BUILT-IN OVEN USER’S MANUAL
BO 6341 R
BO 6352 WH/BL
BO 6361
Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to install or use this
product. It is advisable to keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.
ANKASTRE
BUILT-IN OVEN USER’S MANUAL
FIRIN
KULLANMA KILAVUZU
BO 6341 R
BO 6352 WH/BL
BO 6361
Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to install or use this
product. It is advisable to keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.
Dear Client,
Thank you very much about buying our product. You can trust our products.
This is a detailed User’s Manual which you can read it to use your product easier
and better. It is advisable to keep these instructions in a safe place for future
reference.
You can find safety information in section 2. Please check your product that
it has got any failure or lacking. If you find a damage sourced by transportation,
please contact with sales department that you bought product or region store that
sent product to you.
We hope you use your oven in good days.
SECTION SECTION
1
1
SECTION
1
SECTION
1
TECHNICAL
FEATURES
of OVEN
TECHNICAL
FEATURES
of OVENFEATURES
TECHNICAL
FEATURES
of OVEN of OVEN
TECHNICAL
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TABLE of CONTENTS
SECTION 1
Technical Features & Sectons of Oven
Oven Volume {It)
SECTION 2
Important Safety Notices
Grili Power (W)
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2000
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Voltage (Volt))
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DIMEN (mm)
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594
SIONS Height
Height
Height
Length (mm) 560 (mm)
(mm)
SECTION 5
Usage of Oven
SECTION 6
Grill Function of Oven
SECTION 7
Adjustment of Timer (Optional)
SECTION 8
Maintenance & Cleaning
(mm)
Height
(mm)
SECTION 9
Information on Transportation
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SECTION 3
Installation of Built-In Oven
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Dra
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9 – Buttons
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Figure.2
SECTION 10
Things To Do Before Calling Authorised Service
-2-
Dear Client,
Thank you very much about buying our product. You can trust our products.
This is a detailed User’s Manual which you can read it to use your product easier
and better. It is advisable to keep these instructions in a safe place for future
reference.
You can find safety information in section 2. Please check your product that
it has got any failure or lacking. If you find a damage sourced by transportation,
please contact with sales department that you bought product or region store that
sent product to you.
We hope you use your oven in good days.
TABLE of CONTENTS
SECTION 1
Technical Features & Sectons of Oven
SECTION 2
Important Safety Notices
SECTION 3
Installation of Built-In Oven
TECHNICAL
FEATURES
of OVENFEATURES
TECHNICAL
FEATURES
of OVEN of OVEN
TECHNICAL
ASTRO
MODEL MODEL MODEL
A OW15K5M
ASTRO
B
(OW15D7)
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C (OW15DM8-T )
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50 - 285
50 - 285
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66
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Power (W)
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2500
2500
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2000
2000
2000
Voltage (Volt))
220 � – 16
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220 � – 16
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220 � – 16 �
Frequency (Hz.)
Fan
50 - 60
50 - 60
50 - 60
-
+
+
Energy
Efficiency Class
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Consumption
(Conventional)
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(Kilowatt-hour)
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Consumption
(forced air
conv.)(KilowattWit"
hour}
DIMEN
DIMEN
Weight SIONS
(Kg)
SIONS
Length
Wit",
DIMEN (mm)
imrni
SIONS Height
Length
(mm)
(mm)
Height
(mm)
SECTION 4
Introducton of Control Panel
SECTION 5
Usage of Oven
SECTION 6
Grill Function of Oven
SECTION 7
Adjustment of Timer (Optional)
SECTION 8
Maintenance & Cleaning
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of OVEN
of OVEN
of O
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– Control 1Panel
– Control11Panel
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–– Con
Side
Handle
2 – Side
– Side Handle
Side
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– 285
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3 – Door Handle
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66
6 – Wire Grate
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–
Wir
7 – Trivet Grate
7 – Trivet Grate
7 – Trivet Grate
7 – Triv
2500
2500
2500
78–– Triv
8 – Drawers8 – Drawers8 – Drawers
Dra
89–– Butt
Dra
9
–
Command
Buttons
9
–
Command
Buttons
9
–
Command
Com
2000
2000
2000
– –Com
10 – Digital10
Timer
– Digital10
Timer
– Digital910
Timer
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Oven
11 – Oven
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0,75
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DIMEN
40
SIONS
Length594
(mm)
Height560
(mm)
40
40
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(mm)
Height 560
(mm)
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40
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40
594
40
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560
560
560
560
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594
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594
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Figure.2
SECTION 9
Information on Transportation
SECTION 10
Things To Do Before Calling Authorised Service
SECTION SECTION
1
1
SECTION
1
-2-
SECTION 1
TECHNICAL FEATURES of OVEN
MODEL
COLOUR
MODEL
FUEL TYPE
TIMER
COOKING FUNCTION
OVEN VOLUME
OVEN POWER
GRILL POWER
TURBO REZISTANCE
TURBO FAN
TOTAL POWER
SIDE OPENING
WIRE SHELF
THERMOSTAT
OVEN
SECURITY
VOLTAGE
FREQUENCY
ENERGY CLASS
ENERGY CONSUMPTION ( CONVENSIONAL-KWH)
ENERGY CONSUMPTION – FORCED AIR- KWH
WIDTH ( MM )
DEPTH ( MM)
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT ( MM )
SWITCH NO
BO6352 WH
BO6352 BL
BO 6341
BO 6361
WHITE
ELECTRICAL
TOUCH CONTROL DIGITAL
7 FUNCTION
58 LITER
3350 WATT
3200 WATT
2000 WATT
YES
3350 WATT
YES
0-285 C
160 C
230 V
50-60 HZ
A
0,84 Kwh
0,79 Kwh
594
540
595
14
BLACK
ELECTRICAL
TOUCH CONTROL DIGITAL
7 FUNCTION
58 LITER
3350 WATT
3200 WATT
2000 WATT
YES
3350 WATT
YES
0-285 C
160 C
230 V
50-60 HZ
A
0,84 Kwh
0,79 Kwh
594
540
595
14
INOX+GLASS
ELECTRICAL
3 COLOUR DIGITAL
7 FUNCTION
58 LITER
3350 WATT
3200 WATT
2000 WATT
YES
3350 WATT
YES
YES
0-285 C
160 C
230 V
50-60 HZ
A
0,84 Kwh
0,79 Kwh
594
540
595
14
INOX+GLASS
ELECTRICAL
FULL TOUCH CONTROL
11 FUNCTION
58 LITER
3350 WATT
3200 WATT
2000 WATT
YES
3350 WATT
YES
0-285 C
160 C
230 V
50-60 HZ
A
0,84 Kwh
0,79 Kwh
594
540
595
FULL TOUCH CONTROL
BO6352 WH
BO6352 BL
BO 6341
BO 6361
WHITE
ELECTRICAL
TOUCH CONTROL DIGITAL
7 FUNCTION
58 LITER
3350 WATT
3200 WATT
2000 WATT
YES
3350 WATT
YES
0-285 C
160 C
230 V
50-60 HZ
A
0,84 Kwh
0,79 Kwh
594
540
595
14
BLACK
ELECTRICAL
TOUCH CONTROL DIGITAL
7 FUNCTION
58 LITER
3350 WATT
3200 WATT
2000 WATT
YES
3350 WATT
YES
0-285 C
160 C
230 V
50-60 HZ
A
0,84 Kwh
0,79 Kwh
594
540
595
14
INOX+GLASS
ELECTRICAL
3 COLOUR DIGITAL
7 FUNCTION
58 LITER
3350 WATT
3200 WATT
2000 WATT
YES
3350 WATT
YES
YES
0-285 C
160 C
230 V
50-60 HZ
A
0,84 Kwh
0,79 Kwh
594
540
595
14
INOX+GLASS
ELECTRICAL
FULL TOUCH CONTROL
11 FUNCTION
58 LITER
3350 WATT
3200 WATT
2000 WATT
YES
3350 WATT
YES
0-285 C
160 C
230 V
50-60 HZ
A
0,84 Kwh
0,79 Kwh
594
540
595
FULL TOUCH CONTROL
-3-
SECTION 1
TECHNICAL FEATURES of OVEN
MODEL
COLOUR
MODEL
FUEL TYPE
TIMER
COOKING FUNCTION
OVEN VOLUME
OVEN POWER
GRILL POWER
TURBO REZISTANCE
TURBO FAN
TOTAL POWER
SIDE OPENING
WIRE SHELF
THERMOSTAT
OVEN
SECURITY
VOLTAGE
FREQUENCY
ENERGY CLASS
ENERGY CONSUMPTION ( CONVENSIONAL-KWH)
ENERGY CONSUMPTION – FORCED AIR- KWH
WIDTH ( MM )
DEPTH ( MM)
DIMENSIONS
HEIGHT ( MM )
SWITCH NO
-3-
AC
3-T
85
��
0
0
–
�
60
SECTIONS of OVEN
SECTION 2
This Built-in electrical oven is manufactured for using preparation of normal
home meals. Please do not use for other purposes.
1 – Control Panel
2 – Side Handle
3 – Door Handle
4 – Oven Door
5 – Trays
6 – Wire Grate
7 – Trivet Grate
8 – Drawers
9 – Command Buttons
10 – Digital Timer
11 – Oven Lamp
12 – Inner Body
13 – Upper Resistance
14 – Inner Lamp
15 – Lower Resistance
16 – Oven Gasket
Installation
- This appliance must be installed by qualified personnel, according to the
manufacturer’s instructions and to the relevant Safety Standards.
- This appliance is heavy. Take care when moving it.
- Remove all packaging, protective films and oils From the appliance before using
for the first time.
- Ensure that the electrical supply complies with The type stated on the rating
plate.
- Do not attempt to modify the appliance in any way.
- Usage voltage of your oven is 230 Volt - 50 Hz.
Warning: This appliance must be earthed.
When you have finished cooking check that all controls are in the OFF
position.
- Please check your electrical installation to have earthed or not. �f it is not earthed,
make it earthed by a capable electrical technician .
- It must be used min 16 A Fuse for electrical connection of your oven.
- Please be sure that plug of your oven cooker is accidentally if the pulled beyond
the extent of the power cord, the Earth wire will pull out last. �f your residence did
not contain earth system the producer company does not responsible about the
damaged event.
- Connection can only be done by MJR Electronics Authorised Service company or an
expert authorised by customer relations.
- For connecting the electric cooker to its power supply, please use a cord size
3 x 2.5 mm2
- For isolation safety length of power cord must not exceed 2 meters.
- Connection sheme is being on oven’s back wall.
- Please adjust timer when electricity cut off. If timer is not adjusted, oven side will
not work.
13250 / -i
Figure.1
6
5
AC
3-T
Children Safety
- This appliance is designed to be operated by adults. Do not allow children to
play near or with the appliance.
- The appliance gets hot when it is in use. Children should be kept away until it
has cooled down.
- Children can also injure themselves by pulling pans or pots off the appliance.
Figure.2
-4-
SECTIONS of OVEN
SECTION 2
85
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0
0
–
�
60
6
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICES
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICES
This Built-in electrical oven is manufactured for using preparation of normal
home meals. Please do not use for other purposes.
1 – Control Panel
2 – Side Handle
3 – Door Handle
4 – Oven Door
5 – Trays
6 – Wire Grate
7 – Trivet Grate
8 – Drawers
9 – Command Buttons
10 – Digital Timer
11 – Oven Lamp
12 – Inner Body
13 – Upper Resistance
14 – Inner Lamp
15 – Lower Resistance
16 – Oven Gasket
Installation
- This appliance must be installed by qualified personnel, according to the
manufacturer’s instructions and to the relevant Safety Standards.
- This appliance is heavy. Take care when moving it.
- Remove all packaging, protective films and oils From the appliance before using
for the first time.
- Ensure that the electrical supply complies with The type stated on the rating
plate.
- Do not attempt to modify the appliance in any way.
- Usage voltage of your oven is 230 Volt - 50 Hz.
Warning: This appliance must be earthed.
When you have finished cooking check that all controls are in the OFF
position.
- Please check your electrical installation to have earthed or not. �f it is not earthed,
make it earthed by a capable electrical technician .
- It must be used min 16 A Fuse for electrical connection of your oven.
- Please be sure that plug of your oven cooker is accidentally if the pulled beyond
the extent of the power cord, the Earth wire will pull out last. �f your residence did
not contain earth system the producer company does not responsible about the
damaged event.
- Connection can only be done by MJR Electronics Authorised Service company or an
expert authorised by customer relations.
- For connecting the electric cooker to its power supply, please use a cord size
3 x 2.5 mm2
- For isolation safety length of power cord must not exceed 2 meters.
- Connection sheme is being on oven’s back wall.
- Please adjust timer when electricity cut off. If timer is not adjusted, oven side will
not work.
13250 / -i
Figure.1
5
Children Safety
- This appliance is designed to be operated by adults. Do not allow children to
play near or with the appliance.
- The appliance gets hot when it is in use. Children should be kept away until it
has cooled down.
- Children can also injure themselves by pulling pans or pots off the appliance.
Figure.2
-4-
- Before using your product please take out packing materials on oven. Do not
forget to take out cartoons on sides of trays and wire grate and strafor that stick on
front panel. Packing material can cause a danger for children.
Attention : Burning risk is high especially for small children who are not aware of
danger. Door of oven, inner parts and steam exits are hot during usage. They can
exposed to burning or boiling. So it required to keep small children from oven in
appropriate distance. Bigger children can use oven under watch.
Attention: Burning Danger. Heating elements, oven and accesories are very hot
during usage. So please always use kitchen cloths or heat resist gloves during
holding trays and be careful on usage of trays for remove burn risk.
- Before using the appliance for the first time, remove any protective means,
wash the oven shelves and accessories in hot soapy water, to remove their
protective coating of oil, even so, when you first the oven or grill you may notice a
unpleasent smell and some smoke.
- Switch off the electricity supply before replacing the oven light bulb (if fitted).
- When opening the appliance door, take care to avoid skin contact with any
steam that may escape from the oven.
- Perishable food, plastic items and aerosols may be affected by heat and should
not be stored above or around the appliance.
Service :
- Connection cables of appliances near oven can be damaged and shortcutted if
they contacted with hot parts of oven. Thats why, cables of other appliances must
be in enough safety distance to oven. When power cord damaged plese contact
with closest authorised service to fix new one.
- Operations and repairs on appliance that done unmethodically causes possibility
of electric shock and shortcuts. Please keep away from this kind of operations
which can destroy your appliance and cause danger of getting injured.
- This appliance should only be repaired or serviced by an authorised Service
Engineer and only genuine approved spare parts should be used.
SECTION 3
During Use;
- Do not use this appliance if it is in contact with water. Do not attempt to use the
appliance with wet hands.
- Ensure the control knobs are in the ‘OFF’ position when not in use.
- Do not store flammable materials such as oven gloves, tea towels etc. in the
drawer.
- When cooking heavy items, eg; turkeys, do not pull the oven shelf out with the
item is still on the shelf. There might be a risk of tipping.
- Never put items directly on the base of the oven or cover the oven base with foil
as this can cause the base element to overheat.
- Never use the appliance for heating a room.
- Reachable parts of oven can be very hot when grate uses. Please keep small
children away. Please do not touch heating elements inside oven.
- Outer surfaces of oven can be hot during making grill or ordinary working of
appliance.
- Use oven gloves when removing hot food utensils from the oven or grill. The
oven /grill and utensils will be very hot when in use.
- Do not put any hot items into the drawer. Utensils used during cooking should
only be put into the drawer when cold.
- The oven door must always close properly. Keep the door seal areas clean.
- Pressing on open cover of oven with heavy matters can cause damage on cover
hinges. So please do not sit or load heavy matters on open cover of oven.
- Do not use aluminium foil to cover the grill pan, or put items wrapped in foil
under the grill as this creates a fire hazard. The high reflectivity can also damage
the elements.
- Do not use the oven with the door inner glass panel removed.
- Do not use the drop down door as a step to reach above cabinets
- After using oven please wipe vapour drops with a cloth that can be formed on
oven cover by high temperature.
- Do not block the oven vent in anyway, as this creates a fire hazard.
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- Before using your product please take out packing materials on oven. Do not
forget to take out cartoons on sides of trays and wire grate and strafor that stick on
front panel. Packing material can cause a danger for children.
Attention : Burning risk is high especially for small children who are not aware of
danger. Door of oven, inner parts and steam exits are hot during usage. They can
exposed to burning or boiling. So it required to keep small children from oven in
appropriate distance. Bigger children can use oven under watch.
Attention: Burning Danger. Heating elements, oven and accesories are very hot
during usage. So please always use kitchen cloths or heat resist gloves during
holding trays and be careful on usage of trays for remove burn risk.
- Before using the appliance for the first time, remove any protective means,
wash the oven shelves and accessories in hot soapy water, to remove their
protective coating of oil, even so, when you first the oven or grill you may notice a
unpleasent smell and some smoke.
- Switch off the electricity supply before replacing the oven light bulb (if fitted).
Figure.3 Oven Measures
- Do not use this appliance if it is in contact with water. Do not attempt to use the
appliance with wet hands.
- Ensure the control knobs are in the ‘OFF’ position when not in use.
- Do not store flammable materials such as oven gloves, tea towels etc. in the
drawer.
- When cooking heavy items, eg; turkeys, do not pull the oven shelf out with the
item is still on the shelf. There might be a risk of tipping.
- Never put items directly on the base of the oven or cover the oven base with foil
as this can cause the base element to overheat.
- Never use the appliance for heating a room.
- Reachable parts of oven can be very hot when grate uses. Please keep small
children away. Please do not touch heating elements inside oven.
- Outer surfaces of oven can be hot during making grill or ordinary working of
appliance.
- Use oven gloves when removing hot food utensils from the oven or grill. The
oven /grill and utensils will be very hot when in use.
- Do not put any hot items into the drawer. Utensils used during cooking should
only be put into the drawer when cold.
- The oven door must always close properly. Keep the door seal areas clean.
- Pressing on open cover of oven with heavy matters can cause damage on cover
hinges. So please do not sit or load heavy matters on open cover of oven.
- Do not use aluminium foil to cover the grill pan, or put items wrapped in foil
under the grill as this creates a fire hazard. The high reflectivity can also damage
the elements.
- Do not use the oven with the door inner glass panel removed.
- Do not use the drop down door as a step to reach above cabinets
- After using oven please wipe vapour drops with a cloth that can be formed on
oven cover by high temperature.
- Do not block the oven vent in anyway, as this creates a fire hazard.
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Figure.4 Board Measures
�nstallation must be done by an authorised technician. Below instructions
will guide an authorised technician to install Built-in oven according to law and
standarts to be in force.
Instructions :
- When opening the appliance door, take care to avoid skin contact with any
steam that may escape from the oven.
- Perishable food, plastic items and aerosols may be affected by heat and should
not be stored above or around the appliance.
Service :
- Connection cables of appliances near oven can be damaged and shortcutted if
they contacted with hot parts of oven. Thats why, cables of other appliances must
be in enough safety distance to oven. When power cord damaged plese contact
with closest authorised service to fix new one.
- Operations and repairs on appliance that done unmethodically causes possibility
of electric shock and shortcuts. Please keep away from this kind of operations
which can destroy your appliance and cause danger of getting injured.
- This appliance should only be repaired or serviced by an authorised Service
Engineer and only genuine approved spare parts should be used.
SECTION 3
During Use;
INSTALLATION of BUILT-IN OVEN
INSTALLATION of BUILT-IN OVEN
Figure.3 Oven Measures
Figure.4 Board Measures
�nstallation must be done by an authorised technician. Below instructions
will guide an authorised technician to install Built-in oven according to law and
standarts to be in force.
Instructions :
SECTION 4
standarts to be in force.
Instructions :
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Dimensions and material of Cabin or cupboard that built-in oven will install in
must be suitable and endurable for heat increases.
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SECTION 3
INSTALLATION of BUILT-IN OVEN
SECTION
3 of INSTALLATION
of BUILT-IN
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Measures
Built-in oven and board
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Installed Built-in Oven pictures are at Figure.5 & 6
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power of each heating element can be adjustable. Buttons can turn
clockwise or opposite to clockwise directions. Please bring the control
button to required cooking position and do not forget big numbers on button
print means high heat outlet. For first cooking, it recommended to use
Dimensions
material of Cabin or cupboard that built-in oven will install in
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Isolation materials or parts that used for isolation must affix strongly to prevent
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taking out by any tool.
It is not recommend you to install your appliance near refrigator or deepfrost.
It is not recommend you to install your appliance near refrigator or deepfrost.
Otherwise performance of these appliances effected badly because of heat
Otherwise performance of these appliances effected badly because of heat
spreaded..
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If a cooker installed on your oven, electrical cables of cooker and oven must
If a cooker installed on your oven, electrical cables of cooker and oven must SECTION
be seperated due to safety and to make dismantling easy if it requires.
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be seperated due to safety and to make dismantling easy if it requires.
Install your appliance in a position that lets you to reach feeding cable.
Install your appliance in a position that lets you to reach feeding cable.
Do not place feeding cable close or contacted to hot surfaces. Do not tightenSECTION
Do not place feeding cable close or contacted to hot surfaces. Do not tighten
Important Safety
the cable to oven door.
the cable to oven door.
SECTION
Installation of Built
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2 Timer
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Maintenance & C
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standarts
to be in force.
Instructions
:
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Dimensions and material of Cabin or cupboard that built-in oven will install in
must be suitable and endurable for heat increases.
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In a right installation operation, it is required to prevent any contact with
electrical parts or isolated parts due to work aim.
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SECTION 4
SECTION 1
INTRODUCTION of CONTROL PANEL
Things To Do Before Calling
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4 find INTRODUCTION
CONTROL
power of each heating element can be adjustable. Buttons can turn
clockwise or opposite to clockwise directions. Please bring the control
button to required cooking position and do not forget big numbers on button
print means high heat outlet. For first cooking, it recommended to use
highest cooking position.
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Do not place feeding cable close or contacted to hot surfaces. Do not tighten
SECTION
Technical Features & Se
the cable to oven door.
Measures of Built-in oven and board of oven are at Figure.3 & 4
Figure.5
Installed Built-in Oven pictures are at Figure.5 & 6
SECTION
Important Safety
SECTION
Installation of Built
Figure.6
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Push the button to get it out..Then turn it to related level. At the end of cooking
turn the buttons to (0) position and push them to get in.
SECTION 5
USAGE of OVEN
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LEVEL
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
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Oven Lamp
Double Grill
Outer Heating Element and Grill Heating
Element works together.Recommends to use
for big and powerfull grill.
Oven Lamp
Grill Heating Element
Oven Lamp and Grill heater works.
Recommend to use for frying.Thermostat must
be at maximum position.
Oven Lamp
Top&Bottom Heating
Elements
Hot air comes from up and down heats the tray
from both side. Top and bottom sides of meals
cooked equally.
Oven Lamp
Grill Heating Element
Turbo Fan
Oven Lamp, Grill heater and Turbo Fan work
together. Recommend to use for frying.
Thermostat must be at maximum position.
Oven Lamp
Double Grill
Turbo Fan
Oven Lamp, Double Grill and Turbo Fan work
together. Recommend to use for frying.
Thermostat must be at maximum position.
Oven Lamp
Turbo Heating Element
Turbo Fan
Oven Lamp, Turbo Fan and Turbo Heating
Element work.Recommend to use fast cooking.
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Oven Lamp
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Heating Element
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Recommed to use for pizza.
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Oven Lamp
Turbo Fan
Only Oven Lamp and Turbo Fan work.
Recommend to use for defrosting.
Bottom
Heating Element
Bottom heating element,
Recommed to use cake and bread.
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Heating Element
Top Heating Element for keeping cooked food
warm or gently reheating.
Oven Lamp
Top&Bottom Heating
Elements
Turbo Fan
Hot air comes from up and down heats the tray
from both side. Top and bottom sides of meals
cooked equally with Turbo Fan.
Control Switches of Oven
Indicator lamp will be on together with thermostat switch. When the heat
inside the oven reaches the set value, thermostat cuts the circuit and the
lamp is off. When the heat is below set value, thermostat is on again and
indicator lamp is lit.
Usage of Oven
During initial operation of your oven, a smell arising from insulation materials and
heating elements will be generated. To avoid it, operate your oven at 250 C for 45
minutes without putting any trays before use.
1. The meals that can be cooked
2. Positions of trays
3. Thermostat positions
4. Recommended cooking times are given in cooking table.
5. Turn the “oven heating control” switch clockwise to adjust cooking time for the
meal you desire to cook, refer to cooking table.
6. Before cooking, pre-heat the oven for 10 minutes. The front cover of the oven
should be open. Put the dish in the oven after pre-heating.
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OVEN FUNCTIONS:
Push the button to get it out..Then turn it to related level. At the end of cooking
turn the buttons to (0) position and push them to get in.
SECTION 5
USAGE of OVEN
LEVEL
FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
O
Close
Oven is not working
Oven Lamp
Double Grill
Outer Heating Element and Grill Heating
Element works together.Recommends to use
for big and powerfull grill.
Oven Lamp
Grill Heating Element
Oven Lamp and Grill heater works.
Recommend to use for frying.Thermostat must
be at maximum position.
Oven Lamp
Top&Bottom Heating
Elements
Hot air comes from up and down heats the tray
from both side. Top and bottom sides of meals
cooked equally.
Oven Lamp
Grill Heating Element
Turbo Fan
Oven Lamp, Grill heater and Turbo Fan work
together. Recommend to use for frying.
Thermostat must be at maximum position.
Oven Lamp
Double Grill
Turbo Fan
Oven Lamp, Double Grill and Turbo Fan work
together. Recommend to use for frying.
Thermostat must be at maximum position.
Oven Lamp
Turbo Heating Element
Turbo Fan
Oven Lamp, Turbo Fan and Turbo Heating
Element work.Recommend to use fast cooking.
Oven Lamp
Turbo Heating Element
Turbo Fan, Bottom
Heating Element
Oven Lamp, turbo heating element,
turbo fan and bottom
heating element work together.
Recommed to use for pizza.
Oven Lamp
Turbo Fan
Only Oven Lamp and Turbo Fan work.
Recommend to use for defrosting.
Bottom
Heating Element
Bottom heating element,
Recommed to use cake and bread.
Top
Heating Element
Top Heating Element for keeping cooked food
warm or gently reheating.
Oven Lamp
Top&Bottom Heating
Elements
Turbo Fan
Hot air comes from up and down heats the tray
from both side. Top and bottom sides of meals
cooked equally with Turbo Fan.
Control Switches of Oven
Indicator lamp will be on together with thermostat switch. When the heat
inside the oven reaches the set value, thermostat cuts the circuit and the
lamp is off. When the heat is below set value, thermostat is on again and
indicator lamp is lit.
Usage of Oven
During initial operation of your oven, a smell arising from insulation materials and
heating elements will be generated. To avoid it, operate your oven at 250 C for 45
minutes without putting any trays before use.
1. The meals that can be cooked
2. Positions of trays
3. Thermostat positions
4. Recommended cooking times are given in cooking table.
5. Turn the “oven heating control” switch clockwise to adjust cooking time for the
meal you desire to cook, refer to cooking table.
6. Before cooking, pre-heat the oven for 10 minutes. The front cover of the oven
should be open. Put the dish in the oven after pre-heating.
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Grill Function of Oven
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By the way leaped or flowed oil can not make your oven dirty.
If you use grill wire that placed on shelf, put a tray into one of lower shelves
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for collecting oils. For cleaning it easily, please put some water in it.
Cover at half closeed position do preheating for 5-10 minutes.
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Please oil the grill to prevent your grilling food from sticking on grill.
ATTENTION :
For preventing command buttons on control panel from heating, please set
its sheet centered between front cover and oven body without have blank. Our
company is not responsible for damage made by not using this sheet.
Raw Positions
GRILL
Shelf Time (min.)
Lamb Meat 4-5
15
Lamb
Chops
4-5
15
Calf Chops 4-5
15-25
Sheep
Chops
4-5
15-25
For 2 Trays : 4-6
For 1 Tray : 4
NOTE: The values given in the table are the values obtained in our
laboratories. You can obtain various tastes satisfying your tastes depending
on your cooking and use habits. Cooking times depend on quantity of
ingredients. Using cake forms gives better results for making cakes
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PLATE OPEN DOOR
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Grill Function of Oven
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By the way leaped or flowed oil can not make your oven dirty.
If you use grill wire that placed on shelf, put a tray into one of lower shelves
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for collecting oils. For cleaning it easily, please put some water in it.
Cover at half closeed position do preheating for 5-10 minutes.
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Please oil the grill to prevent your grilling food from sticking on grill.
ATTENTION :
For preventing command buttons on control panel from heating, please set
its sheet centered between front cover and oven body without have blank. Our
company is not responsible for damage made by not using this sheet.
Raw Positions
GRILL
Shelf Time (min.)
Lamb Meat 4-5
15
Lamb
Chops
4-5
15
Calf Chops 4-5
15-25
Sheep
Chops
4-5
15-25
For 2 Trays : 4-6
For 1 Tray : 4
NOTE: The values given in the table are the values obtained in our
laboratories. You can obtain various tastes satisfying your tastes depending
on your cooking and use habits. Cooking times depend on quantity of
ingredients. Using cake forms gives better results for making cakes
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SECTION 7
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ADJUSTMENT of TIMER (Optional)
A ) BO 6341 R - Programmable Options
When desired colour is obtained, press the
seconds to record it.
NOTE : To exit without recording press the
button for 5
button .
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waiting the cooking time in auto mode. If this option is OFF, backlight colour
doesn't change at auto mode.
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backlight is OFF at manual status. Backlight will be turned on for 15
seconds when a valid button is pressed.
button to record the last heard tone.
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Backlight : ON
Click tone ON
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SECTION 7
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ADJUSTMENT of TIMER (Optional)
A ) BO 6341 R - Programmable Options
When desired colour is obtained, press the
seconds to record it.
NOTE : To exit without recording press the
button for 5
button .
AUTO BACKLIGHT COLOUR CHANGE in AUTO MODE ON/OFF
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If this option is ON, backlight colour is red during cooking, green as
waiting the cooking time in auto mode. If this option is OFF, backlight colour
doesn't change at auto mode.
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button for 5 seconds ( till you see ‘pr 1’ on the
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RETURN to DEFAULT SETTINGS
button to switch to green and blue and make
the same colour content adjustment via
button 5 second (till display indicates ON or OFF).
Press the
Backlight option toggles from ON to OFF or vice versa.
If this option is ON, backlight is always ON. If this option is OFF,
backlight is OFF at manual status. Backlight will be turned on for 15
seconds when a valid button is pressed.
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Backlight : ON
Click tone ON
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AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM
If you want to start cooking immediately , you just have to give in the
cooking time.
Example: We placed our food into the oven and want it to be cooked for 2
hours and 15 minutes.
QT-3000 is an electornic timer, which enables your oven to get food ready to serve
at the desired time.The only thing to be done is to program the cooking time and
ready time.It can also be used as an alarm clock. Where you just give in the
amount of time after which it should remind you by a buzzer tone.
TIME OF DAY ADJUSTMENT
You can adjust the displayed time only if no automatic cooking program is in
progress ( there is just the time and the hand icon on the screen). Press the
button , a small triangle between the hours and minutes will start to flash, use the +
or - buttons for adjustment. Long presses of those buttons will enable fast
adjustments.
4) After a few seconds, the screen
will indicate that cooking has started
and show the current time.
ADJUSTING THE BUZZER ALARM
With this feature , you can program after how much elapsed time you should be
warned by a buzzer sound.
Now , you have programmed you oven to cook the food for 2 hours and 15
minutes. Please do not forget to bring the function and / or temperature
knobs of your oven to appropriate positions.
Note: You may cancel the automatic cooking mode any time by pressing the
button.
In the above example, cooking immediately started after giving in the
cooking period. By pressing the
button, you can see the ready time, ie.
The time when the food will be ready to serve, and if you want, you can also
change it. In the example below, the ready time will be changed to 21:30.
Note: Once programmed , the remaining time can be seen by pressing the
button once.
CANCELLING THE BUZZER SOUND
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AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM
If you want to start cooking immediately , you just have to give in the
cooking time.
Example: We placed our food into the oven and want it to be cooked for 2
hours and 15 minutes.
QT-3000 is an electornic timer, which enables your oven to get food ready to serve
at the desired time.The only thing to be done is to program the cooking time and
ready time.It can also be used as an alarm clock. Where you just give in the
amount of time after which it should remind you by a buzzer tone.
TIME OF DAY ADJUSTMENT
You can adjust the displayed time only if no automatic cooking program is in
progress ( there is just the time and the hand icon on the screen). Press the
button , a small triangle between the hours and minutes will start to flash, use the +
or - buttons for adjustment. Long presses of those buttons will enable fast
adjustments.
4) After a few seconds, the screen
will indicate that cooking has started
and show the current time.
ADJUSTING THE BUZZER ALARM
With this feature , you can program after how much elapsed time you should be
warned by a buzzer sound.
Now , you have programmed you oven to cook the food for 2 hours and 15
minutes. Please do not forget to bring the function and / or temperature
knobs of your oven to appropriate positions.
Note: You may cancel the automatic cooking mode any time by pressing the
button.
In the above example, cooking immediately started after giving in the
cooking period. By pressing the
button, you can see the ready time, ie.
The time when the food will be ready to serve, and if you want, you can also
change it. In the example below, the ready time will be changed to 21:30.
Note: Once programmed , the remaining time can be seen by pressing the
button once.
CANCELLING THE BUZZER SOUND
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BUZZER VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
We now have programmed our oven to get the food ready at 21:30. Since
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serve at the desired time. The only thing to be done is to program the cooking time and
ready time. It can also be used as an alarm clock, where you just give in the amount of
time after which it should remind you by a buzzer tone.
POWER UP:
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display flashes.
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BUZZER VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
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ready time will be changed to 21:30.
With this feature, you can program after how much elapsed time you should be warned
by a buzzer sound.
1) Touching
twice,
enter buzzer alarm mode
2) Using
or give in the
duration in minutes
3)After a few seconds,
screen will return to clock
mode
1) Displayed is the ready
time 18:30+2:15=20:45.
CANCELLING THE BUZZER SOUND
2) Set it to the desired time
by using the + or – buttons.
3) In a few seconds, screen
switches to clock mode.
We now have programmed our oven to get the food ready at 21:30. Since the cooking
time was preprogrammed as 2 hours 15 minutes, your oven will start cooking at 19:15,
so that the food is ready at 21:30.
After the programmed duration is elapsed, buzzer will
sound. Any button touch will cancel the buzzer.
Screen just when cooking starts
Screen just when cooking ends
AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM
If you want to start cooking immediately, you just have to give in the cooking time.
Example: We placed our food into the oven and want it to be cooked for 2 hours and
15 minutes
When automatic cooking is completed, a buzzer alarm is heared and will sound, if not
stopped, for 7 minutes.
1) Current time is 18:30.
2) Switch into cooking time
mode.
3) Adjust the cooking time
using the
or
buttons.
Now, you have programmed your oven to
cook the food for 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Please do not forget to bring the function
and/or temperature knobs of your oven to
appropriate position .
1) Switch your oven OFF
2) Reset the timer
Note: Your oven will be inoperative until you reset the timer.
In the example shown, cooking time has been progr ammed first the ready time was
calculated automatically and was edited by us. It is also possible first to program the
ready time, in that case the cooking time will be calcula ted automatically and should b e
edited thereafter.
4) After a few seconds, the screen
will indicate that cooking has
started and show the current time
Note: You may cancel the automatic cooking mode any time by go manuel mode
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BUZZER ALARM:
In the above example, cooking immediately started after giving in the cooking period. By
pressing the
button, you can see the r eady time, ie. The time when the food will
be ready t o serve, and if you want, you can also change it. In t he example below, the
ready time will be changed to 21:30.
With this feature, you can program after how much elapsed time you should be warned
by a buzzer sound.
1) Touching
twice,
enter buzzer alarm mode
2) Using
or give in the
duration in minutes
3)After a few seconds,
screen will return to clock
mode
1) Displayed is the ready
time 18:30+2:15=20:45.
CANCELLING THE BUZZER SOUND
2) Set it to the desired time
by using the + or – buttons.
3) In a few seconds, screen
switches to clock mode.
We now have programmed our oven to get the food ready at 21:30. Since the cooking
time was preprogrammed as 2 hours 15 minutes, your oven will start cooking at 19:15,
so that the food is ready at 21:30.
After the programmed duration is elapsed, buzzer will
sound. Any button touch will cancel the buzzer.
Screen just when cooking starts
Screen just when cooking ends
AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM
If you want to start cooking immediately, you just have to give in the cooking time.
Example: We placed our food into the oven and want it to be cooked for 2 hours and
15 minutes
When automatic cooking is completed, a buzzer alarm is heared and will sound, if not
stopped, for 7 minutes.
1) Current time is 18:30.
2) Switch into cooking time
mode.
3) Adjust the cooking time
using the
or
buttons.
Now, you have programmed your oven to
cook the food for 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Please do not forget to bring the function
and/or temperature knobs of your oven to
appropriate position .
1) Switch your oven OFF
2) Reset the timer
Note: Your oven will be inoperative until you reset the timer.
In the example shown, cooking time has been progr ammed first the ready time was
calculated automatically and was edited by us. It is also possible first to program the
ready time, in that case the cooking time will be calcula ted automatically and should b e
edited thereafter.
4) After a few seconds, the screen
will indicate that cooking has
started and show the current time
Note: You may cancel the automatic cooking mode any time by go manuel mode
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CHILD LOCK:
When activated in manual mode, your oven and the timer keys are blocked.
When activated as a cooking program is in progress, just the keys are blocked.
C- BO 6361
DISPLAY AND TOUCH KEYS OVERVIEW
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1
3
5
USER PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS:
1- Time of day display 12h / 24h
Timer/Meat probe
Display
Temperature
Display
Function
Display
7
9
Display :
Factory setting is 24 h display. Touching
for 5 seconds, a double beep tone
will be heard, the display mode toggles to 12 h mode (am / pm indication) Doing
this again will toggle back to 24 h
As a factory setting, touching buttons are accompanied by beep tones. Touching
the
button for 5 seconds, a double beep tone will be heard and nt , which
stays for no tone, will appear on the screen. Now, no touch tones will be produced
any more. Doing the same until bt appears on the screen, which stays for button
tone, brings you back to touch tones.
1) Selec
mode
Touch keys :
3- Screen Brightness Adjustment:
1.
ON/OFF- switches the device ON or OFF
2.
– Stops any program;
- Temperature adjustment;
3.
4.
Timer Menu/Meat probe functions;
5.
- Minus;
6.
- Plus;
7.
- Function adjustment-down;
8.
- Function adjustment-up;
- Rapid Heat Up;
9.
10.
- Activates or deactivates the keylock;
11.
- Lamp ON or OFF;
12.
Start Cooking Key;
Touching
button for 1 second, until you hear a double beep tone, brings you
into the display brightness mode. Display shows br 0x (x = 1 to 8). Now every
consecutive touch of the same button will reduce the brightness. There are 8
levels, thereafter the brightness starts to increase upon every touch. The same
effect is also seen by holding this button touched. In 5 seconds after releasing the
button, the brightness level is stored. Factory setting is maximum brightness.
4- Buzzer Tone Selection:
Touch
button for 1 second, until you hear a double beep tone. Upon
every touch of this button within 5 seconds, you will hear a different tone.
There are 3 different tones available. The tone last heard will be stored in
5 seconds.
Note: Programmed options are nonvolatile. They will not be erased upon a
power interrupt.
ALARM DURATION SETTING
With this function you can get your alarm clock beep after a period
set by you.
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CHILD LOCK:
When activated in manual mode, your oven and the timer keys are blocked.
When activated as a cooking program is in progress, just the keys are blocked.
C- BO 6361
DISPLAY AND TOUCH KEYS OVERVIEW
2
of Day
1) Select alarm setting 2) Enter time with + orTime
– keys
3) Time will be displayed mode.
8
10
4
6
Display
minutes)
after a few seconds.
Status
Display
Key lock (eg:5
PAUSE
When the set period ends the alarm starts beeping. You can stop
the alarm by pushing any button.
2) The key symbol appears on the
screen, child lock is active.
To deactivate the child lock, touch
and
until key symbol disappears.
Exception: A buzzer tone during child lock can be cancelled touching any button.
USER PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS:
1- Time of day display 12h / 24h
Factory setting is 24 h display. Touching
for 5 seconds, a double beep tone
will be heard, the display mode toggles to 12 h mode (am / pm indication) Doing
this again will toggle back to 24 h
2- Touch tones
As a factory setting, touching buttons are accompanied by beep tones. Touching
the
button for 5 seconds, a double beep tone will be heard and nt , which
stays for no tone, will appear on the screen. Now, no touch tones will be produced
any more. Doing the same until bt appears on the screen, which stays for button
tone, brings you back to touch tones.
3- Screen Brightness Adjustment:
Touching
button for 1 second, until you hear a double beep tone, brings you
into the display brightness mode. Display shows br 0x (x = 1 to 8). Now every
consecutive touch of the same button will reduce the brightness. There are 8
levels, thereafter the brightness starts to increase upon every touch. The same
effect is also seen by holding this button touched. In 5 seconds after releasing the
button, the brightness level is stored. Factory setting is maximum brightness.
4- Buzzer Tone Selection:
Touch
button for 1 second, until you hear a double beep tone. Upon
every touch of this button within 5 seconds, you will hear a different tone.
There are 3 different tones available. The tone last heard will be stored in
5 seconds.
Note: Programmed options are nonvolatile. They will not be erased upon a
power interrupt.
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Time of day – shows the time of day;
Combination Display-indicates the selected cooking function
Temperature Display –indicates the adjusted oven temperature
Timer / Meat probe Display – shows timer or food temperature status
Status symbol- shows the oven status
Pause – indicates that the cooking with the parameters on screen, is paused by user
Key lock indicator
2- Touch tones
1) Touch
and
at the same time
for 1 seconds until 2 beep tones heard.
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ALARM VOLUME SETTING
You can select the 3-level volume of your oven by pressing the
button.
7
9
1
3
11
5 Alarm volume is changed with every push on the key.
Timer/Meat probe
Temperature
Function
Note: By factory
default, volume
is set to the
highest. In the event
Display
Display
Display
of power failure, the volume setting will be reset to the factory
default, if changed.
1) Selec
DISPLAY
BRIGHTNESS SETTING
Display
:
mode
You can select the 3-level display brightness setting by pressing
Time ofthe
day – shows
the time
day; brightness setting will change with
button.
The ofdisplay
Combination
the selected cooking function
every Display-indicates
push on the key.
Temperature
–indicates
thethe
adjusted
oven is
temperature
Note: Display
By factory
default,
brightness
set to the highest. In the
Timer /event
Meat probe
Display
– shows
or food temperature
of power
failure,
thetimer
brightness
setting will status
be reset to the
Status symbol- shows the oven status
factory default, if changed.
Pause – indicates that the cooking with the parameters on screen, is paused by user
IN THE EVENT OF POWER FAILURE
Key lock indicator
In the event of power failure your oven will be switched off for
Touch safety
keys : reasons. This is indicated by the flashing of the hand icon
on the display. All current cooking programmes will be deleted.
shows
12:00
theON
clock
should be set. First switch on
1. Display
ON/OFFswitches
theand
device
or OFF
2. the oven
– Stops
program;
by any
pressing
the
button (see Clock setting).
- Temperature adjustment;
3.
4.
Timer Menu/Meat probe functions;
5.
- Minus;
6.
- Plus;
7.
- Function adjustment-down;
8.
- Function adjustment-up;
- Rapid Heat Up;
9.
10.
- Activates or deactivates the keylock;
11.
- Lamp ON or OFF;
12.
Start Cooking Key;
1. General Overview:
Resistance and fan combinations in the menu can be selected using touch
keys in the user interface. Cooking time, end time ( if meat probe is used end
temperature ) , cooking temperature are adjustable. Additionally keep warm, heat
up, real time display, stopwatch, and key lock functions are available.
The current function will flash on the Function Display for 7 seconds and the default
cooking temperature assigned to this function will appear on the temperature display
(Note: For some functions, a temperature control is not possible and the temperature
display is blank).
The
is steady on the status display, whereas
is flashing, indicating that
you are ready to cook but not started yet.
SWITCHING THE CONTROL ON or OFF:
CHANGING THE ASSIGNED DEFAULT OVEN TEMPERATURE:
The Temperature Setting on the Temperature Display might be changed by touching
button- the Temperature Display starts flashing- and setting the desired
the
value using
or in 5 degree intervals.
key activates or deactivates the control (independently from child lock). When
key for 1 second,
the control is OFF, the screen is completely blank. Pressing
activates the control. The current time of day appears on the display.
(!)Note: If you want to replace the default temperature setting for this function with
for approximately 5 seconds, until
this adjusted temperature permanently, touch
a buzzer tone is heard. The factory set default temperature for this function is now
permanently changed.
Note: In case of any occurred power interrupt, the current time of day will not be
correct any more. A flashing 0:00 will appear on the time of day display. It is
impossible to use any features of the control without setting the time of day. The
correct time can be adjusted using the
and keys.
Pressing
for 1 second as control is ON, sets the control in the OFF state.
MANUAL COOKING:
ADJUSTING TIME OF DAY:
Once a function is selected, touching the
key, initiates cooking with a
disapears , and the
temperature setting on the temperature display (if any).
time passed in cooking starts to be displayed on the timer/meat probe display.
Cooking will continue until it is ended by the user manually ( see: to pause,edit or
end cooking) or the maximum allowed cooking time, depending on the selected
cooking temperature, has passed, as listed below:
Touch and hold both
and
buttons until time of day digits start flashing. Using
or
keys, set the correct time. Wait for 7 seconds, flashing will stop, adjustment
is completed.
SELECTING A COOKING FUNCTION :
Using either of
or
keys, you may scroll through the function menu.
050-120 C 10h
121-200 C 6h
201-250 C 3h
In half and full automatic cooking, as described later, cooking is ended automatically
depending on the parameters entered by the user before initiating cooking (by
)
touching
TO PAUSE, EDIT or END COOKING:
during cooking, interrupts the cooking progress and
Touching
starts flashing, whereas other portions of the display remain the same. All oven
heating elements and turbo fan are disabled temporarily. Cooking is paused.
once again, all cooking related indications on the display
To end cooking, touch
disappear. The temperature display will indicate the residual heat ,if any ( see:
Residual Heat Indication ).
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1. General Overview:
Resistance and fan combinations in the menu can be selected using touch
keys in the user interface. Cooking time, end time ( if meat probe is used end
temperature ) , cooking temperature are adjustable. Additionally keep warm, heat
up, real time display, stopwatch, and key lock functions are available.
The current function will flash on the Function Display for 7 seconds and the default
cooking temperature assigned to this function will appear on the temperature display
(Note: For some functions, a temperature control is not possible and the temperature
display is blank).
The
is steady on the status display, whereas
is flashing, indicating that
you are ready to cook but not started yet.
SWITCHING THE CONTROL ON or OFF:
CHANGING THE ASSIGNED DEFAULT OVEN TEMPERATURE:
The Temperature Setting on the Temperature Display might be changed by touching
button- the Temperature Display starts flashing- and setting the desired
the
value using
or in 5 degree intervals.
key activates or deactivates the control (independently from child lock). When
key for 1 second,
the control is OFF, the screen is completely blank. Pressing
activates the control. The current time of day appears on the display.
(!)Note: If you want to replace the default temperature setting for this function with
for approximately 5 seconds, until
this adjusted temperature permanently, touch
a buzzer tone is heard. The factory set default temperature for this function is now
permanently changed.
Note: In case of any occurred power interrupt, the current time of day will not be
correct any more. A flashing 0:00 will appear on the time of day display. It is
impossible to use any features of the control without setting the time of day. The
correct time can be adjusted using the
and keys.
Pressing
for 1 second as control is ON, sets the control in the OFF state.
MANUAL COOKING:
ADJUSTING TIME OF DAY:
Once a function is selected, touching the
key, initiates cooking with a
disapears , and the
temperature setting on the temperature display (if any).
time passed in cooking starts to be displayed on the timer/meat probe display.
Cooking will continue until it is ended by the user manually ( see: to pause,edit or
end cooking) or the maximum allowed cooking time, depending on the selected
cooking temperature, has passed, as listed below:
Touch and hold both
and
buttons until time of day digits start flashing. Using
or
keys, set the correct time. Wait for 7 seconds, flashing will stop, adjustment
is completed.
SELECTING A COOKING FUNCTION :
Using either of
or
keys, you may scroll through the function menu.
050-120 C 10h
121-200 C 6h
201-250 C 3h
In half and full automatic cooking, as described later, cooking is ended automatically
depending on the parameters entered by the user before initiating cooking (by
)
touching
TO PAUSE, EDIT or END COOKING:
during cooking, interrupts the cooking progress and
Touching
starts flashing, whereas other portions of the display remain the same. All oven
heating elements and turbo fan are disabled temporarily. Cooking is paused.
once again, all cooking related indications on the display
To end cooking, touch
disappear. The temperature display will indicate the residual heat ,if any ( see:
Residual Heat Indication ).
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COOKING WITHOUT A PROGRAM (MANUAL)
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brings the previous function and
Note: After cooking has ended, touching
temperature settings on the screen, by a second
touch, cooking may be initiated
period
again.
Cooking with Meat Probe:
Your ove
Meat probe is a sensor, connected to plug inside the oven and inserted into the meat
to be cooked. Using the meat probe, cooking is automatically ended when the meat
reaches the desired temperature.
oven will n
To edit the cooking parameters (Fuction, Temperature, etc), use the appropriate
will restart cooking with the
buttons as described in this document. Touching
edited parameters.
displayed w
1) Select the desired function and adjust (if needed) the temperature as
described before in this document.
stops
key. The default value of the meat probe temperature will flash
on at 20
2) Touch
will appear on the
the right two digits of the timer/meat probe display.
1. Prepare
screen.
the o
3) Adjust the desired meat temperature at cooking end in the range 20-99 Bring
C
and keys.
using
position sh
,
disappears, cooking starts. The actual meat temperature is
4) Touch
2. Press th
displayed on the left , the adjusted end temperature on the right portion of
the timer/meat probe display.
the
but
AUTOMATIC COOKING:
Automatic
mode.
cooking means, that cooking will end automatically according to the
parameters you tell the control after selecting the cooking function and temperature
but before touching
.
n stop
Half Automatic Cooking:
This method is used when NO meat probe is used and you want to start cooking
While ente
During Cooking:
he immediately, entering the desired cooking duration.
appear wit
The 5 bars on the temperature display give an indication about the actual
oven temperature. Each bar is assigned to 1/5 th of the adjusted value. The up- “auto” appe
arrow near the bars flashes, when the heating elements are currently active.
event 1) Select the desired function and adjust (if needed) the temperature as
actory
described before in this document.
3. Enter th
the (-) but
cooking tim
AUTOMATIC END OF COOKING:
1:00 hour.
After cooking ends automatically, the temperature display will indicate theby pressin
2) Touch
key.
will flash on the timer screen.
and
keys.
appears on
3) Adjust the required cooking duration using
essing
the status display. ( If duration is brought to 0:00, two warning beeps occur)
key,
disappears, cooking starts. The cooking end time is
e with 4) Touch
displayed on the timer display, together with symbol
.
will be flashing and the current
residual heat ,if any ( see: Residual Heat Indication ),
will cancel the latter.
buzzer will sound for 7 minutes. Touching
In the
Full Automatic Cooking:
o the
This method is used when NO meat probe is used and you want the food to be ready
sign appea
not work.
4. When th
Residual Heat Indication:
at a certain time in future. Therefore, this method is also called ‘Delayed Cooking’
off for
d icon
leted. 1) Go through steps 1 to 3 of half automatic cooking (setting the cooking
duration)
ch on
of cooking
After cooking has ended manually or automatically, if the internal oven
temperature is above 60 °C, ‘down arrow’ on the right side of heat bars flashes pressing th
every 2 second and also “hot” is displayed on the temperature display. Each one of
the 5 heat bars symbolize now 60 °C. This indication goes on until the oven
5. The ove
temperature falls below 60 °C.
2) Touch
key again,
flashes on the timer screen together with the
current cooking end time.
3) Adjust the desired end time using
and keys.
on the status display
is still there, indicating that a delayed cooking
may disappear whereas
is programmed and cooking will not start immediately.
4) Touch
key,
disappears, cooking starts. The cooking end time is
displayed on the timer display, together with symbol
.
19:45. Wh
displayed.
hour.
SPECIAL FEATURES:
Lamp ON/OFF: The lamp inside the oven will be ON, whenever a function is being
or is adjusted. It will get OFF, after cooking and residual heat indication ends.
However, it can be switched ON or OFF touching , except using the defrost
function.
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brings the previous function and
Note: After cooking has ended, touching
temperature settings on the screen, by a second
touch, cooking may be initiated
again.
NOTE: The cooking time entered should be less than the
difference between the current time of the day and the end time
of cooking. Otherwise the oven will not switch to standby mode
and it will work until the end of cooking time.
Cooking with Meat Probe:
6. By pressing the
button, the remaining time can be viewed.
Changing
You can c
while your
Your ove
Meat
probe
is a sensor,
to plug inside
the oven
inserted
After
5 seconds
theconnected
display switches
to the
clockand
mode
andinto
thethe meat
tocurrent
be cooked.
the day
meatisprobe,
cookingThe
is automatically
endedtime
whenwill
the meat
timeUsing
of the
displayed.
end of cooking
reaches the desired temperature.
To edit the cooking parameters (Fuction, Temperature, etc), use the appropriate
will restart cooking with the
buttons as described in this document. Touching
edited parameters.
appear on the display by pressing the
button.
oven will
displayed
1) Select the desired function and adjust (if needed) the temperature as
before
in thiswill
document.
power
be switched off and the oven stops.
After described
1:00 hour
key. The default value of the meat probe temperature will flashstops
on at 2
2) Touch
Alarm
starts beeping.
willthe
appear on the
right
digitswhen
of the
probe display.
Thethe
display
to two
be shown
the timer/meat
The display
to be shown when
cooking starts
cooking finishes
screen.
1. Prepare
3) Adjust the desired meat temperature at cooking end in the range 20-99 CBring the
and keys.
using
position sh
,
disappears, cooking starts. The actual meat temperature is
4) Touch
displayed on the left , the adjusted end temperature on the right portion of2. Press th
When the
the cooking
programme
completed, audible warning is on and will remain
timer/meat
probeisdisplay.
the
bu
AUTOMATIC COOKING:
Automatic cooking means, that cooking will end automatically according to the
parameters you tell the control after selecting the cooking function and temperature
but before touching
.
Half Automatic Cooking:
on for 7 minutes if not switched off before.
This method is used when NO meat probe is used and you want to start cooking
immediately, entering the desired cooking duration.
During Cooking:
While ent
7. When the 1 hour cooking finishes, alarm starts beeping at the
The
5 bars
on thecan
temperature
display
give an indication
about the actual appear w
preset
level.
Alarm
be stopped
by pressing
any button.
oven temperature. Each bar is assigned to 1/5 th of the adjusted value. The up- “auto” app
1) Select the desired function and adjust (if needed) the temperature as
described before in this document.
2) Touch
key.
will flash on the timer screen.
and
keys.
appears on
3) Adjust the required cooking duration using
the status display. ( If duration is brought to 0:00, two warning beeps occur)
4) Touch
key,
disappears, cooking starts. The cooking end time is
displayed on the timer display, together with symbol
.
arrow near the bars flashes, when the heating elements are currently active.
3. Enter th
the (-) bu
9. If you wish
restart
the oven press the
button. The oven
cooking ti
AUTOMATIC
ENDtoOF
COOKING:
starts working manually.
1:00 hour
After cooking ends automatically, the temperature display will indicate the by pressin
8.
sign is shown.
will be flashing and
residual heat ,if any ( see: Residual Heat Indication ),
NOTE: If your press the
button duringwillsemi
automatic and full
cancel the latter.
buzzer will sound for 7 minutes. Touching
automatic programming the programmes in the memory will be
cancelled and your oven operates manually.
Full Automatic Cooking:
This method is used when NO meat probe is used and you want the food to be ready
at a certain time in future. Therefore, this method is also called ‘Delayed Cooking’
Residual Heat Indication:
10. Cooking will end by bringing the oven control button to off (0)
position.
After cooking has ended manually or automatically, if the internal oven
the curren
sign appe
not work.
4. When t
of cooking
temperature is above 60 °C, ‘down arrow’ on the right side of heat bars flashes pressing t
every
second
and also
“hot”
is displayed
oncooking.
the temperature
display.
Each one of
You 2have
finished
the
semi
automatic
Your food
is ready
the
heat bars symbolize now 60 °C. This indication goes on until the oven
for5servicing.
5. The ove
temperature falls below 60 °C.
1) Go through steps 1 to 3 of half automatic cooking (setting the cooking
duration)
2) Touch
key again,
flashes on the timer screen together with the
current cooking end time.
3) Adjust the desired end time using
and keys.
on the status display
is still there, indicating that a delayed cooking
may disappear whereas
is programmed and cooking will not start immediately.
4) Touch
key,
disappears, cooking starts. The cooking end time is
displayed on the timer display, together with symbol
.
SPECIAL FEATURES:
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19:45. W
displayed.
hour.
Lamp ON/OFF: The lamp inside the oven will be ON, whenever a function is being
or is adjusted. It will get OFF, after cooking and residual heat indication ends.
However, it can be switched ON or OFF touching , except using the defrost
function.
Heat Up Rapidly: Sometimes it is desired to bring the oven temperature rapidly to
will energize the circular resistance and/or turbo fan
the adjusted value. Touching
temporarily to achieve a rapid heat up.
symbol will be visible on the screen, after
reaching the adjusted oven temperature, it will vanish and a buzzer tone is heard.
Programmable Options
Buzzer
Tone:
arethe
three
buzzer
to select.
4. After
entering
thisThere
value
clock
willtones
switch
off the power and
Touch
the willkey
5 seconds
long,
day display
willYou
showcan
the silence
currently valid
the
alarm
beep.
HAND
icontime
willofstart
flashing.
tone alarm
as “tnbeep
1” (high)
or “tn 2 (medium)”
or “tnCurrent
3 (low)".time
The of
valid
tone
can be
the
by pressing
any button.
the
day,
Note: Rapid heat up is not allowed for some functions (grill) or when the actual
temperature is less than 50C away from the adjusted one or the adjusted
temperature is below 100 C.
changed by a
key touch within 7 seconds after the last one. Default tone is “tn
1”. sign and a flashing
sign will appear on the display.
If you Key
wishSound:
to restart
the oven press the
button and then the
There are three key sound options to select.
oven
working
manually.
Touchwill
thestart
key
key 5 seconds
long, time of day display will show the currently
6.
Cooking
end(beep
by bringing
the(click
oventone)
control
button
to offThe
(0)valid key
valid
key tonewill
as “bt”
tone) or“c”
or “nt"
(no tone).
position.
key touch within 7 seconds after the last one.
sound can be changed by a
Child Lock:
Child lock can be activated or deactivated via touching the
key for 1
second, until the
symbol appears on the screen. When child lock is activated, no
, is accepted.
key except
Default key sound is “bt”.
The display to be shown when the
cooking starts
Minute Minder Alarm:
The display to be shown when the
cooking finishes
Time of Day Mode 24h/12h: Default mode is 24 hours. If 12h am/pm
mode is desired, touch both
and keys 5 secons long. Mode changes and a beep
tone occurs. Do the same for vice versa.
Touch and release
key until
appears in a flashing manner. Give in the
or
keys. Flashing will stop after 7 seconds, a buzzer
time in minutes, using the
alarm lasting 7 minutes will be produced after the adjusted time has elapsed. This
alarm can be stopped touching any of
or
keys.
Auto Power Save (APS): APS is an option not set as factory setting. If set,
When the cooking programme is completed, audible warning is on and will remain
theforcontrol
willif be
automatically, whenever there is nothing other than
on
7 minutes
not switched
switched offOFF
before.
the time of day to be displayed. Touching
Alarm Clock:
5 seconds long in idle mode (no
cooking
related
operation
present)
activatescooking.
this option,
Time
of day
digits will show
You
have
finished
the semi
automatic
Your
food
is ready
PS ON for a few seconds accompanied with a beep tone. Cancelling this option is
for
servicing.
Touch and release
key until appears in a flashing manner. Give in the
or
keys. Flashing will stop after 7 seconds, a buzzer
alarm time , using the
alarm will be produced when the adjusted time has come. This alarm can be stopped
touching any of
or
keys.
done in the same way, PS OF will be shown on the screen.
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING
With this programme, cooking duration and the time to finish
cooking are programmed beforehand. Current time of the day
must be set before starting programming.
ERROR INDICATIONS:
When situations which prevent normal operation occur, the device enters error
mode. Device is in the standby status but an error code is displayed on Time of Day
Display. Even if the error recovers, this code will remain on the display until
key
is touched. A total number of 8 error codes exist:
Err1: Communication error
Err2: PT1000 open circuit
Err3: PT1000 short circuit
Err4: Temperature exceed in user interface
Err5: Temperature exceed in the power module.
Err6: Temperature sensor failure in the user interface.
Err7: Temperature sensor failure in the power module.
Err8: Main power error. There is no warm up detected although heating
elements seem to be activated.
1) The time is 18:30
2) You want the food
to be ready at 20:45.
You can set the finish
time by pressing the
and
buttons.
3) You can set the
cooking
time
by
pressing the
and
buttons. Let’s
enter the cooking time
as 1:00 hour.
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Heat Up Rapidly: Sometimes it is desired to bring the oven temperature rapidly to
will energize the circular resistance and/or turbo fan
the adjusted value. Touching
temporarily to achieve a rapid heat up.
symbol will be visible on the screen, after
reaching the adjusted oven temperature, it will vanish and a buzzer tone is heard.
Programmable Options
Buzzer Tone: There are three buzzer tones to select.
Touch the
key 5 seconds long, time of day display will show the currently valid
tone as “tn 1” (high) or “tn 2 (medium)” or “tn 3 (low)". The valid tone can be
changed by a
key touch within 7 seconds after the last one. Default tone is “tn
1”.
and
Note: Rapid heat up is not allowed for some functions (grill) or when the actual
nce temperature is less than 50C away from the adjusted one or the adjusted
ay, temperature is below 100 C.
Key Sound: There are three key sound options to select.
Touch the
key key 5 seconds long, time of day display will show the currently
valid key tone as “bt” (beep tone) or“c” (click tone) or “nt" (no tone). The valid key
key touch within 7 seconds after the last one.
sound can be changed by a
Default key sound is “bt”.
Child Lock:
Child lock can be activated or deactivated via touching the
key for 1
symbol appears on the screen. When child lock is activated, no
, is accepted.
key except
(0) second, until the
ady
Minute Minder Alarm:
Time of Day Mode 24h/12h: Default mode is 24 hours. If 12h am/pm
mode is desired, touch both
and keys 5 secons long. Mode changes and a beep
tone occurs. Do the same for vice versa.
Touch and release
key until
appears in a flashing manner. Give in the
or
keys. Flashing will stop after 7 seconds, a buzzer
time in minutes, using the
alarm lasting 7 minutes will be produced after the adjusted time has elapsed. This
alarm can be stopped touching any of
or
keys.
Auto Power Save (APS): APS is an option not set as factory setting. If set,
the control will be switched OFF automatically, whenever there is nothing other than
the time of day to be displayed. Touching
5 seconds long in idle mode (no
cooking related operation present) activates this option, Time of day digits will show
PS ON for a few seconds accompanied with a beep tone. Cancelling this option is
done in the same way, PS OF will be shown on the screen.
Alarm Clock:
Touch and release
key until appears in a flashing manner. Give in the
or
keys. Flashing will stop after 7 seconds, a buzzer
alarm time , using the
alarm will be produced when the adjusted time has come. This alarm can be stopped
touching any of
or
keys.
nish ERROR INDICATIONS:
da
When situations which prevent normal operation occur, the device enters error
mode. Device is in the standby status but an error code is displayed on Time of Day
Display. Even if the error recovers, this code will remain on the display until
key
is touched. A total number of 8 error codes exist:
Err1: Communication error
Err2: PT1000 open circuit
Err3: PT1000 short circuit
Err4: Temperature exceed in user interface
Err5: Temperature exceed in the power module.
Err6: Temperature sensor failure in the user interface.
Err7: Temperature sensor failure in the power module.
Err8: Main power error. There is no warm up detected although heating
elements seem to be activated.
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SECTION 8
SECTION 8
MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
Removing the oven door - fig 9
To aid cleaning and make Access to the oven
interior easier , the oven door can be simply
removed. To facilitate cleaning of the oven ,
the door can be removed via the hinges as
follows:
Cleaning your Oven
Cleaning
yourcleaning,
Oven
1. Before
starting
pull the power-supply plug out of the socket. If
Before
starting
cleaning,
pull the power-supply plug out of the socket. If
the 1.
oven
is hot,
wait for
cooling off.
the oven
is hot,
for cooling
off. enamel or painted surfaces. Use
2. Do
not use
thewait
agents
scratching
2. Do
not use
the agents
enamel
or painted surfaces. Use
creams
or liquid
cleaning
agents scratching
not containing
hard agents.
Hinges with movable bolt
creams
orspilling
liquid cleaning
agentsmay
not containing
hard agents.
3. The
liquid
on the cooker
cause damage
to enamel surfaces
3. they
The liquid
spilling onclean
the cooker
cause damage to enamel surfaces
when
burn. Promptly
spillingmay
liquids.
The hinges A are provived with two movable bolts B
When bolt B is raised, the hinge is released from its
housing .
Having done this, the door must be lifted upwards
and removed , sliding it towards the outside;
grip the sides of the door near the hinges when
performing these operations.
To refit the door firstly slide the hinges into their slots.
Before closing the door remember to rotate the two movable bolts B used to hook
the two hinges.
when
burn. Promptly
clean
spilling
liquids.
4. Do
not they
use corrosive
cleaning
agents
when
cleaning control panel.
4. Do drip
not use
corrosive
cleaning
whenthe
cleaning
control
5. Never
water
on and touch
theagents
glass when
oven is
hot. panel.
5. Nevercovers
drip water
onoven.
and touch
the oven
is hot.
6. Remove
of the
Washthe
andglass
rinsewhen
with soapy
water.
6. Remove covers of the oven. Wash and rinse with soapy water.
Cleaning the Interior Part of Your Oven
Cleaning the Interior Part of Your Oven
� Pull the power-supply plug out of the socket before starting cleaning.
� Pull the power-supply plug out of the socket before starting cleaning.
Remove trays and grill. Wipe the interior parts with soap soaked cloth.
Remove trays and grill. Wipe the interior parts with soap soaked cloth.
Clean it with dampened cloth again and wipe dry.
Clean it with dampened cloth again and wipe dry.
� Do not use dry and powder cleaning agents. Clean the glass surfaces with
� Do not use dry and powder cleaning agents. Clean the glass surfaces with
glass cleaning agents.
glass cleaning agents.
� Do not use hard brushes, steel wood or sharp instruments such as a knife
� Do not use hard brushes, steel wood or sharp instruments such as a knife
when cleaning the interior part of the oven.
when cleaning the interior part of the oven.
� Remove the glass front lid by unscrewing the fixing parts by use of a
� Remove the glass front lid by unscrewing the fixing parts by use of a
screwdriver, and remove the inside glass, clean and rinse it. After drying it
screwdriver, and remove the inside glass, clean and rinse it. After drying it
place the seal properly and re-install the glass
place the seal properly and re-install the glass
Changing Oven Lamp
1. Pull the plug out of socket.
2. Turn the lamp fixing glass counter-clockwise direction to seperate it.
3. To seperate lamp from body turn it to counter-clockwise direction.
4. Fix new lamp that you gain from authorised service in place of old lamp.
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SECTION 8
SECTION 8
MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
Removing the oven door - fig 9
To aid cleaning and make Access to the oven
interior easier , the oven door can be simply
removed. To facilitate cleaning of the oven ,
the door can be removed via the hinges as
follows:
Cleaning your Oven
Cleaning
yourcleaning,
Oven
1. Before
starting
pull the power-supply plug out of the socket. If
Before
starting
cleaning,
pull the power-supply plug out of the socket. If
the 1.
oven
is hot,
wait for
cooling off.
the oven
is hot,
for cooling
off. enamel or painted surfaces. Use
2. Do
not use
thewait
agents
scratching
2. Do
not use
the agents
enamel
or painted surfaces. Use
creams
or liquid
cleaning
agents scratching
not containing
hard agents.
Hinges with movable bolt
creams
orspilling
liquid cleaning
agentsmay
not containing
hard agents.
3. The
liquid
on the cooker
cause damage
to enamel surfaces
3. they
The liquid
spilling onclean
the cooker
cause damage to enamel surfaces
when
burn. Promptly
spillingmay
liquids.
The hinges A are provived with two movable bolts B
When bolt B is raised, the hinge is released from its
housing .
Having done this, the door must be lifted upwards
and removed , sliding it towards the outside;
grip the sides of the door near the hinges when
performing these operations.
To refit the door firstly slide the hinges into their slots.
Before closing the door remember to rotate the two movable bolts B used to hook
the two hinges.
when
burn. Promptly
clean
spilling
liquids.
4. Do
not they
use corrosive
cleaning
agents
when
cleaning control panel.
4. Do drip
not use
corrosive
cleaning
whenthe
cleaning
control
5. Never
water
on and touch
theagents
glass when
oven is
hot. panel.
5. Nevercovers
drip water
onoven.
and touch
the oven
is hot.
6. Remove
of the
Washthe
andglass
rinsewhen
with soapy
water.
6. Remove covers of the oven. Wash and rinse with soapy water.
Cleaning the Interior Part of Your Oven
Cleaning the Interior Part of Your Oven
� Pull the power-supply plug out of the socket before starting cleaning.
� Pull the power-supply plug out of the socket before starting cleaning.
Remove trays and grill. Wipe the interior parts with soap soaked cloth.
Remove trays and grill. Wipe the interior parts with soap soaked cloth.
Clean it with dampened cloth again and wipe dry.
Clean it with dampened cloth again and wipe dry.
� Do not use dry and powder cleaning agents. Clean the glass surfaces with
� Do not use dry and powder cleaning agents. Clean the glass surfaces with
glass cleaning agents.
glass cleaning agents.
� Do not use hard brushes, steel wood or sharp instruments such as a knife
� Do not use hard brushes, steel wood or sharp instruments such as a knife
when cleaning the interior part of the oven.
when cleaning the interior part of the oven.
� Remove the glass front lid by unscrewing the fixing parts by use of a
� Remove the glass front lid by unscrewing the fixing parts by use of a
screwdriver, and remove the inside glass, clean and rinse it. After drying it
screwdriver, and remove the inside glass, clean and rinse it. After drying it
place the seal properly and re-install the glass
place the seal properly and re-install the glass
Changing Oven Lamp
1. Pull the plug out of socket.
2. Turn the lamp fixing glass counter-clockwise direction to seperate it.
3. To seperate lamp from body turn it to counter-clockwise direction.
4. Fix new lamp that you gain from authorised service in place of old lamp.
CHANGING OVEN LAMP
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SECTION 9
INFORMATION ABOUT TRANSPORTATION
of transport hold
your TRANSPORTATION
oven vertically and do not put anythin
SECTION 9 In case
INFORMATION
ABOUT
on it.
In case of transport hold your oven vertically and do not put anything
on it.
SECTION 10
SECTION 10
Things To Do Before Calling Authorised Service
Things To Do Before Calling Authorised Service
At transportation;
Please Keep your ovens original box.
At transportation;
Carry your oven with original box. Obey carrying signs on box.
Please Keep your ovens original box.
To keep your oven door from damage that may occur durin
Carry your oven with original box. Obey carrying signs on box.
transportation by wire grate and trays, stick 1-1,5 cm thin cardboard o
To keep your oven door from damage that may occur during
paper on oven front door inner glass with sticky tape at level of trays
transportation by wire grate and trays, stick 1-1,5 cm thin cardboard or
Stick oven door to side walls with sticky tape.
paper on oven front door inner glass with sticky tape at level of trays.
To place packaging materials look at figures below.
Stick oven door to side walls with sticky tape.
To place packaging materials look at figures below.
s
.
If your oven haven’t got an original box ;
.
Take precautions about damage possiblity of oven outer walls
If your oven haven’t got an original box ;
glass, painted, enamelled or stainless steel surfaces.
Take precautions about damage possiblity of oven outer walls,
with
glass, painted, enamelled or stainless steel surfaces.
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INFORMATION ABOUT TRANSPORTATION
In case of transport hold your oven vertically and do not put anythin
SECTION 9
INFORMATION ABOUT TRANSPORTATION
on it.
In case of transport hold your oven vertically and do not put anything
on it.
At transportation;
SECTION 10
Please Keep your ovens original box.
At transportation;
Carry your oven with original box. Obey carrying signs on box.
Please Keep your
box. door from damage that may occur durin
Toovens
keeporiginal
your oven
Carry your oven
with original
signs
on 1-1,5
box. cm thin cardboard o
transportation
bybox.
wireObey
gratecarrying
and trays,
stick
To keeppaper
your on
oven
thatwith
may
occur
ovendoor
frontfrom
door damage
inner glass
sticky
tapeduring
at level of trays
transportation
by wire
and
trays,
stick
thin cardboard or
Stick
ovengrate
door to
side
walls
with1-1,5
stickycm
tape.
paper on oven front
doorpackaging
inner glass
with sticky
at level
of trays.
To place
materials
looktape
at figures
below.
Stick oven door to side walls with sticky tape.
To place packaging materials look at figures below.
.
.
with
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SECTION 10
If your oven haven’t got an original box ;
Take precautions about damage possiblity of oven outer walls
If your oven
haven’t
got
an original
box ;
glass,
painted,
enamelled
or stainless
steel surfaces.
Take precautions about damage possiblity of oven outer walls,
glass, painted, enamelled or stainless steel surfaces.
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Things To Do Before Calling Authorised Service
Things To Do Before Calling Authorised Service
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