SV451 Microwave
Manual for Installation, Use and Maintenance
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Customer Care Department • The
Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY
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Contence Page
2-3 Important
4
How your appliance works
5
Your microwave
6
Fitting Out Your Appliance
7 The Control Panel and The Display
8-9
General Settings and Use
10
Quick guide
11-24Programmes
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25
Cleaning and Maintenance
26
Installation
27
Mains Electricity Connection
Important
This appliance must only be used for the purpose for which it is intended, i.e. domestic cooking, defrosting and
reheating foods. Any other use could be dangerous and may lead to premature failure of the appliance.
The CDA Group Ltd cannot be held responsible for injuries or losses caused by incorrect use or installation of this
product. Please note that CDA reserve the right to invalidate the guarantee supplied with this product following
incorrect installation or misuse of the appliance.
It is dangerous for anyone other than a qualified person to perform maintenance or repair that requires the removal of
the cover providing protection against exposure to microwave power.
User information:
• Ovens become hot during and immediately after use. Ensure you do not touch the heating elements located inside the appliance.
• The oven door can become very hot during operation.
• After use, please ensure that the appliance is switched off.
• Keep children away from the appliance when in use, and immediately after use.
• Keep the oven door closed when in use.
Appliance information:
Please enter the details on the appliance rating plate below for reference, to assist CDA Customer Care in the event of a
fault with your appliance and to register your appliance for guarantee purposes.
Appliance Model
Serial Number
CE Declarations of Conformity:
This oven has been designed, constructed and marketed in compliance with safety requirements of EEC Directive
2006/95/EEC (Low voltage) and requirements of EMC Directive 2004/108/EEC.
This appliance has been manufactured to the strictest standards and complies with all applicable legislation, including
Electrical safety (LVD) and Electromagnetic interference compatibility (EMC). Parts intended to come into contact with
food conform to EEC/89/109.4
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH EC
DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC.
At the end of its working life, the product must be taken to a special local authority waste collection centre or to a
dealer providing appliance recycling services. Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible negative
consequences for the environment and health. It also enables the constituent materials to be recovered, saving both
energy and resources. As a reminder of the need to dispose of household appliances separately, the product is marked
with a crossed-out wheeled dustbin.
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Important
• Read the user instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time.
• Do not allow children near the oven when in use.
• Do not perform maintenance or cleaning of the oven without first switching off the electricity supply. If the oven has recently been used, allow to cool.
• Clean the appliance regularly.
• Remove spills as soon as they occur.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners or powders that will scratch the surface of the enamel.
• Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, saltwater, lemon or tomato juice to remain in contact with enamel parts.
Check the door seal and door frame regularly to ensure they are not damaged.
• Do not attempt to repair the internal workings of your oven.
Only open the door using the handle
The microwave will not function if the door is not closed correctly.
The internal light will switch off automatically three minutes after the door is opened.
To eliminate moisture, this appliance is equipped with a delayed cooling function. The cooling fan will continue to run
after the end of the programme and will stop automatically when it is no longer required.
It is possible to adjust the cooking time during cooking. This option is not available on the preset defrost programmes.
This appliance is designed to operate on all functions with the door closed.
Never operate the microwave when empty or without the turntable in place to prevent damage to your appliance.
Do not tamper with the openings on the lock on the front of the appliance. This could damage the appliance and may
not be covered by the warranty.
Do not cook food or liquids in sealed containers as there is a risk they may explode. This includes baby bottles with the
teat in place.
Baby milk and baby food must be stirred thoroughly after cooking and the temperature checked before consumption to
ensure even temperature distribution and to prevent injury.
Heating liquids in the microwave can cause sudden or delayed eruption, so care must be taken when handling their
containers.
Do not cook eggs in their shells or whole hardboiled eggs in the microwave as there is a risk they may explode, even
after cooking has ended.
When heating small quantities of food (e.g. a sausage or a slice of bread), place a glass of water next to the food for best
results.
Excessive cooking times may dry out or burn food. Do not use the recommended cooking times for a conventional
oven when cooking in your appliance.
Cover food with plastic microwave-safe food wrap or an inverted plate before cooking.
Use only microwave safe utensils. The use of metallic cookware, forks, spoons, knives or metal staples and fasteners for
defrosting bags is not recommended.
Always use oven gloves to remove dishes from the oven. Some dishes will absorb the heat from the food and so are hot
to the touch after cooking.
When cooking or reheating items in paper or plastic containers, you should monitor the microwave contents due the
risk of combustion.
If you see smoke inside the microwave, stop the programme, switch off the power at the plug and leave the door closed
to stifle any flames inside the cavity.
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How your appliance works
The microwaves used for cooking are electromagnetic waves.
They are commonly found in our environment in the form of
radio waves, light and infrared rays.
Their frequency is in the 2450 MHz range.
The microwaves are reflected by metals, but travel through
all other materials. They are absorbed by water, fat and sugar
molecules.
Fig. 1
When food is exposed to microwaves, its molecules begin
moving rapidly, causing it to heat up.
The penetration depth of the waves into the food is
approximately 2.5 cm. If the food is thicker, the centre of
the food will be cooked by conduction, as in conventional
cooking.
Please note: The microwaves cause a simple thermal
phenomenon within food and are not harmful to
health.
Using the touch control
The touch controls should be used with the flat of your finger,
rather than the fingertip.
Fig. 2
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Your microwave
Control Panel
A - Control panel
B - Microwave cavity
C - Turntable
D - Door handle
A
B
C
D
Fig. 3
Turntable Operation
The turntable (A in figure 4) rotates to allow food to be
cooked evenly without needing to stop the programme and
turn the food by hand. It rotates in either direction. The
turntable can also be used as a cooking dish. To remove it
after use, lift it using the access areas provided in the base
of the cavity.
If the turntable does not turn, first check that it has not been
turned off (touch - only on microwave and combination
programmes), then ensure all parts of the turntable and
mechanism are correctly in position. Never try to rotate the
turntable by hand. This can damage the drive mechanism (B
in figure 4) and may invalidate your warranty.
You should also check there is nothing obstructing the guide
wheels (C in figure 4).
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A
B
Fig. 4
C
Fitting Out Your Appliance
1. Side racks
The side racks allow three different cooking heights for the
drip tray and shelf (figure 5).
When cooking using the grill or combination grill
programmes, use the drip tray or shelf at height 1 for thick
foods such as roasts, and at height 3 for thin foods such as
bacon or chops.
When cooking using the fan oven or combination fan oven
programmes, use the drip tray or shelf at height 1 or 2
depending on the dish.
Fig. 5
To put the side racks into place, hold the side rack at an angle
(figure 6), locate the top of the side rack in the hooks at
front and back of each side of the cavity, then lower the rack
to vertical.
2. Drip tray
The enamel drip tray can be used for baking cakes or placed
underneath the shelf to collect the juices from grilling (figure
7). Avoid placing roasts or meats directly in the drip tray, as
this will cause significant splattering on the oven walls.
Never use the drip tray on microwave or combination
programmes.
For the best performance, ensure the drip tray is centred on
the side racks – do not push the tray all the way to the back
of the cavity.
Fig. 6
3. Shelf
The metal shelf can be used for toasting, browning and grilling.
The shelf can be used on microwave or combination
programmes. If the food to be cooked is in an aluminium
container, this should be placed on a plate on the shelf. To
not leave metal cookware in contact with the shelf when the
microwave is on.
4. Glass tray
The glass tray can be used as a cooking dish, half-filled with
water as a bain-marie/double boiler, or as an alternate to the
enamel drip tray.
For the best performance, ensure the drip tray is centred on
the side racks – do not push the tray all the way to the back
of the cavity.
Fig. 7
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The Control Panel
A
Fig. 8
B
C
D
E
F
G
A
Power
This key switches on the microwave or cancels the programme
B
Clock
This key activates the timer selection.
C
Temperature
This key activates the temperature selection.
D
Plus and Minus
These keys select the programme type, increase or decrease the times, power levels and temperatures.
E
Auto
This key activates the automatic cooking programmes.
F
Start/Pause
This key starts and pauses cooking, and also switches the childlock on and off.
G
Turntable stop
This key switches off the turntable in any of the microwave or combination programmes.
The Display
A
Fig. 9
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B
C
L
K
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
A
Childlock on
B
Automatic cooking programme
C
Cooking programme selected (Combination, Full power Microwave, Defrost, Keep hot)
D
Clock display
E
Temperature/power level/weight of food
F
Microwave programme
G
Grill programme
H
Fan oven programme
I
Turntable switched on (both lines show) or switched off (only outline shows)
J
Timer display
K
Delayed programme set
L
Cooking time set
General Settings and Use
Clock
To set the clock when the time is flashing (for example, at first
switch on) touch or until the correct time shows on the
display, then touch to confirm the selection. There will be
two beeps to confirm the selection and the clock will stop
flashing.
To set the clock once the time has been set (when the clock
is not flashing) touch , then touch twice until the clock
flashes. Touch or until the correct time shows on
the display, then touch to confirm the selection. The
microwave will beep twice to confirm the selection and the
clock will stop flashing.
Childlock
This appliance is equipped with a childlock to prevent
accidental use. For safety reasons the key will work to
switch the appliance off when the childlock is set.
To switch the childlock on or off, touch and hold for
approximately five seconds until shows in the top left
corner of the display (as shown in figure 10) and there are two
beeps to confirm the selection.
When the childlock is on, shows in the display and will
flash if any key is touched.
Contrast adjustment
To adjust the contrast on the display, touch and then touch
and hold for approximately seven seconds until -CO- shows
on the display as shown in (figure 11). Touch or until the
contrast is at the required level, then touch to confirm the
selection.
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
Minute minder
This appliance is equipped with a minute minder that can
be used when there is no programme selected. The minute
minder can run for a maximum of 60 minutes. To set the
minute minder, touch and then . Touch and until
to start
the required time shows on the display and touch
the minute minder.
The display will show the current time and . At the end
of the countdown, will flash and the appliance will beep
intermittently for approximately 80 seconds. To stop the end
of timer alerts before that time, touch .
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General Settings and Use
Turntable stop
If the food to be cooked or defrosted is too big to allow the
turntable to turn, touch to stop the turntable. This option
is only available on microwave and combination programmes.
The display will show two circles when the turntable is
switched on (figure 12), and one circle when it is switched off
(figure 13).
To switch the turntable back on, touch
again.
Fig. 12
Please note: When the turntable is stopped, you must
ensure the food is turned and stirred regularly during the
programme.
Fig. 13
Two level cooking
You can cook on two levels at once on the 500W microwave programme. One plate
should be on the turntable and the other plate on the shelf at height 3.
The programme times shown below are examples of foods stored at room temperature
or refrigerated foods.
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Food type
Quantity
Cooking time
Foods with an even texture (purée, peas, celery, etc.)
Two 200 g plates
4 - 6 minutes
Foods with an uneven texture, such as casseroles, stews, ravioli etc.
Two 300 g plates
6 - 8 minutes
Quick guide
Touch
Touch or
until the required programme shows on display.
Touch to confirm the programme.
Touch to activate temperature selection (where applicable), touch or until the required temperature shows on display,
then touch to confirm the temperature selection.
To pause a programme which is running, either touch or open the door. To restart the programme, ensure the door is closed
and touch .
To adjust the cooking time during the programme, touch to activate timer selection, touch or until the required time
shows on display, then touch to confirm the timer selection. It is not possible to adjust the timer on the defrost (d02-d04)
programmes.
To cancel a programme, touch
.
At the end of the programme, there will be three beeps.
The current time will show on the display one minute after the programme ends.
Programme
Preset
Power/Temperature available
Maximum cooking time
Microwave full power
1000W
1000W only
60 minutes
Microwave adjustable power
800W
100-1000W
60 minutes
Defrost
D01
Four different defrost programmes (see
Defrost section)
Fan oven
200 ˚
50-250 ˚
9 hours 59 minutes
Full grill
3
1–3
9 hours 59 minutes
Half grill
2
1–3
9 hours 59 minutes
Combination fan oven and microwave
200 ˚
50-250 ˚ in 10 ˚ increments
9 hours 59 minutes
Combination fan oven and full grill
3
1–3
9 hours 59 minutes
Combination fan oven and half grill
2
1–3
9 hours 59 minutes
Keep hot function
80 ˚
35-100 ˚
9 hours 59 minutes
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Programmes
1. 1000W max microwave programme
Touch
Touch once so 1000W and and show on the display.
Touch to confirm the programme.
The cooking time is preset at 30 seconds. To adjust this, touch or until the
required time shows on the display, then touch to confirm the selection. The
programme will start.
2. Variable power level microwave programme
Touch
Touch twice so 800W and and show on the display.
Touch to confirm the programme.
The power level is preset at 800W. To adjust this, touch or until the required
power level shows on the display, then touch to confirm the selection.
Touch to activate timer selection, touch or until the required time shows on
to confirm the timer selection. The programme will start.
display, then touch
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Power level
Use
1000 W / 900 W
Quick reheating of beverages, water and dishes containing a large quantity of liquid.
Cooking dishes containing lots of water (soups, sauces, tomatoes, etc.)
800 W / 700 W
Cooking fresh or frozen vegetables.
600 W
Melting chocolate.
500 W
Cooking fish and seafood. Reheating on two levels.
Cooking dried vegetables at a low heat. Re-heating or cooking delicate egg-based foods.
400 W / 300 W
Cooking dairy products, jams on a low heat.
200 W
Manual defrosting. Softening butter and ice cream.
100 W
Defrosting pastries containing cream.
Programmes
3. Defrost programmes
To defrost using your microwave, follow the steps below: Touch
Touch three times so d01 and
show on the display.
Touch to confirm the defrost programme.
Touch or until the required defrost programme (d01-d04) shows on the display,
then touch to confirm the selection.
For d01, the programme time flashes on the display. For d02-d04 the weight will flash
on the display (100g is the preset weight, and also the minimum available).
Touch or until the required time (d01) or weight (d02-d04) shows on the display,
then touch to confirm the selection. The programme will start.
For d02-d04, the microwave automatically calculates the defrost time from the
programme type and the weight.
This microwave is equipped with four different defrost programmes, as detailed in the
table.
Programme
number
Type of food to defrost
Weight options
available
d01
Any other food or weight not available in programmes d02-d04. This programme
requires that you set the required defrosting time and runs at 200W.
n/a
100-2000g
d02
Meat, poultry, fish and vegetables
d03
Bread
100-500g
d04
Pre-cooked foods
100-2000g
Please note
Foods with a weight over 350g should be turned halfway through defrosting. The
microwave will beep to remind you to turn the food over. Once the food is turned,
close the microwave door and touch to restart the defrosting programme.
Small cuts of meat or fish can be cooked immediately after defrosting.
Larger cuts, such as meat joints or whole fish, may still be slightly frozen at the end of
the defrost programme. You should let them rest for at least the same length of time
again as the defrost programme so that they reach an even temperature.
If the food to be defrosted is too big to allow the turntable to turn, touch to stop
the turntable. If the turntable is switched off, ensure the food is stirred regularly during
defrosting.
Defrost meat and fish by placing it on an upturned saucer on top of a plate to allow the
juices to flow out. If the juices remain in contact with the food, it may overheat.
Food should be removed from its packaging prior to defrosting. Ensure any metal
packaging is removed.
Never refreeze defrosted food, unless it has been cooked after defrosting.
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Programmes
Defrosting times
Foods covered with ice crystals will take longer to defrost. You should increase the
defrosting time accordingly.
The defrost time depends on the shape, size, initial temperature and quality of the
food.
Defrosting guide
Food
Quantity
Time
Recommendations
Flaky or short crust pastry
400 g
1 - 3 minutes
Place on absorbent paper and turn over half way through.
Scallops
500 g
5 - 7 minutes
Place on a plate and stir half way through.
Shelled prawns
100 g
1 - 2 minutes
Whole pink prawns
200 g
2 - 4 minutes
Crayfish/tiger prawns (10)
500 g
6 - 8 minutes
Food
Quantity
Time
Whole fish/darns/fillets/ steaks
100 g
1 - 2 minutes
200 g
3 - 5 minutes
400 g
5 - 7 minutes
500 g
7 - 9 minutes
750 g
12 - 14 minutes
1000 g
17 - 19 minutes
100 g
1 - 2 minutes
200 g
3 - 5 minutes
400 g
5 - 7 minutes
500 g
7 - 9 minutes
750 g
12 - 14 minutes
1000 g
17 - 19 minutes
1250 g
23 - 25 minutes
1500 g
28 - 30 minutes
1750 g
34 - 36 minutes
2000 g
39 - 41 minutes
500 g
7 - 9 minutes
750 g
12 - 14 minutes
Turkey/ pork / veal / beef / poultry
Roasted / sliced / cubed / etc...
Cauliflower / broccoli / carrots / mushrooms / diced mixed vegetables / etc...
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1000 g
17 - 19 minutes
Strawberries
250 g
7 - 9 minutes
Raspberries / cherries
250 g
6 - 8 minutes
Gooseberries / blueberries / blackcurrants
250 g
5 - 7 minutes
Programmes
4 Fan oven programme
The fan oven programme allows you to cook and brown foods just as you would
in a traditional oven. The cooking temperature can be set between 50-250 ˚ in 10 ˚
increments.
Place the food on the shelf on either the first or second height.
Touch
Touch four times so the fan oven programme shows on the display.
The temperature is preset to 200 ˚.
To change the temperature, touch to activate temperature selection, touch or
until the required temperature level shows on display, then touch to confirm the
selection.
To set or adjust the cooking time, touch to activate timer selection so the timer
display shows , touch or until the required time shows on display, then touch
to confirm the timer selection.
To set a delayed programme, touch twice to activate timer selection so the timer
display shows and the time the programme is due to end (current time + cooking
time), touch or until the required time shows on display, then touch to confirm
the timer selection. The timer display will then show planned time for the programme
to end.
To start the programme touch . If a delayed programme is set, the microwave will go
on to standby and will show on the display until the programme starts.
Once the required temperature is reached, the upper bars on the temperature indicator
on the display will stay lit there will be three beeps, a pause, and a further three beeps
to confirm the oven is at the required temperature.
Please note:
On fan oven programmes, use heat resistant dishes, for example pyrex, and protect
your hands when removing dishes after cooking.
Do not defrost food immediately after using the fan oven programme. Wait
approximately ten minutes for the appliance to cool for best results.
It is possible to cook on two levels at once, for example to cook two apple tarts, place
one on the glass drip tray on the first height, and the other on the shelf on the third
height. Ensure that you swap the two dishes halfway through the cooking time for even
results.
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Programmes
Fan oven guide
Food
Temperature
Cooking height
Cooking time
Roast pork (1 kg)
160°C
On the shelf at height 2
90 min
Roast veal (1 kg)
180°C
On the shelf at height 2
70 - 75 min
Roast beef (1 kg)
220°C – preheat required
On the shelf at height 2
38 - 40 min
Lamb (leg, shoulder, 1.5 kg)
180°C
In the drip tray at height 2
50 - 60 min
Poultry (1.2 kg)
180°C
On the shelf at height
170 - 75 min
Large poultry
180°C
On the shelf at height 1
90 - 120 min
Rabbit
230°C
In the drip tray at height 2
40 - 45 min
180°C
In the drip tray at height 2
35 - 45 min
Potatoes au gratin
180°C
On the shelf at height 2
50 - 55 min
Lasagne
180°C
On the shelf at height 2
40 - 45 min
Stuffed tomatoes
180°C
On the shelf at height 2
45 - 55 min
Savoie cake
150°C
On the shelf at height 2
35 - 45 min
Genovese
150°C
On the shelf at height 1
35 - 45 min
Genovese roll
150°C
In the drip tray at height 2
20 – 25 min
Cake
160°C
On the shelf at height 1
40 - 50 min
Biscuits
180°C
In the drip tray at height 2
18 – 22 min
Cookies
160°C
In the drip tray at height 2
20 – 25 min
Cream
160°C
On the shelf at height 2
35 – 45 min
bain-marie /
double boiler
Madeleines
170°C
In the drip tray at height 2
20 - 30 min
Pound cake
170°C
On the shelf at height 2
40 – 50 min
Cheesecake
170°C
On the shelf at height 1, springform
26cm diameter mould
65 – 75 min
Meat
Fish (1,2 kg)
Whole (snapper, salmon, hake)
Vegetables
Pastries
Fan oven guide continues on next page...
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Programmes
Fan oven guide
Food
Temperature
Cooking height
Cooking time
Kugelhopf
180°C
On the shelf at height 1, in a special
mould
45 – 50 min
Choux pastry
180°C
In the drip tray at height 2
35 – 40 min
depending on
size
Short crust tart
200°C
On the shelf at height 2
40 – 45 min
Puff pastry crust tart
250°C – preheat required
On the shelf at height 2
30 – 40 min
Pâté in terrine (1 kg)
190°C
On the shelf at height 1
90 min
Savoury tarts
170°C
On the shelf at height 2 in a 20 cm
mould
55 - 65 min
Stews and casseroles
160°C
On the shelf at height 1, depending
on the dish.
90 - 180 min
Bread (500 g flour)
220°C – preheat required
On the shelf at height 2
25 - 30 min
Pastries
Miscellaneous
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Programmes
5 Full Grill
6 Half Grill
You can use the grill programmes to cook or brown gratinated foods or meats. This
appliance has both full grill and half grill programmes dependent on the amount of
food to be cooked. Each grill programme has three different power levels, 3 for full
heat, 2 for medium heat, 1 for low heat. Level 3 is recommended for grilling meat and
fish, and 2 or 1 for browning and crisping more delicate foods. For best results, you can
use the combined microwave and grill functions on levels 2 or 1.
To grill:
Place the food either on shelf height 2 or 3, depending on the height of the food or
cookware, and place the drip tray directly underneath.
Touch
Touch five or six times so the full or half grill programme show on the display.
The full grill is preset to level 3, the half grill is preset to level 2.
To change the temperature, touch to activate temperature selection, touch or
until the required temperature level shows on display, then touch to confirm the
selection.
To set a cooking time, touch to activate timer selection so the timer display shows
, touch or until the required time shows on display, then touch to confirm the
timer selection.
To set a delayed start time, touch twice to activate timer selection so the timer
display shows , touch or until the required time shows on display, then touch
to confirm the timer selection.
To start the programme touch . If a finish time is set, the appliance will go onto
standby and will show on the display until the programme starts.
Food
Quantity
Time
Sausages or black pudding (these should be pricked with a fork)
4–6
22 - 30 minutes
Pork chops
4
27 - 32 minutes
Lamb chops
4
15 - 17 minutes
Beef rib
800 g
23 - 25 minutes
Smoked belly pork
4 – 6 slices
18 – 25 minutes
Please note:
Ensure you turn the food over half way through cooking.
On grill programmes, use heat resistant cookware, for example pyrex or ceramic, and
protect your hands when removing dishes after cooking.
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Programmes
7. Combination Fan Oven and Microwave programme
The combination fan oven and microwave programme allows you to cook and brown
foods just as you would in a traditional oven but much more quickly than with the
fan oven programme. The cooking temperature can be set between 50-250˚ in 10˚
increments.
Place the food on the shelf on either the first or second height,
Touch
Touch seven times (or four times) so the combination fan oven and microwave
programme and shows on the display.
The temperature is preset to 200˚.
To change the temperature, touch to activate temperature selection, touch or
until the required temperature level shows on display, then touch to confirm the
selection.
To set or adjust the cooking time, touch to activate timer selection so the timer
display shows , touch or until the required time shows on display, then touch
to confirm the timer selection.
To set a delayed programme, touch twice to activate timer selection so the timer
display shows and the time the programme is due to end (current time + cooking
time), touch or until the required time shows on display, then touch to confirm
the timer selection. The timer display will then show the set end time.
To start the programme touch . If a finish time is set, the microwave will go on to
standby and will show on the display until the programme starts.
Please note:
Never preheat the microwave on combination programmes.
Do not use metal cookware on combination programmes.
On fan oven programmes, use heat resistant dishes, for example pyrex, and protect
your hands when removing dishes after cooking.
Do not defrost immediately after using the fan oven programme. Wait approximately
ten minutes for the appliance to cool for best results.
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Programmes
It is possible to cook on two levels at once, for example an 800g roast and 800g
potatoes au gratin at 170˚ for 55 minutes. Place the roast on the glass drip tray at the
third height, and the potatoes on the turntable.
Do not baste roasts prior to cooking to reduce smoke and grease splashes. After the
roast is cooked, season the joint, wrap it in aluminium foil and let it rest for ten minutes
to make the roast juicier.
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Food
Quantity
Programme
Time
Recommendations
Lamb shoulder (boned and tied)
1300 g
MW + Fan oven 200˚
32- 37 minutes
In the drip tray at height 2
Entrecote
800 g
MW + Fan oven 200˚
23 – 28 minutes
In a dish, on the grid at height 2
Chicken, guinea fowl
1200 g
MW + Fan oven 200˚
35 – 40 minutes
In a dish, on the grid at height 1
Roast turkey
800 g
MW + Fan oven 180˚
32 – 37 minutes
In a dish on the grid at height 2
Roast pork
1200 g
MW + Fan oven 180˚
47 – 52 minutes
In a dish on the grid at height 2
Roast veal
1000 g
MW + Fan oven 180˚
37 - 42 minutes
In a dish on the grid at height 2
Programmes
8 Combination Full Grill and Microwave
9 Combination Half Grill and Microwave
You can use the combination grill and microwave programmes to cook or brown
gratinated foods or meats quickly. This microwave has both full grill and half grill
programmes dependent on the amount of food to be cooked. Each combination grill
and microwave programme has three different temperature levels, 3 for full heat, 2 for
medium heat, 1 for low heat.
To grill using your microwave, follow the steps below:
Place the food either on shelf height 2 or 3, depending on the height of the food or
cookware, and place the drip tray directly underneath. Touch
Touch eight or nine times (or three times or twice) so the combination full or half
grill and microwave programme and show on the display.
The full grill is preset to level 3, the half grill is preset to level 2.
To change the temperature, touch to activate temperature selection, touch or
until the required temperature level shows on display, then touch to confirm the
selection.
To set a cooking time, touch to activate timer selection so the timer display shows , touch or until the required time shows on display, then touch to confirm
the timer selection.
To set a delayed start time, touch twice to activate timer selection so the timer
display shows , touch or until the required time shows on display, then touch
to confirm the timer selection.
To start the programme touch . If a finish time is set, the microwave will go onto
standby until the programme starts.
Please note:
Ensure you turn the food over half way through cooking.
On the combination grill and microwave programmes, use microwave-safe, heat
resistant cookware, for example ceramic, as these cause less splashes than glass, and
protect your hands when removing dishes after cooking.
Do not baste roasts prior to cooking to reduce smoke and grease splashes. After the
roast is cooked, season the joint, wrap it in aluminium foil and let it rest for ten minutes
to make the roast juicier.
Food
Quantity
Programme
Time
Lamb shoulder (boned and tied)
1300 g
MW + Half grill on 3
40 - 45 minutes
Entrecote
800 g
MW + Half grill on 3
18 - 23 minutes
Chicken, guinea fowl
1200 g
MW + Full grill on 3
25 - 27 minutes
Roast turkey
800 g
MW + Half grill on 3
27 - 32 minutes
Roast pork
1000 g
MW + Half grill on 3
35 - 40 minutes
Roast veal
1200 g
MW + Half grill on 3
50 - 55 minutes
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Programmes
10. Keep hot programme
This programme will run at a temperature between 35 and 100˚ to keep food warm.
Touch
Touch once (or ten times) so 80˚ and show on the display.
Touch to confirm the programme.
Touch or until the required temperature shows on the display, then touch to
confirm the selection. The programme will start.
If an end time is required, touch
shows on the display, then touch
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and then touch or until the required duration
to confirm the selection.
Programmes
Auto Cook Programmes
This microwave has 12 preset automatic cooking programmes which specify cooking
time and mode based on the food type and weight. The programmes are listed below
along with detailed programme information and recommendations
Programme number
Food type
Weight of food
Function used
P01
Refrigerated ready meals
100-1000g
Microwave
Remove the product from its packaging and place in a suitably sized, heat resistant microwave safe dish. For best results, cover
with plastic microwave food wrap or an inverted plate. Place the dish on the turntable. Wait for two minutes after the end of
the programme to allow the heat to distribute evenly across the food.
P02
Fresh pizza
Fan oven
Remove the pizza from its packaging and place it directly on the shelf at height 2.
P03
Frozen pizza
125-650g
Combination grill and
microwave
Remove the pizza from its packaging and place it directly on the shelf at height 2.
P04
Roast pork
P05
Roast beef
500-2000g
Combination fan oven and
microwave and combination
grill and microwave
Remove the meat from the fridge and allow it to come up to room temperature for one hour before cooking. Place the dish
on the shelf at height 2.
P06
Poultry
500-2000g
Combination fan oven/grill
and microwave
Before cooking, pierce the skin to avoid spitting, then add oil, salt and pepper and sprinkle with herbs if required. To cook a
whole chicken place the dish on the shelf at height 1. Chicken legs (up to 900g) may be placed directly on the glass drip tray,
on the shelf at height 2. Allow the chicken to rest in the oven for five minutes after the end of the programme before serving.
P07
Fish
100-1000g
Microwave
All types of fresh fish can be cooked in the microwave. Fish fillets and steaks can be cooked in one piece, but prior to cooking
whole fish, you are recommended to score the thickest parts for the best results.
Place the fish in a round or oval microwave safe dish, add two to three tablespoons of water, lemon juice or white wine and
then cover with plastic microwave food wrap or an inverted plate. Place the dish directly on the turntable. Season after
cooking.
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Programmes
Auto Cook Programmes
Programme number
Food type
Weight of food
Function used
P08
Fresh fibrous vegetables, e.g.
Brussels sprouts, cabbage,
carrots etc.
100-1000g
Microwave
P09
Vegetables containing a lot
of water, e.g. courgettes,
leek, finely sliced potatoes,
spinach broccoli
P10
Frozen vegetables
For fresh vegetables, place them in a lidded dish and add the following amounts of water: Up to 200g - 2 tablespoons; 200 –
500g – 50ml; 500 – 1000g – 100 ml. Place the dish directly on the turntable. Midway through cooking, ‘turn’ will show on the
display and the microwave will beep to remind you to stir the food. Add fat and season if desired. Wait for two minutes after
the end of the programme to allow the heat to distribute evenly across the food.
P11
Tarts
P12
Quiche
27-30cm diameter, 35
minute fixed time
Combination fan oven and
microwave
Use a heat resistant, microwave safe tart mould, e.g. pyrex or porcelain. If using ready-made pastry, do not remove the
grease-proof paper. Cut the excess paper to the dimensions of the dish. Place the mould on the shelf at height 2. Do not use
a metal mould.
For quiches, begin cooking as soon as the filling has been poured into the pastry case. Do not let the pastry soak or it will not
cook properly.
Touch
Touch
Touch
touch
to activate the auto cook selection. P01 will show on the display.
or
until the required programme (P01-P12) shows on the display, then
to confirm the selection.
The weight will flash on the display. Touch or until the weight of the food
shows on the display, then touch to confirm the selection. The microwave will
automatically set the cooking mode and time, and the programme will start.
Halfway through the programme, the microwave will beep once, and TURN will show
on the display. Open the door, turn the food over, close the door and touch to
continue the programme.
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Programmes
Function suitability tests
The International Electrotechnical Commission, SC.59K, has established a standard for
comparative performance tests conducted on various microwave ovens.
Below are the details of the function suitability tests performed in accordance with
IEC/EN/NF EN 60705.
Test
Load
Approx. time
Power level / temperature
Cookware / Tips
Egg custard
(12.3.1)
1000 g
16 - 18 min
500 W
Pyrex 227
On the turntable
750 g
13 - 15 min
Savoie cake
(12.3.2)
475 g
6 - 7 min
700 W
Pyrex 827
On the turntable
Meatloaf
(12.3.3)
900 g
14 min
700 W
Pyrex 838
Cover with plastic film
On the turntable
Defrosting meat
(13.3)
500 g
11 – 12 min
200 W
On the turntable
Defrosting
raspberries
(B.2.1)
250 g
6 – 7 min
200 W
On a flat plate
On the turntable
Potatoes au gratin
(12.3.4)
1100 g
23 – 25 min
Combination full grill and
microwave power level 2 or 3
Pyrex 827
On the turntable
Chicken
(12.3.6)
1200 g
24 – 26 min
Combination full grill and
microwave power level 3
Place on the shelf and drip tray
Place on the first level
Turn half-way through
35 - 40 min
Combination fan oven and
microwave 200˚
In a glazed earthenware dish.
Place on the shelf on the first
level up from the bottom
20 min
Combination fan oven and
microwave 200˚
Pyrex 828
Place on the shelf at height 1
Cake
(12.3.5)
700 g
Pyrex 220
On the turntable
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Cleaning and Maintenance
IMPORTANT:
Always disconnect the appliance from the power supply before undertaking any cleaning or maintenance.
You should always allow the oven to cool fully after use before undertaking any cleaning or maintenance.
You should only use non-abrasive cleaners. Any abrasive cleaners (including Cif) will scratch the surface and could erase
the control panel markings. You should not use cleaning products with a chlorine or acidic base.
Any spillages should be cleaned off immediately, especially any alkaline or acidic substances (lemon juice, vinegar etc.)
Stainless steel
Stainless steel can be effectively cleaned by simply using a dilute solution of water and mild detergent and drying to a
shine with a clean cloth. Proprietary stainless steel cleaners are available. We recommend the CDA E-Cloth available
from the CDA Sales Team for cleaning stainless steel surfaces.
Enamelled parts
All enamelled parts must be cleaned with a sponge and soapy water only, or other non-abrasive products. Suitable
proprietary chemical cleaners may be used after first consulting with the manufacturer’s recommendations and testing
a small sample on the oven cavity.
Inside the oven
It is recommended that the interior of the oven be cleaned after every use using suitable products, especially if any
spillage has occurred. The shelves, turntable and turntable support can be removed and washed by hand or in the
dishwasher. Ensure the turntable support and turntable are replaced before use.
For stubborn stains, boil a cup of water in the oven for 2 to 3 minutes. Steam will soften the marks prior to cleaning.
To remove odours from the oven, add some lemon juice to a cup of water, place the cup on the turntable and allow it to
boil for a few minutes.
When used regularly, the grill element does not need cleaning as the intense heat will burn off any splashes. The
interior ceiling may need regular cleaning, which should be done with warm water, detergent and a sponge. If the grill
is not used regularly, it should be run for 10 minutes every month to burn off any splashes, in order to reduce the risk
of fire.
PLEASE NOTE: Steam cleaners must not be used to clean this appliance.
Do not store flammable material in the oven.
Do not allow grease or food particles to build up around the door.
When correctly installed, your product meets all safety requirements laid down for this type of product.
However, special care should be taken around the rear or the underneath of the appliance as these areas
are not designed or intended to be touched and may contain sharp or rough edges that could cause injury.
The light bulb must only be replaced by authorised service personnel. In the event of light bulb failure, contact CDA
Customer Care.
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Installation
The appliance can be installed under a worktop or in a wall
unit (open or closed) with the appropriate dimensions for
recessed installation.
7
54
3
460
544
456
Do not use your appliance immediately after moving it from a
cold location, as condensation may cause a malfunction. Wait
approximately 1-2 hours before use.
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Centre the oven in the unit so as to ensure a minimum
distance of 10mm between the appliance and the surrounding
unit. The material of the unit supporting the appliance must
be heat resistant (or covered with a heat resistant material).
For greater stability, attach the oven to the unit with two
screws through the holes provided on the side panels.
If the appliance is to be installed under a worktop, ensure the
top rail has been removed to provide free airflow around the
product.
7
54
456
3
458
544
458 450
445
Fig. 14
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Mains Electricity Connection
Warning! This appliance must be earthed
We recommend that the appliance is connected by a qualified electrician, who is a
member of the N.I.C.E.I.C. and who will comply with the I.E.E. and local regulations.
This appliance is intended to be connected to fixed wiring and is not suitable for
connection to a 13A plug or 13A supply.
This appliance is intended to be connected to fixed wiring by a double pole switch,
having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles. The switch must be positioned
no further than 2m from the appliance.
This appliance is supplied with a 3 core mains cable; the wires are in accordance with the
following code:
Green and Yellow = Earth
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Live
Green/yellow
Blue
Brown
Fig. 15
N L
Please note:
• The mains cable must only be replaced by a qualified electrician or service engineer and must be of equivalent or better rating (i.e. 1.5mm2, HO5V2V2-F).
• The marking of the current rating of the fuse or circuit breaker protecting this appliance should be marked on the socket outlet (16A).
• Assembly and electrical connection should be carried out by specialised personnel.
• When installing this product we recommend you seek the help of another individual. • The mains isolation switch must be accessible after installation.
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To contact our Customer Care Department, or for Service,
please contact us on the details below.
Passionate about style
Customer Care Department • The
Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY
T : 01949 862 012 F : 01949 862 003 E : service@cda.eu W : www.cda.eu