Operating instructions OP8651
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Multi-function pyrolytic oven
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instructions before using the machine.
OP8651
Contents
Recommendations
Your oven, how it works
Accessories
Child safety
Setting the date and time on the
oven
When switching on the appliance
Changing the time on the clock
and the date
Cooking a dish
Using the various cooking modes
The “Individual” function
Cooking without selecting the
cooking time
Cooking with a cooking time
selected
WHEN THE COOKING IS
FINISHED:
Cooking without selecting the
cooking time:
Cooking with a cooking time
selected:
“Individual” features guide
The “Coach” function
List of dishes from the "Coach
guide"
The "Auto" function
How the"Auto" function operates:
The "Delayed start" function:
The “Auto” function guide
Handy Hints and Tips
Accessing the various cooker
settings
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The Cleaning function
When to clean by pyrolysis?
Carrying out the pyrolysis cleaning
of your oven
Pyromax
Pyrocontrol
The end of the pyrolysis cleaning
cycle
Cleaning the outer surfaces
Cleaning the door (model WITH
PYROLYSIS function)
Locking the oven controls
Troubleshooting
Installer's information
Connecting up
Housing
General maintenance
Changing the light bulb
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Recommendations
Important:
Keep this user guide with your appliance. If the
appliance is ever sold or transferred to another
person, ensure that the new owner receives the user
guide. Please become familiar with these
recommendations before installing and using your
oven. They were written for your safety and the
safety of others.
• This oven was designed for use by private
individuals in their homes. It is intended solely for
cooking foodstuffs. This oven does not contain
any asbestos-based components.
• Please make sure children do not play with the
appliance.
• When you receive the appliance, unpack it or
have it unpacked immediately. Give it an overall
inspection. Make note of any concerns or
reservations on the delivery slip and make sure
to keep a copy of this form.
• Your appliance is intended for standard
household use. Do not use it for commercial or
industrial purposes or for any other purpose than
that for which it was designed.
• Do not modify or attempt to modify any of the
characteristics of this appliance. This would be
dangerous to your safety.
• WARNING: accessible parts may be hot when
in use. It is advisable to keep small children away
from the apppliance.
• Never pull your appliance by the door handle.
• Before using your oven for the first time, heat it
while empty for approximately 15 minutes. Make
sure that the room is sufficiently ventilated. You
may notice a particular odour, or a small release
of smoke. All of this is normal.
• WARNING: accessible parts may become hot
when the grill is used. It is advisable to keep
children away from the apppliance.
• When in use, the appliance becomes hot. Be
careful not to touch the heating elements located
inside the oven.
• When placing dishes inside or removing them
from the oven, do not place your hands close to
the upper heating elements and use
heat-protective kitchen gloves.
• During pyrolysis, the exposed surfaces become
hotter than during normal use. It is advisable to
keep small children away from the oven.
• Before beginning a pyrolysis cleaning cycle in
your oven, remove all parts of your grids, trays
and accessories and remove major spill residue.
During pyrolysis, exposed surfaces become
hotter than during normal use. It is advisable to
keep small children away from the oven.
• At the end of cooking, do not pick up oven or grill
items (grid, rotisserie,...) with your bare hands.
• Never place aluminium foil directly in contact with
the floor of the oven (see the chapter on oven
description), as accumulated heat may cause
deterioration of the enamel.
• Do not place heavy weights on the oven door
when open, and make sure that children cannot
climb or sit on it.
• The oven must be turned off when cleaning inside
the oven.
• This appliance is not intended to be used by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental abilities, or persons
lacking experience or awareness, unless using
it with the help of a person reponsible for their
safety, or under supervision and with prior
instruction in its use.
• In addition to the accessories supplied with your
oven, only use dishes capable of withstanding
high temperatures (follow the manufacturer’s
instructions).
• After using your oven, make sure that all the
controls are in their stop position.
• Do not use your oven as a larder or to store any
items after use.
• Never use steam or high-pressure devices to
clean the oven (electrical safety requirement).
• For your safety your oven is equipped with an
AUTOMATIC STOP should you inadvertently
forget to turn off your oven. After 10 hours'
operation, the AS (Automatic Stop) function is
activated and your oven stops heating. AS is
displayed in place of the time and a series of 2
successive pips is sounded for a certain time.
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Your oven, how it works
Oven features
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Programme selector
Light
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Rail positions
Door-open detector plate
Your oven, how it works
The oven programmer
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Oven features
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Using for the first time
Selection touch control
Switch off the oven or your programme
Return to the previous level
Information Display
Validation touch control
Lock the Keypad
Before you use your oven for the first time, leave
it empty and, with the door closed, turn it on to
maximum temperature and let it heat up for 15
minutes. This "runs the oven in". During this time
there may be some smell from the mineral wool
that insulates the oven and there could be some
smoke.
This is perfectly normal.
List of symbols:
Key
Programmig
Lock
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Pyrolysis
odour Control
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Accessories
BACK
Anti-tip safety shelf
Food can either be placed on the shelf in a dish or
cake tin for cooking or browning. This should be used
for grilled meat (which should be placed directly on
it).
FRONT
Multi-purpose baking tray (reserved
for pastries)
This tray has a raised edge and can be used for
baking pastries (buns, meringues, small cakes, flaky
pastries, etc).
Inserted in the runners under the shelf, it catches the
cooking juices and fat from grilled meat. It can also
be used half-filled with water as a double boiler.
Joints should not be cooked in this tray uncovered
because fat could spit all over the oven sides.
Multi-purpose baking tray (dripping
pan)
This is used to catch the cooking juices and fat from
cooking carried out in the high grill or pulsed grill
settings. It can also be used as a cooking dish for
suitably sized joints (for example: a chicken surrounded by vegetables, at medium temperature). Inserted
under the shelf,this pan catches cooking juices and
fat from grilled food. It can also be used half filled
with water as a double boiler.
Dish extracting support
Thanks to this system, you can slide out your
enamelled dish all the way and easily access your
preparations during cooking. Remove from the oven
before starting pyrolytic cleaning.
Important information
• Never cover the inside of the oven with aluminium foil in order to cut down on cleaning. This
can lead to overheating, which can damage the
enamel interior of your oven.
• After cooking, do not pick up the oven accessories (shelf, spit, dripping pan, spit cradle etc.)
with your bare hands.
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Accessories
Child safety
Safety activation
• Open the door.
• Press the switch on the panel until the system
is engaged and then close the door.
Safety deactivation
• Open the door and press the switch on the
panel.
Open with safety engaged
• Press the lever and then open the door.
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Setting the date and time on the oven
When switching on the appliance
The oven displays the following screen.
Press < or > until you reach the box to be adjusted
and confirm with OK.
Then enter the desired information and press
again OK to confirm this.
(2)
(3)
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(4)
Analogue
(1)
Date display (1).
Time display (2).
Display in 12 hour or 24 hour mode (3).
Display the time (4) as:
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Analogue clock
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15:30
or
Digital clock
• Press OK to confirm.
• Press to return
to the main mode.
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Changing the time on the clock and
the date
Press on < or > until you reach the "Adjustment"
box, then press on OK. The "Clock" screen
appears, press OK again to access the time
information screen then proceed as you would
when switching on the appliance.
Cooking a dish
The oven allows you to access three different
types of programme concerning the cooking of
your recipe:
• For a recipe with which you are fully familiar
(you choose your own cooking cycle, the
temperature and cooking time): choose the
"Individual" function.
• For a recipe for which you need help from the
oven (you simply choose the type of food to
be cooked as well as its weight, and the oven
automatically chooses the settings best suited
to cooking it for you, including the temperature,
the cooking time and the cooking cycle):
choose the
"Coach" function.
• For a recipe managed automatically by the
oven: you can choose the dish you wish to
cook from a list of 12 of the most popular
dishes (the temperature, cooking time and
cooking cycle are set automatically by the
oven): choose the "Auto" function.
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Using the various cooking modes
The “Individual” function
The “Individual” function enables you to set all of
the cooking settings by yourself including
temperature, cooking cycle and
Press OK. Select “Individual” function with
< or >.
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Standard
(4)
(5)
(2)
-- : --
Save
(3)
-- : --
OK
Select the box (1) by pressing < or >. Confirm with
OK, and the box will startflashing. Choose the
desired temperatureby pressing < or > and
confirm with OK.
Individual
Press again OK to select the type of
cooking from among the following list by
pressing < or > :
• Fan
• Fan assisted base
• Pizza/Combined heat Grill Double grill
• Top/bottom heat
• Top/bottom heat ECO
• Keep warm
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(1)
In the grill position select the "grill power" box. Set
the desired grill power (from 1 to 4) using < or >
and confirm with OK.
The cooking time and the cooking end
time
You can enter You
thecancooking
time
your
enter the cooking
time forfor
your dish
Confirm your choice by pressing OK.
Example
Fan
4
by selecting the box
.
Standard
30 : 00
Save
12 : 30
OK
Press < or > in order to make this box flash, then
enter the cooking time by pressing < or > and
confirm withyou
OK. When
youthe
adjust
the cooking
adjust
cooking
time,
time, the cooking end time (box
changes accordingly.
) automatically
The oven will then ask you to enter the other
cooking information.
Standard
The temperature
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According to the cooking cycle that you
have selected, the oven will recommend
the ideal cooking temperature. This can be
modified as follows:
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Save
: 00
OK
the co
Using the various cooking modes
The
program
You can change this cooking
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want
you end
want
different. In
this
case,memory
If you would like to store the programme
it to be different. In this case, select the box
that you have just created into the oven
and proceed in the same manner as for the
memory, then access this box and press
adjustment of the cooking time. When you have
OK:
chosen your cooking end time, press OK to
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will put itself
into standby
mode(the
n will Your
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into
standby
confirm.
symbol
on the display) until the cooking starts
(end time - cooking time).
Individual
NB
You can choose not to select the cooking time.
In this case, leave the cooking time and cooking
end time boxes empty and go directly to OK.
Confirm to start cooking. The oven can be turned
off by pressing twice on the STOP button when
you consider that your dish has cooked
sufficiently.
The "Auto grill" option
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You can access the "Auto grill" function by
selecting the "standard" box and pressing
OK.
Auto grill
Save
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-- : --
.
OK
This function enables you to complete the cooking
cycle by a browning for the last five minutes of the
cooking time. This function is shown by the grill
on the screen flashing as it starts up, five minutes
before the end of the cooking cycle.
The MEMORIES function enables you to
memorise three cooking modes that you have
tried out using the “Individual” function. Using the
memories, you will no longer need to always enter
the same information. When cooking the same
dish with the same quantity of ingredients, you
will always obtain the same results.
If you would like to store the programme that you
have just defined into the memory, access this
box and press OK.
The screen then proposes recording the
information in an empty memory or replacing one
of the other memories with the new information.
• After cooking, and before using the oven
again, it is possible to enter the
information from the last cooking session
in the memory. Even after having tasted
your dish, it still isn't too late to record
the cooking mode used!
Instructions:
• Select the "program memory”
• Press OK.
• Select "Last dish cooked" with < or >.
NB
"Auto grill" can be used with the following
cooking modes: fan, fan assited base,
pizza/combined heat, top/bottom heat.
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Using the various cooking modes
• The screen will then show you:
either an empty memory,
200 C
20 min
Last prog. used
OK
The screen displays the last settings used for the
last the
dishlast
cooked.
for
dish cooked.
or a full memory
200 C
200 C
20 min
Replace
20 min
15:30
OK
• Confirm.
• Press OK.
• Press OK to confirm the settings.
• Select "Save".
•
•
•
•
200 C
Auto grill
20 min
Save
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OK
Press OK.
Access the "Memories" option.
Press OK.
Select the memory number (1, 2 or 3)
Setting
stored
Starting cooking
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- Access the "Memories" and select your
settings stored. Press OK to start cooking.
200 C
20 min
15:30
Memory 1
• Press OK.
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OK
As soon as you have confirmed your choice , your
cooking programme either starts immediately or
switches over to standby if you have set the
cooking end time for later.
When cooking starts, the following screen is
displayed and informs you that it is in booster
Using the various cooking modes
mode. You can track the changes in oven
temperature as the arrowed scale progresses.
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WHEN THE COOKING IS FINISHED:
Cooking without selecting the
cooking time:
Turn off the oven when the cooking is complete
by pressing STOP.
120 C
200 C
The current oven temperature is shown on the
left, and the required temperature on the right.
As soon as this temperature has been reached,
the oven changes over to cooking mode and the
following screen is then displayed:
Confirm that you wish to stop the cooking by
pressing OK.
Cooking with a cooking time
selected:
The oven automatically turns off, emits a sound
for two minutes and tells you that it is ready.
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Cooking without selecting the
cooking time
1. The temperature inside the oven
2. The time
3. The cooking cycle chosen (animated).
Cooking with a cooking time
selected
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
It is ready !
Press OK to stop the beeping.
The temperature
The time
The cooking cycle chosen (animated).
The cooking time.
The remaining cooking time (flashing)
The cooking end time
(3)
(1)
(2)
(4)
(5)
(6)
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Using the various cooking modes
“Individual” features guide
Symbol
Feature
Fan
A heater element at the back of the oven
and the fan help cook the food
Fan assisted base
Cooking controlled by the bottom element
combined with a slight dose of the grill and
the fan.
*
Pizza/Combined heat
Cooking is carried out by the lower and upper elements at the bottom of the oven, and
by the air circulation device.
Grill
Cooking is done alternately by the top element and by the fan.
Double grill
The food is cooked by the upper element.
Top/bottom heat
Food is cooked by a top and bottom element. No fan.
*
Top/bottom heat ECO
Food is cooked by a top and bottom element.
Description
Oven rapidly reaches the selected temperature. Some dishes can start off in the cold
oven.
Cooking heat from the bottom with a small
amount of heat from the top.
Place the grid on the lowest shelf support.
Three associated heat sources: lots of heat
at the bottom of the oven, a small amount
of circulating heat and a slight grill effect.
This mode combines the effects of the turbine and the grill. The grill directs infrared
energy at the food and the air movement
created by the turbine enhances this effect.
The double grill covers the entire surface of
the oven shelf.
Pre-heating needed to reach the required
temperature.
This is an energy-saving programme that
still produces good results.
The ECO feature is used to label the oven.
No fan.
Keep warm
Stays warm.
Heat regulated by the upper and lower elements with use of fan.
* Cooking methods referred to in the advertisement about energy labelling in accordance with European
Standard EN50304 and the European Directive 2002/40/EC.
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Using the various cooking modes
Recommandations
Cº Recom’d
Recommended to prevent meat drying out, and for cooking veget- min.
ables and fish and food placed on up to 3 shelves.
35°C
recom’d
max.
180°C
235°C
Recommended for moist dishes (quiches, juicy fruit tarts, etc...). The min.
crust will be thoroughly cooked on the bottom. Recommended for
35°C
dishes that rise (cakes, brioche, kugelhopf...) and for soufflés that will
not be hampered by a crust formed on the top.
recom’d
max.
205°C
275°C
Recommended for juicy quiches, pies and fruit tarts.
min.
recom’d
max.
35°C
205°C
275°C
min
recom’d
max.
NB. All food is cooked without preheating the oven
180°C 200°C
230°C
min.
recom’d
max.
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4
4
recom’d
max.
225°C
275°C
Recommended for food requiring slow, careful cooking such as
min.
game and braising joints. Ideal for sealing red meat joints and sim- 35°C
mering lidded casseroles whose contents have been partially cooked
on the hob first.
recom’d
max.
200°C
275°C
Recommended for leaving breads to rise (keeping temperature below min.
40ºC), keeping dishes warm and thawing food.
35°C
recom’d
max.
80°C
100°C
Recommended for grilling chops, sausages, and large prawns
and for making toast.
Recommended for sealing red and white meat and cooking it through min.
and through.
35°C
Also for gently cooking poultry up to 2kg.
When in use the oven gets hot.
Do not touch any heating element inside the oven. Young children should be kept well away.
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Using the various cooking modes
The “Coach” function
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The “Coach Guide” function selects cooking
information for you based on the dish to be
prepared and its weight.
Chicken
duck
Press < or > to select "Coach" and confirm
with OK.
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goose
Once you have selected your dish, the oven
Coach
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asks you to enter its weight (the box
) or
the material that your dish is made out of
(aluminium, porcelain, etc.) in the case of
cakes, quiches, tarts and vegetables, or the size
of the foodstuff (brioche).
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The oven offers a choice of 6 food
categories: press < or > to see each
category appear.:
• White meat poultry
• Meat
• Fish
• Light meals
• Cakes
• Tarts / pudding
2
.
Enter the weight or the material. The oven
automatically makes the necessary calculations
and will display the ideal cooking time. If you wish,
you can modify the cooking end time by selecting
the cooking end time by selecti
the (“
”) box and displaying the new cooking
end time.
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min
.
Standard
White meat poultry
Once you have made your choice, confirm this
by pressing OK.
Next, you should choose the specific dish
to be prepared, and confirm your choise by
pressing OK again.
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As soon as you press OK to confirm, the oven
recommends the oven shelf level on which you
should put your dish.
Put your dish in the oven at the shelf level
recommended (from 1 at the bottom to 5 at
the top).
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Using the various cooking modes
Cooking terrine:
Place the terrine dish in a double boiler (a dish
which is larger than the terrine dish and filled up
to half its height with boiling water).
Level 1
Confirm, by pressing OK. The oven starts
up.
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The oven emits a sound and turns off when
the cooking time is up and your screen then
shows you that the dish is ready.
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List of dishes Recipes
from the
"Coach
Guide"
• Chicken
White meat
• Duck
poultry
• Goose
• Pheasant
• Pork roast
• Turkey
• Veal roast
Meat
•
•
•
•
•
Med. beef roast
Lamb roast
Lasagne
Steak kidney pie
Yorkshire pudding
Fish
•
•
•
•
•
•
Fish pate
Fish pie
Kedgeree
Plaice
Trout
Whole salmon
Light Meals
•
•
•
•
•
•
Casserole
Gratin dauphinois
Jacket potatoes
Moussaka
Quiche Lorraine
Stuffed pepper
Cakes
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Choux pastry
Meringues
Rich fruit cake
Semi-rich cake
Short bread
Small cakes
Victoria sandwich
It is ready !
List of dishes from the "Coach
guide"
All cooking is carried out WITHOUT preheating
the oven.
Cooking red meat:
• Lamb - saddle
• Lamb - leg
• Roast beef (medium cooked)
• Roast beef (rare).
Cooking is carried out using the GRILL element.
You should place the meat on the shelf part of the
shelf and drip pan assembly (without using the
dish). You should turn the meat when it is half
cooked.
Cooking cakes and tarts:
Choice of cake tin:
Aluminium: coloured non-stick tins, flexible
silicone tins which are well adapted to moist
dough (quiches or fruit tarts).
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Using the various cooking modes
List of dishes Recipes
from the
"Coach
Guide"
Tarts/pudding • Bread butter
• Cheese cake
• Cheese souffle
• Fruit crumble
• Fruit pie
• Fruit plate tart
• Rice pudding
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Chicken
Lamb
Fish
Vegetables
Sweet tarts
Cakes
Cookies
Souffle
Example: Pizza
The "Auto" function
The “Auto” function completely facilitates cooking
for you. It automatically calculates all the cooking
details according to the dish selected
(temperature, cooking time, cooking cycle)
through the use of electronic sensors located in
the oven which constantly measure the level of
humidity and variations in temperature.
How the"Auto" function operates:
This cooking mode cooks in two phases:
Pizza
POULET
PIZZA
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• Once the dish has been selected, confirm
this by pressing OK.
• Put your dish in the oven, on the oven shelf
level requested.
an "information gathering" phase when the oven
starts heating in order to determine the ideal
cooking time. This phase lasts between 5 and 40
minutes according to the dish.
1. Press on < or > to select “Auto” and confirm
with OK.
Level 1
15:30
OK
• Confirm by pressing OK to start cooking.
Auto
NB
2. The oven offers a choice of 12 dishes: press
< or > to see each dish appear.
• Pizza
• Savoury tarts
• Roast beef
• Pork roast
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No preheating is necessary when using the
“Auto” function. The cooking cycle must
IMPERATIVELY start with a cold oven. You
should wait until the oven is completely cold
before cooking something else.
IMPORTANT
Do not open the door during this phase as this will
spoil the calculation and recording of cooking
information.
Using the various cooking modes
This "information gathering" phase is indicated
by rotating arrows.
indicated
by rotating arrows.
The "Delayed start" function:
To program a "delayed start" for your cooking,
Select the clock
Level 1
• The second phase of cooking. The oven has
worked out the time needed and displays this
as well as the cooking end time. The remaining
cooking time displayed takes account of the
cooking time from the first phase. You can now
open the door, for example to baste roast meat.
• The oven turns off when the cooking time is up
and your screen tells you that the dish is ready.
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It is ready !
18:30
OK
and change the cooking
end time
NOTE
If you wish to carry out a second cooking
session using “Auto”, you must wait until the
oven has cooled completely. However, you can
still use the “Individual” function even with a
warm oven.
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Using the various cooking modes
The “Auto” function guide
Pizza
•
•
•
•
Savoury
tarts
• Fresh tarts
• Frozen tarts
• Frozen paniers
• Use a non-adhesive aluminium baking tin: the dough will be crusty underneath.
• Remove the container from frozen
quiches before placing them on the
shelf.
Roast Beef
• Roast (left very pink in the
middle)
• Place the beef on the shelf (in
the shelf/dripping pan assembly).
• Remove the roast from the refrigerator a minimum of one hour before you
start cooking:
• You will obtain a rare cooked roast.
If you prefer your meat well cooked,
use a traditional cooking function.
• Remove as much of the bard as
possible as this can cause smoking.
• At the end of the cooking session,
leave the roast to stand for 7 to 10
min (with the meat wrapped in a
sheet of aluminium foil) before slicing
it.
Freshly made pizza
Pizza base ready for use
Home-made pizza
Frozen pizza
You can turn it over when the
rotating arrows have been replaced by a time.
Pork Roast
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• Pork roasts:
- Loin
- Fillet
• Place it on the shelf to obtain a crusty
pizza base (you can place a sheet of
cooking paper between the shelf and
the pizza to protect the oven from
splashes of cheese).
• Place it on a baking tray to obtain a
soft base.
• Remove the meat from the refrigerator a minimum of one hour before
starting cooking. The colder the meat
is, the colder it will be after cooking.
• Use an earthenware dish. Add 1 to
2 tablespoonfuls of water.
• At the end of the cooking session,
leave the joint to stand for 7 to 10 min
(with the meat wrapped in a sheet of
aluminium foil) before slicing it. The
meat can be salted after cooking.
Using the various cooking modes
Chicken
• Chicken weighing 1 to
1.700kg
• Duckling, pheasant etc
• Cooking on the spit: don't forget to
place the dripping pan on the first
level to catch all the fat.
• Cooking in a dish: you should use
earthenware dishes to avoid spattering.
• Pierce the skin of poultry to avoid
spitting.
Lamb
• Leg of lamb: 1 to 2.5kg
• Place on the shelf (in the
shelf/dripping pan assembly).
• Remove the meat from the refrigerator a minimum of one hour before
cooking:
• Choose a round and plump leg of
lamb rather than one which is long
and bony. Use an earthenware dish.
• Allow the meat to stand after cooking
with the leg of lamb wrapped in a
sheet of aluminium paper.
Fish
• Whole fish
(Bream, cod, trout, mackerel,
etc)
• Fish roast
• This function should only be used for
whole fish, cooked with herbs and
white wine. (Grilled fish or fish
cooked in tinfoil require the oven to
be preheated).
Vegetables
• Stuffed tomatoes, peppers,
etc
• Lasagne (fresh or frozen)
• Cottage pie, etc.
• Take care to adapt the size of your
dish to the quantity to be cooked in
order to avoid the juices from overflowing.
Sweet tarts
• Fresh tarts
• Frozen tarts
• Use a non-stick aluminium flan tin:
the pastry:
• The pastry on the bottom will be
crisper.
Cakes
• Family cakes (sweet or savoury), Pound cake
• Pre-packaged cake mixes
• Cakes prepared in a cake tin (round
or square)… and always placed on
the oven shelf.
• It is possible to cook two cakes in tins
side-by-side.
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Using the various cooking modes
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Cookies
• Individual biscuits and pastry
snacks: cookies, almond
cakes, croissants, bread rolls,
packaged oven-ready currant
buns, cheese on toast
• Individual biscuits and pastry snacks
on the pastry tray. Place on the oven
shelf. Choux pastry should be
cooked as per "Cakes" for the best
results.
Soufflé
• Use a tall cake tin with
straight sides (diameter
21cm)
• Coat the tin with butter and do not
touch the inside of the tin with your
fingers or the soufflé will not rise.
Using the various cooking modes
Handy Hints and Tips
Pizza
To ovoid having cheese and tomato sauce
dripping in the oven, place the pizza on a sheet
of baking parchment directly on the shelf.
Flans / Quiches
Do not pierce the leg of lamb with garlic cloves or
else it will lose its blood. Instead, slide the garlic
in between the flesh and the bone or cook the
cloves of garlic next to the leg of lamb and crush
them at the end of cooking to flavour the sauce.
This should be sieved and serve hot in a sauce
boat.
Metal trays are better than glass or porcelain,
which are often too thick and food takes longer to
cook. Metal also gives a crisper finish to the
pastry.
When cooking fruit tarts, to prevent the juice
soaking into the pastry and leaving it soggy,
sprinkle the base with some semolina, crushed
biscuits, grounds almonds or tapioca to absorb
the excess.
When cooking savoury flans with vegetables
containing a high-water content (leaks, spinch
broccoli or tomatoes) or frozen, sprinkle with a
tablespoon of cornflour.
Fish
Check when buying that the fish has a pleasant
smell and if it is a sea fish, with a faint salty tang.
The fish should be firm and solid and the scales
well attached to the skin. The eyes should be
shiny and raised and the gills bright and moist.
Beef / Pork / Lamb
Always remove meat from the fridge well in
advance of cooking. The sudden change in
temperature from cold to hot can toughen meat.
Ideally beef should be well browned on the
outside, red in the middle but hot throu ghout. Do
not sprinkle with salt before cooking as this draws
out the blood and dries out the meat. Try to turn
meat using spoons rather than a fork to keep the
juice in the meat. Always leave the cooked roast
for 5 to 15 minutes after cooking to recover. Wrap
it in kitchen foil and leave in the open warm oven.
During this time, the juices can soak back into the
meat.
Use earthenware dishes to roast joints; glass ones
tend to make the meat spit. Do not use the enamel
grill tray for roasting.
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Accessing the various cooker settings
Press < or > until you reach the "Adjustment"
screen.
Bip on
Settings
Bip off
Adjustment of the screen contrast
and standby
Confirm your choice by pressing OK. You can
access the following settings:
• Clock (see paragraph “setting the date and
time on the oven”)
• Sound
• Display
• Odour control
• Consumption
• Language
Select this box to put the display on standby
(saves energy) when it is not being used and to
adjust the contrast of the display.
Display
Adjusting the sound emitted when
using the touch buttons
If you wish, you can cancel the beeps made by
the cooker whenever you confirm your choices
(when you press the buttons).
Increase or decrease the contrast with
< or >.
Contrast
Sound
Timed
To do this, enter this option and choose Beep on
(active) or Beep off (silent). Confirm by pressing
OK.
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Accessing the various cooker settings
Adjusting the Odour control
You can activate or deactivate the “Odour control”
function (the filtering of fat and odours during
cooking).
When baking cakes and pastries for example,
turning off “Odour control” makes it possible to
allow the delicious aromas to circulate. The
If you have a contract with your electricity supplier
which includes off-peak or economy hours, you
can enter the corresponding off-peak times and
view details of your consumption during
peak/off-peak hours.
To enter or modify data, confirm by pressing OK
then enter the times for each period.
you that the “Odour control” function
symbol
appears on the display to show you
that the “Odour control” function is active.
End time of the "off-peak hours"
Start of the "off-peak hours"
Off-peak hours
ODOUR CONTROL
Period 1
Odour control OFF
You can enter up to three different periods
Non active
Adjusting the electricity
consumption
By accessing this screen, you have the possibility
to consult the electricity consumption for your
oven since it was last reset.
Note
If you have entered periods of off-peak hours,
the oven will automatically propose starting its
pyrolysis cleaning cycle at the closest off-peak
time.
Note
If you would like to carry the pyrolysis cleaning
of your oven immediately, you need to cancel
the programming of off-peak hours.
Consumption
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Accessing the various cooker settings
Adjusting the language
By selecting this screen, you can choose the
language used to communicate with your oven.
Language
7 languages are accessible:
• Swedish
• Danish
• Norwegian
• Finnish
• Russian
• English
• Dutch
English
Svenska
Dutch
The “Minute minder” function
This option enables you to use the automatic timer
function.
This function can be accessed without needing
to use the oven in either cooking or pyrolysis
mode.
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Minute
Minder
Enter the time required.
The automatic timer counts down the time after
you confirm your choice by pressing on OK and
rings the end of cooking.
The Cleaning function
As a safety measure, once the temperature is
higher than normal use the door automatically
locks. You cannot unlock it even by turning the
pyrolysis feature off.
Cleaning
When to clean by pyrolysis?
your the
oven,screen
the screen
displaysthe
the symbol
On yourOn
oven,
displays
.
This oven is equipped with a pyrolysis cleaning
function:
• Pyrolysis is a cleaning method during which
the oven is heated to a high temperature to
remove debris and splatter caused by spitting
and dripping food. The smoke and smells that
this produces are removed as the air passes
through a catalyst.
• It is not necessary to run the pyrolysis feature
after every use of the oven, simply when the
oven is dirty.
Your oven is equipped with a system that
indicates when it needs cleaning, and which can
be checked in the "Cleaning" option. But when
the oven is dirty, a reminder is automatically
displayed on the oven screen.
If your oven smokes when the pre-heat feature is
on or if there is a lot of smoke during a cooking
cycle run the pyrolysis cycle.
You can also use this feature if there is an
unpleasant smell of cooking when the oven is
cold.
Note
Do not wait until the oven is coated in dirt before
cleaning it.
Thursday
19
September
Food with little spattering Biscuits, vegetables, cakes quiches, You do not need to use pyrolysis feature
soufflés
Food that spatters
Meat, fish (in an open dish) stuffed Use the pyrolysis feature after 3 oven
vegetables
uses
Food that spits badly
Large pieces of meat on the spit
If a lot of spitting occurs, run the pyrolysis feature afterwards.
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The Cleaning function
Carrying out the pyrolysis cleaning
of your oven
Select "Cleaning" in the main menu. Your oven
indicates the level of soiling within the oven cavity
and proposes two cleaning modes:
Pyromax
• Pyromax is a pyrolysis system with a preset
cleaning duration. It lasts for two hours and
ensures intense and thorough cleaning of the
oven cavity.
Pyromax and Pyrocontrol.
Pyromax
2 Hours
Degree of staining
Pyromax
PYROCONTROL
Choose the one which you feel is best suited:
To delay the start time, select the end time and
modify this by entering the desired pyrolysis
end time.
NB
if you have entered details of off-peak and
peak hours, (please see the Adjustment
function) your oven will recommend cleaning
during off-peak hours to save energy.
However, you can change this
recommendation by modifying the cleaning
end time and starting your pyrolysis cleaning
cycle immediately if you wish.
Confirm your choice by pressing OK.
The cleaning cycle starts. Your screen shows:
16:45
(1)
(5)
2:00
(2)
-
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17:30
(3)
(4)
the time (1)
the total duration (2)
the remaining time (3)
the pyrolysis end time (4)
the locking status of the door (5)
The Cleaning function
Pyrocontrol
• is a system which enables the oven to
automatically calculate the cleaning time
according to the level of soiling, making it
possible to save energy with a pyrolysis
cleaning time adapted to your real needs. If
you would like to delay the start time, select
the end time and modify this by entering the
desired pyrolysis end time.
The end of the pyrolysis cleaning
cycle
Your oven tells you when the pyrolysis cleaning
cycle is over.
Cooling in progress
PYROCONTROL
As soon as the door unlocks, your oven indicates
that the cleaning cycle is complete.
Confirm your choice by pressing OK.
At the start of the cycle, the oven begins by
calculating the length of the pyrolysis cleaning
cycle according to the degree of soiling. This
phase lasts for several minutes and is indicated
by the rotating arrows on the screen (1).
The screen shows:
(4)
(5)
16:15
(1)
(2)
(3)
- The rotating arrows (1)
- The length of time remaining (2)
- The scheduled pyrolysis cleaning end time
(3)
- The time (4)
- The door lock status (5)
Cleaning
finished!
Simply remove the burnt residue from the oven
cavity using a damp sponge.
Cleaning the outer surfaces
To clean both the electronic programmer window
and the oven door, use a window washing product
applied to a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive
creams or scouring sponges.
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The Cleaning function
Cleaning the door (model WITH
PYROLYSIS function)
Disassembling the door
CLIC
Warning
CLIC
Before removing the glass, allow the appliance
to cool down.
Open the door completely and block it open
using the two red stops. They are supplied
with your machine in the plastic pack.
1
Clean the glass using a soft sponge and
washing-up liquid.
3
Do not immerse the glass in water. Do not
use abrasive creams or scouring sponges.
Rinse with clean water and dry off with a lint-free
cloth.
Warning
Do not use abrasive cleaning products or hard
metallic scrapers for cleaning the oven’s glass
door, as they could scuff the surface and cause
the glass to shatter.
Remove the first attached window as
follows:
2
Insert the two red stops in the A slots
designed for this.
If necessary, remove the door’s inner
composed of one or two sheets of glass
(depending on model), each of which has
a black rubber corner pad.
4
L
A
R
A
Lever these parts to release the glass.
After cleaning, reposition the four rubber
pads, taking care to follow the indications
on the glass:
5
* top left: L
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The Cleaning function
* top right: R
Place your inner glass assembly in the door
so that L and R are located on the hinge
side.
• If your oven is equipped with a single
inner sheet of glass, it must be located
as close as possible to the clipped glass.
6
Clip in your last glass sheet by placing the
indication “PYROLYSIS” so that it faces
you.
7
CLAC
CLAC
Remove the red plastic stops.
8
Your appliance is operational again.
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Locking the oven controls
Child safety
Note
It is possible to prevent access to the oven
controls by proceeding as follows:
You cannot lock the oven if you have already
programmed a cooking cycle.
With the oven turned off, press
several
seconds. A "key" lights up at the bottom of the
screen indicating that the access to the oven
controls is now blocked.
To unlock, press any button, select the "Unlock"
box and confirm your choice by pressing OK.
The controls on your oven are now accessible
once again.
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Troubleshooting
What if…
IF YOU REALIZE THAT
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
The oven isn't heating. • The oven isn't connected to the power Connect to power supply.
supply.
Change the fuse, checking that it is
• The fuse has blown.
16A.
• The temperature selected is too low.
Increase the temperature selected.
The lock symbol is
flashing on and off.
The door lock is faulty.
The light inside the oven The lamp is unusable.
isn't working.
The oven isn't connected to the power
Cleaning by pyrolysis
has not occurred.
Contact the After-Sales Service.
Change the bulb.
supply or the fuse has blown.
Connect to power supply or change
fuse.
The door is not shut properly.
Check the door is properly closed
The door-locking system is faulty.
Contact the After-Sales Service.
The temperature sensor is faulty.
Contact the After-Sales Service.
The plate that detects when the door is Contact the After-Sales Service.
shut is faulty.
Your oven makes a
beeping noise
During cooking.
When cooking is complete.
The temperature of your choice has
been reached.
Your programmed cooking cycle is
complete.
Your oven is displaying When you press the buttons.
a
.
The cooker controls are locked (child
safety).
Normal operation.
To stop this, press on the button
and choose "Unlock".
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Installer's information
Connecting up
If the power cable is damaged, it should be
replaced by the manufacturer, its after-sales
service department or a similarly qualified person
to avoid danger.We cannot be held responsible
for any accident resulting from inexistent,
defective or incorrect earthing.
As a specialist, you alone are competent to install
and connect up ASKO appliances. Our guarantee
therefore applies only and exclusively to
appliances which have been installed and
connected up by you in accordance with the
provisions of current regulations.
If the electrical installation in your residence
requires any changes in order to hook up your
appliance, contact a professional electrician.
Failure to meet this requirement would incur the
fitter's liability and release the ASKO company
from any liability.
If the oven malfunctions in any way, unplug the
appliance or remove the fuse
The appliance must be fitted correctly to
guarantee electrical safety. During fitting and
maintenance operations, the appliance must be
unplugged from the electrical grid.
corresponding to the sector where the oven is
hooked up.
Single-phase 20A Meter
Fuses must be switched off or removed.
Single-phase line
The electrical connections are made before the
appliance is installed in its housing. Ensure that:
• the electrical installation has sufficient voltage,
• the electrical wires are in good condition,
• the diameter of the wires complies with the
installation requirements.
Electrical outlet 2 poles + ear standard CEI 60083
Single-phase 20A
Meter 220-240V~ 50Hz
Electrical outlet 2
poles + earth
standard CEI
60083
Your oven must be connected with a (standard)
power cable with 3 conductors of 1.5mm2 (1 live
+ 1 neutral + earth) whichmust be connected to
a 220-240V~ single-phase grid by means of a 1
live + 1 neutral + earth CEI 60083 standard power
socket or via an all-poles cut-off device in
compliance with the installation rules.
220-240 V~ Singlephase line
16A fuse or differential
circuit breaker
Thewire
safety (green-yellow)
wire (green-yellow) is connected
to
he safety
is connected
Warning
the appliance’s
terminal and must be
connected
to the earth
terminal
of the electrical
onnected
to the
earth
terminal
of
set-up.
You must enable the appliance to be
disconnected from the supply network after
installation.
Disconnection can be enabled by ensuring that
there is an accessible power plug or by
incorporating a switch into the fixed wiring in
compliance with the installation rules.
The fuse in your set-up must be 16 amperes.
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the
Power supply cable length
1.50m approx.
Housing
NB
The oven may be housed either under a work
surface or built into a column that is open* or
closed with a suitable opening.
Your oven works at its best and produces
excellent results when cooking and cleaning itself,
if its air circulation is not compromised:
Installer's information
• The oven must be centred in the unit so
that there is a minimum distance of 5 mm
between it and the surrounding unit.
• The housing unit or its outer surface
must be capable of withstanding heat.
• To ensure the oven rests firmly in the
housing, screw it to the housing unit
using the holes on the side uprights
provided (see diagram).
Cutout 50x50
Fixation crew
position
To do this:
Remove the rubber stoppers masking the
fixing holes.
1
2
3
To prevent the housing unit splintering, drill
two holes 3 mm in diameter in the wall of
the housing unit opposite the fixing holes.
Attach the oven using the two screws.
Conceal the hole using the rubber stoppers.
(These also help to cushion the closing of
the oven door).
(*) If the housing unit is open at the back,
the gap must not be more than 70mm.
Fixation
crew position
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General maintenance
Leave the oven to cool down before cleaning it
manually.
Protective shade
In general, don't use any type of scouring
powder or metal-backed sponge, or any sharp
objects for cleaning.
1
2
3
Changing the light bulb
• The bulb is located in the top of the oven.
Unscrew the protective shade (see
diagram).
Pull the bulb out. The bulb used is a:
• 25 W
• 220-240 V
• 300°C
Change the bulb, replace the shade and
switch your oven back on at the mains.
Bulb fitting
Warning
Switch off the power at the main switch
before attempting to change the bulb. Leave the
oven to cool if necessary.
Unscrew
Protective shade
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