of a fault which you cannot
easily correct yourself, please contact:
– your Miele dealer, or
– the Miele Technical Service
Department.
See back cover for contact details.
Please quote the model and serial
number of your appliance when
contacting Miele.
You will find this information on the
data plate, which is behind the toe-kick
cover.
Warranty
For further information, please refer to
your warranty booklet.
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Copyright and licenses
Miele uses software to operate and control the appliance.
The copyright authorization from Miele and other relevant software suppliers (e.g.
Adobe) must be respected.
Miele and their suppliers reserve the rights to the software components.
In particular the following are prohibited:
– copying and distribution,
– modifications and derivations,
– decompilation, reverse engineering, disassembling and other such reductions of
software.
This product contains Adobe® Flash® Player Software under licence from Adobe
Systems Incorporated, Adobe Macromedia Software LLC. Adobe and Flash are
registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Components which fall under GNU General Public Licence and further Open
Source licenses are integrated into the software.
An overview of the integrated Open Source components and a copy of the current
licence can be obtained at http://www.miele.com/device-software-licenses. You
will need to enter the specific product name.
Miele will provide the source code for all components of software licensed under
the GNU General Public License and comparable Open Source licenses.
For source code requests, please email info@miele.com.
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Please have the model and serial number
of your appliance available before
contacting Technical Service.
U.S.A.
Canada
Miele, Inc.
Importer
Miele Limited
National Headquarters
9 Independence Way
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: 800-843-7231
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Nationwide
Phone: 800-999-1360
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Fax:
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www.miele.ca
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Phone: 800-565-6435
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