Samsung FQV137ST User Manual

FQV137U
FQV137ST
FQV137UST
FQV313T003
Steam Combi
Built-in Oven
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using this manual
Thank you for purchasing a SAMSUNG combi steam oven.
Your Owner’s Manual contains important safety instructions and essential information on
using and caring for your new combi steam oven.
Before using your oven, please read all the information in this manual and keep it for
future reference.
A handy quick look-up guide explaining basic cooking operations is provided inside the
front cover for your convenience.
WARNING or CAUTION
Important
Note
Before installaton
Environmentally-friendly
disposal
Unpack the appliance and dispose of the packaging in an
environmentally-responsible manner.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EU on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment - WEEE.
The directive gives a framework for the collection and
recycling of old appliances, which is valid across the EU.
After unpacking
Do not open the cooking compartment door while the
appliance is on the floor. The cooking compartment
door could touch the floor and be damaged.
Check the appliance for damage after unpacking it.
Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged
in transport.
Your appliance was thoroughly factory tested for
proper operation. It may therefore contain some
remaining water.
Installation and connection
Please observe the special installation instructions.
Electrical connection
If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by
customer service in order to prevent hazards.
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Safety precautions
This appliance is intended only for domestic use. This
appliance must only be used for food preparation.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
Hot cooking cavity
There is a risk of burning!
• During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be
taken to avoid touching heating elements.
•Open the cooking compartment door carefully. Hot steam
will escape.
WARNING
• Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away.
Risk of fire!
•Never store combustible items in the cooking compartment.
There is a risk of short-circuiting!
• Never trap cables of electrical appliances in the hot cooking
compartment door. The cable insulation could melt.
Hot accessories
There is a risk of burning!
• Never take accessories out of the appliance without
using oven gloves.
Cleaning
Risk of scalding!
• Do not clean the appliance immediately after switching it
off. The water in the evaporator dish is still hot. Wait until
the appliance has cooled down.
• A Steam cleaner is not to be used.
Repairs
Danger of electric shock!
•Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs may only be carried out by one of our experienced after-sales engineers. If
the appliance is faulty, switch it off using the fuse in the fuse
box or disconnect the appliance at the mains. Contact the
after-sales service.
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before
replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
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Important information about the use of the
appliance
Do not use the cooking compartment door as a shelf.
Do not store any food in the appliance. This can lead to
corrosion.
Ovenware
Use only the accessories provided. They are specially
designed for your appliance.
Caution! When steaming in the perforated steam dish, always
insert the multi pan underneath. Dripping liquid is caught.
Ovenware must be heat and steam resistant. Silicone
baking tins are not suitable for combined operation with
hot air and steam.
Do not use ovenware that shows signs of rust. Even the smallest spots of rust can lead to corrosion in the cooking compartment.
Care and cleaning
The cooking compartment in your appliance is made of enamel.
Improper care can lead to corrosion in the cooking compartment. Refer to the care and cleaning instructions in the instruction manual.
Salts are very abrasive. If salt is deposited in the cooking compartment, rust could develop in places.
Acidic sauces, such as ketchup and mustard, or salted foods,
e.g. cured roasts, contain chloride and acids. These affect the
stainless steel surface. Clean the cooking compartment after
each use.
DO NOT use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the oven door glass since they can scratch
the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass
(if provided).
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Causes of damage
Very dirty seal
If the seal on the outside of the cooking compartment is very
dirty, the cooking compartment door will no longer close
properly during operation. The fronts of adjacent units could
be damaged. Keep the seal clean.
Cooking compartment door
as a seat
Do not stand or sit on the cooking compartment door.
Transport
Do not hold or carry the appliance by the door handle.
The door handle cannot hold the weight of the appliance and
may break off.
Important information about installing the
combi steam oven
• This appliance is NOT intended for use in a commercial environment.
• Please observe the installation instructions provided and note that this appliance
should only be installed by a qualified technician.
• The appliance is fitted with a plug and must only be connected to a properly installed
earthed socket. The fuse protection must be rated at 16 amps (L or B-type miniature
circuit breakers).
• In case a new socket is needed, installation and cable connection must only be done
by a qualified electrician. If the plug is no longer accessible following installation, a
pole disconnecting device must be present on the installation site with a contact gap
of at least 3 mm.
• Adapters, multiway strips and extension cords must not be used. Overloading can
result in fire.
• Plug in
When the appliance has been connected for the first time, all segments are lit for a
second. After 3 seconds, 12:00 flashes in the display prompting you to select the
clock. Do not forget to reset the clock when you switch to and from summer or winter
(see the instructions on page 12).
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contents
oven features
7
8
9
Oven
Oven Controls
Accessories
before you begin
10
11
12
13
Setting The Clock
Filling The Water Tank
Setting The Water Hardness
Default Settings
oven use
14
16
20
23
Setting The Cooking Function Mode
Using The Steam Mode
Using The Steam Combi Mode
Using The Regeneration/Reheat
Mode
Using The Fan Oven Mode
Using The Grill Mode
Cooking Time Reservation Function
Using The Auto Cook Mode
Using The Auto Cook Features
Using The Defrost Mode
Using The Keep Warm Mode
Using The memory Mode
Test Dishes
7
10
14
descaling and cleaning
41
25
27
29
30
31
35
37
38
40
41
43
44
46
46
47
48
49
Error codes
50
51
technical data
Descaling
Using The Steam Clean Feature
Cleaning
Switching Off The Beeper / Reading
Out The Temperature
Reading Out The Current
Temperature
Child Safety Lock
Cleaning And Care
Changing the lamp
50 Error Codes
51 Technical data
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oven features
Oven
02 oven Features
Control Panel
Top Heating Elements
Fan
Oven Light
Level 6
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Steam Outlet
Water Tank
Bottom Heating elements
Level 1
Door
Door Handle
Drip Tray
Note
•
•
•
•
Shelf levels are numbered from the bottom up.
The levels 4, 5 and 6 are mainly used for the grill function.
Levels 1 is mainly used for baking and roasting.
Please refer to the Cooking Guides provided throughout this booklet to
determine the appropriate shelf level for your dishes.
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Oven controls
3
2
9
8
18
16
4 5 1 6 7
10 11
12 13
14 15
17
1. OFF
12. START TIME
2. AUTO PROGRAMMES
13.KEEP WARM MODE
3. REHEAT MODE
14.MEMORY
4. STEAM COMBI MODE
15. SELECT
5. STEAM MODE
16.DISPLAY
6. FAN OVEN MODE
17.SELECTION KNOB
7. GRILL MODE
18.START
8. DEFROST MODE
19. STOP / CANCEL
9. FUNCTION KNOB
10+11. DESCALE
10. STEAM CLEAN MODE
14+15. CHILD LOCK
19
11. TIMER
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Accessories
The following accessories are provided with your Combi Steam Oven:
02 oven Features
1
Multi pan
2
Oven Rack
3
Steam rack (always use it with a steam
container)
4
Steam container, perforated, 40 mm
deep, GN 2/3 (useful for steam mode,
always use it with the Steam rack)
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before you begin
Setting the clock
When the appliance is first plugged in, the display lights up. (example 15:15)
When connecting the power for the first time, please use the product after setting the
time.
1
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to the
“OFF” position.
2
Press SELECT. The “12” starts
blinking.
3
Turn the SELECTION KNOB to set the
hour.
4
Press SELECT again. The “00” starts
blinking.
5
Turn the SELECTION KNOB to set the
minutes.
6
Press SELECT again. The clock sets
by itself within 5 seconds.
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Filling The Water Tank
When you open the cooking compartment door, you will see the water tank on the right-hand
side. Only fill the tank with fresh tap water or with still bottled water. If your water is very hard,
we recommend that you use softened water (see also “Water hardness).
Do not fill the water tank with distilled water or any other
liquids.
Fill the water tank before
each use
Lift the water tank over the interlock and pull the tank out of
the appliance. Fill the water tank with cold water up to the
“max.” mark. Close the lid until you feel it engage.
Slide the water tank back until it engages.
Empty the water tank after
each use
Pull the water tank out of the appliance slowly. Pulling it
out quickly may cause water to spill. Hold the water tank
horizontally, so that no remaining water can drip out of the
valve seat.
Empty out the water.
Thoroughly dry the water tank in the appliance and the seal
in the lid.
“Fill water tank” display
If the water tank is empty, a signal sounds.
A symbol
appears in the display. The operation is interrupted.
1. Open the cooking compartment door carefully. Steam will
escape.
2. Take out the water tank, fill to the “max” mark and reinsert.
3. Press the START button.
Removing drip tray
Empty drip tray at regular intervals. Push drip tray in until
you hear a click, and remove tray from locked position.
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Caution
Drip tray
Push in and remove
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Setting The Water Hardness
It is necessary to descale your appliance at regular intervals. This is the only way to
prevent damage.
Your appliance has a system that automatically displays when it needs descaling. It is
preset to a water hardness 4. Change the value if your water is softer.
Checking the water hardness
Information on the hardness of the water in your area can be obtained from the
local water board.
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to
“OFF” position.
2
Press the Steam Clean and the
Start button at the same time
and hold for 3 seconds.
Turn the SELECTION KNOB to the
desired water hardness.
4
Press the SELECT button.
► The appliance is now programmed to provide the descaling warning when necessary,
based on the actual hardness of
the water.
1
3
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Default Settings
During blinking of the default cook time or default temperature (after you have
choosen a setting with the FUNCTION KNOB), you can change the time or temperature
by turning the SELECTION KNOB.
03 Before You Begin
A
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to choose
the function you want to use.
C
While the default time/temperature is
blinking: turn the SELECTION KNOB
to set the desired time/temperature.
B
The default time or default temperature
starts to blink.
If the blinking has stopped, you can change the settings by following the steps as
described later in this manual.
Note
1) During cooking, COOK TIME and TEMPERATURE can be changed.
• Cooking time: press the TIMER button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
• Temperature: press the SELECT button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
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Setting the Cooking Function mode
Turn the Cooking Function Select Knob to select the
desired oven function.
Oven Modes
The following table represents the various oven modes and settings of your oven.
Use the cooking guide tables for those modes as guidelines for cooking.
Mode
Description
Steam Mode
Food is cooked by steam provided by the steam generator and injected into the cavity by several jet nozzles.
This mode is suitable for steaming food like vegetables, fish, eggs,
fruits and rice. When cooking by using this mode, always fill the water
tank with fresh water.
Temperature range: 40~100 °C
Steam Combi Mode
Food is cooked by fan oven mode and the help of steam. The steam
is provided by the steam generator and injected into the cavity by
interval.
This mode is suitable for baking pastries, such as puff pastry, apple
pies, brioches, yeast buns, bread rolls, croissants, baguettes and
yeast cakes. The superheated steam will provide a nice crisp, shiny
surface and fluffy structure. Meat roasts and fish will keep a more juicy
texture inside. When cooking with this mode always fill the water tank
with fresh water.
Temperature range: 100~230 °C
Regeneration/Reheat Mode
Food is reheated by fan oven mode and the help of steam. The steam
is provided by the steam generator and injected into the cavity by
interval.
This mode is suitable for plated meals. Dishes can be gently reheated
without dry out. When reheating with this mode always fill the water
tank with fresh water.
Temperature: 120 °C
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Mode
Description
Grill Mode
Food is heated by the top heating elements. We recommend this
mode for grilling steaks and sausages as well as cheese toasts.
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Fan Oven Mode
Food is heated by two heating elements on top of cavity and one
bottom heating element, while the fan from side distributes the hot air
evenly. This setting is suitable for roasting meat, baking gratins and
cake.
Temperature range: 40~230 °C
Defrost Mode
Frozen food is defrosted by steam. The steam is provided by the
steam generator and injected into the cavity by interval.
This mode is suitable for frozen meat, poultry, fish and fruit. When
defrosting with this mode always fill the water tank with fresh water.
Temperature range: 40~70 °C
Keep warm Mode
The food will be kept warm by help of the heat, provided by the bottom
heating element
(Do not keep food warm for longer than 2 hours. Warm food spoils
more quickly.)
Temperature: 70 °C
Automatic Functions
The following table represents additional programmes and functions.
Mode
Description
Auto Cook Programmes
40 pre-programmed auto cook settings can be selected for your convenience. Time and temperature will be set automatically.
You simply select programme and weight your dish and start the
steam cooking process.
Steam Clean
By the help of hot steam the surface of the oven cavity will be soaked
and you can easily clean your oven. The steam clean programme
takes only 10 minutes time.
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Using The Steam Mode
1
Fill the water tank up to the maximum
line and place it back. Then place your
food into the cooking cavity.
2
3
During blinking, turn the SELECTION
KNOB and set the desired cooking
time.
4
Press SELECT. The temperature is
blinking.
5
6
Press the START button.
► The temperature indicator (°C)
on the display will blink. After the
temperature is reached, it stops
blinking.
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to Steam
mode position
(default cook time 20
min. temperature 100 °C). The time is
blinking.
If the blinking has already stopped
before you have set the time, press the
TIMER button first and then turn the
SELECTION KNOB.
Turn the SELECTION KNOB and set
the temperature.
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If there is too little water while cooking, you will see the symbol
in the display along with a beep being played. Add water
into the tank and press START to continue with the steaming.
•You can add water into the tank at any time while cooking.
1) During cooking, COOK TIME and TEMPERATURE can be changed.
• Cooking time: press the TIMER button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
• Temperature: press SELECT and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
2) In Steam mode settings, the top and bottom steam heating elements switch off
and on throughout cooking to regulate the temperature.
3) Be careful when removing the plate as it is hot. First leave the door a little open
to allow the hot steam to escape. Pay attention to the steam outlets as well.
4) When you have finished cooking, pour out the water in the drip tray and empty
the tank.
5) Dry the cooking cavity with a dry cloth if there is any remaining water.
6) The cooling fan always works for 3 minutes after a steaming process. However,
this is not a malfunction and you do not need to worry about this.
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Steam Mode Setting
Food is cooked by steam provided by the steam generators and injected into the
cavity by two jet nozzles.
Steam container + Steam rack are usually
placed on level .
Insert the multi pan on level
.
Cooking Guide
Use settings and times in this table as guide lines for steaming.
We recommend to always fill the water tank with fresh water to the maximum
level.
Shelf
level
Steam
mode (°C )
Accessory
Time
(min.)
Broccoli Florets
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
12-16
Sliced Vegetables
(pepper, courgettes,
fennel, onions)
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
9-14
Green Beans
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
28-33
White Asparagus
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
20-25
Whole Vegetables
(Artichokes,
Whole Cauliflower,
Corn on the cob)
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
30-35
Peeled Potatoes
(cut into quarters)
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
30-35
Fish Fillets
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
15-18
Blue Prawns
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
12-15
Chicken Breast
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
23-28
Boiled Eggs
3/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
15-20
Food Item
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Steam
mode (°C )
Accessory
Time
(min.)
4/1
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
15-20
White Parboiled
Rice
(use a pyrex bowl,
add 375 ml hot
boiling water, when
cooking 250g rice)
1
100 °C
Oven rack
25-30
Milk Rice
(use a flat pyrex
dish, add double
quantity of milk)
3
100 °C
Oven rack
40-50
Frozen Yeast
Dumplings
3
100 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
23-28
Flan/ Crème
(6 x dessert dishes,
each 100 ml)
3
90 °C
Steam rack + Steam container
/ multi pan
20-25
Egg Custard
(Use a large flat
glass pyrex dish)
3
90 °C
Oven rack
37-42
Fruit Compote
(use a flat round
glass pyrex, add 1
teaspoon sugar and
2 tbsp. water)
3
100 °C
Oven rack
10-15
2-level cooking:
Dual Meal
(fish fillets/sliced
vegetables)
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shelf
level
Food Item
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Using The Steam Combi Mode
1
Fill the water tank up to the maximum
line and place it back. Then place your
food into the cooking cavity.
2
3
During blinking, turn the SELECTION
KNOB and set the desired temperature.
4
Press the TIMER button to set the desired cooking time. The time is blinking.
5
6
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to Steam
Combi mode position
(default: 180
°C). The temperature is blinking.
If the blinking has already stopped
before you have set the temperature,
press the SELECT button first and then
turn the SELECTION KNOB.
Turn the SELECTION KNOB and set
the desired cooking time.
Press the START button.
► The temperature indicator (°C)
on the display will blink. After the
temperature is reached, it stops
blinking.
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Note
1) During cooking, COOK TIME and TEMPERATURE can be changed.
• Cooking time: press the TIMER button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
• Temperature: press the SELECT button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
2) In Steam Combi Mode settings, the top bottom and steam heating elements
switch off and on throughout cooking to regulate the temperature.
• When using the Steam Combi mode, be sure that the baking dishes are
suitable for 100-230 °C cooking temperatures.
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Important
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Combi Steam Setting
Food is cooked by Fan Oven Mode and the help of steam. The steam is
provided by the steam generators and injected into the cavity by interval.
Place the multi pan on level
.
Cooking Guide
Use settings and times in this table as guide lines for baking and roasting. You do
not need to pre-heat the oven.
We recommend to always fill the water tank with fresh water to the maximum
level.
Shelf
level
steam Combi mode
(°C )
Accessory
Time
(min.)
Croissants/ Rolls
1
170 °C
Multi pan
17-23
Puff Pastry Stripes
(add grated cheese)
1
200 °C
Multi pan
15-20
Frozen Apple Pie
1
190 °C
Multi pan
35-40
Homemade Bread
1
180 °C
Oven rack
40-50
Brownies
1
150 °C
Oven rack
35-45
Vegetable Gratin/
Potato Gratin
1
170-180 °C
Oven rack
35-50
Homemade Pizza
1
230 °C
Multi pan
20-25
Frozen Self-Rising
Pizza
1
230 °C
Multi pan
15-20
Pork Roast
(1.0kg)
2/1
1. stage:
180°C steam- combi
mode
2. stage:
180°C fan-oven mode
Oven rack /
Multi pan
1. stage:
40-50
2. stage:
40-50
Oven Fish
1
200 °C
Multi pan
15-20
Food Item
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Using The Regeneration/Reheat Mode
Fill the water tank up to the maximum
line and place it back. Then place your
food into the cooking cavity.
2
3
During blinking, turn the SELECTION
KNOB and set the desired cooking
time.
4
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to
Regeneration/Reheat Mode position
(default: 20 min.). The time is
blinking.
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1
If the blinking has already stopped
before you have set the time, press
the TIMER button first and then turn
the SELECTION KNOB.
Press the START button.
► The Regeneration/Reheat Mode
starts. When the Regeneration/Reheat Mode has finished, the oven
will beep and “End” will flash four
times. The oven will then beep one
time per minute.
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Regeneration/Reheat Setting
Use settings and times in this table as guide lines for reheating by gentle
steaming.
We recommend to always fill-up the water tank with fresh water to the maximum
level.
This mode is suitable to reheat and keep warm meals.
Shelf
level
Mode
Accessory
Time
(min.)
3
Reheat
Oven rack
15-18
2-level Reheating:
Plated Meals
(Two plated meals,
each 250-450g)
3/1
Reheat
Oven rack /
Multi pan
17-23
Keeping warm:
Plated meals/ Meat
Roasts/ Ceramic
dishes
3
Reheat
Oven rack
15-30
Food Item
Reheating:
Plated Meal
(250-450g)
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Using The Fan Oven Mode
4
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to Fan
Oven Mode position
(default: 180
°C). The temperature is blinking.
2
During blinking, turn the SELECTION
KNOB and set the desired temperature.
If the blinking has already stopped
before you have set the temperature,
press the SELECT button first and then
turn the SELECTION KNOB.
3
Press the TIMER button to set the desired cooking time. The time is blinking.
Turn the SELECTION KNOB and set
the desired cooking time (the maximum
cooking time is 10:00 h).
5
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1
Press the START button.
► The temperature indicator (°C)
on the display will blink. After the
temperature is reached, it stops
blinking.
Note
1) During cooking, COOK TIME and TEMPERATURE can be changed.
• Cooking time: press the TIMER button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
• Temperature: press the SELECT button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
2) In Fan Oven Mode settings, the top and bottom heating elements switch off
and on throughout cooking to regulate the temperature.
Important
• When using the Fan Oven Mode , be sure the baking dishes are suitable for 40
- 230 °C cooking temperatures
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Fan Oven Mode Setting
Food is heated by two heating elements on top of the cavity and one bottom
heating element, while the fan on the side distributes the hot air evenly.
Place the multi pan or Oven rack on level
.
Cooking Guide
Use settings and times in this table as guide lines for baking and roasting.
We recommend to preheat the oven with fan oven mode to the desired
temperature.
Shelf
level
Fan Oven
Mode (°C )
Accessory
Time
(min.)
Frozen Pizza
(350g)
1
220°C
Multi pan
14-15
Frozen French Fries
(450 g)
1
200°C
Multi pan
18-20
Frozen Bread Roll
(250g)
1
160°C
Multi pan
7-9
Homemade Pizza
(1300g)
1
200°C
Multi pan
20-25
Sponge Cake
(500g)
1
150°C
Oven rack
25-30
Marble Cake
(700g)
1
150°C
Oven rack
50-60
Muffins
(300g)
1
170°C
Oven rack
17-19
Cookies
(200g)
1
160°C
Multi pan
8-12
Food Item
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Using The Grill Mode
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to Grill
mode position
(default:
1:00 min.). The time is blinking.
2
If the blinking has already stopped
before you have set the time, press the
TIMER button first and then turn the
SELECTION KNOB.
3
During blinking, turn the SELECTION
KNOB and set the desired cooking time
(the maximum cooking time is 1:30 h).
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Press the START button.
Important
• Always use oven gloves when touching the recipients in the oven, as they will
be very hot.
• Check that the heating elements are in the horizontal position.
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Grill Mode Setting
Food is heated by the top heating elements (horizontal position).
For grilling, the grill insert with multi pan is
usually placed on level
~ .
Cooking Guide
Use settings and times in this table as guide lines for grilling.
We recommend to preheat the oven with Grill Mode for 2-3 minutes.
Shelf
level
Mode
Accessory
Time (min.)
Toast
(4 slices)
5
Grill
Multi pan
1st side: 2-3
2nd side: 2-3
Cheese Toast
(4 pcs)
5
Grill
Multi pan
7-8
Beef Steaks
(500g)
5/1
Grill
Oven rack /
Multi pan
1st side: 9-11
2nd side: 5-7
Lamb chops
(400g)
5/1
Grill
Oven rack /
Multi pan
1st side: 8-10
2nd side: 6-8
5
Grill
Multi pan
12-15
Food Item
Fresh Vegetables
(250g)
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start time delay function
Example by using the Fan Oven Mode : Current time: 12:05
Cook time: 2:00
Start time: you wish to start cooking at 16:00
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to
Fan Oven Mode position
.
2
Press the TIMER button to set the
desired cooking time. The time is
blinking.
3
Turn the SELECTION KNOB and set
the desired cooking time (2:00).
4
Press the button Start TIME. The
current time is displayed.
5
Turn the SELECTION KNOB to set
the desired START TIME (16:00). The
start time is displayed.
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Using The Auto Cook Mode
The 40 Auto Cook features include/provide pre-programmed cooking times. You do not
need to set either the cooking times or the temperature.
1
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to
“AUTO” position.
2
If you see the symbol
in the
display, fill the water tank up to the
maximum line and place it back.
Place your food into the cooking
cavity.
3
Turn the SELECTION KNOB to
choose a auto cook feature (see the
table on page 31, 32, 33 and 34).
4
Press SELECT. The weight range
starts blinking.
5
If you want to change the weight;
turn the SELECTION KNOB.
6
Press the START button.
► Auto cooking starts. When the
cooking has finished, the oven
will beep and “End” will flash four
times. The oven will then beep
one time per minute.
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Using the Auto Cook Features
Food
Serving
Size (kg)
Recommendations
Sliced Vegetables
0.2-0.6
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Put sliced
vegetables, such as courgettes, broccoli florets, pepper, carrots
into the steam container. Put steam container on oven rack,
shelf level 3. Insert multi pan, shelf level 1.
Code
04 Oven Use
The following table presents 40 Auto Programmes for Steam cooking, Baking, Grilling,
Roasting, Defrost & Cook and Defrosting. It contains its quantities and appropriate
recommendations.
Before using those programmes always fill water tank up to maximum level with fresh
water.
Programme number S-1 to S-12, b-6, d-1 to d-3 and d5 are running with steam only
mode. Programmes number b-5, b-7, r-1 to r-4 and d-4 are running with a combination
of steam and fan oven mode. The other programmes are running with fan oven mode or
grill mode. Use oven gloves while taking out!
Steaming
S-1
S-2
Whole Vegetables
0.2-0.6
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Put whole
vegetables or big pieces of vegetables, such as cauliflower,
broccoli, corn on the cob and artichokes into the steam container. Put steam container on oven rack, shelf level 3.
Insert multi pan, shelf level 1.
S-3
Fish Fillets
0.2-1.0
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Put fish fillets, such as pollock, rose-fish and cod fish side by side into the
steam container. Put steam container on oven rack, shelf
level 3. Insert multi pan, shelf level 1.
S-4
Fish Steak
0.2-1.0
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Put fish
steaks, such as salmon and tuna steaks side by side in the
steam container. Put steam container on oven rack, shelf
level 3. Insert multi pan, shelf level 1.
S-5
Prawns
0.2-0.5
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Put the
raw prawns into the steam container. Put steam container on
oven rack, shelf level 3. Insert multi pan, shelf level 1.
S-6
Chicken Breast
0.2-1.0
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Put chicken
breasts side by side into the steam container. Put steam
container on oven rack, shelf level 3. Insert multi pan, shelf
level 1.
S-7
Eggs
0.1-0.6
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Pierce
middle sized eggs (each about 50-60g). Put 2-10 eggs into the
steam container. Put steam container on oven rack, shelf
level 3. Insert multi pan, shelf level 1.
S-8
Peeled Potatoes
0.2-0.8
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Peel potatoes and cut into quarters, or use small potatoes. Put into the
steam container. Put steam container on oven rack, shelf
level 3. Insert multi pan, shelf level 1.
0.1-0.5
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Distribute
the parboiled white rice evenly in a flat glass pyrex dish. Add 1.5
x hot boiling water (for 250g rice add 375ml hot water). Put dish
on the oven rack, shelf level 1.
S-9
White Rice
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Code
S-10
S-11
S-12
Food
Flan
Fruit Compote
Melting Chocolate
Serving
Size (kg)
Recommendations
0.4-0.6
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Pour the
flan mixture into 6 dessert dishes, each 100 ml. Put dishes side
by sides on oven rack, shelf level 3. Cook uncovered.
0.2-0.5
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Put slices
of apples, pears, pineapple, or apricots in a flat glass pyrex dish.
Add on tablespoon sugar. Put dish on oven rack, shelf level 3.
Cook uncovered.
0.1-0.3
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Break
chocolate icing (35% cacao) for cakes into pieces and put in
a small glass pyrex dish, cover with heat-resistant cling film.
Put dish on the oven rack, shelf level 1. Keep covered during
programme. Stir well after taking out.
Baking
b-1
Marble Cake
0.7-0.8
Preheat the oven, using fan oven mode to 150°C. Put fresh
dough (marble or lemon batter) into suitable sized rectangular
metal baking dish. Put dish lengthways to the door, on the oven
rack, shelf level 1.
This programme is suitable for batter, such as lemon cake,
hazelnut cake and marble cake.
b-2
b-3
Fruit Cake Base
Muffins
0.3-0.5
Preheat the oven, using fan oven mode to 150°C. Put batter into
metal flan base dish on the oven rack, shelf level 1.
0.5-0.7
Preheat the oven, using fan oven mode to 170°C. Put muffin
dough into metal muffin dish, suitable for 12 muffins. Set dish in
the middle of oven rack, shelf level 1 or insert directly into
shelf 2.
b-4
Sponge Cake
0.3-0.5
Preheat the oven, using fan oven mode to 160°C. Put 300g
dough into 18cm, 400g into 24cm and 500g into 26cm diameter
round black metal baking dish. Set dish in the middle of oven
rack, shelf level 1.
b-5
Croissants/ Bread
Rolls
0.2-0.6
Prepare small yeast buns, croissants or filled puff pastries (each
50-100g). Put them on baking paper on multi pan, shelf level 1.
Keep a distance of 3-4 cm to each other.
b-6
Yeast Dough
Fermentation
0.3-0.6
b-7
Frozen Apple Pie
(-18°C)
0.4-0.8
Put roll of apple pie diagonally on baking paper on the multi
pan, shelf level 1.
b-8
Homemade Pizza
0.6-1.0
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Prepare
pizza on baking paper on multi pan, shelf level 1.
Prepare yeast dough for pizza, cake or bread.
Put into a large round heat-resistant dish. Do not cover. Put dish
on oven rack, shelf level 1.
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Code
Food
Serving
Size (kg)
Recommendations
Grilling
Put beef steaks side by side in the middle of oven rack. Insert
oven rack in shelf level 5, multi pan in shelf level 1.
G-1
Beef Steak
Turn over as soon as the oven beeps.
Push start button to continue process.
The first setting is for thin beef steaks, the second setting is for
thick beef steaks.
G-2
Chicken Pieces
0.4-0.8
Brush chilled chicken pieces, such as drumsticks and wings with
oil and spices. Put skin-side down on oven rack. Insert oven
rack in shelf level 4, multi pan in shelf level 1.
Turn over, as soon as the oven beeps. Push start button to
continue process.
G-3
Fish Steak
0.3-0.6
Marinate Fish steaks, such as salmon steaks or tuna steaks. Put
side by side on multi pan, shelf level 4. Turn over, as soon as
the oven beeps. Push start button to continue process.
G-4
Fish Fillets
0.3-0.6
Marinate Fish fillets, such as salmon steaks or tuna steaks. Put
side by side on multi pan, shelf level 4. Turn over, as soon as
the oven beeps. Push start button to continue process.
G-5
Sausages
0.3-0.6
Put sausages side by side on multi pan, shelf level 4. Turn
over, as soon as the oven beeps. Push start button to continue
process.
G-6
Hamburger
0.5-1.0
Put raw hamburger side by side on multi pan, shelf level 4.
Turn over, as soon as the oven beeps. Push start button to
continue process.
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0.3-0.6
0.6-0.8
Roasting
Brush chilled chicken with oil and spices.
r-1
Whole Chicken
1.2-1.3
1.4-1.5
Put breast-side-down, in the middle of oven rack. Insert oven
rack in shelf level 2, multi pan in shelf level 1. Turn over, as
soon as the oven beeps. Push start button to continue process.
Brush the beef/ lamb with oil and spices (pepper only, salt
should be added after roasting). Put it on the oven rack, with the
fat-side down.
r-2
Roast Beef
1.1-1.3
Insert oven rack in shelf level 2, multi pan in shelf level 1.
Turn over, as soon as the oven beeps. Press start to continue
cooking process.
After roasting and during standing time of 5-10 minutes it should
be wrapped in aluminium foil.
r-3
r-4
Pork Roast
Whole Fish
0.8-1.2
0.4-0.8
Fill water tank with fresh water up to maximum level. Put pork
roast, brushed with oil and spices, with the fat-side down on the
oven rack.
Insert oven rack in shelf level 2, multi pan in shelf level 1.
Turn over, as soon as the beep sounds. Press start to continue
cooking process.
Brush skin of whole fish with oil and add herbs and spices. Put
fish side by side, head to tail, widthways on multi pan, shelf
level 1.
Turn over, as soon as the beep sounds. Push start button to
continue process.
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Code
Food
Serving
Size (kg)
r-5
Roast Vegetables
0.2-0.5
Recommendations
Slice vegetables, such as courgettes, pepper, egg plants and onions. Add cherry tomatoes and mushrooms. Brush with a mixture
of olive oil, herbs, salt and pepper.
Put vegetables on multi pan, shelf level 4.
r-6
Oven Potatoes
0.4-0.8
Use middle sized potatoes. Rinse and clean potatoes. Brush
skin with a mixture of olive oil, salt pepper and herbs. Put potatoes side by side on multi pan, shelf level 1.
Convenience
C-1
Frozen Pizza
(-18°C)
0.3-0.35
0.4-0.45
Place one frozen pizza on the multi pan, shelf level 1.
C-2
Frozen Oven
Chips
(-18°C)
0.4-0.45
Distribute frozen oven chips evenly on the multi pan, shelf level
1.
C-3
Frozen Fish Fingers (-18°C)
0.3-0.5
Distribute frozen fish fingers evenly on the multi pan, shelf
level 1.
Defrosting
d-1
Defrost
Frozen Meat
(-18°C)
0.3-0.5
0.8-1.5
Always shield the edges with aluminium foil. This programme is
suitable for beef, lamb, pork, steaks, chops, minced meat. Put
the meat on the oven rack. Insert oven rack in shelf level 2,
multi pan in shelf level 1.
d-2
Defrost
Frozen Poultry
(-18°C)
0.3-0.6
0.9-1.3
Always shield the leg and wing tips with aluminium foil. This
programme is suitable for whole chicken as well as for chicken
portions.
Put poultry on the oven rack. Insert oven rack in shelf level 2,
multi pan in shelf level 1.
d-3
Defrost
Frozen Fish
(-18°C)
0.3-0.8
Always shield the tail of a whole fish with aluminium foil. This
programme is suitable for whole fishes as well as for fish fillets.
Put fish on the oven rack. Insert oven rack in shelf level 2,
multi pan in shelf level 1.
d-4
Defrost
Frozen Bread
(-18°C)
0.1-0.3
0.4-0.6
Put bread horizontally, lengthways to the door on the multi pan,
shelf level 1.
This programme is suitable for all kinds of sliced bread, as well
as for bread rolls and baguettes.
d-5
Defrost
Frozen Fruit
(-18°C)
0.2-0.6
Distribute fruits evenly into multi pan, shelf level 1. This programme is suitable for all kinds of sliced fruits or berries.
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Using The defrost Mode
Fill the water tank up to the maximum
line and place it back. Then place your
food into the cooking cavity.
2
3
During blinking, turn the SELECTION
KNOB and set the desired defrosting
time (the maximum defrosting time is
max. 10:00 h).
4
Press the START button.
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to the Defrost mode position
(default: 20:00
min.). The time is blinking.
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If the blinking has already stopped
before you have set the time, press
the TIMER button first and then turn
the SELECTION KNOB.
Note
1) During defrosting, COOK TIME and TEMPERATURE can be changed.
• Cooking time: press the TIMER button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
• Temperature: press the SELECT button and then turn the SELECTION KNOB.
2) When you have finished defrosting, pour out the water in the tray and wash out
the tank.
3) Dry the cooking room with a dry cloth if there is any remaining water.
4) The cooling fan always works for 3 minutes after defrost mode. However, this is
not a malfunction and you do not need to worry about this.
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Defrosting Setting
Use settings and times in this table as guide lines for defrosting by gentle
steaming.
We recommend to always fill-up the water tank with fresh water to the maximum
level.
This mode is suitable to defrost food such as small pieces of meat, fish poultry
and fruits.
Shelf
level
Defrost
mode
Accessory
Time
(min.)
Frozen Steaks /
Minced Beef
(-18°C)
2/1
50°C
Oven rack / Multi Pan
25-35
Frozen Fish
Fillets
(-18°C)
2/1
50°C
Oven rack / Multi Pan
15-25
Frozen Chicken
Pieces (-18°C)
2/1
40°C
Oven rack / Multi Pan
20-30
Frozen Chicken
(-18°C)
2/1
50°C
Oven rack / Multi Pan
55-65
1
50°C
Multi Pan
10-15
Food Item
Frozen Berries
(-18°C)
Important
• After defrosting meat (particularly poultry), operate the empty oven about
10 minutes in the Fan Oven Mode (200 °C) for killing bacteria in the
cavity.
• Do not refreeze food once it has thawed.
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Using The Keep Warm Mode
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to the
“OFF” position.
2
3
During blinking, turn the SELECTION
KNOB and set the desired cooking
time (the maximum cooking time is
10:00 h).
4
Press the START button.
Press the KEEPING WARM button
(default: 1:00 h). The time is blinking.
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If the blinking has already stopped
before you have set the time, press
the TIMER button first and then turn
the SELECTION KNOB.
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Using The memory Mode
You can store 3 individual programmes in the memory and call them up at any time. The
memory is useful if you prepare one dish particularly frequently.
You can also store one dish from the automatic programmes.
Example: Steam 20 min., 100 °C
1
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to
“Steam” position.
2
Set the temperature and the time as
described before.
3
Press the SELECT button.
4
Press the MEMORY button (press one
time for code 1, two times for code 2
or three times for code 3).
5
Press the SELECT button (the
memory code is saved).
You can always store a new individual programm:
1) Select the mode, temperature and time.
2) Press the SELECT button.
3) Press the MEMORY button (code 1, 2 or 3).
4) Press the SELECT button.
5) The ‘old’ programm is now replaced by the new one.
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Starting The Memory Function
It is very easy to start the stored programme at any time.
Example in the picture: Memory location 1 (steam 20 min., 100 °C)
Place the dish in the steam oven.
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to
“OFF” position.
2
Press the MEMORY button (one
time for code 1).
3
If you see the symbol
in the
display, fill the water tank up to the
maximum line and place it back.
4
Press the START button.
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Test dishes
According to standard EN 60350 and DIN44547
1. Baking
The recommendations for baking refer to preheated oven.
Type of Food
Dish & Notes
Shelf
level
Cooking
Mode
Temp. °C
Cooking
time min
Shortbread
Multi pan
1
Fan oven
160-170
20-30
Small Cakes
Multi pan
1
Fan oven
150-170
20-30
Fatless
Sponge Cake
Oven rack + Springform cake tin (Dark
coated, ø 26 cm)
1
Fan oven
150-170
25-35
Apple Yeast
Tray Cake
Multi pan
1
Fan oven
150-170
50-70
Apple Pie
Oven rack + Springform cake tin (Dark
coated, ø 20 cm)
1
Fan oven
170-190
80-100
2. Grilling
Preheat the empty oven for 5 minutes using Grill function.
Type of Food
Dish & Notes
White Bread
Toasts
Multi pan
(Center area/
Except drain)
Beef Burgers
Oven rack
Multi pan
(to catch drippings)
Shelf
level
Cooking
Mode
Temp. °C
Cooking
time min
6
Grill
-
1st 2 1/2-3
2nd 2 1/2-3
5
4
Grill
-
1st 9-12
2nd 9-12
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descaling and cleaning
DESCALING
on the control panel, the machine needs to be
1
Dilute and uses according to description of bying citric acid.
2
Close the lid of water tank before
installing into main unit close the lid
before installing it into the main unit.
3
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to “OFF”
position.
4
Close the door and press and hold
down both the TIMER and STEAM
CLEAN buttons for 3 seconds. The
machine displays “40:00” and starts
descaling.
5
When it has progressed for about
30 minutes, the machine displays
“10:00” and stops operating with a
beep.
Remove the tank and empty any
remaining water. Wash the tank with
water and fill it with 1 litre water. Close
the lid and install it into the main unit.
6
Press the START button. A rinsing
process takes place with clean water.
05 descaling and Cleaning
When you see the message
descaled.
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7
When done, the machine will make a
beep. Empty both the tank and the drip
tray and clean the tank with water.
8
Open the door and wipe inside the
cooking cavity with a dry cloth.
Note
• We advise to use Citric acid when you descale the machine. Citric acid is a
highly effective descaler made exclusively from natural, totally biodegradable
substances.
It is non-corrosive, non-aggressive and has no environmental impact. As well as
being an affective descaler, it also has an antimicrobial sanitising action, thus
helping to ensure the hygiene of the machine’s internal components, preserve
the taste of the food over time and extend the working life of the machine.
• Water is used for steam cooking, which contains calcium and magnesium.
Through heating, water evaporates and only the floating materials (minerals)
remain (not harmful to humans).
• If the descaling cycle is interrupted before completion, the programme must be
started again from the beginning.
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using the steam clean feature
The Steam Clean feature allows you to sanitize your oven in just 10 minutes.
The STEAM CLEAN process takes 7 minutes, and the standby time for the
process is 3 minutes. In these 3 minutes the steam will soak all the leftovers and you can
wipe them from the ceiling or walls with a soft cloth.
Fill the water tank up to the maximum
line and place it back.
2
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to “OFF”
position.
3
Press the STEAM CLEAN button. The
oven will start automatically.
4
When the process is finished: open
the door and wipe inside the cooking
cavity with a dry cloth.
05 descaling and Cleaning
1
Important
• Use this feature only when the oven has cooled completely to room
temperature.
• DO NOT use distilled water.
• DO NOT use high-pressure water cleaners or steam jet cleaners for safety
reasons.
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cleaning
Loose
Locked
●
Inner Hole
1
Cleaning the top grill
► Opening the top grill to the left or
right, as shown in the figure, will
facilitate cleaning. (When cleaning
is finished, make sure to close the
grill).
2
Cleaning inside the cavity.
► Remove both left and right shelves
(loosen the shelf screw by turning
it to the left) and wipe any leftovers
from the ceiling or walls using a
neutral cloth dipped in detergent.
► When completed, install both
shelves back into the correct positions. Insert the shelf into the inner
hole and then into the outer hole,
and turn the shelf screw to the right
until it is secured.
► Even solid, difficult stains or dry
leftovers can be removed by using
the steam clean process.
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Cleaning the oven surface, control
panel and window
► The surface of the oven can
be wiped with a wet dish towel,
followed by a dry cloth to remove
the water completely.
► Do not use force when cleaning the
control panel as it can be
damaged while cleaning.
► Clean the transparent window with a
neutral detergent-dipped dish towel
and then with a dry cloth until no
water remains.
4
Cleaning the water tank and the tray
► Wipe them with a sponge dipped in
a neutral detergent and then rinse
them with water.
5
Cleaning the accessories.
► Wipe them with a neutral detergent
and dry them before inserting them
back into the cooking cavity.
► Do not use force on the accessories
when wiping them with a scrubber,
as this may damage the coated
surface.
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3
WARNING:
• NEVER use benzene, thinner or a metal scrubber to clean. Otherwise, it can
cause
discoloration or damage to the surface.
• Do not spray water onto the machine when cleaning it. This can lead to electric
shock
or fire.
• Do not expose the water tank or tray to direct sunlight to dry it. This can result in
mal­formation or damage.
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Switching Off The Beeper / Reading out the
temperature
1
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to “OFF”
position.
3
To switch the beeper back on, press
STOP and START again at the same
time and hold for one second. “ON”
appears in the display.
2
To switch the beeper off, press STOP
and START at the same time and hold
for one second. “OFF” appears in the
display.
display current oven temperature
1
If the temperature indicator (°C)
on the display is blinking, the programmed temperature hasn’t been
reached yet. You can read out the
current temperature on the display
by pressing the KEEP WARM and
MEMORY button at the same time.
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Child Safety Lock
The oven’s Child Safety Lock allows you to lock the control panel to protect the oven
against unintended use.
To Lock the Oven
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to
“OFF” position.
3
A lock symbol appears in the
display, indicating that all functions
are locked.
2
Press the mEMORY and SELECT
button at the same time and hold
for
3 seconds.
2
The Lock symbol disappears in the
display, indicating that all functions
are unlocked.
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1
To Unlock the Oven
1
Turn the FUNCTION KNOB to
“OFF” position. Press the mEMORY and SELECT button at the
same time and hold for 3 seconds.
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Cleaning And Care
Removing the Cooking Compartment
You can remove the oven door for easier cleaning.
Do not reach into the door hinges. There is a risk of injury.
1.Open the cooking compartment door fully.
2. Move the two locking levers up on the left and right-hand
sides.
3. Close the cooking compartment door halfway. With both
hands, grip the top of the door on the left and right-hand
sides. Close the door a little more and pull it out.
Fitting the Cooking Compartment Door
Refit the cooking compartment door after cleaning.
1. Insert the door hinges straight into the openings on the
left and right-hand sides of the cooking compartment. The
notch on the hinge must engage on both sides.
2. Open the cooking compartment door fully and fold the locking lever upwards.
3. Close the cooking compartment door.
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Changing the lamp
Replacing the rear oven lamp and cleaning the glass cap
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1. Take off the cap by turning
counterclockwise.
2. Remove the metal ring and the sheet ring
and clean the glass cap.
3. If necessary, replace the bulb with a 25
watt, 230 V, 300 °C heat - resistant oven
light bulb.
4. Fit the metal and the sheet ring to the
glass cap.
5. Replace the glass cap.
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Error codes
ERROR CODES
Error Code
General Functions
TEMP SENSOR OPEN
In case the value of the temperature sensor is more than 250 °C during
operation / cancellation.
TEMP SENSOR SHORT
In case the value of the temperature sensor is less than 5 °C during
operation / cancellation.
UNFINISHED PREHEAT
In case the oven has not reached the desired temperature although a
certain amount of time has passed (unfinished preheating).
OVER 250 °C DURING OPERATION OF CONVECTION
In case the temperature rises over 250 °C during operation of
convection mode.
STEAM SENSOR OPEN
In case the value of the temperature sensor is less than 30 °C
after operation of the steam heater for a certain time.
STEAM SENSOR SHORT
DESCALE MAX. TIME OVER (or STEAM USE MAX TIME OVER)
In case the steam operating time after the descaling message has been
passed.
If any of these errors occur, please contact SAMSUNG Customer Service.
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technical data
Technical data
FQV137U / FQV137ST / FQV137UST / FQV313T003
Power Source
230 V ~ 50 Hz
Power Consumption
Maximum Power
Grill
Convection
Steam
3200 W
1530 W
2050 W
1700 W - 2200 W
Cooling Method
Cooling fan motor
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Outside
Oven Cavity Net.
595 x 460 x 420 mm
400 x 215 x 385 mm
Volume
30 liter
Weight
Net
Shipping
25 kg approx
31 kg approx
07 Technical data
Model
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Code No.: DE68-03643C
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