Hoover Domestic Appliance User Manual

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GENERAL WARNINGS
Read the instructions carefully to make the most of your oven. We recommend you keep the instructions for installation and use for
later reference, and before installing the oven, note its serial number below in case you need to get help from the after-sales service.
When you have unpacked the oven, make sure that it has not
been damaged in any way. If you have any doubts at all, do not
use it: contact a professionally qualified person. Keep packing
materials such as plastic bags, polystyrene, or nails out of the
reach of children because they are dangerous for children.
The company shall not be liable if the instructions
provided in this document are not complied with.
DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE
• The parts of this appliance that may come into contact with
foodstuffs comply with the provisions of EEC Directive 89/109.
This appliances complies with Directives 89/336/EEC,
73/23/EEC and following changes.
SAFETY HINTS
• The oven must be used only for the purpose for which it was
designed: it must only be used for cooking food.
Any other use, e.g. as a form of heating, is an improper use of
the oven and is therefore dangerous.
• The manufacturers cannot be held responsible for any damage
caused by improper, incorrect or unreasonable use.
• All accessible parts are hot when the appliance is in operation,
take care to not touch these elements.
When using any electrical appliance you must follow a few basic
rules.
- Do not pull on the power cable to remove the plug from the
socket.
- Do not touch the oven with wet or damp hands or feet.
- Do not use the oven unless you are wearing something on your
feet.
- Do not allow children or irresponsible people to use the oven
unless they are carefully supervised.
- It is not generally a good idea to use adapters, multiple sockets
for several plugs or cable extensions.
- If the oven breaks down or develops a fault switch it off at the
mains and do not touch it.
• If the cable is damaged it must be replaced promptly.
When replacing the cable, follow these instructions.
Remove the power cable and replace it with one of the
HO5RR-F, H05VV-F, H05V2V2-F type. The cable must be able
to bear the electrical current required by the oven. Cable
replacement must be carried out by properly qualified
technicians. The earthing cable (yellow-green) must be 10 mm
longer than the power cable.
Use only an approved service centre for repairs and ensure that
only original parts are used. If the above instructions are not
adhered to the manufacturers cannot guarantee the safety of the
oven.
• The oven you have just acquired has the described technical
characteristics and you must not make any modifications to it.
• Never use a steam or high-pressure spray to clean the oven.
• Do not store flammable products in the oven; they can catch
fire if the oven comes on accidentally.
• Do not press on and do not let children sit on the oven door.
• Use kitchen oven gloves, when putting into or removing a dish
from the oven.
RECOMMENDATIONS
• After each use of the oven, a minimum of cleaning will help keep
the oven perfectly clean.
• Do not line the oven walls with aluminium foil or single-use
protection available from stores. Aluminium foil or any other
protection, in direct contact with the hot enamel, risks melting and
deteriorating the enamel of the insides.
• In order to prevent excessive dirtying of your oven and the
resulting strong smoky smells, we recommend not using the oven
at too high a temperature. It is better to extend the cooking time
and lower the temperature a little.
• In addition to the accessories supplied with the oven, we advise
you only use dishes and baking moulds resistant to very high
temperatures.
Identification plate (located on the
side of the oven)
Product code : .................
Serial n° : ........................
INSTALLATION
The manufacturers have no obligation to carry this out. If the
assistance of the manufacturer is required to rectify faults arising
from incorrect installation, this assistance is not covered by the
guarantee.
The installation instructions for professionally qualified personnel
must be followed. Incorrect installation may cause harm or injury
to people, animals or belongings. The manufacturer cannot be
held responsible for such harm or injury.
The kitchen unit in which the oven is to be fitted must be made
of material resistant to temperatures of at least 70°C.
The oven can be located high in a column or under a worktop.
Before fixing: you must ensure good ventilation in the oven space
to allow proper circulation of the fresh air required for cooling and
protecting the internal parts. Make the openings specified on last
page according to the type of fitting.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT
BY AN APPROVED CONTRACTOR OR TECHNICIAN WITH
SIMILAR QUALIFICATIONS.
The installation receiving the appliance must comply with the
standard in force in the installation country.
The manufacturer does not accept any responsibility if this provision
is not complied with.
Connection to the network must be by earthed socket outlet, or
by means of a multipole circuit-breaker having a distance between
contacts of at least 3 mm.
The installation must be protected by suitable fuses, and have
wires with a large enough cross-section to supply the oven normally.
CONNECTION:
The oven is fitted with a power lead for connecting exclusively to
a voltage of 230 V AC across the phases or across phase and
neutral.
Connection must be carried out having first checked:
. the supply voltage indicated on the meter,
. the circuit-breaker setting.
The lead protection wire (green/yellow) connected to the earth
terminal of the oven must be connected to the earth terminal of
the installation.
Caution:
. Have the earth continuity of the installation checked
by an electrician before making the connection.
. The manufacturer will not be liable for any incident, or
the possible consequences that may arise from the use
of the oven not earthed, or connected to an earth with
defective continuity.
NB: Do not forget that the oven may require after-sales service.
Also, locate the socket outlet so that the oven can be connected
once it is removed from its space.
Power supply cable: if the power supply cable has to be changed,
please have this done by the after-sales service or by someone
with similar qualifications.
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OVEN EQUIPMENT ACCORDING TO THE MODEL
It is necessary to do an initial cleaning of the equipment before
the first use of each of them. Wash them with a sponge. Rinse
and dry off.
The shelf can take moulds and
dishes.
ROTISSERIE
No pre-heating is required for
rotisserie cooking.
Cooking with the door closed.
The drip tray catches the juices from
grilled foods.
Never use he drip tray as a roasting tray as fat deposits can be
quickly spread throughout the oven, which produces excess
smoke.
The pastry tray must be placed on
the shelf. It is for cooking small
pastries like choux, biscuits,
meringues, etc...
Never place the pastry tray directly on the oven bottom.
The Gril pan can be used for all
types of grilling and is also suitable
for toasting. The grill pan is supplied
with a detachable handle inside
the oven.
When the oven is in use, any unused accessories should be
removed from the oven.
TELESCOPIC SHELF KIT
CLEANING THE OVEN
.Wait for the oven to cool down before doing any cleaning by
hand.
. Never clean your oven with abrasive cleaners, wire wool or
sharp objects, or the enamel may be damaged beyond repair.
. Only use soapy water or bleach (ammonia) cleaners.
GLASS PARTS
We recommend you wipe clean the glass door with absorbent
kitchen paper every time you use the oven. If the spattering is
heavy, then you can clean with a well squeezed sponge and
detergent, and rinse. Never use abrasive cleaners or sharp objects.
OVEN DOOR SEAL
If this gets dirty, clean the oven seal with a slightly damp sponge.
ACCESSORIES
Clean them with a sponge soaked in soapy water. Rinse with
clean water and dry off. Avoid abrasive cleaners.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLY
PLACE THE TELESCOPIC
RUNNERS A IN THE OVEN
DRIP TRAY
After grilling, remove the drip tray from the oven. Take care to
pour the warm grease into a container. Wash and rinse the drip
tray in hot water with a sponge soaked in washing up liquid.
If residues remain attached, soak them off in water and detergent.
It can also go in a dish washer or be cleaned with a commercial
oven cleaner.
Never placer a soiled drip tray in the oven.
OVEN LIGHTING
Disconnect the power supply from the oven before cleaning or
replacing the lamp.
The bulb and its cover are made of material resistant to high
temperatures.
Bulb characteristics:
230 V AC - 25 W - E 14 base
Temperature 300°C
ENSURE THE RUNNERS A ARE
FIRMLY
PUSHED TO THE WALL OF THE
OVEN
To change a defective bulb, just
. unscrew the glass cover,
. unscrew the bulb,
. replace it with the same type: see
characteristics above,
. after replacing the defective bulb,
screw back the protective glass cover.
SLIDE OUT THE RUNNERS AND
POSIZION THE SHELF SUPPORT B
BEHIND THE SHELF SUPPORT B
BEHIND THE SHELF STOP
LOCATED AT THE FRONT SIDE OF
THE KIT.
COMPLETE ASSEMBLY BY
INSERTING PLAIN SHELF B AND
DRIP TRAY C.
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SERVICE CENTRE
Before calling the Service Centre.
If the oven is not working, we recommend that:
• you check that the oven is properly plugged into the power
supply.
If the cause of the fault cannot be detected:
disconnect the oven from the mains, do not touch the oven and
call the after sales service.
Before calling the Service Centre remember to make a note of
the serial number on the serial number specifications plate.
The oven is supplied with a guarantee certificate that ensures that
it will be repaired free of charge by the Service Centre whilst under
guarantee.
This appliance is marked according to the
European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product.
The symbol on the product indicates that this
product may not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point
for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment Disposal
must be carried out in accordance with local environmental
regulations for waste disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and
recycling of this product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
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CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
Display panel: time, programming of cooking mode, indicator lights,
cooking temperature function and shelf positioning
Function selector
knob
Oven selector knob
L
Button for regulation
and confirmation
Settings: quantity/weight, temperature, programming cooking and end of
cooking time - Regulated by turning the button towards “-” or “+”
To confirm settings: press the button
DESCRIPTION OF THE DISPLAY
Selected cooking mode :
Auto: illuminated display,
automatic mode
Auto off : manual mode
Booster display:
pre-heating
Programmation
display: cooking
time, timer and end
Programme symbol display: cooking
time, cooking timer and cooking end
Rotisserie
Time
ex. : 9.00
L
Indicator light:
Child safety device
Oven functionning display
and recommended livel
position
Textual zone
Indicator light
Closing of the oven door
Indicator light:
rising temperature
Cooking temperature
ex. : 200°C or
grilling functionning
Cooking quantity
(persons or weight)
BEFORE USING THE OVEN FOR THE FIRST TIME
• PRELIMINARY CLEANING
- clean the oven before using for the first time:
. wipe over external surfaces with a damp soft cloth.
. Wash all accessories and wipe inside the oven with a solution
of hot water and washing up liquid.
. Set the empty oven to the maximum temperature and leave
on for about 1 hour, this will remove any lingering smells of
newness. Ensure that the room is well ventilated while this is
being done.
• CLOCK SETTING
When the oven is connected to the electricity supply or after a
long power cut, the clock must be re-set.
. To set the clock :
1- Turn the control knob to the "Clock" symbol :
• THINGS TO REMEMBER
Confirmation of operation: modification must be confirmed
by pressing the central button.
Stopping the oven: this may be necessary if you have input
an incorrect instruction.
To stop the oven .... turn back the function selector knob to
the Stop Position.
Child safety device: To lock the oven controls, select the child
safety device. Refer to the section entitled "Programming - The
child safety device".
The cooling fan: this protects the control panel and electronics
from heat damage.
It begins and then stops automatically even when the oven is
switched off.
Oven lighting: By turning to the light symbol, you can switch
on the oven light when it is not in use.
When the oven is in use, the light stays on during all of the
oven functions and when the door is opened.
2- When the minutes flash, set the central button by turning to
the "-" or "+" symbol. Confirm by pressing the central button.
3- The hours will then flash, set with the central button by turning
to the "-" or "+", confirm by pressing the central button.
4- Turn back the control to the STOP position, the new hour is
set.
• LANGUAGE CHOICE
To change the language display, carry out the following
procedure :
1- Turn the programme selector knob to "Light" symbol.
2- Press the central button in and hold for 3 seconds. The
display panel will show ENGLISH. Turn the button until the
required language appears and confirm by pressing the same
button.
The display will disappear.
3- Your selection is now confirmed. Turn the programme selector
knob back to the
position.
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HOW TO USE THE OVEN
• OVEN MODES
AUTO Mode 6 types of the dish are recorded. Each
menu suggests different recipes with preprogramed data (quantity, temperature and
cooking time)
Manual Mode - direct access to
cooking function modes, 9
choices are offered with a preprogrammed temperature range
Pyro Mode - the oven takes
care of the entire inside oven
cleaning - Three choices are
possible ECO, NORM, SUPER
- FUNCTION SELECTOR CONTROL KNOB Keep warm Mode Keeping dishes hot
Defrost Mode
AUTOMATIC MODE
When the oven is on standby - only the time of day appears
on the display.
1- Select the type of dish you want to cook by turning the function
selector knob to the appropriate position.
3- According to the recipe selected, the following will be
displayed:
• the heating elements in operation for the particular
programme, as well as the suggested shelf position for the
food to be cooked.
... Place the food in the recommended position
• a pre-programmed (fixed setting - not variable)
... the temperature display is static.
.. PASTRY
FISH
MEAT
ROTISSERIE LEGUMES
DESSERTS..
2- Turn the central button to the correct position for the chosen
recipe. Confirm your selection by pressing the same button.
• The weight of the food to be cooked or the number of servings/
portions (variable setting, flashing display), can be chosen by
turning the central button. Select the most appropriate setting
and confirm by pressing the same button.
... the display indicating the weight of the food or the number
of servings becomes static.
The oven begins cooking in Automatic mode (the Auto sign
switch on the display) and the oven starts to heat up.
The indicator light flashes until the selected temperature
has been reached. An audible signal sounds at the end of
this operation and the indicator becomes fixed.
4- Each recipe is recorded with a cooking time.
The cooking time indicator light and the End of cooking
time indicator light appear on the display.
These settings can be adjusted by turning the programme
selector knob to "cooking time" or "end of cooking". The "cooking
time" or "end of cooking" display will start flashing. Using the
central button, modify the settings as required and then confirm
them. When you have finished, do not forget to turn the
programme selector knob back to , to confirm a new
programme.
For more details about programming, refer to the chapter entitled
PROGRAMMING.
5- When the cooking time is up, the oven switches itself off
automatically. An audible signal sounds for 15 seconds to tell
you the cycle has ended and the "cooking time" and STOP
symbols flash.
. Turn the function selector knob to . If you do not do this
the "cooking time" and STOP symbols will continue flashing.
The cooling fan will continue operating for a while and will only
stop when the oven has cooled down sufficiently.
At the end of the cooking, the indicator flashes again and stays
lighted even if the oven is switched off. It disappears only
when the temperature is sufficiently low.
NB: please note that all AUTO cooking programmes are done
without preheating. This means that the food must be placed
in the oven right at beginning of the programme.
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THE MANUAL MODE
The cooking methods suggested in manual mode are set out
in the table below. A temperature is also suggested for each
cooking method. This can be modified within a pre-determined
range.
Function
Mode
M
A
N
U
A
L
Cooking Mode
Pre-set
Temperature
Predetermined
range
220°C
50 - 280°C
Booster
Function
NATURAL
CONVECTION
FAN ASSISTED
COOKING
BOTTOM HEAT
BOTTOM HEAT +
FAN
FAN COOKING
GRILL
210°C
50 - 240°C
160°C
50 - 240°C
BOOSTER*
210°C
50 - 240°C
BOOSTER*
180°C
50%
L2
50 - 240°C
25 - 75%
L1 - L3
GRILL + FAN
ROTISSERIE
ROTISSERIE + FAN
210°C
240°C
240°C
180 - 230°C
180 - 240°C
180 - 240°C
BOOSTER*
BOOSTER*
BOOSTER*
* Booster: rapid temperature raised
1- Turn the function selector knob to the "Manual" position.
2- Turn the central button in the appropriate direction for the
required cooking method. See the table above.
Confirm your selection by pressing the central button.
... The cooking method is now set.
The heating elements in operation for the selected cooking
method are displayed.
3- The appropriate temperature according to the cooking method
selected is displayed. It can be modified within a pre-determined
range - see the table above.
To modify the temperature setting, turn the central button and
confirm the setting by pressing the same button.
... the temperature display is fixed but can be modified
during the cooking cycle.
The oven will start cooking in "Manual" mode and will start to
heat up.
The indicator light flashes until the selected temperature
has been reached. An audible signal sounds at the end of
this operation and the indicator light becomes fixed.
4- A cooking time and an end of cooking time can be programmed
by turning the programme selector knob to "cooking time" or "end
of cooking time".
The "cooking time" or "end of cooking time" display starts flashing.
Using the central button, modify the settings as required and
confirm.
When you have done this, do not forget to turn the programme
selector knob back to
to confirm the new setting.
For more details about programming, refer to the chapter entitled
PROGRAMMING.
5- At the end of the cooking cycle, turn the function selector knob
back to .
At the end of the cooking, the indicator flashes again and stays
lighted even if the oven is switched off. It disappears only when
the temperature is sufficiently low.
ALL COOKING SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT WITH THE DOOR
CLOSED • NATURAL CONVECTION Both top and bottom heating elements are in use. This method is
ideal for all traditional roasting and baking. When cooking red meat,
roast beef, leg of lamb, game, bread or foil wrapped foods.
• FAN ASSISTED COOKING Both top and bottom heating elements are used in conjunction with
the fan, which circulates hot air throughout the oven. We recommend
this method for poultry, pastries, fish and vegetables. By using this
method better heat penetration is achieved and cooking and
preheating times are also reduced. The fan cooking option allows
you to cook different foods together at different positions in the
oven all at the same time, providing even heat distribution but
without the risk of mingling tastes and smells. When cooking
different foods at the same time allow a further 10 minutes.
• BOTTOM HEAT Using the lower element. Ideal for cooking all pastry based dishes.
Use this for flans, quiches, tarts, pâté and any cooking that needs
more heat and radiation from below.
• BOTTOM HEAT + FAN The combination of the bottom heating element and fan is ideal for
fruit flans, tarts, quiches and pastries. It prevents food from becoming
too dry and encourages bread dough to rise. Place the shelf in the
bottom position in the oven.
• FAN COOKING - Both top and bottom heating elements are used
in conjunction with the circular heating element, which circulates
hot air throughout the oven. Its definition is the same as that of the
Fan Cooking method.
• GRILL using the top heating element. Success is guaranteed for mixed
grills, kebabs and gratin dishes. The grill should be pre-heated to
a high temperature for 5 minutes. White meats should always be
placed at some distance from the grill element, the cooking time
is slightly longer but the meat will be more succulent. Red meat
and fish fillets can be placed directly onto the shelf with the drip
tray placed beneath on lower shelf position.
• GRILL + FAN The top heating element is used in conjunction with the fan which
circulates the hot air around the oven. Pre heating is recommended
for red meats but is not necessary for white meats. Grilling is ideal
for cooking thicker food items such as pork or poultry. Food to be
grilled should be placed directly at the centre of the middle shelf.
By sliding the drip tray underneath the shelf it will ensure that any
juices are collected. For best results always make sure that the
food is not too close to the grill element and turn the food over half
way through the cooking time.
• ROTISSERIE During this phase both the top oven element and rotisserie are in
use. The rotisserie is best for medium sized pieces of meat. To
cook larger joints of meat turn the oven to the turbo grill position.
The rotisserie is programmed to continue rotating for approximately
five minutes after cooking, making full use of the residual oven
heat. No pre-heating is required for rotisserie cooking.
• ROTISSERIE + FAN The advantage of using the top oven element at the same time as
the fan and rotisserie is that the food is evenly cooked, preventing
it from becoming dry and tasteless.
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Meats:
It is better not to salt meats until after cooking as salt encourages
the meat to spatter fat. This will dirty the oven and make a lot of
smoke.
Joints of white meat, pork, veal, lamb and fish can be put into the
oven cold. The cooking time is longer than in a preheated oven,
but it cooks through to the centre better as the heat has more
time to penetrate the joint.
PROGRAMMATION
DISPLAY SYMBOLS
Timer in operation
Cooking time programming
End of cooking time programming
Correct preheating is the basis of successful red
meat cookery.
Grills:
• Before loading the grill:
Remove the meat from the refrigerator a few hours before grilling.
Lay it on several layers of kitchen paper: this improves seizing,
making it tastier and avoids it staying cold at the centre.
Add pepper and spices to the meat before grilling, but add any
salt after cooking. This way it will seize better and stay juicy.
Baste all the food to be cooked with a little oil. This is best done
with a wide flat basting brush. Then sprinkle with more pepper
and herbs (thyme, etc.).
Load the grill.
• During cooking:
Never pierce the food during cooking even when you turn it. This
lets the juice out and it becomes dry.
Baking:
Avoid using shiny tins, they reflect the heat and can spoil your
cakes. If your cakes brown too quickly, cover them with greaseproof paper or aluminium foil. Caution: the correct way to use foil
is with the shiny side in towards the cake. If not the heat is
reflected by the shiny surface and does not penetrate the food.
Avoid opening the door during the first 20 to 25 minutes of cooking:
soufflés, brioches, sponge cakes, etc. will tend to fall. You can
check if cakes are done by pricking the centre with a knife blade
or metal knitting needle. If the blade comes out nice and dry, your
cake is ready and you can stop cooking. If the blade comes out
moist or with bits of cake attached, continue baking but slightly
lower the thermostat so that it is finished off without burning.
KEEP WARM MODE / DEFROST MODE
The access for these two functions is direct.
• Keep Warm Mode : the top and bottom elements are used
intermittently with the fan circulating the hot air inside the oven.
Ideal for keeping dishes hot without oven cooking, suitable for
meringues and plate warming.
.... the temperature is pre-set to constant 60 degrees C
(no adjustment is available).
• Defrost mode : the top and bottom elements are used with the
fan circulating the hot air inside the oven. Wrap the food to be
defrosted in aluminium foil, shiny side out.
.... the temperature is pre-set to constant 40 degrees C
(no adjustment is available).
These two functions can be pre-programmed. To do this, turn the
programme selector knob to "Cooking time" or "End of cooking
time". The cooking time or the end of cooking time will start
flashing. Using the central button, adjust the time as you desire
and confirm. When you have done this, do not forget to turn the
programme selector knob back to
in order to confirm the
new programme.
For more details about programming, refer to the chapter entitled
PROGRAMMING.
Child safety device operational
Programmation
control knob
Locking oven door
THE TIMER:
The timer works independently of the oven and has no effect on
the heating elements. It is simply a reminder.
• Turn the knob to the Timer position. The Timer symbol will
appear. The digits 00:00 will appear on the display.
• The minutes will then flash, turn the central button to the required
number of minutes and confirm by pressing the same button.
• The hours will flash, turn the central button to the required
number of hours and confirm by pressing the same button.
• Turn the knob back to the
position.
When the time is up, the cooking time will disappear. An audible
signal will sound for 15 seconds and the Timer display will flash (to
stop it before the 15 seconds are up, just press the central button).
PROGRAMMING THE COOKING TIME:
various recipes are pre-programmed with a cooking time. In Manual
mode, Defrosting or Keep warm Mode can be pre-set, if required.
• Turn the knob to the Cooking time position. The Cooking time
symbol will appear. A pre-programmed cooking time for the various
recipes will appear, or 00:00 for other functions of the oven.
• With the minutes flashing, turn the central button to the required
number of minutes and confirm by pressing the same
button.
• With the hours flashing, turn the central button to the required
number of hours and confirm by pressing the same button.
• Turn the programme selector knob back to the STOP position
to confirm the new cooking time.
When the time is up, the cooking time will disappear from the
display. An audible signal will sound for 15 seconds and the Cooking
time and STOP symbols will flash.
• Turn the programme selector knob back to STOP. If you do not
do this, the Cooking time and STOP symbols will continue flashing.
PROGRAMMING THE END OF COOKING TIME:
various recipes are pre-programmed with a cooking time and
therefore with an end of cooking time. In Manual Mode, Defrosting
or Keep warm mode can be pre-set, if required.
• Turn the knob to the End of cooking position. The STOP symbol
will appear. A pre-programmed end of cooking time for the various
recipes will appear, or 00:00 for other oven functions or the time
of day will be shown.
• Turn the programme selector knob to confirm the end time.
• The minutes will flash. Turn the central button to indicate the
required number of minutes, and confirm your choice by pressing
the same button.
• The hours will then flash. Turn the central button to indicate the
required number of hours, and confirm your choice by pressing
the same button.
NB : with a delayed start, the end of programme time will appear
on the display with the "Cooking time" and "STOP" symbols, and
only the function mode of the oven remains.
The oven automatically calculates the start time (end time minus
cooking time).
At the end of the cycle the oven switches itself off automatically.
For 15 seconds, an audible signal lets you know that the cycle has
ended and the "Cooking time" and STOP symbols will flash.
• Turn the function selector knob to
. Unless you do this, the
symbols will continue flashing.
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PYROLYSE
CHILD SAFETY
The oven is equipped with a pyrolyser cleaning system, which
destroys food residues at high temperature. The operation is carried
out automatically by means of the programmer. The resulting fumes
are rendered “clean” by passing over a Pyrolyser wich starts as
soon as cooking begins. As very high temperatures are required
by the Pyrolyser, the oven door is fitted with a safety lock.
The pyrolyser can be stopped at any time. The door cannot be
opened until the safety lock is displayed.
NOTA : if a hob has been fitted above the oven, never use the gas
burners or the electric hot-plates while the Pyrolyser is working,
this will prevent the hob from overheating.
THREE PYROLYTIC CYCLE are pre-set.
. ECO PYROCLEAN : cleans a moderately stained oven. Operates
at a temperature of 475°C for a period of 90 minutes.
. NORMAL PYROCLEAN : cleans a normaly stained oven. Operates
at a temperature of 475°C for a period of 105 minutes.
. SUPER PYROCLEAN : cleans an heavily stained oven. Operates
at a temperature of 475°C for a period of 120 minutes.
Never use commercially available cleaning products on a Pyrolytic
oven !
Tip : carrying out Pyrolytic cleaning immediately after cooking allows
you to take advantage of residual heat, thus saving energy.
This function is essential, especially when children are around. It
prevents children from switching the oven on or altering the preset programmes.
This safety system locks the oven control panel while it is operating.
There are two levels of safety :
LIVEL 1 : Locking selector control knob and the central button.
. To activate : turn the programmation control knob to child safety.
. Action : the control knobs are inactive*.
. To deactivate : turn the programmation control knob to 0.
LIVEL 2 : Locking function selector knobs
. To activate : turn the function selector knob to child safety and
keep the central button pressed in for 3 seconds.
. Action : all the controls are inactive*.
. To dactivate : the same procedure as for activating. Turn the
function selector knob to child safety and keep the central button
pressed in for 3 seconds.
*Nota : in all cases, for reasons of safety, even when the controls
are locked, the oven can be switched off by turning the selector
knob to 0.
Before carrying out a Pyrolytic cycle :
- Remove all accessories from the oven : they cannot withstand
the high temperatures and would be damaged by pyrolytic
temperatures.
- Remove any large spillages or stains as it would take too long
to destroy them. Also excessively large amounts of grease could
ignite when subject to the very high temperatures of the Pyrolyticcycle.
- Close the oven door.
Using the pyrolytic cycle :
1- Turn the function selector knob to “Pyrolytic Mode”.
2- By using the central button select the required Pyrolytic mode,
according the degree of staining :
.. ECO PYROCLEAN .. NORM PYROCLEAN .. SUPER PYROCLEAN ..
Confirm the choice by pressing the central button.
... the oven starts the pyrolytic cycle.
On the display, the time of the end pyrolytic cycle and the “time”
and “stop” indicator lights will appear.
During the pyrolytic cycle, the locking oven door appears, it indicates
that the door is locked. The cooling fan will operate.
The indicator light flashes until the temperature required is not
reached and then it becomes fixed.
* The start of the pyrolytic cycle can be delayed by selecting an
end of time. Turn the programmation control knob to the end of
time and set the end of time required.
At the end of the pyrolytic cycle the oven will automatically switch
off.
For 15 seconds,an audible signal lets you know that the cycle has
ended and the “time” and “Stop” indicator lights will flash.
. Turn the selector knob to STOP. Unless you do this, the symbols
will continue flashing.
The oven door will remain locked until the temperature is high. So,
as the locking oven door is light, the oven can not be opened.
The cooling fan does not switch itself off until the temperature of
the oven components is reasonable.
At the end of the cycle, the indicator flashes again and stays lighted
even if the oven is switched off. It disappears only when the
temperature is sufficiently low.
Pyrolysis leaves a white residue on the oven walls. Wait for the
oven to cool completely then clean the inside of the oven with a
damp sponge to wipe off the residue.
The electronic control system records all of the cooking settings
used and with frequent usage it will calculate the degree of dirt
build up and indicate the need for cleaning.
To begin the pyro cycle follow the above instructions.
At the end of the cleaning cycle the memory will automatically reset
itself.
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