Built-in oven B46C74.3

[en] Instruction manual
Built-in oven B46C74.3
Ú Table of contents
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Important safety information.....................................................4
Causes of damage .............................................................................6
Energy and environment tips ....................................................6
Saving energy......................................................................................6
Environmentally-friendly disposal.....................................................6
Your new appliance ....................................................................7
Control panel .......................................................................................7
Operating modes ................................................................................8
NeffLight® ............................................................................................8
Your accessories ........................................................................9
Accessories .........................................................................................9
Inserting accessories .........................................................................9
Shelf positions .....................................................................................9
Optional accessories ...................................................................... 10
Before using the appliance for the first time .........................10
Setting the language ....................................................................... 10
Setting the water hardness ............................................................ 10
Altitude calibration ........................................................................... 11
Setting the clock .............................................................................. 11
Cleaning the appliance................................................................... 11
Operating the appliance ..........................................................11
Switching on the appliance............................................................ 11
Selecting operating mode and temperature............................... 12
Filling and emptying the water tank ............................................. 12
Switching off the appliance............................................................ 13
After each steam-assisted use ...................................................... 13
Automatic safety cut-out ................................................................. 13
Changing the basic settings ...................................................14
Electronic clock........................................................................14
Clock display .................................................................................... 14
Timer .................................................................................................. 15
Cooking time .................................................................................... 15
End of operation .............................................................................. 15
Preset operation............................................................................... 16
Setting the clock .............................................................................. 16
Rapid heat up ................................................................................... 16
Checking, correcting or deleting settings ................................... 16
Childproof lock .........................................................................16
Lock.................................................................................................... 16
Permanent lock ................................................................................ 17
Baking .......................................................................................17
Baking in tins and on trays ............................................................ 17
Baking on two or more levels ....................................................... 17
Baking table for basic doughs/cake mixtures ........................... 17
Bread-baking .................................................................................... 18
Baking table for fresh meals and frozen convenience products
............................................................................................................. 19
Tips and tricks .................................................................................. 20
Roasting ....................................................................................21
Open roasting................................................................................... 21
Closed roasting ................................................................................ 21
Roasting table .................................................................................. 21
Tips and tricks .................................................................................. 22
Low-temperature cooking .......................................................23
Using Low-temperature cooking ................................................... 23
Table for Low-temperature cooking ............................................. 23
Tips and tricks .................................................................................. 23
Grilling....................................................................................... 24
Circo-roasting ................................................................................... 24
Radiant grilling.................................................................................. 24
CircoTherm® eco...................................................................... 26
Dough proving .......................................................................... 27
Yeast dough...................................................................................... 27
Yoghurt .............................................................................................. 28
Steam......................................................................................... 28
Steam cooking ................................................................................. 28
VarioSteam - steam-assisted cooking ......................................... 28
Automatic programmes .................................................................. 31
Reheat - warming using steam ...............................................32
Defrost....................................................................................... 33
Defrosting with CircoTherm® ........................................................ 33
Defrost................................................................................................ 34
Preserve .................................................................................... 34
Cleaning and care .................................................................... 35
Cleaning the appliance exterior .................................................... 35
Cleaning the cooking compartment............................................. 35
Descaling........................................................................................... 36
Self-cleaning surface ....................................................................... 36
EasyClean® ...................................................................................... 37
Removing and fitting the appliance door .................................... 37
Cleaning the door panels............................................................... 38
Cleaning the cooking compartment ceiling................................ 39
Cleaning the hook-in racks ............................................................ 39
Cleaning the telescopic shelves ................................................... 39
Faults and repairs .................................................................... 40
Replacing the oven light bulb........................................................ 41
Changing halogen bulbs ................................................................ 41
Changing the door seal.................................................................. 42
After-sales service ................................................................... 42
E number and FD number ............................................................. 42
Test dishes ................................................................................ 43
Produktinfo
Additional information on products, accessories, replacement
parts and services can be found at www.neffinternational.com and in the online shop www.neffeshop.com
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: Important safety information
Read these instructions carefully. Only then
will you be able to operate your appliance
safely and correctly. Retain the instruction
manual and installation instructions for
future use or for subsequent owners.
This appliance is only intended to be fully
fitted in a kitchen. Observe the special
installation instructions.
Check the appliance for damage after
unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance
if it has been damaged in transport.
Only a licensed professional may connect
appliances without plugs. Damage caused
by incorrect connection is not covered
under warranty.
This appliance is intended for domestic use
only. The appliance must only be used for
the preparation of food and drink. The
appliance must be supervised during
operation. Only use this appliance indoors.
This appliance may be used by children
over the age of 8 years old and by persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or by persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge if they are
supervised or are instructed by a person
responsible for their safety how to use the
appliance safely and have understood the
associated hazards.
Children must not play with, on, or around
the appliance. Children must not clean the
appliance or carry out general maintenance
unless they are at least 8 years old and are
being supervised.
Keep children below the age of 8 years old
at a safe distance from the appliance and
power cable.
Always slide accessories into the cooking
compartment correctly. See "Description of
accessories in the instruction manual.
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Risk of fire!
■ Combustible items stored in the cooking
compartment may catch fire. Never store
combustible items in the cooking
compartment. Never open the appliance
door if there is smoke inside. Switch off
the appliance and unplug it from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box.
■ A draught is created when the appliance
door is opened.Greaseproof paper may
come into contact with the heating
element and catch fire. Do not place
greaseproof paper loosely over
accessories during preheating. Always
weight down the greaseproof paper with a
dish or a baking tin. Only cover the
surface required with greaseproof paper.
Greaseproof paper must not protrude over
the accessories.
Risk of burns!
■ The appliance becomes very hot. Never
touch the interior surfaces of the cooking
compartment or the heating elements.
Always allow the appliance to cool down.
Keep children at a safe distance.
■ Accessories and ovenware become very
hot. Always use oven gloves to remove
accessories or ovenware from the cooking
compartment.
■ Alcoholic vapours may catch fire in the hot
cooking compartment. Never prepare food
containing large quantities of drinks with a
high alcohol content. Only use small
quantities of drinks with a high alcohol
content. Open the appliance door with
care.
Risk of fire!
Risk of serious burns!
Risk of burns!
Risk of scalding!
■ The accessible parts become hot during
operation. Never touch the hot parts. Keep
children at a safe distance.
■ When you open the appliance door, hot
steam may escape. Open the appliance
door with care. Keep children at a safe
distance.
■ Water in a hot cooking compartment may
create hot steam. Never pour water into
the hot cooking compartment.
■ When you open the appliance door, hot
steam can escape. Steam may not be
visible, depending on its temperature.
When opening, do not stand too close to
the appliance. Open the appliance door
carefully. Keep children away.
■ The water in the water tank may become
very hot if you continue to operate the
appliance. Empty the water tank after
every operation with steam.
■ Hot steam is generated in the cooking
compartment. Do not reach into the
cooking compartment during any
operation with steam.
Risk of injury!
■ Scratched glass in the appliance door
may develop into a crack. Do not use a
glass scraper, sharp or abrasive cleaning
aids or detergents.
■ Flammable liquids can catch fire in the
cooking compartment when it is hot
(explosion). Do not fill the water tank with
any flammable fluids (e.g. alcoholic
drinks). Only fill the water tank with water
or with the descaling solution that is
recommended by us.
Risk of scalding!
Risk of scalding!
Risk of scalding!
Risk of scalding!
Risk of scalding!
Risk of electric shock!
■ Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs
may only be carried out by one of our
trained after-sales engineers. If the
appliance is faulty, unplug the mains plug
or switch off the fuse in the fuse box.
Contact the after-sales service.
■ The cable insulation on electrical
appliances may melt when touching hot
parts of the appliance. Never bring
electrical appliance cables into contact
with hot parts of the appliance.
■ Do not use any high-pressure cleaners or
steam cleaners, which can result in an
electric shock.
■ When replacing the cooking compartment
bulb, the bulb socket contacts are live.
Before replacing the bulb, unplug the
appliance from the mains or switch off the
circuit breaker in the fuse box.
■ A defective appliance may cause electric
shock. Never switch on a defective
appliance. Unplug the appliance from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box. Contact the after-sales
service.
Risk of electric shock and serious injury!
Risk of electric shock!
Risk of electric shock!
Risk of electric shock!
Risk of injury and risk of fire!
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Causes of damage
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Caution!
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Accessories, foil, greaseproof paper or ovenware on the
cooking compartment floor: do not place accessories on the
cooking compartment floor. Do not cover the cooking
compartment floor with any sort of foil or greaseproof paper.
Do not place ovenware on the cooking compartment floor if a
temperature of over 50 ºC has been set. This will cause heat
to accumulate. The baking and roasting times will no longer
be correct and the enamel will be damaged.
Water in a hot cooking compartment: do not pour water into
the cooking compartment when it is hot. This will cause
steam. The temperature change can cause damage to the
enamel.
Moist food: do not store moist food in the cooking
compartment when it is closed for prolonged periods This will
damage the enamel.
Fruit juice: when baking particularly juicy fruit pies, do not
pack the baking tray too generously. Fruit juice dripping from
the baking tray leaves stains that cannot be removed. If
possible, use the deeper universal pan.
Cooling with the appliance door open: only allow the cooking
compartment to cool when it is closed. Even if the appliance
door is only open a little, front panels of adjacent units could
be damaged over time.
Very dirty door seal: If the door seal is very dirty, the
appliance door will no longer close properly when the
appliance is in use. The fronts of adjacent units could be
damaged.Always keep the door seal clean.
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Appliance door as a seat, shelf or worktop: Do not sit on the
appliance door, or place or hang anything on it. Do not place
any cookware or accessories on the appliance door.
Inserting accessories: depending on the appliance model,
accessories can scratch the door panel when closing the
appliance door. Always insert the accessories into the
cooking compartment as far as they will go.
Carrying the appliance: do not carry or hold the appliance by
the door handle. The door handle cannot support the weight
of the appliance and could break.
Aluminium foil: Aluminium foil in the cooking compartment
must not come into contact with the door glass. This could
cause permanent discolouration of the door glass.
Baking tins: Ovenware must be heat and steam resistant.
Silicone baking tins are not suitable for combined operation
with steam.
Ovenware with areas of rust: Do not use any ovenware which
displays areas of rust. Even the smallest spots of rust can
lead to corrosion in the cooking compartment.
Hot water in the water tank: Hot water can damage the pump.
Only fill the water tank with cold water.
Descaling solution: Do not allow descaling solution to come
into contact with the control panel or other sensitive surfaces.
These will damage the surfaces. If this does happen, remove
the descaling solution immediately with water.
Cleaning the water tank: Do not clean the water tank in the
dishwasher. Otherwise, the water tank will be damaged.
Clean the water tank with a soft cloth and standard washingup liquid.
Energy and environment tips
Here you can find tips on how to save energy when baking and
roasting and how to dispose of your appliance properly.
Note: For this appliance, an energy consumption value has
been established that meets DIN EN 50304/DIN EN 60350.
This energy consumption value is 30% below that for energy
efficiency class A.
Depending on the appliance equipment, the additional
NeffLight® lighting was switched off while measuring
(see section: Switching off NeffLight®).
Saving energy
Only preheat the oven if this is specified in the recipe or in the
operating instruction tables.
Use dark, black lacquered or enamelled baking tins. They
absorb the heat particularly well.
Open the appliance door as little as possible during cooking,
baking or roasting.
It is best to bake several cakes one after the other. The cooking
compartment is still warm. This may reduce the baking time for
the second cake.
For longer cooking times, you can switch the oven off
10 minutes before the end of the cooking time and use the
residual heat to finish cooking.
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Environmentally-friendly disposal
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-friendly manner.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with
European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used
electrical and electronic appliances (waste electrical
and electronic equipment - WEEE). The guideline
determines the framework for the return and recycling
of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.
Your new appliance
In this section, you will find information on
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the control panel
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the operating modes
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the NeffLight®
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Switches the appliance on and off
Selects the required operating mode
Water tank
For steam-assisted applications (see section: Filling and emptying the water tank)
Electronic clock (rapid heat up)
KJ
Clock function button
Selects the required clock function or Rapid heat up
(see section: Electronic clock)
Rotary selector:
Makes settings within a clock function or activates Rapid heat up (see section: Electronic
clock)
Temperature display (Basic settings)
±
Info button
Press briefly: calls up additional information, e.g. displays the current temperature during
heating up
Press and hold: calls up the Basic settings menu (see section: Changing the Basic settings)
Temperature selector
Sets the temperature
Changes the settings in the Basic settings menu
(see section: Changing the Basic settings)
Buttons
i
Navigation button
Switches between the different lines of the text display. The settings are saved as you do
so. If the M symbol lights up in the text display, there are further selection options. Press
the i navigation button to move to these.
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Programme button
Calls up automatic programmes with steam-assisted cooking
(see section: Steam).
VarioSteam button
Sets the desired steam intensity
(see section: VarioSteam - steam-assisted cooking)
Descaling button
Descales the appliance
Start button
Starts operation
Stop button
Short press: stops operation (pause)
Press and hold: ends operation
Pop-out operating knob
The rotary, temperature and operating mode selectors can all
be popped out. Push the required operating knob to pop it in or
out.
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Operating modes
Here you can obtain an overview of your appliance's operating
modes.
Operating mode
Application
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CircoTherm®
For baking and roasting on one or more levels
CircoTherm® Eco*
For energy-efficient baking and roasting on one level, without the need to preheat.
Top/bottom heat
For baking and roasting on one level. Ideal for cakes with moist toppings (e.g. cheesecake)
Circotherm intensive
For pre-prepared frozen products and dishes which require a lot of heat from underneath
(see section: Baking)
Bread-baking
For baked goods which need to be baked at high temperatures
Bottom heat
For food and baked items on which you want a crust to form, or which need more browning on the underside. Only activate Bottom heat for a short while at the end of the baking
time.
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Circo-roasting
For poultry and larger pieces of meat
Full-surface grill
For large amounts of flat, small items for grilling (e.g. steaks, sausages)
Centre-area grill
For small amounts of flat, small items for grilling (e.g. steaks, bread)
Low-temperature cooking
For tender pieces of meat that are to be cooked medium/medium rare or à point
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Dough proving
For preparing yeast dough and yoghurt
EasyClean®
Makes cleaning the cooking compartment easier
Steam cooking
For gentle preparation of vegetables, meat and fish
The é Steam cooking operating mode can only be used in conjunction with the
Mega System steamer (available as a special accessory from specialist retailers).
Reheat
For plated meals and baked items
Cooked food is gently reheated using steam. The food does not dry out.
* Type of heating used to determine the energy efficiency class in accordance with EN50304.
NeffLight®
Your appliance is equipped with a NeffLight®. The NeffLight®
consists of two halogen bulbs and a system of mirrors which
help to brightly illuminate the cooking compartment.
Door contact switch
The NeffLight® switches off when the appliance door is opened
and on when the door is closed.
Saving energy
You can switch off the NeffLight® in order to save energy. To
do this, you must move the door contact switch. This is located
in the gap in between the appliance door and the bottom right
of the kitchen unit.
To switch off the NeffLight®:
Slide the door contact switch to the right.
To switch on the NeffLight®:
Slide the door contact switch to the left.
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Your accessories
In this section, you will find information on
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When inserting the baking tray or the universal pan, check
Your accessories
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the correct way to insert the accessories into the cooking
compartment
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the shelf positions
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the optional accessories
Accessories
that the lug (a) is in the rear part of the of the accessory
that the sloping edge of the accessory faces towards the
appliance door when it is inserted
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The following accessories are included with your appliance:
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Baking tray, enamelled
for baking tray bakes and small
items
Wire rack
for baking in baking tins, roasting in
roasting dishes and grilling
Shelf positions
Universal pan, enamelled
for baking moist cakes, roasting,
grilling and collecting drops of
liquid during cooking
Insert grid
for roasting and grilling
Note: The wire insert is always used
together with the universal pan. In
this combination, the wire insert is
placed in the universal pan.
Note: The baking tray and universal pan may become distorted
when the appliance is in operation. This is caused by the
considerable temperature differences acting on the
accessories. These differences may occur if only a part of the
accessory is covered with food, or if frozen items such as pizza
are placed on the accessory.
Inserting accessories
The accessories are equipped with a locking function. The
locking function prevents the accessories from tilting when they
are pulled out. The accessories must be inserted into the
cooking compartment correctly for the tilt protection to work
properly.
When inserting the wire rack, check
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that the lug (a) is pointing downwards
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that the lug (a) is in the rear part of the wire rack
The cooking compartment has four shelf positions. The shelf
positions are counted from the bottom up.
The pull-out rails lock in place when they are fully pulled out.
This makes it easy to place the accessories in position. To
unlock the pull-out rails, push them back into the cooking
compartment by applying a certain degree of force.
: Risk of burns!
The telescopic shelves become hot when the appliance is in
use. Take special care not to get burnt when they are pulled
out.
The individual shelf units can be inserted into your preferred
shelf positions. This simple insertion system allows flexible and
quick handling when changing shelves.
Note: Do not use shelf height 2 when baking and roasting
with CircoTherm®. This will adversely affect air circulation and
your baking and roasting results will not be as good.
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Optional accessories
You can purchase optional accessories from the after-sales
service or specialist retailers. A comprehensive range of
products for your appliance can be found in our brochures or
on our home page.
Accessories
Order no.
Mega system steamer
N8642X3
Universal pan, enamelled
Z1232X3
Universal pan, non-stick
Z1233X3
Universal pan with wire insert
Z1242X3
Wire insert for roasting and grilling, to be
used in the universal pan
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Accessories
Order no.
Extra-deep roasting pan, enamelled
Z1272X0
Baking tray, aluminium
Z1332X0
Baking tray, enamelled
Z1342X0
Baking tray, non-stick
Z1343X0
Pizza tray
Z1352X0
Baking and roasting wire rack
Z1432X3
Roasting tray, enamelled, two-piece
Z1512X0
VarioCLOU® telescopic shelf with full exten- Z1785X3
sion
Bread-baking stone
Z1913X0
Before using the appliance for the first time
Once your new appliance has been connected, "Select
language" appears in the text display. Before you can use the
appliance, you must make some settings:
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Set the language
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Set the water hardness
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Calibrate the altitude
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Set the time of day
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Clean the appliance before using it for the first time.
Setting the water hardness
Caution!
The appliance may become damaged due to the use of
unsuitable liquids.
Do not use distilled water, highly chlorinated tap water
(> 40 mg/l) or other liquids.
Only use cold, fresh tap water, softened water or uncarbonated
mineral water.
Note: You can correct these settings at any time. To change
the language, water hardness and altitude calibration,
see section: Changing basic settings; to change the time, see
section: Electronic clock.
"Water hardness 3 - hard" is preset. Change this setting if your
water is softer.
Setting the language
Notes
■ If your water is very hard, we recommend that you use
softened water.
"Select language English" is preset. If necessary, set another
language for the text display.
1. Turn the temperature selector until the language you require
appears on the text display.
2. Press and hold the ± info button for 3 seconds.
Your setting is saved. "Water hardness 3 - hard" appears in
the text display.
You can use the test strip supplied to determine the water
hardness, or you can ask your water supplier.
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If you use only softened water, you can set your appliance to
"Water hardness (softened)".
If you use mineral water, set the hardness to "Water hardness
3 - hard".
If you use mineral water, you must only use non-carbonated
mineral water (see section "Filling and emptying the water
tank").
1. Use the temperature selector to set the water hardness.
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2. Press and hold the ± info button for 3 seconds.
Your setting is saved. "Altitude calibration 0 - 300 m" is
shown in the text display.
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Altitude calibration
Cleaning the appliance
The altitude range is preset to "0 - 300 m". Change this setting if
the location of your appliance is at a higher or lower altitude.
Clean your appliance before using it for the first time.
1. Use the temperature selector to set the altitude range.
2. Completely remove any residual packaging (e.g. chips of
1. Remove the accessories from the cooking compartment.
polystyrene) from the cooking compartment.
Altitude range
Setting symbol (temperature
display)
3. Clean the accessories and cooking compartment with hot
below 0 m
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4. Fill the water tank with 400 ml water (see section: Filling and
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900 - 1200 m
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2. Press and hold the ± info button for 3 seconds.
Your setting is saved.
Setting the clock
Note: When you press the KJ clock function button, you have
3 seconds to set the clock using the rotary selector. Should this
have been insufficient for you, you can amend the clock time
later.
soapy water (see section: Cleaning and care).
emptying the water tank).
5. Slide in the water tank all the way.
6. Switch on the appliance. To do this, press the operating
mode selector so that it pops out (see section: Operating the
appliance).
The appliance is then ready for use.
7. Use the operating mode selector to set % Top/bottom heat.
8. Use the temperature selector to set the temperature to
240 °C.
9. Press the Ÿ VarioSteam button repeatedly until "High steam
intensity" appears in the text display (see section:
VarioSteam - steam-assisted cooking).
10.Press the ƒ Start button.
11.Switch off the appliance if the water tank is empty. To do
this, turn the operating mode selector to the Û off position
and push it in.
The remaining water will be pumped out of the evaporator
system.
12.Emptying the water tank (see section: Filling and emptying
the water tank)
‹:‹‹ flashes in the clock display.
1. Briefly press the KJ clock function button to go to the
13.Afterwards, wipe the cooled cooking compartment with hot,
2. Set the current time using the rotary selector.
14.Clean the outside of the appliance with a soft, damp cloth
setting mode.
The KJ and 3 symbols light up. ‚ƒ:‹‹ appears in the
clock display.
Your setting is accepted after 3 seconds.
soapy water.
Note: Remove limescale marks with a cloth soaked in
vinegar, then wipe over with clean water and rub dry with a
soft cloth.
and soapy water.
Changing the clock
To subsequently change the time, press the KJclock function
button repeatedly until the KJ and 3 symbols light up again.
Change the time with the rotary selector.
Operating the appliance
In this section, you can read about
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how to switch your appliance on and off
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how to select an operating mode and temperature
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how to fill and empty the water tank
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when your appliance switches off automatically
Switching on the appliance
Press the operating mode selector to make it pop out.
This switches on the appliance, and it is now ready for use.
"Appliance is ready for use" and "Oven light" appear in the text
display.
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Selecting operating mode and temperature
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The water in the water tank may become very hot if you
continue to operate the appliance. Empty the water tank after
each steam-assisted application.
Notes
■ The / Low-temperature cooking, é Steam cooking, ê
Dough proving and > EasyClean® operating modes can
only be started once the appliance has cooled down. There
must be no residual heat shown in the temperature display
(neither • nor œ).
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For cooking with steam, you must fill the water tank (see
section: Filling and emptying the water tank).
1. Switch on the appliance.
2. Turn the operating mode selector until the desired operating
mode appears on the text display.
Operating mode
Default temper- Temperature
ature in °C
range in °C
/ Low-temperature cooking Fixed setting
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** Turn the temperature selector beyond 275 °C. ‚Ÿ£ appears
in the temperature display
Changing the operating mode
1. Turn the operating mode selector until the desired operating
mode is selected.
2. Turn the temperature selector to change the temperature.
3. Press the ƒ Start button.
Current temperature
Press the ± info button. The current temperature appears for
3 seconds.
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Note: The current temperature can only be displayed with
operating modes with a default temperature.
Heating indicator
The heating indicator displays the rising temperature in the
cooking compartment.
3. Turn the temperature selector to change the default
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Temperature reached (figure A)
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Appliance reheating (figure B)
temperature.
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for your selected operating mode is a fixed setting. You
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4. Press the ƒ Start button.
Notes
■ Depending on the operating mode that you have selected,
you will hear a pumping noise after the operation has started.
The appliance is checking whether the pumps are working
correctly.
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If you cannot start a steam-assisted application, check
whether the water tank has been filled and fully inserted.
Operating mode
Default temper- Temperature
ature in °C
range in °C
3 CircoTherm®*
160
40 - 200
“ CircoTherm® Eco
160
40 - 200
% Top/bottom heat*
170
50 - 275
0 Circotherm intensive*
220
50 - 275
ë Bread-baking*
200
180 - 220
$ Bottom heat
200
50 - 225
4 Circo-roasting*
170
50 - 250
+ Full-surface grill
+ Full-surface grill (inten-
220
50 - 275
Only fill the water tank with water or with the descaling solution
that is recommended by us.
Do not pour any flammable liquids (e.g. alcoholic drinks) into
the water tank.
Due to hot surfaces, vapours from flammable liquids may catch
fire in the cooking compartment (explosion). The appliance
door may spring open. Hot steam and jets of flame may
escape.
Caution!
The appliance may become damaged due to the use of
unsuitable liquids.
Do not use distilled water, highly chlorinated tap water
(> 40 mg/l) or other liquids.
Only use cold, fresh tap water, softened water or uncarbonated
mineral water.
■
180
50 - 275
Fixed setting
sive)**
* In this operating mode, you can activate steam operation
** Turn the temperature selector beyond 275 °C. ‚Ÿ£ appears
in the temperature display
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: Risk of injury and risk of fire!
Notes
If you use mineral water, set the water hardness to hard.
Fixed setting
sive)**
( Centre-area grill
( Centre-area grill (inten-
Filling and emptying the water tank
■
For hygiene reasons, a reminder message will appear after
the appliance is switched off if the water tank has not been
emptied. The reminder message goes out once the water
tank is empty.
Filling the water tank
Switching off the appliance
Fill the water tank before each use with steam assistance.
: Risk of scalding!
1. Press lightly on the centre of the lower edge of the water tank
(picture A).
2. Pull out the water tank (picture B).
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When you open the appliance door, hot steam can escape.
Open the appliance door carefully after cooking.
Note: The appliance has a cooling fan. After the appliance is
switched off, the cooling fan may continue to run.
1. Turn the operating mode selector back to the Û off position
2. Press the operating mode selector in so that it stays in.
The appliance switches off.
3. Fill the water tank with cold water up to the "max" mark
(picture C).
Note: If the appliance is switched off after a steam-assisted
operation, you will hear a pumping sound. The appliance is
pumping the remaining water out of the evaporator system
back into the water tank. "Pumping-out" appears in the text
display. Only empty the water tank once "Pumping-out finished"
is displayed.
You can see in the temperature display whether there is high or
low residual heat in the cooking compartment.
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Temperature Text display
display
4. Slide in the water tank all the way.
Refilling the water tank
If the water tank is empty, a signal sounds. "Fill water tank and
slide in fully" appears in the display. Steam-assisted operation
is interrupted.
1. Pull out the water tank.
2. Fill the water tank up to the "max" mark and slide it in fully.
The steam-assisted operation continues.
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Residual heat Residual heat high
high
(above 120 °C)
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Residual heat Residual heat low
low
(between 60 °C and 120 °C)
Turning off the operation
Press and hold the „ Stop button. The appliance turns off the
current operation. The appliance is not switched off. You can
now start a different operating mode.
Interrupting and continuing an operation (Pause)
Briefly press the „ Stop button. The appliance interrupts the
current operation. Press the ƒ Start button to continue the
paused operation.
After each steam-assisted use
Emptying the water tank
Empty the water tank after each steam-assisted use of the
appliance.
1. Turn the operating mode selector back to the Û off position
and push it in.
"Pumping-out" appears in the text display and ˜ž© (pumping
out) appears in the temperature display. The remaining water
in the evaporator system is pumped back into the water tank.
After the pumping, "Pumping-out finished" appears.
2. Pull out the water tank slowly and level.
1. Switch off the appliance.
The remaining water is pumped out of the evaporator system
and back into the water tank. "Pumping-out" appears in the
text display.
2. Only empty the water tank once "Pumping-out finished" has
been displayed.
3. Empty and wash the water tank, and leave it to dry with the lid
open.
4. Wipe the cooled cooking compartment down with a soft
cloth.
3. Remove the cover (Picture A).
4. Empty the water tank (Picture B).
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5. Remove any dirt from the cooking compartment.
Note: Remove limescale marks with a cloth soaked in
vinegar, then wipe with clean water and rub dry with a soft
cloth.
Automatic safety cut-out
The automatic safety cut-out is only activated if you have not
made any settings on your appliance for a prolonged period.
5. Thoroughly dry the water tank recess and the water tank.
6. Slide in the water tank.
You can adjust the period of time after which your appliance
shuts off.
"Safety cut-out" appears in the text display and ‹‹‹ flashes in
the temperature display. Appliance operation is interrupted.
Turn the operating mode selector to the Û position to
deactivate it.
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Changing the basic settings
Your appliance has various basic settings, which are preset at
the factory. You can change these basic settings as required.
1. Switch on the appliance.
2. Press and hold the ± info button for 3 seconds to go to the
basic settings menu.
The text display shows "Select language: English". If the
appliance controls are locked, you must unlock them first.
Basic settings menu
Submenu
Basic setting
Setting
symbol
Adjust individually*
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Water hardness
softened
™†‹
1 - soft
™†‚
2 - medium
™†ƒ
3. Press the ± info button repeatedly until the current basic
setting for the relevant submenu is displayed on the text
display (e.g. "Audible signal off").
4. Using the temperature selector, set the required basic setting
within a submenu (e.g. "Audible signal 2 minutes").
Altitude calibration
5. Press and hold the ± info button for 3 seconds.
Your basic setting is saved.
Note: If nothing is entered after 15 seconds, the Basic settings
menu is automatically closed. "Appliance is ready for use"
appears in the text display.
You can change the following basic settings:
Basic settings menu
Submenu
Basic setting
Setting
symbol
Language
Select language
Childproof lock
Appliance unlocked
™‚‹
Appliance locked
™‚‚
Appliance permanently locked
™ƒ‚
Audible signal off
™„‹
Audible signal
30 seconds
™„‚
Audible signal
2 minutes
™„ƒ
Audible signal
10 minutes
™„„
Audible signal
Restore factory settings
3 - hard
™†„
below 0 m
™‡‹
0 - 300 m
™‡‚
300 - 600 m
™‡ƒ
600 - 900 m
™‡„
900 - 1200 m
™‡…
1200 - 1500 m
™‡†
1500 - 1800 m
™‡‡
1800 - 2100 m
™‡ˆ
2100 - 2400 m
™‡‰
above 2400 m
™‡Š
Do not restore
™ˆ‹
Restore
™ˆ‚
* You can use this basic setting to adjust the browning level for
all automatic programmes (see section: Automatic programmes).
Electronic clock
Clock display
In this section, you can read about
■
how to set the timer
■
how to switch off your appliance automatically
■
how to switch your appliance on and off automatically
(preset operation)
■
how to set the time
■
find out how to activate rapid heat up
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Clock function
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Use
Q
Timer
You can use the minute minder as an egg timer or a kitchen timer. The appliance does
not switch on or off automatically
x
Cooking time
The appliances switches off automatically after a cooking time setting has elapsed
(e.g. ‚:„‹ hours)
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Clock function
Use
End of operation
The appliance switches off automatically at a set time (e.g. ‚ƒ:„‹ )
Preset operation
The appliance switches on and off automatically. Cooking time and end of operation
have been combined.
3
Clock
Setting the clock
f
Rapid heat up
Shortens the heat up time
y
Notes
■ Between the times ƒƒ:‹‹ and †:†Š the clock display is
dimmed if you do not make any settings in that period or no
clock function is activated.
■
■
■
When you set a clock function, the time interval increases
when you set higher values (e.g. cooking time up to‚:‹‹œ to
the minute, using ‚:‹‹œ
to the nearest 5 minutes).
For the Q minute minder, x cooking time, y end of
operation and preselection mode clock functions, a signal
sounds when the settings have elapsed and the Q or y
symbol flashes. To cancel the audible signal before it ends,
press the KJ clock function button.
Briefly press the KJ clock function button to select a clock
function. You then have 3 seconds to set the selected clock
function. After this time, the setting mode is exited
automatically.
Cooking time
Automatic switch-off after a cooking time setting has elapsed.
1. Set the operating mode and temperature.
2. Press the KJ clock function button repeatedly until the KJ
and x symbols light up.
3. Set the cooking time with the rotary selector
(e.g. ‚:„‹ hours).
The setting is applied automatically. The time of day is then
displayed again.
4. Press the ƒ Start button.
The appliance heats up and the set cooking time starts
counting down.
Switching the clock display on and off
1. Press and hold the KJclock function button for 6 seconds.
The clock display switches off. If a clock function is active,
the associated symbol remains lit.
2. Press the KJclock function button briefly.
The clock display switches on.
Timer
1. Press the KJclock function button repeatedly until the KJ
Once the cooking time has elapsed, the appliance switches off
automatically.
2. Set the duration using the rotary selector (e.g. †:‹‹ minutes).
Turn the operating mode selector to the Û position and push it
in.
and Q symbols light up.
The setting is applied automatically. Then the clock is
displayed again and the minute minder starts counting down.
End of operation
Automatic switch-off at a set time.
1. Set the operating mode and temperature.
2. Press the KJ clock function button repeatedly until the KJ
andy symbols light up.
3. Set the end of operation using the rotary selector
(e.g. ‚ƒ:„‹ o'clock).
The setting is applied automatically. The time of day is then
displayed again.
4. Press the ƒ Start button.
The appliance heats up.
Once the cooking time has elapsed, the appliance switches off
automatically.
Turn the operating mode selector to the Û position and push it
in.
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Preset operation
Rapid heat up
The appliance switches on automatically, then switches off
automatically at the time preselected for the end of operation.
To set this function, combine the cooking time and end of
operation clock functions.
Depending on the appliance features, you can reduce the
preheat time for the 3 Hot air and ë Bread-baking operating
modes if the set temperature is higher than 100 °C.
Bear in mind that food which spoils easily should not be left in
the cooking compartment for too long.
1. Set the operating mode and temperature.
2. Press the KJ clock function button repeatedly until the KJ
andx symbols light up.
3. Set the cooking time with the rotary selector
(e.g. ‚:„‹ hours).
The setting is applied automatically.
4. Press the KJ clock function button repeatedly until the KJ
and y symbols light up.
5. Set the end of operation using the rotary selector
Note: During Rapid heat up, do not place any food in the
cooking compartment until the f symbol goes out.
1. Set the operating mode and temperature.
2. Press the KJ clock function button repeatedly until the KJ
and f symbols light up and Πis displayed in the clock
display.
3. Turn the rotary selector clockwise.
Ž is displayed in the clock display and the f symbol lights
up. Rapid heat up is activated.
4. Press the ƒ Start button.
The appliance heats up.
(e.g. ‚ƒ:„‹ o'clock).
6. Press the ƒ Start button.
The appliance switches off and waits until the appropriate
time to switch on (‚‚:‹‹ in the example). The appliance
switches off automatically at the time set for the end of
operation (‚ƒ:„‹ ). A signal sounds and the y symbol
flashes.
7. Turn the operating mode selector to the Û position and push
it in.
Setting the clock
You can only change the clock when no other clock function is
active.
1. Press the KJ clock function button repeatedly until
the KJand 3 symbols light up.
2. Set the clock using the rotary selector.
The setting is applied automatically.
After reaching the set temperature, Rapid heat up switches off.
The f symbol goes out.
Checking, correcting or deleting settings
1. To check your settings, press the KJ clock function button
repeatedly until the corresponding symbol lights up.
2. If necessary, you can correct your setting using the rotary
selector.
3. If you wish to cancel your setting, turn the rotary selector anti-
clockwise to the original value.
Childproof lock
In this section, you can read about
■
how to lock your appliance
■
how to lock your appliance permanently
3. Turn the temperature selector until ™‚‚ (Appliance locked)
appears.
4. Press and hold the ± info button until the‚ symbol appears.
Lock
Note: If you try to switch the locked appliance on, -†(Appliance locked) appears.
Once it has been locked, the appliance cannot be switched on
accidentally or by unauthorised users (e.g. by children playing).
Unlocking the appliance
To switch the appliance on again, you must unlock it. After
appliance operation, the appliance is not automatically locked.
Lock it again if necessary or activate the permanent lock.
Locking the appliance
1. Switch on the appliance.
2. Press and hold the ± info button until™‚‹ (Appliance
unlocked) appears.
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1. Press and hold the ± info button until™‚‚ (Appliance locked)
appears.
2. Turn the temperature selector until ™‚‹ (Appliance
unlocked) appears.
3. Press and hold the ± info button until the ‚ symbol goes
out.
Permanent lock
3. Press and hold the ± info button until the ‚ symbol goes
Once it has been permanently locked, the appliance cannot be
switched on accidentally or by unauthorised users (e.g. by
children playing).
4. Switch the appliance on within 30 seconds.
To switch the appliance on, you must interrupt the permanent
lock briefly. After you have switched your appliance off, it locks
again automatically.
Locking the appliance permanently
1. Switch on the appliance.
out.
The permanent lock is interrupted.
After switching it off, the permanent lock is reactivated after
30 seconds.
Unlocking the appliance permanently
1. Press and hold the ± info button until ™ƒ‚ (Appliance
permanently locked) appears.
2. Press and hold the ± info button until™‚‹ (Appliance locked)
2. Turn the temperature selector until ™ƒ‹ (Appliance unlocked
3. Turn the temperature selector until™ƒ‚ (Appliance
3. Press and hold the ± info button until the ‚ symbol goes
4. Press and hold the ± info button for 3 seconds.
4. Within 30 seconds, press and hold the info button ± again for
appears.
permanently locked) appears.
Your appliance will be locked after 30 seconds. The
‚ symbol appears.
Note: If you try to switch the locked appliance on, -†˜ (Appliance permanently locked) appears.
Interrupting permanent lock
once) appears.
out.
3 seconds.
5. Turn the temperature selector until™‚‹ (Appliance unlocked)
appears.
6. Press and hold the ± info button for 3 seconds.
The appliance is permanently unlocked.
1. Press and hold the ± info button until ™ƒ‚ (Appliance
permanently locked) appears.
2. Turn the temperature selector until ™ƒ‹ (Appliance unlocked
once) appears.
Baking
In this section, you will find information on
■
Baking tins and trays
■
Baking on two or more levels
■
Baking basic doughs and cake mixtures (baking table)
■
■
Baking pre-prepared frozen products and freshly prepared
meals (baking table)
Tips and tricks for baking
Note: Do not use shelf height 2 when baking with 3
CircoTherm®. The air circulation would be impaired and this
will have a negative effect on your baking.
Baking in tins and on trays
Baking tins
We recommend that you use dark-coloured metal baking tins.
Tinplate and glass dishes increase the baking time required
and the cake will not brown evenly. If you wish to bake using
tinplate tins and % Top/bottom heat, you should use shelf
height 1.
If you wish to use silicone tins, follow the manufacturer's
instructions and recipes. Silicone tins are often smaller than
normal tins. The dough quantities and recipe measurements
may vary.
Baking on two or more levels
If you are baking on several levels, you should preferably use
baking trays and insert these at the same time.
Bear in mind that your items may brown at different rates on
each level. The items on the top level will brown more quickly
and can be taken out earlier.
If you wish to bake on two levels using a baking tray and a
universal pan, you should insert the baking tray at shelf
height 3 and the universal pan at shelf height 1.
Baking table for basic doughs/cake mixtures
The values in the table are guidelines and apply to enamelled
baking trays and dark baking tins. The values may vary
depending on the type and amount of dough/mixture and on
the baking tin.
We recommend that you set the lower of the specified
temperatures the first time. Lower temperatures will generally
allow more even browning.
If you are baking according to your own recipe, use similar
recipes in the table as a guide.
Observe the notes in the table about preheating.
If you are baking on one level with 3 CircoTherm, always place
a loaf tin diagonally and a round tin in the centre of the wire
rack.
Baking trays
We recommend that you only use original baking trays, as
these have been optimally designed for the cooking
compartment and the operating modes.
Always slide the baking tray or the universal pan in carefully as
far as it will go and make sure that the sloping edge is facing
the appliance door.
Use the universal pan if you are baking moist cakes, so that the
cooking compartment does not get dirty.
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CircoTherm® 3
Basic dough
Top/bottom heat %
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
Baking time in
minutes
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
1
160 - 170
30 - 45
3
170 - 180
Rich sponge mixture
Tray bakes with topping
1+3
150 - 160
40 - 50
-
-
Springform cake tin/loaf tin
1
150 - 160
60 - 80
2
160 - 170
Flan tin
1
160 - 170
20 - 35
2
170 - 180
1
160 - 170
45 - 70
3
180 - 190
1+3
160 - 170
60 - 80
-
-
Tray bake with moist topping, e.g. egg custard
1
150 - 170
60 - 80
-
-
Springform cake tin, e.g. sponge base cheesecake
1
150 - 160
50 - 90
2
160 - 180
Flan tin
1
150 - 160*
20 - 35
2
170 - 180*
Swiss roll
1
180 - 190*
10 - 15
3
190 - 200*
Flan tin
1
160 - 170
20 - 30
2
160 - 170
Sponge (6 eggs)
1
150 - 160
30 - 45
2
160 - 170
Sponge (3 eggs)
1
150 - 160*
20 - 30
2
160 - 170*
1
160 - 170
40 - 60
3
170 - 180
Shortcrust pastry
Tray bake with dry topping, e.g. crumble
Sponge mixture
Yeast dough
Tray bake with dry topping, e.g. crumble
1+3
160 - 170
45 - 65
-
-
Savarin/plaited loaf (500 g)
1
160 - 170
30 - 40
3
170 - 180
Springform cake tin
1
160 - 170
30 - 40
2
160 - 170
Ring cake tin
1
160 - 170
35 - 45
2
170 - 180
* Preheat oven
CircoTherm® 3
Small baked items
Shelf
height
Yeast dough
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
1
160 - 170
20 - 25
3
170 - 180
160 - 170
20 - 30
-
-
1
80
100 - 130
3
80
1+3
80
150 - 170
-
-
1
190 - 200*
20 - 30
3
200 - 210*
Puff pastry
1+3
190 - 200*
25 - 35
-
-
1
190 - 200*
25 - 35
3
200 - 210*
1+3
190 - 200*
30 - 40
-
-
Choux pastry
Sponge mixture, e.g. muffins
1
150 - 160*
25 - 35
3
160 - 170*
1+3
150 - 160*
25 - 35
-
-
1
140 - 150*
15 - 20
3
140 - 150*
Shortcrust pastry, e.g. butter biscuits
1+3
130 - 140*
20 - 30
-
-
1 + 3+ 4
130 - 140*
20 - 35
-
-
* Preheat oven
Bread-baking
The information in the table contains only guide values. It may
vary depending on the type and amount of dough.
The values for bread dough apply to both dough placed on a
tray and dough placed in a loaf tin.
You should set the lower of the specified temperatures the first
time. Lower temperatures will generally allow more even
browning.
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Baking time in
minutes
1+3
Meringue mixture
Please note the information about preheating in the table.
Temperature in °C
Top/bottom heat %
Bread-baking ë
Bread
Top/bottom heat %
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
Baking time in
minutes
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
Bread rolls
1
220*
10 - 20
2
240*
Flatbread
1
220*
15 - 20
2
240*
Pasty
1
180*
30 - 40
3
200*
1
220*
35 - 40
2
220*
Initial baking
1
220*
10 - 15
2
240*
Final baking
1
180
40 - 45
2
200
Initial baking
1
220*
10 - 15
2
240*
Final baking
1
180
40 - 50
2
200
Bread dough 750 - 1,000 g
Final baking
Bread dough 1,000 - 1,250 g
Bread dough 1,250 - 1,500 g
* Preheat oven
Baking table for fresh meals and frozen
convenience products
■
Circotherm intensive 0 is particularly suitable for freshly
prepared dishes that require a lot of heat from underneath and
for frozen convenience products.
Notes
■ Use the universal pan for frozen products
■
■
■
Do not use frozen products with freezer burn
■
Do not use frozen products that are heavily frosted
■
Follow the manufacturer's instructions.
■
You cannot bake on more than one level with CircoTherm
intensive
Line the universal pan with greaseproof paper or with special
grease absorbing paper if you are baking frozen potato
products
The values in the table are guidelines and apply to enamelled
baking trays. The values may vary depending on the type and
amount of dough/mixture and on the baking tin.
Only use greaseproof paper that is suitable for the selected
temperature
We recommend that you set the lower of the specified
temperatures the first time. Lower temperatures will generally
allow more even browning.
■
Spread chips out in a single layer
■
Turn frozen potato products half way through the baking time
■
Leave a little space between bread rolls when crisping them
up. Do not place too many on a baking tray
If you are baking according to your own recipe, use similar
recipes in the table as a guide.
Only season frozen potato products after they have finished
baking
Observe the notes in the table about preheating.
Bread-baking ë
Meals
Pizza, fresh
Savoury flan
Circotherm intensive 0
Shelf position
Temperature in °C
Baking time in
minutes
Shelf position
Temperature in °C
1
190 - 210*
20 - 30
1
180 - 200
1+3
180 - 190
35 - 45
-
-
1
190 - 210*
15 - 25
1
200 - 220
Quiche
1
180 - 200
50 - 60
1
170 - 190
Tart
1
180 - 200*
30 - 45
1
190 - 210
Swiss flan
1
180 - 190*
45 - 55
1
170 - 190
Potato gratin made from raw potatoes
1
180 - 200
50 - 60
1
170 - 190
Strudel, frozen
1
190 - 210
35 - 45
1
180 - 200
1
180 - 200
10 - 20
1
200 - 220
1+3
180 - 190
20 - 30
-
-
Pizza, frozen
Pizza with thin base
Pizza with deep-pan base
1
180 - 200
20 - 30
1
180 - 200
1+3
180 - 190
25 - 35
-
-
Potato products, frozen
Chips
1
190 - 210
15 - 25
1
210 - 230
1+3
180 - 190
25 - 35
-
-
Croquettes
1
180 - 200
15 - 25
1
200 - 220
Rösti (stuffed potato pockets)
1
180 - 200
15 - 25
1
200 - 220
* Preheat oven
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Bread-baking ë
Meals
Shelf position
Temperature in °C
Circotherm intensive 0
Baking time in
minutes
Shelf position
Temperature in °C
Baked goods
Part-baked bread rolls/baguettes
1
180 - 200
5 - 15
1
180 - 200
Bread rolls/baguette, frozen
1
180 - 200
5 - 15
1
200 - 220
Bread rolls/baguette, part baked, frozen
1
180 - 200
10 - 20
1
180 - 200
Pretzel dough, frozen
1
180 - 190
15 - 20
1
170 - 190
Fish fingers
1
180 - 200
15 - 20
1
190 - 210
Veggie burgers
1
180 - 200
20 - 30
1
200 - 220
Processed portions, frozen
* Preheat oven
Tips and tricks
The cake is too light in colour
Check the shelf height.
Check whether you have used the bakeware that we have recommended.
Place your tin on the wire rack and not on the baking tray.
If the shelf height and the bakeware are correct, then you should either extend the baking time or increase the temperature.
The cake is too dark
Check the shelf height.
If the shelf height is correct, you should either shorten the baking time or reduce the
temperature.
The cake is unevenly browned in the bak- Check the shelf height.
ing tin
Check the temperature.
Make sure that your baking tin is not placed directly in front of the air outlets in the rear
wall of the cooking compartment.
Check that the baking tin is in the correct position on the wire rack.
The cake on the baking tray is unevenly
browned
Check the shelf height.
Check the temperature.
If you are baking on several levels, take out the baking trays at different times.
When baking small items, make sure that they are the same size and thickness.
The cake is too dry
The cake is too moist in the centre
Set a slightly higher temperature and a slightly shorter baking time.
Set a slightly lower temperature.
Note: Higher temperatures do not necessarily mean shorter baking times (cooked on
the outside, but not on the inside). Select a longer baking time and allow the cake mixture to prove for longer. Add less liquid to the mixture.
With very moist cakes, e.g. fruit flans, a lot If you briefly and carefully open the appliance door (once or twice, or more often for
of steam is generated in the cooking com- longer baking times), you can let the steam out of the cooking compartment and conpartment which condenses on the appli- siderably lessen the condensation.
ance door.
The cake collapses when you take it out of Use less liquid for the mixture.
the oven
Set a longer baking time or a slightly lower temperature.
The specified baking time is not correct
For small items, check the quantity on the baking tray. The items must not be touching
each other.
Frozen products are not browned evenly
after baking
Check whether the frozen product is unevenly browned before baking. This uneven
browning will remain after the baking time.
Frozen products are not browned, not
crispy or the specified time is not correct
Remove ice from frozen products before baking. Do not use frozen products that are
heavily frosted
Saving energy
Only preheat the appliance when it is specified in the baking table that you should do
so.
Use dark baking tins as these absorb the heat better.
Make use of the residual heat with longer baking times and switch the oven off
5 ­ 10 minutes before the end of the baking time.
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Roasting
In this section, you will find information on
■
roasting in general
For fatty meat and poultry, add X to ¼ litre of water to the
universal pan, depending on the size and type of the joint.
■
roasting without a lid
Roasting in the universal pan with roasting sheet
■
roasting with a lid
■
roasting meat, poultry and fish (roasting table)
■
tips and tricks for roasting
The roasting sheet reduces dirt in the cooking compartment.
Place the roasting sheet in the universal pan and slide them in
together at the same shelf height.
Dripping fat and meat juices are caught in the universal pan.
: There is a risk of injury if you use roasting dishes that
Closed roasting
are not heat-resistant!
Only use roasting dishes that are marked as being suitable for
use in the oven.
Do not use shelf height 2 when roasting with 3 CircoTherm®.
The air circulation would be impaired and this will have a
negative effect on your roast.
Roasting dishes with lids are used for this kind of roasting. This
method is particularly suitable for pot roasts.
Place the joint in the roasting dish. Add water, wine, vinegar or
a similar liquid for the braising liquid. Place the lid on the dish,
place the dish on the wire rack and slide it into the cooking
compartment.
Open roasting
For open roasting, a roasting dish without a lid is used.
Roasting table
While the meat is roasting, the liquid in the roasting dish will
evaporate. Carefully pour in more hot liquid if required.
The roasting time and temperature depend on the size, height,
type and quality of the item.
When you are roasting with % Top/bottom heat, turn the roast
approximately half to two thirds of the way through the roasting
time.
As a general rule: the larger the item, the lower the temperature
and the longer the roasting time.
Coat lean meat with fat or oil as required and cover it with strips
of bacon.
Roasting in the universal pan
The information in the table is a guideline, and relates to items
cooked without a lid. The values may vary depending on the
type and quantity of the meat and on the roasting dish.
Juices escape from the roasting meat and are collected in the
universal pan. You can use these juices as the basis for a tasty
gravy.
You should set the lower of the specified temperatures the first
time. Lower temperatures will generally allow more even
browning.
Deglaze the pan of the juices with hot water, stock, wine or
similar. Bring to the boil, thicken with cornflour, season and
pass through a sieve if necessary.
At the end of the roasting time, switch the oven off and leave
the roast to rest for approximately 10 minutes in the cooking
compartment with the door closed. The recommended rest time
is not included in the given roasting times.
You can also cook side dishes (e.g. vegetables) at the same
time as roasting meat in the universal pan.
For smaller joints, you can use a smaller roasting dish instead
of the universal pan. Place this directly on the wire rack.
The information in the table is for food placed in a cold oven
and for meat/fish taken directly from the refrigerator.
Roasting in the universal pan with wire insert
Place the wire insert in the universal pan with the lower area
facing downwards and slide them in together at the same shelf
position.
CircoTherm® 3
Item
Top/bottom heat %
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
Roasting time in
minutes
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
1
170 - 180
60 - 70
2
200 - 210
Smoked pork
1
160 - 170
70 - 80
2
190 - 210
Fillet, medium (400 g)
1
170 - 180
30 - 45
3
200 - 230
Roast with rind (1.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
120 - 150
2
200 - 220
Roast with rind (2.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
150 - 180
2
190 - 210
Joint, marbled, without rind, e.g. neck (1.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
100 - 130
2
190 - 210
Joint, marbled, without rind, e.g. neck (2.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
120 - 150
2
180 - 200
Roast, lean (1 kg)
1
170 - 180
70 - 90
2
180 - 200
Roast, lean (2 kg)
1
170 - 180
80 - 100
2
180 - 200
Meat loaf made from 500 g meat
Pork
* Preheat oven
** Roast pot roasts with a lid on the roasting dish
*** Use shelf height 1 for tall items
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CircoTherm® 3
Item
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
Top/bottom heat %
Roasting time in
minutes
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
Beef
Fillet, medium (1 kg)
1
180 - 190
45 - 65
2
200 - 220
Sirloin, medium rare (1.5 kg)
1
180 - 190
30 - 45
2
200 - 220
Pot roast (1.5 kg)**
1
170 - 180
120 - 150
2
200 - 220
Pot roast (2.5 kg)**
1
170 - 180
150 - 180
2
190 - 210
Joint/breast of veal (1.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
90 - 120
2
180 - 200
Joint/breast of veal (2.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
120 - 150
2
170 - 190
Knuckle
1
160 - 170
100 - 130
2
190 - 210
Leg, boned
1
180 - 190
70 - 110
2
200 - 220
Loin on the bone
1
180 - 190*
40 - 50
2
200 - 220*
Loin, boned
1
180 - 190*
30 - 40
2
200 - 220*
Veal
Lamb
Poultry
Chicken, whole (1 kg)
1
170 - 180
60 - 70
2
200 - 220
Duck, whole (2 ­ 3 kg)
1
150 - 160
90 - 120
2
190 - 210
Goose, whole (3 ­ 4 kg)
1
150 - 160
130 - 180
2***
180 - 200
Joint/leg of roe venison, boned (1.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
90 - 120
2
190 - 210
Wild boar joint (1.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
120 - 140
2
190 - 210
Joint of venison (1.5 kg)
1
160 - 170
100 - 120
2
190 - 210
Rabbit
1
160 - 170
70 - 80
2
180 - 200
Fish, whole (300 g)
1
160 - 170
30 - 40
2
180 - 200
Fish, whole (700 g)
1
160 - 170
40 - 50
2
180 - 200
Game
Fish
* Preheat oven
** Roast pot roasts with a lid on the roasting dish
*** Use shelf height 1 for tall items
Tips and tricks
Crust too thick and/or roast too dry
Reduce the temperature or shorten the roasting time.
Check the shelf height.
Crust too thin
Increase the temperature or switch on the grill briefly at the end of the roasting time.
The meat is not cooked right through
Remove any accessories that are not required from the cooking compartment.
Increase the roasting time.
Check the core temperature of the joint using a meat thermometer.
Steam in the cooking compartment is con- The steam dries during the course of the cooking. If there is an excessive volume of
densing on the appliance door
steam, you can carefully open the door briefly to dissipate the steam more quickly.
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Low-temperature cooking
In this section, you will find information on
■
Low-temperature cooking /
■
Tips and tricks
Low-temperature cooking is a method of cooking slowly at low
temperatures, and is also known as slow cooking.
Place the duck breast in a cold pan and fry the skin side first.
Following Low-temperature cooking, insert at shelf height 3 and
grill at 250 °C for 3 ­ 5 minutes until crispy.
You can find information on how to proceed, further instructions
and recipes in the accompanying cookbook.
Low-temperature cooking is ideal for all prime cuts of meat (e.g.
tender portions of beef, veal, pork, lamb and poultry) that are to
be cooked medium/medium rare or "à point". The meat will
remain succulent and tender.
Searing in
minutes
Low-temperature
cooking in
minutes
Using Low-temperature cooking
Pork
Notes
■ Only use fresh, clean meat
Fillet, whole (approx. 500 g)
5-6
100 - 120
Loin (approx. 1 kg, 4 - 5 cm thick)
5-6
120 - 150
■
The meat will always look pink on the inside after Lowtemperature cooking. This does not mean that the cooking
time was too short
Medallions (5 cm thick)
3-4
45 - 60
Loin steaks (2 ­ 3 cm thick)
2-3
30 - 45
Beef
■
Only use boned meat
■
Do not use defrosted meat
Fillet, whole (1.5 kg)
6-7
160 - 200
■
You can also use seasoned or marinated meat
6-7
180 - 210
■
Always use shelf height 1 for Low-temperature cooking
Sirloin
(approx. 1.5 kg, 5 - 6 cm thick)
Centre-cut rump (6 - 7 cm thick)
6-7
240 - 300
Medallions (5 cm thick)
3-4
60 - 80
Rump steak (3 cm thick)
3-4
50 - 70
Steak-cut rump (3 cm thick)
3-4
50 - 70
■
■
■
Do not cover the meat while it is cooking in the cooking
compartment
Do not turn pieces of meat during the low-temperature
cooking process
The size, thickness and type of meat will have a significant
influence on the searing and low-temperature cooking times
Veal
The properties of the pan and the heat output of the hotplate
can influence the searing time
Fillet, whole (approx. 800 g)
4-5
150 - 180
Flank (approx. 2 kg, 8 - 9 cm thick)
6-7
360 - 420
Do not use the Low-temperature cooking mode together with
the Preselection mode clock function
Centre-cut rump
(approx. 1.5 kg, 4 - 5 cm thick)
6-7
240 - 300
Only switch the Low-temperature cooking mode on when the
cooking compartment has completely cooled down (room
temperature).
Medallions (4 cm thick)
3-4
70 - 90
If "Not possible" appears in the text display when the Lowtemperature cooking mode is switched on and • or œ and üüü
appear alternately in the temperature display, the cooking
compartment has not cooled down completely.
Loin, boned (approx. 200 g)
2-3
30 - 40
Leg, boned, tied (approx. 1 kg)
6-7
240 - 300
Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down and
switch Low-temperature cooking on again.
Chicken breast (150 - 200 g)*
■
■
1. Place a glass or porcelain plate on a wire rack and insert at
shelf height 1 to warm the plate.
2. Switch on / Low-temperature cooking.
"Please wait" appears in the text display during the heating
up phase (15 - 20 minutes).
3. Remove fat and sinews from the meat.
Lamb
Poultry
4-5
90 - 120
10 - 12**
70 - 90**
Turkey breast (1 kg)*
4-5
150 - 180
Turkey steaks (2 - 3 cm)*
3-4
40 - 60
Duck breast (300 - 400 g)**
* well-done
** see the note below
4. Sear the meat on all sides to seal the meat and to create a
Tips and tricks
5. When a signal sounds and "In operation" appears on the text
Meat cooked at a low
temperature cools
down too quickly
6. Take out the meat at the end of the cooking time and switch
Keeping meat cooked Switch on % Top/bottom heat and set
at a low temperature
the temperature to 60 °C. Small
warm
pieces of meat can be kept warm for
up to 45 minutes and large pieces for
up to 2 hours
roasted flavour.
display, place the meat on the glass or porcelain plate in the
cooking compartment.
off the appliance.
Note: Meat cooked at a low temperature does not need to rest,
and can easily be kept warm at a low temperature.
Serve on warmed plates with a very
hot sauce
Table for Low-temperature cooking
The information in the table contains only guide values. The
searing time is for searing in a hot pan with fat.
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Grilling
Circo-roasting
In this section, you will find information on
■
Grilling in general
■
Circo-roasting 4
■
Radiant grilling (Full-surface + and Centre-area grill ()
The 4 Circo-roasting operating mode is ideal for poultry or
meat (e.g. roast pork with crackling) that is to be crispy.
Turn large items of food after approximately half to two-thirds of
the grilling time.
Caution!
Material damage due to effect of heat: The temperature
generated in the cooking compartment is very high. Keep the
appliance door closed when using the grill. Never grill with the
appliance door open.
Notes
It is preferable to use the universal pan with wire insert for
grilling
■
■
■
■
■
Place the wire insert in the universal pan and slide the two in
together at the shelf position specified in the grilling table
Always place the food to be grilled in the centre of the wire
rack
If you are grilling more than one piece of meat, make sure
that they are the same sort of meat and that they are of
similar thickness and weight.
Use the wire rack for particularly large quantities. Slide in the
wire rack at the shelf position specified in the grilling table. To
prevent the cooking compartment from becoming dirty, slide
in the universal pan one level lower.
Grilled food
Pierce duck and goose skin under the wings and legs to allow
the fat to escape.
Depending on the type of food you are cooking, the cooking
compartment may become very dirty when you cook food using
Circo-roasting. You should therefore clean the cooking
compartment after every use so that the dirt does not bake on.
The details given in the table are guidelines and apply to the
enamelled universal pan with wire insert. The values may vary
depending on the type and amount of food to be grilled.
You should set the lower of the specified temperatures the first
time. Lower temperatures will generally provide more even
browning.
At the end of the cooking time, switch the grill off and leave the
food to stand for approximately 10 minutes in the cooking
compartment with the door closed. The recommended standing
time is not included in the grilling times specified.
The values are for food placed in a cold oven and for meat
taken directly from the refrigerator.
Shelf height
Temperature in °C
Grilling time in minutes
Sirloin, medium (1.5 kg)
2
220 - 240
40 - 50
Leg of lamb, boned, medium
2
170 - 190
120 - 150
Joint of pork with rind
2
170 - 190
140 - 160
Pork knuckle
2
180 - 200
120 - 150
Chicken halves (1 or 2 halves)
2
210 - 230
40 - 50
Chicken, whole (1 or 2 chickens)
2
200 - 220
60 - 80
Duck, whole (2 - 3 kg)
2
180 - 200
90 - 120
Duck breast
3
230 - 250
30 - 45
Goose, whole (3 ­ 4 kg)
1
150 - 170
130 - 160
Pork
Poultry (unstuffed)
Goose breast
2
160 - 180
80 - 100
Goose leg
2
180 - 200
50 - 80
Radiant grilling
For grilling large quantities of flat items, use the Full-surface +
grill.
For grilling small quantities of flat items, use the Centrearea grill (. Place the food to be grilled in the centre of the
wire rack. You will save energy by using the centre-area grill.
Brush the items to be grilled with a little oil according to taste.
Turn the items after half to two-thirds of the grilling time.
You can influence the grilling result by changing the position of
the wire rack.
Wire rack posi- Application
tion
Place the wire insert in the universal pan with
the lower area facing downwards: Suitable
for grill items that should be predominantly
well-done
Place the wire insert in the universal pan with
the lower area facing downwards: Suitable
for grill items that should be cooked predominantly rare to medium-rare
Note: Always use the universal pan in the standard position
(not the other way up).
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Full-surface grill table +
The information in the table contains only guide values. The
values may vary depending on the type and amount of food to
be grilled. They are for food placed in a cold oven and for meat
taken directly from the refrigerator.
Grilled food
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
Grilling time
in minutes
Notes
Toast with topping
3
220
10 - 15
Vegetables
4
‚Ÿ£
15 - 20
Sausages
4
250
10 - 14
Prick skins
Fillet steaks, medium-sized
(3 cm thick)
4
‚Ÿ£
12 - 15
The cooking result can be influenced by the position
of the wire rack
Steak, well-done (2 cm thick)
4
‚Ÿ£
15 - 20
Fillet steaks (3 - 4 cm thick)
4
‚Ÿ£
15 - 20
Tournedos
4
‚Ÿ£
12 - 15
Fillets
4
‚Ÿ£
8 - 12
Chops
4
‚Ÿ£
10 - 15
Chicken drumsticks
3
250
25 - 30
Small chicken portions
3
250
25 - 30
Piercing the skin will prevent blisters from forming during grilling
4
220
15 - 20
The pieces should be of equal thickness
The shelf height should be adapted to the height of
the topping
Pork
Beef
The grilling time can be increased or shortened
depending on how well-done the meat should be
Lamb
The grilling time can be increased or shortened
depending on how well-done the meat should be
Poultry
Fish
Steaks
Chops
4
220
15 - 20
Whole fish
3
220
20 - 25
Centre-area grill ( table
The information in the table contains only guide values. The
values may vary depending on the type and amount of food to
be grilled. They are for food placed in a cold oven and for meat
taken directly from the refrigerator.
Grilled food
Shelf
height
Temperature in °C
Grilling time
in minutes
Notes
Toast with topping
3
220
12 - 18
Vegetables
4
‚Ÿ£
15 - 20
Sausages
4
250
12 - 16
Prick skins
Chicken drumsticks
3
250
35 - 45
Small chicken portions
3
250
30 - 40
Piercing the skin will prevent blisters from forming during grilling
Steaks
4
230
15 - 20
The pieces should be of equal thickness
Chops
4
230
15 - 20
Whole fish
3
230
20 - 25
The shelf height should be adapted to the height of
the topping
Poultry
Fish
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CircoTherm® eco
With the “ "CircoTherm® eco" heating type, you can prepare
many dishes on one level and save energy.
The table contains a selection of dishes best suited to “
CircoTherm® eco.
Notes
■ Place your dishes in the empty cooking compartment before
it has heated up.
The details given in the table are guidelines and apply to the
use of enamelled baking trays and universal pans as well as
dark-coloured baking tins. The values may vary depending on
the type and amount of dishes and on the baking tin used.
■
Only open the appliance door during cooking if it is
absolutely necessary.
Meals with CircoTherm® Eco “
We recommend that you set the lower of the specified
temperatures the first time. Lower temperatures will generally
allow more even browning.
Accessories
Shelf position
Temperature in °C
Cooking
time in
minutes
Cakes and pastries
Rich sponge mixture With dry topping
Shortcrust pastry
Baking tray
1
170 - 190
25 - 30
In tins
Springform cake tin/
loaf tin
1
160 - 170
60 - 80
In tins
Flan-base cake tin
1
160 - 170
20 - 30
Small baked items, e.g. muffins
Muffin tray
1
170 - 180
20 - 30
With dry topping, e.g. nut triangles
Baking tray
1
180 - 200
25 - 30
Small baked items, e.g. butter biscuits
Baking tray
1
140 - 150
20 - 25
Swiss roll
Baking tray
1
180 - 190
15 - 20
In tins (6 eggs)
Springform cake tin
1
160 - 170
40 - 50
In tins
Flan-base cake tin
1
160 - 170
20 - 30
With dry topping
Baking tray
1
170 - 190
30 - 45
In tins
Ring cake tin
1
170 - 180
40 - 50
Small baked items
Baking tray
1
180 - 190
20 - 30
Puff pastry
Small baked items
Baking tray
1
190 - 200
30 - 35
Choux pastry
Small baked items
Baking tray
1
190 - 200
35 - 45
With thin base
Universal pan
1
180 - 200
15 - 25
With thick base
Universal pan
1
180 - 200
20 - 30
Chips
Universal pan
1
190 - 200
20 - 30
Bread rolls/baguette Prebaked
Universal pan
1
180 - 200
10 - 20
Ovenproof dish on the 1
wire rack
180 - 200
60 - 80
Lasagne
Ovenproof dish on the 1
wire rack
180 - 190
50 - 60
Sweet bake
Ovenproof dish on the 1
wire rack
170 - 180
50 - 60
Sponge mixture
Yeast dough
Frozen convenience products
Pizza, frozen
Bakes
Potato gratin
Made using raw potatoes
Meat
Pot-roasted beef
1 kg
Covered ovenware on 1
the wire rack
190 - 200
120 - 150
Shoulder of pork
1 kg
Universal pan with wire 1
insert
180 - 190
110 - 130
Joint of veal
1 kg
Universal pan with wire 1
insert
180 - 190
100 - 120
approx. 400 g
Universal pan with wire 1
insert
160 -170
25 - 30
Fish
Trout
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Dough proving
In this section, you will find information on
Proving yeast dough
■
Dough proving ê
1. Switch on the appliance.
■
preparing yeast dough and yoghurt
2. Fill the water tank.
3. Slide in the water tank all the way.
Only switch on Dough proving once the cooking compartment
has completely cooled down (to room temperature).
4. Place the dish in the centre of the wire rack and slide in at
If "Not possible" appears in the text display when the Dough
proving setting is switched on and • or œ and -‹- appear
alternately in the temperature display, the cooking compartment
has not cooled down completely.
Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down and
switch Dough proving on again.
Do not use Dough proving together with the Preselection mode
clock function.
Notes
■ Always allow yeast doughs to prove twice. See the table for
information about the 1st and 2nd proving.
■
■
5. Select ê Dough proving with the operating mode selector.
6. Select dough proving setting ƒ or „ with the temperature
selector.
Note: The dough proving setting to be selected depends on
the dough and the quantity of flour. See the table for
information about this.
7. Press the ƒ Start button.
The proving process is controlled automatically. The
temperature setting is fixed.
Yeast dough
■
shelf position 1.
Note: Do not switch off Dough proving after the 1st proving.
The information in the table is only a guideline. The proving
time may vary depending on the type and quantity of the
ingredients.
Condensation is produced while the appliance is in
operation. The door panel steams up and water collects on
the base of the cooking compartment. The condensation
evaporates during the subsequent baking process.
The yeast dough can be baked directly after the 2nd proving
process.
You can find information on how to proceed, further
instructions and recipes in the accompanying cookbook.
Yeast dough
Steps in the prov- Dough
ing process
proving
Shelf height
Proving
time in
minutes
Notes
Pizza dough
1st proving
„
1
20 ­ 30
Place the bowl on the wire rack
2nd proving
ƒ
1
10 - 15
Roll out on a baking tray
Light bread dough, e.g. white bread, wheat bread
„
1
30 ­ 40
Place the bowl on the wire rack
Bread, without a tin
2nd proving
„
1 or 2*
15 ­ 25
Place on the baking tray
Bread, in loaf tin
2nd proving
„
1 or 2*
15 - 20
Place on the wire rack
Bread rolls
2nd proving
ƒ
1 or 2*
10 - 15
Place on the baking tray
Flatbread
2nd proving
ƒ
1 or 2*
15 - 20
Place on the baking tray
1st proving
Medium to heavy bread dough, e.g. multi-grain rye bread, wholemeal bread
„
1
30 ­ 45
Place the bowl on the wire rack
Bread, without a tin
2nd proving
„
1 or 2*
20 ­ 30
Place on the baking tray
Bread, in loaf tin
2nd proving
„
1 or 2*
20 ­ 30
Place on the wire rack
Bread rolls
2nd proving
ƒ
1 or 2*
10 - 15
Place on the baking tray
1st proving
„
1
30 ­ 45
Place the bowl on the wire rack
Bread, without a tin
2nd proving
„
1 or 2*
20 ­ 30
Place on the baking tray
Bread, in loaf tin
2nd proving
„
1 or 2*
20 ­ 30
Place on the wire rack
1st proving
Heavy bread dough
* Use the shelf height at which your yeast dough will be baked
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Yeast dough
Steps in the prov- Dough
ing process
proving
Shelf height
Proving
time in
minutes
Notes
1st proving
ƒ
1
20 - 40
Place the bowl on the wire rack
Plaited loaf, not filled
2nd proving
ƒ
1
15 - 20
Place on the baking tray
Small yeast-leavened cakes,
not filled
2nd proving
ƒ
1
10 - 15
Place on the baking tray
Small yeast-leavened cakes,
filled
2nd proving
ƒ
1
10 - 15
Place on the baking tray
Baked items in tins,
e.g. Bundt cake
2nd proving
ƒ
1
15 - 20
Place on the wire rack
1st proving
ƒ
1
40 ­ 60
Place the bowl on the wire rack
Baked without a tin
2nd proving
ƒ
1
30 - 50
Place on the baking tray
Baked in a tin
2nd proving
ƒ
1
30 - 50
Place on the wire rack
Sweet yeast dough
Fat-rich yeast doughs, e.g. stollen, panettone
* Use the shelf height at which your yeast dough will be baked
Yoghurt
1. Remove accessories and hook-in racks, telescopic shelves
or separate fitting systems.
2. Heat 1 litre of long-life milk (3.5 % fat) or fresh pasteurised
milk to 40 °C
or
Bring 1 litre of fresh milk to the boil once and allow to cool
down to 40 °C.
3. Add 150 g of set yoghurt to the warm milk, stir in and fill the
jars or bowls evenly. Do not pour more than 200 ml into any
single container.
5. Distribute the containers over the entire cooking
compartment floor, evenly spaced out.
6. Select ê Dough proving with the operating mode selector.
7. Set dough proving setting‚ with the temperature selector.
The set dough proving setting appears in the temperature
display.
8. Press the ƒ Start button.
The proving process is controlled automatically. The
temperature setting is fixed.
9. After 8 hours, switch off the appliance and place the
containers in the refrigerator for at least 15 hours.
4. Cover the filled containers with a suitable lid or cling film.
Steam
You can cook food using steam in various ways:
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Steaming with the Mega System steamer
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Cooking with VarioSteam
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Cooking with the automatic programmes
Steam cooking
The é Steam cooking operating mode can only be used in
conjunction with the Mega System steamer (available as a
special accessory from specialist retailers).
Only switch Steam cooking on when the cooking compartment
has cooled down completely (room temperature).
If "Not possible" appears on the text display when you switch
on the Steam cooking operating mode and • and ¨©¨ appear
alternately in the temperature display, the cooking compartment
has not cooled down completely.
Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down and
switch Steam cooking on again. The Steam cooking process is
controlled automatically.
Notes
■ Only use the Steam cooking operating mode for steaming.
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Only use the Mega System steamer for steaming.
Do not use Steam cooking together with the preselection
mode clock function.
You will find further useful information in the instruction
manual included with the Mega System steamer.
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VarioSteam - steam-assisted cooking
When you cook with VarioSteam, steam is introduced into the
cooking compartment at various intervals and with varying
degrees of intensity. This gives you a better cooking result.
Your food:
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becomes crispy on the outside
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develops a shiny surface
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is succulent and tender on the inside
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only undergoes a minimum reduction in volume
You set the combination of operating mode and steam intensity
that you want. You can set the steam intensity to low, medium
or high for the following operating modes:
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CircoTherm3
% Top/bottom heat
0 Circotherm intensive
ë Bread-baking
Circo-roasting4
Note: Use the information in the table to select a suitable
operating mode and steam intensity.
Switching on VarioSteam
VarioSteam table
1. Switch on the appliance.
Example: Joint of pork with crackling
2. Fill the water tank.
1. Set Step 1.
3. Slide in the water tank all the way.
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Operating mode: 3 CircoTherm
4. Select the operating mode.
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Temperature: 100 °C
5. Set the temperature or the Dough proving setting
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Steam intensity: high
6. Press the Ÿ VarioSteam button repeatedly until the required
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Cooking time: 25 - 35 minutes
steam intensity appears in the text display.
2. After 25 - 35 minutes, set Step 2.
7. Start appliance operation.
Switching off VarioSteam
Press the Ÿ VarioSteam button repeatedly until the steam
intensity (low, medium, high) goes out in the text display.
Appliance operation continues without steam.
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Change the temperature to 170 °C
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Cooking time: 60 - 75 minutes
3. After 60 - 75 minutes, set Step 3.
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Change the operating mode to 4 Circo-roasting
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Change the temperature to 200 °C
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Switch off the Steam intensity
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Cooking time: 20 - 30 minutes
4. After 20 - 30 minutes, switch off the appliance.
Food
Steps
Shelf
height
OperatTemperature Steam
ing mode in °C/Dough intensity
proving
Cakes and pastries
Genoese sponge cake (6
eggs)
-
1
3
150 ­ 160
low
30 - 40
Genoese sponge cake (3
eggs)
-
1
3
150 ­ 160
low
25 ­ 35
Flan base made from Genoese sponge
-
1
3
150 ­ 160
low
20 ­ 30
Victoria sponge cake in tin
-
1
150 ­ 160
low
50 - 70
Flan base made from Victoria sponge
1
3
3
150 ­ 160
low
20 ­ 30
Small cakes made from Victoria sponge mixture, e.g.
muffins
-
1
3
150 ­ 160
low
25 ­ 35
Plaited loaf
-
1
150 ­ 160
medium
35 ­ 45
Yeast-leavened Bundt cake
-
1
3
3
3
%
3
160 ­ 170
medium
35 ­ 45
160 ­ 170
medium
30 - 40
170 ­ 180
medium
20 ­ 30
200 ­ 220*
low
25 ­ 35
3
3
0
3
0
200 ­ 220*
low
15 ­ 25
200 ­ 220*
high
8 - 10
190 ­ 210
high
35 ­ 45
170 ­ 180
high
50 - 60
180 ­ 190
medium
35 ­ 45
Yeast-leavened currant cake -
1
Small yeast-leavened cakes
-
3
Choux pastry (cream puffs/
éclairs)
-
1
Puff pastry slices
-
1
Vol au vents, not filled
-
1
Apple tart
-
1
Strudel, fresh
-
1
Strudel, frozen
-
1
Cooking
Notes
time in minutes
* Preheat the appliance
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Notes
Cooking
time in minutes
Food
Steps
Shelf
height
OperatTemperature Steam
ing mode in °C/Dough intensity
proving
Bread
Bread rolls
Step 1
1
ƒ
-
20 ­ 25
Step 2
1
ê
ë
ê
ë
ê
ë
ê
ë
ë
ê
ë
ë
ê
ë
ë
190 ­ 200
high
20 ­ 25
ƒ
-
20 ­ 30
200
medium
25 ­ 35
Flatbread
Pasty
Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 3
1
Bread dough 1000 - 1250 g Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 3
1
Bread dough 1250 - 1500 g Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 3
1
Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 3
1
Pork neck joint (1.5 kg)
-
Pork neck joint (2.5 kg)
Pork knuckle
Bread dough 750 - 1000 g
Pork
Joint of pork with crackling
(1.5 kg)
Chicken, whole (1 kg)
Duck, whole (2 - 3 kg)
20 ­ 30
high
25 ­ 35
„
-
15 ­ 25
220
high
10 - 15
180
-
20 - 30
„
-
15 ­ 25
220
high
10 - 15
180
-
20 ­ 30
-
15 ­ 25
220
high
10 - 15
180
-
35 ­ 45
100
high
25 ­ 35
170
high
60 ­ 75
200
-
20 ­ 30
1
3
3
4
3
160
medium
100 ­ 120
Turn after ^ to Z of
the time
-
1
3
160
medium
130 - 150
Step 1
1
100
high
40 ­ 50
Step 2
1
160
high
40 ­ 50
Step 3
1
3
4
4
3
Turn after ^to Zof the
time
Place with the rind-side
up
190
-
20 ­ 30
180 ­ 190
medium
130 - 150
Do not turn
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
4
190 ­ 210
medium
25 - 45
Do not turn
170 ­ 180
high
20 ­ 25
190 ­ 200
-
35 - 40
Turn after Z the cooking time
150 ­ 160
medium
70 ­ 90
180
-
30 - 40
150
medium
110 - 120
180
medium
20 ­ 30
180
-
30 - 40
180
high
30 - 40
160 ­ 170
high
20 ­ 30
150 ­ 160
high
15 ­ 25
160 ­ 170
high
40 ­ 50
1
-
1
Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 1
1
Step 2
1
Step 3
1
Fish
Fish bakes
-
2
Fish portions (up to 300 g)
-
1
Goose, whole (3 ­ 4 kg)
-
200
„
Smoked pork
Poultry, not stuffed
Poultry portions
ƒ
Fish fillets
-
1
Fish, whole (up to 1000 g)
-
1
%
3
3
3
Miscellaneous
Potato gratin made from raw potatoes
Savoury flan
-
2
%
180 ­ 200
high
50 - 60
1
190 ­ 210
medium
15 ­ 25
Onion tart
-
1
180 ­ 190
high
30 - 40
Bakes made from precooked ingredients
2
0
0
%
170 ­ 180
medium
35 ­ 45
* Preheat the appliance
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Place the joint with the
rind-side up; do not
turn
Turn after Z the cooking time
Place with the breastside down; turn after
step 1
Automatic programmes
8. Turn the temperature selector to set the weight for the
heaviest piece (in the example: 200 g).
In this section, you will learn
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how to set a programme
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hints and tips on the programmes
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Programme table
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The automatic programmes enable you to prepare food very
easily. All programmes are designed for cooking on one level.
The cooking result can vary according to the size and quality of
the food.
Ovenware
Use the suggested ovenware. All meals have been tested using
this ovenware. The cooking result may change if you use
different ovenware.
Amount/ weight
The automatic programmes require the weight of the food. With
individual pieces, always enter the weight of the largest. The
total weight must be within the specified weight range.
Note: Press the ± info button to receive information about the
accessories.
9. Press the i navigation button.
The AÙÙÙØÙÙÙ@ scale appears in the text display.
If required, adjust the level of browning for your food.
Turn the operating mode selector to change the setting on
the scale:
Starting and ending a programme
Select the appropriate programme from the programme table.
Each programme operates with steam-assistance. A
programme can only be started if the cooking compartment
has completely cooled down (to room temperature).
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Example
“Poultry” programme group
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"Chicken portions, fresh" programme
10.Press the ƒ Start button.
No preheating indicator appears. A signal sounds once the
programme is completed. The programme is finished.
1. Turn the operating mode selector to the Û off position.
11.Switch off the appliance.
2. Fill the water tank.
Notes
If you want to call up the programme length, press and hold
the KJ clock function button until the KJ and x symbols
light up.
3. Fully slide in the water tank.
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4. Press the X programme button.
The first programme group is shown on the text display.
5. Turn the operating mode selector until the desired
programme group (e.g. Poultry) appears on the text display.
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Clockwise = higher level of browning, degree to which the
food is cooked
Note: In the Basic settings menu, you can adjust the
browning level for all automatic programmes (see section:
Changing basic settings).
You want to prepare three fresh chicken drumsticks (150 g,
180 g and 200 g):
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Anti-clockwise = lower level of browning, degree to which
the food is cooked
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If you want to stop the programme (pause), briefly press
the „ Stop button. Press the ƒ Start button to continue the
programme.
If you want to cancel the programme, then press and hold
the „ Stop button.
Programme table
In this section you will find all the programme groups and the
programmes they contain. Read the instructions before
preparing food using a programme.
Notes
With individual pieces, always enter the weight of the largest
piece.
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6. Press the i navigation button.
The first programme in the programme group is shown on
the text display.
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Follow the instructions about turning and cutting. They are
shown in the text display.
7. Turn the operating mode selector until the desired
programme (e.g. Chicken portions, fresh) appears.
A suggested weight appears in the temperature display (e.g.
0.1 kg).
Note: If no suggested weight is displayed, press the i
navigation button. You have further options to choose from
and you can use the operating mode selector to select them.
If you want to go back to the programme groups, press
the i navigation button repeatedly until the last selected
programme group appears.
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Programme group
Programme
Selection
Weight range in
kg
Accessories
Shelf
position
White bread1, 3
Without a tin
0.50 - 2.00
Baking tray
1
Wheat bread/mixed wheat bread1, 3
Without a tin
0.50 - 2.00
Baking tray
1
Bread
In loaf tin
0.80 - 2.00
Wire rack
1
Multi-grain rye bread with yeast1, 3
In loaf tin
0.80 - 2.00
Wire rack
1
Flatbread
-
0.40 - 1.00
Baking tray
1
Plaited loaf, not filled/savarin3
-
0.50 - 1.50
Baking tray
1
Sponge cake
-
0.30 - 0.70
Wire rack
1
Joint of pork with crackling
-
0.70 - 2.50
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Pork neck joint, boned, fresh
-
0.70 - 2.50
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Smoked pork, boned/ rolled joint
-
0.70 - 2.00
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Beef loin, fresh
Medium
0.80 - 1.50
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Sirloin, fresh
Medium
0.80 - 1.80
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Rare
0.80 - 1.80
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Whole chicken, fresh2
-
0.70 - 1.50
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Chicken portions, fresh
-
0.05 - 0.80
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Goose/duck, unstuffed, fresh2
-
1.30 - 4.50
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Fish fillet
-
0.20 - 0.50
Universal pan with 1
wire insert
Whole fish
-
0.30 - 1.00
Flat, open dish
with wire rack
3
Cakes & pastries
Meat
Poultry
Fish
1
2
3
1
The instruction "Cut into the bread" is displayed. Press the ƒ Start button to confirm the instruction.
The instruction "Turn" is displayed. Press the ƒ Start button to confirm the instruction.
The second dough-proving phase is included in the programme sequence.
Reheat - warming using steam
With the ä Reheat operating mode, you can gently reheat food
that has already been cooked or crisp up day-old baked goods.
Steam is switched on automatically. The Reheat operating
mode is not suitable for defrosting.
: Risk of burns!
Plates and dishes may become very hot. Take plates and
dishes out of the cooking compartment using an oven glove.
Notes
■ Condensation is produced while the appliance is in
operation. The door panel steams up and water collects on
the base of the cooking compartment. Depending on the
temperature, the cooking compartment will dry out.
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Do not cover food while it is being reheated.
The reheating time depends on the type and quantity of the
food and the accessories used.
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We recommend that you use dishes that are as wide and flat
as possible.
Do not use cold dishes, as this will prolong the reheating
process.
Only use heat-resistant dishes.
If possible, only reheat similar types of food of the same size
at one time.
Dry the appliance after reheating (see section: After every
steam-assisted cooking operation)
Note: The time required depends on the item in the meal with
the longest reheating time (e.g. meat).
Reheating plated meals
Arrange the individual components of the meal (e.g. pasta,
vegetables and meat) on a warm plate (room temperature).
The information in the table is only a guideline. Always use shelf
height 1 for reheating food.
Only preheat your appliance if it is recommended in the table.
Food
Shelf height
Temperature in°C
Cooking time in minutes
Reheating cooked food
Plated meal (meat and accompaniment, 1 portion)
1
100 ­ 120
25 - 30
Plated meal (pasta with sauce, 1 portion)
1
100 ­ 120
10 - 20
Pasta/rice (1 portion)
1
80 - 100
10 - 20
Pasta/rice (500 - 1000 g)
1
80 - 100
20 - 30
Unpeeled boiled potatoes
1
100 ­ 120
20 - 30
Boiled potatoes
1
100 ­ 120
15 ­ 25
Vegetables
1
100 ­ 120
20 - 30
Bake, savoury
1
120 ­ 140
20 - 30
Bake, sweet
1
120 ­ 140
20 - 30
Bread rolls/baguette, frozen, prebaked
1
160 - 180
10 - 20
Bread rolls/baguette, vacuum packed
1
180*
10 - 20
Sweet bread rolls
1
160 - 180
10 - 20
Heating baked goods
Sweet bread rolls, frozen
1
150 - 170
15 ­ 25
Plaited loaf, not filled
1
150 - 170
15 ­ 25
Quiche
1
140 - 150
10 - 20
Pizza
1
140 - 150
10 - 20
Lasagne, chilled (400 g)
1
140 - 150
20 - 30
Lasagne, chilled (1000 g)
1
140 - 150
25 ­ 35
Pizza, frozen, with deep-pan base
1
180
20 - 30
Pizza baguette, frozen
1
180
20 - 30
Heating convenience products
* Preheat the appliance
Defrost
In this section, you can read about
■
how to defrost using 3 CircoTherm®
■
how to use Defrost
Defrosting with CircoTherm®
Frozen meals
Temperature in °C
Defrosting
time in minutes
Raw frozen products/ foods
50
30 - 90
Bread/Bread rolls (750 - 1,500 g)
50
30 - 60
Use 3 CircoTherm® to defrost and cook frozen products.
Dry, frozen tray bakes
60
45 - 60
Notes
■ Frozen products that have been defrosted (meat in particular)
require shorter cooking times than fresh products
Moist, frozen tray bakes
50
50 - 70
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The cooking time for frozen meat increases by the defrosting
time
Always defrost frozen poultry before cooking so that you can
remove the giblets
Cook frozen fish at the same temperatures as fresh fish
You can place large quantities of ready made frozen
vegetables in aluminium dishes in the cooking compartment
at the same time
Use shelf height 1 when defrosting on one level, and shelf
heights 1 + 3 when using two levels
Observe the instructions on the packaging when using frozen
foods.
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Defrost
4. Defrost the frozen food for 25 - 45 minutes, depending on
You can use Defrost to defrost delicate pastries particularly well
(e.g. cream cakes).
5. Remove the frozen food from the cooking compartment and
1. Switch on 3 CircoTherm® operating mode.
2. Using the temperature selector, turn the default temperature
down to 40 °C. Then turn the temperature selector one notch
further anti-clockwise.
Defrost is now set. A A A appears in the temperature
display.
3. Press the ƒ Start button.
type and size.
let it thaw for 30 - 45 minutes.
With small quantities (pieces), the defrosting time is shortened
to 15 ­ 20 minutes and the extended defrosting time is
shortened to 10 ­ 15 minutes.
Note: To return to the 3CircoTherm® operating mode, turn the
temperature selector clockwise. The temperature set for
CircoTherm® appears again in the temperature display.
Preserve
: Risk of injury!
Preserving jars containing incorrectly preserved food can burst.
Please observe the following instructions:
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Fruit and vegetables must be fresh and in good condition
Starting the preserving process
1. Insert the universal pan at shelf height 1.
2. Position the preserving jars in a triangle without them
touching each other.
Only use clean and undamaged preserving jars
The preserving jars must not touch each other in the cooking
compartment during preserving
With 3 CircoTherm® , the cooking compartment can be used
to preserve the contents of up to six ½, 1 or 1½ litre preserving
jars at the same time.
Notes
For each preserving process, only use preserving jars that
are the same size and contain the same food.
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Pay attention to cleanliness when preparing and closing the
preserving jars.
Only use heat resistant rubber rings.
You cannot preserve the following food in your appliance: the
contents of tin cans, meat, fish or pie filling.
Preparing fruit
1. Wash fruit and, depending on the type, peel, remove the
seeds and finely chop.
2. Fill the preserving jars with fruit up to approx. 2 cm below the
rim.
3. Fill the preserving jars with hot, skimmed sugar solution
3. Pour ½ litre of hot water (approx. 80 °C) into the universal
pan.
4. Set 3 CircoTherm® at 160 °C.
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Preserving jars containing ½ or 1 litre will start to bubble
after approx. 50 minutes
Preserving jars containing 1½ litres will start to bubble after
approx. 60 minutes
Ending the preserving process
For fruit, gherkins and tomato purée:
(approx. Y l for a one litre jar).
1. Turn off the appliance, once all preserving jars are bubbling.
To one litre water:
2. Allow the preserving jars to stand in the closed cooking
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approx. 250 g sugar for sweet fruit
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approx. 500 g sugar for sour fruit
Preparing vegetables
1. Wash vegetables and depending on the type, clean and finely
chop.
2. Fill the preserving jars with vegetables up to approx. 2 cm
below the rim.
3. Fill the preserving jars immediately with hot, boiled water.
Closing the preserving jars
compartment for several minutes longer.
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Raspberries, strawberries, cherries or gherkins: approx.
5 - 10 minutes
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Other fruit: approx. 10 - 15 minutes
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Tomato or apple purée: approx. 15 - 20 minutes
For vegetables:
1. Reduce the temperature to 100 °C once all the preserving
jars are bubbling. Allow the preserving jars to continue
bubbling for approx.60 minutes in the closed cooking
compartment.
1. Wipe the rims of the preserving jars with a clean, damp cloth.
2. Switch off the appliance.
2. Put a wet rubber ring and lid in place and close the jars with
3. Allow the preserving jars to stand in the closed cooking
the clips.
compartment for approx. 15 - 30 minutes longer.
Removing the preserving jars
1. Place the preserving jars on a clean cloth, cover and protect
from draughts.
2. Remove clips only when the jars are cold.
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Cleaning and care
In this section, you will find information on
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Caution!
cleaning and care of your appliance
Surface damage due to incorrect cleaning: Do not use any
harsh or abrasive cleaning agents
■ cleaning agents that contain alcohol
■ abrasive cleaning aids such as steel wool or scourers.
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Cleaning agents and aids
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Descaling
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Self-cleaning surfaces in the cooking compartment
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Oven cleaning aid
: Risk of short circuit!
Do not use high-pressure cleaners or steam jet cleaners to
clean your appliance.
Observe the specifications in the tables.
Note: Highly recommended cleaning and care products can be
purchased through our after-sales service. Observe the
manufacturer's instructions.
Cleaning the appliance exterior
Appliance part/surface
Cleaning agent/aid
Stainless steel surfaces
Apply commercially available washing-up liquid with a soft, damp cloth or chamois; dry
with a soft cloth.
Painted surfaces
Glass surfaces
Door panels
Water tank
Use cleaners for matted stainless steel if very dirty.
Apply commercially available washing-up liquid with a soft, damp cloth or chamois; dry
with a soft cloth.
Apply commercially available washing-up liquid with a soft, damp cloth or chamois; dry
with a soft cloth.
Use a commercially available glass cleaner or washing-up liquid with a soft, damp
cloth or chamois; dry with a soft cloth.
The inner door panel on the appliance door has a coating which reduces the temperature and reflects the heat. The view through the appliance door is not impaired by this.
When the appliance door is open this coating can have the effect of a light-coloured
film. This is part of the design and is not due to any quality defect.
Use standard washing-up liquid, dry with a soft cloth and allow to dry off with the lid
open.
Thoroughly rub the seal on the lid until dry after every use.
Tank recess
Caution!
Damage to the water tank: Do not clean the water tank in the dishwasher. Clean the
water tank with standard washing-up liquid.
Rub dry with a soft cloth after every use
Cleaning the cooking compartment
Notes
Enamel is baked on at very high temperatures during
manufacture. This can cause some slight colour variation.
This is normal and does not affect its function.
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Caution!
Risk of damaging the surface. Do not clean the appliance while
still warm, even if using oven cleaners specially intended for
this purpose.
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The edges of thin trays cannot be completely enamelled. As
a result, these edges may be rough. Anti-corrosion protection
is still guaranteed, however.
Appliance part
Cleaning agent/aid
Enamel surfaces
(smooth surface)
To facilitate cleaning, you can switch on the interior lighting and detach the appliance
door if necessary.
Apply commercially available washing-up liquid or a vinegar solution with a soft, damp
cloth or chamois; dry with a soft cloth.
Soften baked-on food residues with a damp cloth and detergent.
We recommend using oven cleaner if the oven is very dirty. Observe the manufacturer's instructions when cleaning with an oven cleaner.
Leave the cooking compartment open to dry after cleaning.
Please see the notes in section: Self-cleaning surfaces
Self-cleaning surfaces
(rough surface)
Door seal
Hook-in racks
Telescopic shelves
Accessories
Hot soapy water
Hot soapy water:
Soak and clean with a dish cloth or brush.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth or a brush.
Do not remove the lubricant while the pull-out rails are pulled out – it is best to clean
them when they are pushed in.
Do not soak or clean in the dishwasher.
Soak in hot soapy water, clean with a brush and sponge or wash in the dishwasher.
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Keeping the appliance clean
4. Fill the water tank with 400 ml of descaling solution and slide
it in fully. Dispose of the rest of the descaling solution and
rinse with water.
To avoid getting the cooking compartment dirty,
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clean the cooking compartment after each use, as dirt will
bake on the next time it is heated up, and this can only be
removed with difficulty
5. Press the ƒ Start button.
always remove flecks of limescale, grease, starch and
albumin (e.g. egg white) immediately
Notes
■ If the water tank has not been filled, a signal sounds and the
Descale programme does not start. Fill the water tank with
the descaling solution and slide it in fully.
use 3 CircoTherm® whenever possible. This operating
mode creates less dirt
Use the universal pan to bake very moist cakes
use suitable ovenware when roasting (e.g. roasting dish) or a
roasting sheet (see section: Accessories)
Descaling
You can descale your appliance at any time. However, you
must descale the appliance at regular intervals. Otherwise, you
will not be able to continue cooking using steam. The lit
Í symbol reminds you to do this.
After starting steam-assisted operation, the Í symbol lights up
and "No. of uses until descaling required 5" appears for a short
time in the text display. This number tells you how many steamassisted operations (e.g. 5) you can still run before you must
descale your appliance. You can therefore prepare for the
descaling in good time.
The descaling programme (duration approx. 40 minutes)
consists of the following sequences:
The ƒ symbol lights up The descaling starts.
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If a signal sounds and the ƒ symbol flashes, this indicates
that the ƒ Start button has not been pressed. Press the
ƒ Start button.
The clock display shows how long the Descale programme
has left to run.
1st rinse
After the descaling is complete, a signal sounds and "Empty
tank and refill with fresh water" is displayed in the text display.
1. Empty the water tank, rinse it out thoroughly and fill it with
400 ml fresh water.
2. Slide in the water tank all the way.
"1st rinse" and §ü‚ are displayed (rinsing1 = 1st rinse). The
ƒ symbol flashes.
3. Press the ƒ Start button.
The ƒ symbol lights up The appliance starts rinsing.
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Descaling
After the 1st rinse is complete, a signal sounds and "Empty
tank and refill with fresh water" is displayed in the text display.
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2nd rinse
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2nd rinse
1. Empty the water tank, thoroughly rinse it and fill it with 400 ml
For hygiene reasons, the descaling programme must be run
through completely so that the appliance can be ready for
operation again. It cannot be interrupted using the „ Stop
button.
If the descaling process is interrupted (for example, due to a
power failure or because the appliance is switched off), you are
prompted to continue with the descaling programme after the
appliance is switched back on. The programme continues by
repeating the interrupted process (for example, 1st rinse).
Caution!
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Damage to the appliance: Only use the descaling tablets
that are recommended by us to descale the appliance. Other
descalers may damage the appliance.
Ordering descaling tablets through after-sales service:
Product no. 310967
Ordering descaling tablets through the retail trade: Product
no. TZ60002
Risk of surface damage: Do not allow descaling solution to
come into contact with the control panel or other sensitive
surfaces. If this does happen, remove the descaling solution
immediately with water.
Start the descaling programme.
The descaling programme can only be started once the
cooking compartment has completely cooled down. There must
be no residual heat (œ or •) shown in the display.
If you have cooked using steam immediately before descaling,
you must first switch the appliance off so that the residual water
is pumped out of the evaporator system.
1. Dissolve the descaling tablets in water to make a descaling
solution.
Note: Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the descaling
tablets.
2. Switch on the appliance.
3. Press and hold the Í descaling button for 3 seconds.
"Pour descaling solution into tank and press Start button" and
š†™ are displayed.
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fresh water.
2. Slide in the water tank all the way.
"2nd rinse" and §ü ƒ are displayed (rinsing2 = 2nd rinse). The
ƒ symbol flashes.
3. Press the ƒ Start button.
The ƒ symbol lights up The appliance starts rinsing.
After the 2nd rinse is complete, a signal sounds and "Empty
tank and clean" and "Descaling complete" are displayed in the
text display.
Removing the remaining water
1. Empty and thoroughly rinse out the water tank.
2. Switch off the appliance.
Self-cleaning surface
The back wall of the cooking compartment is coated with selfcleaning enamel. This coating absorbs and disintegrates
splashes from baking and roasting while the oven is in
operation.
Large splashes only disappear after the oven has been used
several times.
Discolouration on the rear wall does not affect the self-cleaning
function.
Caution!
Damage to surfaces on self-cleaning areas due to applying
oven cleaner.Never clean the self-cleaning surfaces with oven
cleaner.
If oven cleaner accidentally gets onto self-cleaning surfaces,
remove it immediately with a sponge and plenty of water.
Caution!
Damage to surfaces on self-cleaning areas due to the use of
abrasive and acidic cleaning agents and aids.
Do not use cleaning agents containing abrasive substances or
acids.
Do not use abrasive cleaning aids such as steel wool or
scourers.
EasyClean®
Rapid drying
Your appliance comes with an > EasyClean® function to
make cleaning the cooking compartment easier. An
automatically controlled vaporisation of soapy water loosens
residues and makes it easier to remove them afterwards.
In the case of persistent dirt, you can
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1. After cleaning, leave the appliance door ajar in the stop
position (approx. 30°).
2. Set 3 CircoTherm® at 50 °C.
3. After 5 minutes, switch off the appliance and close the
appliance door.
allow the soapy water to penetrate for a while before
switching on EasyClean
Removing and fitting the appliance door
rub detergent onto the dirty surfaces before switching on the
cleaning aid
You can remove the appliance door to clean it more
thoroughly.
repeat the EasyClean® function once the cooking
compartment has cooled
: Risk of injury!
Preparation and switching on
EasyClean® only starts when the cooking compartment is cool.
: Risk of scalding and surface damage!
Never pour water into the cooking compartment when it is hot.
Water vapour will be created and the enamel may be damaged
because of the change in temperature.
The hinges of the appliance door may snap shut with great
force. Always fully turn the two locks for fitting and removing the
appliance door.
: Risk of injury!
If the appliance door has been removed without turning both
locking levers to their limit stops, the hinge may snap shut. Do
not reach into the hinge. Call the after­sales service.
1. Remove the accessories from the cooking compartment.
Removing the appliance door
2. Carefully pour 0.4 litres of water (not distilled water) with
1. Open the left and right-hand hinge lock (Fig. A).
some detergent into the base trough of the cooking
compartment (Fig. A).
3. Close the appliance door.
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4. Switch on EasyClean®.
"EasyClean in operation" appears in the text display and “’†
in the temperature display.
If, after EasyClean is switched on, "Not possible" appears in
the text display and œ or • and “’† appear alternately in the
temperature display, the cooking compartment has not
completely cooled down.
Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down and
switch EasyClean® on again.
Once EasyClean® has finished, the cooking compartment
light switches on and "EasyClean complete" appears in the
text display. A signal sounds.
5. Press the clock function button to exit the clock function.
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To do this, push the hinge lock (Fig. B) fully upwards on both
sides with a screwdriver.
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Hinge lock closed (Fig. C)
Hinge lock open (Fig. D)
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Cleaning up and switching off
Do not leave the remaining water in the cooking compartment
for a long time (e.g. overnight).
1. Open the appliance door and remove the remaining water
with an absorbent sponge cloth (Fig. B).
2. Clean the cooking compartment with a sponge cloth, a soft
brush or a plastic saucepan scrubber.
2. Open the appliance door a little (Fig. E).
3. Using a coin, fully turn both the left and right-hand locks on
the inside of the appliance at the bottom (Fig. F).
Left lock: clockwise
Right lock: anti-clockwise
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Note: You can remove any remaining, persistent residue with
a glass scraper for glass ceramic.
3. Remove limescale with a cloth soaked in vinegar, then wipe
with clean water and rub dry with a soft cloth. Remember to
dry under the door seal.
4. Turn the operating mode selector back to the Û position.
5. After cleaning, leave the appliance door ajar in the stop
position (approx. 30°) for approx. 1 hour to allow the enamel
surfaces in the cooking compartment to dry thoroughly.
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4. Close the appliance door a little, until you feel the locks
engage.
The door can now no longer be opened or closed.
5. Lift the door handle slightly using both thumbs and lift out the
appliance door (Fig. G).
Cleaning the door panels
To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the door panels from the
appliance door.
: Risk of injury!
The components inside the appliance door may have sharp
edges. Take care not to cut yourself. Wear protective gloves.
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: Risk of injury!
The appliance must not be used again until the door panels
and appliance door have been correctly fitted.
Removing the door panel
Fitting the appliance door
1. Hold the appliance door and raise the door handle slightly
with both thumbs (Fig. A).
2. Fit the appliance door in the left and right-hand guide rollers
simultaneously (Fig. B).
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Note: Before removing, make a note of which way round the
door panel is fitted, so that it is not refitted the wrong way
round.
1. Unhook the appliance door and lay it on a soft, clean surface
with the front side facing downwards (see section: Removing
and installing the appliance door).
2. Carefully lift the door panel slightly and remove it in the
direction of the arrow (fig. A).
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3. Ensure that the appliance door does not tilt unevenly and that
it is properly fitted in place (Fig. C).
4. Use a coin to release both locks on the appliance door
(Fig. D).
Left lock: anti-clockwise
Right lock: clockwise
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Removing the intermediate panel
Note: Before removing, make a note of the position in which
the intermediate panel is fitted, so that you do not refit it the
wrong way round later.
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1. Remove the seal. Pull seal outwards and remove upwards
(fig. B).
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5. Open the appliance door a little wider and then close it.
: Risk of injury from hinge locks which have not been
properly closed!
The appliance door may detach itself. You may be injured
and the appliance door damaged. After refitting the door,
always close the left and right-hand hinge locks.
6. Close the left and right-hand hinge locks (Fig. E).
To do this, push the hinge lock (Fig. F) fully downwards on
both sides with a screwdriver.
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2. Release and remove the retainer (fig. C).
3. Lift the intermediate panel slightly and take it out (fig D).
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1. Pull the grill element retaining bracket towards the front and
Cleaning
Clean the door panels with glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
Caution!
Do not use any sharp or abrasive medium or a glass scraper.
The glass could be damaged.
push it upwards until you hear the grill element disengage
(figure A).
2. Hold the grill element and fold it downwards (figure B).
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Fitting the intermediate panel
Note: During installation, make sure that the lettering "top right"
is upside down at the bottom left.
1. Insert the intermediate panel towards the back as far as it will
go (fig. A).
2. Hook in the seal on both sides (fig. B).
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3. Clean the cooking compartment ceiling.
4. Pull the retaining bracket towards the front and keep it
pushed upwards.
5. Fold the grill element upwards, until it clicks into place.
Cleaning the hook-in racks
You can remove the hook-in racks for easier cleaning.
: Risk of burning due to hot components in the cooking
3. Insert the retainer (fig. C).
4. Press down on the retainer until it locks into position (fig. D).
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compartment!
Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down.
1. Pull out and detach the hook-in rack at the front (Fig. A).
2. Clean the hook-in rack with washing-up liquid and a sponge
or brush.
3. After cleaning, refit the hook-in rack in the reverse order
(Fig. B).
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Fitting the door panel
1. Insert the door panel into the retainers at an angle towards
the rear (fig. E).
2. Press down on the side of the door panel until it locks into
place (fig. F).
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Cleaning the telescopic shelves
You can unhook the telescopic shelves for easier cleaning.
: Risk of burning due to hot components in the cooking
compartment!
Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down.
Removing the telescopic shelves
1. Hold the flat spring (Fig. A).
2. Move the telescopic shelf upwards at the front and unhook it
3. Refit the appliance door.
Cleaning the cooking compartment ceiling
The grill element can be folded down to allow quick and easy
cleaning of the cooking compartment ceiling.
: Risk of burning due to hot components in the cooking
compartment!
Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down.
to the side.
3. Pull out the telescopic shelf at the back.
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Cleaning the telescopic shelves
Hooking in the telescopic shelves
Clean the telescopic shelves with washing-up liquid and a
sponge or brush.
1. Insert the telescopic shelf at the rear as far as it will go.
2. Insert the telescopic shelf at the front from the top and push it
down until it engages (Fig. B).
3. Push telescopic shelves to the limit stop and close appliance
door.
Faults and repairs
It is not always necessary to call the after-sales service.
Sometimes, you can find a remedy yourself. You will find some
tips for troubleshooting in the following table.
: Risk of electric shock!
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Problem
Work on the appliance electronics may only be performed by
a specialist.
Always disconnect the appliance from the power supply
when work is carried out on the electronics. Switch off the
circuit breaker or remove the fuse from your household fuse
box.
Possible cause
Remedial action
Electrical operation is faulty (e.g. indicator Fuse defective
lamps no longer light up)
Check fuses in the fuse box and replace if
necessary
Liquid or runny dough runs to one side
Appliance not installed level
Check the appliance installation (see the
Installation instructions)
‹:‹‹ flashes in the clock display
There was a power cut
Press the KJ Time of day function button,
reset the clock (see section:
Electronic clock)
‹:‹‹ flashes on the clock display, "rrr"
The power supply was interrupted while
the appliance was in operation
Press the KJ Time of day function button,
reset the clock (see section:
Electronic clock)
The appliance prompts you to descale or
to run the 1st or 2nd rinse
The power supply was interrupted or the After you have switched the appliance
appliance was switched off during the des- back on, repeat the process that was intercaling process
rupted (e.g. 1st rinse) and then continue
with the descaling process.
“E011“ appears in the clock display.
Permanent assignment of a button
appears on the temperature display
EXXX, e.g. E300, appears in the clock dis- Internal fault in the appliance electronics
play
Cancel the permanent assignment of the
button and press the KJ clock function
button
Press the KJ clock function button. If the
message does not go out, pull out the
mains plug and plug it back in again after
approx. 10 seconds
It is not possible to operate the appliance, The appliance has been manually blocked Deactivate the lock
"Appliance locked" appears on the text
(see section: Childproof lock)
display, D and -†- appear on the temperature display.
It is not possible to operate the appliance, The appliance controls are automatically
"Appliance permanently locked" appears blocked
on the text display, D and †˜ appear on
the temperature display.
The appliance does not heat up, the two
dots flash on the clock display and, for
example, ‚‡‹© appears in the temperature display
A button combination was actuated
Deactivate the permanent lock
(see section: Childproof lock)
Turn the operating mode selector to the
Ûoff position, press and hold the ±info but-
ton for 3 seconds, then press and hold
the KJ clock function button for
4 seconds, then press and hold the ± info
button again for 3 seconds
Electronically controlled functions are mal- Energy surges (e.g. lightning strike)
functioning
Reset the function concerned
Once you have switched on an operating The appliance has not cooled down fully
mode, • or œ appears on the temperature
display, and "Not possible" appears on the
text display
Wait until the appliance has cooled down,
then switch on the operating mode again
The appliance has switched off automatically. "Safety cut-out" appears in the text
display, ‹:‹‹ flashes in the temperature
display
Turn the operating mode selector back to
the Û position
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The appliance has switched off to protect
itself from overheating
Problem
Possible cause
Remedial action
‹‹‹ flashes in the temperature display
Appliance is not switched off.
Turn the operating mode selector back to
the Û position and lock it in place
Smoke is generated during roasting or
grilling
Fat is burning on the grill element
Continue grilling or roasting until the fat on
the grill element has burnt away
Wire rack or universal pan inserted incorrectly
Check the shelf heights (see section:
Roasting or grilling)
High levels of condensation are generated Normal occurrence (e.g. when baking
Open the appliance door briefly from time
in the cooking compartment
cakes with very moist toppings or roasting to time during operation
a large joint)
Enamelled accessories have matt, lightcoloured marks
Normal occurrence caused by dripping
meat or fruit juices
Not possible
Door panels are misted up
Normal occurrence caused by temperature differences
Heat the appliance up to 100 °C and then
switch off again after 5 minutes
Cooked dishes turn out too moist or too
dry when cooking with steam-assisted
applications
The wrong altitude range has been set
Check the altitude range in the Basic settings menu and adjust if necessary
The wrong steam intensity was selected
Select a higher or lower steam intensity
The appliance requires frequent descaling The water hardness has been set too high Check the water hardness in the Basic settings menu and adjust if necessary
"E870" appears in the temperature display The pump has pumped air several times in Press the KJ clock function button.
succession
Fill the water tank and slide it fully in
"E8XX" appears in the temperature display The steam-assisted function is malfunctioning
Replacing the oven light bulb
Replace faulty oven light bulbs.
You can obtain replacement light bulbs from customer service
or specialist retailers: E14, 220 - 240 V, 40 W, heat resistant to
300 °C. Only use these oven light bulbs.
Press the KJ clock function button.
Note: Applications without steam assistance are ready for operation
Caution!
Clouding in halogen bulbs: Do not touch halogen bulbs with
bare fingers. This causes oils to get onto the glass which are
then burnt on and cloud the glass. Use a clean cloth to change
the bulb.
: Risk of electric shock !
1. Remove the appliance door (see section: Removing and
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply. Switch off the
circuit breaker or remove the fuse from the household fuse box.
2. Remove the door panel (see section: Cleaning the door
1. Place a tea towel in the cold cooking compartment to prevent
3. Unclip the defective halogen bulb and the bulb fitting from the
damage.
refitting the appliance door).
panels).
holder, and carefully remove it from the reflector.
2. Turn the glass cover anticlockwise and remove it.
3. Replace the oven light bulb with a bulb of the same type.
4. Screw on the glass cover again.
5. Remove the tea towel and switch on the circuit breaker.
Note: If the glass cover cannot be unscrewed: use rubber
gloves to turn it. You can order a special removal tool through
the after-sales service (order no. 613634)
4. Remove the defective halogen bulb from the bulb fitting
(fig. A).
5. Insert a new halogen bulb into the bulb fitting. Use a clean
cloth to do this (fig. B).
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Changing halogen bulbs
Spare bulbs can be obtained from the after-sales service or
specialist retailers. Verwenden Sie nur diese Halogenlampen:
Osram HALOSTAR ECO, 12 V, GY 6.35, 25 W
: Risk of burns!
Halogen bulbs become very hot when switched on. When
replacing them, wait until the bulb has cooled down.
6. Reinsert the bulb fitting into the appliance door.
7. Fit the door panel and appliance door.
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Changing the door seal
2. Hook the door seal in at five further points (Fig. C) by turning
If the door seal is defective, it must be replaced. Replacement
seals for your appliance can be obtained from the after-sales
service.
the hooks slightly (Fig. D).
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Unhooking the door seal
The door seal is fixed in nine places.
1. Unhook (Fig. B) the door seal at four points (Fig. A).
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Hooking in the door seal
1. Hook (Fig. B) the door seal in at four points (Fig. A).
2. Hook the door seal in at five further points (Fig. C) by turning
it slightly (Fig. D).
3. Check that the door seal is seated correctly.
After-sales service
Our after-sales service is there for you if your appliance needs
to be repaired. We will always find the right solution in order to
avoid unnecessary visits from a service technician.
Please note that there will be a fee for a visit by a service
technician in the event of a malfunction, even during the
warranty period.
E number and FD number
Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed
customer service list.
When calling us, please give the product number (E no.) and
the production number (FD no.) so that we can provide you with
the correct advice. The rating plate containing these numbers
can be found on the base of the appliance when you open the
appliance door.
To save time, you can make a note of the number of your
appliance and the telephone number of the after-sales service
in the space below, should it be required.
E no.
Aftersales service O
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FD no.
To book an engineer visit and product advice
GB
0844 8928989
Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to
3 pence per minute. A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence
may apply.
IE
01450 2655
0.03 € per minute at peak. Off peak 0.0088 € per
minute.
Rely on the professionalism of the manufacturer. You can
therefore be sure that the repair is carried out by trained service
technicians who carry original spare parts for your appliances.
Test dishes
These tables have been produced for test institutes to facilitate
the inspection and testing of the various appliances.
Please note the information in the tables about preheating. The
table values do not include Rapid heat up.
Test dishes tested to standard EN 50304/EN 60350 (2009)
and IEC 60350.
Note: For baking, use the lower of the temperatures indicated
first.
Baking
Piped cookies
Shelf position
Operating
mode
Temperature
in °C
Baking time in
minutes
3
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140 - 150*
25 - 35
1
“
150 - 160
20 - 40
1+3
3
140 - 150*
30 - 40
1+3+4
3
130 - 140*
40 - 50
3
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160 - 170**
25 - 30
1
“
160 - 180
25 - 35
1+3
3
140 - 150**
30 - 40
1+3+4
3
140 - 150**
35 - 50
Hot water sponge cake
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160 - 170*
25 - 35
1
3
160 - 170*
25 - 35
Double crust apple pie (black tins placed next to one
another, figure A)
1
0
170 - 180*
60 - 70
Double crust apple pie (black tins placed next to one
another, figure A)
1
“
180 - 190
75 - 85
1+3
3
170 - 180*
65 - 75
Shelf position
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C
Grilling time in
minutes
Toast (universal pan + wire rack)
3+4
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‚Ÿ£*
1-2
Beef steaks, x 12 (universal pan + wire rack)
3+4
+
‚Ÿ£
20 - 25**
Small cakes (x 20 per tray)
Double crust apple pie (black tins placed diagonally across
from each other, figure B)
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** Preheat for 10 minutes
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Grilling
* Preheat for 10 minutes
** Turn over after Z of the cooking time
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