AEG B3007H-B 30” Built-in Oven

User’s Manual
B3007H-B 30” Built-in Oven User’s Manual
Congratulations on the purchase of your AEG appliance.
We are sure it will provide many years of great cooking experience.
You may find that it has different features and characteristics to your last
appliance.
It is essential you read this operation manual thoroughly to fully
understand all of the various functions and operations. Experiment with
your cooking and take advantage of the features your new appliance offers.
This manual should be retained for future reference. Should ownership of
the appliance be transferred, please ensure that the manual is also passed
onto the new owner.
Contents
A-
Installation check and warnings
Page 3 - 5
B-
Using the appliance for the first time
Page 6 - 7
C-
Electronic Programmer Operation
Page 7 - 11
D-
Cooking modes and instructions
Page 12 - 18
E-
Cleaning and maintenance
Page 19 - 22
F-
Trouble shooting guide
Page 23
G-
Installation instructions
Page 23 - 31
H-
Electrical wiring diagrams and instructions
Page 32 - 35
I-
Warranty
Page 36 - 37
2
A-
Installation check and warnings
WARNING
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
WARNING
During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements
inside the oven.
IMPORTANT:
Please ensure that the oven cavity, venting and wiring is as specified in the relevant
section G/H of this manual.
A licensed electrician must perform electrical work when installing or servicing the appliance. The
supply cable and fuse rating must be suitable for the appliance. You must never repair or replace
any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended in the operation manual.
Ventilation opening must not be covered or obstructed in any way.
DO NOT use aluminum foil on the base of ovens
The use of foil on the base of the oven to avoid spillage and improve cleaning is not
recommended. The bottom element is concealed under the base of the oven liner (not exposed).
Foil or dishes with reflective qualities must never be placed on the base of the oven during
cooking as the concentration of direct and reflected heat will damage the enamel surface.
Damage resulting from such use is not covered under the provisions of the warranty.
Initial heat up
Some smoke and smell may be noticed during the initial heat up cycle. This should quickly
dissipate. If abnormal levels of smoke are observed (i.e.: it is not food that is burning), have the
appliance thoroughly checked.
Don’t use the appliance as a space heater
The appliance must never be used for warming or heating the surrounding room. Combustible
materials must never be placed on or near the appliance.
Do not leave children alone
Children must not be left unsupervised in the area where the appliance is in use. Children must
never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.
Wear proper apparel when using the appliance
Loose fitting, hanging or highly flammable garments (such as synthetics) should never be worn
while using the appliance.
3
Use only dry pot holders
Moist or damp pot holders on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do not allow pot
holder to touch hot heating elements. Do not use a towel or bulky cloth when handling hot
cooking utensils in the appliance.
Oven compartments must never be used for storage
Items, particularly flammable materials, must never be stored in an oven or near surface units.
Do not use water on grease fires
Fires or flame should be smothered using flameproof material or extinguished using a dry
chemical or other suitable fire retardant.
Accessories
Your appliance should come equipped with the following items.
Single Oven – SEO 60, SEO 76, SEO 90



1 x pair of Retractable Slide Runners fitted to upper position and capable of being moved
to any selected position as required
1 x Deep Enameled Roasting Pan with dual height reversible Grill Rack insert – ready for
sliding into side rack positions or fitting onto Retractable Slide Runners
2 x Wire Oven Shelves that can be fitted into Retractable Slide Runners or for sliding into
side rack positions

Note: Additional Retractable Slide Runners are available as an optional extra and can be
fitted at any time

Note: Additional oven shelves and pans are available as optional extras.
Double Oven – DEO 60, DEO 76

Note Upper Oven as per Single Oven above
Lower Oven



1 x pair of Retractable Slide Runners to accommodate Enameled Grill Pan or Wire
shelves
1 x Deep Enameled Roasting Pan with dual height reversible Grill Rack insert
2 x Wire Oven shelves that can be fitted onto Retractable Slide Runners or for sliding into
side rack positions
The oven shelf support consist of 6 positions. Always remember to position the racks
before warming up the oven, and remove all the shelves and roasting pan before cleaning
operation.
The slide runners can be positioned in any of the 6 rails.
4
How to correctly place the oven shelves and roasting pan
1
2
3
4
5
6
Oven 60/76cm.
Oven 90cm.
The retractable slide runners can operate on shelf positions 2 to 6. The wire shelves can be
inserted at any shelf position, or on the retractable slide runner.
The roasting pan can be inserted on shelf positions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. It can be used with the
retractable slide runners for shelf position 6, but cannot be used with the slide runners for shelf
position 4.
When inserting the wire shelf, the riser should be positioned upwards at the rear of the oven. The
grooves at the sides of the shelves, toward the rear provide an anti-slide stability for the oven
shelves when extended.
The retractable slide runners can be inserted on any shelf position by clipping or unclipping them
between the upper and lower rail of each shelf position.
5
B-
Using the appliance for the first time
After installation remove all notification labels (not identification or warning labels) and packaging
materials. After cleaning make sure cleaned surfaces are thoroughly rinsed and wiped dry using a
clean, soft cloth.
NOTE: Oven will not operate unless time clock is set
The clock will require setting when you first turn on the power (or following a power failure). The
time of day is displayed in digital 24-hour format (ie. 18:00 is 6:00 p.m.). The power on the timer
shows the clock flashing and is increased by one unit every minute. The oven does not work until
the time is set.
Burning in
Before cooking in the appliance an initial pre-heating is required to burn off the fine oil film used to
protect the elements for shipping. The first time you heat up the oven (or grill) the oil will be given
off as smoke, which is perfectly normal.
Select a cooking mode and set the oven temperature to 180°C. With the oven door closed, leave
for approximately 5 minutes.
Repeat the above step for each cooking mode.
After completing the above make sure all controls are turned off. The oven is now ready for
cooking and grilling.
NOTE:
On oven start up or possibly at other times, due to electricity supply deviations – the
programmer may freeze on a function – if this occurs we recommend that, after checking
other solutions without success, it is recommended that power supply be disconnected to
the appliance for a few minutes, then reconnect. This may result in clearing the frozen
position, allowing you to reset the clock for normal operation.
Cooling Fan
The ovens are provided with a cooling fan motor to reduce the heat around the oven. The fan
motor is activated independently from oven temperature.
When you end the cooking program, the cooling fan will continue to operate until the oven
temperature drops below 70°C. This safeguards both the oven and the adjoining cupboards from
the possibility of temperature damage.
Safety Thermostat
Your oven is fitted with an over temperature sensor that will automatically shut down your oven
for a period if it is deemed to be overheating - this sensor is fitted to the rear wall of the oven,
inside the outer case – it will only activate in extreme circumstances and is provided as protection
to the appliance and the adjoining furnishings. If activated it will shut down the appliance for a
short time and will automatically reset allowing normal operation – you should consult your
service technician if the problem re-occurs.
6
TOUCH-CONTROL KEYS
The “touch-control” keys are operated by the fingers (just touching the key).
When using touch controls it is best to use the ball of your finger rather than the tip.
C - Electronic Programmer Operation
Temperature
display
1
2
1-2 temperature
setting
Timer functions
display
3
3 Oven
On-off
4
5
4-5Time
setting
6
6 programmer
functions selection
Oven functions
display
7
8
7-8 oven function
selection
7
SYMBOL
Lit = minute minder in
operation
Flashing = countdown
Completed by the minute
minder
DIGITS
- Oven switched on: Time of day and
selected function (alternating)
- Oven switched off: Time of day
SYMBOL
Lit = operation of heating
Elements(cooking Functions)
SYMBOL
Lit = semi-automatic or
automatic cooking programmed
Flashing = semi-automatic or
Automatic cooking completed
Flashing = semi-automatic
or automatic cooking
completed
TEMP.
PR OG.
TIMER
SYMBOL
ON/OFF
SYMBOL
SYMBOL
To dec rease the numbers
on the display
Programmer functions - Progres sive selection
(each time the key is touched)
OVE N SWITCHED OFF
OVE N SWITCHED ON
Selected function
and than
time of day
NORMAL STATUS
Time of day
NORMAL
STATUS
SYMBOL
To increase the numbers
on the display
1st
Timer
1st
Timer
2nd
Duration of a
cooking program
3rd
Stop time of a
cooking program
8
1 - DISPLAY
Clock display
With 4 digits, generally represents duration, hours, and info messages. It comprise 3
symbols representing operative conditions of times.
Pot symbol
If switched on, indicates a working cooking function, even if in manual mode. If flashing, it
indicates the end of a temporized cooking. During delayed start period, it stays switched
off, and then it switches on during effective cooking.
Auto symbol
Normally it is switched off. If on, it indicates a temporized option cooking is selected (the
oven is not in manual mode), and the pot symbol is on. If flashing together with the pot
symbol, it indicates the end of a temporized cooking. During the duration setting step, it
flashes to distinguish from minute minder.
Bell symbol
Normally switched off. If on, it indicates the minute minder is active. If flashing, it indicates
that the cooking operation is completed.
Cooking program display
It visually shows the selected heating elements in the cooking program.
The oven light is always on during cooking operations. During delayed cooking, it stays
switched off to indicate that visually represented cooking is not working.
With the “fan symbol”, when the cooking program selected uses the fan, an animation is
shown, composed of fan blades rotating in quick succession.
During delayed cooking, the animation is suspended and 4 fan blades switched on are
shown (fan not operating at this time).
Temperature display
It shows the selected temperature and is equipped with both a graphic symbol and
progress bar to display a visual thermometer.
2.1 The clock
The clock will require setting when you first turn on the power (or following a power failure).
The time on the clock will advance when the power comes back on, but the oven will not work
until the clock has been set.
2.2 Setting the time (Please set the clock before using the oven functions)
The clock setting is only allowed with the oven on stand-by.
Touch and hold button 6 (programmer function selection) for at least 4 seconds to set the
correct time.
The display shows “bell”, hold until the display shows “hour”. Using buttons 4 and 5 (+ and -)
you can set the hours and minutes. You can press button 6 to alternate between the settings
for hours and minutes, however it will switch automatically between these after 4 sec.
9
2.3 Switching the oven ON / OFF
Touch and release button 3 (on/off button), the timer display shows “On”. After two sec the
oven light and the program display are on. If after one minute a cooking program is not
activated, the oven light switches OFF and the oven goes in off position and the display
shows “OFF”. During cooking, to turn off the oven, touch and release the button 3.
3.1 Minute minder
This function does not interact with the settings, and is always available regardless of the
status of the oven.
Press button 6; the bell symbol is lit. Set the time using buttons 4 and 5 (+ and -), up to a
maximum of 180 minutes. After 4 seconds the information is accepted and the bell remains
lit.
Pressing button 6 after changing the value brings back to a timer clock mode, accepting the
value you just changed.
When the time has elapsed, a tone sounds combined with the bell symbol flashing. To end
both signals simply press any button.
During the minute minder setting step, it is possible to cancel the current value by pressing
button 3.
3.2 Manual cooking
Switch on the oven as per the paragraph 2.3. Select the oven function, the oven temperature
is suggested by default, but can be changed by pressing buttons 1 and 2 (+ and -).
3.3 Automatic cooking modes - Based on setting the duration “DUR”
Use automatic cooking to automatically turn the oven on, cook, and then turn the oven off.
1. Check the clock shows the correct time.
2. Select the function and temperature. The oven will come on.
3. Decide how long the food will take to cook.
4. Select “dur” (duration) on the clock/programmer display by using the “
with “90’”flashing on the central display, touch “
” or “
” key and then,
” keys to set the time in
minutes (maximum 180 minutes - 3 hours). To reset the cooking time touch the “
” key.
5. Decide the time you would like the oven to turn off; select “End” on the clock/programmer
display by using the “
” key and then, with the time flashing on the central display,
touch the “
” or “
” keys to set the end of cooking time (touch “
” key to change
between hours and minutes).
If there is time to wait before cooking starts, “A” will show in the clock /programmer display
and the oven will switch off but is now set for automatic cooking.
If you are already at home to turn the oven on and only want the oven to turn off
automatically, start cooking as normal, then follow step 4 or step 5 to set a time to stop the
oven.
When automatic cooking starts, “ ” will be displayed and the oven will turn on.
– To see the remaining cook time, follow step 4 up to display “dur” (duration).
– To see the set stop time, follow step 5 up to display “End”.
– To cancel automatic or semi-automatic cooking at any time see chapter “CANCELLING A
SET PROGRAMME”.
When the stop time is reached the timer will beep, “A” and “ ” will flash:
– Touch any key to stop the beeping.
– The oven will turn off on the “OVEN LIGHT” function.
– Turn OFF the oven as indicated in the “TURNING THE OVEN ON AND OFF” chapter.
10
Attention: after a power failure any automatic or semi-automatic programme is
cancelled. Turn off the oven manually.
During an automatic or semi-automatic cooking programme it is possible to change
the cooking function and the temperature at any time.
3.4 Automatic cooking modes - Based on setting a cook stop time
Turn the oven on as indicated in paragraph 2.3. Press the button “
” three times, the
” or “
”, so the time falls in
display shows “End”. Set the end time using buttons “
the following 23h59m.
Input the time following the same procedures as the clock setting: you set the hours and then
the minutes. After 4 sec from the last push of a button, the oven will operate until the
specified cooking duration time.
Select a cooking function, the oven suggests a default temperature, the temperature can be
” or “
”,.
changed by using the buttons “
After the elapsed time, the oven enters in “Cooking end” mode.
3.5 Fully automatic – (Start Later – Stop Later)
Turn the oven on as indicated in paragraph 2.3. Select a cooking function, the oven is set at
the typical default temperature for the function selected. The temperature can be changed by
using the buttons “
” or “
”.
This function is a combination of the two settings of ‘duration’ and ‘end’, set separately, in
either order (first the duration and then the end or vice versa).
Within 4 sec from the last selection, the oven will be in delayed start mode: it will later operate
automatically for the specified cooking duration and will stop at the set end cooking time.
After the elapsed time, the oven enters in “Cooking end” mode.
During the delayed start both the temperature and oven function are shown, and both are
adjustable.
The temperature bar remains off before cooking starts to show that cooking is not currently
running. All settings are turned off until the cooking commences.
3.6 End cooking mode
At the end of cooking time, the oven turns off all settings, it activates a triple beep
intermittently;
The temperature and program displays are switched off. The timer display shows the time of
day and the two symbols ‘Pot’ and ‘Auto’ flash.
To unlock the oven, just press any button below the timer display: the acoustic signal ends,
the oven is ready to receive new commands, you can select a new cooking function, or turn it
off with the button
.
3.7 Cancelling a set program
To cancel a set programme (“A” symbol activated on the programmer display):
– Select “dur” on the programmer display by touching the key “
” and then touch
“
” key.
– A set programme is also cancelled when the oven is switched OFF in the “stand-by” mode.
At the next power up the oven is not programmed.
IMPORTANT: If the oven is ON, remember to switch it off manually otherwise it does not
stop operating in the set mode.
11
D-
Cooking modes and Instructions
NOTE: cooking functions will vary from model to model – following is a
description of the functions that are available and some or all of these functions
will be included on the product you have purchased.
By pressing buttons 7 and 8 (+ and -) on the oven functions display “Pr01”, “Pr02”, etc. appear,
and the program display indicates the active heating elements in any cooking programs.
Using buttons 7 and 8 (+ and -) you can select the cooking function you wish to use from the 10
function options.
The following table summarizes the operating parameters of each cooking mode, for single and
top of double oven.
Display
description
Oven function
On
Pr01
Pr02
Light
Defrost/ food
warmer
Conventional
Pr03
Convection
Pr04
Fan Assist
Pr05
Half Grill
X
Pr06
Full Grill
X
Pr07
Fan Grill
X
Pr08
High Bake
Pizza
(Preheat)
Low Bake
Pr09
Pr10
Grill
element
Top
element
Bottom
element
Fan
element
Light
Fan
motor
Temp
min. °c
Temp
preset
°c
Temp
max.
°c
X
DEF/40
DEF
60
50
180
260
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
50
170
260
X
X
50
185
260
X
50
200
260
X
X
50
200
260
X
X
X
50
200
260
X
X
50
180
190
X
X
50
220
260
50
100
200
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
The following table summarizes the operating parameters of each cooking mode, for bottom of
double oven.
Display
description
On
Pr01
Pr 02
Pr03
Pr04
Pr05
Oven function
Light
Conventional
Low Bake
Fan Assist
High Bake
Fan Grill
Grill
element
Top
element
Bottom
element
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Fan
element
Light
X
X
X
X
X
X
Fan
motor
X
X
X
Temp
min.
°c
Temp
preset
°c
Temp
max.
°c
50
50
50
50
50
180
100
185
180
180
260
200
260
190
190
12
USING THE LOWER CAVITY- COOKING FUNCTIONS IN BOTTOM OVEN
The default setting for the double oven is for the top oven (display will show ‘top’ in the display
when you press the Oven On-Off button (button 3). To select the lower oven in the double oven,
simultaneously press buttons 4 and 5 (“+” and “-“) buttons of the timer function, until ‘bot’ is
shown in the clock programmer display.
Turn the oven on as indicated in the “switching the oven ON/OFF” chapter, paragraph 2.3. Select
the oven function and temperature as indicated in the chapter COOKING MODE AND
INCTRUCTIONS.
PREHEATING
Preheating the oven is not essential, but you will achieve better results if you do. Some foods,
particularly cakes and pastry, are better cooked in a preheated oven. Other foods, for example
casseroles, cook just as well when cooked in a non-preheated oven but may need longer cooking
times.
For faster preheating select Pizza Mode/Pr09 and the required temperature and once the oven
has reached the required level change to the cooking mode/function for the task.
To preheat the oven:
1- Set the mode required for preheating.
2- Set the oven to the desired temperature.
Preheating guide (for 180°C settings)
Cooking Mode
Preheat Time
CONVENTIONAL
20-30 MINUTES
OVEN
PIZZA MODE
15-20 MINUTES
NOTE:
Any food or other cooking utensils placed in the oven during preheating will affect the preheating
time. The preheat time may also vary with installations.
WARNING
When using an alternative cooking mode for fast preheat, be sure to turn the cooking mode to
your required setting before placing food in the oven.
HINT:
To allow for heat loss while placing food into the oven, preheat the oven 10-20°C higher and then
reduce the temperature to your required cooking temperature.
Always preheat the oven when cooking multiple dishes at the same time.
13
Roasting guide. These cooking charts are intended as a guide only. Temperature and cooking
times may vary to suit individual tastes.
Type of Meat
Approx. 450 grams =
1lb
Beef
Veal
Lamb
Pork
Cuts of Meat
Prime Rib, rolled
sirloin bolar blade,
Top Loin, New York
Strip Sirloin
Shoulder or leg (with
bone or rolled)
Leg, shoulder (loin or
rolled)
Leg loin
Time per lb
(allow)
Oven Temperature
0
C
30 minutes per 1lb
1800 – 2000
20 minutes per 1lb
1800 - 2000
20-25 minutes per 1lb
1800 - 2000
20-25 minutes per 1lb
1800 - 2000
45 minutes per 1lb
2200-2300 / 1800-2000
Pork leg should be cooked at a higher temperature for the first 15-25 minutes then reduced to
lower temperature for remaining cooking time.
Type of Poultry
Size of Meat
Time per lb
Oven Temperature
0
C
Chicken
Whole or pieces
30 minutes per lb.
1800 - 2000
Duck
3lbs – 4.1lbs
Turkey
5.4lbs – 21lbs
30 minutes per lb.
+ 35 minutes extra
40-50 minutes per lb.
+ 35 minutes extra
1800 - 2000
1800 - 2000
.
Turkey should be well basted and turned during cooking
Type of Fish
Cuts of Fish
Time per lb
Fish
Whole or fillets
10 minutes per lb.
Oven Temperature
0
C
170-1900C
In Conventional Oven mode, fish should be covered for the first ¾ of the cooking time to help
retain moisture.
Baking guide. These cooking charts are intended as a guide only. Temperature and cooking
times may vary to suit individual tastes.
Oven Temperature 0C
General Times
Foods Suitable
1300 – under
Very slow
Small meringues, pavlova, custard, reheating
1300 - 1500
Slow
Rich fruit cake, light fruit cake
1500 - 1800
Moderate
1800 - 2000
Moderately hot
2000 - 2300
Hot
Casseroles, deep butter cake
Shallow butter cakes, sponges, biscuits, meat loaf,
baked fish
Swiss roll, patty cakes, rock cakes, short crust pastry
Very Hot
Scones, Choux pastry
2300
– and over
DEFROST / Pr01
14
All foods may be defrosted using the Fan Forced Convection mode. It is important to note
that this function actives the fan motor and the light only, but it is possible to adjust the
temp between 40°C to 60°C after the program starts.
As a general guide, the defrosting time for meat is approximately 15-20 minutes per lb.
CONVENTIONAL OVEN / Pr02
In this traditional mode, oven heat is provided from the top and lower oven compartment and is
most suitable when cooking on a single shelf. For best results, arrange the shelves so the top of
the food is near the centre of the oven.
If cooking on more than one shelf, always preheat the oven and position the pans to allow as
much free circulation of heat as possible.
Depending on the food, you may need to rearrange the tray position during cooking.
1234-
Adjust oven shelves to desired position/s.
Select Conventional Oven mode.
Set the oven to the desired temperature.
When cooking is complete turn the oven off.
HINT:
If water is used in your cooking (such as water placed in a baking dish) the water will evaporate in
the oven in the form of steam. The level of condensation will be reduced when cooking in fan
oven mode where excess moisture is circulated and evaporates during the cooking cycle.
NOTE: Stand clear of the oven when opening the door as steam may escape rapidly.
FAN FORCED CONVECTION / Pr03 – most commonly used function
In this mode the oven fan circulates heat from behind the fan cover to give a more even
temperature throughout the oven. The even heat provides similar cooking results for each portion
of food. Although temperatures for cooking foods in this type of oven are generally the same as
required by a conventional oven, when cooking foods that require lengthy cooking cycles a fan
forced oven normally cooks more quickly, saving time and energy.
Always place the food as near to the centre of the oven as possible. If cooking on more than one
level, arrange the pan positions to allow for free circulation of heat.
1234-
Adjust oven shelves to desired position/s.
Select FAN OVEN mode.
Set the oven to the desired temperature.
When the cooking is complete turn the oven off.
HINT:
Always preheat the oven when cooking on multiple shelves at the same time.
Depending on the food, you may need to rearrange the tray positions during cooking.
15
FAN ASSIST / Pr04
This style of cooking provides traditional cooking heating from top and bottom elements with the
assistance of a circulation fan to ensure fast even results. This mode is most suitable for delicate
cooking such as cakes, pastries, gateaux, biscuits and yeast dough. Best results when
thermostat is set to 150-180 degrees – depending on recipe.
HALF GRILL / Pr05
FULL GRILL / Pr06
This mode of cooking uses infrared heat from the top of the oven to cook foods to your
requirements. Half grill engages only the inner band of the top element and is suitable for smaller
volumes and consequently has a lower energy usage.
This method of grilling in the oven is recommended for short duration (5 minutes or less)
grilling only, which is ideal for toasting (see note below). Foods with higher fat content or
foods, which require more than 5 minutes grilling time, should be grilled using the FAN
GRILL mode.
When in GRILL mode the oven door should be closed. If the door is not closed, over time
discoloration to the control panel may occur.
12345-
Commence grilling from a cold oven whenever possible.
Place food on grill rack and pan supplied.
Position the shelf to your preference.
Select GRILL mode and, turn to your desired heat setting.
When cooking is complete turn the oven off.
NOTE:
The grill element is controlled by the oven thermostat. Once the temperature in the oven has
reached the selected temperature the element will switch off, and then on again, when more heat
is required.
NOTE: The temperature setting in FULL & HALF GRILL mode must not exceed 200°C.
FAN GRILL / Pr07
NOTE: Door must be closed in Fan Grill Mode
Fan grilling is a combination of direct heat and circulated hot air which gives the appearance and
flavor similar to rotisserie cooking which is ideal for single level roasts. Direct infrared heat from
the grill element is circulated by the fan to cook the food, which should be positioned as near to
the centre of the oven as possible.
For best cooking results, it is recommended that food be turned once only.
1- Oven door must be closed in Fan grill mode.
16
2- Place food on grill rack and pan supplied (ensure grill rack is inverted to the high position
to allow best circulation of air) as close to the centre of the oven as possible.
3- Select FAN GRILL / Pr07 mode.
4- Set the oven to the desired temperature. (see note below and refer to FAN GRILL
temperature guide).
5- When cooking is complete turn the oven off.
NOTE:
Large grill pans or roasting dishes can restrict the circulation of air in the oven. To prevent
moisture condensing in the cooler lower sections of the oven, preheat the oven for approximately
10 minutes, using CONVENTIONAL OVEN or HIGH BAKE modes, prior to fan grilling.
NOTE: The temperature setting in FAN GRILL mode must not exceed 200°C.
Fan grill guide
These cooking charts are intended as a guide only. Temperatures and cooking times may vary to
suit individual tastes.
Type of meat/poultry/fish
Chicken – whole
Pieces
Lamb - loin/rack
Chops - medium/rare
Chops – medium
Beef- Steak – rare
Steak – medium
Steak – well done
Pork Chops – medium/rare
Chops - medium
Chops – well done
Sausages- thin
thick
Fish fillets
Oven Temperature 0C
1750 - 1850
1850 - 1950
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
1900 - 2000
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
Approximate Cooking Time
30 minutes per lb
15-20 minutes
25 minutes per lb
10-12 minutes
14-16 minutes
6-8 minutes
8-12 minutes
12-15 minutes
6-10 minutes
10-12 minutes
12-15 minutes
8-10 minutes
12-14 minutes
10-14 minutes
Sliced vegetables
Tomato halves
Crumb Based dishes
Pasta dishes
1800 - 1900
1900 - 2000
1750 - 1850
1750 - 1850
20-30 minutes
6-8 minutes
20-30 minutes
20-30 minutes
17
HIGH BAKE / Pr08
The HIGH BAKE mode uses the oven fan to circulate air with heat from the lower oven element.
Quick and consistent heat is evenly distributed throughout the oven.
The results are quick, not unlike a microwave oven. With the circulation of heat, foods cooked
with high bake mode retain a crisp, dry texture on the outside especially pizza, pastry and other
foods where you want the base to be well cooked. HIGH BAKE is also excellent for re-heating.
1234-
Adjust oven shelves to desired position/s.
Select HIGH BAKE mode.
Set the oven to the desired temperature.
When cooking is complete turn the oven off.
PIZZA / Pr09
This function is excellent as the fastest setting to preheat the oven, engaging maximum power to
heat the oven to a selected temperature before selecting an appropriate function and temperature
for a task.
In this position the fan and the fan element, together with the bottom oven element, are engaged
simultaneously. This is used for food that requires a concentration of cooking to the base, and
allows the top to gently cook at the same time.
For best results for pizza and similar items we recommend this function.
CLASSIC BAKE / Pr10 (Low Bake for double oven only)
This function must be used in conjunction with the thermostat. Set the temperature between 50°C
to 120°C. The door must remain closed
18
E-
Cleaning and Maintenance
1. Cleaning and maintenance
Proper cleaning and care of your appliance is essential to maintain its appearance and durability.
NOTE:
People with sensitivity to cleaning chemicals must take the necessary precautions. It is
recommended that protective gloves be worn while cleaning the appliance. Routine cleaning of
the appliance should only be performed when the appliance is at room temperature.
Do not use any acid or caustic cleaners, abrasive powders or scourers on the interior or
exterior of the appliance. Substances or items with these properties may discolor or damage
the finishes of your appliance. If any abrasive, acidic or caustic substance or cleaning agent
should come into contact with the appliance, rinse off immediately with water, taking special care
to avoid injury if surfaces are hot.
When using the appliance, it may be soiled by food spills and spatters or foreign items such as
plastics accidentally coming into contact with warm or hot surfaces. Foods which contain acidic
substances or sugar can discolor or damage enamel finishes.
The enamel interior of the oven is a hard durable finish which is resistant to wear and
discoloration. However, to maintain the appearance and durability of the finish any spills must be
wiped off immediately. This should be done even if still hot and necessary precaution must be
taken to avoid injury. Once cool the affected area should be thoroughly cleaned and rinsed using
non-abrasive, mild cleaning detergents and water.
2. Care for stainless steel
No metal is indestructible and certain procedures should be followed to maintain the finish and
durability of stainless steel.
Never leave stainless steel items unwashed. The surface responds best to gentle cleaning
methods, scouring materials and harsh abrasives should not be used. Frequent washing with
water (preferably hot) is the recommended treatment, followed by rinsing with fresh clean water
and wiping dry with a soft cloth or paper towel.
A little soap or detergent may be added to the washing water but too much can produce a cloudy
film over the appliance. Use of steel wool is not recommended but stainless steel wool (a fine
mesh pad) is an excellent cleaning aid. Oil or grease in the washing water can leave a rainbow
film when it dries. It can easily be removed by simply using polishing and cleaning methods
described previously. Thoroughly rinsing with clean water is the real secret and it is a surprise
how easily stainless steel can be kept sparkling clean by using the above simple method.
Never leave stainless steel to dry by itself.
3. Only place cookware on oven shelves.
Other surfaces such as trims are not totally resistant to hard materials or direct heat and may be
permanently damaged by such use.
19
Recommended cleaners
Mild detergents and warm water together with a clean, soft, non-abrasive cloth achieve good
results for normal cleaning. Diluted washes with ammonia and water should rinse away any
adhesive residue or gummy deposits on the appliance surfaces. Eucalyptus oil (small amounts) is
also good for removing adhesive residue. Alcohol based products (eg: methylated spirit, etc.) are
not recommended. Brand name cream cleansers and concentrates, without abrasive qualities,
can be used in small amounts to break down greasy deposits and dirt. After cleaning make sure
cleaned surfaces are thoroughly rinsed to prevent any risk of baked on cleaner residues and wipe
dry with a clean, soft cloth.
NOTE:
When cleaning stainless steel surfaces AEG recommends 3M brand or Advance stainless steel
cleaner. Other reputable brand cleaners specifically formulated for cleaning stainless steel may
also be acceptable. Do not use steel soap pads or abrasive scourers of any kind. The abrasive
qualities of these pads will ruin the even brushed finish of the stainless steel and any residual
metal fibers may corrode causing a rusty/dull appearance. Metal polishes with abrasive qualities
are also not recommended.
WARNING:
Do not use any acid or caustic cleansers or abrasive powders or scourers on the interior
or exterior of the appliance.
Routine cleaning
Ensure all controls are in the off position and the appliance is cool before cleaning. When wiping
stainless steel surfaces with a brushed finish, wipe in the same direction as the brushing.
To clean the oven interior, fully open or remove the door(s) for better access while cleaning. The
shelves and shelf guides can be lifted out for cleaning by removing the relevant thumb screws.
The shelves and shelf guides can be washed manually but are also dishwasher safe.
If using commercial oven cleaners, choose only non-caustic cleaners and follow the
manufacturer’s instructions. Avoid contact with elements, rubber door seals and exterior surfaces.
After cleaning make sure all surfaces are thoroughly rinsed and wiped dry with a clean, soft cloth.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass since
they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
DO NOT USE A PORTABLE STEAM CLEANER TO CLEAN THE OVEN.
20
Self Cleaning Panels
The range is equipped with 3 panels (2 sides and rear). They are attached to the sides by
removing the rack guide assembly and placing the self cleaning panels against the oven side.
The rear panel is attached with screws, ensure that the «rough» side is facing out. These liners
are «self cleaning» during the cooking. If residue remains on them after cooking, empty the oven
of food, and remove all shelves and pan, and turn the selector to Conventional oven (top and
bottom element) and thermostat to MAX; 15-20 minutes should be adequate to clean the panels
using this method.
How the Self cleaning panels work.
The self-cleaning oven panels go through a special enamelling process which ultimately creates a
rough surface (this is the side which should face outwards in the oven). Because of the structure
of the surface, it is extremely porous and attracts oxygen. When the splashes of grease hit this
surface it immediately spreads. In this way, immediate oxidization of the grease occurs, and it
ultimately disappears while the oven is in general use at standard cooking temperatures. The self
cleaning panels are located on the sides and on the rear of the oven, and are designed to cope
with fatty stains very efficiently. For stains on the bottom of the oven, the usual causes are sugar
or starch overflows.
The self cleaning panels are manufactured using a special enamelling process.
The base of the oven should cleaned by using soapy water (see procedure on pages 22-23) with
a soft clean cloth or sponge and newspaper.
BEWARE: Never use silicone films (polish or cleaners) on self-cleaning panels - they will
be rendered useless. Similarly, NEVER try to wash with detergent, or use abrasive
cleaners on the panels
Drop Down Grilling Element (in some models)
The removal of a single screw at the front of the upper grill element allows the grill to drop down
to facilitate the cleaning of the oven ceiling. On completion of cleaning, simply replace the grill
element and secure with the screw.
To avoid smoking, use a clean, damp cloth to regularly clean oil and fat splatters from
the exposed drop down grilling element.
The fan cover can be lifted out for cleaning separately by removing the retaining screws on the
rear panel. The fan blade can also be removed for cleaning if necessary.
NOTE: The fan blade nut has a left-handed thread.
21
Removing oven door (pull down door models only)
The oven door can be easily removed for better access while cleaning. To remove the oven door:
1.
2.
3.
Open the door fully and fit the supplied pin in the holes in the hinges on each side.
Raise the door slightly, holding the sides of the door about half way up. Make sure
the pin stays in the hole the entire time. Lift the door gently. This should
disconnect the hinges from the oven frame.
Remove the door by continuing to raise it while pulling the door away from the oven.
When handling the door be careful not to dislodge the pin from the hole. If the pin
does dislodge, the hinge will have to be closed by hand and the pin re-fitted onto the
hole before re-fitting into the oven.
To re-fit the oven door:
i.
ii.
iii.
Holding the door at an angle to the oven, slide the hinges into the oven frame,
making sure that on each side the top curved arm fits into the top slot and the lower
arm fits into the bottom slot.
Make sure the hinges are pushed as far as they will go and the lower arm engages
into the plate mounted in the oven frame.
Open the door fully and ensure the pin fully disengages from the hole. The door can
now be opened as normal.
Changing the light bulb
WARNING:
Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility
of electric schock
The light bulb is located behind the glass cover and is a push-in design.
To change a light bulb:
1- Gently lever out the glass cover only.
2- Pull the light bulb and push in a replacement bulb.
3- Replace the glass cover making sure it fits correctly into place.
NOTE:
Recommended bulb: Halogen 40W / 240V
22
F-
Trouble Shooting Guide
Symptom
No power supplied to appliance
Oven power is on but appliance does not
operate
Oven power is on but there is no heat
Rubber seal has gap/s at bottom and
ends do not meet
Display is flashing, is only part
illuminated or is cycling through various
displays.
G-
Remedy
Has the power been disconnected? Check the meter
box. Has the main fuse or circuit breaker blown or
tripped?
Oven may be set on AUTO (see auto programmed
cooking)
Oven may be set on AUTO
Oven temperature may be set OFF
Mode may be on incorrect selection
Correct - doors are sealed this way for oven venting
purposes
Turn power supply to appliance off, wait 30 seconds and
turn power on. Reset clock
Installation instructions.
INFORMATION FOR THE INSTALLER
THE GRAB HANDLES MUST BE USED TO MOVE THE OVEN.
WHEN THE OVEN IS HALF FITTED IN THE CABINET, IT IS POSSIBLE TO REMOVE THE
TWO HANDLES BY UNSCREWING THE FOUR FIXING SCREWS.
DO NOT LIFT OVEN BY THE FRONT DOOR AS THIS WILL DAMAGE THE OVEN
WARNING:
Installation must comply with Standards North America (within North America) wiring rules, as
well as your local electrical and building codes and regulations and any other applicable
requirements. Your appliance must be properly installed and grounded by a qualified and
licensed technician.
Incorrect installation of the appliance, resulting from the kitchen contractor not following the
detailed installation specifications, can affect the appliance performance. Ovens incorrectly
installed may invalidate the warranty and we strongly recommend that the oven cavity and
venting be prepared, as described, in the following specifications. This is critical to appearance,
oven performance and safety.
Measurements
Please note that all dimensions provided are in millimeters (mm.) The sizes allow for only a small
degree of error so all cut-outs must be precise and square. To ensure the cabinet is well finished,
the cut edges must also be square and care taken to ensure the cut edges are free of chips.
23
SEO 60EL - Single Oven Measurements (under counter installation)
Unit Dimensions
D: 217/8” x H: 243/16” x W: 231/2”
D: 55.5 cm x H: 61.5 cm x W: 59.7 cm
Cut-Out Dimensions
D: 221/4” x H: 233/16” x W: 227/16”
Void Cutout
When built under counter, there must be a void in the
rear of the cabinet. Leave 4” all around the void.
D: 56.5 cm x H: 61.4cm x W: 57cm
24
SEO 60EL - Single Oven Measurements (wall mounted installation)
Unit Dimensions
D: 217/8” x H: 243/16” x W: 231/2”
D: 55.5 cm x H: 61.5 cm x W: 59.7 cm
Cut-Out Dimensions
D: 221/4” x H: 233/16” x W: 227/16”
Void Cutout
When mounted in a wall cabinet there must be a void
cut in the base on which the oven sits, and the rear
cabinet. Leave 4” all around the void.
D: 56.5 cm x H: 61.4cm x W: 57cm
25
SEO 76BLH - Single Oven Measurements (under counter installation)
Unit Dimensions
D: 217/8” x H: 243/16” x W: 293/16”
D: 55.5 cm x H: 61.5 cm x W: 75.8 cm
Cut-Out Dimensions
D: 221/4” x H: 243/16” x W: 281/2”
D: 56.5 cm x H: 61.4 cm x W: 72.4 cm
Void Cutout
When built under counter, there must be a void in the
rear of the cabinet. Leave 4” all around the void.
Additional support may be added to the shelf with the
void to help support the weight of the oven.
26
SEO 76BLH - Single Oven Measurements (wall mounted installation)
Unit Dimensions
D: 217/8” x H: 2413/16” x W: 293/16”
D: 55.5 cm x H: 61.5 cm x W: 75.8 cm
Cut-Out Dimensions
D: 221/4” x H: 243/16” x W: 281/2”
D: 56.5 cm x H: 61.5 cm x W: 72.4 cm
Void Cutout
When mounted in a wall cabinet there must be a void
cut in the base on which the oven sits, and the rear
cabinet. Leave 4” all around the void.
Additional support may be added to the shelf with the
void to help support the weight of the oven.
27
SEO 90EL - Single Oven Measurements
610 mm
615 mm
m
7 70 m
56
5
m
m
m
896 m
VOID (Cut-out)
614 mm
Cut-out:
58
5
m
m
m
86 0 m
Unit Dimensions
D: 217/8” x H: 241/4” x W: 353/8”
D: 55.5 cm x H: 61.5 cm x W: 89.8 cm
Cut-Out Dimensions
D: 235/8” x H: 241/4” x W: 337/8”
D: 60 cm x H: 61.5 cm x W: 86 cm
Void Cutout
When mounted in a wall cabinet there must be a void
cut in the base on which the oven sits, and the rear
cabinet. Leave 4” all around the void.
Additional support may be added to the shelf with the
void to help support the weight of the oven.
28
D2006M-M - Double Oven Measurements
Unit Dimensions
D: 217/8” x H: 451/16” x W: 235/8”
D: 55.5 cm x H: 114.4 cm x W: 56.2 cm
Cut-Out Dimensions
D: 221/4” x H: 443/4” x W: 227/16”
D: 56.5 cm x H: 113.7 cm x W: 57 cm
Weight: 245lbs (111kg)
Void Cutout
If mounted in a tall or demi-tall cabinet, there must be a
minimum gap of 19/16” (4cm) cut out of the shelf and behind
the upper cabinet for air flow.
A void must be cut in the base shelf on which the oven sits, and
the rear cabinet. Leave 4” of material around the void.
Additional support will be required for the base of the double oven.
29
DEO 76-L - Double Oven Measurements
Unit Dimensions
D: 22” x H: 451/16” x W: 293/4”
D: 55.8 cm x H: 114.4 cm x W: 75.8 cm
Cut-Out Dimensions
D: 221/4” x H: 443/4” x W: 281/2”
D: 56.5 cm x H: 113.7 cm x W: 72.4 cm
Weight: 265lbs (120kg)
Void Cutout
If mounted in a tall or demi-tall cabinet, there must be a
minimum gap of 19/16” (4cm) cut out of the shelf and behind
the upper cabinet for air flow.
A void must be cut in the base shelf on which the oven sits, and
the rear cabinet. Leave 4” of material around the void.
Additional support will be required for the base of the double oven.
30
Preparing the oven cavity
WARNING:
It is important to the performance of the oven and the protection of adjoining cabinets that
the following installation preparation is observed.
1. The oven cavity floor should accommodate an opening to allow a satisfactory flow
of air to circulate around the appliance.
2. If possible the rear wall of the oven cavity should also have an opening – it should
be clear to allow for improved air circulation around the appliance.
The above steps will greatly reduce the outer oven surface temperatures making the
kitchen environment safer. It will also protect both the appliance and the adjoining
cabinets.
Void Cutout
9
If the oven is mounted in a tall or demi-tall cabinet, there must be a minimum gap of 1 /16” (4cm)
cut out of the shelf and behind the upper cabinet to allow air to flow freely.
A void must be cut out in the shelf of the cabinet. Leave 4” of shelf material around the void.
When installing a double oven additional support must be added to the shelf with the void. The
support must be able to withstand a minimum weight of 245 lbs (111kg) for the 24” double oven
and 265lbs (120kg) for the 30” double oven.
If insufficient airflow is provided, the life of the appliance will be shortened.
NOTE: Install false backs for storage spaces. This will prevent contents from falling through the
vent space. In addition, warm air will not interfere with your stored contents.
Securing the oven
Once correctly wired into (while electrically isolated from) the main power, place the oven into the
recess and ensure the appliance is parallel to the front fascia of the enclosure, use packing under
the appliance if necessary. Four screws are supplied to secure the oven to the cupboard cavity.
The fixing holes are in the oven trim surrounds (visible when you open the oven door/s). Slide the
oven fully into the recess and insert the four screws through the mounting holes and into the
cupboard surround to secure the oven position. We recommend a flush to cupboard face
installation. The measurement of the front trim of the oven (20mm) is designed to equal normal
cupboard facing material after allowing for the body of the oven to be secured against the
cupboard frame.
31
H - Electrical wiring diagrams and instructions
WARNING:
All aspects of the installation must conform with the requirements of the standard North
American wiring rules, as well as your local electrical and building codes and regulations,
and any other applicable requirements or conditions of your local power supply authority.
A licensed electrician must perform the electrical work when installing this appliance. The
supply cable and fuse rating must be suitable for the appliance.
240 Volt 60Hz 30AMP single/40AMP double service
208 Volt 60Hz 20AMP single/40 AMP double service
SEO60 Single Oven
Condominium Electrical Requirements: 208 Volt, 60hZ, 2780 Watt, 20 AMP
Residential Electrical Requirements: 240 Volt, 60hZ, 3660 Watt, 20 AMP
SEO76 Single Oven
Condominium Electrical Requirements: 208 Volt, 60hZ, 3460 Watt, 20 AMP
Residential Electrical Requirements: 240 Volt, 60hZ, 4580 Watt, 30 AMP
DEO60-L Double Oven
Condominium Electrical Requirements: 208 Volt, 60hZ, 4550 Watt, 30 AMP
Residential Electrical Requirements: 240 Volt, 60hZ, 6050 Watt, 30 AMP
DEO76-L Double Oven
Condominium Electrical Requirements: 208 Volt, 60hZ, 6000 Watt, 40 AMP
Residential Electrical Requirements: 240 Volt, 60hZ, 8150 Watt, 40 AMP
WARNING:
AEG ovens are supplied with a 5’ long electrical cable and must be hard wired to the
electrical supply. AEG ovens use Red and Black live wires and Green for ground. A
licensed electrician must connect the armour cable and 3 wires into the electrical
connection box. The white, or Neutral wire is not used, and must be capped using a
marette.
To avoid power borne interference, this appliance must be installed individually on a separate and
distinct final sub-circuit.
Note:
To the electrician – please ensure sufficient supply cable is provided to allow the appliance to be
removed from the cavity should any servicing be necessary. This will also allow easy connection
of the supply.
32
Voltage supply connection
To connect the electrical supply:
1- Ensure the supply cable and fuse rating are suitable for the appliance (see the electrical
loading).
2- Remove the cover plate by undoing the screw.
3- Fit a suitable entry bush to the conduit entry on the rear left of the appliance (with the rear
toward you) and feed the fixed wiring through.
4- Connect the wiring to the terminal block using the screw connections provided. Ensure
the wires are properly secured to prevent any high resistance electrical connection.
5- Replace the cover plate making certain that the supply wiring is clear of any metal work
and the screws.
When connected to a sub circuit, protected by a circuit breaker, it is recommended the circuit
breaker be the same as the total rating of the appliance.
33
34
TS
TS1
TCLCB
GE FE
OL
FM
TE
BCLCB
BE
GE1
OL1 FM1
TE1 BE1
CF
TB
ST
BCLCB/TCLCB = BOTTOM/TOP CAVITY LOADS CONTROL BOARDS
TB = TERMINAL BLOCK
OL/OL1 = OVEN LAMPS
TE/TE1 = TOP ELEMENTS
BE/BE1 = BOTTOM ELEMENTS
CF = COOLING FAN
FM/FM1 = FAN MOTORS
GE/GE1 = GRILL ELEMENTS
FE = FAN ELEMENT
ST/ST1 = SAFETY THERMOSTATS
TS/TS1 = TEMPERATURE SENSORS
ST1
35
I -
Warranty
AEG products are designed and built to the highest standards.
We expect your appliances to provide many years of trouble free enjoyment.
In the event of an appliance requiring attention, each appliance is covered by a 2
year warranty from the date of purchase.
Refer to warranty policy for complete terms and conditions.
Coverage is for costs of parts and labour for appliances in capital cities &
metropolitan areas. We reserve the right to charge directly for handling
expenses outside the metropolitan region.
AEG products are supported by a national service support system.
Call our customer service department for attention.
36
Please retain your invoice AEG to quote should you require service
assistance. This will identify your product for our priority service back-up.
Please attach your invoice to this manual for easy future reference. To
register your purchase, you can either complete the section below to mail
or fax, or register online at www.aeg-appliances.ca/warranty-card.
AEG
871 Cranberry Court
Oakville, ON L6L 6J7
Canada
Tel: 905-829-3980
Fax: 905-829-3985
Email: marketing@euro-line-appliances.com
For Service & Parts:
EURO-PARTS
1-800-678-8352
Important: Please record details of your purchase below and mail or fax to AEG
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------cut along line ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name: ________________________________ Tel No ________________________________
Address: ______________________________________________________________________
City : _________________________ Prov/State:___________ Postal Code/ZIP: ____________
Where purchased: ____________________________Purchase date: _____________________
Items purchased:________________________________________________________________
Serial No’s: ____________________________________________________________________
37
AEG appliances are imported and distributed in North America by Euro-Line Appliances Inc.
For more information visit
www.euro-line-appliances.com / www.elawest.com
871 Cranberry Court
Oakville, ON L6L 6J7
Canada
Toll Free: 1.800.421.6332
Showroom: 905.829.3980
marketing@euro-line-appliances.com
2912 West 4th Ave
Vancouver, BC V6K 1R2
Canada
Toll Free: 1.855.352-9378
Showroom: 604.235.3980
info@elawest.com
Download PDF
Similar pages