Defy | 631T | Owner`s manual | Defy 631T Owner`s manual

OWNER’S MANUAL
MODEL: 631 T
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CONTENTS
Introduction
Unpacking
Installation
Electrical installation
Anti-tilt bracket
Anti-tilt bracket assembly
Safety advice
Multifunction oven
Oven operation
Defrost—fan only
Static oven
Fan assisted oven
Thermofan oven
Turbo grilling
Grilling
Solid plate care guide
Solid plates
Warmer drawer
Maintenance
Removable oven door
Oven light
Cleaning
Do and Don’t guide
Owners responsibility
Problem check
Control panel and symbols
Defy service centres
Warranty
Purchase details
Part Number 067 798
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MULTIFUNCTION
STOVE
The Manufacturer
strives for continuous
improvements.
For this reason, the text
and illustrations in this
book are subject to
change without notice.
Please register your
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Introduction
Congratulations on the purchase of this quality stove.
We trust that you will enjoy many years of trouble free use. Please read these
instructions carefully before using the stove. This manual will provide you with
information on how to operate and care for your stove in order that you gain the maximum
benefit from it.
Unpacking
• Please ensure that packaging material is disposed of in a responsible manner.
• Plastic bags should be cut up to prevent children playing with them and accidentally
suffocating.
• Remove all packing from the oven cavity and position the accessories.
• If the appliance is damaged in any way, do not use it. Report the damage to your dealer,
who will take the necessary corrective action.
Installation
• Levelling feet are provided to assist you in positioning your stove, so that it will stand
firm and level. To adjust the level, turn the relevant foot to either raise or lower the
stove.
• Surfaces immediately adjacent to the oven should be able to withstand temperatures of
up to 100°C without delaminating or discolouring.
Electrical installation
This appliance must be earthed and the manufacturer and the seller do not accept
responsibility for any damage due to incorrect installation or electrical connection.
This appliance should not be connected through an earth leakage system.
Refer to S.A.N.S. 10142.
Connection to the power supply
This appliance has a ‘Y’ type supply cord connection and must be installed by a licensed
electrician, who will ensure that the stove is correctly connected and safely earthed. The
rated current is printed on the serial number label attached to the stove upper back panel.
The appliance must be connected to the mains through an All pole isolating switch which
has a minimum clearance between the contacts of 3 mm. in All poles.
A means for disconnection must be provided in the fixed wiring.
Anti-tilt bracket
WARNING
All stoves can tilt if you or a child sit or lean on an open oven door.
Safety regulations stipulate that the ANTI-TILT brackets supplied with the stove,
must be fitted as shown on page 3.
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The Anti-tilt bracket kit assembly comprises of:
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2 x Anti-tilt brackets (stove)
2 x Anti-tilt brackets (wall)
6 x Securing bolts (4 short and 2 long)
4 x Hilti fasteners
A is to be fitted at the rear of the stove on the left and right hand side using 2 securing
bolts C in the threaded holes provided. (2 short bolts per side).
B is fitted to A by the securing bolt C (1 long bolt per side).
Slightly loosen the securing bolt C to allow B to slide freely over A
Position the stove and slide B to touch the wall behind the stove.
Mark the two holes in B where they touch the wall behind the stove.
Remove the stove and unfasten the bracket B.
Using a 6.0 mm concrete bit, drill two holes at the marked positions.
Using the Hilti fasteners D, firmly secure B to the wall.
Slide the stove back in position and carefully engage the brackets so that B slides over
A.
Securely fasten the two brackets by tightening bolt C. (1 long bolt per side)
The stove is then secured and will not accidentally tilt if downward pressure is applied
to the open oven door.
C
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B
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B
Wall
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Stove
D
Parts
Anti-tilt installation side view
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Stove
C
B
A
Wall
A
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C
B
B
Assembly
Anti-tilt installation top view
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Safety advice
This section contains safety instructions that
will help you avoid risk of injury and
damage. All warranties will become void if
you do not follow these instructions.
General safety
• This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including
children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning
the use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety. Children
should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
• Connect the appliance to an earthed outlet/
line protected by a fuse of suitable
capacity. Have the earth installation made
by a qualified electrician. Our company
shall not be liable for any problems arising
due to the appliance not being earthed in
accordance with the local regulations.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similar qualified persons in order
to avoid a hazard.
• Do not operate the appliance if it is
defective or has any visible damage.
• Do not carry out any repairs or
modifications on the appliance.
• Never wash down the appliance with
water! There is the risk of electric shock!
• Never use the appliance when your
judgment or coordination is impaired by
the use of alcohol and/or drugs.
• The appliance must be disconnected from
the mains during installation, maintenance,
cleaning and repair procedures.
• Be careful when using alcoholic drinks in
your dishes. Alcohol evaporates at high
temperatures and may cause a fire since it
can ignite when it comes into contact with
hot surfaces.
• Do not heat closed tins and glass jars in the
oven. The pressure that would build up in
the tin/jar may cause it to burst.
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Do not place baking trays, dishes or
aluminium foil directly onto the bottom of
the oven. The heat accumulation might
damage the bottom of the oven.
Keep all ventilation slots clear of
obstructions.
The appliance may be hot when it is in
use. Never touch the hot burners, inner
sections of the oven, heaters etc.
Always use heat resistant oven gloves
when putting in or removing dishes from
the hot oven.
Do not use the appliance with the front
door glass removed or cracked.
The rear surface of the oven gets hot when
it is in use. Make sure that the gas/
electrical connection does not come into
contact with the rear surface as
connections may get damaged.
Do not trap the mains cable between the
oven door and frame and do not route it
over hot surfaces as the cable insulation
may melt and cause a fire as a result of a
short circuit.
Make sure that the function knobs are
switched off after every use.
When using Gas, ensure that the room is
well ventilated.
Always keep children and infirm persons
away from the appliance when it is in use.
Only use the appliance for preparing food.
Use a deep pan, large enough to cover the
appropriate burner.
Always dry food thoroughly before
placing it in hot oil or fat. Frozen food in
particular will spit and splatter if added too
quickly.
Never fill the pan more than one third full
of fat or oil.
Never heat fat or fry with a lid on the pan.
Do not fry too much food at once. This
lowers the temperature of the oil or fat and
results in fatty foods.
Do not leave hot fat or oil unattended. If
overheating occurs, these could catch fire.
Do not store flammable items in the oven.
Always keep the oven door gasket clean.
Multifunction oven
The Defy multifunction oven features 6 distinct cooking functions. (described below)
These functions may be selected by turning the multifunction selector knob until the
required function symbol is displayed at the top of the knob bezel.
Symbol
Function
1 Defrosting Only the fan is used. No heat is generated.
• In this mode the fan at the back of the oven will circulate
air at room temperature, substantially reducing the
defrosting period required for frozen food.
2 Static Oven The bottom and top heat elements are used
• Use the static oven mode for traditional baking and
roasting.
• Pre-heating of the oven is recommended
3 Fan Assisted Oven The fan plus the bottom and top heat
elements are used
• Use the fan assisted oven mode for traditional baking and
roasting where a more even heat distribution is required.
• Pre-heating of the oven is not necessary.
4 Thermofan Oven The fan plus the element surrounding
the fan is used
• Registered by Defy in 1978, Thermofan cooking differs
from conventional cooking in that it uses the principle of
forced convection within the oven.
The advantages are:
• Both baking trays may be used at the same time.
• Different dishes can be cooked simultaneously without
flavour or aroma transfer. Hence fish, meat and cakes can
be baked at the same time.
• The oven door may be opened any time for inspection
purposes without risk. By circulating hot air around the
food, spit-roast chickens may be done without using a
rotisserie. Cooking is done at slightly lower temperatures,
reducing splatter and electricity consumption.
5 Turbo Grill The fan plus the grill element are used
• This mode is recommended to reduce shrinkage when
grilling meat or fish.
6 Grill Only the grill element is used
• This mode is recommended for conventional grilling such
as toasted cheese sandwiches.
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Element selection
Multifunction oven– Operation
WARNING: Under no circumstances should the bottom bake element be
covered with aluminium foil. Nor should a pan or tray be positioned
directly above the bake element.
Doing so would reflect the heat from the bake element downwards. Heat to the
oven would be restricted and overheating of the space below the element
would result in damage to the oven enamel.
1 Fan only Used for defrosting
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Set the multifunction knob to fan only. In this mode the fan at the back of the oven will
circulate air at room temperature, substantially reducing the defrosting period required for
frozen food.
2 Static Oven Used for traditional baking
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Use the wire shelf only. Remove the baking trays during baking in static mode as they are
to be used for Thermofan baking only.
Set the multifunction selector to static oven and the oven thermostat to the required
temperature. The indicator light will glow and remain on until the oven has reached the
selected temperature.
When the indicator light switches off, the food should be placed in the oven.
During cooking the indicator light will cycle on and off as the oven thermostat maintains
the selected temperature.
After completion, return the multifunction selector and the oven thermostat to the OFF
position in an anti clockwise direction.
Baking guide
• Bake on a wire shelf only. The recommended position is
shown on the right.
• Place the food halfway between the back of the oven and
the door.
• Do not open the oven door until at least two thirds of the
baking time has elapsed.
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3 Fan assisted oven For traditional baking & even heat distribution
• Use the wire shelves only. Remove the baking trays during fan assisted mode as they are to
be used for Thermofan baking only.
• Set the multifunction selector to fan assisted oven and the oven thermostat to the
required temperature. The indicator light will glow and remain on until the oven has reached
the selected temperature.
• No preheating is necessary and the food can be placed in the oven immediately.
• During cooking the indicator light will cycle on and off as the oven thermostat maintains the
selected temperature.
• After completion, return the multifunction selector and the oven thermostat to the OFF
position in an anticlockwise direction.
Baking guide
• Cooking / baking is done at slightly lower temperatures than in the
static mode.
• Baking may be done on two wire shelves simultaneously.
• The recommended shelf positions are shown on the right.
• Place the food halfway between the back of the oven and the door.
• Do not open the oven door until at least half of the baking time has
elapsed.
4 Thermofan oven
Registered by Defy in 1978, Thermofan cooking differs from conventional cooking in that it
uses the principle of forced convection within the oven. The advantages are:
1. All the trays may be used at the same time.
2. Different dishes can be cooked simultaneously without flavour or aroma transfer. Hence
fish, meat and cakes can be baked at the same time.
3. The oven door may be opened any time for inspection purposes without risking a flop.
4. By circulating hot air around the food, spit-roast chickens may be done without using a
rotisserie.
5. Cooking is done at slightly lower temperatures, saving electricity and reducing splatter.
Baking
• Thermofan ovens are supplied with two baking trays and two wire shelves to support the
trays. The position of the shelves will be determined by the size of the items to be baked.
Ideally, unused trays and shelves should be left in position to optimise airflow in the oven.
If desired, an additional tray and shelf may be purchased from the nearest Defy Parts Centre
so that baking may be done on three trays simultaneously.
• Set the multifunction selector to Thermofan oven and the oven thermostat to the required
temperature.
• The indicator light will glow and remain on until the oven has reached the selected
temperature. When the indicator light switches off, the food should be placed in the oven.
During baking the indicator light will cycle on and off as the oven thermostat maintains the
selected temperature.
• After completion, return the multifunction selector and the oven thermostat to the OFF
position in an anti-clockwise direction.
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Recommended shelf positions
T/F BAKING
T/F BAKING
T/F ROASTING
TURBO & NORMAL GRILLING
Baking guide
• Thermofan baking may be done on one or two baking trays depending on volume.
• Large items: One or two cake tins may be placed as shown and as close to the door as
possible. If one tin is used , it should be placed centrally left to right .
• Small items: The entire area of each tray may be utilised. Avoid any time delays between
positioning the two trays.
• All ovens extract a certain amount of moisture from the food being cooked. The greater
capacity of the Thermofan oven allows more food to be cooked and thus more moisture
may be released. This is normal and is not detrimental to the food or the oven.
Caution: Thermofan baking relies on good contact between the bottom of the cake tin
and the oven tray. Do not use spring form baking tins with a raised bottom. The
lack of contact will cause the bottom of the cake to be underdone. These tins may be
used on a wire shelf where no insulating air space is created.
5 Turbo grilling. For meat and fish
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The oven door must remain closed when Turbo grilling.
Use only a wire shelf when grilling as the intense heat could warp the baking trays.
Turbo grilling is most suitable for meat as drying out and shrinkage will be reduced.
Set the multifunction knob to turbo grill.
Set the oven thermostat to the grill position.
Pre-heat the grill element for about 5 minutes
Place the food on the grid/roast pan and place this on the wire shelf near to the grill
element.
Monitor the grilling process to avoid burning the food.
Care must be taken not to touch the grill element while handling food in the oven. If
necessary, partially withdraw the shelf to improve access.
After completion, return the multifunction selector and the oven thermostat to the OFF
position in an anticlockwise direction.
WARNING:
ACCESSIBLE PARTS BECOME HOT DURING BAKING AND GRILLING.
ALWAYS USE OVEN GLOVES WHEN HANDLING FOOD IN THE OVEN
AND KEEP CHILDREN WELL AWAY FROM THE PRODUCT WHEN IT IS IN USE.
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6 Grilling.
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The oven door must remain partially open (the hinges allow for the door to be held
in this position) when using the conventional Grill.
Use only a wire shelf when grilling as the intense heat could warp the baking tray.
Set the multifunction knob to grill.
Set the oven thermostat to the grill position.
Operating instructions are otherwise the same as those for turbo grilling mentioned
previously.
Solid plate - care guide
DO
BEFORE USING THE PLATES FOR THE FIRST TIME
SWITCH THEM ON FOR FOUR MINUTES
AT THE HIGHEST SETTING
THIS ALLOWS THE PROTECTIVE COATING
TO BURN IN
DON”T
DO NOT USE ONE POT ON TWO PLATES
DO NOT USE A POT ON AN UNMATCHED PLATE
USE POTS THAT ARE SLIGHTLY
BIGGER THAN THE PLATE
AND THAT HAVE A SMOOTH FLAT BASE
DO NOT USE A POT WITH AN UNEVEN BASE
TO CLEAN THE PLATE - WIPE IT WITH A DAMP
CLOTH OR NYLON SCOURING PAD
DO NOT USE A POT WITH A DIRTY OR WET BASE
SWITCH THE PLATE ON FOR A
SHORT PERIOD TO DRY
TO INHIBIT CORROSION, PERIODICALLY APPLY
SALT-FREE VEGETABLE OIL,
SEWING MACHINE OIL OR
ELECTRICAL HOT-PLATE POLISH,
(AVAILABLE FROM DEFY SERVICE CENTRES)
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TO CONSERVE ENERGYAND AVOID SPILLS
WE RECOMMEND
YOU KEEP A LID ON THE POT.
Solid plates
Plate controls
• Select the heat level by turning the relevant plate control knob to the required setting.
• The higher the number selected, the hotter the temperature of the plate will be.
• The plate indicator light will glow when a plate is switched on.
Red dot plates
• Plates featuring a red dot in the centre are high speed, high wattage plates for increased
performance.
• For your safety these plates are fitted with thermal limiters. Should a plate be
accidentally switched on and left unattended, the limiter will reduce the power output of
the plate and minimise the risk of overheating and the possibility of fire.
Caring for Solid Plates
• Before using the plates for the first time, switch them on for about 4 minutes at the
highest setting. This allows the factory applied protective coating to burn in.
• To prevent blotchy discolouration and corrosion, moisture from spatters and spills
should be cleaned off immediately.
• To clean the plates, wipe them with a damp cloth or nylon pad.
• A little liquid detergent may be used.
• Do not use metal scourers or sharp metal objects to clean the plates.
• After cleaning, dry the plates by switching them on for a short while.
• To prevent rust, periodically apply some sewing machine oil or electrical hotplate polish
available from Defy Service Centres.
• Extra attention is required in areas of high humidity or in close proximity to the sea.
Recommendations
• Use only pots with a solid level base. An uneven base can prolong cooking times and
waste energy.
• Use pots with a base diameter slightly larger than the plate. This will ensure even heat
distribution and prevent spillage from dripping onto and staining the hot plate.
• Always cover the pot with a lid. This will conserve energy and minimise spillage.
• Thermal shock could damage the plates. Do not put cold pots on very hot plates.
NOTE: THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER THE REPLACEMENT
OR REPAIR OF RUSTED OR CORRODED PLATES.
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Warmer drawer
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The warmer drawer has a rotary on-off switch
An indicator light will glow when the drawer has been switched on.
Food left for too long in the warmer drawer could dry out and spoil. As a precaution food
should always be covered, to minimise the drying effect.
The drawer can be removed for cleaning purposes. Pull the drawer out to the bump- stop,
then lift the front slightly and continue pulling till the drawer slides free.
Refit by lifting the rear of the drawer over the bump-stop and then sliding it back.
Maintenance.
Removable oven door
The oven door may be removed to improve access to the oven for cleaning purposes.
1 Open the door fully to expose the hinges (A) on either side.
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Flip the hinge locking levers (B) to the upright position.
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Partially close the oven door and lift it free of the side panel retaining slots.
4 After cleaning, re-fit the oven door in reverse order making sure that the bottom hinge
notches © locate properly onto the bottom edges of the side panel retaining slots.
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Oven light
The oven light is switched on by the multifunction selector switch and switches off when
the knob is returned to 0.
To replace a faulty light bulb, proceed as follows.
• Switch off the power at the wall switch to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
• Remove the light cover by unscrewing it in an anticlockwise direction.
• Unscrew the faulty bulb and fit a new 25 watt bulb rated for 300°C.
• Refit the light cover.
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Cleaning.
Switch off the electrical power supply before cleaning any part of
the stove.
General cleaning.
• Wipe down cabinet, door, control knobs, trims and handles with a hot soapy cloth.
• Use only liquid household cleaners and avoid abrasive powders, scouring pads and
caustic cleaners.
• Rinse and wipe down with a clean cloth.
• Do not use a steam cleaner.
Cleaning the solid plates
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See Page 9 of this owner’s manual
Cleaning the oven.
• Open the oven door and allow the oven to cool down.
• Clean the oven with a damp, hot soapy cloth. Do not use a steam cleaner.
• It may be necessary to soak burnt soils with a liquid cleaner to soften them before
scrubbing them with a nylon brush or scouring sponge.
• Heavy soils on the bottom of the oven may require overnight soaking under a sponge
liberally sprinkled with household ammonia. The soil can then be removed the following
morning by washing normally.
• Do not use metal objects or steel wool to clean the oven.
• For your convenience, the shelves and the bake element guard may be removed to
improve access.
• After cleaning fit the bake element guard into the guard clips. (see diagram)
• Note: For both safety and performance reasons the oven should not be operated
without the oven element guard in place.
ELEMENT GUARD
ELEMENT
HOOK
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OVER THE YEARS, DEFY'S SERVICE CENTRES
HAVE IDENTIFIED THIS LIST OF DO'S AND DON'TS
AS BEING IMPORTANT FOR CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND
SAFETY. PLEASE READ IT AND
FAMILIARISE YOURSELF WITH ITS CONTENTS.
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Clean your appliance regularly. This
will prolong it's good looks and
enhance hygiene levels.
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Do close the oven door when using
Turbo grill.
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Use pots which are smaller than the
hotplate diameter. This wastes
electricity and allows the pot
handles to overheat.
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Leave the appliance unattended
especially when grilling. This is
good practice and avoids accidents.
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Place anything on the open oven
door. The glass is not a work
surface and could get scratched.
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Use abrasive cleaning materials.
They will scratch surfaces and facia
graphics.
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Allow fat splashes to dry and bake
onto the stove/oven surface before
cleaning them. It is easier to clean
spills while they are still slightly
warm and soft.
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Leave about a 40mm. air gap
between baking tins and the oven
walls. Adequate air circulation is
important for good baking results.
Put baking tins on the floor of the
oven. This will prevent heat
circulation and spoil baking results.
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Get into the habit of wearing oven
gloves when handling utensils in a
hot oven. This will help to avoid
accidental burns.
Use the appliance to heat the home.
Neither the hotplates nor the oven
were designed for this purpose and
damage could occur.
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Allow pot handles to overhang the
front of the appliance. Children
might be tempted to grab them with
harmful consequences.
Do partially open the oven door
when using the conventional Grill.
Use flat bottomed pots and pans
when cooking on the hotplates. This
will maximise efficiency and reduce
electricity costs.
Keep children well away from the
cooking appliance. Explain the
dangers to them. Being safety
conscious is being safe, not sorry.
Supervise the cooking process.
Overcooked or spoiled food is
wasteful.
Partly slide out the oven shelf before
removing hot dishes from the oven.
This will prevent accidental contact
with the hot oven sides.
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Owner’s responsibility.
WARNING: Under no circumstances should the bake element be covered with aluminium
foil. Nor should a pan or tray be positioned directly above the bake element. Doing so would
reflect the heat from the bake element downwards. Heat to the oven would be restricted and
overheating of the space below the element would result in damage to the oven enamel.
Since the following are not factory faults, they are the owner’s responsibility.
• Damage to exterior finish.
• Breakage of glass and other components.
• Replacement of the light bulb.
• Damage through improper installation or use of the appliance.
• Damage caused by moving the appliance.
Problem check.
Do not attempt any repairs yourself.
Before calling a service technician to assist with a problem, please check:
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The mains distribution board for tripped circuit breakers.
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That the wall switch is on.
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Remember that you may be charged for a service call even during the warranty period if the
fault is due to or caused by any of the above.
The control panel and symbols used.
WARMING
DRAWER
OVEN
THERMOSTAT
LEFT
FRONT
LEFT
BACK
RIGHT RIGHT
BACK FRONT
PLATE CONTROLS AND PILOT LIGHTS
MULTI FUNCTION SELECTOR
DEFROST - FAN ONLY
STATIC OVEN
FAN ASSISTED OVEN
THERMOFAN OVEN
TURBO GRILL
CONVENTIONAL GRILL
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NOTE:
A VARIABLE GRILL IS CATERED FOR
BY SELECTING TURBO GRILL AND THEN
SETTING THE OVEN THERMOSTAT TO THE
DESIRED GRILL TEMPERATUIRE
NOTE:
THE OVEN THERMOSTAT IS MARKED FROM 70°C
IN THIS POSITION THE OVEN MAY BE USED AS
AN ADDITIONAL WARMER.
Service Centres
If you have followed the instructions and still have a problem, contact the
nearest Defy Service Centre. They will be able to advise you on any aspect
of the product or send a qualified technician to repair it.
BLOEMFONTEIN
CAPE TOWN
DURBAN
EAST LONDON
JOHANNESBURG
Commercial Head Office,
Administration, Distribution, National Groups,
Tel. Sales, Contracts and Credit.
POLOKWANE
PORT ELIZABETH
PRETORIA.
160 Long Street, Hilton,
Bloemfontein 9301.
Tel. 051 400 3900
Bloemfontein.Service@defy.co.za
5A Marconi Rd.
Montague Gardens, 7441.
Tel. 021 526 3000
CapeTown.Service@defy.co.za
35 Intersite Avenue,
Umgeni Business Park, Durban 4051.
Tel. 031 268 3300
Durban.Service@defy.co.za
16 Bowls Rd. Arcadia,
East London 5201.
Tel. 043 743 7100
EastLondon.Service@defy.co.za
Cnr. Mimetes & Kruger Sts. Denver ext.12
Johannesburg. 2094.
Tel. 011 621 0200 or 011 621 0300
Gauteng.Service@defy.co.za
87 Nelson Mandela Drive.
Superbia 0699.
Tel. 0152 92 1166 / 7 / 8 / 9.
Polokwane.Service@defy.co.za
112 Patterson Road,
North End, Port Elizabeth 6001.
Tel. 041 401 6400
PortElizabeth.Service@defy.co.za
Block A1 Old Mutual Industrial Park.
Cnr. D.F.Malan Drive & Moot Str.
Hermanstad. 0082.
Tel. 012 377 0061
Pretoria.Service@defy.co.za
OTHER AREAS ARE SERVICED BY OVER 200 AUTHORISED SERVICE AGENTS.
PLEASE CONSULT THE NEAREST REGIONAL DEFY SERVICE CENTRE FOR DETAILS
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WARRANTY
This certificate is issued by DEFY APPLIANCES LIMITED manufacturers of Defy and Ocean
products, hereinafter the Company, to the original purchaser only, of the appliance described on the
certificate and shall constitute the only warranty given in respect of this appliance.
The Company warrants to the original purchaser that for a period of TWO YEARS from date of
purchase the appliance is free from defect under normal domestic use, both in workmanship and
material, subject to the following conditions.
1. Repair or replacement of any part of this appliance, found by the Company to be defective, shall
be at the election of the Company. The Company reserves the right to effect such service through
any of its Service Divisions or Authorised Service Dealers. The cost of such service shall be borne
by the Company in full, provided that the appliance is located no further than 50 km from a
Company Service Centre or an Authorised Service Dealer.
Where the appliance is located
beyond the 50 km radius, the purchaser shall be liable for the standard travelling charges, as
determined by the Company.
CARRY IN SERVICE Microwave ovens, Compact cookers and small appliances are repaired in
our service centres and are not collected from the customers home. Faulty units should be
delivered to the purchasing dealer or to the nearest Company Service Centre for warranty repairs.
2. Rusted or corroded solid plates, vitreous enamelware, fuses and lamps are specifically excluded
from these warranties. It is an express condition of these warranties that the purchaser takes due
care and attention in the use and maintenance of the appliance. Abuse, misuse in conflict with
operating instructions, connection to incorrect voltages and subjection to commercial use shall
release the Company from its obligations.
3. This warranty shall become void and cease to operate if the appliance is dismantled by, or any
repairs to the appliance are effected by any persons not duly authorised by the Company, or if
substitute parts not approved by the Company are used in the appliance, or if the serial number of
the appliance is removed.
4. The Company shall not be responsible for damages resulting from fire, flood, civil disturbances or
any Act of God. The Company shall not, in terms of these warranties be responsible nor held liable
for any consequential loss or damage of any kind caused by or due to the failure or malfunction of
the appliance.
5. The Company shall not be responsible for transportation or other costs other than those incurred
within the provisions of Point 1 of this Certificate.
6. These warranties shall not apply to the appliance if it is purchased or used beyond the borders of
the Republic of South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Swaziland and Lesotho.
7. Where service is requested under warranty and no fault or defect can be found by the Company,
all costs incurred will be for the purchaser's account.
8. This Certificate as well as your invoice will serve as proof of purchase. For the purpose of
warranty, it will be essential to produce this Certificate and invoice. Failure to do so, will render the
purchaser liable for service costs.
KEEP THIS CERTIFICATE AND SALES INVOICE AS PROOF OF PURCHASE
FOR WARRANTY PURPOSES.
For future reference, record the listed information in the space below. The Serial number may be found on
the label located at the upper back panel.
SERIAL NoGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG.
DATE OF PURCHASEGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG.
PURCHASED FROMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
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