INSTRUCTIONS FOR STEAM OVEN INSTALLATION
AND USE
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Contents
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................... 5
OVEN DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................... 5
WARNINGS..................................................................................................................................................... 6
INSTALLATION.............................................................................................................................................7
Connection to the mains power supply ............................................................................................7
Replacement of the power cord:...................................................................................................7
Terminal box ................................................................................................................................7
Oven preparation and pre-use.......................................................................................................8
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF OVEN AND ACCESSORIES...................................................8
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CORRECT INSTALLATION.............................................................................9
TECHNICAL DATA.....................................................................................................................................9
Oven dimensions............................................................................................................................10
DESCRIPTION OF THE OVEN AND ACCESSORIES .......................................................................... 11
DESCRIPTION of the CONTROL PANEL..................................................................................12
Description of the keys...............................................................................................................12
FIRST START-UP......................................................................................................................................... 13
HOW TO TURN THE OVEN ON ............................................................................................................... 13
HOW TO TURN THE OVEN OFF ............................................................................................................. 13
COOKING CYCLES AVAILABLE............................................................................................................ 14
HOW TO SELECT A COOKING FUNCTION......................................................................................... 15
USING A COOKING FUNCTION THAT INCLUDES STEAM............................................................. 15
USING A COOKING FUNCTION THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE STEAM.......................................... 15
HOW TO CHANGE THE COOKING CHAMBER TEMPERATURE .................................................. 16
HOW TO START THE COOKING ............................................................................................................ 16
HOW TO USE THE ALARM FUNCTION................................................................................................16
HOW TO DISPLAY OR CHANGE THE ALARM STATUS .................................................................. 17
How to reset the alarm function.....................................................................................................17
HOW TO PROGRAM THE OVEN ............................................................................................................ 17
HOW TO SET OR CHANGE THE COOKING TIME............................................................................. 17
HOW TO CANCEL A COOKING TIME .................................................................................................. 17
HOW TO PROGRAM THE START AND STOP OF THE OVEN ......................................................... 18
HOW TO CANCEL AN OVEN START/STOP PROGRAM ................................................................... 18
COOKING FINISHED MODE .................................................................................................................... 18
COOKING WITH THE FOOD PROBE.....................................................................................................19
How to use the food probe. ............................................................................................................19
HOW TO CHANGE THE FOOD PROBE TEMPERATURE................................................................. 20
USING THE FOOD PROBE AS A THERMOMETER ............................................................................ 20
HOW TO PROGRAM THE START OF THE OVEN USING THE FOOD PROBE............................ 20
SAVING A COOKING CYCLE .................................................................................................................. 21
HOW TO SAVE A COOKING CYCLE ..................................................................................................... 21
HOW TO ADD STEAM IN THE HOT AIR + STEAM COOKING MODE.......................................... 22
HOW TO MOVE AROUND INSIDE THE MENU ................................................................................... 23
MENU STRUCTURE FLOW-CHART....................................................................................................... 24
BREAD/PIZZA recipe list .........................................................................................................25
TIMBALES recipe list ...............................................................................................................25
MEAT recipe list........................................................................................................................26
FISH recipe list...........................................................................................................................27
VEGETABLES recipe list .........................................................................................................27
DESSERTS recipe list................................................................................................................28
HOW TO PERSONALIZE THE RECIPE LIST ....................................................................................... 28
HOW TO LOAD YOUR OWN RECIPE .................................................................................................... 28
HOW TO DELETE YOUR OWN RECIPE ...............................................................................................28
PRACTICAL COOKING SUGGESTIONS ...............................................................................................30
ACCESSORIES ............................................................................................................................................. 30
Drip pan......................................................................................................................................30
Grill ............................................................................................................................................30
Perforated drip pan.....................................................................................................................30
FOOD probe...............................................................................................................................31
HOW TO PERSONALIZE YOUR OVEN.................................................................................................. 31
SETTING THE CLOCK...............................................................................................................................31
SETTING KEYPAD LOCK:........................................................................................................................ 32
HOW TO DEACTIVATE THE KEYPAD LOCK..................................................................................... 32
KEYPAD LOCK DETAILS ......................................................................................................................... 33
BUZZER......................................................................................................................................................... 33
LIGHTING..................................................................................................................................................... 33
WATER HARDNESS.................................................................................................................................... 33
START CLEANING CYCLE....................................................................................................................... 34
COOKING CHAMBER.................................................................................................................34
BOILER DESCALING..................................................................................................................34
Suitable descaler:............................................................................................................................34
INSTRUCTIONS for boiler descaling process:.............................................................................35
Boiler wash.....................................................................................................................................35
RESET SETTINGS ....................................................................................................................................... 36
OVEN OFF MODE ....................................................................................................................................... 37
COOKING FINISHED MODE .................................................................................................................... 37
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF AN ANOMALY........................................................................................... 38
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF A BLACK-OUT .......................................................................................... 38
ERROR CODES TABLE..............................................................................................................................39
HOW TO DISASSEMBLE THE SIDE GRILLS ....................................................................................... 40
HOW TO REASSEMBLE THE SIDE GRILLS ........................................................................................ 40
HOW TO CHANGE THE OVEN LIGHT BULB...................................................................................... 41
Instruction for changing the light bulb:......................................................................................41
HOW TO CHANGE THE COOKING CHAMBER SEAL....................................................................... 41
HOW TO DISASSEMBLE THE OVEN DOOR ........................................................................................ 42
HOW TO REASSEMBLE THE OVEN DOOR ......................................................................................... 43
OVEN DETAILS ........................................................................................................................................... 43
Touch-Control Keypad...............................................................................................................43
Keypad command inactivity.......................................................................................................43
Beep Signal..............................................................................................................................43
Cooling fan.................................................................................................................................43
Golden colour of the cooking chamber......................................................................................43
SYSTEM WARNINGS: ................................................................................................................................44
CHECK THAT THERE IS WATER IN THE PITCHER.............................................................44
INSERT THE PITCHER ...............................................................................................................44
CONNECT FOOD PROBE ...........................................................................................................44
DISCONNECT FOOD PROBE.....................................................................................................44
CLOSE THE DOOR ......................................................................................................................44
BOILER EMPTYING....................................................................................................................44
WAIT .........................................................................................................................................44
DISPOSAL ..................................................................................................................................................... 45
Packaging .......................................................................................................................................45
Oven: ..............................................................................................................................................45
INTRODUCTION -
OVEN DESCRIPTION
Combination oven suitable for cooking food in ordinary homes for non-professional purposes
combining, in a single product, traditional cooking with the advantages of steam to obtain excellent
results for each meat, fish, vegetable and dessert dish while at the same time retaining the taste,
freshness, aromas and above all the nutritional properties of the food. This oven is notsuitable for
other purposes.
Install and use the appliance in rooms with temperatures that do not fall below 5°C.
WARNINGS
This appliance is designed to be used by adults who are familiar with these user instructions.
Make sure that the power cord of the electrical appliances is not crushed by the oven door.
The electrical insulation could be damaged.
If the power cord has been damaged, it must be replaced by customer service to prevent
danger.
Children are often unable to recognize the risks entailed in using the appliance. Please
supervise children properly and do not let them play with the appliance.
Heat forms during cooking and the appliance door, can become very hot. Do not touch the
door and keep children away.
Individuals who are disabled or not self-sufficient must be assisted by capable adults.
During use, the accessible parts of the oven may become very hot. Keep children away from
the oven until the appliance has cooled.
When opening the oven door during or upon completion of the cookingphase, be
careful of the flow of hot air and/or steam coming out of the cooking chamber. Step
back or to the side to avoid burns.
It is advisable to use distilled water in order to reduce the formation of scale.
Install and use the appliance in rooms with temperatures that do not fall below 5°C.
Do not use the oven to heat the room.
Before closing the oven door, make sure there are no foreign objects or pets inside the oven.
Do not store flammable materials or temperature-sensitive objects such as cleansers, sprays,
vacuum packed containers, canned food, etc. in the oven. This presents a fire / explosion
risk.
Preserve this manual carefully and keep it handy so that you can consult it whenever
necessary. If you sell or give the appliance to another person, do not forget to attach this
manual to the appliance.
As soon as an operating problem is discovered, the oven must be unplugged.
Hot grease and fat catch fire easily. It is dangerous to heat oil in the oven to cook meat and
this should be avoided. Never try to put out a grease fire using water (there may be an
explosion). Suffocate the flames with wet cloths.
The grill, plates and cooking containers become very hot. When inserting or removing them,
use oven gloves or pot holders which are completely dry.
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When using or cleaning the oven, be careful not to place your fingers in the door hinges or
in the door itself in order to avoid crushing or injuries. Be especially careful of this when
children are present.
Leave the oven door open in the supported position only.
When the door is open, there is a risk of tripping or crushing fingers.
Do not sit or lean on the oven door, and do not use it as a work surface.
For maintenance, moving, installation and cleaning of the appliance, use suitable prevention
and protection equipment (gloves, etc.).
Lifting and moving of appliances weighing more than 25 kg must be carried out using
proper equipment, or by two persons, in order to avoid risks or injuries.
Any work on the appliance must be done with the appliance disconnected from the electrical
power supply.
It is not permitted to modify, tamper with or attempt repairs on the appliance, especially
with tools (screwdrivers and the like), either inside or outside the appliance.
Repairs must only be carried out by authorized personnel, especially on the electrical parts.
Inappropriate repair work may cause serious accidents, damage the appliance and equipment
and lead to improper operation.
Appliances repaired in technical service centres must undergo routine testing, especially
concerning the earth circuit continuity.
Use only the food / temperature probe included in the oven accessories. If the food probe
breaks or becomes lost, contact your nearest Authorized Service Centre.
The manufacturer shall not be held liable for damage to persons or
property due to poor or incorrect maintenance of the appliance.
The manufacturing company declines all responsibility if the safety
standards are not observed.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make any modifications to its
products which it feels are necessary or useful without any advance
notice.
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INSTALLATION
Remove the appliance from the package
and check that the product and power cord
are NOT damaged.
Otherwise, contact the retailer before
operating the appliance.
Do not lift the product by the door handle.
Packaging (e.g. paper, polystyrene) may be
hazardous to children (danger of suffocation).
Keep packaging out of the reach of children.
The product must be installed and connected
correctly to the mains power supply,
following the manufacturer's instructions and
only by QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Before performing any type of work,it must
be verified that the appliance is
DISCONNECTED from the mains power
supply.
If the appliance is lacking the power cord,
the oven must be connected to the mains
power supply with a cable having a
minimum section of 1.5mm2.
If a plug is to be used, it must be a
standard plug suitable for the load and
the power outlet.
Replacement of the power cord:
If the power cord needs to be replaced, use
cables of the following type only:
H05 RR-F, H05V2V2-F(T-90)
Wire sections 3x1.5mm2
Terminal box
The oven is equipped with a terminal box set
up for operation with a single-phase 220-240
Vac 50 Hz supply voltage.
Picture of the open terminal box showing the
connected wires.
Connection to the mains power supply
Make sure the voltage matches that
indicated on the typeplate which can be
viewed by opening the oven door.
Check whether there is an omnipolar
switch available on the domestic line
which is compliant with current standards
(3 mm minimum opening distance
between contacts) and if it is able to
support the load of the appliance (see the
typeplate). Otherwise place a device,
easily reachable, between the appliance
and the electricity line with the described
specifications.
CAUTION: Check whether your
electrical system is equipped with an
efficient earth connection according to
current standards and legal provisions.
N.B. The earth connection is required by
law.
The yellow/green earth cable must not be
interrupted by the switch and must be 2-3
cm longer than the other cables.
Do not position the power cord near
sources of heat or at temperatures more
than 50° above the room temperature.
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Oven preparation and pre-use
N.B. Disconnect the oven from the mains power, or move the omnipolar switch to OFF, before
cleaning the oven.
Before using the oven, thoroughly clean the inside using a soft cloth or non-abrasive sponge
dampened with warm water and washing-up liquid. Insert the grill and drip pan in their respective
tracks.
Turn on the oven, see page 14 select the "Professional Cooking" function , see page 16 and set
the temperature to 230°C. Operate the oven empty for about 30 minutes in order to remove any
residues of manufacturing oil or grease which can produce unpleasant odours during cooking
.
Air the room during this operation.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF OVEN AND ACCESSORIES
To facilitate the cooking chamber cleaning operations, it is advisable to use the automatic
process described on page 35
Then it is advised to disconnect the appliance from the mains power supply.
Use a damp sponge to remove any residues from the chamber walls after each use.
Do not use steam cleaners to clean the oven.
Do not use coarse abrasive material such as scourers, metal scrapers or steel wool to clean
the glass of the oven door in order to avoid scratches that may cause the glass to shatter.
DO NOT WASH THE FOOD PROBE IN THE DISHWASHER.
The grill, pitcher and drip pan can be washed in the dishwasher.
Empty the water pitcher after each use for hygiene reasons.
After cooking, and when the oven has cooled sufficiently, use a soft cloth to dry any liquid
remaining on the bottom of the cooking chamber.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR CORRECT INSTALLATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Water tray capacity:
1.2 L.
Usable volume (cooking chamber): 27 L.
Gross volume (cooking chamber): 31 L.
Connection voltage:
Maximum pickup voltage:
220-240V
2.2 KW.
50Hz
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Oven dimensions
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DESCRIPTION OF THE OVEN AND ACCESSORIES
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2
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10
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3
5
8
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Control panel and data display
Pitcher compartment
Pitcher
Filter compartment
Filter cap
Food or temperature probe
Perforated drip pan
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9
10
11
12
13
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Drip pan
Grill
Handle
Door
Cooking chamber
Side grills
Food probe connector
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DESCRIPTION of the CONTROL PANEL
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2
8
5
3
4
6
7
Description of the keys
1. Keys for setting the cooking chamber temperatureand display area for the temperature
indication
( + to increase, - to decrease, min. 30°-max.230° * depending on the cycle selected, see
page 15 )
2. Keys for setting the food probe temperature and display area for the food probe temperature
indication
( + to increase, - to decrease, min. 30°-max.90°)
3. Keys for programming timed events and display area for timing indication
4. Keys for programming the alarm or setting the clock and display area for clock / alarm
indication
5. Cooking chamber light on / off key
6. Oven on / off key
7. Cooking function selection keys
8. Selection confirmation key
9. Keys for scrolling the menu items
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FIRST START-UP
When the oven is connected to the mains power supply for the first time, a wait message ( WAIT )
and some product identification information appear on the display.
Do not touch the keypad during this brief period.
N.B. It is normal that the Tangential Fan turns on and then shuts off after a few moments.
ENGLISH
When the following message appears: LANGUAGE
select the desired language by pressing one of the keys
Confirm the selection with key
(4)
(8)
Then set the clock using the keys
to reach the current time.
Confirm the setting by pressing key
(4) individually
(8)
HOW TO TURN THE OVEN ON
Press the key
(6) for at least 1 sec.
The writing <<ON>> appears on the display, the oven light turns on and then the following
message appears:
MENU
SELECT COOKING
N.B. Deactivate the keypad lock if it is active.
See section HOW TO DEACTIVATE THE KEYPAD LOCK page 33
the oven will turn off automatically, after 5 minutes, if no selection is made.
HOW TO TURN THE OVEN OFF
Press the key
(6).
The writing <<OFF>> appears on the display.
The oven will go into stand-by mode, see section oven off mode page 38
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COOKING CYCLES AVAILABLE
Function name
and symbol
Function description
Min-Max.
Chamber
temp.
T default
Food
probe T
default
During steam cooking, the steam coming from the boiler flows
STEAM COOKING into the cooking chamber.
40 100
The steam heats the cooking chamber and cooks the food.
This cooking mode is ideal for cooking any type of vegetables,
100
and it preserves the colour, taste and above all the organoleptic
properties of the food.
Steam and hot air contribute to heating the cooking chamber. The
REGENERATION heating of the food is thus quick and homogeneous, preventing it
from becoming dry.
60 130
The element that heats the air is the CIRCULAR heating element.
The radial fan distributes the heat uniformly.
110
This mode is suitable for heating previously cooked food
(leftovers), precooked food or frozen products.
Cooking carried out in several phases.
PROFESSIONAL
When started, in the first phase, the food is steam cooked.
COOKING
After an automatically determined period of time, the cooking
switches to the HOT AIR cooking mode.
This cooking system is ideal for rising any type of dough or for
100 230
cooking dough, bread or focaccia bread.
This type of cooking, however, cannot be performed several
205
times in a row, otherwise the results will be less than ideal.
The oven must be allowed to cool between two professional
cooking cycles. Only in this manner will the new steam phase be
carried out properly.
The air inside the cooking chamber is heated by the circular
HOT AIR
heating element located behind the rear wall of the appliance.
40 230
COOKING
The radial fan helps to move the air in a uniform manner. This
system, also known as ventilated cooking, cooks the food on
175
every side.
This cooking mode is equivalent to the hot air cooking mode
HOT AIR + STEAM described previously but also allows the possibility to produce
steam, at any time, in the cooking chamber by pressing the key
80 230
(8) . The production of steam in the cooking chamber is
automatically deactivated 10 minutes after its start, or it can be
175
deactivated even earlier, at any time, by pressing the key
(8)
again.
Ideal for cooking roasts.
Low-temperature cooking system for relatively long time
LOW
periods. Ideal for cooking meat, producing a tender and delicate
TEMPERATURE
meat dish.
60-100
The air inside the cooking chamber is heated by the circular
heating element located behind the rear wall of the appliance and
90
distributed uniformly thanks to the ventilation produced by the
radial fan. The cooking must be carried out using the food probe
supplied with the oven.
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70
70
70
70
70
70
HOW TO SELECT A COOKING FUNCTION
Press one of the two direction keys:
(7) to select the desired cooking cycle. See
function explanation in the table above. (cooking cycles available)
N.B. If no selection is made within 5 minutes, the oven will turn off automatically. See section oven
off mode page 38
USING A COOKING FUNCTION THAT INCLUDES STEAM
Fill the water container (pitcher) with distilled water or, if this is unavailable, drinking
water.
Fill the container up to the mark ( 1.2 L.). N.B. NEVER fill the pitcher completel
y,
otherwise the water pumped back into the pitcher at the end of the cooking cycle may
overflow.
Insert the pitcher into its seat.
Push the pitcher down completely to ensure a perfect seal between the tube located in the
pitcher and the hydraulic circuitinside the oven.
Always insert the NON-perforated drip pan under the perforated drip pan to collect the
condensation, juices or parts of food that may fall.
USING A COOKING FUNCTION THAT DOES NOT INCLUDE STEAM
When the oven is used with a cycle that does not include steam, the container may remain in its seat
without compromising the cooking result.
N.B.
In order for the STEAM REGENERATION or PROFESSIONAL cooking modes to
be carried out successfully, the oven must be allowed to cool sufficiently if it was
previously used for a similar cooking process
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HOW TO CHANGE THE COOKING CHAMBER TEMPERATURE
Press one of the two keys
(1) to change, with steps of +/-5°C, the preset temperature.
The cooking chamber temperature is always displayed on the left side of the lettert.
N.B. The degree symbol ° flashes during the oven preheating period until the set temperature is
achieved. Otherwise, it is always on in all the other cases, such as for example: temperature control, when
the oven is maintaining the temperature already achieved, and cooling, when the oven must reach a set
temperature lower than the starting value.
HOW TO START THE COO KING
The activation of the selected cooking function, with the sett ings shown on the display, occurs when
the selection is confirmed with key
(8).
The following message appears on the display: ACTIVATE CYCLE MENU
N.B. The oven turns off automatically after 5 minutes if the start of the cooking process is not
confirmed.
The phrase COOKING IN PROGRESS
is activated.
MENU will appear on the display when the cooking
Pressing the key
(9) accesses a menu which allows the user to perform semiautomatic cooking
settings or store the data of the cooking in progress. See sectionHOW TO PROGRAM THE
OVEN on page 18
HOW TO USE THE ALARM FUNCTION
Press one of the two keys
(4) to activate the function.
The symbol
begins to flash and the display shows the message:
ALARM and the digits 00.00 appear.
(4) individually to set the desired time.
Use the keys
The maximum time that can be set is 23 hours and 59 minutes.
After a few moments (5 sec.), the timer begins, the oven returns to displaying the current time and
the symbol remains constantly lit.
At the end of the set time period, a buzzer sounds and the following messagesi displayed:
ALARM
00.00 and the symbol
(the last two flashing).
Press any key to stop the buzzer.
Note: The buzzer is automatically deactivated after 5 minutes.
CAUTION:
The alarm function does NOT interact with the operation of the oven, and itsi always
available regardless of the oven state.
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HOW TO DISPLAY OR CHANGE THE ALARM STATUS
Press one of the two keys
(4) and the display immediately shows the information
regarding the time status of the alarm.
The symbol
begins to flash.
Press one of the two keys
(4) to set a new time for the alarm.
How to reset the alarm function
Press the keys
(4) simultaneously to reset the time previously programmed for this
function.
The symbol
will turn off.
HOW TO PROGRAM THE OVEN
HOW TO SET OR CHANGE THE COOKING TIME
Turn the oven on and select a cooking function.
Use the keys
(3) to set the cooking time.
The initial display of the time is set in mm.ss, then hh.mm.
(h=hours, m= minutes, s=seconds)
The maximum time that can be set is 10 hours.
Then activate the cooking, see sectionhow to start the cooking page 17
The time displayed begins to decrease, and when it reaches zero the oven will go into cooking
finished mode, see page 38
HOW TO CANCEL A COOKING TIME
Press the keys
(3) simultaneously to cancel the time previously programmed for this
function.
The cooking time is set to zero.
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HOW TO PROGRAM THE START AND STOP OF THE OVEN
Turn on the oven, select a cooking function and set the desired cooking temperature.
Use the keys
(3) to set the cooking time.
The maximum time that can be set is 10 hours.
(9), select the item END OF COOKING with key
Then press the key:
(8).
When the message SET TIME appears, use the keys
(3) to
set the END OF COOKING time, within the next 23 hours 59 minutes.
Confirm the setting with the key
(8).
The oven will go into delayed start mode. It will be automatically activated later for a set duration
and will stop at the programmed end of cooking time.
.. ..
A clear message: OVEN TO BE TURNED ON IN
at 15 sec. intervals will be displayed to show the time remaining before the oven is turned on.
It is possible, however, to recall the information on the display at any time by pressing one of the
two keys
(3)
HOW TO CANCEL AN OVEN START/STOP PROGRAM
Press the keys
(3) simultaneously to cancel the oven start/stop program.
The oven will automatically activate and display the message:COOKING IN PROGRESS
MENU
COOKING FINISHED MODE
The oven turns off all the heating elements.
The display shows the message: COOKING FINISHED accompanied by a buzzer signal.
The buzzer signal can be turned off by pressing any key.
Press the key
cooking cycle.
to turn off the oven or press one of the two keys
(7) to select a new
N.B. In steam cooking cycles, two minutes before the cooking time ends the steam discharge vent
opens in order to discharge as much steam as possible form the cooking chamber.
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COOKING WITH THE FOOD PROBE
The oven is supplied with an accessory shaped like a large pin inserted in a grip that ends with a
cable and a plug. The food probe connected to the electronics allows to measure the temperature
inside the meat or other food that is being cooked. This accessory simplifies the approach to the
various cooking cycles for those with little experience in the sector, obtaining consistent results
over time. The cooking finishes when the temperature inside
the food, measured by the probe, reaches the value set on
the display.
How to use the food probe.
Connect the food probe on the appropriate connector located inside the oven, on top of the left wall
(see fig. A). Insert the metal pin of the probe horizontally into the food to be cooked, up to the
handle. The point, if possible, must be placed in the centre of the food and must not touch a bone or
be inserted in any fatty parts of the food. A correct measurement can be obtained only by following
these instructions.
Turn on the oven, select a cooking function, set the food probe temperature and set the cooking
chamber temperature.
Fig. B
Fig. A
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HOW TO CHANGE THE FOOD PROBE TEMPERATURE
Press one of the two keys
(2) to change, with steps of +/-1°C, the food probe temperature.
Maximum temperature that can be set:
90°C
Minimum temperature that can be set:
30°C
The food probe temperature value is displayed with the following graphic symbol to the left:
Notes:
The chamber temperature must be higher than the food probe temperature. Otherwise, the
display of the chamber temperature will flash to indicate an incorrect setting.
It is not possible to set a cooking time using the food probe or vice versa.
USING THE FOOD PROBE AS A THERMOMETER
Press the two keys
(2) simultaneously and the probe temperature display will show the
instantaneous value measured by the probe.
The maximum and minimum temperature that can be measured is 250°C - 20°C.
HOW TO PROGRAM THE START OF THE OVEN USING THE FOOD PROBE
Connect the food probe to the appropriate connector (see fig. A, page20). Turn on the oven, select a
cooking function and set the desired cooking temperature.
(9) and select the item START COOKING with key
Then press the key:
(8).
When the message SET TIME appears, use the keys
(3) to
set the START COOKING time, within the next 23 hours 59 minutes.
Confirm the setting with the key
(8).
The oven will go into delayed start mode.It will activate automatically at the programmed time and
stop at the end of cooking, i.e., when the food temperature reaches the value set for the probe
temperature.
.. ..
A clear message: OVEN TO BE TURNED ON IN
at 15 sec. intervals will be displayed to show the time remaining before the oven is turned on.
It is possible, however, to recall the information on the display at any time by pressing one of the
two keys
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(3)
SAVING A COOKING CYCLE
The oven electronics offers the possibility to store your cooking settings in appropriate memory
areas. This information may be retrieved at a later time in order to cook with the same previous
settings, obtaining consistent and unfailing results.
The following can be stored in the memory:
cooking cycle
cooking chamber temperature
food probe temperature or alternatively cooking time
It is not possible to store:
Start cooking time
End of cooking time
HOW TO SAVE A COOKING CYCLE
After turning on the oven and carrying out all the necessary cooking settings,press key
(9) repeatedly until the following text appears:SAVE COOKING CYCLE
Press key:
(8) to confirm that you would like to save the data.
Select one of the 10 available records using the scrolling keys:
(9) or
Confirm the saving of the data in COOKING CYCLE NO. with key
When the data has been saved, the system responds with DONE
(8)
Notes:
It is advisable to write down the number of the cooking cycle along withthe name of the
dish for which it is used in a notebook. This will help in the future when you would like to
call up the cooking cycle to be used for this particular dish.
If the system does not display the writing "DONE", this means that all the available memory
records have been used. To save another cooking cycle, you must delete one or more
records. See section how to delete your own recipe page 29
Menu functions
Recipes
Settings
Exit
Recipes :. The system has a stored list of dishes (meat, bread/pizza, desserts, timbales, your own
recipes) that allows a quick setting of the oven (recommended parameters) based on the item
selected in order to obtain the correct cooking.
The following pages provide the tables and parameters of the food stored in the memory.
Settings: In this menu it is possible to carry out a series of settings that allow to personalize the
oven based on your own needs.
See the list on page 32
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HOW TO ADD STEAM IN THE HOT AIR + STEAM COOKING MODE
The hot air + steam cooking cycle allows the user to add steam at any time during the cooking. In
this manner the right degree of humidity inside the cooking chamber is reached or maintained in
order to obtain a more tender dish.
Once the cycle has been selected and activated, the following message appears at regular intervals:
PRESS
TO ADD STEAM
Pressing the key
(8) turns on the symbol:
that indicates activationof the steam generator.
After a few moments, steam will begin to flow into the cooking chamber. The steam is introduced
into the chamber at constant intervals separated by brief pauses for a maximum period of about 15
min. at the end of which the steam generator and the indicator
turn off.
The introduction of the steam can also be deactivated manually at any time with key
The message shown on the display PRESS
reminds the user of this possibility.
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(8) .
TO STOP STEAM preceded by a beep signal
HOW TO MOVE AROUND INSIDE THE MENU
Turn on the oven. When the following message is displayed:
MENU
SELECT COOKING
press the key:
(9) to display the first item in the list: RECIPES
To view the menu structure:
press the key:
(9) to scroll down the list
press the key:
(9) to scroll up the list
Press the key:
(8) to select the item shown
EXIT allows to return at any time to the initial item displayed when the oven was turned on.
Pressing the keys
simultaneously allows to go back to the previous item one step at a
time. (go back function <<< )
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MENU STRUCTURE FLOW-CHART
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BREAD/PIZZA recipe list
Dish:
Cooking
Food probe
chamber
temperature Cooking time
temperature
* °C
°C
Level
SAVOURY
FOCACCIA BREAD
220
00h.25
3
BREAD
220
00h.35
3
PIZZA
230
00h.25
3
Cooking
cycle
TIMBALES recipe list
Dish:
CANNELLONI
LASAGNE
ASPARAGUS
TIMBALE
POTATO TIMBALE
COURGETTE
TIMBALE
SAVOURY TART
Cooking
Food probe
chamber
temperature Cooking time
temperature
* °C
°C
190
01h.00
180
01h.20
Level
3
3
180
01h.10
3
180
01h.20
3
180
h
3
h
3
200
00 .40
00 .35
Cooking
cycle
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MENU STRUCTURE FLOW-CHART
5
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FISH recipe list
Dish:
MUSSELS AND
CLAMS
PLAICE FILLET
SCORPION FISH
FILLET
PRAWNS AND
FLAT LOBSTER
TROUT
Cooking
Food probe
chamber
temperature Cooking time
temperature
* °C
°C
100
00h.30
Level
Cooking
cycle
3
220
h
00 .10
3
80
00h.30
3
100
00h.30
3
100
00h.35
3
VEGETABLES recipe list
Dish:
ASPARAGUS
BROCCOLI
CARROTS
BRUSSELS
SPROUTS
CAULIFLOWER
SWISS CHARD
STALKS
GREEN BEANS
FENNEL
POTATOES
PEPPERS
LEEKS
RICE
CELERY
SPINACH
ZUCCHINI
Cooking
Food probe
chamber
temperature Cooking time
temperature
* °C
°C
100
00h.35
100
00h.30
100
00h.35
100
00h.35
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
00h.40
Level
3
3
3
3
h
3
3
00h.40
00h.40
00h.50
00h.25
00h.40
00h.35
00h.35
00h.20
00h.30
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
00 .35
Cooking
cycle
The cooking times have been determined for average sized dishes.
Cooking times may vary depending on the size of the dish.
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DESSERTS recipe list
Dish:
BISCUITS
YOGURT
BISCUITS
PLUM CAKE
SOUFFLES
APPLE PIE
SPONGE CAKE
Cooking
Food probe
chamber
temperature Cooking time
temperature
* °C
°C
150
00h.35
3
170
00h.15
3
170
200
170
170
h
3
3
3
3
01 .00
00h.35
01h.00
00h.40
Cooking
cycle
Level
NOTE:
The settings listed in the tables (temperature, cooking time) may be changed to create personalized
cooking better suited to your needs. New data can be entered to overwrite the data stored in the
memory by following the instructions provided below.
HOW TO PERSONALIZE THE RECIPE LIST
Select an item from the list and set the data according to your own needs. Remember that it is
possible to cook by time (cooking time) or with the food probe.
(9) repeatedly until the following text appears:SAVE
Activate the cooking, then press the key
COOKING CYCLE
Press key:
(8) to confirm and store the new settings.
The system displays DONE when the saving is finished.
HOW TO LOAD YOUR OWNRECIPE
Select menu and select the recipes item, with key
Scroll the items with key
(9) or key
Confirm the selection with key
(8).
(9) until the text YOUR OWN RECIPES is displayed.
(8)
When the following message appears: LOAD COOKING CYCLE press key
The system displays the recipes that have been stored.
Use the key
(9) or
(8)
(9) to select the desired cooking cycle.
Confirm the selection by pressing key
(8).
N.B. If the memory area is empty because no personalized recipes have been stored, the system
responds with EXIT.
HOW TO DELETE YOUR OWN RECIPE
Select menu and select the recipes item, with key
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(8).
Scroll the items with key
(9) or key
Confirm the selection with key
Use one of the two keys
DELETE COOKING CYCLE.
(9) until the text YOUR OWN RECIPES is displayed.
(8)
(9) to scroll the items until the following text is displayed:
Press key
(8) to enter the submenu.
Select the cooking cycle that you would like to delete, scrolling the items with one of the two keys
(9), and confirm the deletion with the key
(8).
When the cooking cycle has been deleted, the system responds withDONE
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PRACTICAL COOKING SUGGESTIONS
All cooking must be carried out with the door closed.
Always use completely dry oven gloves or pot holders to remove the hot dishes from the
oven.
Use containers able to withstand maximum temperatures of 250°C or higher.
During or at the end of the cooking phase, be careful of the hot air that escapes from the oven
when the door is opened.
Never rest the dishes directly in contact with the bottom of the oven. Use the appropriate
accessories.
ACCESSORIES
The accessories supplied with the oven increase
the number of cooking modes and possibilities.
The drip pan and grill accessories can be placed
on various levels of the slide guide located
inside the oven. This allows the user to set the
most suitable height (levels) depending on the
cooking to be carried out. See the recipe list on
page 26
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
Drip pan
Tray with raised edges used as a support surface for any single-level or bain-marie cooking
container.
Container for collecting juices or drippings of fat during the cooking process, used together with the
main grill or the perforated drip pan.When cooking fatty dishes, it is recommended to place a bit of
water in the drip pan to prevent the fat from burning and
producing unpleasant odours or smoke.
Support surface for the food (biscuits, etc.)
Grill
Used mainly as a support surface.
Recommended position: level 2 / 3 / 4
Perforated drip pan
Used mainly for steam cooking (fresh or frozen vegetables, fish).
Position the perforated drip pan on level 2 or 3 and immediately
insert the drip pan to collect the liquid released from the food.
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FOOD probe
See section COOKING WITH THE FOOD PROBEpage 20
N.B.
If the food probe temperature display is flashing with the value of 30°C, this means that the dish
selected from those listed in the recipe list lacks an ideal probe temperature value. In this case, it is
recommended to disconnect the food probe and cook according to the set mode or set a food probe
temperature best suited to your expectations.
HOW TO PERSONALIZE YOUR OVEN
Turn on the oven. When the following message is displayed:
MENU
SELECT COOKING
press the key:
(9) to display the first item in the list: RECIPES .
Press the key
(9) and confirm the selection SETTINGS with key
(8)
Move around inside the SETTINGS submenu using the procedures described in section how to
move around inside the menu on page 24.
To change the type of setting, press one of the two keys
(4).
(8).
The new setting must, of course, be confirmed with the enter key
The message DONE is displayed as confirmation of the new selection.
Use the MENU STRUCTURE diagram to help you become familiar with the items.
LANGUAGE: allows to set the display of the messages in the language best suited to the user.
Menu languages:
ENGLISH,
ITALIAN,
GERMAN,
FRENCH,
SPANISH
Use the keys
(4). to scroll the list items and key
(8) to confirm the desired language.
SETTING THE CLOCK
Move around in this submenu and select the item to be personalized using the procedures already
described. See section how to move around inside the menuhow to move around inside the menu
on page 24.
The variable parameters are displayed in flashing mode and can be changed using the keys
(4).
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SET TIME
Allows to set the current time.
Keep one of the two keys mentioned previously pressed down to scroll faster.
CLOCK DISPLAYED
If NO is selected, the current time is not displayed when the oven is off.
NIGHT MODE
Default setting = NO
If the setting is changed to YES, when the oven is off, during the time between 22.00 and 06.59.59
the clock digits are displayed with a low light intensity. During the remaining daytime hours, the
maximum intensity returns to ensure proper display in case of reflection.
SETTING KEYPAD LOCK:
This option allows to select the mode in which the keypad ock
l is set: manual or automatic. It is
recommended to select the automatic mode (YES), especially if there are children present.
AUTOMATIC KEYPAD LOCK YES
The keys are locked automatically when the keypad remains inactive for 1 minute.
AUTOMATIC KEYPAD LOCK NO
The keypad lock is activated by simultaneously pressing the key on the far left
and the key on
the far right
In both cases, when the keypad lock is activated the display shows the message: KEYPAD LOCK
ACTIVATED followed, if the oven is off, by the key symbol
function is activated.
to remind the user that the
If the keypad lock is activated manually or automatically during a cooking process, the display,
after the message: KEYPAD LOCK ACTIVATED , returns to displaying the cooking
information. If someone attempts to perform new settings, the system responds to pressure on any
key with a message that reminds the user to deactivate the protection first.
See the next section.
HOW TO DEACTIVATE THE KEYPAD LOCK
If the key symbol
UNLOCK KEYS
is shown on the display, or the following message appears:
The two arrows on the sides pointing downwards remind the user of the key combination)
Press simultaneously the key on the far left
and the key on the far right
The message : KEYPAD LOCK DEACTIVATED confirms that the appliance's normal control
functions have been restored.
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KEYPAD LOCK DETAILS
The key
The key
allows to turn on / off the light in the cooking chamber regardless of the oven state.
allows to turn the oven off.
BUZZER
Allows to select one of the 3 levels (low, medium, high) for the intensity of the buzzer that sounds
during a warning. Default setting: MEDIUM
LIGHTING
Allows to select the criteria for turning off the light once it has been urned
t
on.
Select NO for the item: LIGHT OFF AUTOMATICALLY to use the manual mode. Once the light
has been turned on, it must always be turned off by pressing the appropriate key
again.
The automatic function (YES) allows the electronics ot turn the light off automatically 5 minutes
after it was turned on.
WATER HARDNESS
The water hardness basically expresses the quantity of magnesium and calcium salts present in the
water. The hardness is generally expressed in French degrees (°fH).
The oven is equipped with an automatic system that determines the appropriate moment to perform
a boiler descaling cycle.
Remember that it is advisable to use distilled water in order to reduce the formation of scale.
There are three adjustment ranges for thewater hardness.
French degrees ( °fH) / German degrees (°dH) equivalence table
WATER HARDNESS °dH
WATER HARDNESS °fH
16-35° fH AVERAGE WATER
0-8° dH AVERAGE WATER
0-15° fH VERY SOFT WATER
9-20° dH VERY SOFT WATER
36-50° fH VERY HARD WATER
21-28° dH VERY HARD WATER
The default system is positioned on the average value (line1 in the table).
To change the setting, see page 32 , select water hardness, press the confirmation key
To enter into the option and then use one of the two keys
Once the selection has been made, confirm with key
(8).
(4).
(8).
See also the section: BOILER DESCALING on page35
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START CLEANING CYCLE
Menu items:
COOKING CHAMBER
BOILER DESCALING
COOKING CHAMBER
The purpose is to facilitate the removal of any residue of food, grease, etc. after a cooking process.
The oven fills the cooking chamber with a certain quantity of steam for a fixed period oftime (10
min.).
Activate the cooking chamber cleaning cycle with key
on the display.
(8) and follow the instructions provided
When the cycle is finished and the following message appears:
COOKING CHAMBER CLEANING CYCLE COMPLETE USE A CL
OTH TO REMOVE
DIRT
use a soft cloth or non-abrasive sponge dampened with water to clean the oven. Do not use
corrosive substances or liquids, do not use iron or pointed utensils.
BOILER DESCALING
This is a particular cleaning cycle suitable for removingthe scale inside the boiler.
Depending on the water hardness, a certain quantity of scale forms inside the boiler or steam
generator that increases with the hardness of the water. See the section WATER HARDNESS on
page 34
It is recommended that the descaling be performed as soon as the following warning message is
displayed: DESCALING CYCLE RECOMMENDED FOR BOILER
CAUTION: THE CYCLE HAS A FIXED DURATION OF 12 HOURS. THUS, IT IS
ADVISABLE TO PERFORM THE CYCLE DURING THE NIGHT.
Suitable descaler:
It is recommended that CITRIC ACID MONOHYDRATE be used, which can be found at any
ordinary pharmacy.
Follow the safety and dosing instructions. Do not use vinegar or vinegar-based products.
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INSTRUCTIONS for boiler descaling process:
Dosing: fill the pitcher with water up to the 0.6 L mark , add 5 teaspoons of citric acid monohydrate
and dissolve.
Insert the pitcher in the appropriate seat and start the descaling process with key
(8).
The appliance will display the time remaining until the end of the descaling process.
When finished, a boiler wash and rinsing process will be carried out. See the section Boiler wash
Boiler wash
When finished, the system performs a boiler wash cycle and empties the dirty water into the pitcher.
It will then be necessary to assist the appliance which will guide you step by step through the
operations to be carried out.
In summary, the necessary operations will be to empty the contents of the pitcher, rinse and fill the
pitcher with clean water. This operation will have to be repeated several times.
Water may drip from the filter container. Dry and clean with a cloth or small sponge.
Pay attention to the white gaskets; make sure that they are present on the inner part of the filter
container, otherwise position them correctly as shown below.
Filter container
Cap
Filter
2 Gaskets
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RESET SETTINGS
This function is used to reset the system in case of problems.
Caution: All the system variables are returned to the original values and your own recipesare
deleted.
Select the item : RESET SETTINGS with key
the display.
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(8) and follow the instructions provided on
OVEN OFF MODE
All the heating elements are deactivated, including the fan inside the cooking chamber and the light.
The cooling fan and the fan located inside the cooking chamber deactivate a few minutes after the
oven is turned off in order to allow rapid cooling of the oven. (Maximum cooling time: 20 min.)
The keypad is deactivated except for the on/off key
17 )
and the ALARM function keys. (see page
COOKING FINISHED MODE
The control unit sounds a buzzer and deactivates all the heating elements, including the fan inside
the cooking chamber and the light.
The display shows the message: COOKING FINISHED
Press any key to stop the buzzer, cancel the message and return the system to the ON
conditions.
Or press the On/Off key to turn the oven off. (see oven off mode)
Otherwise the oven will turn off automatically after5 minutes.
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WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF AN ANOMALY
PROBLEM
The oven does not work.
SOLUTION
Check whether the omnipolar switch or any
residual-current circuit breaker (cut-out) of the
electrical system is off. In case of problems with the
electrical system, consult a qualified electrician. If
the oven still does not work after resetting the
omnipolar switch and/or residual-current circuit
breaker, contact an Authorized Service Centre.
The light inside the cooking chamber does
See the instructions on how to change the oven light
not turn on.
bulb on page 42
The display shows Err and a number.
This combination indicates a failure.
See the error codes table on page40
The system requires the time to be set.
Probable electricity failure (Black-out). Set the
current time. See page 14 or page 32
The draining of the water from the boiler
For safety reasons the water from the boiler is
occurs a long time after the end of a cooking pumped away only when the temperature has
process.
dropped below 90°C.
The time necessary for the water to cool determines
the pause before the draining starts.
(this may last up to 20 min.)
During this time, another cooking process can be
started.
Steam comes out of the oven during
Check whether the door is closed correctly.
operation.
Check whether the seal is damaged with cracks, etc.
In the second case, contact an Authorized Service
Centre.
The system displays a food probe temperature Check the seal of the food probe connector cap
during operation without the food probe
inside the cooking chamber. If the cap is unstable, it
connected.
must be replaced.
Contact an Authorized Service Centre.
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF A BLACK-OUT
In the case of a black-out, when the electricity is restored it may be necessary to reset the
current time.
The stored settings or recipes are not lost.
If the black-out occurs during a cooking process, the process cannot continue.
If a descaling or boiler cleaning process was in progress before the black-out, the process is
aborted. When the electricity is restored, it will be necessary to drain the solution of water
and citric acid monohydrate contained in the boiler. Follow the instructions shown on the
display of the appliance. See the section Boiler wash page 36
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ERROR CODES TABLE
The electronic system continually performs a series of diagnostic tests. If some parameters are
incorrect, the control unit deactivates the functions and displays an error code (Err followed by
three numerical digits); all the heating elements are turned off, including the fan inside the cooking
chamber. The cooling fan remains on.
Take note of the error code and contact an Authorized Service Centre, specifying the error code.
Error Code
Err 001
Err
002
Err
003
Err
004
Err
005
Err
006
Err
007
Err
008
Err
009
Cause
BOILER overheat
The causes of this alarm are:
The fill pump does not pour the water from
the pitcher to the boiler.
The causes may be:
a empty pitcher
b a leak in the hydraulic circuit
c broken pump
d electronic failure in the power circuit
(relay or relay control)
Boiler protection alarm.
The system de-energizes the GEN. relay
in advance, and thus all the loads
connected to it.
- Replace the power card
Power card overheat: threshold value
>=85°
PT1000 cooking chamber sensor
Cause: interruption or short circuit of the
sensor or cables.
- Replace the PT1000
Food sensor
Cause: interruption or short circuit of the
sensor or cables.
- Check the electrical connections.
- Replace the food probe.
Boiler thermocouple failure Cause: open
circuit or short to earth.
- Replace the BOILER.
Cooking chamber steam presence
thermocouple failure Cause: open circuit
or short to earth.
- Replace the TC1.
Cooking chamber overheat
- Replace the power card
Failure of the ntc sensor on the power
card Cause: open circuit or short.
- Replace the power card
SOLUTION
Check that there is water in the
pitcher.
Turn the oven off and on again.
If the failure repeats, take note of
the error code and contact an
Authorized Service Centre,
specifying the error code.
Take note of the error code and
contact an Authorized Service
Centre, specifying the code.
Check whether the oven is
embedded in the furniture
according to the instructions in this
handbook.
Check whether the tangential fan is
operating correctly.
Contact an Authorized Service
Centre, specifying the code.
Contact an Authorized Service
Centre, specifying the code.
Contact an Authorized Service
Centre, specifying the code.
Contact an Authorized Service
Centre, specifying the code.
Contact an Authorized Service
Centre, specifying the code.
Contact an Authorized Service
Centre, specifying the code.
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HOW TO DISASSEMBLE THE SIDE GRILLS
1. Unscrew (turning anti-clockwise) the front knurled nuts (D).
2. Extract, one at a time, the side grills (G).
D
G
D
HOW TO REASSEMBLE THE SIDE GRILLS
Insert the support grills one at a time. (G)
Pay attention to the index on the grill. This must be inserted on the rear knurled nut inside the
cooking chamber.
Screw on the knurled nuts (D).
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HOW TO CHANGE THE OVEN LIGHT BULB
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply or place the omnipolar switch in the OFF position.
Check that the oven is at room temperature, otherwise wait for it to cool.
The oven light bulb must have the following characteristics:
Supply voltage 220-240 V (50/60 Hz)
power 25 W.
Rubber seal
Base type: E-14
Maximum operating temperature 300°C
Instruction for changing the light bulb:
1. Unscrew the knurled nut of the left-side support
grill, see the previous page.
2. Extract the support grill.
3. Unscrew the 4 cross screws located on the
corners of the glass support (see drawingto the
side).
frame
glass
4. Place the frame, with glass and seal to protect the lamp,
on a support surface.
5. Unscrew the burnt-out bulb.
6. Insert and screw in the new light bulb.
7. Reassemble the frame assembly with glass and
seal.
8. Screw in the 4 screws.
9. Reassemble the side grill.
10. Screw on the knurled nut of the side grill.
11. Reconnect power.
HOW TO CHANGE THE COOKING CHAMBER SEAL
The seal located around the cooking chamber must be replaced if it has any cracks.
For safety reasons, the seal must be changed by anAuthorized Service Centre technician.
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HOW TO DISASSEMBLE THE OVEN DOOR
1. Open the oven door completely.
2. Locate the hinges (C) , see the
drawing to the side:
C
3. Tip back the brackets (A) on the two
hinges (C).
A
4. Grip the door on the two sides and close it slowly halfway, the brackets (A) will hook onto
the door of the appliance.
5. Lift the door upwards.
6. Extract the door by rotating the lower part backwards. The brackets must come out of their
seats. See the drawing below.
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HOW TO REASSEMBLE THE OVEN DOOR
1. Insert the two brackets into the appropriate openings,
keeping the door semi-closed.
2. Open the door completely.
3. Tip over the two hinges (C) moving them forward.
OVEN DETAILS
Touch-Control Keypad
This is a particular type of keypad which is touch-sensitive. To give a command to the oven, it is
enough to indicate and apply light pressure on the point of the keypad where the symbol
corresponding to the instruction is located.
Keypad command inactivity
After 5 minutes without confirmation of a cooking cycle activation or without confirmation of an
option, the oven turns off automatically.
Beep Signal
A brief acoustic signal is emitted every time a key is pressed.
Cooling fan
The oven is equipped with a cooling fan to ensure proper operation and reduce the temperature of
the external surfaces of the oven.
The fan is always active during the cooking process, and it is possible to feel the jet of air that
comes out between the front panel and the door of the ove n.
Golden colour of the cooking chamber
After a certain period of oven use, the cooking chamber takes on a golden colouring. This colouring
of the stainless steel, due to natural causes, has no effect at all on the cooking characteristics.
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SYSTEM WARNINGS:
The meaning of some warning messages.
CHECK THAT THERE IS WATER IN THE PITCHER
Generally 1L. of water in the pitcher is sufficient for a steam cooking process, nevertheless the
message in question may be displayed for two reasons:
The water in the pitcher has finished.
The pitcher is not inserted completely in its seat.
Open the oven door in both cases, being careful of any steam that may come out.
Add max.1L. of distilled or drinking water, if necessary. (N.B. NEVER fill the pitcher
completely, otherwise the water pumped by the steam generator back into the pitcher, at the
end of the cooking cycle, may overflow from the container.)
Insert the pitcher into its seat.
Push the pitcher down completely to ensure a perfect seal between the tube located inhe
t
pitcher and the hydraulic circuit inside the oven.
INSERT THE PITCHER
This message is displayed when the system must drain the water contained inside the boiler but the
pitcher is not present in the appropriate seat.
CONNECT FOOD PROBE
This message is displayed upon selection of the low temperature cooking cycle or a personalized
recipe which requires use of the food probe, and only if the latter is not already connected on the
appropriate connector.
DISCONNECT FOOD PROBE
This message is displayed if the setting of the selected recipe does not require the food probe and
only if the latter is connected.
CLOSE THE DOOR
This message is displayed to indicate that the selected process or the process previously in progress
can start only when the door is properly closed.
The door-open condition determines the interruption of a cooking process or steam controlled
cycles.
BOILER EMPTYING
WAIT
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DISPOSAL
Packaging
The parts of the oven packaging (cardboard, EPS expanded pol ystyrene, PE plastic bags)
should be disposed of in compliance with environmental regulations and using appropriate
separated collection channels.
Oven:
Disconnect the oven from the outlet or, in case of fixed installations, contact an authorized
electrician to request uninstallation.
Before scrapping the appliance, make it unusable by cutting the power cord.
This appliance is marked in compliance with European Directive 2002/96/EC, Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By making sure that thi s product is properly disposed of, the user
contributes to preventing potential environmental and health damage.
The symbol
on the product, or on the documentation that goes with it, indicates that this
product must not be considered as domestic waste.It must instead be turned over to suitable
collection centres for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
Dispose of it in accordance with local standards for waste disposal.
For further information on the treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, contact the proper
local authority, the domestic waste collection service or the retailer where the product was
purchased.
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