Instructions for use
OVEN
OCS8487S / BO4CS2F3-42
OCS8487A / BO4CS2F3-42
OCS8687S / BO6SA2F3-42
OCS8687A / BO6SA2F3-42
EN
Manual
Pictograms used
Important information
Tip
EN 3 - EN 51
YOUR OVEN
Your oven
Initial use
Operation
Use
Cleaning
Solving problems
Introduction4
Control panel
5
Description6
Guide rails/Telescopic guide rails
6
Accessories7
Door8
Cooling fan
8
Main functions
8
Keys10
Navigation11
What to do first
13
Selecting your function
Functions settings mode
Progress mode
Finish display
Changing settings during the progress
16
16
18
18
19
Functions table
20
Steam function
25
Steam tables
28
Culisensor31
Settings menu
33
Plus menu
34
Cooking information
36
Fast preheat
36
Delayed start
37
Gratin37
Stage cooking
37
Go to manual cooking
38
Programs and Favourites
38
Egg timer
39
Child lock
39
Warming40
Defrost40
Cleaning the appliance
41
Steam clean
41
Cleaning the Water Tank Filter
42
Descaling42
Removing and cleaning the guide rails
43
Replacing the oven light bulb
43
Removing the oven door
44
Removing the oven door glass
45
General47
Your oven and the environment
Cooking test
Disposing of the appliance and the packaging
49
Food tested in compliance with the EN 60350-1 standard
50
EN 3
YOUR OVEN
Introduction
Congratulations on choosing this ASKO steam oven.
This product is designed to offer simple operation and optimum
user-friendliness. The oven has a wide range of settings, enabling you
to select the correct cooking method every time.
This manual shows how you can best use this oven. In addition to
information about operating the oven, you will also find background
information that may be useful when using the appliance.
Please read the separate safety instructions
carefully before using the appliance!
Read this manual before using the appliance and keep it in a safe
place for future use.
Installation instructions are supplied separately.
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YOUR OVEN
Control panel
2 3 4 5 1 6 7 8 9
10
12
13
14
15
11
16
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18
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1. Function knob (in ‘Off’ position)
2. Defrost
3. Programs & Favourites
4. Fast preheat
5. Oven
6. Steam
7. Combi steam
8. Warming
9. Steam clean
10. Display
11. Selection knob
12. On/off key and stop key (cancel)
13. Light key
14. Timer key
15. Navigation key left*
16. Navigation key right*
17. Plus key
18. Water reservoir key
19. Confirm key
* pressing 15+16 activates Child lock
Note:
The keys respond best if you touch them with a large area of your
fingertip. Every time you press a key during use, a short acoustic signal
will sound.
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YOUR OVEN
Description
1. Control panel
2. Water reservoir cover
2. Oven levels
3. Oven door
4. Door handle
1
2
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
3
Level 2
Level 1
4
5
Guide rails/Telescopic guide rails
• The oven has four or five guide rails (Level 1 to 4/5), depending on
the model. Level 1 is mainly used in combination with bottom heat.
The two upper levels are mainly used for the grill function.
• Place the oven rack, baking tray or steam dish in the gap between
the guide rail sliders.
• A number of shelf levels can have fully-retractable telescopic guide
rails, depending on the model.
▷▷ Pull the telescopic guide rails out of the oven cavity completely
and place the oven rack / baking tray / steam dish on them.
Then slide the oven rack / baking tray / steam dish on the
telescopic guide rails, back into the oven cavity.
▷▷ Only close the oven door when the telescopic guide rails have
been returned completely back into the oven cavity.
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YOUR OVEN
Accessories
Your appliance is accompanied by a range of accessories, depending
on the model. Only use original accessories; they are specially suited
to your appliance.
Note: not all accessories are suitable/available for every appliance
(it may also differ by country). When purchasing, always provide the
exact identification number of your appliance. Please see the sales
brochures or check online for more details about optional accessories.
Accessories that can be supplied with your appliance (depending on the model)
Enamelled baking tray; to be used for pastries and cakes.
• Do not use the enamelled baking tray for microwave functions!
• Suitable for pyrolysis cleaning.
Oven rack; mainly used for grilling. A steam dish or pan with food
can also be placed on the oven rack.
• The oven rack is equipped with a safety peg. Lift the rack slightly
at the front to slide it out of the oven.
• Do not use the oven rack for microwave functions!
Deep enamelled baking tray; to be used for roasting meat and
baking moist pastry. It can also be used as a drip tray. Place
the deep baking tray into the first level for use as a drip tray
during grilling.
• Do not use the deep enamelled baking tray for microwave
functions!
• Suitable for pyrolysis cleaning.
Glass baking tray; for microwave and oven use.
• NOT suitable for pyrolysis cleaning.
Non-perforated steam dish; 40 mm deep (useful for collecting
moisture during steaming).
• Note: discolouration may occur at temperatures above 180 °C!
This will not influence the proper function of the oven.
Perforated steam dish; 40 mm deep (useful for steam settings).
• Note: discolouration may occur at temperatures above 180 °C!
This will not influence the proper function of the oven.
Perforated steam dish; 1/3GN.
Perforated steam dish; 1/2GN.
• Note: discolouration may occur at temperatures above 180 °C!
This will not influence the proper function of the oven.
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YOUR OVEN
Accessories that can be supplied with your appliance (depending on the model)
• The steam dishes can be used simultaneously on two levels
(i.e., the non-perforated steam dish on Level 1 and the perforated
steam dish on Level 2).
• For steaming you can place the perforated steam dish in the nonperforated steam dish. They can only be used together on a level
with telescopic guide rails.
Culisensor; can be used to measure the core temperature of the
dish. When the desired temperature is reached, the cooking process
will be stopped automatically.
Door
• The door switches interrupt the operation of the steam oven when
the door is opened during use. The oven continues operating when
the door is closed.
• This oven has a ‘Soft close door system’. When closing the oven
door, this system dampens the movement, from a certain angle, and
silently closes the oven door.
Cooling fan
The appliance is equipped with a cooling fan that cools the casing and
control panel.
Main functions
With the function knob you can select the main functions of your oven.
Setting
Description
Off/standby mode
EN 8
YOUR OVEN
Oven
Hot air
Hot air + bottom heat
Bottom + top heat
Large grill
Grill
Large grill + fan
Upper heat
Bottom heat
Bottom heat + fan
Pro roasting
Eco hot air
Fast preheat
Programs and favourites
Favourites
Programs
Defrost
Manual defrost
Steam
Steam
Low temperature
Sous vide
Combi steam
Hot air + steam density 1
Hot air + steam density 2
Hot air + steam density 3
Warming
Regenerate
Plate warming
Keep warm
Steam clean
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YOUR OVEN
Keys
In the table below you can find the discription of the different keys.
Keys
Description of the keys
Stop key:
- Press short: cancel operation or go one step back in
the menu.
- Press long: turn the appliance off or on.
Light key:
- To turn the cavity light on or off.
Egg timer
- The egg timer can be used independent of the oven
function.
- The longest possible timer setting is 23:59.
Navigation key left
- To move the active area to the left.
Navigation key right
- To move the active area to the right.
Plus key
- To open or exit the settings menu (in standbymode).
- To open or exit the plus menu with the extra options
possible at that moment (in on-mode).
Child lock
- Press and hold the left navigation key and right
navigation key simultaniously to lock the appliance.
Water reservoir key
- To open the water reservoir hatch.
Confirm key
- To confirm all the white settings/elements in the
screen.
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YOUR OVEN
Navigation
active area
function knob
stop key
navigation keys
confirm key
selection knob
By turning the function knob away from the 0-position, the icon of the
chosen main function is lit. The display will show the icon and name
of the activated function for about 1,5 seconds. Next you will see the
chosen main function and sub-function at the top of the display in the
feedback bar. Also the function settings mode will become active (grey
background). In this activated area you can select your settings using
the selection knob.
OVEN l HOT AIR
14:30
180 °C
Within every menu the navigation is as follows:
• Use the navigation keys or press the selection knob to move the
active area (grey background).
• The setting in the active area can be changed by turning the
selection knob (left = decrease, right = increase). The setting will be
saved automaticallly.
• When all elements in the screen are set, then confirm these settings
by pressing the confirm key (this key will start blinking when it is
possible to start the program).
• Press the stop key to go one step back in the menu.
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YOUR OVEN
At the top of the display is a feedback bar. This bar shows where you
are in the menu and what setting you are changing. Functions / settings
are separated with a vertical line.
SETTINGS l GENERAL l SOUND l KEY SOUND
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INITIAL USE
What to do first
• Clean the oven interior and accessories with hot water and
washing-up liquid. Do not use aggressive cleaning agents, abrasive
sponges and similar.
• The oven will emit a particular odor when it is used for the first time;
this is normal. Make sure that there is good ventilation during initial
use.
When the appliance is plugged in for the first time or after the appliance
was disconnected from the mains for a longer period of time, you have
to set ‘Language’, ‘Date’, ‘Time’ and ‘Water hardness’.
Setting the language
LANGUAGE
English
Deutsch
In case you are not comfortable with the language on the display, you
can select another language. The default setting is ‘English’.
1. Turn the selection knob and select your preferred language from the
displayed list.
2. Confirm the setting by pressing the confirm key.
The next screen will be displayed.
Setting the date
DATE l DAY
01
02
01
2015
1. Turn the selection knob and change the first setting (Day).
2. Confirm this setting by pressing the right navigation key or by
pressing the selection knob.
3. Turn the selection knob and change the next setting (Month).
4. Confirm this setting by pressing the right navigation key or by
pressing the selection knob.
5. Turn the selection knob and change the last setting (Year).
6. Confirm this setting by pressing the confirm key.
The next screen will be displayed.
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INITIAL USE
Setting the time
TIME l HOUR
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00
1. Turn the selection knob and change the hours.
2. Confirm this setting by pressing the right navigation key or by
pressing the selection knob.
3. Turn the selection knob and change the minutes.
4. Confirm this setting by pressing the confirm key.
Setting the water hardness
WATER HARDNESS
1 red
Soft water
The water hardness must be set prior to initial use.
If the water is softer or harder than the default setting, you can alter the
set hardness level.
Checking the water hardness
You can measure water hardness using the ‘paper test strip’ supplied
with your appliance. For information about water hardness in your
region please contact your local water board.
Using the ‘paper test strip’
Dip the test strip in water for 1 second. Wait 1 minute and read the
number of bars on the paper strip. Check the table for the correct water
hardness setting.
Setting the water hardness
1. Compare the test strip with the image on the display.
2. Turn the selection knob until the bars on the screen correspond
with those on the test strip.
3. Press the confirm button to save the set water hardness.
The equipment has now been programmed so that the descaling
notification will appear in accordance with the actual water hardness.
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INITIAL USE
Display
1
Test strip
number/colour
of the bars
4 green bars
Type
Very soft water
PPM
French
hardness (°df)
German
hardness (°dH)
0 - 90
0-9
0-5
2
1 red bar
Soft water
90 -178
9 - 18
5 - 10
3
2 red bars
Rather hard water
178 - 267
18 - 26
10 - 15
4
3 red bars
Hard water
267 - 356
26 - 35
15 - 20
5
4 red bars
Very hard water
> 356
> 35
> 20
All the start-up settings are now set and the display will show the
standby screen. The appliance is now ready for use.
The language, time, date and water hardness can be adjusted in the
settings menu (see ‘Settings menu’ chapter). The settings menu can be
opened from the start display via the ‘Plus’ menu.
Standby display
The standby display will show the time, date, cavity temperature (if
this is higher than 80 °C) and the timer (if set). The appliance goes to
standby mode after:
• Turning the function knob to 0 (‘off’ position).
• Pressing the stop key multiple times (deeper in the menu).
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05
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2015
12 : 00
Off mode
• Default the appliance will shut down after no action for a set time of
30 minutes.
• Press and hold the stop key to shut down the appliance manually.
Switching on the appliance
• Press and hold the stop key to switch on the appliance.
• The appliance can also be switched on by turning the function knob
to a function.
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OPERATION
Selecting your function
Select a function appropriate for the meal you are cooking. Consult the
table in chapter ‘Functions table’ to see which functions are available.
• Go directly to the progress mode by pressing the confirm key (this
key is blinking if it is possible to start the program).
After you have chosen a main function, the function settings mode is
active (grey background). In this activated area, it is now possible to
change the settings in this funtion.
Function settings mode
Example (Oven/Hot air + bottom heat/40 minutes)
1. Choose a main function by turning the function knob.
The first sub-function setting becomes active.
OVEN l HOT AIR
14:30
180 °C
Now the settings can be changed as desired. There is the possibility to
set:
• The function (consult the table in chapter ‘Functions table’).
• The temperature.
• The time.
2. Turn the selection knob and change the setting.
OVEN l HOT AIR + BOTTOM HEAT
14:30
200 °C
3. Confirm the setting by pressing the right navigation key or by
pressing the selection knob.
The next sub-function setting becomes active.
OVEN l TEMPERATURE
14:30
195
200
200°C°C
205
4. Turn the selection knob and change the setting.
OVEN l TEMPERATURE
14:30
205
210
200°C°C
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OPERATION
5. Confirm the setting by pressing the right navigation key or by
pressing the selection knob.
The next sub-function setting becomes active.
OVEN l COOKING TIME
14:30
210 °C
▷▷ The timer icon shows that there is no timer necessary for this
function. Press the confirm key to start the program directly with
the chosen settings (see step 7).
▷▷ To set the timer, go to step 6.
▷▷ If there is a timer necessary for a current function, the default
timer setting is displayed instead of the timer icon.
6. Turn the selection knob and change the setting.
OVEN l COOKING TIME
14:30
210 °C
0:39
0:40 H:M
0:41
▷▷ H:M notation.
7. If preferred, select any additional setting using the plus menu (for
example fast preheat). See for more information chapter ‘Plus
menu’.
8. If the chosen function involves steam, then the tank must be filled
with clean water before starting the program.
9. Start the program: press the confirm key to go to the progress
mode.
The program will start with the chosen settings; the oven will go to
the progress mode and the progress screen is shown.
14:30
HOT AIR + BOTTOM
210 °C
0:40
15:10
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OPERATION
Progress mode
• Left side on the screen, the temperature is displayed (if the set
temperature is not reached, the temperature will switch between
cavity temp (grey) and set temp (white)). If the set temperature is
reached a pop-up will appear ‘set temperature is reached’.
• Right side on the screen, the time (counting down) or the progress
time (counting up if no time was set) is displayed. Next to the
cooking time you can see the finishing time.
14:30
HOT AIR + BOTTOM
210 °C
0:40
15:10
• If preheating is chosen, the progress mode will first show the
preheating display (preheating in the feedback bar and the
preheating icon). All settings are displayed only the colours are
switched. The cavity temperature is white and the chosen settings
are grey. If the set temperature is reached, a pop-up will appear:
‘Set temperature is reached. Insert dish’.
14:30
HOT AIR + BOTTOM
210 °C
0:40
15:10
Finish display
When the timer is finished, the ‘finish display’ will appear. Now it is
possible to:
• Stop the progress.
• Add extra time.
• Gratin (if applicable).
• Save as favourite.
FINISH l ENJOY
14:30
Stop the progress
1. Press the confirm key.
The finish display will be closed and the standby screen will be
shown.
▷▷ If there is no action within 10 minutes, the display will switch to
standby mode.
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OPERATION
Add extra time
1. Press the right navigation key to select ‘Add extra time’.
2. The time setting becomes active and can be changed directly by
rotating the selection knob.
3. Confirm by means of the confirm key.
The previous process is activated again.
Gratin
1. Press the right navigation key to select ‘Gratin’.
Grill settings will be shown.
2. The temperature (default 200 °C) and time can be set or the
program can be started directly by pressing the confirm key (time
will start counting up).
After confirmation with the confirm key the progress screen will be
shown.
Save as favourite
1. Press the right navigation key to select ‘Save as favourite’.
The next screen will show 10 positions where the program can be
positioned.
2. Select a position for your recipe by rotating the selection knob and
press the confirm key to save it.
3. Give the recipe a name. Rotate the selection knob to select the
appropriate letter and press the selection knob to confirm and go to
the next letter.
▷▷ You can delete a character by means of the backspace function
in the character list (arrow).
4. Press the confirm key to save the recipe.
Changing settings during the progress
• During progress, pressing the navigation keys will show the active
area. The selected setting can now be changed, see chapter
‘Function settings mode’.
• After confirmation with the confirm key the progress screen will be
shown with the changed settings.
• After 5 seconds without actions the progress settings are cancelled
and the display will return to the progress screen.
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USE
Functions table
Consult the table to choose the desired function. Also consult the
instructions for preparation on the dish packaging.
• Only use glass dishes that can withstand temperatures
of 230 °C.
Function
Description
Oven functions
Hot Air
•Heating by means of hot air from the back of the
oven.
•This mode provides uniform heating and is ideal
for baking.
•Place the baking tray or oven rack on level 2.
•Suggested temperature: 180 °C
•Preheating is recommended.
Hot Air + Bottom Heat
•Heating by means of hot air from the back of the
oven and the bottom heating element.
•This mode can be used to bake pizza, moist
pastry, fruitcakes, leavened dough and short
crust.
•Place the baking tray or oven rack on level 2.
•Suggested temperature: 200 °C
•Preheating is recommended.
2
2
Top + Bottom Heat
•Heating by means of the upper and lower heating
elements.
•This mode can be used for traditional baking and
roasting.
•Place the baking tray or oven rack on level 2.
•Suggested temperature: 200 °C
•Preheating is recommended.
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USE
Function
Description
Large Grill
•Heating by means of the upper element and grill
element.
•This mode can be used with dishes and baked
goods that require a distinctive bottom crust or
browning. Use just before the end of the baking or
roasting time.
•Place the the oven rack on level 4 and the baking
tray on level 2.
•Maximum allowed temperature: 230 °C
•Monitor the cooking process at all times. The dish
may burn quickly due to the high temperature.
•Preheating is recommended.
4
2
Grill
•Heating by means of the grill element.
•This mode can be used for grilling a smaller
amount of open sandwiches, beer sausages, and
for toasting bread.
•Place the oven rack is on level 4 and the baking
tray on level 2.
•Maximum allowed temperature: 230 °C
•Monitor the cooking process at all times. The dish
may burn quickly due to the high temperature.
•Preheating is recommended.
4
2
Large grill + Fan
•Heating by means of the top heating elements.
The heat is distributed by the fan.
•This mode can be used for grilling meat, fish and
vegetables.
•Place the oven rack on level 4 and the baking tray
on level 2.
•Suggested temperature: 170 °C
•Monitor the cooking process at all times. The dish
may burn quickly due to the high temperature.
•Preheating is recommended.
4
2
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USE
Function
Description
Top Heat
•Heating only by means of the upper heating
element.
•This mode can be used when you wish to bake/
roast the top part of your dish.
•Place the baking tray or oven rack on level 2.
•Suggested temperature: 150 °C
2
Bottom Heat
•Heating only by means of the lower heating
element.
•This mode can be used with dishes and baked
goods that require a distinctive bottom crust or
browning.
•Place the baking tray or oven rack on level 2.
•Use just before the end of the baking or roasting
time.
•Suggested temperature: 160 °C
Bottom Heat + Fan
•Heating by means of the lower heating element.
The heat is distributed by the fan.
•This mode can be used for baking low leavened
cakes, as well as for preservation of fruit and
vegetables.
•Place a not too high baking tray on level 2, so that
hot air can also circulate over the upper surface
of the food.
•Suggested temperature: 180 °C
Pro Roasting
•Heating by means of the upper heating element
in combination with the grill heating element and
hot air.
•This mode can be used for roasting all types of
meat.
•Suggested temperature: 180 °C
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2
3
2
USE
Function
Description
ECO Hot air
•Heating by means of hot air. ECO hot air uses less
energy but gives the same result as the hot air
setting. Cooking takes a few minutes longer.
•This mode can be used for roasting meat and
baking pastry.
•Place the tray on level 2.
•Suggested temperature: 180 °C
•This setting makes use of the residual heat
(heating is not on the whole time) to achieve
low energy consumption (in accordance with
energy class EN 60350-1). In this mode the actual
temperature in the oven is not displayed.
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Steam functions
Steam
•Heating by means of steam.
•See chapter ‘Steam function’ for more
information.
•Steam of 100 °C is sprayed into the oven cavity at
regular intervals.
•This mode can be used to steam vegetables,
eggs, fruit and rice, for example.
Steam - Low temperature
•Heating by means of steam.
•See chapter ‘Steam function’ for more
information.
•Steam is sprayed into the oven cavity at regular
intervals.
•This menu can be used to steam vegetables and
fish, to keep food warm and defrost food.
Sous vide
•Heating by means of steam.
•See chapter ‘Steam function’ for more
information.
•The vacuum-sealed food is slow-cooked at a low
temperature.
•With this method the food’s flavour, vitamins and
minerals are preserved. Vacuum sealing gives the
dish a longer shelf life.
•Use this function to cook vegetables, fruit, meat,
poultry and fish.
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USE
Function
Description
Combi steam functions
Hot air + Steam density 1 / 2 / 3
High 3
Medium 2
Low 1
•Heating by means of hot air in combination with
steam.
•The steam is sprayed into the oven cavity at regular
intervals.
•This mode can be used for baking types of pastry
such as puff pastry, brioche pastry, yeast dough
buns, French bread, gratins and roasting meat.
The hot steam ensures a nice crispy brown top
and an airy texture. Meat and fish remain nice and
juicy inside. For this mode always make sure that
the water reservoir is filled with fresh water.
•HIGH: cooking escalopes, steaks and smaller
chuncks of meat
•MEDIUM: reheating cool/frozen meals, cooking
fish fillets and vegetables au gratin
•LOW: cooking large chuncks of meat (roast, whole
chicken), baking risen dough (bread and rolls),
cooking lasagna etc.
Extra functions
Warming
•Plate warming: this function is used for warming
tableware, so that the served food stays hotter for
longer.
•Keep warm: this mode is used to keep already
cooked dishes warm.
•Regenerate: this mode is used to warm already
cooked dishes. The use of steam means there is
no loss of quality. Taste and texture are preserved
as though the dish is freshly-cooked. Various
dishes can be regenerated simultaneously.
Steam clean
•With this function and a damp cloth, you can
easily remove grease and dirt from the oven walls.
•Use this function only when the oven has cooled
down fully. Steam is sprayed into the oven cavity
at regular intervals.
•After soaking, food residues can be removed
using a damp cloth.
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USE
Function
Description
Defrost
•With this function, the air circulates by means of
the fan. The air will be heated to a temperature
of 30 °C.
•Use this function to defrost frozen dishes.
Programs and Favourites
•Programs: for baking and roasting. Select a dish
from a list of pre-programmed dishes.
•Favourites: Select your own stored recipes.
Fast preheat
•With this function, the oven cavity is quickly
heated to the desired temperature. Do not use this
setting when you have a dish in the oven.
Steam function
Steam cooking
Healthy and natural, steam cooking retains the colour and taste of the
dish. No odors are released using this cooking method.
It is not necessary to add salt or extra herbs to the water in the
reservoir.
Note: The water system empties each time the steam function is
finished. This action is audiable and is part of the steam oven’s normal
operation.
Advantages of steam cooking
• Steam cooking (stewing, cooking, roasting) starts before the oven
cavity temperature reaches 100 °C.
• Slow cooking (stewing, cooking, roasting) is also possible at lower
temperatures. It is healthy: vitamins and minerals are preserved as only
a small proportion of these dissolve in the hot moisture of the dish.
• It is not necessary to add any form of fat or oil during steam cooking.
• Steam retains the taste of the dish.
• Steam does not distribute smell or taste, enabling meat or fish to
be cooked together with vegetables.
• Steam is also suitable for blanching, defrosting and warming or
keeping a dish warm.
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USE
Sous vide
Using the sous vide steam function:
• Vacuuming
▷▷ First vacuum the food in plastic using a vacuuming machine.
This process removes most of the air from the plastic bag. The
bag preserves nutrients and taste during cooking, resulting in
food that is juicier, softer and tastier.
• Vacuum cooking
▷▷ Cook the dish at the correct temperature and the correct time
using the oven’s Sous Vide steam setting (see ‘Recipes and
cooking times’).
▷▷ Most dishes can be kept at serving temperature (around 60 °C)
for a few hours, which makes mise en place very easy: you simply
remove the dish from the oven when you need it.
Filling the water reservoir
Always fill the reservoir prior to using a steam function.
Use clean and cold tap water, bottled water without added minerals or
distilled water suitable for consumption.
1. Press the ‘water reservoir’ key to open the water reservoir cover.
2. Use the handle to remove the reservoir from the oven.
3. Remove the water reservoir lid and clean the water reservoir with
clean water.
4. Fill the reservoir with water up to the ‘MAX’ mark on the reservoir
(around 1.2 litres).
5. Push the water reservoir back in the oven until a click is heard
(position switch is activated).
6. Close the water reservoir cover.
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Any water remaining in the steam system after cooking will be pumped
back into the water reservoir. Empty, clean and dry the water reservoir
after using the steam function. Only fill the reservoir just prior to using it!
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Steam tables
Steam and Low temperature steam
Use the settings and times in this table as guide lines for steaming.
Always fill the water tank with fresh water to the maximum level.
Temperature
Time
(min.)
Accessory (shelf level)
Broccoli Florets
100 °C
12 - 16
Perforated steam dish (2)
Whole Carrots
100 °C
25 - 30
Perforated steam dish (2)
Sliced Vegetables (pepper,
courgettes, carrots, onions)
100 °C
15 - 20
Perforated steam dish (2)
Green Beans
100 °C
20 - 25
Perforated steam dish (2)
Asparagus
100 °C
15 - 20
Perforated steam dish (2)
Whole Vegetables
(artichokes, whole cauliflower, corn
on the cob)
100 °C
25 - 35
Perforated steam dish (2)
Peeled Potatoes (cut into quarters)
100 °C
25 - 35
Perforated steam dish (2)
Fish Fillet (2 cm thickness)
80 °C
15 - 20
Perforated steam dish in a
non-perforated steam dish (2)
Prawns (raw/uncooked)
100 °C
10 - 14
Perforated steam dish in a
non-perforated steam dish (2)
Chicken Breast
100 °C
23 - 28
Perforated steam dish in a
non-perforated steam dish (2)
Boiled Eggs (hardboiled)
100 °C
15 - 20
Non-perforated steam dish (2)
Frozen Yeast Dumplings
100 °C
25 - 30
Perforated steam dish (2)
White Rice (basmati or pandan)
(add double quantity of water)
100 °C
30 - 35
Non-perforated steam dish (2)
Fruit Compote
(use a flat round glass pyrex, add 1
teaspoon sugar and 2 tbsp. water)
100 °C
25 - 35
Baking tray or oven rack (2)
Flan/Crème (6 dessert dishes,
each 100 ml, cover dishes with foil)
90 °C
20 - 30
Baking tray or oven rack (2)
Egg Custard (use a large flat glass
pyrex dish, cover dish with foil)
90 °C
30 - 40
Baking tray or oven rack (2)
Dish
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COMBI: Hot air + Steam level 1, 2, 3
Use the settings and times in this table as guide lines for baking and
roasting. Always fill the water tank with fresh water to the maximum
level.
Temperature
Steam
level
Time (min.)
Accessory
(shelf level)
Puff Pastry Stripes
(add grated cheese)
200 °C
1
15 - 20
Baking tray (1)
Croissants (all ready
made croissant
dough)
180 °C
1
17 - 23
Baking tray (1)
Homemade Bread
180 °C
(preheating)
2
30 - 40
Oven rack (1)
Vegetable Gratin /
Potato Gratin
160-180 °C
2
35 - 50
Oven rack (2)
Roast Beef, 1 kg
Medium-welldone
1st stage: 180 °C
2nd stage: 180 °C
(preheating)
3
3
1. stage: 25 - 35
2. stage: 25 - 35
Oven rack (2) /
Baking tray (1)
200 °C
3
20 - 25
Oven rack (2) /
Baking tray (1)
Whole Chicken
1st stage: 210 °C
2nd stage: 210 °C
1
1. stage: 30 - 40
2. stage: 20 - 30
Oven rack (2) /
Baking tray (1)
Chicken Pieces
1st stage: 210 °C
2nd stage: 210 °C
3
1. stage: 20 - 30
2. stage: 20 - 30
Oven rack (2) /
Baking tray (1)
Dish
Oven Fish
• Preheating is recommended.
• Turning over the dish is recommended between 1st stage and 2nd
stage.
• If you open the door while oven is operating, the oven pauses the
program. Close the door to resume the program.
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Sous Vide table
Sous Vide cooking is cooking vacuum-packed food at low constant
temperature over a long period of time.
Temperature
Time (min.)
Accessory (shelf level)
Beef fillet medium (4 cm thickness)
60 °C
110 - 120
Oven rack (2)
Beef fillet well done (4 cm thickness)
65 °C
90 - 100
Oven rack (2)
Lamb rare (3 cm thickness)
60 °C
180 - 190
Oven rack (2)
Lamb medium (3 cm thickness)
65 °C
105 - 115
Oven rack (2)
Chicken breast boneless (3 cm thickness)
70 °C
70 - 80
Oven rack (2)
Duck boneless (2 cm thickness)
70 °C
75 - 85
Oven rack (2)
Turkey boneless (2 cm thickness)
70 °C
75 - 85
Oven rack (2)
Sea bass (4 fillets/1 cm thickness)
70 °C
25
Oven rack (2)
Cod fish (2 fillets/2 cm thickness)
65 °C
70 - 75
Oven rack (2)
Scallops (big size)
60 °C
100 - 110
Oven rack (2)
Mussels with shell
95 °C
20 - 25
Oven rack (2)
Prawns without shell (big size)
75 °C
26 - 30
Oven rack (2)
Octopus
85 °C
100 - 110
Oven rack (2)
Trout fillet (2 fillets/1,5 cm thickness)
65 °C
55 - 65
Oven rack (2)
Salmon fillet (3 cm thickness)
65 °C
100 - 110
Oven rack (2)
Asparagus green (whole)
90 °C
40 - 50
Oven rack (2)
Asparagus white (whole)
90 °C
50 - 60
Oven rack (2)
Courgette (slices of 1 cm)
90 °C
35 - 40
Oven rack (2)
Egg plant (slices of 1 cm)
90 °C
30 - 35
Oven rack (2)
Carrots (slices of 0,5 cm)
95 °C
35 - 45
Oven rack (2)
Dish
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Culisensor
If the culisensor is plugged in, the culisensor screen will be shown and
a small culisensor icon will appear next to the time. The oven operates
until the food core reaches the set temperature. The core temperature
is measured by means of the temperature probe.
1. Remove the rubber cap from the socket (right upper corner of the
oven cavity).
2. Insert the culisensor plug into the socket and insert the culisensor
completely into the dish.
The display will show the culisensor screen and icon.
3. Set the function and temperature. Instead of the time, you need to
set the core temperature (between 30-100 °C).
4. Start the progress by pressing the confirm key.
• During cooking, the rising temperature of the core will be displayed
(the desired core temperature may be adjusted during the cooking
process).
• When the set core temperature is reached, the cooking process
will stop. An acoustic signal will sound, which you may turn off
by pressing any key. After one minute, the acoustic signal will be
switched off automatically. The current time appears on the display.
Always place the culisensor’s entire metal probe in the dish.
Caution! After cooking, place the rubber cap back on the
culisensor socket.
Only use the probe intended for use with your oven. Make sure the
probe does not touch the heating element during cooking. After
cooking, the probe will be very hot. Take care to prevent injury
(burns).
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Recommended core temperature values
Beef
Fillet/sirloin
medium
55 - 58 ºC
Roast beef
medium
55 - 60 ºC
Round steak
well-done
85 - 90 ºC
Roast beef
well-done
80 - 85 ºC
Stewed beef
well-done
90 ºC
Hoof/leg
well-done
75 ºC
Hoof/leg
slightly pink
65 - 68 ºC
Pork loin
slightly pink
65 - 70 ºC
Pork shoulder
well-done
75 ºC
Pork belly/stuffed
well-done
75 - 80 ºC
Pork belly
well-done
80 - 85 ºC
Roast pork hoof
well-done
80 - 85 ºC
Pork hoof
well-done
80 - 85 ºC
Cooked ham
very tender
64 - 68 ºC
Kassel ribs
well-done
65 ºC
Pork
Breaded ham
65 - 68 ºC
Veal
Veal loin
slightly pink
58 - 65 ºC
Veal hoof/leg of veal
well-done
78 ºC
Fried kidneys
well-done
75 - 80 ºC
Roast veal/shoulder
well-done
75 - 80 ºC
Leg of veal
well-done
75 - 78 ºC
Mutton loin
pink
65 - 70 ºC
Mutton loin
well-done
80 ºC
Mutton hoof
pink
70 - 75 ºC
Mutton
Leg of mutton
82 - 85 ºC
Lamb
Leg of lamb
pink
60 - 62 ºC
Leg of lamb
well-done
68 - 75 ºC
Lamb loin
pink
54 - 58 ºC
Lamb loin
well-done
68 - 75 ºC
Lamb shoulder
well-done
78 - 85 ºC
Chicken
well-done
85 ºC
Goose/Duck
well-done
90 - 92 ºC
Turkey
well-done
80 - 85 ºC
Poultry
Pastries etc
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Pastries
72 - 85 ºC
Terrines
60 - 70 ºC
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Fish
Salmon
soft
60 ºC
Fish fillet
62 - 65 ºC
Entire fish
65 ºC
Terrine
62 - 65 ºC
Settings menu
The settings menu is only available by pressing the ‘plus key’ when the
appliance is in standby mode.
Setting
Description
General
Language
Time
Date
Sound
Display
Brightness
Clock size
Night mode
Appliance to stand-by mode
Cooking
Default program intensity
Steam
Preheat settings
System
Appliance information
Factory settings
Oven light
General
You can set the following from this menu:
• Language (language of the display)
• Time (always in 24H format)
• Time display (24H or 12H format)
• Date (always day-month-year format)
• Date display (ddmmyyyy or mmddyyyy)
• Sounds (volume of the general sounds and alarms)
• Key sounds (on/off)
• Welcome sound (startup/shutdown sound on/off)
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Display
You can set the following from this menu:
• Brightness (low, mid, high)
• Night mode (start and end time for lower display brightness: first
display set start timer, second display set end time)
• Clock size (small / large)
• Stand-by (auto switch off / manually switch off)
Changing to manually switch off will increase energy consumption.
If the oven is switched off manually (or when an interruption of the
power supply occurs) this function will be reset (the display will
automatically switch off).
Cooking settings
You can set the following from this menu:
• Default program intensity (low / medium / high)
• Steam settings (Water hardness / Descaling)
• Preheat settings (set preheat default on or off)
System
You can set the following from this menu:
• Appliance information (request appliance information)
• Factory settings (back to factory settings)
• Oven light (auto switch off after 1 min. / manual)
Plus menu
Depending on the function, there is a possibility to choose extra
functionality (after you have chosen a main function and settings in the
‘Function settings mode’) by pressing the ‘plus key’.
• A small icon next to the curent time will give an indication about the
activated plus menu functions. The colour of the icon will indicate if
it is active (white) or inactive (grey).
• To exit the plus menu, press the ‘stop key’ or ‘plus key’; the display
will show the previous screen again.
• To cancel an extra functionality, select ‘cancel’ (icon with a red
stripe).
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+ Menu
Description
Icon
Cooking info
Request more information about the selected
function.
Fast preheat
Preheat the oven to the desired temperature
quickly (not available in combination with
delayed start).
Delayed start
The cooking process will start automatically
and will be finished at the preferred time.
Only available if a cooking time is set, not
available in combination with preheat.
Gratin
To add the grill function at the end of the
progress; gratin time will be added at the end
of the progress.
Add to favourites
To add the settings for the cooked dish to
your favourites (see chapter ‘Finish display’).
Stage cooking
Combine up to three functions in one
cooking process.
Go to manual cooking
To edit a standard program as stage cooking
program.
Add steam 1-3x
Divide up to three steam cycles evenly over
the cooking process. Choose at least
10 minutes cooking time.
Add steam
Add a steam cycle to the cooking process.
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Cooking information
The cooking info screen will give more information about the chosen
function, like the needed equipment and for what kind of purposes the
function is used.
Fast preheat
There are two different ways to use fast preheat:
Activate the fast preheat in the settings menu (to be default on
or off)
1. Press the plus key when the appliance is in standby mode. Go to
‘Cooking settings’ and select if the fast preheat should be default
on or off.
2. Press the confirm key.
▷▷ If the fast preheat is set to ‘default on’ the small preheat icon will
be shown to indicate the active preheat function.
▷▷ This option is only available for the oven functions.
Activate the fast preheat in the plus menu.
1. Press the plus key (in the ‘Function settings mode’).
2. Select ‘Fast preheat’ by pressing the right navigation key.
3. Press the confirm key to activate fast preheat.
The small preheat icon will be shown next to the current time.
▷▷ When preheat is activated, the delayed start will be greyed out,
because these functions do not work together.
▷▷ When delayed start is activated preheat will be greyed out.
▷▷ To cancel the preheat: press the confirm key again.
Starting with fast preheat
• If a program is started and it will start with the fast preheat, a
pop-up will appear. After 15 sec. the pop-up will automatically
disappear. The progress screen will show the fast preheat icon, the
time will be greyed out.
• If the set temperature is reached a pop-up will show ‘The set
temperature is reached. Please insert the dish’. Insert the dish and
the program will start automatically on door closing.
▷▷ Pressing the confirm key (without opening the door) keeps the
appliance at the set temperature. This situation will remain until
the door is opened.
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Delayed start
Use the ‘delayed start’ function to start cooking at a later time, by
setting the desired finishing time.
1. Press the plus key (in the ‘Function settings mode’).
2. Select ‘Delayed start’ with the right navigation key.
3. Press the confirm key.
The display will show the delay start symbol, the cooking time and
the end time.
4. Change the finishing time by turning the selection knob and confirm
with the confirm key.
A small icon will appear to indicate that the function is active.
▷▷ To cancel the delayed start: go to ‘Delayed start’ and select
‘cancel delayed start’ (a pop-up will appear to confirm the
cancellation of the delayed start).
5. Start the program: press the confirm key to go to the progress
mode.
The function will start automatically at the calculated starting time.
Gratin
To add the grill function at the end of the progress (gratin time will be
added at the end of the cooking process).
1. Press the plus key (in the ‘Function settings mode’).
2. Select ‘Gratin’ with the right navigation key.
3. Press the confirm key.
A small grill icon will appear next to the current time.
▷▷ To cancel gratin: select ‘cancel gratin’ in the plus menu.
Stage cooking
This function allows you to combine up to three functions in one
cooking process. Select different functions and settings to compose
the cooking process of your preference.
1. Press the plus key (in the ‘Function settings mode’).
2. Select ‘Stage cooking’ by pressing the right navigation key.
3. Press the confirm key.
A small icon will appear next to the current time. The first stage is
already filled with the current settings of the function. If there is no
time set, then the default time will be set for the first srage.
▷▷ For example: the oven mode and hot air 180 °C is selected; the
default time of 30 min. will be added to the first stage.
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4. To add a stage, choose the second function by pressing the
navigation keys or pressing the selection knob.
5. Press the confirm key.
The display will switch to the settings screen.
6. Select the desired function, set the temperature and time.
7. Save the stage and return to the stage cooking overview by
pressing the confirm key.
▷▷ If the stop key is pressed the setting will be cancelled and the
display will turn to the previous display.
8. If desired, add a third stage. Repeat steps 4, 5, 6 and 7.
9. After confirmation, the display will show the set stages, with an edit
and delete icon.
10.If all stages are set according to your wishes, then return to the
oven setting screen. Press the ‘plus key’ to close the plus menu.
The display will show the normal oven setting screen with the
settings of the first stage (stage 1 icon white).
11.Start the process by pressing the confirm key.
▷▷ If the stop key is pressed, the stage cooking menu will be closed
and the oven will return to the normal mode.
Go to manual cooking
• In the manual cooking mode, a standard program from the
‘Programs and favorites’ function can be chosen and edited as in
‘Stage cooking’ mode.
• By selecting the manual function in the plus menu, a popup will
appear: ‘Switch to oven mode?’. After confirmation the display will
switch to the stage cooking mode if the selected program has
more stages.
Programs and Favourites
Automatic programs
• You can use ‘automatic programs’ for baking and roasting by
selecting a dish from a list of pre-programmed dishes. First select
the type of dish and then the dish itself from the available list.
• All the program categories have a picture. When a dish is selected,
the program settings will appear. The name of the dish and and the
name of the active selection are shown in the text bar.
• In the settings, first a picture of the dish is visible (not editable),
the weight (depending on the dish) (if it is editable), the intensity
(not always editable) and the cooking time. If necessary, adjust the
intensity and/or the weight.
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Favourites (see chapter ‘Finish display’)
• You can select your own stored recipes in ‘favourites’.
• If there are no saved recipes, a pop-up will appear: ‘No saved
dishes’.
• The name of the recipe appears in the text bar and the saved oven
settings are shown.
Egg timer
The egg timer can be used independent of the oven function.
1. Press the timer key.
2. Change the time by rotating the selection knob.
▷▷ The longest possible timer setting is 23:59.
3. Confirm the setting by pressing the confirm key.
The egg timer is started.
▷▷ To cancel the timer, set the time back to 0:00 and confirm by
pressing the confirm key
▷▷ To close the egg timer menu, press the timer key or the stop key.
4. When the egg timer goes off, a pop-up will appear with the text
‘Egg timer expires’ and an acoustic signal will sound. Press the
stop key to switch off the signal and close the pop-up menu.
▷▷ The sound will stop automatically after approximately 2 minutes.
Child lock
The oven’s control panel can be locked by means of the Child Safety
Lock, to protect the oven against unintended use.
1. Press and hold the left navigation key and the right navigation key
simultaniously.
The appliance will go into key lock mode. A pop-up will be shown.
After 3 seconds the ‘Key lock is active’ pop-up will close.
The current state of the appliance will be visible.
▷▷ If the key lock has been activated during a cooking process, the
process will keep running.
▷▷ If a key is pressed during key lock, the ‘Key lock is active’ popup will show again.
▷▷ The stop key is still active during lock mode. If the appliance
is switched off, the process will stop. To turn the appliance on
again, deactivate the key lock mode.
2. To deactivate the key lock mode, press and hold the left navigation
key and the right navigation key simultaniously again.
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Warming
• Regenerate
▷▷ This mode is used to warm already cooked dishes. The use of
steam means there is no loss of quality. Taste and texture are
preserved as though the dish is freshly-cooked. Various dishes
can be regenerated simultaneously.
• Plate warming
▷▷ This function is used when you want to warm tableware (plates,
cups) so that the served food stays hotter for longer.
▷▷ For this function you can set the warming-up temperature and
duration.
• Keep warm
▷▷ Use this function to keep already cooked food at temperature.
▷▷ For this function you can set the food-warming temperature and
duration.
Defrost
• This function uses hot air (30 ºC). Use this function for slow
defrosting of frozen dishes (cakes, biscuits, cookies, bread, bread
rolls and frozen fruit).
• For this function you can set the duration.
• Turn the food over after half the defrost time has elapsed; stir the
food or break up large pieces if these are frozen together.
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Cleaning the appliance
Clean the appliance regularly to prevent fat and food particles from
accumulating, especially on the surfaces of the interior and the exterior,
the door and the seal.
• Activate the child lock (to prevent that the appliance is switched on
accidentally).
• Clean the exterior surfaces with a soft cloth and warm soapy water.
• Next wipe with a clean, damp cloth and dry the surfaces.
• Remove splashes and stains on the interior surfaces with a
cloth and soapy water.
• Next wipe with a clean, damp cloth and dry the surfaces.
• Attention: Make sure that no water enters the vents.
• Never use abrasive cleaning materials or chemical solvents.
• Always make sure that the seal of the door is clean. This
prevents accumulation of dirt and allows you to close the door
properly.
Steam clean
With the steam clean function and a damp cloth, you can easily remove
grease and dirt from the oven walls.
Using steam clean
Only use steam clean when the oven has cooled down fully. It is more
difficult to remove dirt and grease if the oven is hot.
The steam clean program takes 30 minutes.
Food particles on the enamel walls will be sufficiently soaked after
30 minutes so that they can be removed with a damp cloth.
1. Remove all accessories from the oven.
2. Select the ‘Steam clean’ function
3. Press the confirm button to start steam clean.
Please note: Do not open the door during the cleaning process.
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Cleaning the Water Tank Filter
If the water tank filter is dirty, you can clean it under the tap.
1. Remove the suction tube with the filter.
2. Clean it out under the tap and put it back into position.
Ensure that the filter touches the base of the water tank.
Descaling
During the steam process, there can be an accumulation of mineral
deposit in the steam system. This needs to be removed from time
to time. You need to carry out this task when the ‘Appliance needs
descaling’ notification is shown. If the appliance is not descaled after
three notifications, the steam functions will no longer be available. Use
this function only when the oven has cooled down fully. The descaling
process comprises descaling and rinsing. Notifications with information
and requests for actions will be shown on the display during the process.
1. Pour water mixed with descaling agent into the water reservoir.
Consult the descaling agent instructions for the correct mixing ratio.
2. Open the ‘Settings’ menu
3. Select ‘Cooking settings’
4. Select ‘Steamer settings’
5. Select ‘Descaling’ to select the function.
6. Press the confirm key to start descaling.
Note
We advise using NOKALK/DLS for descaling. NOKALK/DLS is an
extremely efficient descaling agent based purely on natural, entirely
biodegradable ingredients. The solution is non-corrosive, not
aggressive and is environmentally-friendly. As well as an effective
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descaling action, it also has a cleansing and anti-bacterial effect,
ensuring that the appliance’s internal components are preserved in an
optimum hygienic state. Therefore food’s good taste is preserved and
the appliance’s service life is extended.
• Water is used for the steaming process. Water contains calcium
and magnesium. Heat causes the water to condense, leaving a
mineral deposit (not harmful to humans).
• If the descaling cycle is interrupted prior to the end of the cycle,
the program must be restarted from the beginning.
Removing and cleaning the guide rails
Use conventional cleaning products to clean the guide rails.
• Remove the screw using a screwdriver.
• Remove the guide rails from the holes in the back wall.
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CLEANING
Replacing the oven light bulb
The lamp in this household appliance is only suitable for
illumination of this appliance. The lamp is not suitable for
household room illumination.
The light bulbs (2x) (halogen G9, 230 V, 25 W) are a consumer items
and therefore not covered by warranty. To replace it, first remove the
baking tray, oven rack and guide rails.
• Disconnect the appliance from the power supply by removing the
plug from the socket or by switching off the circuit breaker in the
fuse box.
• Please note: the light bulb can be very hot! Use protection to
remove the bulb.
1. Remove the four screws from the cover panel. Remove the cover
panel, the glass and the sealing ring.
2. Remove the faulty halogen lamp and replace it with a new one.
3. Replace the cover panel, the glass and the sealing ring.
Attention: The sealing ring needs to fit perfectly in the oven wall
recess.
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Removing the oven door
• Keep your fingers away from the hinges of the oven door.
The hinges are spring loaded and can cause injury if they
spring back.
• Make sure that the hinge latches are applied correctly to lock
the hinges.
Remove the oven door.
1. Open the door to the fully open position.
2. Lift both hinge latches (A) and pull them towards the oven door (B).
The hinges will be locked in the 45° position.
3. Gently close the door until it reaches a 45° angle.
4. Remove the door by lifting and tilting it towards the oven (C). The
hinges need to come out of the slots in the oven.
B
A
C
Install the oven door.
1. Hold the door at an angle of approximately 45° in front of the oven.
2. Insert the hinges into the slots and make sure they are both
positioned correctly.
3. Open the door to the fully open position.
4. Lift both hinge latches and move them towards the oven.
5. Gently close the oven door and make sure that it closes correctly.
If the door does not open or close correctly, then make sure that the
hinges are positioned correctly in their slots.
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Removing the oven door glass
The inside of the glass in the oven door can be cleaned. For this it must
be removed from the oven door.
1. Slightly lift (1) and shift (2) the clamps at the lower left and right of
the door to release the glass (A).
2. Grab the glass (A) at the bottom and gently lift (3) and shift (4) it to
remove it from the upper support.
3. The inner glass (B) (depending on the model) can be removed by
carefully lifting (5) and shifting (6) it to removing it from the lower
support. Also remove the rubber spacers (C) from the inner glass.
A
C
4
A
A
Install the glass in reverse order.
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5
6
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SOLVING PROBLEMS
General
If you have problems with your oven, then consult the error overview
below. Should the problems persist, then please contact the Customer
Services Department.
The food stays raw
• Check whether the timer has been set and you have pressed the
‘confirm key’.
• Is the door closed properly?
• Check whether a fuse has blown or a circuit breaker has been
activated.
The food is overcooked or undercooked
• Check whether the correct cooking time has been set.
The keys do not respond; the display does not respond to the
keys.
• Disconnect the appliance from the power supply for a few minutes
(remove the mains plug from the socket or switch the circuit
breaker to off); then reconnect the appliance and switch it on.
Power failure can cause the display to reset.
• Disconnect the appliance from the power supply for a few minutes
(remove the mains plug from the socket or switch the circuit
breaker to off); then reconnect the appliance and switch it on.
• Set the time again.
There is condensation in the oven.
• This is normal. Wipe the oven clean after use.
The fan keeps working after the oven is switched off.
• This is normal. The fan will keep working for a while after the oven
is switched off.
Air flow can be felt at the door and the exterior of the appliance.
• This is normal.
Steam escapes via the door or the vents.
• This is normal.
EN 47
SOLVING PROBLEMS
Clicking sounds can be heard when the oven is working, particularly
in the defrost setting.
• This is normal.
The circuit breaker switches off regularly.
• Consult a service technician.
The display gives an error code, ERROR XX ...
(XX indicates the number of the error).
• There is a fault in the electronic module. Disconnect the appliance
from the power supply for a few minutes. Then reconnect it and set
the current time.
• Consult a service technician if the error persists.
Storing and repairing the oven
Repairs should only be performed by a qualified service technician.
If maintenance is required, then remove the mains plug from the socket
and contact the ASKO customer service.
Have the following information to hand when you call:
• The model number and serial number (stated on the inside of the
oven door)
• Warranty details
• A clear description of the problem
Choose a clean, dry place if you have to store the oven temporarily,
as dust and moisture can damage the appliance.
EN 48
YOUR OVEN AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Disposal of the appliance and packaging
This product is made from sustainable materials. However, the
appliance must be disposed of responsibly at the end of its useful life.
The government can provide you with information about this.
The packaging of the appliance can be recycled. The following materials
have been used:
• cardboard
• polyethylene wrap (PE)
• CFC-free polystyrene (hard PS foam)
Dispose of these materials responsibly in accordance with legal provisions.
The product has a pictogram of a rubbish bin with a cross through it.
This indicates that household appliances must be disposed of
separately. This means that the appliance may not be processed via
the regular waste flow at the end of its useful life. You should take it to
a special municipal waste depot or a sales outlet that offers to do this
for you.
Collecting household equipment separately prevents harm to the
environment and public health. The materials used in manufacturing
this appliance can be recycled, which provides considerable savings
in energy and raw materials.
Declaration of conformity
We hereby declare that our products comply with the relevant European
directives, standards and regulations as well as all requirements
referred to in the standards.
EN 49
COOKING TEST
Food tested in compliance with the EN 60350-1 standard
OCS8687S / OCS8687A
Baking
Equipment
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature Cooking time
(°C)
(min)
Shortbread - single level
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
3
140-150 *
20-35
Shortbread - single level
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
3
140-150 *
25-40
Shortbread - two levels
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2, 3
140-150 *
25-40
Shortbread - three levels
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2, 3, 4
130-140 *
30-50
Cupcakes - single level
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
3
140-150 *
20-35
Cupcakes - single level
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
3
150-160 *
20-35
Cupcakes - two levels
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
1, 3
140-150 *
30-45
Cupcakes - three levels
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2, 3, 4
140-150 *
35-50
Sponge cake
Round metal mould,
diameter 26 cm/Oven rack
2
160-170 *
20-35
Sponge cake
Round metal mould,
diameter 26 cm/Oven rack
2
160-170 *
20-35
Apple pie
2 x round metal mould,
diameter 20 cm/Oven rack
2
170-180
65-85
Apple pie
2 x round metal mould,
diameter 20 cm/Oven rack
3
160-170
65-85
Sponge cake
Round metal mould,
diameter 26 cm/Oven rack
2
150-160
10
System
15-25
Grilling
Dish
Equipment
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature Cooking time
(°C)
(min)
Toast
Oven rack
5
230
3:00-6:00
Beefburgers
Oven rack + baking tray as
drip tray
5
230
25-35 **
System
Steaming
EN 50
Dish
Equipment
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature Cooking time
(°C)
(min)
Broccoli, fresh; one dish
Perforated steam dish +
baking tray as drip tray
3+1
100
22-27
Broccoli, fresh; 300 g
Perforated steam dish +
baking tray as drip tray
3+1
100
17-22
Peas, frozen; 2,5 kg
Perforated steam dish +
baking tray as drip tray
3+1
100
45-50
Peas, frozen; 1,8 kg
per dish
2 x Perforated steam dish
+ baking tray as drip tray
3+2+1
100
50-60
System
* Preheat for 10 minutes. Do not use fast preheat function.
** Turn after 2/3 of the cooking time.
Dish
COOKING TEST
Food tested in compliance with the EN 60350-1 standard
OCS8487S / OCS8487A
Baking
Dish
Equipment
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature Cooking time
(°C)
(min)
Shortbread - single level
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2
140-150 *
25-40
Shortbread - single level
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2
140-150 *
25-40
Shortbread - two levels
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2, 3
140-150 *
25-40
Cupcakes - single level
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2
140-150 *
20-35
Cupcakes - single level
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2
150-160 *
20-35
Cupcakes - two levels
Shallow enamel-coated
baking tray
2,3
140-150 *
30-45
Sponge cake
Round metal mould,
diameter 26 cm/Oven rack
1
160-170 *
20-35
Sponge cake
Round metal mould,
diameter 26 cm/Oven rack
1
160-170 *
20-35
Apple pie
2 x round metal mould,
diameter 20 cm/Oven rack
1
170-180
65-85
Apple pie
2 x round metal mould,
diameter 20 cm/Oven rack
2
160-170
65-85
Sponge cake
Round metal mould,
diameter 26 cm/Oven rack
2
150-160
10
System
15-25
Grilling
Dish
Equipment
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature Cooking time
(°C)
(min)
Toast
Oven rack
4
230
3:00-6:00
Beefburgers
Oven rack + baking tray as
drip tray
4
230
25-35 **
System
Steaming
Dish
Equipment
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature Cooking time
(°C)
(min)
Broccoli, fresh; one dish
Perforated steam dish +
baking tray as drip tray
2+1
100
22-27
Broccoli, fresh; 300 g
Perforated steam dish +
baking tray as drip tray
2+1
100
17-22
Peas, frozen; 2,5 kg
Perforated steam dish +
baking tray as drip tray
2+1
100
45-50
Peas, frozen; 1,8 kg
per dish
2 x Perforated steam dish
+ baking tray as drip tray
3+2+1
100
50-60
System
* Preheat for 10 minutes. Do not use fast preheat function.
** Turn after 2/3 of the cooking time.
EN 51
The appliance rating label is located on the inside of the appliance.
When contacting the service department,
have the complete type number to hand.
en (06-17)
597567 / VER 1 / 06-12-2016
You will find the addresses and phone numbers of the service organisation on the
guarantee card.
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