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Built-in oven
installation
use
maintenance
INDEX
pag.
pag.
General warnings
3
Oven cooking chart
10
Appliance features
4
Description and use of accessories
10
Installation
5
Cleaning and maintenance
15
How to cook
8
GENERAL WARNINGS
The appliance has been designed and constructed following the under mentioned European rules:
EN 60335 - 1 plus relevant amendment
EN 60335 - 2 - 6 plus relevant amendment
Furthermore the appliance is in conformity with the under mentioned European directives:
CEE 2006/95 + 93/68 relevant to electric safety (BT)
CEE 89/336 + 92/31 + 93/68 relevant to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Oven features that can come into contact with food are made of materials suitable to those prescribed
by CEE 89/109 directives and law by decree Nr. 108.
The conformity of the appliance to the above mentioned norms is put in evidence by the CE symbol
evident on the identifying nameplate.
Read carefully all the instructions contained in this booklet. It provides you with important
information regarding the safe installation, use and maintenance of the appliance as well as
useful advice for getting the best out of your oven. Keep this booklet in a safe place for future
reference.
The manufacturer pays particular attention when printing its instruction manual however misprints may
occur. If the texts are unclear, please contact the service centre for explanations.
After removing the packing, check that the appliance is not damaged in any way. Be careful not to
leave the packing materials (plastic sheeting, expanded polystyrene etc.) in reach of children, as they
can be dangerous.
IMPORTANT: do not use the oven door handle to move the appliance, such as when removing
it from the packaging.
IMPORTANT
This appliance must be used exclusively for cooking food and for no other purpose.
Any other use of the appliance (such as heating a room) is incorrect and therefore dangerous.
The manufacturer can not be considered responsible for possible damages arising from a wrong
installation or incorrect.
- Installation and maintenance have to be done by qualified staff only.
- The appliance should only be used for the cooking of food and not for any other use.
- The safety of this appliance is assured only when it is correctly connected to a good system of
previewed grounding, like from the norms.
- When in use the appliance becomes very hot. Do not touch the heated elements inside the oven.
- Do not touch the appliance with humid or wet hands or feet.
- Do not use the appliance barefoot.
- Do not pull the feeding cable in order to detach the plug from socket.
- Do not leave the apparatus exposed to atmospheric agents (rain, sun and so on).
- Do not allow the appliance to be used by children.
CAUTION: The oven surfaces may get very hot when the grill is in use. Keep children well away.
Keep from sitting and put heavy objects on the oven door when it is open.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make modifications that may be necessary and useful,
without prejudicing essential safety and working features.
The manufacturer can not be considered responsible for possible damages arising from a
wrong installation or incorrect use of the appliance.
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APPLIANCE FEATURES
OVEN CAVITY
FI88
Working sizes (mm) LxPxH
Oven capacity (l)
Statico
Fan oven / MF
OVEN
ELEMENTS POWER
FI72
595x542x884
595 x 542 x 714
33 lt
33 lt
Fan oven (kW)
2,1
48 lt
Grill (kW)
2,9
60 lt
Static oven (kW)
2,2
Supply voltage 230 V~
CONTROLS DESCRIPTION
1. Thermostat warning light (upper oven).
2. Functions selector (upper oven)
3. Warning light for functions selector (upper oven)
4. Thermostat (upper oven)
5. Clock digital programmer
1
2
3
4
5
6. Functions selector (lower oven).
7. Warning light functions selector (lower oven)
8. Thermostat (lower oven)
9. Thermostat warning light (lower oven)
10. Grill energy regulator
(optional available only for some models)
6
7
8
9
10
°C
°C
0
0
6
60
260
260
5
100
100
200
150
NOTE: Pictures appearance and graphics are indicative only.
4
200
1
60
150
2
4
3
INSTALLATION
How to remove packing
After having removed internal and external packing ensure that the apparatus is intact and not damaged.
If you are not sure do not use the oven, and call your Retailer.
Some points are protected with a plastic coating.
It is absolutely necessary to eliminate this covering before using the appliance.
The elements used for packing (cardboard, bags, polystyrene, cards) must be kept away from
children because they are a potential source of danger.
Installation, regulation, transformation, maintenance should only be done by qualified personnel
only.
LOCATING IN KITCHEN FURNITURE
It’s necessary that the furniture has suitable features see pict. 2 for mod .FI 88 and 2-1 for mod FI
72 .
(FIXING) CONNECTION
After having built the oven in the furniture, open the door and fix the oven frame in the furniture with
four screws sideways (2 each side), screwing them in the holes, as indicated in fig. 2 for mod. FI 88
and fig. 2/1 for mod FI 72.
ATTENTION:
Adjacent boards have to be made of heat resistant material and the glues have to be resistant to 100°
C. temperatures.
At the end of mounting contacts to electrics components have to be impossible.
Protections have to be removable only with the help of a tool.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Electric connection has to be done according to rules and law provisions in force.
Before doing the connection, check the following:
- The electric power and sockets are suitable to maximum power of the oven. (See data plate on the
appliance).
- WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
The appliance’s electrical safety can only be guaranteed when it has been correctly connected to
a properly earthed power supply, as laid down in the regulations for electrical safety.
Important: the manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damage to persons or objects due
to the lack of an earth connection.
- Never use reducers, adaptors or branches for connections.
CONNECTING OF FEEDING CABLE
If apparatus is not fitted with feeding cable, use cable Mod. H05RR-F 3x4 sq. mm. stating suitable
section of the cable which has to be connected to terminal.
To obtain that you have to:
- Connect the supply cable to the terminal strip of the oven (fig. 3), keeping the earth wire 3 cm. longer
than the active conductors (live/neutral) .
- Connect cable’s wires as follows:
L =
(live) brown or red wire
N =
(neutral) blue wire
=
(earth) yellow - green wire.
N.B. Feeding’s cable temperature should never reach 100°C.
Connection to normal socket
Connect feeding cable a normal plug suitable to the load stated on data plate.
When the cooker has been built-in household check that the plug is accesible.
Direct connection to electric supply
If an appliance is not equipped with supply cable and plug, the power supply must be fitted with a
disconnect switch in which the distance between contacts permits total disconnection in accordance
with overvoltage category III, as required by installation regulations.
The yellow/green earth wire should not be controlled by the switch..
L
N
fig. 3
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HOW TO COOK
At the first use of the oven, it’s normal to smeel the protective oils used in manufacture burning off.
Leave oven on maximum setting for approximately one hour before use.
N.B. Set any timer, clock or programmer to manual mode (see section on page 11)
N.B. Before carryng out cleaning, disconnect the appliance from electrical supply.
At the end of the initial heating, let the oven cool down and clean the inside with detergent and warm
water. Before using, wash all grid accessories, baking-pan and trays.
General information and use precautions
- The oven must be used with the door closed.
- Always hold the handle in the middle, to open the oven door.
- When you open the oven door, beware hot vapour.
- Use protective gloves to insert or to extract containers from the oven.
- Use containers resistant to the temperatures indicated on the thermostat knob.
- After use of the oven, be sure that all controls are in the off position..
- Never roast or bake on the oven base.
Oven light
The symbols present on the oven control knob are different according to the models. The first function
common to all is the oven light bulb switching on, identified by the symbol
.
Once selected, the bulb light is on during other oven functions.
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COOKING FUNCTIONS
Using the oven selectors it is possible to set the following functions.
Cooking temperature °C
mode
min 60
indicators
max 260
Note: the oven must be used with the door closed
All functions will start after selecting the oven temperature with the
thermostat knob.
Defrosting with fan
The air at ambient temperature is distributed inside the oven for
defrosting food more quickly and without proteins adulteration.
60 ÷ 200
Medium grill
This function operates the top central element which radiates heat
directly over the foods. This function can be used between 60 and 200°C.
60 ÷ 200
Total grill
This function switches on both top elements to radiate heat directly
over the foods. This function can be used between 60 and 200°C.
For the multifunction oven, set knob controls the energy regulation
optional available only in some model of the grill to the positon 6.
Turning this knob you can select a gradual variation of the grill cooking
temperature.
60 ÷ 260
Natural convection
Both the lower and upper heating elements operate together. This is
the traditional cooking, very good for roasting joints, ideal for biscuits,
baked apples and crisping food. You obtain very good results when
cooking on a shelf adjusting the temperature between 60 and 260°C.
60 ÷ 260
Fan oven
Both the fan and the circular heating element operate together.
The hot air adjustable between 60 and 260°C is evenly distributed
inside the oven.
This is ideal for cooking several types of food (meat, fish) at the same
time without affecting taste and smell. It is indicated for delicate pastries.
60 ÷ 260
Fan-assisted natural convection
The top and bottom elements and fan are all on. This is the normal
cooking method, excellent for a variety of foods. It produces good
results for cooking on one level; ideal for biscuits, cakes and canapés
with the temperature adjustable from 60 to 260 C.
60 ÷ 200
Fan assisted total grill
The air which is heated by the grill heating element is circulated by the
fan and so helps to distribute the heat between 60 and 200°C. The fan
assisted grill replaces perfectly the turnspit. You can obtain very good
results also with large quantities of poultry, sausage, red meat.
For the multifunction oven, set knob controls the energy regulation
optional available only in some model of the grill to the positon 6.
Turning this knob you can select a gradual variation of the grill cooking
temperature.
60 ÷ 260
Lower heating element
This function is particularly suitable for cooking from the bottom, heating
food and sterilizing glass jars. It is also indicated for food requiring
long, slow cooking, e.g. casseroles. This function can be used between
60° and 260°C.
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Oven cooking chart
Meats
Roast veal
Roast pork
Filetto di manzo
Poultry
Roast chicken
Scones
Bread
Pastres
Biscuits
Sponge cake
Small cake
Cakes
Apple-pie
FI 88
Minutes
FI 72
°C
Minutes
Function
Level
FI 88 FI 72
°C
Fan oven
Fan oven
Grill
4
4
260
3
3
260
190
190
230
130
130
6+6
190
190
230
Grill
Fan oven
Fan oven
260
3/5
4
260
1/3
3
230
190
180
85/90
20/22
25/30
230
180
180
Fan oven
Fan oven
Fan oven
3/5
4
4
1/3
3
3
200
150
160
15
50
25
200
150
150
14
45
35
Fan oven
4
3
190
45
170
43
120
100
6+6
85/90
20
25/30
The values shown (temperatures and cooking times) are approximate and may vary depending on the
type of meat and its thickness.
DESCRIPTIONS OF ACCESSORIES
Oven accessories
A
B
C
front part
A = wire shelves
B = Drip dray (optional)
D = Grill pan set
NOTE: Install the grids, by placing them on the horizontal slides inside
the oven wall.
The raised part of the grid must be in face of the oven rear
wall (fig. 4).
fig. 4
COOLING MOTOR
Some models are equipped with tangential cooling motor.
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DIGITAL PROGRAMMING (fig. 5).
DIGITAL PROGRAMMING
If the oven fitted with this accessory (see pict. 1 at the end of this handbook) it has the following
functions:
Clock (you can set it with 2 and 3 keys)
Minute-counter (you can set it with key 1)
Cooking time (you can set it with key 2)
Cooking end (you can set it with key 3)
Time regulation: “back” (you can set it with key 4)
Time regulation: “forward” you can set it with key 5).
Digital display “D” indicates hour, cooking end and cooking length times.
Time setting
After electric connection or after a current leakage, the display shows the following at the same time:
“AUTO” and “0,00”.
Press and release together the keys 2 and 3 within 4 seconds, proceed with the setting of the exact
hour, pushing 4 and 5 keys. At the end of the setting no symbols are on.
Minute-counter
Push key 1 and select cooking time through keys 4 or 5
symbol lights up. At the end of time set,
alarm switches on and
symbol, blinks. After having switching off the alarm, this symbol disappears.
Semi-automatic operation (cooking length)
Push key 2 and set cooking length time with key 5, symbols “AUTO” and
lights up.
Set the thermostat knob on required temperature and “function”
knob on required kind of cooking.
When the set time has expired, symbol switches off, “AUTO” symbol blinks and alarm sounds.
Semi-automatic operation (end cooking)
Push key 3 and set end cooking with key 5, symbols “AUTO” and
lights up.
Set now thermostat knob on required temperature and function knob on required kind of cooking.
When set hour is reached,
symbol switches off “ AUTO” symbol blinks and alarm sounds.
Automatic operation (postponed cooking)
At first, it’s necessary to program cooking length (key 2).
Symbols “AUTO” and
light up.
Then, you have to program time for cooking end. (key 3).
symbol switches off as previously described.
Set thermostat knob on required kind of cooking.
Symbol
lights up again when cooking starts.
When time of cooking has expired symbol switches off and symbol “AUTO” flashes.
Then alarm sounds.
Acoustic signal / Alarm
The acoustic signal sounds at the end of a specific programming and it stays on for about 2 minutes.
If you need to stop it before this period of time, you have to push one of the functions buttons.
Program beginning and check
Programme starts in about 4 seconds from time indicated.
It is possible to check time remaining by pushing
button.
Correction or erasure of set program
The program can be corrected in at any time by pushing programming button before and after keys
Nr. 4 or 5.
The erasure of a programme can be done correcting set time and bringing it to “0,00” value.
By deleting time of working, you automatically delete the end of working and vice versa.
Oven automatically stops and “auto” symbol blinks time cannot be corrected when automatic program
is on.
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HOROLOGE LED (fig 6)
Features
24 hours clock with automatic programme and minutes counter.
Functions
Cooking time, cooking end time, manual position, clock, minutes counter, times to be set up to 23
hours 59 minutes.
Display
4-figures, 7-segments diplay for cooking times and time of day.
Cooking time and manual function = saucepan symbol
Automatic function
= AUTO
Minutes counter
= bell symbol
The symbols light up when the corresponding functions are selected.
Setting
To set, press and release the desired function, and within 5 seconds set the time with + and - buttons.
Semi-automatic use with cooking time setting
Press the cooking time button and set the desired time with + or -.
The AUTO and cooking time symbols light up continuously.
The relay switches on immediately. When the cooking end time corresponds to the time of day, the
relay and cooking time symbol switch off, the sound signal rings and the AUTO symbol flashes.
Tasto + e + and - buttons.
The + and - buttons increase or decrease the time at a speed depending on how long the button is
pressed.
Setting the time
Press any two buttons (cooking time, end time, minutes counter) at the same time, and + or - button
to set the desired time. This deletes any previously set programme. The contacts are switched off and
the AUTO symbol flashes.
Manual use
By pressing the manual button the relay contacts switch on, the AUTO symbol switches off and the
saucepan symbol lights up.
Manual operation can only be enabled after the automatic programme is over or it has been cancelled.
Automatic use
Press the cooking time or end time button to switch automatically from the manual to the automatic
function.
Semi-automatic use with end time setting
Press the end time button. The time of day appears on the display. Set the cooking end time with +
button. The AUTO and cooking time symbols light up continuously.
The relay contacts switch on. When the cooking end time corresponds to the time of day, the relay
and the cooking time symbol switch off. When the cooking time is up, the AUTO symbol flashes, the
sound signal rings and both the relay and the cooking time button switch off.
Automatic use with cooking time and end time setting
Press the cooking time button and select the length of the cooking time with + or - button.
The AUTO and cooking time symbols light up continuously. The relay switches on.
By pressing the cooking end time button the next cooking end time appears on the display.
Set the cooking end time with + button. The relay and the cooking time symbol switch off.
The symbol lights up again when the time of day corresponds to the cooking start time. When the
cooking time is up, the AUTO symbol flashes, the sound signal rings, the cooking time symbol and
the relay switch off.
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Minutes counter
Press the minutes counter button and set the cooking time with + or - button.
The bell symbol lights up when the minutes counter is operating. When the set time is up, the sound
signal rings and the bell symbol switches off.
Sound signal
The sound signal starts at the end of a programme or of the minutes counter function and it lasts for
15 minutes.
To stop it, push any one of the functions buttons.
Start programme and check
The programme starts 4 seconds after it has been set.
The programme can be checked at any time by pressing the corresponding button.
Setting error
A setting error is made if the time of day on the clock falls within the cooking start and end times.
To correct the setting error, change the cooking time or cooking end time. The relays switch off when
a setting error is made.
Cancelling a setting
To cancel a setting, press the cooking time button and then press the - button untill 00 00 appears
on the display.
A set programme will automatically cancel on completion.
Minutes counter
A
U
T
O
Cooking time
End time
Manual
Subtract time
1
fig. 5
2
3
4
Add time
5
fig. 6
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TURNSPIT (optional)
The turnspit, marked with the symbol
is an optional available only in some models. Its symbol is
next to the oven function symbols, for example
when selecting the function grill” the “turnspit” will
automatically operate too.
Use of the turnspit .
- Thread the chicken or the cubes of meat for
roasting on below spit L, ensuring that it is
gripped safely between the two forks F (fig. 7).
- Put the spit on support G, .
- Put support G completely into the oven.
- Fit the end of the spit into the motor M at the
back of the oven
- Place the oven tray with a little water on the
lowest shelf of the oven.
- Close the oven door.
- When removing the spit, wear oven mitts and
pull out support G.
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fig. 7
M
L
G
F
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Wait until the appliance has cooled down before attempting to clean it.
Disconnect it from the power supply, either by pulling the plug out or switching off the power supply
at the mains.
NOTE: Do not use steam cleaners to clean the oven.
Clean enamelled, chromed or painted parts with warm water and soap, or non-corrosive liquid detergent.
Clean stainless steel parts using methylated spirit of a suitable commercially produced solution.
Clean aluminium panels or edges with cotton wool or with a cloth soaked in vaseline or a seed-based
oil. Clean and then go over it with methylated spirit. Never use abrasives, corrosive detergents, bleaches
or acids for cleaning the oven.
Do not leave corrosive or acidic substances (lemon juice, vinegar, etc.) on enamelled, painted or
stainless steel parts.
Removal of oven door
To make cleaning easier, remove the oven door as follows:
1) open the door halfway and remove the glass stoppers A, the profile B (as shown in fig. 8) and the
glass C, as shown in fig. 8A.
2) open the oven door completely.
3 ) flip the hinge hooks "A" outwards (see fig. 8B).
4) shut the oven door slowly until it reaches hooks "A", making sure these are locked into slots "B"
of the oven door, as shown in fig. 8C.
5) Using both hands, push the oven door lightly inwards, toenable the door hinges "C" to come away
from the slots "D" (see fig. 8D) and pull the door towards you until it is released from the oven.
After cleaning it, reposition it correctly following the abovesteps in the reverse order and flipping hooks
"A" inwardsbefore you shut the oven door (fig. 8E).
B
A
Fig 8
C
Fig 8A
A
A
B
C
A
A
D
Fig. 8B
Fig. 8C
Fig. 8D
Fig. 8E
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Oven light (fig. 9)
The oven bulb is a special kind which is resistant to high temperatures.
Replace it as follows: disconnect the oven from the power supplyby
removing the plug or switching off the power supply at the mains; remove
the protective glass (A) and replace the burnt-out bulb with one of the
same type. Replace the protective glass.
Fig. 9
T300°C
A
Important: if the oven is no longer to be used, it should be made inoperable by cutting the
power supply cable, after unplugging it from the power supply. Disused appliances can be
a safety risk as children often play with them. For this reason it is advisable to make the
oven safe.
Black=Bk
Brown=Br
Red=R
Green=G
Blue=Bl
Grey=Gy
White=W
Violet=V
Bl
Gy
Bl
Br
Br
Br
Oven Selector
Switch
G
V
Gy
Grill element
1300W
Upper
element
800W
Bl
Bl
Lower
element
Br
Bl
Warming
Light
Br
Bl
Oven
Thermostat
Lamp
Bl
Cooling
Fan
Br
Warming
Light
Br
Thermo
switch
Bk
Br
Bl
Thermo
switch
Warming
Light
V
Gy
W
Convectional
Fan Motor
Lower element
Ring Element
Grill
element
Upper
element
Bl
Oven Selector Switch
G
Bk
V
G
Gy
R
Overtime Thermo
switch
W
Bl
Br
Bl
Bl
Bl
Bl
Bl
Bl
Overtime Thermo
switch
R
Bl
Bl
Br
Br
Warming
Light
Bl
R
Lamp
Bl
Oven
Thermostat
Bl
Br
Bl
Br
Br
Bl
Bk
Bl
Oven electrical diagram
Bl
W
Bl
Br
Black=Bk
Brown=Br
Red=R
Green=G
Blue=Bl
Grey=Gy
White=W
Violet=V
Gy
Bl
Br
Br
Br
Oven Selector
Switch
G
V
Gy
Grill element
1300W
Upper
element
800W
Bl
Bl
Lower
element
Br
Bl
Warming
Light
Br
Bl
Oven
Thermostat
Lamp
Bl
Cooling
Fan
Br
Warming
Light
Br
Thermo
switch
Bk
Br
Bl
Thermo
switch
Warming
Light
V
Gy
W
Grill
element
Upper
element
Bl
Oven Selector Switch
G
Convectional
Fan Motor
Lower element
Ring Element
V
G
Bk
G
y
R
Overtime Thermo
switch
W
Bl
Br
Bl
Bl
Bl
Bl
Bl
Bl
Overtime Thermo
switch
R
Bl
Bl
Bl
Br
Br
Bl
R
Br
Br
Warming
Light
Bl
Br
Lamp
Bl
Oven
Thermostat
Bl
Bk
Bl
Oven electrical diagram (grill energy regulator)
W
Grill energy
regulator
Bl
Bl
Bl
Br
This appliance is marked according to the Europeandirective
2002/96/EC on Waste Electricaland Electronic Equipment (WEEE).By
ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,you will help prevent
potential negativeconsequences for the environment and humanhealth,
which could otherwise be caused byinappropriate waste handling of
this product.
The symbol
on the product, or on thedocuments accompanying
the product, indicatesthat this appliance may not be treated ashousehold
waste. Instead it shall be handedover to the applicable collection point
for therecycling of electrical and electronic equipment.Disposal must
be carried out in accordance withlocal environmental regulations for
wastedisposal.For more detailed information about treatment,recovery
and recycling of this product, pleasecontact your local city office, your
householdwaste disposal service or the shop where youpurchased
the product.
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Tipolitografia Montagnani - Modena (Italy) - Cod. 537237 0907
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