Users Guide & Installation
Handbook
Belling
Range Induction AU
Part No 083200900 Date 10/12/2011
CONTENTS & OUR WARRANTY
CONTENTS
Important Notice
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SAFETY
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USING THE PRODUCT
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CLEANING
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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TECHNICAL DATA
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CUSTOMER CARE
Please note there may be a cooling fan
fitted to this appliance. It is an integral
part of its safety and functionality. When
the appliance is installed care must be
taken that the cooling fans performance
is not impeded by any objects coming
into contact with it. (Installation pipes,
leads etc) Care must also be taken that
there is sufficient air flow at the rear of
the appliance for the cooling fan to run at
its optimum efficiency, (particularly built
in appliances) see clearance dimensions
in the installation section of the booklet.
During use the appliance must never be
disconnected from the mains supply as
this will seriously affect the safety and
performance of the appliance, particularly
in relation to surface temperatures
becoming hot and gas operated parts
not working efficiently. The cooling fan is
designed to run on after the control knob
has been switched off to keep the front of
the appliance and the controls cool until
the appliance has naturally cooled itself.
INTRODUCTION
Should you need it . . . .
Inside the paperwork which has come
with this appliance, there is a leaflet and
card explaining the terms of our warranty
and guarantee. Simply fill in the details on
the card and post it off, this will register
your appliance.
Glen Dimplex Australia
Unit 2, 205 Abbotts Road
Dandenong South
Victoria 31 75
Australia
Ph: 1300 556 816
Fx: 1800 058 900
Glen Dimplex New Zealand Pty
38 Harris Road, East Tamaki
Auckland
New Zealand
Ph: 09 274 8265
Fx: 09 274 8472
If your appliance is covered by the
warranty and guarantee, you will not be
billed for work undertaken should your
appliance be faulty, terms and conditions
do apply, so please read through the
literature carefully.
Please ensure that you have available
your appliances model number and serial
number, there is a space at the back of
this book for recording that information.
SAFETY
BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT
Make sure that you have removed all
packaging and wrapping. Some of the
items inside this appliance may have additional wrapping.
It is advised that you turn the ovens and/
or grill on for a short while. This will burn
off any residues left from manufacturing.
There may be a smell which accompanies
this process - but this is nothing to worry
about and is harmless.
It is recommended that you wash the
oven shelves, baking tray, grill pan and
grill pan trivet before their first use in hot
soapy water. This will remove the protective oil coating.
Caution: This appliance is for cooking
purposes only. It must not be used for
other purposes, for example room heating.
WARNING: - The appliance
and its accessible parts may
become hot during use. Care
should be taken to avoid touching heating elements. Children
less than 8 years of age shall
be kept away unless continuously supervised.
This appliance can be used
by children aged 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabillities or lack of
experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the hazards involved. Children should
not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and maintenance shall
not be made by children without supervision.
WARNING:- Servicing should
be carried out only by authorised personnel.
The appliance must never be
disconnected from the mains
supply during use, as this will
seriously affect the safety and
performance, particularly in relation to surface temperatures
becoming hot and gas operated
parts not working efficiently.
The cooling fan (if fitted) is
designed to run on after the
control knob has been switched
off.
GENERAL
OVEN/GRILL
Do
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Always take care when removing food
from the oven as the area around the
cavity may be hot.
•
Always use oven gloves when handling any utensils that have been in
the oven as they will be hot.
•
Always make sure that the oven
shelves are resting in the correct position between two runners. Do not
place the oven shelves on top of the
highest runner, as this is not stable
and can lead to spillage or injury.
•
Always use the Minute Minder (if
fitted) if you are leaving the oven
unattended - this reduces the risk of
food burning.
SAFETY
Do Not
a service engineer’s visit.
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Never place items on the door while
it is open.
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Never wrap foil around the oven
shelves or allow foil to block the flue.
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Never drape tea towels near the oven
while it is on; this will cause a fire
hazard.
Metallic objects such as knives,
forks, spoons and lids should
not be placed on the hob surface since they can get hot.
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Never pull heavy items, such as turkeys or large joints of meat, out from
the oven on the shelf, as they may
overbalance and fall.
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Never use this appliance to heat anything other than food items and do
not use it for heating the room.
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Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity
of this appliance while it is in operation.
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Do not store or use flammable liquids
or items in the vicinity of this appliance.
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Do not modify this appliance.
ELECTRIC INDUCTION HOB
WARNING:- Unattended cooking on a hob can be dangerous
and may result in fire. NEVER
try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch off the appliance
and then cover flame e.g. with
a lid or a fire blanket.
Danger of fire: do not store
items on the cooking surface.
If the surface is cracked, broken or shattered, switch off the
appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock and call for
Ensure you switch off the appropriate cook zone individually
or by the central on/off key
when you have finished cooking, do not rely upon the automatic pan detection system as
your means of switching “off”
the appliance.
This induction hob complies
with the applicable EMC and
EMF standards. Therefore it
should not interfere with other
electronic units. Persons fitted
with a pacemaker or any other
electrical implant should clarify
with their doctor or the producer of the implant, whether
there implant is adequate and
fail-safe, the pacemaker must
be designed in compliance with
the appropriate regulations
GENERAL
Do
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Always ensure that pan bases are
dry and flat before using them on the
hob.
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Always position pans over the centre
of the heat zone, and turn the handles to a safe position so they cannot
be knocked or grabbed.
SAFETY
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Always use pans which are no smaller
than 100mm (4”), or no larger than
250mm (10”).
Always match the size of pan to the
size heat zone – do not use large
pans on small zones or vice versa.
Always lift pans onto and off the
hob, rather than sliding them across
the surface, to avoid marks and
scratches.
Do Not
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If the appliance has a glass hobtop,
never drag pans across the ceramic
surface as this will lead to scratches
and damage.
Never use double pans, rim-based
pans, old or misshapen pans, or
any pan that is not stable on a flat
surface.
Never leave cooking fat, or oil, unattended.
Never use commercial simmering
aids, or heat diffusers, as they create
excessive heat and can damage the
surface of the hob.
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Never use the hob for any other
purpose than cooking food.
•
Never leave plastic cooking utensils
close or on top of the hob as these
can melt due to the warm hob.
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Never leave any cook zone on without a pan covering it. This causes a
fire hazard.
Do Not
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Never leave pans overhanging the
edge of the hob. The surface of the
hob is smooth. If pans are knocked
they may move on the hob top.
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Never leave pans on the hob when
you’re not around - take them off the
cook zone
FIRE SAFETY ADVICE
Most kitchen fires occur when people are
distracted or leave things unattended, so
remember:
If you’re called away from the cooker - by
the phone or someone at the door, either
take pans off the heat, or switch off your
hob.
Don’t let yourself be distracted while
cooking.
If you do have a fire in the kitchen, don’t
take any risks - get everyone out of your
home and call the Fire Brigade.
If a pan catches fire:
•
Do not move it - it is likely to be
extremely hot.
•
Turn off the heat if it’s safe to do so
- but never lean over a pan to reach
the controls.
•
If you have a fire blanket, put it over
the pan.
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If you have put the fire out, leave the
pan to cool completely.
Deep-fat frying presents more dangers in your kitchen.
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Never fill a chip pan (or other deepfat fryer) more than one-third full of
oil
•
Do not use a fire extinguisher on a
pan of oil - the force of the extinguisher can spread the fire and create a fireball.
If you have an electrical fire in the
kitchen:
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Pull the plug out, or switch off the
power at the fuse box - this may be
enough to stop the fire immediately
•
Smother the fire with a fire blanket,
or use a dry powder or carbon dioxide extinguisher
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Remember: never use water on an
electrical or cooking oil fire.
USING THE HOB
USING THE HOTPLATE
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Commercial simmering aids should
not be used as they create excessive
temperatures that can damage the
surface and may cause a hazard.
•
Do not place aluminium foil or plastic
utensils on the ceramic glass, as they
may melt and damage the surface.
•
Do not use the ceramic glass hotplate
surface for storage.
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When cooking with fat or oil, never
leave unattended.
•
Turn pan handles to a safe position,
so they are out of reach of children,
not overhanging the appliance, and
cannot be caught accidentally.
•
Position pans over the centre of the
hotplate elements.
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Do not use the hob as a chopping
board or a storage area, as this
increases the likelihood of it being damaged - e.g.; plastic utensils
placed on a warm hob may melt onto
it, and damage the ceramic glass
surface.
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Be careful when cooking foods in
salted water, or foods containing
large amounts of sugar, syrup or jam
- if they are spilled onto hot areas of
the hob they may damage it.
•
Lift pans onto and off the surface,
rather than sliding them across the
surface, to avoid marks and scratches.
•
If you use a wet paper towel to
remove spills from a warm heating
area of the hob, be careful to avoid
steam burns.
•
Do not use abrasive powder cleaners,
metal wire wool pads, impregnated
plastic pads, detergents, bleaches,
bath stain removers, or chemical
oven cleaners; all these types of
products will damage the ceramic
glass.
The functions of the hob comply with
the applicable standards on electromagnetic interference
Your induction cooking hob thus complies fully with the statutory requirements (Directive 2004/108/EC). It
is designed to not interfere with the
functioning of other electrical equipment as long as these also comply
with the same regulations.
Your induction hob generates magnetic
fields in its immediate vicinity.
So that there is no interference
between your cooking hob and a
pacemaker, the pacemaker must be
designed in compliance with the appropriate regulations.
In this respect we can only guarantee
the compliance of our own product.
You can ask the manufacturer or your
doctor about the compliance or any
incompatibilities of your pacemaker.
Once you have powered on the
induction hob, you have 10 seconds to set the power or use the
timer, before the induction hob is
automatically switched off.
USING THE HOB
Feature
Symbol
Description
Eco power
Induction Power is the most energy efficient means of
cooking food, provides fast heat up and boiling times
Slide Control
Slide your finger along the graphic or simply touch the
graphic at the power level you require.
Digital display
Secret till “lit” hob display
No. of power
levels
13
Precise and repeatable control settings
Special Functions
Three preset temperature controls set at 42oC, 70oC, and
94oC. Ideal for Melting chocolate, Warming and Rapid
Simmer respectively
Central Power
On/Off
Power On / Off for the Induction hob
Power Boost
Temporarily boost the power to a cook zone by a massive 60%
Pause/un-pause
This button pauses cooking with one touch. (cuts power)
Minute Minder
To a maximum time of 9 hours 99 minutes, you can time
anything
Auto Time
Switch’s Off all 5
zones
Yes
All five zones can be simultaneously timed to turn off
automatically
Key Lock
To prevent accidentally changing settings, press the key
graphic to lock the controls
Pan Detection
Lets you know if the correct pans are being used and
helps to save energy. When a pan is lifted off the zone,
the power is automatically cut.
Overheat Pan
Detection
Yes
Helps prevent cookware from overheating providing an
additional level of safety not available on other types of
hobs
Child lock
Yes
Prevents unintentional operation of the hob
Warns you against hot surfaces but also indicates that
the residual heat which can be used as a temporary
warm zone
Residual Heat
Indictions
Holiday Shutdown
Yes
No operation is required - the hob will turn its self off if
left
USING THE HOB
About the induction hob
Using the Touch Controls
The induction hob provides the most energy efficient hob technology available.
To select a cook zone or the timer, simply
touch the graphic slider, using the flat
of your finger, not the tip, The controls
respond to touch, so you don’t need to
apply any pressure.
The induction system provides superior
heat up and cool down times for pans you get fast, precise, repeatable power
control.
As induction only heats up the pan, there
is no lost heat from the cooking process,
which in turn, limits the heat generated in
the kitchen.
Auto Power Tuning
Induction hobs have a unique power tuning system that automatically tunes
the power to the size of the pan base this
ensures energy isn’t wasted.
Small Pan
Once you have powered on the induction hob, you have 10 seconds to set the
power or use the timer.
If the red displays disappear, simply press
the power button again.
Always ensure the control area is clean,
dry and free from of any objects (e.g.
utensils, tea towels and cloths). Spillages
and water may make the controls difficult
to operate.
Basic Hob Function
Turning on the hob.
• Use the on/off button.
Large Pan
Touch Controls
The touch controls for your induction have
been designed to provide you with finger
touch control of your hob, providing accurate and repeatable power settings for
cooking and an easy clean surface that
can be easily wiped over.
Each cook zone displays it’s individual
power setting.
Activating a cook zone.
Select the slider and operate by sliding
your finger across the graphic or touching the graphic at the desired power level
(0-9).
Modifying the power setting whilst
cooking
Turning off individual cooking zones.
1) Decrease the power setting until the
display shows 0. If the cook zone surface
is hot to touch, H will replace 0 in the
display.
USING THE HOB
Induction controls
Power Boost
This feature, temporarily boost the power
to a cook zone by 60%.
The power boost is a function that can
be used to temporally boost the normal
maximum power for a cook zone by borrowing the available power from a “paired
zone”.
Note The Power Boost function will only
operate for a limited time and is also
under thermal control. This means the
power boost will deactivate automatically if the product is hot, to protect the
internal electronic components of the
hob and to prevent the cookware from
overheating.
All the cook zones have this function
The Power Boost is activated by sliding or
touching the P
Cook Zone
Normal Max
Power (9) kW
Boosted Power
kW
Smallest
Recommended
Pan Diameter
LHF
1.8
3.00
145 mm
LHR
1.8
3.00
145 mm
RHF
1.45
2.20
120 mm
RHR
1.8
3.0
180 mm
Centre - Wok
2.1
3.70
230 mm
USING THE HOB
Special Function Key
Touch once for Function 1
42 oC - Ideal for melting or
sauces
Note:
All other keys only need to be pressed for
0.3 seconds to be activated/deactivated.
Note:
Touch twice for Function 2
70 oC - Ideal for keeping warm
“H” will appear on any cook zone display
that is still hot to touch.
Touch three times for Function 3
94 oC - Ideal for a Rapid Simmering.
Using the Timer
The timer has up to
7 timers. 6 timers to
be assigned to the
cooking zones and
one independent
timer called eggtimer.
Pan detection
When a zone has been activated but no
pan has been placed on the cook zone,
the zone will recognise that there is no
pan in position. It also means the hob
only uses power when a suitable pan is
placed on the zone. This reduces the energy used during the cooking process, i.e.
when you take your pan off the zone the
hob automatically reduces the power, and
only switches back on when you replace
the pan.
Note If the
symbol does not disappear when a pan is placed on the zone it
indicates that the pan is not suitable for
induction cooking.
SPECIAL HOB FUNCTIONS
On/Off switch
The central on/off switch enables all of
the cooking zones to be switched on/off
simultaneously at a touch of a button, so
when you have finished cooking or are
called away from the kitchen for any reason you can be safe in the knowledge that
everything is under control and safe.
To Operate
1) Select the on/off key. The key needs to
be pressed for at least 1 second to activate, this is to ensure that the hob cannot
be activated unintentionally.
min
The displays show
the remaining time
until the alarm is
activated.
All timers work as count down timers. The
operation range is between 1 min to 2h
59min. For times less than 59mins, the
display is exact to the second.
Before activating a timer the control has
to be switched on. Switching the control off deactivates cooking zone related
timers. The egg timer stays active after
switching the control off.
A symbol next to the zone will be lit when
a timer is set to that zone
Activating Cooking Zone Timer
To activate the timer, press both the plus
(+) and minus (-) keys together.
A timer can be activated for each active
cooking zone. After selecting the timer the
cooking zone related luminous symbol is
fully lit and the timer display shows 0.00.
For the following 10 sec it is now possible to assign a timer value to the active
cooking zone. After 10sec without input,
the timer function is deactivated and the
USING THE HOB
display is switched off again. Using the
timer selection key again (as long as no
value was set) the next active cooking
zone can be selected.
Setting a timer value
• By pressing the timer keys, a timer
value can be set. If the timer-plus-key is
pressed first the display starts with 1min
and can be increased in 1min steps. If the
timer-minus-key is pressed first the timer
starts with 15 min and can be decreased
in 1 min steps.
• Pressing the key permanently speeds up
the timer adjustment. The speed will also
increase while the key is held. (the time
between two time steps reduces).
• If a timer has expired the timer alarm is
activated and the assigned cooking zone is
immediately switched off.
• The cooking zone display shows 0 or H.
If no user input stops the alarm
signal it will be on for maximum
2
min
minutes.
The alarm can be deactivated
by switching off the control
using the main switch or by
pressing the two timer keys or it will be
deactivated automatically after 2 minutes.
Switching off a timer or changing the
time setting
The timer value can be modified at any
time by selecting the timer and then by
pressing the (+ or -) timer key.
To stop an active timer the value can be
set to 0. Pressing Plus and Minus simultaneously for 2 seconds also resets the
timer value to 0.00.
Minute Minder
The minute minder buzzes when the time
set has expired. It does not switch off any
zone.
To operate:
1) Turn on the hob, using the on/off key.
2) Select the timer by pressing the + and
- keys together (do not activate any cook
zone).
3) Set the right hand digit up to 9 minutes
(Single Minutes Units) and wait a couple
of seconds.
4) The display will now indicate for you to
set the left hand digit, up to 90 minutes
(10 Minute Units).
5) The timer is now set and begins counting down. (No zone indicator light should
be set).
6) You can now use the hob as normal.
When the time is up.
1) The corresponding indicator in the
timer display will flash, the timer will beep.
2) Touch any control to stop the beeping.
Warning!
Never leave the hob unattended when in
use, even when you have set the timer to
turn off the cook zone.
Additional timer information
To modify or cancel a timer setting follow
steps 1) to 5) above.
To set the timer for additional zones follow
steps 1) to 5) above.
If multiple zones have been set for timed
operation , the timer display will always
display the time for the cook zone with
the shortest time remaining.
To check the timer setting for a different
cook zone, simply select the required cook
zone, the remaining time will briefly appear in the timer display.
USING THE HOB
Pause key
To Operate
Warning!
1) Press the pause key.
Don’t leave pans on the hob when you’re
not around - take them off the heat if you
have to leave the kitchen (even if you
think it will only be for a moment, while
you answer the door or phone) or you can
use the Pause Key.
The Pause key is ideal for unexpected
interruptions when cooking. With this
button you can pause all cooking settings
(Cuts power) with one touch.
Note:All cook zones functions will pause (no
power) and will be displayed for each cook
zone.
2) To restart, press the pause button and
then within 10sec use the cooking zone
slider left to the timer (slide from low to
higher levels).
Note:- All cook zones will automatically
resume to the previous settings.
Cookware for the induction hobs
Cookware for the induction cooking zones must be made of metal and have magnetic
properties. The base must also be the correct diameter.
Suitable Cookware for Induction Hobs
Unsuitable Cookware
Enamelled steel pots with a thick base
Cast iron pots with an enamelled base
Pots made of multi layer stainless steel,
rustproof ferrite steel or aluminium with
a special base
Pots made of copper, stainless steel,
aluminium, oven-proof glass, wood,
ceramic and terra-cotta.
Pans marked for use with induction
How to establish the suitability of a pan
Check your pans with a magnet. If it sticks and it’s the correct diameter, it’s suitable for
use with induction. Also with pans that bear the symbol for suitability for cooking with
induction.
Note - when using certain pans, you may get various noises from the pans. This is due
to the design of the pans and does not effect the performance or safety of the hob.
Pans should not be allowed to come into contact with coloured trims during use as this
may cause discolouration of the surface
USING THE HOB
Child Lock
This feature is to help prevent accidental
switching on of the hob, especially by
young children.
To activate:
Press the key lock button and pause
button together, and then release them.
Complete activation by pressing the pause
button again.
Approximate
Glass
Surface
Temperature
(oC)
Intelligent hob
safety system
200
Reduces Power Boost
setting to Power Level 9
250
Reduces power to 60%
of power level setting
270
Switches cook zone off
300
Switches whole appliance off
To deactivate:
Press the key lock button and pause
button together, and then release them.
Complete activation by pressing the key
lock button again.
Residual Heat indicators
If when the cook zone is switched off the
glass surface is above 60°C , H will be displayed in the cook zone display until the
glass surface drops below approximately
55°C.
This feature not only warns you against
hot surfaces but also indicates that there
is residual heat which can be used as
temporary warm zone.
Note - The cook zone itself does not heat
up, but the ceramic glass does get hot
because of the hot pan conducting heat
back onto the hob glass.
Overheat Pan Protection
The hob is equipped with additional safety
systems that help to prevent cookware
from overheating, providing an additional
level of safety not available on conventional hobs (such as gas and ceramic
hobs).
Note - The safety temperature control
of the pans is only possible with quality
flat bottomed pans suitable for induction
cooking. Poor quality pans can create
air gaps between the glass and the pan,
which affects the accuracy of the temperature control.
Auto Stand by (Holiday Shut Down)
The hob will automatically switch itself off
if left unattended.
Cooking guide
For best cooking results, follow the
examples in the guide below, bearing in
mind that settings 8 and 9 are maximum
positions and should only be used for
deep frying and bringing up to the boil
quickly.
USING THE HOB
Very fast
frying
Preparation
9
8
Fast
7
Medium
6
5
Slow
4
Simmering,
re-heating
3
2
Keeping
warm
1
Soup
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Thin soup
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Thick soup
Fish
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Court-Bouillon
Deep fried
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Sauces
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Thick, flour based
Buttery, containing eggs
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Vegetables
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Spinach
Pulses
Boiled potatoes
Carrots
Saute potatoes
Frozen vegetables
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Meat
Thin cuts of meat
Fried steak
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Other types of cooking
Deep frying: frozen chips
Deep frying: fresh chips
Pressure cooking
Stewed fruit
Pancakes
Custard
To melt chocolate
Jam
Milk
Fried eggs
Pasta
Re-heating baby food
Rice pudding
Keeping food warm
Stews
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USING THE HOB
Troubleshooting with the Induction Hob
Code
ER21
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Hob is not working
in display
Child lock is activated
Deactivate child
lock
Power boost not
working
The appliance is hot, power
boost is deactivated when
the appliance is hot to
protect the electronics and
prevents the pans from overheating
Allow the appliance to cool
Control unit cuts
off after program
setting
Electronics overheating
Allow the appliance to cool
ER400
Check mains
cable connection
and terminals
at the terminal
block are wired
correctly
E2
Overheating of
induction coil
Pan overheating
Remove pans and
allow to cool
E8
Fan blocked or
faulty
Fan inlets are blocked or
faulty fans
Check fan inlet
at the rear of the
appliance
USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC
BEFORE YOU START GRILLING. . . .
To attach the handle:
Before you use the grill, make sure you
have placed the grill shelf in the position you need as once the grill is on you
may injure yourself if you try to move the
shelf.
Place the handle over the narrow edge
of the grill pan and slide to the centre as
shown in the diagrams.
•
Do not close the door while the grill
is in use.
•
Turn the grill control knob to the heat
setting you require.
•
On Richmond and Gourmet models
only, turn the selector control knob to
the grilling position, then select the
heat setting you require.
•
To switch off, return the control knob
to the ‘off’ position.
•
The cooling fan will come on during
use, and may continue to run for
some time afterwards.
•
To adjust your results, you can turn
the grid over, or remove it altogether.
If your grill is a dual grill:
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The dual grill uses all of the top element and is ideal for grilling large
quantities of food.
The single grill uses part of the element only, and is better suited to grill
smaller amounts of food.
The grill pan
This appliance comes with a grill pan, grill
pan handle and a grid.
The handle of the grill pan is detachable
to allow you to remove it while the pan is
in use, this stops it from getting hot.
Shelf & Grid adjustments
Speed of grilling can be adjusted by
changing the shelf position or the turning
the grill pan grid.
•
High: For thin foods and toasting.
•
Low: For thicker meat pieces.
Aluminium Foil
Never cover the grill pan or grill trivet with
foil, or allow fat to build up in the grill
pan, as this creates a fire hazard.
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Warning: Accessible parts may
become hot when the grill is in
use. Children should be kept away
Types of grill
Fixed rate grill: has a full ‘on’ setting and ‘off’.
Variable rate grill:
has adjustable heat settings
1 (low) to 8 (high) or 5 (high) - depending on the model.
Single grill: has one grill element. The
grill pan trivet MUST be inverted when
using the single grill function.
Dual grill: has two grill elements which
can be used together, or as a single
grill.
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For best results:
Pre-heat the single grill for 5
minutes and the dual grill for 3
minutes.
USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC
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As with any cooking guide, all
times are approximate and can
be adjusted to suit personal
taste.
Food Type
Bacon
Time Approx
(mins)
8-15
Sausages
12 - 15
Chops
• Lamb
• Pork
10 - 15
15 - 25
Toast
• 2 rounds
• 4 rounds
Bread products
• Buns
• Tea cakes
Cheese on
toast
• 2 rounds
• 4 rounds
1 - 2 (per side)
1 - 2 (per side)
1 - 2 (per side)
1 - 2 (per side)
4-5
4-5
Fish
• fillets
10 - 15
Chicken
• fillets
20 - 30
Beef Steaks
• rare
• medium
• well done
Gammon
Steaks
7 - 10
10 - 15
15 - 20
12 - 15
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Please note: the grill pan handle
is designed for sliding the grill pan
into and out of the grill cavity. It is
not to be used for lifting the pan
USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC (if fitted)
When you are cooking keep children
away from the vicinity of the oven.
Caution: The top element gets extremely
hot when in use, so take extra care to
avoid touching it.
The top oven is a conventional oven.
Note: The top oven is not controlled by
the programmer.
To turn on the top oven
Turn the temperature control knob until
the required temperature is selected.
The red thermostat indicator will come on
until the selected temperature is reached,
and then go off; it will turn on and off
periodically as the thermostat operates to
maintain the selected temperature.
To switch off, return the top oven control
knob to the off position.
Important: Never put items directly on
the base of the oven, or cover the oven
base with foil, as this may cause the element to overheat. Always position items
on the shelf.
The cooling fan
When the top oven is switched on, you
will hear the cooling fan come on - this
keeps the fascia and control knobs of the
appliance cool during cooking. The fan
may continue to operate for a period after
the oven control has been switched off.
Preheating
The oven must be preheated when cooking frozen or chilled foods, and we recommend preheating for yeast mixtures,
batters, soufflés, and whisked sponges.
Preheat the oven until the indicator light
switches off for the first time, this will
take up to 15 minutes depending on the
temperature selected.
If you are not preheating the oven, the
cooking times in the following guide may
need to be extended, as they are based
on a preheated oven.
Shelf positions
There are 2 shelf positions which are
counted from the bottom of the oven upwards, so shelf position 1 is the lowest.
When cooking frozen or chilled food, use
the highest possible shelf position, while
allowing some clearance between the
food and the top element.
The oven shelf must be positioned with
the up-stand at the rear of the oven and
facing up. Position baking trays and roasting tins on the middle of the shelves, and
leave one clear shelf position between
shelves, to allow for circulation of heat.
When using the top oven
As part of the cooking process, hot air is
expelled through a vent at the top of the
oven(s). When opening the oven door,
care should be taken to avoid any possible
contact with potentially hot air, since this
may cause discomfort to people with sensitive skin. We recommend that you hold
the underneath of the oven door handle.
USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC (if fitted)
TOP OVEN BAKING GUIDE
Cooking temperatures
Cooking times
The temperature settings and time given
in the Baking Guides are based on dishes
made with block margarine. If soft tub
margarine is used, it may be necessary
to reduce the temperature setting. If a
recipe gives a different temperature setting to that shown in the guide, the recipe
instruction should be followed.
These times are based on cooking in a
preheated oven.
These cooking times are approximate,
because the size and type of cooking dish
will influence time as personal preferences.
Because the top oven is more compact,
it may be necessary to reduce cooking
temperatures specified in recipes by up to
20°C.
Shelf positions
As a general guide, when cooking frozen
or chilled food, use the highest possible shelf position, while allowing some
clearance between the food and the top
element. Follow the instructions given on
packaging.
Item
Use the baking guide as a reference for
determining which temperatures to use.
Temperature Shelf
Approximate cooking time
°C
Position
Small cakes
Victoria sandwich
(2 x 180mm / 7”)
Swiss roll
Semi rich fruit cake
(180mm x 7”)
Scones
Meringues
180
160
1
1
15 - 20 mins
20 - 25 mins
200
140
1
1
8 - 12 mins
2¼ - 2¾ hours
215
90 - 100
1
1
10 - 15 mins
2 - 3 hours
Shortcrust pastry
Puff / flaky pastry
Choux pasrty
200 - 210
200 - 210
200 - 210
1
1
1
Depends on size & type of cooking dish & also the filling
Biscuits
Sponge pudding
Milk pudding
160 - 200
150
140
2
1
1
10 - 20 mins
30 - 45 mins
2 - 2½ hours
USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC
Accessible parts may be hot when
the oven is used. Young children
should be kept away.
To switch on the oven
Turn the oven control knob(s) to the
required setting.
The red thermostat indicator (if fitted) will
come on until the selected temperature
is reached and then go off; it will turn
on and off periodically as the thermostat
operates to maintain the selected temperature.
To switch off, return the control knob to
the “off” position.
Manual Operation (fanned only)
The programmer must be set to manual
operation before the main oven can be
used. If A (Auto) is on the programmer
display, return the oven to manual by
pressing the up and down buttons simultaneously Any programme which has been
set is cancelled.
The cooling fan
The cooling fan may operate when the
main oven is on and may continue to operate for a period after the oven has been
switched off.
OVEN FURNITURE
When using the oven
Oven shelves
As part of the cooking process, hot air
is expelled through a vent in the oven.
When opening the oven door, care should
be taken to avoid any possible contact
with potentially hot air, since this may
cause discomfort to people with sensitive
skin. We recommend that you hold the
underneath of the oven door handle.
The oven shelf must be positioned with
the upstand at the rear of the oven and
facing upwards.
PREHEATING
Fanned oven
When cooking sensitive items such as
souffle and Yorkshire puddings or, when
cooking bread, we recommend that the
oven is pre-heated until the neon switches
off for the first time. For any other types
of cooking, a pre-heat may not be required.
Conventional oven
Preheating is always required
Position baking trays and roasting tins on
the middle of the shelves, and leave one
clear shelf position between shelves, to
allow for circulation of heat.
Baking tray and roasting tins
For best cooked results and even browning, the recommended size baking trays
and roasting tins that should be used are
as follows;
Baking tray 350mm x 250mm
This size of baking tray will hold up to 12
small cakes.
Roasting tin 370mm x 320mm
We recommend that you use good quality
cookware. Poor quality trays and tins may
warp when heated, leading to uneven
baking results.
USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC
Slow cooking (
Setting or 100°C)
•
Make sure that frozen foods are thoroughly thawed before cooking.
•
Do not slow cook joints of meat
or poultry weighing more than
2¼kg/4½lb.
•
Preheat the oven to 170°C and cook
for 30 minutes, then adjust the oven
control to
or 100°C (slow cook
setting) for the remainder of the
cooking time.
•
Slow cooking times will be about 3
times as long as conventional cooking
times.
•
Do not open the oven door unnecessarily during slow cooking, as this will
result in heat loss at low temperatures.
•
Always use dishes with tightly fitting
lids. To rectify badly fitting lids, place
foil over the dish underneath the lid.
Aluminium foil
Use foil only to cover food or cooking
dishes, using foil to cover the shelves or
oven base creates a fire hazard.
Cooking with a fanned oven
As this is a high efficiency oven,
you may notice the emission of
steam from the oven when the door
is opened. Please take care when
opening the door.
If you are used to cooking with a conventional oven you will find a number of differences to cooking with a fan oven which
will require a different approach:
There are no zones of heat in a fan oven
as the convection fan at the back of
the oven ensures an even temperature
throughout the oven.
This makes it ideal for batch baking - eg;
when planning a party as all the items will
be cooked within the same length of time.
Foods are cooked at a lower temperature
than a conventional oven, so conventional recipe temperature may have to be
reduced. Please refer to the conversion
chart.
Preheating is generally not necessary as a
fan oven warms up quickly.
There is no flavour transference in a fan
oven, which means you can cook strong
smelling foods such as fish at the same
time as mild foods - eg; milk puddings.
When batch baking foods that will rise
during cooking - eg; bread - always
ensure that enough space has been left
between the shelves to allow for the rise.
Notes:
When 2 or more shelves are being used, it
may be necessary to increase the cooking
time slightly.
Because the 2 oven shelves are wider
than in many ovens, it is possible to cook
2 items per shelf - eg; 2 victoria sandwiches or 2 casseroles.
Although you need to keep in mind the
points ‘To help the air circulate freely’
with careful choice of dishes and tins, it
is possible to cook a complete meal, and
perhaps something else for the freezer, in
the oven at the same time.
When roasting meats, you will notice that
fat splashing is reduced, which is due in
part to the lower oven temperatures, and
will help keep cleaning of the oven to a
minimum.
Because a fan oven has an even temperature throughout the oven, there is no
need to follow the shelf positions given in
the baking guide.
USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC
There is no need to interchange dishes
onto different shelves part way through
cooking, as with a conventional oven.
To help the air circulate freely
Position the shelves evenly within the
oven and maintain a clearance from the
oven roof and base.
If more than one cooking dish or baking tray is to be used on a shelf, leave a
gap of at least 25mm between the items
themselves and the oven interior.
Defrosting and cooling in the
main oven
To defrost frozen foods, turn the main
oven control to the defrost position, place
the food in the centre of the oven and
close the door.
To cool foods after cooking prior to refrigerating or freezing, turn the main oven
control to the defrost position and open
the door.
Defrosting times
Small or thin pieces of frozen fish or meat
- eg; fish filets, prawns & mince will take
approximately 1 - 2 hours.
Placing the food in a single layer will
reduce the thawing time.
A medium sized casserole or stew will
take approximately 3 - 4 hours.
A 1½kg/3lb oven ready chicken will take
approximately 5 hours, remove the giblets
as soon as possible.
Be safe
Do not defrost stuffed poultry using this
method.
Do not defrost larger joints of meat and
poultry over 2kg/4lb using this method.
Never place uncooked food for defrosting
next to cooked food which is to be cooled,
as this can lead to cross contamination.
Defrosting meat, poultry, and fish can be
accelerated using this method but make
sure they are completely thawed before
cooking thoroughly. Place meat and poultry on a trivet in a meat tin.
MAIN OVEN BAKING GUIDE
Cooking times & temperatures
The temperature settings and times given
in the baking guide are based on dishes
made with block margarine. If soft tub
margarine is used it may be necessary to
reduce the temperature setting.
Allow enough space between shelves for
food that will rise during cooking.
Do not place items on the oven base as
this will prevent air circulating freely.
USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC
Note: this is a high efficiency oven, therefore some adjustment will have to be
made to conventional cooking temperatures. The table below shows conventional cooking temperatures, ‘A’ efficiency
temperatures and gas marks. For optimum results,
conventional temperatures need to be
converted to ‘A’ efficiency temperatures.
For example, an item which would normally cook at a conventional temperature
of 180 °C, will now cook at the ‘A’ efficiency temperature of 160°C.
Conventional temperature
‘A’ Efficiency Oven
(°C)
(°C)
100
110
130
140
150
160
180-190
200
220
230
250
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
Food Type
Cakes
Temperature settings °C
Conv
Gas Mark
1/4
1/4
1/2
1
2
3
4-5
6
7
8
9
Time
Approx.
Shelf
Position
Fanned
Small cakes
Victoria sandwich
Semi rich fruit cake
Christmas cake
190
180
150
150
160
160
125
125
15 - 25
20 - 30
2.5HRS - 3HRS
2.5HRS - 3HRS
2-4
3
2
2
Puddings
Bread and butter pudding
Fruit crumble
170
200
150
175
45 - 1hr
40 - 1hr
3
3
Miscellaneous
Yorkshire pudding:
large
small
Shortcrust pastry
220
220
200
200
200
180
40 - 48
15 - 20
Depends on
filling
4-5
4-5
4-5
USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC
Traditional fruit cakes
Roast turkey
It should be remembered that ovens can
vary over time, therefore cooking times
can vary, making it difficult to be precise
when baking fruit cakes.
Roasting turkey involves cooking two
different types of meat - the delicate light
breast meat, which must not be allowed
to dry out, and the darker leg meat,
which takes longer to cook.
It is necessary therefore, to test the cake
before removal from the oven. Use a fine
warmed skewer inserted into the centre of
the cake. If the skewer comes out clean,
then the cake is cooked.
The turkey must be roasted long enough
for the legs to cook, so frequent basting is necessary. The breast meat can be
covered once browned.
•
Follow the temperatures suggested
in the recipe and then adjust accordingly to the conversion table.
•
Always make sure that the turkey is
completely thawed and that the giblets are removed before cooking.
•
Do not attempt to make Christmas
cakes larger than the oven can cope
with, you should allow at least 25mm
(1 inch) space between the oven
walls and the tin.
•
Turkey should be roasted at 160°C
- 180°C (fanned) or 180°C - 200°C
(conventional) for 20 minutes per lb,
plus 20 minutes, unless packaging
advises otherwise.
•
Always follow the temperatures recommended in the recipe.
•
•
To protect a very rich fruit cake during cooking, tie 2 layers of brown
paper around the tin.
The turkey can be open roasted,
breast side down, for half of the cook
time, and then turned over for the
remainder of the cooking time.
•
If the turkey is stuffed, add 5 minutes
per lb to the cooking time.
•
If roasting turkey covered with foil,
add 5 minutes per 1lb to the cooking
time.
•
We recommend that the cake tin is
not stood on layers of brown paper,
as this can hinder effective circulation
of air.
•
Do not use soft tub margarine for
rich fruit cakes, unless specified in
the recipe.
•
Always use the correct size and
shape of tin for the recipe quantities.
To test if the turkey is cooked, push a
fine skewer into the thickest part of the
thigh. If the juices run clear, the turkey
is cooked. If the juices are still pink, the
turkey will need longer cooking.
USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC
Roasting guide
Notes:
The times given in the roasting guide
are only approximate, because the size
and age of the bird will influence cooking
times as will the shape of a joint and the
proportion of the bone.
•
When cooking stuffed meat or poultry
calculate the cooking time from the
total weight of the meat plus the
stuffing.
•
For joints cooked in foil or covered
roasters, and for lidded casseroles,
add 5 minutes per 450g (1lb) to the
calculated cooking time.
•
Smaller joints weighing less than
1.25kg (2½lb) may require 5 minutes
per 450g (1lb) extra cooking time.
•
Position the oven shelf so that the
meat or poultry is in the centre of the
oven.
•
It is recommended that the appliance
is cleaned after open roasting.
Frozen meat should be thoroughly thawed
before cooking. For large joints it is advisable to thaw over night.
Frozen poultry should be thoroughly
thawed before cooking. The time required
depends on the size of the bird - eg; a
large turkey may take up to 48 hours to
thaw.
Use of a trivet with a roasting tin will
reduce fat splashing and will help to keep
the oven interior clean. Alternatively, to
help reduce fat splashing, potatoes or
other vegetables can be roasted around
the meat/poultry.
Cook in main oven at:
Approximate Cooking Time
160°C - 180°C (fanned)
(preheated oven)
180°C - 200°C (conventional)
Beef
Rare
Medium
Well done
20 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 20 minutes
25 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 25 minutes
30 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 30 minutes
Lamb
Medium
Well Done
25 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 25 minutes
30 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 30 minutes
Pork
35 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 35 minutes
Poultry
20 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 20 minutes
USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
MULTIFUNCTION OVEN (IF FITTED)
FANNED OVEN (IF FITTED)
The multifunction oven may be controlled
by the programmer (see The Programmer/Clock for details).
Switching on the fanned oven
The programmer, if fitted must be set to
manual before it can be used, or programmed.
•
Use the main oven control to turn
your oven on, and select your temperature.
•
The thermostat indicator will come on
to show that the oven is heating, and
once the temperature is achieved, it
will go out.
•
To switch off the main oven, simply
turn the control knob back to the ‘•‘
position.
•
The cooling fan will come on during
use, and may continue to run for
some time afterwards.
Switching on the multifunction oven
•
Use the function control knob to
select the function you wish to use see the functions table for details.
Note: You can change function during
cooking if you wish, as long as the
oven is in manual mode.
•
Turn the temperature control knob to
the temperature you wish to use.
•
The thermostat indicator will come on
to show that the oven is heating, and
once the temperature is achieved, it
will go out.
•
To switch off the oven, simply turn
the control knob back to the ‘•‘ position.
•
The cooling fan may come on during
use, and may continue to run for
some time afterwards.
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Important: Never place food, or
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over heating.
USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
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USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
Before you start grilling. . . .
Before you use the grill, make sure you
have placed the grill shelf in the position you need as once the grill is on you
may injure yourself if you try to move the
shelf.
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Warning: Accessible parts may
become hot when the grill is in use.
Children should be kept away.
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FANNED GRILL (IF FITTED)
Types of grill
•
This grill function must be used with
the door closed.
Fixed rate grill: has a full ‘on’ setting
and ‘off’.
•
Turn the selector control knob to the
grill setting you require (conventional
or fanned).
•
Turn the temperature selector to heat
setting you require in a similar way to
the selecting the oven temperature.
Variable rate grill: has adjustable heat
settings
1 (low) to 8 (high) or 5 (high) - depending on the model.
•
Note: Do not set the temperature any
higher than 220°C.
DUAL/SINGLE GRILL (IF FITTED)
•
This grill function can be used with
the door open, or closed.
•
Turn the selector control knob to the
grill setting.
•
Turn the grill control knob to either
the dual or single grill setting. Then
select the heat setting.
Single grill: has one grill element. The
grill pan trivet MUST be inverted when
using single grill in the main oven.
Dual grill: has two grill elements which
can be used together, or as a single
grill.
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For best results:
Pre-heat the single grill for 5 minutes
and the dual grill for 3 minutes.
If your grill is a dual grill:
•
The dual grill uses all of the top element and is ideal for grilling large
quantities of food.
The cooling fan may come on during use,
and may continue to run for some time
afterwards.
•
The single grill uses part of the element only, and is better suited to grill
smaller amounts of food.
To adjust your results, you can turn the
grid over, or remove it altogether.
•
When grilling with the door closed
only the inner part of your grill is
used.
To switch off, return the control knobs to
the ‘off’ position.
The grill neon
When grilling with the door closed, the
neon will cycle on and off as the temperature is maintained inside the cavity. If the
door is open, it will not cycle on and off.
USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
Fanned oven guide
•
Some adjustment will have to be
made to conventional cooking temperatures.
•
The table below shows conventional cooking temperatures, fanned
temperatures and gas marks. For optimum results using the fanned oven
setting, conventional temperatures
need to be converted to the fanned
oven temperatures.
•
For example and item which would
cook at 180°C will now cook at the
fanned oven temperature of 160°C.
•
This is a high efficiency oven, you
may notice an emission of steam
when the door is opened.
•
When cooking chilled or frozen foods,
use the recommended cooking times
and temperature on the packaging.
Always make sure the food is piping
hot throughout before serving.
•
There are no zones of heat, and no
flavour transfer when using a fanned
oven - allowing you to cook a greater
variety of foods together.
•
If you are cooking on more than
one shelf, you may need to slightly
increase the cooking time.
•
Always make sure that there is
enough space between dishes, to
allow food to rise, and to air to
circulate.
Conventional temp (°C)
‘A’ Efficiency oven
(°C)
Gas Mark
100
100
1/4
110
110
1/4
130
120
1/2
140
130
1
150
140
2
160
150
3
180 - 190
160
4-5
200
170
6
220
180
7
230
190
8
250
200
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USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
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COOKING GUIDE
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Food Type
Food
Food Type
Type
Cakes
Cakes
Cakes
cakes
Small
cakes
Small Small
cakes
Victoria
Victoria sandwich
sandwich
Victoria
sandwich
Semi
Semi rich
rich fruit
fruit cake
cake
Semi Christmas
rich
fruit
cake
Christmas cake
cake
Christmas cake
Puddings
Puddings
Puddings
BreadBread
& butter
&& butter
Bread
butter
pudding
pudding
pudding
Fruit
Fruit crumble
crumble
Fruit crumble
Temp. Setting °C
Shelf
Position
Time Approx.
Temp.
Temp.
Setting
Setting ˙C
˙C
Time
Time
Approx.
Approx.
Conv
Conv
Conv
Fanned
Fanned
Fanned
Intensive
Intensive
Intensive
190
190
190
180
180
180
150
150
150
150
150
150
175
175
175
160
160
160
125
125
125
125
125
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170
170
200
200
200
150
150
150
175
175
175
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25- 25
20
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30
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45
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99
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220
220
220
220
220
200
200
220
200
200
200
200
200
200
180
180
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180
200
200
200
200
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180
180
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USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
Roasting Guide
•
Roasting times depend on the weight,
shape and texture of the meat and
personal preference. In order to
calculate the roasting time, weigh
the meat or poultry, including the
stuffing, and follow the times given
below.
Meat joints (including chicken) should
be roasted at 180 - 200°C Conventional/ 160 - 180°C Fanned for 20 - 30
mins per 450g/1lb, plus 20 minutes on
shelf position 2.
•
Frozen meat must be thoroughly
thawed before cooking. For large
joints, it is advisable to thaw overnight.
•
Frozen poultry must be thoroughly
thawed before cooking. The time
required depends on the size of the
bird - eg: a large turkey may take up
to 48 hours to thaw.
•
When cooking stuffed meat or poultry, calculate the cooking time from
the total weight of the meat plus the
stuffing.
•
Cooking joints in foil, covered roasters, lidded casseroles, or roasting
bags will help to reduce meat shrinkage, give a more moist result and
may reduce fat splashing. However,
a slightly longer cooking times will
be required, add 5 - 10 minutes per
450g (1lb) to the calculated cooking
time. When using roasting bags do
not exceed the temperatures recommended by the manufacturer, and do
not allow the roasting bag to touch
the sides or top of the oven.
•
Use of a trivet with the roasting tin
will reduce fat splashing during open
roasting, and will help to keep the
oven interior clean.
•
The use of a roasting tin larger then
that supplied is not advised, as this
may impair performance and lead to
extended cooking times.
USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
Roasting Guide
Roast turkey
•
•
Roasting turkey perfectly involves
cooking two different types of meat the delicate light breast meat, which
must not be allowed to dry out, and
the darker leg meat, which takes
longer to cook.
Turkey Roasting times.
Most Turkeys are measured by the
kilogram. Timing should be calculated
in either of these ways:
40 minutes per 1kg plus 10 minutes
per 1/4 kg.
or
The turkey must be roasted long
enough for the legs to cook, so
frequent basting is necessary. The
breast meat can be covered once
browned.
20 minutes per 1lb, plus 20 minutes.
•
Turkey should be roasted at 180°C 190°C Conventional / 160°C - 180°C
Fanned for 20 mins per 1lb, plus 20
minutes.
Please do not attempt to roast a
Turkey larger than this, as the results
cannot be guaranteed.
•
The turkey can be open roasted,
breast side down, for half of the cook
time, and then turned over for the
remainder of the cooking time.
•
If the turkey is stuffed, add 5 minutes
per 1lb to the cooking time.
•
If roasting turkey covered with foil,
add 5 minutes per 1lb to the cooking
time.
•
To test if the turkey is cooked, push
a fine skewer into the thickest part
of the thigh. If the juices run clear,
the turkey is cooked. If the juices are
still pink, the turkey will need longer
cooking. Always make sure that the
turkey is cooked properly before serving.
The maximum size Turkey for this appliance is: 20lbs approximately 9kgs.
USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
General Baking Guide
Trouble-shooting - fruit cakes
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Fruit sinking to the bottom
Low oven temperature which may cause the cake
to take longer to set, allowing the fruit to sink. Or,
too much liquid, or raising agent. The fruit may
not have been properly washed and dried.
Cake sinking / dipping in the
centre
Too much raising agent in the mixture. Too hot, or
too cool an oven. Or, not enough liquid or insufficient creaming.
Surface cracks
Too small a tin, or too much mixture in the tin.
Too much raising agent in the mix, plus not
enough liquid or insufficient creaming. The oven
may be too hot.
Hard outer crust with a damp
patch inside
Oven too hot, therefore the cake baked too
quickly. Too much sugar, or insufficient liquid.
Burnt outside
Oven temperature too high. Oven too small for
the size of cake. Insufficient protection around the
tin. Cake baked on too high a shelf.
Texture with pronounced holes.
Too much raising agent. Flour unevenly mixed.
Texture too close and cake insufficiently risen.
Not enough raising agent. Not enough liquid. Too
cool an oven. Insufficient creaming.
Cake crumbles when cut
Not enough liquid. Baked for too long. Not enough
sugar. Too much baking agent.
Too dry
Over baking. Insufficient egg or liquid. Too much
raising agent.
Trouble-shooting - sponge cakes
Domed top
Insufficient creaming of mixture. Cake baked on
too high a shelf position, or at too high a temperature. Paper liners can cause the outer edge
not to rise and the centre to peak.
Hollowed / sunken top
Too much raising agent. Oven temperature too
low, or incorrect shelf position. Cake removed
from oven before it’s cooked. Use of soft tub
margarine.
Very pale, but cooked
Oven temperature too low. Baked too low in the
oven
Overflowing tin
Tin too small for the amount of mixture
USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION
Cooling and Defrosting Function
•
To cool foods quickly straight after
cooking, but before refrigerating or
freezing, turn the oven control to the
defrost position, and open the door.
•
To defrost frozen foods, turn the oven
control to the defrost position, place
the food in the centre of the oven
and close the door.
Defrosting times
•
Small or thin pieces of frozen fish or
meat - eg; fish fillets, prawns, and
mince will take approximately 1 - 2
hours. Placing the food in a single
layer will reduce the thawing time.
•
A medium sized casserole or stew will
take around 3 - 4 hours.
•
A 1½kg / 3lb oven ready chicken
will take around 5 hours, remove the
giblets as soon as possible.
•
Always check foods are thoroughly
defrosted before cooking.
Be safe
•
Do not defrost stuffed poultry using
this method.
•
Do not defrost larger joints of meat
and poultry over 2kg / 4lb using this
method.
•
Never place uncooked food for defrosting next to cooked food which is
to be cooled, as this can lead to cross
contamination.
•
Defrosting meat, poultry and fish
speeded up using this method,
but make sure they are completely
thawed before cooking thoroughly.
•
Place meat and poultry on a trivet in
a meat tin, to catch the juices from
the defrosting process.
USING THE PLATE RACK (IF SUPPLIED)
To fit the plate rack:
•
Pull the shelf out of the cavity.
•
Tilt the plate warmer towards you
and make sure that it hooks underneath the shelf bars at the front.
•
Drop the plate warmer carefully into
position.
The plate warmer is now secure and you
can place your plates into it.
Always make sure that you use oven
gloves if you are putting the plate warmer
into a hot, or recently used oven to prevent burns.
Always make sure that your plates are
suitable for warming - some plates may
shatter or crack when exposed to heat.
We recommend that you heat the oven to
70°C, or below, if you are warming plates.
Plate warmer
FRONT OF SHELF
REAR OF SHELF
USING THE OVEN - SLOW COOK (if fitted)
Introduction
One of your oven compartments is an
electric oven which provides a gentle heat
suitable for slow cooking or keeping food
warm. The oven is operated by a button at the right hand of the fascia, and a
red neon will illuminate to show that the
oven is switched on. Please check which
side the slow cook oven is on, by looking at the specification at the front of this
handbook.
The slow cook element is positioned
in the base of the lower compartmentalways make sure that the prepared cooking pot is placed centrally on the base of
this compartment.
Do not use either compartment to store
food or canned items.
Do not use the upper compartment for
slow cooking,or food warming.
Cooking times
The cooking time varies according to the
type of food being cooked, and experience will show how long foods should be
cooked for, according to personal taste
and preference.
In general foods should be cooked for at
least 5 hours, and maybe left up to 8-10
hours without spoiling if covered. As a
guide, foods cooked using the slow cook
oven will take about three times longer
than they would in a conventional oven.
Utensils
Any oven proof utensils maybe used for
slow cooking, provided they have a close
fitted lid.
To rectify a badly fitting lid a piece of
cooking foil may be placed over the
dish,under the lid.
For convenience and to save washing up,
the most useful utensils for slow cooking are the flame proof type which can
be used over direct heat and for oven
cooking,and are sufficiently attractive to
use as serving dishes.
Keeping food warm
Turn the oven on, and allow to pre-heat
for 20 minutes before placing the food in
the oven. If food is to be kept moist then
it is important to cover the dish or plate to
prevent food from drying out. This can be
done using aluminium foil if the dish does
not have a lid.
Do not use cling film to cover food as it
cannot with stand the heat produced in
the oven.
Some foods are best left un covered if you
wish to keep the food dry and crisp.
Do not add gravy to plated meals until
serving.
Carved meat should be placed on one
plate and covered, adding just one tablespoon of gravy to keep it moist. When
keeping plated meals warm it is recommended that the food is placed on hot
rather than cold plates.
Slow Cooking
Slow cooking has always been the best
way to prepare a nutritious hot meal
with the minimum of preparation and
maximum time away from the kitchen.
The benefits of slow cooking have been
recognized by cooks for centuries, and are
still appreciated by cooks today.
USING THE OVEN - SLOW COOK (if fitted)
The advantages of slow cooking are
as follows:
•
Food can be left to cook unattended
for several hours and will keep hot for
several hours if left covered, without
spoiling for a further 2-3 hours, so
foods can be left to cook while you
are out for the day, or over night.
•
Inexpensive cuts of meat become
deliciously tender when slow cooked.
•
Slow cooking will also produce moist,
tender“roasts”with minimal meat
shrink-age and reduced oven soiling.
•
Dishes such as soups, vegetables,
puddings savory dishes and preserves
are also suitable for slow cooking.
•
There is no topping up of steamers, steam filled kitchens or constant
checking to do.
Using the slow cook oven
Turn the oven on and preheat for 20
minutes. Always place the prepared cooking pot centrally on the base of the oven.
Follow the guide lines for the best results.
•
The maximum capacity of oven proof
dishes should be no more than 2.5
litres (4.5 pints).
•
Please note: The more you fill the
dish/pot the longer it will take to
cook.
•
Cooking times will vary depending on
the size and shape of the meat, or
poultry.
•
Always bring soups,casseroles and
liquids before placing in a preheated
oven. To give more colour to meat or
poultry, fry the meat to brown and
add to stock which is hot.
•
All meat and poultry recipes need a
minimum of 5 hours to cook.
•
Make sure all frozen ingredients are
well thawed out.
•
Always ensure that frozen poultry has
thoroughly defrosted in a refrigerator
and all ice crystals have melted.
•
Cut root vegetables into smaller
pieces as they take longer than meat
to cook.
•
If possible they should be sauteed for
2-3 minutes before slow cooking.
•
Ensure that root vegetables are
always at the bottom of the pan immersed in the cooking liquid.
•
A meat thermometer should be used
when cooking pork joints and poultry.
The internal temperature of the food
should reach 88˙C,
•
Stuffed meat or stuffed poultry
should not be slow cooked. Cook any
stuffing separately.
•
Cover casseroles with a lid, or foil to
prevent loss of moisture.
•
Adjust seasonings and thickenings at
the end of cooking time.
•
Dried red kidney beans must be
boiled for a minimum of 10 minutes
following soaking before inclusion in
any dish.
•
Opening the door during cooking,
leads to heat loss, and will lead to
increased cooking times.
USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC
THE ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMMERS
There are two types of programmer covered in this section - push button & touch
control. Both programmers have the same
symbol variants & functions but may vary
in their method of operation.
The push button programmer
Symbol
Symbol
-
Symbols on the LED display.
Down/minus
This ‘A’ symbol appears when either
a semi, or fully automatic program is
selected. This symbol will flash while a
program is being set.
Used to decrease cook
/ end time, remove
minutes from the
minute minder and
adjust the time of day.
Also for listening to
and setting the alarm
tone.
Once a program is set the symbol will
light up, and remain lit until the alarm
sounds, or the program is cancelled.
What is it?
Up/plus
+
Used to increase
cook / end time, add
minutes to the minute
minder and adjust the
time of day.
Function button
Used to select the
FUNC- MODE functions available on
this timer.
TION
or
Press once for: Minute
Minder.
Press twice for: Cook
time
Press three times for:
End time.
How to use these
functions is explained
later on in this section.
This bell symbol appears when the Minute
Minder function has been selected.
While the Minute Minder is being set, the
Bell symbol flashes. Once the length of
time is set, the Bell symbol remains lit
until the time runs down, or the function
is cancelled.
This message and ‘A’ symbol appear when
you are asked to set the length of time
you require the oven to cook automatically for.Using the Up and Down buttons
adjusts this accordingly.
The ‘function’ button in the centre is used
for setting the minute minder and setting
up the automatic cooking. See below for
details.
This message and ‘A’ symbol appear when
USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC
you are asked to enter in an end time, or
when you would like the oven to switch
itself off.
Setting the minute minder
To set the time of day
•
Press the Up and Down buttons
together for a few seconds, and
release.
•
The ‘•’ in between the numbers on
the LED Display will begin to flash.
•
While the ‘•’ is flashing it is possible
to adjust the time using the Up and
Down buttons. Once the time has
been set, allow approximately 30
seconds before using any of the other
timer functions. This ensures that the
time will remain correct.
To select an alarm tone
There are three tones to choose from.
•
Press and hold the down button to
listen to the first tone.
•
Release the down button and press it
again to listen to the second tone etc.
•
Releasing the down button after the
tone has sounded will automatically
select that tone.
•
To set the Minute Minder, press the
Function button once. The bell symbol will appear and start flashing. The
flashing only lasts for 5 seconds so
the time must be set within this time
frame.
•
Use the Up and Down button to set
the length of time required. Once this
has been done, the Minute Minder is
set.
•
When the desired length of time has
counted down the alarm will sound.
•
To cancel the tone, press any of the
buttons.
•
To cancel the Minute Minder at any
time, press the Up and Down buttons
together.
USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC
Semi-automatic cooking
There are two types of semi automatic
cooking available on this appliance.
The oven must be switched on, and in use
to use either of these functions successfully.
The Duration method allows you to set the
oven for a specific length of time. If a dish
needed 2 hours to cook, then it would be
possible for you to set the oven to turn off
2 hours later. This allows you to be sure
that your food will be cooked for a set
length of time and no longer.
The End Time method allows you to enter
a specific time when you would like the
oven to switch off. If you wish to leave the
oven unattended, then it offers peace of
mind that the oven will have turned itself
off at the set time.
However, once the program is set then it
cannot be adjusted. Extra time cannot be
added, nor can the end time be extended.
To cancel the semi automatic programs,
press both the Up and Down buttons
together. This can be done at any time
during the cooking process. Then if necessary, re program.
For the instructions on how to use both of
these functions, please see the following
page.
Fully automatic cooking
This function incorporates both a duration
and an end time and is meant to be used
when you wish to delay the start time.
We recommend that the first few times
this function is used you are in the house,
this will familiarise you with your oven and
prevents food from being over cooked or
under cooked.
Care must be taken when selecting foods
for this function, it is not recommended
for certain food items which may spoil, or
are sensitive to being left.
It is also advisable to set the end time to
be as close to your return as possible to
prevent food being left standing.
USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC
SEMI-AUTOMATIC COOKING
The duration method
•
Press the Function button twice,(1)
which will skip past the Minute
Minder.
•
The LED display will flash the word
‘dur’, (2) and the ‘A’ will flash on the
left hand side of the display.
•
Use the Up and Down buttons to set
the length of time you want to cook
for.(3) This must be done within 5
seconds or the time of day will show
again.
Once this is done the oven will automatically switch off once the time has elapsed,
and the alarm will sound.
To switch off the alarm, press any button.
To view any remaining time press the
function button twice.
The end time method
•
Press the Function button three times,
which will skip past the Minute Minder
and the Duration programmer. (4)
•
The LED display will flash the word
‘End’ and the ‘A’ will flash on the left
hand side of the display. (5)
•
Use the Up and Down buttons to
select the time the oven is required to
turn off. (6)
Once this is done the oven will turn itself
off at the time you have selected.
To switch off the alarm, press any button.
USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC
FULLY AUTOMATIC COOKING (EXAMPLE)
This programming method is best suited
for when a delayed start time is required.
Unlike the semi automatic methods this
requires both the duration and the end
time to be entered. The timer will work
out the start time and begin cooking.
•
Press the function button twice to
select the length of time your food
will need. (7)
•
The ‘A’ on the left hand side will flash
and the ‘dur’ message will flash up.
(8)
•
Using the Up and Down buttons set
the time you require within 5 seconds
of the ‘dur’ message. (9)
•
Press the function button three times
until the ‘A’ flashes again and the
‘End’ messages appears. (10) & (11)
•
Using the Up and Down buttons, set
the time you would like the oven to
switch off. (12)
•
Set the temperature of the oven and
place the food inside.
While the automatic function is running,
the ‘A’ will appear statically on the display,
with the time.
Try to keep the end time as close to when
you expect to return, this will prevent
cooked food from being left standing in a
warm oven.
The timer will calculate the appropriate
start time.
To switch off the alarm, press any button.
USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC
The touch control programmer
There are three touch control icons for
this timer - the table below shows you
what the symbols look like, depending on
the model type, & their functions.
The ‘function’ icon in the centre is used for
setting the minute minder & setting up the
automatic cooking - see below for details.
Note - some functions require you to
‘touch & hold’ an icon for a few seconds,
whilst others require you to just ‘touch’
the icon without holding.
Symbol
Symbol
What is it?
-
Used to decrease
cook / end time, remove minutes from
the minute minder
and adjust the time
of day. Also for listening to and setting
the alarm tone.
Down/minus
Up/plus
+
Used to increase
cook / end time,
add minutes to the
minute minder and
adjust the time of
day.
Function icon
Used to select the
functions available
FUNC- MODE
on this timer.
TION
Touch once for:
Minute Minder.
Touch twice for:
Cook time
Touch three times
for: End time.
How to use these
functions is explained later on in
this section.
Symbols on the LED display.
This ‘A’ symbol appears when either
a semi, or fully automatic program is
selected. This symbol will flash while a
program is being set.
Once a program is set the symbol will light
up, and remain lit until the alarm sounds,
or the program is cancelled.
This Bell symbol appears when the Minute
Minder function has been selected.
While the Minute Minder is being set, the
Bell symbol flashes. Once the length of
time is set, the Bell symbol remains lit
until the time runs down, or the function
is cancelled.
This message and ‘A’ symbol appear when
you are asked to set the length of time
you require the oven to cook automatically
for. Using the Up and Down icons adjusts
this accordingly.
This message and ‘A’ symbol appear when
you are asked to enter in an end time, or
when you would like the oven to switch
itself off.
USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC
Setting the time of day
Semi-automatic cooking
Touch & hold the centre (function) icon for
a few seconds until the ● symbol between
the numbers on the LED display flashes.
Method 1 - duration (switch off after
set time period):
While the ● symbol is flashing, you can
adjust the time of day by touching the
plus & minus icons. Please note: the hours
& minutes adjust quickly.
Important - once the time of day has
been set, allow approximately 30 seconds
before using any of the other programmer
functions. This ensures that the time of
day will remain correct.
Setting an alarm tone
Touch & hold the plus & minus icons
simultaneously until the ● symbol flashes
& you hear a beep - then touch the centre
(function) icon.
Touch the minus icon to select the tone.
You can change the tone by repeatedly
touching the minus icon - there are three
tones to choose from.
Setting the minute minder
To set the minute minder, touch & hold the
centre (function) icon until the bell symbol
appears & begins to flash. Important - the
flashing will last for approximately five
seconds, so any setting must be carried
out within this time frame.
Touch the plus & minus icons to set the
length of time required. Once this has
been done, the minute minder is set.
When the desired length of time has
counted down, the alarm will sound. To
cancel the tone, touch & hold any of the
icons.
To cancel the minute minder at any time,
touch & hold the plus & minus icons
together.
Touch & hold the centre (function) icon;
the bell will flash & you will hear a beep.
Touch the centre (function) icon again
- this will skip past the minute minder
function.
The display will flash the word ‘dur’ & the
‘A’ will flash on the left hand of the display.
Use the plus & minus icons to set the
length of time you want to cook for. The
flashing will last for approximately five
seconds, so the setting must be done
within this time frame or the time of day
will show again.
Once the duration has been set, the oven
will automatically switch off. When the set
time has elapsed the alarm will sound. To
switch the alarm off, touch any icon.
To view any remaining time, touch & hold
the centre (function) icon & touch again.
To cancel the semi-automatic programme
at any time, touch the plus & minus icons
together.
Method 2 - end time (switch off at a
set end time):
Touch & hold the centre (function) icon;
the bell will flash & you will hear a beep.
Touch the centre (function) icon again
- twice - this will skip past the minute
minder & duration functions.
The display will flash the word ‘End’ & the
‘A’ will flash on the left hand of the display.
USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC
Use the plus & minus icons to select the
time the oven is required to switch off.
Once this is done the oven will switch
itself off at the pre-selected time. To turn
the alarm off, touch any icon.
To cancel the semi-automatic programme
at any time, touch the plus & minus icons
together.
Fully automatic cooking
This function allows the cooker to switch
on & off automatically. It requires both the
duration & the end time to be entered.
The timer will work out the start time &
begin cooking.
Touch & hold the centre (function) icon;
the bell will flash & you will hear a beep.
Touch the centre (function) icon again
- this will skip past the minute minder
function.
The display will flash the word ‘dur’ & the
‘A’ will flash on the left hand of the display.
Use the plus & minus icons to set the
length of time you want to cook for. The
flashing will last for approximately five
seconds, so the setting must be done
within this time frame or the time of day
will show again.
Touch the centre (function) icon again this skips past the minute minder & duration functions.
The display will flash the word ‘End’ & the
‘A’ will flash on the left hand of the display.
Use the plus & minus icons to select the
time the oven is required to switch off.
Set the temperature of the oven & place
the food inside. The timer will calculate
the start time.
When this is done the oven will turn itself
off at the time you have selected. To
switch off the alarm, touch any icon.
To cancel the automatic programme at
any time, touch the plus & minus icons
together.
USING THE MINUTE MINDER (IF FITTED)
ELECTRONIC MINUTE MINDER
The digital timer enables you to set the
time of day (24 hour clock) and the minute minder alarm.
Setting the “Time of Day”
•
Switch on the electricity supply to the
appliance.
•
The display will flash.
•
Press and release the time of day
button.
•
Set the time of day with the plus and
minus buttons.
•
The time will be set 7 seconds after
the last plus or minus operation.
Alarm tones
After setting the time of day, you can
select one of three alarm tones.
Press the minus button to listen to the
first tone, then release the minus button
and press it again to listen to the second
tone, etc.
Releasing the minus button after a tone
has sounded will automatically select that
tone.
Setting the minute minder
•
Press and release the plus button to
change the display from clock to minute minder - the bell symbol will light.
•
Use the plus and minus buttons to
set the length of time before the
alarm tone will sound. The display will
increase/decrease in units of 10 seconds up to 99 minutes 50 seconds,
and in units of 1 minute from 1 hour
40 minutes upwards. The maximum
period which may be set is 10 hours.
The display format will change after 99
minutes and 50 seconds to 1 hour and 40
minutes.
During countdown, the minute minder has
priority on the display, which will show (in
minutes : seconds, or hours : minutes)
the time remaining.
When countdown is complete, the tone
will sound for 7 minutes, or it can be reset
with one touch of any button.
To cancel the minute minder at any other
time, run down the set time with the
minus button.
The display will revert to show the time
of day.
MECHANICAL MINUTE MINDER
Turn the minute minder control knob fully
to the maximum setting, then turn back to
the desired setting.
When countdown is complete, the timer
will give a audible signal for a few seconds
before it stops.
CLEANING
General
•
It is important to clean the product
regularly as a build up of fat can affect its performance or damage it and
may invalidate your guarantee.
•
Always switch off your appliance
and allow it to cool down before you
clean any part of it.
•
Do not use undiluted bleaches,
products containing chlorides, wire
wool or abrasive cleaners on aluminium, stainless steel, or plastic/
painted parts as they can damage
the appliance. Nylon pads can also be
unsuitable.
•
Take extra care when cleaning over
symbols on fascia panels. Excessive
cleaning can lead to the symbols
fading.
•
If your product is fitted with stainless
steel cladded stips. You may notice
a small white residue on the outer
edges, this can be removed with a
non abrasive wipe.
Painted & Plastic parts
•
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in
hot soapy water.
•
Do not use abrasive cleaners, wire or
nylon cleaning pads on these parts.
Stainless steel & Aluminium surfaces
•
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in
hot soapy water, and dry with a soft
cloth.
•
Stubborn marks can be removed using a stainless steel cleaner. Supplies
can be purchased from the Customer
Care Centre.
•
Sharp objects can mark the surface
of stainless steel, but will become
less noticeable with time.
•
Wipe any spillage immediately, taking
care to avoid burning your hands
•
Some foods are corrosive eg; vinegar,
fruit juices and especially salt - they
can mark or damage the metal if they
are left on the surface.
•
Baby oil can be used to restore stainless steel finishes - but only use a
few drops. Don’t use cooking oils
as they can contain salts, which will
damage the metal.
•
Do not use steam cleaners.
Enamel surfaces & parts
•
Clean with warm, soapy water and a
clean cloth.
•
If larger splashes of fat do not readily
disappear, you can use a mild cream
cleaner to remove them. More stubborn marks can be removed using a
soap filled pad.
•
Rinse well and dry with a soft clean
towel or cloth.
•
Do not use steam cleaners.
Glass parts
WARNING:- Do not use harsh
abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the
oven door glass since they can
scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
•
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in
hot soapy water, or a specialist glass
cleaner.
Rinse away any excess cleaner and dry
with a soft cloth.
Chrome plated parts
•
Use a moist soap filled pad, or place
in a dishwasher
CLEANING
REMOVING OVEN PARTS FOR
CLEANING
Inner Door Glass
•
The inner door glass panel can be
removed for cleaning but it must be
replaced the right way up. If there is
any writing on the glass, you must be
able to read it clearly when the cavity
doors are open.
•
Always make sure that the glass is
pushed fully into the Stop position.
•
To remove the glass panel, open the
door wide, hold the top and bottom
edges and slide out.
•
Warning: do not operate the appliance without the glass panel correctly
fitted.
•
For your safety, glass door panels are
made of toughened glass. This ensures that, in the unlikely event that
a panel breaks, it does so into small
fragments to minimise the risk of injury. Please take care when handling,
using or cleaning all glass panels, as
any damage to the surfaces or edges
may result in the glass breaking
without warning or apparent cause at
a later date. Should any glass panel
be damaged, we strongly recommend
that it is replaced immediately.
Shelf Runners
•
Shelf runners can be removed to
enable you to clean them thoroughly.
Make sure they are cool to touch and
then grasp the runners and slide out
of their hanging holes.
Pull out to clean
CLEANING
TELESCOPIC SHELVING SYSTEM
(if fitted)
•
•
•
•
In addition to the traditional shelving
fitted in your appliance, the telescopic shelving system is fitted in the
most commonly used location in your
cavity.
The shelves with the telescopic
system are easier to pull out than
traditional shelving, which means the
oven door stays open for a shorter
period of time. The smooth action
also reduces the likelihood of fat, or
food, spillage, and gives you extra
security.
You do not have to use the telescopic
shelves all of the time. You can place
the shelves in the traditional positions
if you would like more choice.
The telescopic shelves remove easily
from the runner for re-positioning
or cleaning, but we recommend that
you reposition your shelving before
cooking, and remove the shelving for
cleaning when the shelves are cold to
prevent burning yourself.
To remove the telescopic shelves
•
Make sure the shelf is cool enough to
touch.
•
Push the oven shelf back into the
cavity, until it hits the stop position.
•
Grasp the shelf bars in the centre,
and lift the back of the shelf clear of
the stop position.
•
You can then lift the front of the shelf
clear of the retaining tabs.
To replace the telescopic shelves
•
Make sure the oven runners are
pushed all the way back into the
cavity.
•
Tilt the shelf and make sure the front
of the shelf is against the stop position.
•
Carefully place the shelf back onto
the runner and snap in place firmly.
•
Make sure the back of the self is
inside the retaining tabs and slide it
in and out of the oven to make sure
it works correctly.
Make sure the shelf
is firmly pressed against
the stop position at
back of the oven cavity
1. Grasp and
lift shelf bars
Note: Make sure the shelf is
unclipped from the retaining
tabs before removal.
2. Lift shelf
clear
CLEANING
ELECTRIC HOB
•
You can restore the hotplates by using a solid plate cleaner but take care
to avoid the red spots on elements.
•
To prime: Switch on each element in
turn for a short while (with no pan on
it) at a medium - high setting. This
will harden and burn off the coating.
•
To season: Heat the element for 30
seconds at a medium setting then
switch off. Use a minimum amount
of unsalted vegetable oil, on a dry
cloth or paper towel, and apply a thin
coat of oil to the element surface.
Wipe off the excess and heat the element for one minute.
Ceramic glass hobs
•
The ceramic hob top can be cleaned
using a clean, damp cloth or kitchen
paper. Do not use a used dishcloth
or sponge as they can leave a film of
detergent on the surface which can
lead to discoloration. Please ensure
that the elements are cooled fully to
avoid steam burns.
•
You can use a specialist ceramic
cleaner to restore the surface, but
use sparingly to avoid coating the
hob top too thickly. Too much cream
cleaner will lead to discolouration.
Use a dry, clean cloth to polish the
surface.
•
For stubborn marks, a specialist hob
scraper can be used.
•
Do not use steam cleaners or highpressure cleaning equipment.
•
Regular cleaning will prevent any
salts or minerals from accumulating
on your hob and discolouring the
glass.
•
Wipe any spillage as soon as possible.
•
Clean the hob top as regularly as
possible, this will prevent any build
up of grease which may be a fire
hazard.
Solid plate hobs
•
Prime and Season - this helps maintain the finish of the elements.
•
Use a damp, clean cloth to wipe the
solid plate, making sure that you
follow the circular grooves and avoid
damaging the red spots. Make sure
that you allow the hotplate to dry
before use by switching on the elements at a low heat.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC
Moving the cooker
Please note that the weight of this appliance is approximately 80-100kg (unpacked depending on width). Take care
if the appliance needs to be lifted during
installation - always use an appropriate
method of lifting.
Do not attempt to move the cooker by
pulling on the doors or handles. Open the
door and grasp the frame of the cooker,
taking care that the door does not shut on
your fingers.
Take care to avoid damage to soft or
uneven floor coverings when moving the
appliance. Some cushioned vinyl floor coverings may not be designed to withstand
sliding appliances without marking or
damage.
Important: Ensure that you route all
mains cables well clear of any adjacent
heat source.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC
Clearances
•
If your appliance has a side opening
door, we recommend a side clearance
of 60mm to allow the oven door to
fully open.
•
The cooker must have a side clearance above hob level of 90mm up to
a height of 400mm.
This cooker may be fitted flush to the
base units of your kitchen.
•
No shelf, overhang, cupboard, or
cooker hood should be less than
650mm above the hob top, but
please check this with the hood
manufacturers instructions.
The important dimensions are those
around the appliance.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC
Levelling Your Cooker
Place a spirit level on a baking sheet onto
an oven shelf.
The cooker is fitted with LEVELLING FEET
(1). Level your cooker to your desired
height using the levelling feet at the front
and rear of the cooker.
Place the cooker in position and draw a
PENCIL LINE level with the front edge (2).
Mark the centre of the cooker to give a
CENTRE LINE (3).
Remove the cooker and mark off 200mm
to the left of the centre line (4) on the
rear wall.
Measure from FLOOR LEVEL to the
ENGAGEMENT EDGE where the stability
bracket will rest and add 2mm (5).
Transfer this dimension to the rear wall
and secure the bracket to the wall at this
height (6) using the two off centre holes
in the single bracket.
Stability bracket
The stability bracket provided must be
fitted to the back of the cooker and fitted
as follows:
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC
Fitting the plinth (if applicable)
•
Ensure the appliance is raised to a
height of 915mm or above using
adjusting feet (A) before beginning.
•
Open the appliance doors and loosen
screw (C), do not remove the screw
entirely. If your appliance has a storage drawer at the bottom, you access
the screws through holes located at
the base of the drawer after lifting
the mat.
•
Fit plinth (B) and secure using screw
(C).
OVEN CAVITY
DOOR
C
A
B
PLINTH
Fitting the splashback (if applicable)
•
Loosely fit screw A and nut B into
hole 1 at both ends of the rear surface of the appliance.
•
Locate fitted screw A through the
slots in both of the metal splashback
plates.
•
Tighten screw A and nut B.
•
Now locate and tighten screw C and
nut D through hole (2) at both ends
of the rear surface of the appliance.
Make sure that the splashback is
securely attached, but avoid over
tightening.
(1)
A
(2)
C
B
D
Fitting the towel rail (if applicable)
•
•
On the towel rail there are two hole,
top (A) and bottom (B), these holes
have corresponding holes on the
fascia at each end.
The screw for the top hole (A), must
be screwed into the supplied adaptor,
where as the remaining screw just
goes through the bottom hole (B).
Both screws are M6 screws. Using
the allen key provided, tighten the
screws making sure that the towel
rail is flush to the fascia, but not
over tightened.
A
B
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC
CONNECTING THE ELECTRICITY
SUPPLY - TERMINAL BLOCK
The appliance should be connected by a
competent person who is a member of a
competent person scheme.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
This appliance must be fitted to a
switch providing all pole disconnection with a minimum contact separation of 3mm
Access to the mains terminal is
gained by removing the terminal
block cover at the rear of the appliance.
Connection should be made with a
suitable flexible cable.
First strip the wires then push the
cable through the cable clamp.
Connect the cable to the terminal
block and tighten the cable clamp
screws - see diagram.
Refit the terminal box cover.
Sufficient cable should be used to
allow the cooker to be pulled out,
but must hang clear of the floor so it
does not become twisted or trapped
when the cooker is pushed back.
Please ensure that the user has this copy
of the handbook, and the appliance is in
place. Thank you.
TECHNICAL DATA
Hotplate
kW Rating @ 240v
Induction
Left Front
Left Back
Middle
Right Front
Right Back
1.6kW
1.6kW
2.3kW
1.1kW
1.4kW
Boost
Boost
Boost
Boost
Boost
to
to
to
to
to
3.0kW
3.0kW
3.7kW
2.2kW
3.0kW
Appliance
Size
220 - 240 50 Hz
(Sterling or Richmond)
Sterling &
Richmond
900
13.74kW - 14.95kW
Sterling &
Richmond
1000
13.47kW - 14.63kW
Sterling &
Richmond
1100
13.55kW - 14.72kW
WIRING DIAGRAM
P1/3
LH OVENS
RICHMOND 900Ei
Wiring colour code: Bk-Black, Bn-Brown, Bu-Blue, Gn-Green, Or-Orange, R-Red, W-White, Y-Yellow, Gy-Grey, V-Violet
TOP
OVEN NEON
426
Bk
1
2
554
2
P2
1
P1
404
582
Y
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
P8
P7
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
1
P1
688
446
R
PROGRAMMER
537
Y
Bn
GRILL REG.
P8
P7
P6
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
R
421
426
W
N
L
Bn
Bn
R
Bu
Y
421
W
217
613
V
554
582
Bu
421
LH SIDE
COOLING
FAN
70
19
Bu
582
Bn
LH TOP FRONT
THERMAL SWITCH
A
TERMINAL
BLOCK 53
FRONT
582
404
LH REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
Bk
BACK
551
428
Bu 513
449
W
Bk
20
463
Gn
Bk
554
450
MAIN (LH)
OVEN LAMP
582
Bk
554
20
W
551
Bu Gn Gn
401
Gn
LH MAIN OVEN
FAN
ELEMENT
LH M/O
BASE
ELEMENT
551
70
20
Bk
63
Gn
Gn
R
LH MAIN OV GRILL ELEMENT
LH MAIN
OVEN
STIR
FAN
R
53
Or
453
27
555
450
Or
426
688
217
Gn
422
P1,L
2,A
Bn
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
530
449
PILOT
4,N
W
428
W 448
2
444 THERMOSTAT
431
444
R
Bu
1
27
513
Bu
THERMOSTAT
444
B
Bk
LH MAIN
OVEN NEON
V
530
Bk
R
LH TOP REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
Bn 555
412
448
Or
427
63
LH TOP OV GRILL ELEMENT
Y
431
422
R
Bk
T/O BASE
ELEMENT
Bk
412
453
401
Gn
427
Bk
1
Bu
2
3
4
C
412
551
Or Or
Gn
404
63
Bu
5
Gn
582
6
INLET TERMINAL BLOCK
Version 1
083200500
WIRING DIAGRAM
P2/3
RH OVEN
RICHMOND 900Ei
Wiring colour code: Bk-Black, Bn-Brown, Bu-Blue, Gn-Green, Or-Orange, R-Red, W-White, Y-Yellow, Gy-Grey, V-Violet
B
Bk
463
Bk
RH OVEN
NEON
1
2
Or THERMOSTAT
W
469
Gn
444
R
RH SIDE
COOLING
FAN
2
P2
1
P1
Y
Bn
512
101
53
20
Gn
19
613
R
RIGHT HAND
OVEN LAMP
W
A
Bk
19
40
512
Bk
474
C
Gn
401
Y
RH OVEN
STIR
FAN
Bk
Gn
Gn
20
Bk
469
474
W
444
RH OVEN FAN
ELEMENT
1
101
474
Bn
Bk
2
3
4
5
Or
L150C
RH REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
6
INLET TERMINAL BLOCK
Version 1
083200500
WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM
P1/3
LH OVENS
STERLING 900Ei
Wiring colour code: Bk-Black, Bn-Brown, Bu-Blue, Gn-Green, Or-Orange, R-Red, W-White, Y-Yellow, Gy-Grey, V-Violet
426
B
LH MAIN
OVEN NEON
Bk
W
Bk
582
1
27
513
Bu
2
THERMOSTAT
444
Or
554
404
P2
2
P1
1
R
582
Y
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
P8
P7
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
1
P1
446
DOOR
MICRO
SWITCH
Bn
LH TOP REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
Or
407
Bn
W
613
70
C
TERMINAL
BLOCK
FRONT
404
R
Y
421
Bn
Gn
582
Gn
421
LH TOP FRONT
THERMAL SWITCH
LH SIDE
COOLING
FAN
404
Bu
Bu
BACK
419
Bu
513
Bk
W
449
Bk
Gn
20
463
Bk
554
582
20
554
LH MAIN OV GRILL ELEMENT
R
63
20
Gn
Gn Gn
401
Bu
W
Bk
LH MAIN OVEN
FAN
448
ELEMENT
LH M/O
BASE
ELEMENT
440
Gn
541
MAIN (LH)
Gn OVEN LAMP
450
LH MAIN
OVEN
STIR
FAN
R
70
90
Bk
541
63
LH TOP GRILL ELEMENT
Y
422
401
Gn
Gn
A
541
453
Or
Bu
Bn
1
2
541
440
1
3
4
Bk
63
404
582
Bu
5
Gn
6
INLET TERMINAL BLOCK
Version 1
721
Or
L
Bu
598
Bn
LH REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
Or
R
407
1
554
428
N
P1,L
2,A
422
453
426
27
Or
450
426
PROGRAMMER
Bn
GRILL REG.
Door Switch Harness
08-24623-04
449
Bu
Y
598
4,N PILOT 2,B
444
428
W 448
582
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WIRING DIAGRAM
P2/3
RH OVEN
STERLING 900Ei
Wiring colour code: Bk-Black, Bn-Brown, Bu-Blue, Gn-Green, Or-Orange, R-Red, W-White, Y-Yellow, Gy-Grey, V-Violet
To Inner Fascia
Earth Tab
B
Bk
721
463
Bk
RH OVEN
NEON
1
2
Or THERMOSTAT
W
469
Gn
444
R
RH SIDE
COOLING
FAN
2
P2
1
P1
Y
Bn
512
101
53
20
Gn
19
613
R
RIGHT HAND
OVEN LAMP
W
C
Bk
19
40
512
Bk
474
A
Gn
401
Y
RH OVEN
STIR
FAN
Bk
Gn
Gn
20
Bk
469
474
W
444
RH OVEN FAN
ELEMENT
1
101
474
Bn
Bk
2
3
4
5
Or
L150C
RH REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
6
INLET TERMINAL BLOCK
Version 1
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WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM
P1/3
LH OVENS
RICHMOND 1100Ei
Wiring colour code: Bk-Black, Bn-Brown, Bu-Blue, Gn-Green, Or-Orange, R-Red, W-White, Y-Yellow, Gy-Grey, V-Violet
TOP
OVEN NEON
426
LH MAIN
OVEN NEON
Bk
553
1
2
Or THERMOSTAT Bu
508
Or
Or
444
444
P2
2
554
553
R
P1
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
P8
P7
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
1
P1
41
446
W
444
431
R
Bn
Y
27
421
203
1
2
537
Bu
GRILL REG.
W
450
Or
426
Bu
Bn 407
Y
421
64
(LH) 3 WAY
TERMINAL
BLOCK
BACK
Y
508
LH TOP FRONT
THERMAL
SWITCH
421
554
Or
453
Bn
A
408
Bu
404
449
553
L
Bn
407
428
448
R
410
V 530
422
N
426
P5
P4
P3
P2
P1
463
Y
27
41
P1,L
2,A
440
426
W
PILOT
4,N
463
P8
P7
P6
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Or
PROGRAMMER
THERMOSTAT
LH SIDE 419
COOLING
FAN
Bu
Bu
LH REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
FRONT
Bu
404
508
428
Or
449
Bn
20
Bk
63
Bk
440
MAIN (LH)
OVEN LAMP
554
450
554
R
Bk
63
440
63
LH M/O
BASE
ELEMENT
415
LH MAIN
OVEN
STIR
FAN
V
W
LH MAIN OV GRILL ELEMENT
20
553
408
Bn
448
530
412
LH MAIN OVEN
FAN
ELEMENT
401
Or
410
LH TOP REAR
427 THERMAL
CUTOUT
R
LH TOP OV GRILL ELEMENT
Y
431
422
T/O BASE
ELEMENT
412
415
Or
Or
453
427
412
20 401
Bu
1
2
3
4
5
553
404
6
INLET TERMINAL BLOCK
Version 1
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WIRING DIAGRAM
RH SIDE OVEN AND SLOW COOK
RICHMOND 1100Ei
P2/3
Wiring colour code: Bk-Black, Bn-Brown, Bu-Blue, Gn-Green, Or-Orange, R-Red, W-White, Y-Yellow, Gy-Grey, V-Violet
Bk
Bk
RH OVEN
NEON
1
2
THERMOSTAT
Or
444
422
Y
4
P4
3
P3
2
P2
1
P1
W
Gn
Gn
469
64
Bn
R
3
W
121
41
Or
64
3 WAY TERMINAL
BLOCK
BACK
Gn
64
Gn
Bn
Bk
Bu
RH SIDE
COOLING
FAN
Or
Bk
FRONT
19
436
422
Bk
Y
474
520
538 Bn
401
Bu
Bk
444
SLOW COOK
SWITCH
401
RH OVEN
STIR
FAN
Or
FRONT
440
Gn
64
Bu
W
RH REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
(RH) 4 WAY
TERMINAL
BLOCK
Bn
Bn
64
Bu
Bk
Bn
440 Bu
Gn
520
W
Bk
BACK
437
543
469
520
Gn
64
Bu
Bk
Bk
Bu
437
520
SLOW COOK
NEON
A
RIGHT
HAND OVEN
Bu
LAMP
Bk Gn
Bk
P2
1
P1
Bn
538
Bn
Gn
Bu 520
SLOW COOK
ELEMENT
474
2
3
463
Gn
PUSH ON
EARTH TAB
Bk
Or
121
474
R
Bk
1
2
3
4
5
444
RH OVEN FAN
ELEMENT
6
INLET TERMINAL BLOCK
Version 1
083200600
WIRING DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM
STERLING 1100Ei
LH OVENS
P1/3
Wiring colour code: Bk-Black, Bn-Brown, Bu-Blue, Gn-Green, Or-Orange, R-Red, W-White, Y-Yellow, Gy-Grey, V-Violet
426
A
Gn
64
LH MAIN
OVEN NEON
Bk
Bk
513
553
1
Bk
2
THERMOSTAT Bu
444
Gn
Or
P2
2
554
Bu
P1
1
Or
R
553
692
Bn
Y
PROGRAMMER
Y
W
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
P8
P7
P6
P5
P4
P3
P2
1
P1
4,N PILOT P2,B
Bk
446
692
444
Bn
GRILL REG.
Or
Bn
426
R
Bn
448
(LH) 3 WAY
TERMINAL
Gn BLOCK
BACK
Gn
Gn
449
554
Or
553
Or
LH REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
Bu
FRONT
Y
Bu
Bu
Or Bn
Bk
Bu
LH SIDE
COOLING 419
FAN
404
513
Door Switch Harness
08-24623-04
449
Bn
LH TOP FRONT
THERMAL
SWITCH
421
DOOR
MICRO
SWITCH
428
Bu
407
428
450
Or 553
L
Y
Y
64
W
Or
R
Or
421
27
404
422
453
N
147
Bk
426
27
Bn
P1,L
2,A
426
Bu
20
W
Gn
Gn
63
Bk
Bk
Or
MAIN (LH)
OVEN LAMP
554
450
554
W
LH MAIN OV GRILL ELEMENT
448
63
R
63
Bk
LH MAIN
OVEN
STIR
FAN
Gn
LH M/O
BASE
ELEMENT
Bk 415
20
LH MAIN OVEN
FAN
ELEMENT
541
553
90
70
Gn Bk
Gn
Gn
Bk
LH TOP
REAR
Bk THERMAL
CUTOUT R
R
Gn
Gn
Bu
541
Bk
401
LH TOP OV GRILL ELEMENT
Y
422
415
541
541
453
147
Or
R
1
2
20 401
Bk
Bk
3
4
553
Gn Gn
Bu
5
6
404
Gn
INLET TERMINAL BLOCK
Version 1
083200800
WIRING DIAGRAM
STERLING 1100Ei
P2/3
LH OVENS
Wiring colour code: Bk-Black, Bn-Brown, Bu-Blue, Gn-Green, Or-Orange, R-Red, W-White, Y-Yellow, Gy-Grey, V-Violet
A
64
Gn
Bk
RH OVEN
NEON
1
2
THERMOSTAT
Or
444
422
Y
4
P4
3
P3
2
P2
1
P1
W
Gn
Gn
469
64
64
Bn
R
3
W
121
41
520
SLOW COOK
NEON
Bu
520
469
Or
Bu
437
520
Gn 64
Gn
RIGHT
HAND OVEN
LAMP
64
3 WAY TERMINAL
BLOCK
BACK
Gn
Gn
W
Bn
Bk
RH SIDE
COOLING
FAN
Bu 440
Bk
64
Or
RH REAR
THERMAL
CUTOUT
(RH) 4 WAY
TERMINAL
BLOCK
Bn
Bn
Or
FRONT
440 Bu
FRONT
543
W
Bk
BACK
Bu
437
Gn
64
RH OVEN
STIR
FAN
19
436
Gn 401
422
Y
474
538 Bn
401
Bn
444
SLOW COOK
SWITCH
Bk
520
Bk
Gn
2
P2
1
P1
3
Bn
538
Bn
Gn
Bu
SLOW COOK
ELEMENT
474
463
Gn
PUSH ON
EARTH TAB
Bk
Or
1
121
474
R
Bk
2
3
4
5
444
RH OVEN FAN
ELEMENT
6
INLET TERMINAL BLOCK
Version 1
083200800
WIRING DIAGRAM
CUSTOMER CARE
FAQs
What parts of the appliance can be
washed in a dishwasher?
•
Any enamelled parts such as the grillpan can be cleaned in a dishwasher,
as can oven shelves and shelf guides.
What parts must NOT be cleaned in a
dishwasher?
•
Parts such as burner skirts and caps,
control knobs and any cast iron items
must not be cleaned in a dishwasher,
they should be cleaned with hot
soapy water and a nylon brush once
they are cool enough.
There’s been a power failure and the
product won’t work.
•
Switch off the electricity supply.
•
When the power returns switch the
electricity supply back on and re-set
any programmer/clock to the correct
time of day.
My oven is a single combined oven
and grill - can I use both functions
together?
•
cooling down with food inside.
Should the cooling fan continue to
run once the appliance has been
switched off?
•
Yes. This is to make sure that you
can always touch the control knobs to
make temperature adjustments, and
turn your appliance off.
What is a Multifunction oven?
•
A multifunction oven combines a variety of features, which are explained
fully earlier in this book (if fitted),
it allows you more flexibility when
cooking.
The neon on my appliance keeps
going out and coming back on again
- is this right?
•
Yes. In most cases the neon (if fitted)
will cycle on and off to show that
oven is maintaining your temperature
choice.
Why won’t the ignition work?
•
No. You can only use one or the
other.
Check there is a spark when the ignition button is depressed. If there is
no spark, check the electricity supply
is switched on at the socket. Check
that the gas supply is switched on.
Why is there condensation on the
doors?
Call Customer Care for a Service
Engineer’s visit if:
•
•
You find that the oven becomes hotter at a particular temperature - the
thermostat may need replacing.
•
The cooling fan fails to work.
Condensation is caused by hot, moist
air meeting a cooler surface (i.e. the
oven door). You cannot always prevent it, but you can minimise it when
it happens by doing the following:
•
Pre-heat the oven at a high temperature before putting food in the oven,
and cover the food you are cooking
wherever possible.
•
Whenever you can, cook wet foods at higher temperatures.
•
Don’t leave food in the oven to cool
down.
•
Automatic cooking will normally produce condensation when the oven is
CUSTOMER CARE
CHANGING LIGHT BULBS
(where fitted)
Warning: There is a risk of electric shock,
so always make sure you have turned
off and unplugged your appliance before
starting. Always allow the product to cool
down before you change a bulb.
Not all appliances have the same number
and type of bulbs. Before replacing your
bulb, open the oven door and see which
type you have. Then use the table to help
you change your bulb correctly.
Bulbs can be purchased from hardware
stores (always take the old bulb with you).
Please remember that bulbs are not covered by your warranty.
No of Lamps
Bulb location
Oven Type
Instructions
2
Side
All
Remove the oven shelves. Grasp
the lens cover on the light fitting
and pull it away from the side of
the oven. Unscrew the bulb and
replace. Replace the lens cover
1
Rear
Fanned/Multifunction Remove the oven shelves.
Remove the loose oven back
(Electric)
by unscrewing the 4 securing
screws (one at each corner)
and remove. Unscrew the lens
cover by turning anticlockwise.
Remove the bulb and replace.
Replace the lens cover and oven
back.
1
Rear
Conventional/Fanned Remove the oven shelves. Unscrew the lens cover by turning
(Gas)
anticlockwise. Remove the bulb
and replace. Replace the lens
cover.
Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else
who may use the appliance.
CONTACT US
Calling for a service
If you should experience any problems with your cooker please contact your retailer or
place of purchase.
Important note:
Service work is to be conducted by authorised persons only. It is also adviseable
that your cooker is checked regularly and maintained in good condition. An annual
maintenance is recommended.
Always check the instruction book before calling a service agent to make sure you have
not missed anything.
Glen Dimplex Australia Pty Ltd Customer Care:
Tel: Australia 1-300-556-816
New Zealand 09-274-8265
Before you contact a service agent, make sure that you have the following information
to hand:
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Postcode
Glen Dimplex Australia, Unit 2, 205 Abbotts Road, Dandenong,
South Victoria 3175, Australia
e-mail: sales@glendimplex.com.au
web: www.glendimplex.com.au
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