V-Zug CSTMSLQ60 Microwave Oven User

Operating instructions
Combi-Steam MSLQ
Combi-steam cooker
Thank you for choosing to buy one of our products. Your appliance is made to
high standards and is easy to use. Nevertheless, please take the time to read
these operating instructions in order to familiarise yourself with the appliance
and get the best use out of it.
Please follow the safety precautions.
Modifications
Text, diagrams and data correspond to the technical standard of the appliance
at the time these operating instructions went to press. The right to make technical modifications for the purpose of the further development of the appliance
is reserved.
Validity
The product family (model number) corresponds to the first alphanumerics on
the identification plate. These operating instructions apply to:
Type
Product family
Size system
CSTMSLQ
23014
55-762
CSTMSLQ60
23015
60-600
Variations depending on the model are noted in the text.
Colour operating instructions can be downloaded from the internet from
www.vzug.com.
© V-ZUG Ltd, CH-6301 Zug, 2016
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Table of contents
1 Safety precautions
7
1.1
Symbols used ............................................................................................. 7
1.2
General safety precautions ...................................................................... 8
1.3
Appliance-specific safety precautions ................................................... 9
1.4
Instructions for use ................................................................................. 11
2 Disposal
15
3 Using for the first time
16
4 Appliance description
18
4.1
Construction ............................................................................................. 18
4.2
Operating and display elements .......................................................... 19
4.3
Cooking space......................................................................................... 20
4.4
Accessories.............................................................................................. 21
4.5
Heatable appliance drawer ................................................................... 24
4.6
Plate warmer ............................................................................................ 25
5 Operating modes
26
5.1
Overview of operating modes............................................................... 26
5.2
Steam ........................................................................................................ 26
5.3
Top/Bottom heat ..................................................................................... 27
5.4
Hot air ........................................................................................................ 27
5.5
Hot air with steaming.............................................................................. 28
5.6
PowerSteam ............................................................................................. 29
5.7
PowerRegeneration................................................................................. 29
5.8
Microwave................................................................................................. 30
5.9
Regeneration............................................................................................ 31
5.10 PizzaPlus ................................................................................................... 31
5.11 Grill............................................................................................................. 32
5.12 Grill-forced convection ........................................................................... 32
5.13 Top/Bottom heat humid......................................................................... 33
5.14 Hot air humid ........................................................................................... 33
5.15 Bottom heat.............................................................................................. 34
5.16 Fast heating.............................................................................................. 34
5.17 Combi mode / PowerPlus ..................................................................... 35
6 Using the appliance
37
6.1
Filling the water tank............................................................................... 38
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6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
Selecting and starting the operating mode........................................ 38
Checking and changing the settings................................................... 40
Setting a duration .................................................................................... 40
Setting a delayed start / end time ....................................................... 40
Food probe temperature........................................................................ 42
Cancelling / ending the operating mode before time...................... 43
Changing the operating mode.............................................................. 43
Timer.......................................................................................................... 44
End of operation...................................................................................... 45
Switching the appliance off ................................................................... 47
Emptying the water tank ........................................................................ 48
7 Microwave
49
7.1
Note on use.............................................................................................. 49
7.2
Tips for microwave mode ...................................................................... 50
7.3
Microwave operation .............................................................................. 50
8 GourmetGuide
51
8.1
Recipe book ............................................................................................. 51
8.2
Own recipes ............................................................................................. 54
8.3
BakeOmatic.............................................................................................. 58
8.4
Professional baking ................................................................................ 60
8.5
Soft roasting ............................................................................................. 61
8.6
RegenerateOmatic .................................................................................. 66
8.7
Defrosting ................................................................................................. 68
8.8
Wellness *................................................................................................. 68
8.9
Hygiene * .................................................................................................. 70
8.10 Keep warm * ............................................................................................ 70
9 EasyCook
71
9.1
Overview of food groups ....................................................................... 71
9.2
Selecting foods and starting ................................................................. 72
10 Favourites
73
10.1 Creating favourites .................................................................................. 73
10.2 Selecting and starting favourites .......................................................... 73
10.3 Changing favourites................................................................................ 74
10.4 Deleting favourites .................................................................................. 74
11 Tips and tricks
75
11.1 Unsatisfactory cooking result................................................................ 75
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11.2
11.3
General tips .............................................................................................. 76
Saving energy .......................................................................................... 77
12 User settings
78
12.1 Overview of user settings ...................................................................... 78
12.2 Adjusting user settings........................................................................... 78
12.3 Language .................................................................................................. 79
12.4 Display....................................................................................................... 79
12.5 Date............................................................................................................ 79
12.6 Clock.......................................................................................................... 80
12.7 Notifications.............................................................................................. 81
12.8 Descaling the appliance ........................................................................ 81
12.9 Water hardness ....................................................................................... 81
12.10 Volume ...................................................................................................... 81
12.11 Assistance functions............................................................................... 82
12.12 Temperature ............................................................................................. 82
12.13 Childproof lock ........................................................................................ 83
12.14 V-ZUG Home ............................................................................................ 83
12.15 Appliance information............................................................................. 83
12.16 Demo mode ............................................................................................. 84
12.17 Factory settings ....................................................................................... 84
13 Care and maintenance
85
13.1 Cleaning the exterior .............................................................................. 85
13.2 Cleaning the cooking space ................................................................. 86
13.3 Cleaning the appliance door................................................................. 87
13.4 Cleaning the door seal........................................................................... 87
13.5 Replacing the door seal......................................................................... 87
13.6 Replacing the halogen light bulb ......................................................... 87
13.7 Cleaning the accessories and shelf guides....................................... 88
13.8 Descaling .................................................................................................. 89
14 Trouble-shooting
93
14.1 What to do if … ........................................................................................ 93
14.2 After a power failure ............................................................................... 98
15 Accessories and spare parts
100
15.1 Accessories............................................................................................ 100
15.2 Special accessories.............................................................................. 101
15.3 Spare parts ............................................................................................. 101
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16 Technical data
102
16.1 Note for testing institutes ..................................................................... 102
16.2 Temperature measurement ................................................................. 102
16.3 Product data sheet................................................................................ 103
16.4 Automatic energy-saving stand-by ..................................................... 104
16.5 Reference to «Open Source» licence................................................ 104
17 Index
106
18 Notes
109
19 Service & Support
111
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Safety precautions
1.1
Symbols used
Denotes important safety precautions.
Failure to observe said precautions can result in injury or in damage to the appliance or fittings!
Information and precautions that should be observed.
Information on disposal
Information about the operating instructions
▸ Indicates step-by-step instructions.
– Describes how the appliance reacts to the steps taken.
▪ Indicates a list.
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1 Safety precautions
1.2
General safety precautions
▪ Read the operating instructions before using the appliance for
the first time!
▪ This appliance can be used by children aged 8 and above
and by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and/or knowledge, provided
they are supervised or have been instructed on the safe use
of the appliance and have understood the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be undertaken by children without supervision.
▪ If an appliance is not equipped with a mains cable and a plug
or other means for disconnecting from the mains with a contact opening on each pole complying with the conditions of
overvoltage category III for full isolation, an isolating device
must be incorporated into the permanently installed electrical
installation in accordance with the installation regulations.
▪ If the mains cable of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its Customer Services or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid hazard.
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1 Safety precautions
1.3
Appliance-specific safety precautions
▪ READ THE IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS CAREFULLY
AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE USE.
▪ WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts get hot
during use. Be careful not to touch the heating elements. Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the appliance unless they are constantly supervised.
▪ WARNING: Accessible parts can get hot during use. Keep
young children away from the appliance.
▪ This appliance is intended for use in the home and similar settings such as: in staff kitchens in shops, offices and other
commercial establishments; in agricultural establishments; by
guests in hotels, motels and other accommodation establishments; in bed and breakfast establishments.
▪ A heatable appliance drawer and its contents get hot.
▪ Do not use aggressive or abrasive cleaning agents or sharp
metal scrapers for cleaning the glass in the oven door as they
could scratch the surface. This can destroy the glass.
▪ For appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning: Excessive soiling
and any and all accessories (tableware, baking trays, runners,
shelf guides) must be removed before carrying out pyrolytic
self-cleaning.
▪ Only use the food probe recommended for this oven.
▪ Under no circumstances use a steam cleaner to clean this appliance.
▪ WARNING: Before replacing the light bulb, ensure the appliance is switched off and disconnected from the mains power
supply to avoid possible electric shock.
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1 Safety precautions
▪ See the 'Accessories' section for the proper use of insertable
parts.
▪ WARNING: Children should only use the appliance in the
combined operating mode under adult supervision due to the
temperatures generated.
▪ WARNING: In the event that the door or door seals are damaged, the appliance must not be used until it has been repaired by a qualified competent person.
▪ WARNING: It is hazardous for anyone other than a qualified
competent person to carry out any service or repair operation
which involves the removal of a cover which gives protection
against exposure to microwave energy.
▪ WARNING: Never heat food or liquids in sealed containers
such as cans or bottles as they are liable to explode due to
overpressure.
▪ Only use containers that are suitable for use with microwave
appliances.
▪ The appliance must be constantly monitored when heating up
foodstuffs in containers made from plastic or paper, as they
could ignite.
▪ If smoke is observed, switch off or unplug the appliance and
keep the appliance door closed in order to stifle any flames.
▪ The contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars must be
stirred or shaken and the temperature must to be checked
before consumption in order to avoid burns and scalds.
▪ The microwave appliance is intended for heating up food and
beverages. Desiccating food, drying clothing or heating warming pads, slippers, sponges, damp cleaning cloths and the
like can result in injury, ignition or fire.
▪ Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed eruptive boiling (super boiling), therefore care must be taken when
handling the container.
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1 Safety precautions
▪ Eggs in their shell or whole hard-boiled eggs should not be
heated in microwave appliances since they may explode,
even after microwave heating has ended.
▪ Keep the appliance and the door seals clean. Remove any
soiling as soon as possible. Otherwise the appliance or the
door seal could become damaged adversely affecting the life
of the appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
For detailed information on cleaning the door seals, the cooking space and the adjacent parts, see the «Care and maintenance» section.
1.4
Instructions for use
Before using for the first time
▪ The appliance must be installed and connected to the electricity supply in
accordance with the separate installation instructions. Have a qualified fitter/
electrician carry out the necessary work.
Correct use
▪ The appliance is designed for use in the home for preparing food. Under no
circumstances flambé or cook food using a lot of fat in the cooking space!
No liability is assumed for any damage caused by improper use or incorrect
handling.
▪ Never use the appliance to dry animals, textiles or paper, etc.
▪ Do not use the appliance as a room heater.
▪ The appliance should only be installed and operated at an ambient temperature of 5 °C to 35 °C. If frost develops, residual water left in the pumps
could freeze and cause damage.
▪ Any repairs, modifications or manipulations to the appliance, especially any
electrically live parts, may only be carried out by the manufacturer, its Customer Services or a similarly qualified person. Repairs if carried out incorrectly may cause serious injury, damage to the appliance and fittings, as
well as affect the functioning of the appliance. If the appliance is not working properly or in case of a repair order, follow the instructions given in the
«Service & Support» section. Please contact our Customer Services if necessary.
▪ Use original spare parts only.
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1 Safety precautions
▪ Retain these operating instructions for future reference.
▪ The appliance corresponds to recognised technology standards and the relevant safety regulations. Proper use of the appliance is essential to avoid
damage and accidents. Please therefore follow the precautions given in
these operating instructions.
Note on use
▪ Use the childproof locking facility.
▪ If the appliance is visibly damaged, do not use it. Contact our Customer
Services.
▪ If the appliance is not operating properly, disconnect it from the power supply immediately.
▪ Ensure there are no foreign bodies or pets in the cooking space before
closing the appliance door.
▪ Objects that could pose a danger if the appliance were accidentally
switched on should not be stored in the cooking space or the heatable appliance drawer. Do not store food or any temperature-sensitive or inflammable materials, e.g. cleaning agents, oven sprays, etc., in the cooking
space or the heatable appliance drawer.
▪ For appliances with grill: Leave the appliance door closed when grilling. The
heat could otherwise damage the operating and display elements or the fitted units above.
▪ Do not switch the microwave on until you have put the food in the cooking
space.
▪ Remove any non-microwaveable plastic and paper packaging from the food
before cooking or defrosting it. Ignition hazard!
▪ Do not leave the appliance unattended when heating food in plastic or paper containers. Ignition hazard!
▪ Always open sealed food containers before placing them in the cooking
space. Danger of explosion due to excess pressure!
Caution: Risk of burns!
▪ The appliance gets very hot when in use. The appliance door also gets hot.
▪ Steam and/or hot air may escape from the cooking space when the appliance door is opened.
▪ The appliance will remain hot for some time after it is switched off and will
only cool down slowly to room temperature. Allow sufficient time for the appliance to cool down before, for instance, cleaning it.
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1 Safety precautions
▪ Overheated fat and oil can easily catch fire. Heating oil in the cooking
space to sear meat is dangerous and should not be done. Never attempt to
extinguish burning oil or fat with water. Danger of explosion! Smother the
flames with a fire blanket. Keep doors and windows closed.
▪ Do not pour spirits (brandy, whisky, schnapps, etc.) over hot food. Danger
of explosion!
▪ Do not leave the appliance unattended when drying herbs, bread, mushrooms, etc. If the foodstuff dries out too much, it can pose a fire hazard.
▪ If you notice smoke possibly coming from the appliance itself or from inside
the cooking space, keep the appliance door closed. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
▪ Accessories get hot in the cooking space. Use protective gloves or oven
cloths.
▪ Do not heat up alcoholic beverages!
▪ When heating liquids in a microwave, place a teaspoon in the vessel to prevent delayed boiling. When delayed boiling occurs, the boiling temperature
is reached without the usual steam bubbles rising. Disturbing a vessel, even
slightly, can cause the liquid to erupt if the container is open. Do not use
vessels with a narrow lip.
Caution: Risk of injury!
▪ Be careful not to put fingers in the door hinges, there is otherwise a risk of
injury if the appliance door is moved. Particular care should be taken when
children are around.
▪ Only leave the appliance door open in the at-rest position. An open appliance door poses a danger of tripping or injury! Do not sit or rest on the appliance door or use it as a storage surface.
▪ For hobs: A hob guard can be fitted to protect small children. Hob guards
are available from specialist retailers.
Caution: Risk to life!
▪ Danger of suffocation! Keep packaging material, e.g. plastic film and polystyrene, away from children. Packaging material can be dangerous for children.
How to avoid damaging the appliance
▪ Close the appliance door carefully.
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1 Safety precautions
▪ For appliances with visible bottom heating element: Do not place any objects directly on the bottom heating element.
▪ Do not use protective aluminium inserts with appliances with no visible bottom heating element.
▪ Do not use objects that can rust in the cooking space.
▪ Using knives or cutting wheels on the baking tray will visibly damage the
surface.
▪ To prevent corrosion, leave the appliance door open in the at-rest position
until the cooking space has cooled down.
▪ When cleaning the appliance, make sure no water gets inside it. Use a
moderately damp cloth. Do not spray the outside or the inside of the appliance with water. If water gets inside the appliance, it will cause damage.
▪ The construction of the appliance may not be changed in any way. Do not
apply force to or interfere with the appliance door or the control and safety
devices. The illumination may only be replaced by our Customer Services.
▪ Take care not to damage the appliance door, the door frame and the door
hinges.
▪ Ensure that nothing is trapped between the appliance door and the frame.
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2
Disposal
Packaging
▪ All packaging materials (cardboard, plastic film (PE) and polystyrene (EPS))
are marked and should, if possible, be collected for recycling and disposed
of in an environmentally friendly way.
Disconnection
▪ Disconnect the appliance from the mains. With a fixed appliance, this is to
be carried out by a qualified electrician!
Safety
▪ Disable the appliance to prevent accidents caused by improper use, especially through children playing.
▪ Pull the plug out of the mains socket or have the appliance disconnected
from the mains by an electrician. Then cut the mains cable off flush with the
appliance.
Disposal
▪ The old appliance should not be discarded as worthless rubbish. If disposed of correctly, the raw materials can be recovered for recycling.
▪ The
symbol on the identification plate warns that the appliance may not
be disposed of in normal household waste.
▪ The appliance must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations on
waste disposal. For more information on the handling, disposal and recycling of the product, please contact the local authorities, the local recycling
facilities for household waste or the retailer from whom you purchased the
appliance.
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3
Using for the first time
Before operating the newly installed appliance for the first time, the following
steps should be taken:
▸ Remove the packaging and transportation material as well as any blue protective film from the cooking space.
▸ Clean the cooking space and the accessories.
▸ Press the power button.
– The appliance switches on
Scenario 1 *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
– Various user settings necessary for operation, such as language, time
and temperature unit, are shown on the display one after the other.
▸ Make the settings and confirm.
▸ Fill the water tank with fresh, cold drinking water and slot into position in the
water tank compartment.
Language and time must be set so that the appliance can be operated.
Scenario 2 **
** applies only to appliances produced before or during January 2016.
▸ Set the time (see page 80).
▸ If necessary, adjust the user settings to the water hardness (see page 81).
▸ Fill the water tank with fresh, cold drinking water and slot into position in the
water tank compartment.
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3 Using for the first time
Finishing the first-time use process
▸ Heat the empty cooking space (without wire shelves, baking trays, etc.) using the
operating mode at 180 °C for about 30 minutes.
As there is likely to be some smoke and odour given off, we recommend ventilating the room well during this phase.
All temperatures in these operating instructions are in degrees
Celsius. Apply the corresponding conversions via the user setting «Degrees Fahrenheit» (see page 82).
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Appliance description
4.1
Construction
1
1
Operating and display elements
2
2
Ventilation opening
3
3
Door handle
4
Appliance door
5
Heatable appliance drawer *
* Depending on model
4
5
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4 Appliance description
4.2
Operating and display elements
1
2
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5
4
1
Display
4
Action buttons
2
Digital display (duration/timer/
time)
5
Switch on the adjusting knob/appliance
3
Menu buttons
6
V-ZUG Home (dependent on
model)
Overview of touch buttons
Operating modes
GourmetGuide
EasyCook
User settings
Favourites
Water tank
Extra functions
Cooking space illumination
Switch off
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4 Appliance description
4.3
Cooking space
Using protective inserts or aluminium foil can damage the appliance.
Do not place any protective insert or aluminium foil on the floor of
the cooking space.
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10
11
8
12
7
6
4
3
5
4
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2
3
2
1
1
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1
Appliance door
8
Grill/top heat
2
Door seal
9
Water tank compartment
3
Climate sensor
10 Temperature sensor
4
Cooking space illumination
11 Microwave inlet
5
Knurled nut
12 Steam inlet
6
Hot air blower
13 Levels
7
Cooking space ventilation
14 Socket for food probe
The bottom heating element is beneath the cooking space floor.
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4 Appliance description
4.4
Accessories
Incorrect handling can cause damage!
Do not use knives or cutting wheels on the accessories.
Do not use any metal accessories in the microwave and combi
modes nor any baking tray or stainless steel tray.
Dual enamel baking tray
▪ Baking tin for flans and biscuits
▪ Use together with the wire shelf as a drip tray.
▪ If not fully covered by the baking, its shape can become distorted during baking. This is normal. As it
cools down, it will go back to its original form.
▪ Not suitable for use with the
,
ating modes or
GourmetGuide.
and
oper-
▸ Instead use the stainless steel tray.
Do not use the baking tray in the microwave and combi modes.
▸ Ensure that the «sloped» side 1 of the baking tray
is to the back of the cooking space.
1
▸ Only use the normal way round – not upside down.
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4 Appliance description
Stainless steel tray
▪ Use together with the wire shelf and perforated
cooking tray as a drip tray.
▪ Serves as a baking tray for aperitif nibbles and
bread.
▪ If not fully covered by the baking, its shape can become distorted during baking. This is normal. As it
cools down, it will go back to its original form.
▪ Use with the
well as with
,
and
operating modes as
GourmetGuide.
▪ Not suitable for use with the
modes.
and
operating
▸ Only use the normal way round – not upside down.
Perforated plastic cooking tray
▪ Particularly suitable for use in the microwave and
combi modes
▪ For cooking fresh or frozen vegetables, meat and
fish
▪ For extracting juice from berries, fruit, etc.
▸ Do not use metal cutlery (knives, ladles, etc.) for preparing or serving. Metal
leaves traces of use.
Not suitable for use with the
and
operating modes, GourmetGuide uses with grill nor for temperatures of over 150 °C. There must
be a distance between the cooking tray and the floor and roof of the
cooking space of at least 5 cm.
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4 Appliance description
Wire shelf
Using the wrong accessories can damage the appliance!
1 ▪ For standing roasting and baking tins on
▪ For standing meat, frozen pizza, etc. on
▸ Ensure that the cross strut 1 is to the back of the
cooking space. It enables the food to be removed
safely from the cooking space.
▪ Serves as a cooling rack
Hardened glass dish
Cooling the glass dish too quickly can cause stress cracks or fractures.
Allow the glass dish when it is hot to cool down slowly – do not put it
on a cold surface or cool it down with water.
▪ Especially for use in the microwave and combi
modes
▪ For standing baking tins, ramekins, preserving jars,
etc. on
▪ For standing the perforated cooking tray on
▪ Use when grilling or together with the perforated
cooking tray as a drip tray.
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Food probe
▪ For measuring the core temperature of food
For recommended food probe temperatures, see «EasyCook».
Not suitable for temperatures of over 230 °C. There must be a distance between the food probe and the roof of the cooking space of at
least 5 cm.
Special accessories
Place any accessories not included in the scope of delivery on the
wire shelf or, for operating modes with microwave, on the glass
dish.
▸ Special accessories can be found at: www.vzug.com
4.5
Heatable appliance drawer
Unauthorised storage of materials creates a fire hazard!
Do not store any foodstuffs or temperature-sensitive or flammable
materials in the heatable appliance drawer.
The heatable appliance drawer can be used to preheat the tableware or to
briefly keep covered food warm.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
▸ Set the required duration.
Select a duration of at least 1 hour for warming the tableware.
Select a duration of no more than 1 hour for keeping food warm in order to maintain the desired degree of doneness and ensure that the
food does not dry out.
▸ Set the end time if necessary.
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▸ Switch on the heatable appliance drawer by selecting .
– The heatable appliance drawer switches off automatically when the set
duration is over.
4.6
Plate warmer
The «Plate warmer» is selectable if no heatable appliance drawer is installed.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Put the wire shelf at level 1 and place the tableware on it.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
▸ Set the required duration.
Select a duration of at least 1 hour.
▸ Set the end time if necessary.
▸ Switch on the «Plate warmer» by selecting .
– The «Plate warmer» switches off automatically when the set duration is
over.
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5
Operating modes
5.1
Overview of operating modes
Do not use any metal accessories in the microwave and combi
modes nor any baking tray or stainless steel tray.
All the operating modes and fast heating are described below.
Follow the advice given in «Tips and tricks» (see page 75) and in
«EasyCook».
5.2
Steam
Temperature range
30–100 °C
Recommended value
100 °C
Level
1 to 4
The cooking space is heated simultaneously by steam and hot air. The food is
heated up or cooked by steaming.
Uses
▪ Cooking vegetables, rice, cereal products, pulses and egg dishes
▪ Poaching meat, poultry and fish
▪ Extracting juice from fruit and berries
▪ Making yoghurt
▪ Preserving
Possible to cook on several levels simultaneously.
▸
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Place the stainless steel tray underneath the perforated cooking
tray.
5 Operating modes
5.3
Top/Bottom heat
Temperature range
30–230 °C
Recommended value
200 °C
Level
2 (or 1)
The cooking space is heated by the top and bottom heating elements.
Uses
▪ Classic operating mode for cooking and baking on one level
▪ Cakes, biscuits, bread and roasts
Use a dark enamelled tray or a black tray or tin for crispy results.
5.4
Hot air
Temperature range
30–230 °C
Recommended value
180 °C
Level
2 or 1 + 3
A heating element behind the back wall of the cooking space heats up the air
inside the cooking space, which is circulated evenly.
Uses
▪ Particularly suitable for baking savouries and biscuits on several levels at
the same time
▪ Cakes, bread and roasts
Select a lower temperature (reduce by approximately 20 °C) than for
as the heat transfer is more efficient.
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5 Operating modes
5.5
Hot air with steaming
Temperature range
80–230 °C
Recommended value
180 °C
Level
2 or 1 + 3
A heating element behind the back wall of the cooking space heats up the air
inside the cooking space, which is circulated evenly. With condensing steam,
the energy is transferred more efficiently to the food than when cooking with
hot air, which accelerates the cooking process.
Steam over 100° C is not visible.
Uses
▪ Puff pastries, yeast pastries, bread, plaited bread
▪ Baked dishes and gratins
▪ Meat
▪ Frozen and convenience foods
Particularly suitable for low-fat cooking of frozen foods such as oven
chips and spring rolls.
The supply of steam can be switched off and on again during operation.
▸ Start the operating mode.
▸ To switch off the supply of steam, select
tings of the operating mode.
– The
«Switch steaming off» in the set-
symbol goes out.
▸ To switch the supply of steam on again, select
– The
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symbol illuminates.
«Switch steaming on».
5 Operating modes
5.6
PowerSteam
Level
2
The cooking time is reduced as the food is microwaved as well as steamed.
Uses
▪ Cooking vegetables, rice, cereal products and pulses
Refer to the recommended cooking times in «EasyCook».
5.7
Level
PowerRegeneration
2
Heating with steam and hot air cooks the food gently without drying it out. The
additional, automatic microwave power shortens the reheating time.
Uses
▪ Reheating precooked foods and convenience foods
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5 Operating modes
5.8
Microwave
Power range
in levels from 50–700 W
Recommended value
500 W/2 min.
2
Level
Food and liquids are heated using microwaves.
Uses
▪ Precooked foods
▪ Frozen and convenience foods
▪ Liquids
Preparing eggs:
▸ Crack open the eggs and beat them before cooking.
▸ For fried eggs: Prick the yolk before cooking
▸
Turn or stir food, if possible, halfway through the cooking time.
Use a fork to prick the skin or peel of foods such as potatoes, tomatoes, sausages, shellfish or similar.
Otherwise, the steam that is produced will be unable to escape and
may cause the food to explode.
Further information on the microwave can be found in the «Microwave» section (see page 49).
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5.9
Regeneration
Temperature range
80–200 °C
Recommended value
120 °C
Level
2 or 1 + 3
The cooking space is heated by steam and hot air. The food is reheated
gently without drying it out.
Uses
▪ Reheating precooked foods and convenience foods
Possible to regenerate on several levels simultaneously.
5.10
PizzaPlus
Temperature range
30–230 °C
Recommended value
180 °C
Level
2 (or 1)
The cooking space is heated by hot air and bottom heat. The base of the food
is baked particularly intensively.
Uses
▪ Pizza
▪ Flans and quiches
Use a dark enamelled tray or a black tray or tin without baking paper
for very crispy results.
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5.11
Grill
Temperature range
5 levels
Recommended value
Level 3
Level
3 or 4
The cooking space is heated by the grill element.
Uses
▪ Flat food for grilling, e.g. steaks, chops, chicken parts, fish and sausages
▪ Gratinating
▪ Toast
▸ Place the food to be grilled directly on the wire shelf.
▸ Line the baking tray with aluminium foil and then place it underneath the
wire shelf.
For optimal results, preheat the cooking space for 3 minutes before
placing the food in.
5.12
Grill-forced convection
Temperature range
30–230 °C
Recommended value
180 °C
Level
2 or 3
The cooking space is heated by the grill element. The hot air fan distributes
the air evenly in the cooking space.
Uses
▪ Suitable for a whole chicken
▪ Large, bulky food for grilling
▸ Put food for grilling in a porcelain or glass dish or directly on the wire shelf.
▸ Line the baking tray with aluminium foil and then place it underneath the
wire shelf.
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5.13
Top/Bottom heat humid
Temperature range
30–230 °C
Recommended value
200 °C
Level
2 (or 1)
The cooking space is heated by the top and bottom heating elements. The
steam produced is largely retained in the cooking space. The food retains its
moisture.
Uses
▪ Bread, plaited bread, roasts and gratins on one level
▪ Low-temperature cooking
5.14
Hot air humid
Temperature range
30–230 °C
Recommended value
180 °C
Level
2 or 1 + 3
A heating element behind the back wall of the cooking space heats up the air
inside the cooking space, which is circulated evenly. The steam produced is
largely retained in the cooking space. The food retains its moisture.
Uses
▪ For savouries and biscuits on two levels at the same time
▪ For yeast pastries and bread on two levels at the same time
▪ Gratins and baked dishes
Select a lower temperature (reduce by approximately 20 °C) than for
as the heat transfer is more efficient.
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5.15
Bottom heat
Temperature range
6 levels
Recommended value
Level 3
Level
2 (or 1)
The cooking space is heated by the bottom heating element.
Uses
▪ Baking flan bases
▪ Preserving
Use a dark enamelled tray or a black tray or tin for crispy results.
5.16
Fast heating
For fast heating
, the cooking space is heated with hot air and bottom heat,
which shortens the preheating process. Fast heating can be used with the following operating modes:
and
.
▸ Select the desired operating mode and adjust the settings.
▸ To start the operating mode, select .
▸ Select
«Switch fast heating on» in the settings for the operating mode.
– Above
, the symbol illuminates.
As soon as the set temperature has been reached,
– an acoustic signal is emitted.
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5.17
Combi mode / PowerPlus
Check the food from time to time during operation so that it does
not burn.
Switch off the combi mode if necessary.
Thanks to PowerPlus, cooking times can be reduced as any operating mode
can be combined with the microwave. Every PowerPlus level is allocated a
total amount of energy that is delivered to the food over a set period of time.
The duration of the operating mode is not important: any residual energy dissipates when the cooking time is up. You can switch PowerPlus on before
starting the appliance or while it is in operation.
▸ Select
in the settings of the current operating mode.
▸ Set the desired PowerPlus level and confirm.
When using the food probe, the appliance switches off if the food
probe temperature is reached.
PowerPlus ends during operation
If PowerPlus ends during operation, a new PowerPlus level can be set subsequently.
Changing PowerPlus during operation
▸ Select
in the settings of the current operating mode.
▸ Set PowerPlus to level
and confirm.
– The current PowerPlus level ends.
– The operating mode settings are displayed.
▸ Select
again.
▸ Select a new PowerPlus level and confirm.
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Overview of the PowerPlus levels
Intensity
Output
Uses, e.g.
Gentle
100–200 W
Baking cakes, braising / roasting meat
Moderate
300-400 W
Cooking foods with fillings or gratins
with little toppings/liquid
Intensive
500 W
Cooking gratins / baked dishes with a
lot of toppings/liquid
Super intensive
600 W
Cooking gratins / baked dishes with a
lot of toppings/liquid
Duration
Minutes
Uses, e.g.
Short
Up to 10 minutes Baking quick cakes, cooking delicate /
dry food
Medium
10–20 minutes
Long
Over 20 minutes Baking cakes, braising/roasting meat
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Cooking gratins or baked dishes
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Using the appliance
The different main menus and functions are selected by pressing the corresponding touch button. Selected touch buttons and functions are illuminated in
white; other selectable functions are illuminated in orange.
Settings and functions that cannot be selected or changed are greyed out in
the various menus.
The appliance offers the following touch buttons with the following main
menus and functions:
Operating modes
GourmetGuide
EasyCook
User settings
Favourites
Water tank
Extra functions
Cooking space illumination
Switch off
Adjusting knob functions
Press
▪ Switching on the appliance
▪ Selecting/opening a submenu, setting, etc.
▪ Confirming/closing a message
▪ Activating/deactivating a user setting
Turn
▪ Navigating within the submenus
▪ Changing/setting a value or user setting
Your appliance has a touch function display. You can also select submenus, confirm messages and activate/deactivate user settings by
pressing the relevant part of the display.
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6.1
Filling the water tank
Do not use demineralised (filtered) or distilled water.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
touch button.
– The water tank is ejected.
▸ Remove the water tank to fill it.
▸ Fill the water tank with fresh, cold drinking water and seal it with the cover.
▸ Slot the filled water tank into position in the water tank compartment.
Refilling water
The contents of the water tank normally suffice for one cooking session.
If, however, the water tank needs to be refilled:
▸ Fill the water tank with a maximum of 0.5 l of water as otherwise water
could spill over at the end of operation.
6.2
Selecting and starting the operating mode
▸ If the appliance is switched off: first press the adjusting knob.
▸ If the appliance has another menu open: press the
touch button.
– The selection of operating modes appears in the display.
▸ Select the operating mode.
– The operating mode settings appear in the display; a recommended
value appears above the temperature.
▸ Set the values for duration, end time, temperature or temperature level,
PowerPlus level and target temperature as required and confirm.
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Press and go
Once all the necessary settings for the operating mode have been made, a
bar appears in the display and counts down 20 seconds. If no further settings
are made during this time, operation starts automatically. If a setting is
changed, Press and go starts again.
The duration of Press and go can be adjusted (see page 82) or it
can be deactivated altogether in the user settings.
▸ To start operation immediately, i.e. without Press and go, select .
– If it is set, the remaining time appears on the display and in the digital
display.
The operating mode selected cannot be changed after operation has
started.
Display overview
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4
Operating mode with symbol
2
Current position of the
adjusting knob / selected
setting
5
Set values / recommended
values
3
Press and go
6
Symbols for settings
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6.3
Checking and changing the settings
▸ Select the symbol for the desired setting.
▸ To change the value, turn the adjusting knob to the right or left.
▸ Press the adjusting knob to confirm the setting.
– The operating mode settings are displayed.
– The changed value can be seen above the corresponding symbol.
The end time can only be changed during the first 60 seconds of
operation.
6.4
Setting a duration
The selected operating mode ends automatically when the set duration is up.
▸ Select the desired operating mode.
▸ Select
in the operating mode settings.
▸ Set the desired duration – max. 9hrs 59mins – and confirm.
– The duration is displayed in the operating mode settings as well as the
end time which is calculated based on this value.
– End of operation / Duration finished (see page 45)
6.5
Setting a delayed start / end time
The delayed start is activated when both the duration and the end time are set
for the selected operating mode.
The appliance switches automatically on and off again at the desired times.
If you use the food probe, you will need to estimate and set the duration. You
will find a guide on times in «EasyCook». The appliance switches on with a
delay and switches off again when the set target temperature is reached. Depending on the estimated duration, this can occur earlier or later than the end
time.
Perishables should not be kept unrefrigerated.
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Before setting the delayed start
▸ Place the food in the cooking space.
▸ Select the desired operating mode.
▸ Set the temperature.
▸ Set the duration.
Setting a delayed start
▸ Select
in the operating mode settings.
– The current end time calculated using the duration is displayed.
▸ Set the desired end time and confirm.
– The remaining time until the start of the operation is displayed.
– After 3 minutes, the display goes out and the
touch button is illuminated in white. The display can be called up again at any time by
pressing the adjusting knob.
– The appliance remains switched off until 3 minutes before the automatic start of operation.
▸ Checking and changing the settings (see page 40)
Example
▸ Select the
operating mode and 180°C.
▸ At 8:00, set a duration of 1 hour and 15 minutes.
▸ Set the end time to 11:30.
– The appliance will automatically switch on at 10:15 and off again at
11:30.
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6.6
Food probe temperature
Only use the supplied food probe.
Do not clean the food probe in the dishwasher. Always keep the
plug clean.
The food probe is used to measure the temperature inside the food (referred
to as the food probe temperature). As soon as the food reaches the target
temperature (the food probe temperature that should be attained at the end of
the cooking process), operation stops automatically. It is also possible to
simply measure the food probe temperature without stopping operation.
The food probe must be inserted as far into the middle of the meat as
possible to get a correct reading of the food probe temperature.
The optimal target temperature is dependent on the cut of meat and
on the degree of doneness.
Refer to the information on target temperatures in «EasyCook».
Setting
▸ Select the desired operating mode and set the temperature.
▸ Select
in the operating mode settings.
▸ Set the desired target temperature and confirm.
▸ To start operation, select .
Operation can only be started when the food probe is plugged in.
▸ Checking and changing the settings (see page 40)
– The current food probe temperature is shown in the top part of the display when cooking.
– The set target temperature is displayed above
.
– Operation ends automatically once the target temperature has been
reached – see also End of (see page 45)operation.
If the meat is left in the cooking space after having switched off the
appliance, the food probe temperature will continue to rise due to the
residual heat.
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Measuring the food probe temperature
If you only wish to measure the food probe temperature without operation
stopping automatically when the target temperature is reached, proceed as follows:
▸ Select the desired operating mode and set the temperature and, if you wish,
the duration.
▸ Plug in the food probe.
▸ Start the operating mode.
– The current food probe temperature is shown in the top part of the display when cooking.
6.7
Cancelling / ending the operating mode before time
▸ In the operating mode settings, select
or press the
touch button.
– An acoustic signal is emitted.
– The selected operating mode is aborted.
– The following appears in the display: «
ample: «
aborted».
Residual heat» and, for ex-
Hot air
– If the food probe is inserted, the food probe temperature
is displayed. *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
▸ If you wish to start a new operating mode, press the
▸ If you wish to switch off the appliance, press the
6.8
touch button.
touch button.
Changing the operating mode
If no operating mode is running:
▸ Select
in the settings of the current operating mode.
– The operating modes menu is displayed.
If an operating mode is already running:
▸ Select
or press the
touch button.
– The selected operating mode is cancelled.
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▸ Press the
6.9
touch button and choose a new operating mode.
Timer
The timer functions like an egg timer. It can be used at any time and independently of all other functions.
Setting and starting the timer
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
– A suggested value of «10mins» appears in the display.
▸ Turn the adjusting knob and set the desired duration.
– The duration and the end time for the timer appear on the display.
The timer can be set for:
▪ up to 10 minutes in 10-second intervals, e.g. 9 minutes and 50 seconds.
▪ over 10 minutes in 1-minute intervals, e.g. 1 hour and 12 minutes.
The maximum timer duration is 9 hours and 59 minutes.
▸ Press the adjusting knob to confirm.
– The timer starts.
– If there is no operating mode running with a set duration, the remaining
time on the timer will be displayed in the digital display.
– The
touch button is illuminated in white.
– If the appliance was in another menu before the timer was set, e.g. operating modes, the menu or the submenu selected within it, e.g. a running operating mode, appears.
– If the appliance was not in another menu, the display goes black.
Checking and changing
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
– The countdown to the remaining time appears in the display.
▸ Shorten or extend the time by turning the adjusting knob.
▸ Confirm this shortening or extending of the time.
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When the timer finishes
When the set duration is up:
– An acoustic signal is emitted.
– «Timer finished» appears in the display.
▸ To close the message, select
.
Switching the timer off before time
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
– The countdown to the remaining time appears in the display.
▸ Set the timer to 0 by turning the adjusting knob and confirm.
Or, if the timer is the only active function:
▸ Press the
touch button.
Or, if you wish to switch off the appliance:
▸ Press the
6.10
touch button 2×.
End of operation
When the set duration is up or, if the food probe is being used, when the set
target temperature is reached:
– The selected operating mode ends automatically.
– An acoustic signal is emitted.
– Three options are displayed:
▪ Select
to choose a new operating mode
▪ Select
to extend the operation
▪ Select
to switch the appliance off.
– The appliance switches off automatically after 3 minutes without interaction.
You can adjust (see page 79) the appliance end time individually.
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– As long as the temperature is above 80 °C, «
pears in the display.
Residual heat» ap-
– If the food probe is inserted, the food probe temperature is displayed. *
The food can be kept warm with residual heat for some time. As soon
as the temperature falls below 80 °C, all the displays go out. If at this
point the food probe is still inserted, the displays only go out when the
food probe is removed. *
The cooling fan can continue to run.
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
For all operating modes that use steam, steam reduction can take place at the
end of the cooking process. The steam is gradually released from the cooking
space into the atmosphere – this takes about 1 minute. This means that there
is no sudden rush of steam when the appliance door is opened; it can, however, be opened at any time.
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Removing food from cooking space
Risk of scalding!
Hot steam or hot air may escape from the cooking space when the
appliance door is opened.
The accessories get hot. Use protective gloves or oven cloths.
▸ Take the food out of the cooking space when done.
▸ Any condensate or food particles in the cooking space must be completely
removed after each cooking session with steam.
▸ Wipe away traces of water or soiling with a soft cloth to prevent corrosion
and unpleasant odours.
▸ Leave the appliance door open in the at-rest position until the cooking
space has cooled down and dried out.
6.11
Switching the appliance off
▸ Press the
touch button.
– An acoustic signal is emitted.
– Any running operating mode or application is ended; if switched on,
the timer, cooking space illumination, heatable appliance drawer or
plate warmer will remain active.
– «
Residual heat» appears in the display.
– If the food probe is inserted, the food probe temperature
is displayed. *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
– The following message appears in the display after all operating
modes with steam: «Draining appliance. Please do not remove the water tank.»
▸ Press the
touch button again.
– All touch buttons go out.
– All functions are ended and switched off.
Or, at the end of operation:
▸ Choose the
option in the display.
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– An acoustic signal is emitted.
– Any running operating mode or application is ended; if switched on,
the timer, cooking space illumination, heatable appliance drawer or
plate warmer will remain active.
– The following appears in the display: «
Residual heat».
– If the food probe is inserted, the food probe temperature
is displayed. *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
▸ Press the
touch button.
– All touch buttons go out.
– All functions are ended and switched off.
The appliance is switched off if none of the touch buttons are illuminated any more and the display is dark.
The cooling fan can continue to run.
6.12
Emptying the water tank
Scalding hazard!
The water in the tank may be hot. If «Please do not remove the water tank» appears in the display, the temperature of the residual water is too high. Do not remove the water tank!
For safety reasons, the residual water is not pumped off until the
temperature has fallen below a certain level.
When the appliance is switched off, the residual water is pumped back into
the water tank.
The following appears in the display: «Water is being pumped off». When the
water has been pumped back:
▸ Press the
touch button.
– The water tank is ejected.
▸ Remove, empty and dry the water tank.
▸ Put the water tank back.
Any operating mode can be started again.
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Microwave
7.1
Note on use
Refer to the «Safety precautions» section.
Porcelain, ceramic and earthenware dishes may have cavities. These
can fill with water, causing them to crack. Follow the manufacturers' instructions.
Suitable for microwave and combi mode
Not suitable for microwave and combi mode
Suitable for microwave mode
▪ Glass, e.g. hardened glass dish
▪ Porcelain
▪ Microwaveable plastic, e.g. perforated plastic cooking tray
▪ Silicon baking mould
Permitted for microwave mode
▪ Food probe with burls
▪ Aluminium packaging of convenience foods
▪ Wire shelf
Forbidden for microwave mode
▪ Cast iron pots
▪ Metal cookware
▪ Aluminium foil
▪ Baking trays
▪ Stainless steel trays
▪ Perforated stainless steel cooking tray
▪ Cookware with gold rim or metal decor
▪ Meat thermometer
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7.2
Tips for microwave mode
Do not switch the microwave mode on until you have put the food
in the cooking space.
▸ Cover food when just using the microwave mode to prevent it from drying
out. Suitable covers include microwave food covers, glass or porcelain covers and microwaveable films.
The cooking space can become damp when using the microwave mode. To
avoid unpleasant odours and corrosion in the cooking space, please observe
the following:
▸ Cover liquid or steaming food – unless it should remain crispy.
▸ Wipe away traces of water and soiling with a soft cloth to prevent corrosion
and unpleasant odours.
▸ To prevent damage to the appliance, leave the appliance door open in the
at-rest position at the end of cooking until the cooking space has cooled
down.
7.3
Microwave operation
▸ Select and start the operating mode (see page 38).
When the appliance door is opened, the microwave mode is immediately interrupted. After the appliance door is closed, the operation continues.
The duration and the microwave power level can be checked and changed
during operation (see page 40). To change PowerPlus, see Combi mode /
PowerPlus (see page 35).
To switch the microwave off, see Cancelling / ending the operating mode before time (see page 43).
– End of operation (see page 45)
When using the food probe, the microwave mode switches off when
the set target temperature is reached.
Extending the operation
▸ Select the
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GourmetGuide
The GourmetGuide
encompasses several programmes which make preparing meals as easy as possible for you. The following programmes can be
called up:
Recipes
Defrosting
BakeOmatic
Wellness *
Professional baking
Hygiene *
Soft roasting
Keep warm *
RegenerateOmatic
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
8.1
Recipe book
A recipe book contains recipes which are tailored to suit the particular appliance. These are already programmed into the appliance and run automatically
once started.
A recipe book is included in the scope of delivery for the appliance and has
already been unlocked in the appliance. The recipe book is in German; you
can order the French, Italian or English version for free.
Provided that your appliance has the required operating modes, you can also
order additional recipe books (for a charge) and then unlock them in the appliance.
The following recipe books are available for your appliance:
▪
Baking treats
▪
GourmetSteam
▪
Fast steaming
▪
QueenSteam recipes * (available at www.vzug.com/queensteam)
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
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Unlocking a recipe book
When you buy a recipe book, you receive a password which is used to unlock
the recipe book in the appliance. After it has been unlocked, the recipes are
displayed in the appliance.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
▸ Select the recipe book that you wish to unlock.
– The following appears in the display: «Do you want to unlock the recipe book?».
▸ Select «Yes».
▸ Enter the password using the on-screen keypad and confirm by selecting
.
– The recipe book is now unlocked.
Starting a recipe
For recipes that do not require preheating, place the food in the cold
cooking space.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Fill the water tank with fresh, cold drinking water and slot into position in the
water tank compartment.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
▸ Select the desired recipe book or
▸ To select a recipe, choose
«Own recipes».
.
▸ Select a recipe.
– The recipe settings are displayed.
▸ If you wish, set the end time or delayed start.
When cooking recipes from recipe books, a delayed start is only possible if the cooking space does not need to be preheated and the
food does not need to be stirred or turned partway through, for example.
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▸ To start the recipe, select .
– The recipe starts.
– The display shows the current recipe step, the time remaining in this
step and the entire duration of the recipe.
– The digital display shows the remaining time for the current recipe
step.
In the course of the recipe
In the course of the recipe, it may be necessary to open the appliance door,
e.g. to turn over the food or to spread a topping over it. In such an instance,
operation is paused and the display shows instructions on what to do next.
To continue the recipe, proceed as follows:
▸ Open the appliance door.
▸ Carry out the action, e.g. turn over food.
▸ Close appliance door and select
in the display.
– The recipe will continue to run.
Aborting the recipe
▸ In the recipe settings, select .
– The following appears in the display: «Should the current recipe be
aborted?»
▸ To abort the recipe, select «Yes».
– The recipe is aborted.
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8.2
Own recipes
Up to 24 of your own favourite recipes can be created and saved. A recipe
can consist of several steps with any operating modes (including Professional
baking), pauses and hold times, which run automatically once started. You
can also change and save existing recipes.
Creating your own recipe
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
touch button.
▸ Select
.
▸ Select
.
▸ To create a new recipe, select
.
– The selection of operating modes including professional baking appears in the display.
▸ Select the desired operating mode.
▸ Set the target temperature, duration, temperature or temperature level for
step 1.
If you are only making temperature settings, this step takes as long as
is necessary for the cooking space to reach the required temperature.
This represents the preheating process.
▸ To confirm the settings, select
▸ To add a new step, select
.
.
▸ Set an operating mode, pause or hold time to step 2.
For the intermediate step
«Hold», the heating continues to run and
the cooking space temperature remains constant. For the intermediate
step «Pause», the cooking space is not heated any more and the
temperature drops.
After a hold or pause step, a preheating stage can be set.
▸ To save the settings, select
.
– The overview of the set steps is displayed.
▸ Set additional steps in the same way. A recipe can consist of up to 9 steps.
▸ To save the recipe, select
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– The overview of the available storage spaces is displayed.
▸ Select the desired (empty) storage space and confirm.
▸ Enter the recipe name using the on-screen keypad and confirm by pressing
.
– The recipe is now saved.
– The following appears in the display: «Do you want to run the recipe?».
If you do not wish to run the recipe, you will return to the recipes main
menu.
Step duration
The duration of a step depends on whether values have been set for the target
temperature, duration, temperature or temperature level. If multiple values
have been set, e.g. the duration and the temperature, only one of these takes
priority for the step duration.
The table below shows the priorities in descending order:
Setting
1
Target temperature
2
Duration
3
Temperature / temperature level
Aborting recipe entry/change
▸ Select
in the overview of the set steps.
– The following appears in the display: «Do you really want to cancel the
entering of the recipe?»
▸ To abort the recipe entry, select «Yes».
– The menu for your own recipes or, if a recipe from a recipe book was
changed, the menu for the recipe book appears in the display.
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Ending a step before time
This is only possible for
«Own recipes». If, for example when a recipe is
running, you realise that the food or the cooking space is ready for the next
step in the recipe even though the current step is still in progress, you can end
the step before time.
▸ Select the symbol for target temperature, duration, temperature or temperature level in the operating mode settings. Pay attention to the priorities for
the step duration as described under «Step duration».
▸ Set the displayed value to 0 or reduce it until it is less than the currently
measured value.
▸ Press the adjusting knob to confirm.
– The step is ended.
– If it was the final step, the recipe ends too.
– If it was not the final step, the next step starts.
Changing recipes
Any recipe – from a recipe book as well as your own recipes – can be copied
and changed.
▸ Select the desired recipe book or
▸ Select
.
.
▸ Choose a recipe.
– An overview of the steps in the recipe is displayed.
Changing a step
▸ Select the step you want to change.
▸ Make the settings and confirm with
.
Adding a step
▸ Select
.
▸ Make the settings and confirm with
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Deleting a step
▸ Select .
– The overview of the steps in the recipe is displayed.
▸ Select the step.
– The following appears in the display: «Do you want to delete this
step?».
▸ To deleted the step, select «Yes».
– The step is deleted.
Saving an amended recipe
▸ Select
.
▸ Select storage space, enter the recipe name and confirm by pressing
.
– The amended recipe is now saved.
A storage space that is already being used can be overwritten.
Recipes that have been amended from recipe books are not saved in
the recipe book, but under
«Own recipes». The original recipe remains in the corresponding recipe book.
Deleting your own recipe
Any recipe in
«Own recipes» can be deleted.
▸ Select
«Own recipes».
▸ Select .
▸ Select the recipe to be deleted.
– The following appears in the display: «Do you want to delete this recipe?»
▸ To delete the recipe, select «Yes».
– The recipe is deleted.
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8.3
BakeOmatic
BakeOmatic
comprises applications for different food groups. The size and
shape of the food are recognised and the duration and cooking space climate
are adjusted automatically.
BakeOmatic is suitable for the following foods
and dishes:
Fresh aperitif nibbles
Frozen pizza (F) *
Frozen aperitif nibbles (F) *
Flan
Gratin
Bread
Soufflé
Plaited bread
Baked potatoes
Yeast pastry with filling
Pre-fried food *
Cake
Braising meat
Muffins/tray-baked cakes
Fresh pizza
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
Degree of browning
For certain food categories, the degree of browning can be adjusted by selecting the
«lightly browned»,
«medium browned» or
«well browned»
setting.
When used for frozen products, the approximate duration indicated on
the packaging must be selected instead of the degree of browning.
Frozen products are prepared in a variety of ways.
Duration
When BakeOmatic starts, sensors determine the optimum duration. The effective duration is displayed after about 10–15 minutes.
Before starting, the cooking space must have cooled down and dried
out in order to determine the optimum duration.
The appliance door must not be opened whilst the duration is being
determined.
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Preheating
In the case of the
«Flan» food category, after starting, separate preheating
takes place first. Do not put the food in until preheating has ended.
Selecting and starting BakeOmatic
The filled water tank must be in position in the water tank compartment.
A delayed start is only possible for applications where preheating is
not required and is only suitable for food that does not need to cool or
rise.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
▸ Select the desired application.
▸ Select the degree of browning or, for frozen products, the appropriate time
indicated on the packaging.
– The BakeOmatic settings are displayed.
▸ Set an end time or delayed start if necessary.
▸ To start BakeOmatic, select .
– Depending on the application, the cooking space may be preheated
first; when the temperature is reached, an acoustic signal is emitted.
– The following appears in the display: «Put in the food. Select
tinue.».
to con-
▸ Place the food onto the appropriate level.
▸ To confirm the message, select
– The display reads «
.
is being determined.».
– The remaining time appears on the display and in the digital display.
The appliance door must not be opened whilst the duration is being
determined. Otherwise, the optimal duration and temperature will not
be calculated correctly.
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8.4
Professional baking
With professional baking
, the cold cooking space is heated by a steam
phase (about 10 minutes) and a hot air phase, which follows automatically.
This makes yeast and puff pastries light and airy while also forming a nice,
glistening crust. «Proofing» allows you to proof a large batch of dough or preprepared portions at optimal temperature and humidity levels.
Professional baking
has the following range of uses:
Bread
Plaited bread
Puff pastry
Proofing
The appliance door must not be opened during the steam phase, as
this would allow cold air to stream in, extending the steaming phase
and oversteaming the bread. The bread would come out flatter as a
result.
Tips
▪ Allow bread, bread buns and other yeast pastries to proof for about 15
minutes after forming into shape. Place on a stainless steel tray, which has
been lined with baking paper, put it into the cold cooking space and bake.
▪ The adjustable temperature corresponds to that of the hot air phase. The
temperature during the steam phase is preset.
▪ For a nice, crispy crust, the smaller the baked goods, the higher the temperature. The optimum temperature for bread buns is generally higher than for
a single loaf of bread.
▪ When using
«Plaited bread», we recommend brushing the baked goods
with egg beforehand.
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Selecting and starting professional baking
▸ Put in the food.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
▸ Select the desired application.
– The operating mode settings are displayed.
▸ Set the temperature, duration and, if necessary, an end time or delayed start
and confirm.
▸ To start
professional baking, select .
The filled water tank must be in position in the water tank compartment.
8.5
Soft roasting
How it functions
The
soft roasting function allows high-quality cuts of meat to be prepared
gently. You can select exactly when the cooking process is complete, irrespective of the weight and thickness of the meat. The temperature is automatically regulated.
The cooking time can be set to between 2½ and 4½ hours for
«Soft
roasting seared» or between 1½ and 2½ hours for
«Soft roasting with
steam».
Tips for an optimal result
▪ Take the meat out of the refrigerator ½ to 1 hour before soft roasting.
▪ Weight of meat:
– Soft roasting seared: 500–2000 g
– Soft roasting with steam: 500–1500 g
▪ Meat food probe temperature: up to 90 °C
▪ Meat thickness: at least 4 cm
▪ Quality: lean, high-quality meat
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Soft roasting table for «Soft roasting with steam» and «Soft roasting
seared»
Cut of meat
Degree of
doneness
Recommended
target temperature °C
With steam
Seared
rare
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medium
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medium
59
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rare
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53
medium
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rare
49
53
medium
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Rump of beef
medium
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Rump or loin of pork
medium
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rare
59
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medium
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Fillet of veal
Rump or loin of veal
Fillet of beef
Rib-eye or sirloin
Leg of lamb
Freely select meat type
«Soft roasting seared»
▸ Season or marinate the meat.
Remove any marinade made with herbs, mustard, etc. from the meat
before searing. These ingredients burn easily.
▸ Salt the meat immediately before searing.
▸ Briefly sear the meat all over for no longer than 5 minutes.
▸ Then place the meat in a glass or porcelain roasting dish.
If you do not intend to sear the meat until after the soft roasting, lower
the recommended target temperature by around 3–4 °C.
▸ Insert the food probe into the meat so that the tip is in the centre of the
thickest part.
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The food probe must be inserted as far into the middle of the meat as
possible to get a correct reading of the food probe temperature. The
temperature inside the meat is crucial for optimal results at the end of
cooking.
▸ Put the wire shelf at level 2 and place the dish on it.
▸ Insert the food probe plug into the socket.
▸ Start
«Soft roasting seared» (see page 64).
«Soft roasting with steam»
For
«Soft roasting with steam», the meat is cooked gently with steam.
Since steam transfers energy better, shorter cooking times and thus energy
savings are possible. As steam produces condensate, more residual water is
left in the cooking space at the end of the cooking process than with «Soft
roasting seared».
▸ Insert the food probe into the meat so that the tip is in the centre of the
thickest part.
The food probe must be inserted as far into the middle of the meat as
possible to get a correct reading of the food probe temperature. The
temperature inside the meat is crucial for optimal results at the end of
cooking.
▸ Put the stainless steel tray at level 2 and place the meat on the perforated
plastic cooking tray on top.
Tip: If you would like to add more flavour to the meat, lay it on a bed
of fresh herbs or hay.
▸ Insert the food probe plug into the socket.
▸ Start
«Soft roasting with steam» (see page 64).
▸ After soft roasting, gently sear the meat all over for a total of 4–6 minutes.
▸ After searing, wrap the whole piece of meat in aluminium foil and leave it
covered for about 5 minutes.
▸ Cut the meat and serve immediately.
As the meat is only seared after soft roasting for optical reasons, the
recommended target temperature is 4 °C lower than for «Soft roasting
seared».
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Selecting and starting soft roasting
The longer the meat is cooked, the more tender and succulent it becomes. This applies particularly for thicker pieces of meat.
The target temperature cannot be changed once soft roasting has
started.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
▸ Select the desired soft roasting method.
▸ Select the desired type of meat.
▸ Select the desired cut.
▸
If the desired type of meat or cut cannot be selected, select the
«Freely select meat type» option.
▸ Select the degree of doneness (not possible for
type»).
«Freely select meat
– The operating mode settings are displayed.
– A recommended value appears above the target temperature.
▸ Adjust the recommended value if necessary and set a delayed start if you
wish.
▸ To start soft roasting, select .
The food probe must be plugged in.
– Soft roasting starts.
– The set target temperature, the current food probe temperature and
the remaining time are displayed.
– The remaining time appears in the digital display.
The appliance door must be closed during operation. If the appliance
door is opened while soft roasting is running, the operation is interrupted and then, after a short time, cancelled.
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Inadvertently interrupting the programme
▸ If the
touch button is pressed, the soft roasting programme is interrupted.
– The following appears in the display: «Should
be cancelled?»
▸ To continue soft roasting, select «No».
– Operation is continued.
Cancelling / ending soft roasting before time
▸ Select
in the soft roasting settings or press the
– The following appears in the display: «Should
touch button.
be cancelled?».
▸ Select «Yes».
– Operation is cancelled.
▸ To switch off the appliance, press the
touch button.
If you accidentally pressed «Yes» or you wish to finish cooking the
meat, you must press the
touch button and select an operating
mode. «Soft roasting» is not suitable for partially meat.
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8.6
RegenerateOmatic
How it functions
With
«RegenerateOmatic», food can be heated without having to set an operating mode, temperature or duration. The quantity and shape of the food are
recognised and the regeneration time and cooking space climate are adjusted
individually and automatically.
Degree of moisture
With RegenerateOmatic, you can choose between
«Regenerate crispy».
Degree of moisture
«Regenerate moist» and
Uses
Foods that should not dry out
e.g. vegetables, meat, pasta
Foods that should be crispy after regeneration
e.g. pizza, flans, aperitif nibbles
Regeneration time
Sensors detect when the food is hot.
The approximate time for the most common uses is as follows:
▪
«Regenerate moist»: 10–14 minutes
▪
«Regenerate crispy»: 14–18 minutes
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Selecting and starting RegenerateOmatic
Before starting, the cooking space should have cooled down and be
dry in order to determine the optimum duration.
The appliance door should not be opened during operation.
The filled water tank must be in position in the water tank compartment.
▸ Put the food in a heat-resistant dish, place it on the wire shelf and push it
into the cold cooking space.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
▸ Select the
«Moist» or
«Crispy» degree of regeneration.
▸ Set an end time or delayed start if necessary.
An estimated average regeneration time is used to calculate the
delayed start. The regeneration can therefore also be ended earlier or
later.
▸ Select
to start.
– Operation starts.
– The following appears in the display: «
is being determined».
– The remaining time is then displayed.
The operation cannot be extended after the end of the regeneration.
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8.7
Defrosting
Different types of food can be defrosted using «Defrosting». After the desired quantity has been entered, the duration and cooking space climate are
adjusted automatically.
Selecting and starting defrosting
No delayed start can be set.
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
▸ Select
touch button.
.
– The selection of foods appears in the display.
▸ Select the type of food.
▸ Select the desired weight or quantity.
– The operating mode settings are displayed.
▸ Select
8.8
to start.
Wellness *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
With
ing:
«Wellness», the following items can be prepared for personal well-be-
▪ Hot towels
▪ Hot wraps
▪ Hot stones for massage
▪ Cherry stone or grape seed cushions
Caution hot!
Feel the temperature of the heated objects with your hand first before
placing them on any other parts of the body.
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Hot towels
Before starting the application:
▸ Wet and wring out the towels.
▸ Place towels open in the perforated cooking tray, or:
▸ Roll up the towels to the desired size and place in the perforated cooking
tray.
Hot wraps
Before starting the application:
▸ Place the prepared towels spread as widely as possible in the perforated
cooking tray.
Hot stones
Before starting the application:
▸ Add the clean, smooth stones to suitable containers and place the containers directly on the bottom of the cooking space.
Cherry stone or grape seed cushions
Before starting the application:
▸ Add the cherry stone or grape seed cushions to suitable containers and
place the containers directly on the bottom of the cooking space.
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8.9
Hygiene *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
You can sterilise containers using
available:
«Hygiene». The following applications are
▪ «Sterilise baby bottles» replaces the need to boil baby bottles in hot water.
▪ «Prepare bottling jars» replaces the need to prepare empty jars by rinsing
them with hot water.
▪ «Preserve bottling jars» helps to preserve the jam for longer.
Baby bottles
Before starting the application:
▸ Clean the bottles.
▸ Unscrew the bottles and place all parts into the perforated cooking tray.
Once the application is finished:
▸ Place the bottles upside down on a clean kitchen towel and leave to dry
completely.
8.10
Keep warm *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
Cooked foods can be kept warm using the
«Keep warm» setting.
If the cooking space is already hot, open the appliance door and allow
the cooking space to cool down for 3 to 4 minutes before starting the
«Keep warm» function. This ensures that the food does not overcook.
The longer the food is kept warm, the greater the changes may be to
the consistency of the food.
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EasyCook
EasyCook helps you to prepare any food simply and conveniently. After
choosing the food group and food, the appliance suggests the suitable operating modes or GourmetGuide applications, including the settings and accessories.
The brochure of the same name, which you received with the operating instructions, contains the same settings information in paper form.
The values given for temperature or temperature levels and duration
serve only as guide. They may vary depending on the type and size of
the food as well as on individual preference.
9.1
Overview of food groups
Foods are categorised into different groups; an item of food can appear in
more than one group.
The following food groups can be selected:
Vegetables
Flans and pizza
Fruit
Bakery products
Herbs
Auflauf und Gratin
Mushrooms
Accompaniements
Pulses
Desserts
Grains
Dairy products
Potatoes
Eggs
Meat
Chestnuts
Poultry
Liquid foods
Fish and seafood
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9.2
Selecting foods and starting
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
touch button.
– The overview of food groups is displayed.
▸ Select the food group.
▸ Select the desired type of food.
▸ If necessary, select the shape (whole, in pieces, etc.) of the food.
▸ If necessary, select the preparation method (cooking, baking, etc.).
PowerCooking also uses microwaves in the cooking process.
▪ The display contains information about:
– Temperature
– Duration
– Preheating necessary/not necessary
– Accessories required
– Level
– Possible tips
▸ Select
.
▸ The operating mode summary is displayed.
▸ To start operation, select .
You can change the set values to a limited extend frame.
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Favourites
Up to 24 operating modes, GourmetGuide and EasyCook applications together with the settings made can be saved as favourites.
10.1
Creating favourites
▸ Select an operating mode, GourmetGuide or EasyCook application.
▸ Make the settings.
▸ Press the
touch button.
– The favourites menu opens.
▸ Select a storage space and confirm.
▸ Enter the name of the favourite using the on-screen keypad and confirm.
– The favourite is saved.
10.2
Selecting and starting favourites
▸ Press the
touch button.
▸ Choose the desired favourite and select «Yes».
▸ To start the favourite, select .
– The favourite starts.
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10.3
Changing favourites
▸ Select the desired favourite.
▸ Adjust the settings as you wish.
▸ Press the
touch button.
▸ Select the storage place or favourite that is to be overwritten.
▸ Enter the favourite name or overwrite as appropriate.
– The modified favourite is saved.
10.4
Deleting favourites
▸ If the appliance has another menu open, press the
touch button.
▸ Select .
▸ Select the favourite to be deleted.
– The following appears in the display: «Do you want to delete this favourite?».
▸ To delete the favourite, select «Yes».
– The favourite is deleted.
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Tips and tricks
11.1
Unsatisfactory cooking result...
...when baking and roasting
Result
Solution
▪ The baking or roast looks ▸ Next time, set a lower temperature and
good on the outside but is
lengthen the operating time.
still doughy or raw on the
inside.
▪ The cake collapses.
▸ Check that the settings used correspond to
those recommended in «EasyCook».
▸ Next time, set a lower temperature and
lengthen the operating time.
▸ Stir the cake mixture well. When finished,
bake immediately.
▸ For whisked sponges, beat the egg yolks /
egg whites to a foam a little longer and then
carefully fold into the mixture. When finished,
bake immediately.
▸ Follow the instructions on how much baking
powder to add.
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Result
Solution
▪ The baking has browned
unevenly.
▸ Next time, set a lower temperature and adjust the operating time.
▸ If using
,
,
and
, check that the
levels used correspond to those recommended in «EasyCook».
▸ Do not push baking tins or bulky foodstuff
right to the back of the cooking space.
▪ The baked goods have
come out lighter on one
baking tray than on the
other.
▸ Check that the settings used correspond to
those recommended in «EasyCook».
Some uneven browning is normal. More even browning is generally
achieved at lower temperatures.
...for regenerated foods
Result
Solution
▪ Regenerated food is dried ▸ Next time, set a lower temperature and reout.
duce the operating time.
▸ Use
«RegenerateOmatic moist».
▪ Too much condensate on ▸ Next time, set a higher temperature and
or around the regenerated
lengthen the operating time.
food.
▸ Use
«RegenerateOmatic crispy».
11.2
General tips
▪ Several foods can be cooked simultaneously to save energy, e.g. rice or
pulses together with vegetables with similar cooking times.
▪ With the appropriate amount of liquid, grains, e.g. rice or millet, and pulses,
e.g. lentils, cook directly in suitable tableware.
▪ Put the tableware directly on the glass dish or wire shelf.
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11.3
Saving energy
The
and
operating modes consume less energy than the
operating modes.
and
▸ Avoid opening the appliance door frequently.
▸ Only switch the illumination on when needed.
▸ For gratins, use the residual heat: for cooking times over 30 minutes, switch
the appliance off 5–10 minutes before the end of the operating time.
▸ Minimize preheating.
▸ Only preheat the cooking space if the cooking or baking results depend on
it.
Power consumption can be reduced to a minimum by selecting «Hide
time» in the user settings. Despite automatic energy-saving stand-by,
all safety functions remain active.
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User settings
12.1
Overview of user settings
Language
Assistance functions
Display
Temperature
Date
V-ZUG-Home
(depending on model)
Clock
Childproof lock
Notifications
Appliance information
Descale appliance
Demo mode
Water hardness
Factory settings
Volume
12.2
Adjusting user settings
▸ If the appliance is switched off, first press the adjusting knob.
▸ Press the
touch button.
▪ The user settings main menu appears in the display:
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▸ Select the desired user setting or submenu.
▸ Adjust the desired user setting and press the adjusting knob to confirm.
– Either the user settings main menu or the relevant submenu appears in
the display.
▸ To exit a submenu and return to the user settings main menu, select
▸ To exit the user settings, press a different touch button or the
ton.
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All user settings are retained in the event of a power failure.
12.3
Language
The language in the display can be changed. Different languages are available
for selection.
12.4
Display
Brightness
The brightness of the display can be changed.
Background images
You can turn the background image display on and off. If background images
are activated, different images are displayed depending on the menu.
Start screen *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
With this user setting, you can determine the menu that is displayed when you
start the appliance. The following menus can be selected:
▪ Operating modes (factory set)
▪ GourmetGuide
▪ EasyCook
▪ Favourites
Appliance switch-off time
If no operating mode is running but the appliance is switched on, it is automatically switched off after a certain period of time without any user interaction.
Example: After the end of an operating mode.
The appliance switch-off time can be set between 3 and 30 minutes; the factory setting is 15 minutes.
12.5
Date
The date can be retrieved and changed.
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12.6
Clock
The following time functions are available:
▪
Time
▪
Time format
▪
Time display
▪
Automatic daylight saving time adjustment
▪
Mains synchronization
Time format
The time can be displayed in the European 24-hour time format or the US
12‑hour format (a.m./p.m.).
The «12 h» setting cannot be activated if the summer/winter function
is activated.
Time display
With the «Show time» setting (factory setting), the time is dimmed between
00:00 and 06:00 (24-hour format) or 12:00 a.m. and 06:00 a.m. (12-hour
format).
If «Hide time» is selected, the displays are not illuminated when the appliance
is off.
To reduce power consumption to a minimum, select «Hide time» in
the user settings. Despite automatic energy-saving stand-by, all safety
functions are active.
Summer / winter time
If this function is activated, the switch between summer and winter time occurs
automatically.
This requires that the correct date be entered in «Calendar» in the
user settings.
If the «12 h» time format has been activated, the summer/winter time
function cannot be activated.
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Mains synchronisation
Mains synchronisation synchronises the appliance clock with the mains frequency. Irregular mains frequency can cause the clock to not run correctly. A
pulse generator inside the appliance is used when mains synchronisation is
switched off.
12.7
Notifications
Acoustic signals and instruction messages can be switched off or disabled.
12.8
Descaling the appliance
This function can be used to descale the appliance or read the remaining operating time until the next descaling process.
See Descaling (see page 89).
12.9
Water hardness
The appliance features a system that automatically indicates when it is time to
descale. The system can be optimised for households with soft water (also
through using a water softening appliance) and medium water hardness by
changing the user settings to the relevant range of water hardness.
There are three settings for water hardness:
Type
Water hardness
[°fH]
Water hardness
[°dH]
Water hardness
[°eH]
▪ Hard
36 to 50
21 to 28
26 to 35
▪ Medium
16 to 35
9 to 20
12 to 25
1 to 15
1 to 8
1 to 11
▪ Soft
12.10
Volume
The acoustic signal can be set at one of two levels of loudness or can be
completely switched off.
An acoustic signal is emitted in the event of a malfunction even if the
setting is set to «off».
A short acoustic signal is emitted when the appliance is switched off
even if the setting is set to «off» (safety function).
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12.11
Assistance functions
Illumination
The «Automatic» setting switches on the cooking space illumination:
▪ 3 minutes before a cooking process ends, e.g. in the case of an automatic
programme or an operating mode with a set duration,
▪ if the operation is ended before time, i.e. cancelled (using
button),
or the
touch
▪ when the appliance door is opened.
Press the
sensor button to switch the illumination on or off at any
time.
If the illumination is not switched off, it will go out after a maximum of
5 minutes to save electricity.
Fast heating
With the «Automatic» setting, fast heating is switched on automatically
wherever possible.
Water tank
With the «Automatic» setting, the water tank is automatically ejected when it is
empty.
Press and go
«Press and go» refers to the period of time after which an operating mode/
programme starts automatically as long as all necessary settings are available
or have been made. Adjusting the settings restarts the countdown.
«Press and go» can be switched on or off.
When
«Press and go» is activated, values between 10 seconds and
1 minute are possible; the factory setting is 20 seconds.
12.12
Temperature
Temperature unit
The temperature can be displayed in «°C» or «°F».
▪ °C:
Degrees Celsius
▪ °F:
Degrees Fahrenheit
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Default value for soft roasting
The default value is the target temperature that is automatically set when soft
roasting. With this user setting, it can be increased or decreased by up to
4 °C; the setting then applies for all cuts of meat.
Example: When using «Soft roasting seared» with a 2 °C increase in the default value, a «medium» fillet of beef is cooked to a target temperature of
59 °C instead of 57 °C.
12.13
Childproof lock
The childproof lock is to prevent children accidentally switching on the appliance.
When the childproof lock is activated, the appliance can only be operated after
first entering a code. The code is displayed in reverse order when unlocking.
The childproof lock activates 3 minutes after the appliance is switched
off.
12.14
V-ZUG Home
With V-ZUG Home, you can access your appliance using the internet and:
▪ Switch off an appliance that is still running
▪ Read a range of statistics about your household appliance
▸ To register for and configure V-ZUG Home, see www.vzug.com, «Service» or
the separate operating instructions.
12.15
Under
Appliance information
«Appliance information», you will find:
▪ A link to the Service Desk
▪ The article and serial number (FN) of your appliance
▪ The software versions of your appliance as well as the acoustic signals and
background images currently being used (depending on model)
▪ The operating data:
– Number of descaling processes already performed
– Date and time of the last descaling process
– The current steam operating time
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12.16
Demo mode
In demo mode, almost all the appliance functions are available but it is not
possible to cook with the appliance. This ensures operating safety during
product demonstrations and consultations.
It is only possible to switch demo mode on and off with a safety code.
12.17
Factory settings
If one or more user settings have been changed, these can be reset to the
factory settings.
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Care and maintenance
Risk of burns from hot surfaces!
You should allow the appliance and the accessories to cool before
cleaning.
Do not reach into the water tank compartment if the following appears in the display: «Please do not remove the water tank».
Improper use can result in damage to the appliance!
Do not use any abrasive or caustic cleaning agents, metal scrapers
that are sharp or scratch, steel wool, abrasive scouring pads, etc.
These products will damage the surfaces. Glass surfaces that are
scratched can crack.
Never use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance.
Risk of leaking microwaves.
Regularly check the appliance door, the door seal and the door
lock. If these parts are damaged, do not use the appliance in the microwave mode any more.
13.1
Cleaning the exterior
▸ Remove any soiling or excess cleaning solution immediately.
▸ Clean the surfaces with a soft cloth dampened with water and a little washing-up liquid – for metallic surfaces rub in the direction of the original polish
lines.
▸ Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
Heatable appliance drawer
The drawer can be removed for ease of cleaning.
▸ Pull out the drawer as far as the stopper will allow, lift slightly and remove
from the front.
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13.2
Cleaning the cooking space
Improper use can result in damage to the appliance!
Do not bend the temperature sensor.
Do not clean the microwave entry point with sharp objects as it is
sensitive to impacts.
▸ Clean the cooking space regularly, especially when food has been spilt.
Take care that no grease splashes or food residues harden.
▸ Any condensate or food particles must be completely removed after each
cooking session with steam.
▸ Put the glass dish or a stainless steel tray under the perforated cooking tray
or wire shelf when cooking to catch food particles and condensate.
▸ Remove any soiling from the cooking space while still hand warm. Use a
soft cloth dampened with water and a little washing-up liquid. Wipe dry with
a soft cloth.
▸ To remove dried-on soiling more easily, switch the appliance on for about
30 minutes beforehand, setting it to the
ure of 80 °C. This will soften the soiling.
operating mode and a temperat-
▸ For stubborn dirt deposits, clean the cold cooking space with a grease-dissolving spray or cream cleaner in accordance with the manufacturers' instructions.
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13.3
Cleaning the appliance door
Under no circumstances may the appliance door be removed, otherwise the protection against leaking microwaves is no longer guaranteed.
Do not use abrasive cleaning agents or cleaning aids such as steel
wool, knives, glass scrapers, razor blades, etc. to clean the door
glass. Scratches on the door glass could cause a breakage.
▸ Clean the appliance door with a soft cloth dampened with water and a little
washing-up liquid.
▸ Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
Remove cleaning products from the door seal and trim kit immediately.
Risk of damage to plastic. Protection from leaking microwaves not
guaranteed if the seals are damaged.
13.4
Cleaning the door seal
▸ Clean the door seal with a soft cloth dampened with water, but do not use
any cleaning agent.
▸ Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
13.5
Replacing the door seal
For safety reasons, the door seal must be replaced by our Customer Services.
13.6
Replacing the halogen light bulb
For safety reasons, the halogen light bulb must be replaced by our Customer
Services.
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13.7
Cleaning the accessories and shelf guides
Improper use can cause damage!
Do not clean the food probe and the water tank in the dishwasher.
▪ The glass dish, the stainless steel tray, the perforated cooking tray, the wire
shelf and the shelf guides can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
▪ The baking tray can be cleaned in the dishwasher; however, this will affect
its non-stick properties.
▪ Watermarks in the water tank can be removed using a standard descaler
(not detergent).
▸ Clean the food probe with a soft cloth dampened with water and a little
washing-up liquid.
▸ If the water tank valve drips, descale it.
Removing the shelf guides
▸ Loosen front knurled nut 1 on shelf
guides by turning it anti-clockwise.
▸ Ease shelf guides 2 away from the
screw by moving them in a sideways
direction and then take them out at
the front.
1
2
Reassembling the shelf guides
▸ Insert the shelf guides into the openings in the back wall of the cooking
space and position on the screws. Place the knurled nuts on the screws
and tighten securely in a clockwise direction.
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13.8
Descaling
How it functions
Whenever steam is produced, depending on the hardness of the local water
supply (i.e. the limescale content of the water), limescale is deposited in the
boiler.
The appliance automatically detects when descaling is necessary and indicates this information.
– After pressing the
touch button and at the Would you like to descale the
appliance now?
end of each cooking process, the following ap- You must accompany the propears in the display:
cess.
We recommend descaling the appliance whenever the warning appears in the display.
Continued failure to descale the appliance will likely impair its functions or cause damage to the appliance.
Descaling takes about 45 minutes.
Descaling interval
The time interval between descaling depends on the hardness of the water
and frequency of use. If steaming 4× 30 minutes per week, the appliance must
be descaled – depending on water hardness – roughly as follows:
Water hardness
Descale after about
Hard
5 months
Medium
8 months
Soft
12 months
Read remaining operating time
The remaining steam operating time until the next descaling process can be
read in the user settings under «Descaling».
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Descaler
durgol swiss steamer
Using the wrong descaler can damage the appliance!
Only use «durgol swiss steamer» to descale your appliance.
The descaler contains highly effective acid. Immediately rinse away
any splashes with water. Follow the manufacturer's instructions.
See «Accessories and spare parts» for where to obtain this descaler.
«durgol swiss steamer» was developed especially for this
appliance.
Standard descaling solutions are not suitable as they may
contain foam-creating additives or not be effective enough.
Using a different descaler could cause:
▪ Overfoaming inside the appliance
▪ Insufficient descaling of the boiler
▪ Damage to the appliance in the worst case.
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Starting the descaling process
The appliance must have cooled down before descaling.
Remove accessories, dishes or other objects from the cooking
space.
Do not leave the appliance unattended: During the descaling process, the descaler must be filled and the water tank must be emptied.
The appliance door must be kept closed during descaling.
When the following message appears in the display «Would you like to descale the appliance now? You must accompany the process.»:
▸ Select «Yes».
▸ The following appears in the display: «The appliance is being prepared for
descaling.»
If an acoustic signal is emitted and «
Residual heat too high» appears in the display, the appliance has not cooled down sufficiently
and the descaling process cannot be started.
▸
Allow the appliance to cool down.
▸ As soon as the corresponding message appears in the display: fill the water
tank with 0.5 l undiluted descaler, insert the tank and select .
– The descaling process starts.
– The following appears in the display: «Descaling appliance.»
For safety reasons, once started the descaling process cannot be
cancelled.
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Replacing the rinsing solution
▸ As soon as the corresponding message appears in the display, remove the
water tank, pour the rinsing solution away and fill i with 1 l warm water.
▸ Put the water tank back.
– The rinsing phase starts automatically.
– The following appears in the display: «Rinsing appliance.».
▸ Repeat the process as often as is necessary.
As the water is heated up during final rinsing, the appliance door may
steam up.
Ending the descaling process
▸ As soon as the corresponding message appears in the display, remove,
empty and dry the water tank.
▸ Wipe up any water in the bottom of the cooking space with a soft cloth.
▸ To confirm the message, select
.
– The following appears in the display: «Appliance has been successfully
descaled».
▸ To confirm the message, select
.
– The appliance is ready for operation again.
For the
,
,
or
operating modes, after descaling, the water
that is pumped back into the water tank may not be clear. This will not
affect the cooking or baking characteristics nor the quality of the food
being cooked or baked.
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Trouble-shooting
14.1
What to do if …
This section lists faults that can be solved simply by following the instructions
given. If another fault is displayed or the fault cannot be remedied, please call
Customer Services.
Before calling Customer Services, please note down the error message
in full.
Fxx/Exxx see operating instructions
FNxxxxx xxxxxx.
… the appliance is not working
Possible cause
Solution
▪ A household fuse or circuit ▸ Change the fuse.
breaker has tripped.
▸ Reset the circuit breaker.
▪ The fuse or circuit breaker ▸ Call Customer Services.
keeps blowing.
▪ An interruption in the
mains power supply.
▸ Check the power supply.
▪ Demo mode is switched
on.
It is only possible to switch off demo mode with
a safety code.
▸ Call Customer Services.
▪ The appliance is faulty.
▸ Call Customer Services.
… just the illumination is not working
Possible cause
Solution
▪ The halogen light is defect- ▸ Call Customer Services.
ive.
... the cooking time seems unusually long
Possible cause
Solution
▪ The appliance only has a
single-phase connection.
▸ Establish a two-phase connection.
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… when grilling, thick smoke is given off
Possible cause
Solution
▪ The food is too near to the ▸ Check that the level selected corresponds to
heating elements.
the «EasyCook».
▪ Grill setting is too high.
▸ Reduce the grill setting.
... no visible steam is produced when steaming
Possible cause
Solution
▪ The temperature of the
cooking space is over
100 °C.
No solution required:
Steam is invisible above 100 °C.
… hot air flows out of the appliance during microwave operation
Possible cause
Solution
▪ Normal, functional state. The heat
▸ Do not cover the ventilation slots
emitted by the food warms the air in
under any circumstances.
the cooking space. This is then discharged to the outside. The heated
air contains no microwaves.
...the food probe temperature is not displayed
Possible cause
Solution
▪ The food probe is not
plugged in correctly.
▸ Check whether the food probe is correctly
plugged into the socket.
▸ Check whether the food probe is correctly inserted in the food: The tip must be in the
centre of the thickest part.
▪ In the selected automatic ▸ If you wish to use the food probe in spite of
programme, the food
this, change to the
operating mode menu
probe cannot be used; the
and set a suitable operating mode.
symbol is illuminated
in grey.
▪ The food probe or the
socket is defective.
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...the control panel has steamed up
Possible cause
Solution
▪ Steam escaping when us- It is normal for the control panel to steam up
ing operating modes with temporarily.
steam.
▸ When closing the appliance door, make sure
that it forms a seal all the way round.
▸ If it keeps steaming up, call Customer Services.
... there is a change in the noise of the fan
Possible cause
Solution
▪ Ventilation of cooking
This is normal and reduces the energy conspace and cooling-down of sumption.
appliance occur as required.
…the appliance makes noises during operation
Possible cause
Solution
▪ The appliance may emit
Such noise is normal.
noise when operating (e.g.
switching and pumping
noises).
… the clock is not running correctly
Possible cause
Solution
▪ Irregular mains frequency
▸ Switch off the mains synchronization.
▪ Internal pulse generator is ▸ Call Customer Services.
imprecise when mains synchronization is switched
off.
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...the following appears in the display
FX/EXX see operating instructions
FN XXX XXXXXX
Possible cause
Solution
▪ Various situations can lead ▸ Cancel the error message by pressing the
to an error message.
touch button.
▸ Disconnect from the power supply for
about 1 minute.
▸ Reconnect the power supply.
▸ If the error appears again, note down the error message in full along with the serial number (FN; see identification plate).
▸ Disconnect from the power supply.
▸ Call Customer Services.
… the following appears in the display
UX/EXX see operating instructions
FN XXX XXXXXX
Possible cause
Solution
▪ An interruption in the
power supply.
▸ Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
▸ Disconnect from the power supply for
about 1 minute.
▸ Reconnect the power supply.
▸ If the error appears again, note down the error message in full along with the serial number (FN; see identification plate).
▸ Disconnect from the power supply.
▸ Call Customer Services.
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...the following appears in the display
Please open the appliance door and then close again!
System initialisation required.
Possible cause
Solution
▪ The appliance door was
open for too long.
▸ Fully open and close the appliance door.
▪ After the power was disconnected, microwave was
selected without the appliance door being opened
and closed beforehand.
– The correct function of the door lock is
checked.
...the following appears in the display
Residual heat
Do not remove the water tank.
Possible cause
Solution
▪ Water temperature in the
boiler is too high.
▸ Wait for it to cool down (this can take up to
30 minutes).
For safety reasons, water is only pumped off
when it falls below a certain temperature.
The appliance may be used without further
ado.
...the following appears in the display
Descaling failed.
Appliance has not been descaled.
Possible cause
Solution
▪ Used unsuitable descaler. ▸ Descale again using the recommended descaler.
▪ Descaling was not carried ▸ If the message does not disappear after reout correctly.
peating the descaling process several times,
note down the error message in full and the
serial number (FN; see identification plate).
▸ Call Customer Services.
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14.2
After a power failure
The user settings remain unchanged.
Brief power failure during operation
– The current operation of the appliance is aborted.
– The following appears in the display when the appliance is switched
on: «Power failure. Operation aborted».
▸ To confirm the message, select
.
– The operating modes menu appears in the display.
Brief power failure during descaling
– The descaling process is interrupted.
– The following appears in the display when the appliance is switched
on: « Power failure. Continuing descaling.»
▸ To confirm the message, select
.
– The descaling process continues.
Prolonged power failure
Scenario 1 *
* * applies only to appliances which were produced after February 2016 or
have received a software update.
The process involved in using the appliance for the first time is carried out
after a prolonged power failure. However, only the language and time need to
be reset to enable the appliance to be operated again. It is not necessary to
make any other settings.
– If a descaling process was running, the descaling process continues.
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Scenario 2 **
** applies only to appliances produced before or during January 2016.
The process involved in using the appliance for the first time is carried out
after a prolonged power failure. However, only the time needs to be reset to
enable the appliance to be operated again. It is not necessary to make any
other settings.
– The following appears in the display when the appliance is switched
on: «Power failure. Set time.»
▸ To confirm the message, select
.
– The «Clock» menu in the user settings appears in the display.
▸ Select
, set the time and confirm.
– The «Clock» menu appears again in the display.
▸ Select
.
– The following appears in the display: «Do you want to continue using
for the first time?»
▸ If you wish to make additional user settings, select «Yes».
– The relevant user settings menu appears in the display.
▸ If you do not wish to make any additional user settings, select «No».
– The appliance is ready for operation again.
– If a descaling process was running, the descaling process continues.
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Accessories and spare parts
The accessories listed below, as well as spare parts, can also be ordered in
addition to the scope of delivery of the appliance. Ordering is subject to a fee,
except in the event of warranty claims. Please give the product family of the
appliance and exact description of the accessory or spare part when ordering
parts.
15.1
Accessories
Stainless steel tray
Perforated plastic cooking tray
Wire shelf
Dual enamel
baking tray
Hardened glass dish
Food probe
EasyCook brochure
Bedienungsanleitung … Einstelltipps
Recipe book
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15.2
Special accessories
For information see:
15.3
www.vzug.com
Spare parts
Shelf guides
left/right
Knurled nut
Lid for water tank
Water tank
durgol swiss steamer
descaler
The descaler is also available from specialist retailers.
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Technical data
Dimensions
▸ See installation instructions
Electrical connection
▸ See identification plate 1
1
16.1
Note for testing institutes
The energy efficiency class according to EN 50304/EN 60350 is determined
using the
and
operating modes.
Placing thermocouples between the appliance door and the seal can cause
lack of leak-tightness and thus measuring errors.
The usable volume as defined by EN 50304/EN 60350 is obtained with the
shelf guides disassembled.
General note
Maximum load capacity: 3 kg
16.2
Temperature measurement
The temperature of the cooking space is measured when the cooking space is
empty according to an internationally accepted standard. Own measurements
can be imprecise and are not suitable for checking the accuracy of the temperature.
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16.3
Product data sheet
In accordance with EU Regulation No.: 66/2014
Brand
–
V-ZUG Ltd
Type of appliance
–
Steam cooker
Model designation
–
CSTMSLQ
Mass of SMS 55 appliance
kg
58
Mass of EURO 60 appliance
kg
52
Number of cavities
–
1
Heat source per cavity
–
Electric
l
55
Energy consumption in conventional mode )
kWh/
cycle
0.79
Energy consumption in hot air / forced convection mode 2)
kWh/
cycle
0.67
Energy-efficiency index per cavity 3)
–
85.9
Measurement and calculation methods used
–
IEC 60350
Volume per cavity
1
1
required to heat a standardised load in cavity
2
required to heat a standardised load in cavity
)
)
3
)
Measurement methods:Ssee EU Regulation No. 66/2014, Annex II, Chapter 1
Saving energy while cooking
The
and
operating modes consume less energy than the
operating modes.
and
▸ Avoid opening the appliance door frequently.
▸ For gratins, use the residual heat: for cooking times over 30 minutes, switch
the appliance off 5–10 minutes before the end of the operating time.
▸ Minimize preheating.
▸ Only preheat the cooking space if the cooking or baking results depend on
it.
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16.4
Automatic energy-saving stand-by
To prevent unnecessary energy consumption, the appliance is equipped with
an automatic energy-saving stand-by feature.
To reduce power consumption to a minimum, select «Hide time» in
the user settings. Despite automatic energy-saving stand-by, all safety
features are active.
16.5
Reference to «Open Source» licence
Your appliance contains Newlib open-source software. This is subject to the licensing conditions specified in Section 4.1 (4.1.1-4.1.8; 4.1.9; 4.1.10;
4.1.14-4.1.16) of the enclosed open-source software licence text document.
The V-ZUG interface for this appliance contains the following open-source software modules, which are subject to the licensing conditions specified in each
case by the enclosed open-source software licence document:
▪ Apache Commons Codec (Copyright © 2002-2011 The Apache Software
Foundation): licence in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Apache Commons Collections (Copyright © 2001-2008 The Apache Software Foundation): licence in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Apache Commons Configuration (Copyright © 2001-2013 The Apache Software Foundation): licence in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Apache Commons Lang (Copyright © 2001-2008 The Apache Software
Foundation): licence in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Apache Commons Logging (Copyright © 2003-2007 The Apache Software
Foundation): licence in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Apache Commons Net (Copyright © 2001-2013 The Apache Software
Foundation): licence in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Apache HttpComponents Client (Copyright © 1999-2012 The Apache Software Foundation): licence in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Apache HttpComponents Core (Copyright © 2005-2012 The Apache Software Foundation): licence in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Apache log4j (Copyright © 2010 The Apache Software Foundation): licence
in accordance with Section 1.1
▪ Gson (Copyright © 2008-2014 Google Inc.): licence in accordance with
Section 1.1
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▪ Guava (Copyright © 2007-2014 The Guava Authors): licence in accordance
with Section 1.1
▪ JavaScript Date Time Picker (Copyright © 2010-2014, Teng-Yong Ng): licence in accordance with Section 3
▪ JavaScript MD5 (Copyright © Paul Johnston 1999 – 2009): licence in accordance with Section 2
▪ Jsr305 (Copyright © 2007-2009, JSR305 expert group): licence in accordance with Section 2
▪ Newlib: licence in accordance with Section 4.1.1-4.1.3; 4.1.11;
4.1.13-4.1.19; 4.1.26, 4.1.35
▪ Pure (Copyright © 2013 Yahoo!, Inc.): licence in accordance with Section 2
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Index
A
D
Aborting
Changing recipes .............................. 55
Creating your own recipe ................ 55
Operating mode ................................ 43
Recipes ............................................... 53
Accessories ..................................... 21, 100
Cleaning .............................................. 88
Acoustic signals ....................................... 81
Activating/deactivating steam supply .. 28
Appliance door
Cleaning .............................................. 87
Appliance information ............................. 83
Appliance switch-off time ....................... 79
Defrosting .................................................. 68
Degree of moisture.................................. 66
Delayed start............................................. 40
Deleting
Own recipe ......................................... 57
Demo mode .............................................. 84
Descaler..................................................... 90
Descaling................................................... 89
Duration until next descaling process.
83
Failed ................................................... 97
Rinsing phase .................................... 92
Starting ................................................ 91
Dimensions ............................................. 102
Disconnection........................................... 15
Disposal..................................................... 15
Door seal
Cleaning .............................................. 87
Replacing............................................ 87
Duration ..................................................... 40
Recipe step ........................................ 55
B
Background images ................................
BakeOmatic ..............................................
Baking tray ................................................
Before using for the first time ................
Bottom heat ....................................... 20,
Brightness .................................................
79
58
21
11
34
79
C
Care............................................................ 85
Cleaning..................................................... 85
Accessories........................................ 88
Appliance door .................................. 87
Cooking space .................................. 86
Door seal ............................................ 87
Food probe......................................... 88
Shelf guides........................................ 88
Water tank .......................................... 88
Cleaning the exterior ............................... 85
Clearing
Favourites ........................................... 74
Clock .......................................................... 80
Combi mode
With microwave ................................. 35
Construction.............................................. 18
Cooking space
Cleaning .............................................. 86
Temperature measurement ........... 102
Cooking tray.............................................. 22
106
E
EasyCook ......................................... 71, 100
Food groups....................................... 71
Electrical connection ............................. 102
End ............................................................. 40
Extending operation ................................ 45
F
F and E messages .................................. 96
Factory settings ........................................ 84
Fast heating ....................................... 34, 82
Automatic switch-on.......................... 82
Favourites .................................................. 73
Changing ............................................ 74
Clearing............................................... 74
Creating............................................... 73
Starting ................................................ 73
FN ............................................................... 83
Food probe ........................................ 24, 42
Cleaning .............................................. 88
Food probe temperature ........................ 42
Measure only...................................... 43
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G
O
Glass dish ................................................. 23
Grill ............................................................. 32
Grill-forced convection ............................ 32
Operating and display elements........... 19
Operating mode
Aborting............................................... 43
Changing ............................................ 43
Selecting ............................................. 38
Operating mode settings........................ 39
Changing ............................................ 40
Checking............................................. 40
Operation................................................... 37
Own recipes.............................................. 54
Creating............................................... 54
Deleting ............................................... 57
H
Halogen light bulb ................................... 87
Heatable appliance drawer.................... 24
Cleaning .............................................. 85
Hold ............................................................ 54
Hot air ........................................................ 27
Hot air humid ............................................ 33
Hot air with bottom heat ......................... 31
Hot air with steaming .............................. 28
Hygiene...................................................... 70
P
Keep warm................................................ 70
Packaging ................................................. 15
Pause ......................................................... 54
Power failure ............................................. 98
PowerPlus.................................................. 35
Overview ............................................. 36
Uses..................................................... 36
PowerRegeneration ................................. 29
PowerSteam.............................................. 29
Preheating ........................................ 77, 103
Press and go ..................................... 39, 82
Product family.............................................. 2
Professional baking................................. 60
L
Q
Language................................................... 79
Levels ......................................................... 20
Load capacity ......................................... 102
Long cooking time................................... 93
Queries .................................................... 111
Quick instructions .................................. 112
M
Recipe book .................................... 51, 100
Unlocking............................................ 52
Recipes...................................................... 51
Aborting............................................... 53
Action required .................................. 53
Changing ............................................ 56
Copying ............................................... 56
Creating own ...................................... 54
Ending a step before time ............... 56
Step duration...................................... 55
RegenerateOmatic................................... 66
Regeneration ..................................... 31, 76
Regeneration time ................................... 66
I
Identification plate.................................. 102
Illumination ......................................... 82, 93
Initial set-up ............................................... 11
Instruction message ................................ 81
Instructions for use .................................. 11
K
Mains synchronisation ............................ 81
Maintenance ............................................. 85
Microwave .......................................... 30, 49
Combi mode ...................................... 35
Note on use........................................ 49
Tableware ........................................... 49
Tips ...................................................... 50
Model number ..................................... 2, 83
N
Notes ........................................................ 109
R
107
S
U
Safety ......................................................... 15
Safety precautions
Appliance-specific ................................ 9
Before using for the first time ......... 11
Correct use......................................... 11
General................................................... 8
Saving energy.................................. 77, 103
Service & Support.................................. 111
Service agreement................................. 111
Service desk ............................................. 83
Setting the time ........................................ 78
Shelf guides .............................................. 88
Cleaning .............................................. 88
Socket ........................................................ 20
Soft roasting.............................................. 61
Default value ...................................... 83
Positioning the food probe ....... 62, 63
Seared ................................................. 62
Starting ................................................ 64
Switching off before time ................. 65
With steam.......................................... 63
Software versions..................................... 83
Spare parts ............................................. 101
Special accessories ....................... 24, 101
Stainless steel tray................................... 22
Stand-by................................................... 104
Start screen............................................... 79
Steam ......................................................... 26
Summer / winter time ............................. 80
Switching off before time........................ 43
Symbols ........................................................ 7
U and E messages .................................. 96
Uneven browning ..................................... 76
User settings............................................. 78
Adjusting ............................................. 78
Overview ............................................. 78
Using for the first time............................. 16
T
Target temperature .................................. 42
Technical data ........................................ 102
Temperature sensor ................................ 20
Temperature unit...................................... 82
Testing institutes .................................... 102
Time display.............................................. 80
Time format ............................................... 80
Timer .......................................................... 44
Tips and tricks .......................................... 75
Top/bottom heat ...................................... 27
Top/bottom heat humid.......................... 33
Touch buttons........................................... 19
Type............................................................... 2
108
V
Validity........................................................... 2
Volume....................................................... 81
V-ZUG Home ............................................ 83
W
Warming plates ........................................ 25
Water hardness ........................................ 81
Water tank ................................................. 82
Automatic ejection ............................ 82
Cleaning .............................................. 88
Emptying ............................................. 48
Filling ................................................... 38
Wellness .................................................... 68
Wire shelf................................................... 23
18
Notes
109
110
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Service & Support
The «Troubleshooting» section provides valuable tips for dealing with minor operating faults. This saves you the time, effort and potential cost of having to call out
a service technician.
Information on the V-ZUG warranty can be found at www.vzug.com →Service →Warranty information. Please read this information carefully.
Please register your V-ZUG appliance immediately:
▪ online via www.vzug.com→Service→Warranty registration, or
▪ using the enclosed registration card.
This will allow you to take advantage of the best possible support in the event of a fault in
the appliance during the guarantee period. You will require the serial number (FN) and appliance designation to complete the registration process. This information can be found on
the identification plate for your appliance.
My appliance information:
FN: ___________________
Appliance: _____________________
Always have this appliance information to hand when you contact V-ZUG. Thank you.
▸ Open the appliance door.
– The identification plate is located on the left-side panel.
Your repair order
Call the free service number 0800 850 850 to contact your nearest
V-ZUG service centre. You can arrange an onsite visit by us by phone if you wish.
General queries, accessories and service agreement
V-ZUG will be happy to help you with any general administrative or technical queries, to
accept your orders for accessories and spare parts and to inform you about our progressive service agreements. You can contact us by calling Tel. + 41 58 767 67 67 or by going
to our website at www.vzug.com.
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Quick instructions
Here you will find an overview of key operating information.
Active menu
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Menu buttons
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Action buttons
Adjusting knob as a central
operating element
► Press to switch on the appliance or
to select/confirm
► Turn to set the temperature and time
or to navigate within the menu
Menu and action buttons
The menu buttons contain a selection of preparation options and user settings.
These can be selected by pressing the relevant button. The active menu is shown
in the display. You can use the adjusting knob to operate and navigate within the
menu; additional submenus can also be called up.
The function buttons provide direct access to independent functions such as illumination
or switching off the appliance .
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V-ZUG Ltd, Industriestrasse 66, CH-6301 Zug
Tel. +41 58 767 67 67, Fax +41 58 767 61 61
info@vzug.com, www.vzug.com
Service Centre: Tel. 0800 850 850
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