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Gas Cooker
with
Multifunction oven
Model:
C 502 M
GB
Instruction Manual
Thank you for buying your new CAPLE Cooker. To ensure that you get the best
results from your new CAPLE Cooker, we strongly suggest that you read this instruction manual thoroughly before use. This manual contains installation advice, cleaning
tips and a cooking guide, as well as other important facts about your CAPLE cooker.
If treated with care, your CAPLE appliance should give you years of trouble-free
cooking.
For Spare Parts, Technical Advice
or Product Service call the
CAPLE HELPLINE on 0870 241 1142
(Answerphone outside office hours)
The CE marking confirms that the appliance conforms to the following EU directives:
- safety requirements of EEC Directive “Gas” 90/396;
- safety requirements of EEC Directive “Low voltage” 73/23;
- protection requirements of EEC Directive “EMC” 89/336;
- requirements of EEC Directive 93/68.
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Safety Reminders
Instruction Book
The Grill and Top oven element
This appliance should only be used for
it’s intended purpose as described in
these instructions.
Ensure that you fully understand these
instructions before operating this appliance.
are exposed, so take great care when
placing food in the oven or removing it.
Use the grill pan handles or gloves.
DO NOT line the oven, grids, trays etc.
with aluminium foil as this could adversely affect the heating elements and it
could also damage the interior surfaces.
Space Requirements
Ensure that the specified ventilation
space around the appliance is not
obstructed.
DO NOT place flammable materials in
the oven or in the drawer.
Faults
Food Splashes
Always wipe clean the oven after use.
Food splashes can carry on cooking next
time and may become a fire hazard.
Hot Surfaces
It is important to remember that the surfaces of cooking appliances get hot during use and retain the heat for some time
after switching off.
It is therefore advisable to keep small
children away from the appliance.
Do not continue to use this appliance if it
appears to be faulty.
After Use
Switch the appliance controls off.
Always switch off at the isolating switch
before cleaning the appliance, or
attempting any maintenance task, or
when not in use for long periods (when
on holiday).
CAPLE Service
To ensure the continued safe and efficient operation of this appliance, we recommend that any servicing or repairs are
carried out only by an authorised CAPLE
SERVICE ENGINEER.
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Electrical Requirements
WARNING!
ELECTRICITY CAN BE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
For your safety please read the following information:
This appliance must be installed by a qualified technician according with the current local
regulations and in compliance with the manufacturer instructions.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded 13 amp three pin mains plug with a 13 amp
fuse fitted. Should the fuse require replacement, it must be replaced with a fuse rated at
13 amp and approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362.
IF THE MOULDED MAINS PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN
YOUR HOME OR IS REMOVED FOR ANY OTHER REASON, THEN THE FUSE
SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE CUT OFF PLUG DISPOSED OF SAFELY TO
PREVENT THE HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
THERE IS A DANGER OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS
INSERTED INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET OUTLET.
If a replacement plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code shown below.
A properly earthed three pin plug (fused at 13 amps, to BS 1362 ASTA approved) must
be used. As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as
follows.
The wire which is coloured GREEN & YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the
plug which is marked with letter "E" or by the Earth symbol or coloured GREEN &
YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked
with the letter "N" or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked
with the letter "L" or coloured RED.
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1 - Electrical Installation - Wall box connection
This appliance must be connected to a
double pole isolating switch (fig. 1.1) and
to the terminal block in the cooker (figs.
1.2 & 1.3) using the following guide:
DOUBLE POLE SWITCHED
FUSED SPUR OUTLET
1) The wire which is coloured brown
must be connected to the terminal
marked L (Live), or coloured Red.
2) The wire which is coloured blue must
be connected to the terminal marked
N (Neutral), or coloured Black.
FUSE
3) The wire which is coloured green and
yellow must be connected to the terminal marked E (Earth)
or
coloured Green.
ON
USE A 13 AMP FUSE
Fig. 1.1
IMPORTANT: These connections must
be carried out by a qualified electrical
engineer.
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CONNECTING FEEDER CABLE
To connect the feeder cable to the cooker it is necessary to:
– Remove the screw that hold shield “A”
behind the cooker (fig. 1.2).
– Insert the feeder cable of the suitable
section (as described in the next chapter) into the cable clamp “D”.
– Connect the phase and earth cables to
the terminal block “B” according to the
diagram in figure 3.
– Pull the feeder cable and block it with
cable clamp “D”.
– Re-mount shield “A”.
PE
D
B
A
Fig. 1.2
230 V
FEEDER CABLE SECTION
type H05VV-F or H05RR-F
230 V
3 x 1,5 mm2
Fig. 1.3
L1 N PE
(L2)
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FOR THE INSTALLER
2 - Location
The cooker must be installed by a qualified technician and in compliance with
local safety standards.
450 mm
650 mm
This cookers has class “2/1” overheating protection so that it can be installed in a
cabinet. If the cooker is installed adjacent to furniture which is higher than the
cooktop, a gap of at least 50 mm must be left between the side of the cooker and
the furniture (fig. 2.1).
The furniture walls adjacent to the cooker must be made of material resistant to heat.
The veneered syntetical material and the glue used must be resistant to a temperature of
120°C in order to avoid ungluing or deformations.
The cooker may be located in a kitchen, a kitchen/diner or bed-sitting room but not in a
room containing a bath or shower.
Curtains must not be fitted immediatly behind appliance or within 500 mm of the sides.
It is essential that the cooker is positioned as stated below.
500 mm
50 mm
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Fig. 2.1
ASSEMBLING THE BACKGUARD
Before assembling remove any protective film/adhesive tape.
The backguard B and the side supports S and D can be found packed in the drawer.
1. Insert the side supports S and D into the backguard B (see fig. 2.2)
2. Insert the backguard group into the support guides in the cooker
3. The backguard can be removed for cleaning or fixed with a screw through the hole C.
S
D
B
C
IDENTIFICATION LABEL
When you open the bottom oven
door the indentification label is at
the bottom right hand side.
Fig. 2.2
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LEVELLING
The cooker is equipped with a 4 levelling feet which must be fitted to the base of the
cooker in the following manner:
– Place the cooker on its back as shown in the figure 2.3.
– Screw the 4 leveling feet to the cooker.
– Stand the cooker and levelling it by screwing or unscrewing the feet with a spanner.
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Fig. 2.3
Provison for ventilation
The room containing the cooker should have an air supply in accordance with BS.5540:
Part 2: 1989.
All rooms require an openable window or equivalent while some rooms require a permanent vent in addition to the openable window.
The cooker should not be installed in a bed-sitting room, of volume less than 21 m3.
Where a DOMESTIC COOKER is installed in a room or internal space, that room or internal space shall be provided with a permanent opening which communicates directly with
outside air and is sized in accordance with table below. In domestic premises the permanent opening shall be an air vent.
If there are other fuel burning appliances in the same room, BS.5540: Part 2: 1989 should
be consulted to determine the requisite air vent requirements.
If the cooker is installed in a cellar or basement, it is advisable to provide an air vent of
effective area 100 cm2, irrespective of the room volume.
MINIMUM PERMANENT OPENING FREE AREA FOR FLUELESS APPLIANCE
Type of appliance
Domestic oven, hotplate,
grill or any combination
thereof.
> 20 m3
Openable
window or
equivalent also
required
Nil
cm2
Yes
Room volume
Maximum
appliance
rated input
limit
< 5 m3
None
100
cm2
5 m3 to 10
11 m3 to
m3
20 m3
50 (❊)
cm2
Nil
cm2
(❊) If the room or internal space containing these appliances has a door which opens
directly to outside, no permanent opening is required.
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3 - Gas connection
GAS INSTALLATION
GAS CONNECTION
IMPORTANT NOTE
The installation of the cooker to Natural
Gas or LP Gas must be carried out by
a qualified gas engineer. Installers shall
take due account of the provisions of the
relevant British Standards Code of
Practice, the Gas Safety Regulations
and the Building Standards (Scotland)
(Consolidation) Regulations issued by
the Scottish Development Department.
This appliance is supplied for use on
NATURAL GAS only and cannot be used
on any other gas without modification.
This appliance is manufactured for
conversion to LPG if required and is
supplied with a conversion kit.
The cooker must be installed by a
qualified person in accordance with the
Gas Safety (Installation and Use)
(Amendment) Regulation 1990 and the
relevant building/l.E.E. Regulations.
The following British Standards should
be used as reference when installing this
appliance.
BS6172 1990, BS5440 part 2 1989 and
BS6891 1988.
Failure to install the appliance correctly
could invalidate any manufacturers
warranty and lead to prosecution under
the above quoted regulation.
In the UK C.O.R.G.I registered installers
are authorised to undertake the
installation and service work in
compliance with the above regulations.
INSTALLATION TO NATURAL GAS
Installation to Natural Gas must conform
to the Code of Practice, etc. The supply
pressure for Natural Gas is 20 mbar.
INSTALLATION TO LP GAS
This appliance must only be connected
to LPG after an LPG conversion kit has
been fitted, (see pages from 11 to 14).
When operating on Butane gas a supply
pressure of 28-30 mbar is required.
When using Propane gas a supply
pressure of 37 mbar is required.
The installation must conform to the
relevant British Standards.
Warning: Only a qualified gas engineer,
also with technical knowledge of
electricity should install the cooker. He
should observe the Regulations and
Codes of Practice governing such
installation of gas cookers.
Note: It is recommended that the gas
connection to the cooker is installed with
a flexible connecting tube made to BS
5386.
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GAS CONNECTION
The gas supply must be connected to
the gas inlet which is located at the left
or the right hand rear of the appliance
(fig. 3.1).
The pipe does not cross the cooker.
When screwing the connecting tube
operate with two spanners (fig. 3.2).
The unused end inlet pipe must be
closed with the plug, interposing the
gasket.
After connecting to the mains, check that
the coupling are correctly sealed, using
soapy solution, but never a flame.
Fig. 3.2
Plug
Fig. 3.1
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1 - Injectors replacement of top burners
This appliance is suitable for use with natural gas or LPG (check the “gas type” sticker
attached to the appliance).
The nominal gas consumption and injector size details are provided in table at page 15.
To replace the injectors it is necessary to lift the cooktop and proceed as follows:
■ Remove the backguard “G” (Fig. 3.3).
■
Remove pan supports and burners from the cooktop.
■
Unscrew the two screws “B” and remove the sockets (Fig. 3.3).
■
Unscrew the two screws “C” and remove the two side trims and joints pulling upwards.
■
Pull forwards the hobtop to release it, then lift following arrow “D” (Fig. 3.3).
■
Hold the hobtop open by a support (Fig. 3.4).
■
Fully raise the adjusting air tube A (fig. 3.5) in order to easily reach the injector.
■
Using a 7 mm A/F angled spanner, remove the injector from its housing and replace it
one according to the kind of gas (see following tables - page 15).
Flame faulty in
primary air
Flame correct
Flame with excess
primary air
long, yellow and trembling
clear interior blue cone
short and sharp
too blue interior cone
tending to detach
CAUSE
air regulating tube,
too closed
correct distance
of the tube
G
B
B
V
C
D
C
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Fig. 3.3
Fig. 3.4
air regulating tube,
too open
2 - Adjusting of primary air
of the top burners
3 - Adjusting of the
minimum of the top burners
By operating the screw “M”, reset the air
adjuster “A” according to the instructions
see “TABLE FOR THE CHOICE OF THE
INJECTORS”, where the distance
between injector and air adjuster is recommended (in mm).
Before lowering the hob top, set the
burners on their sites and light them in
order to check whether the flames are
correct, as per the specifications given at
page 12.
In case of uncorrect flame, lift or lower
the air adjuster.
Considering that in the minimum position
the flame must have a length of about 4
mm and must remain lit even with a
brusque passage from the maximum
position to that of minimum.
The flame adjustment is done in the following way:
– Turn on the burner
– Tum the tap to the MINIMUM position
– Take off the knob
– With a small flat screwdriver turn the
screw inside the tap rod to the correct
regulation (fig. 3.6).
Normally for LPG, tighten up the regulation screw.
M
J
A
Fig. 3.5
Fig. 3.6
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TABLE FOR THE CHOICE OF THE INJECTORS Cat: II 2H3+
G 30 - 28-30 mbar
G 20
G 31 - 37 mbar
20 mbar
Nominal Reduced
Power Power
By-pass Ø injector Ring opening By-pass Ø injector Ring opening
[kW]
[kW] [1/100 mm] [1/100 mm]
[mm]
[mm]
[1/100 mm] [1/100 mm]
BURNERS
Auxiliary (A)
1,00
0,30
27
50
3*
Semi-rapid (SR) 1,90
0,38
29
67
5,7 *
Double-ring
0,85
47
92
fully open *
3,45
adjustable
GB
72
1*
100
2*
135
5*
* = Reference value
INCREASE OF AIR NECESSARY FOR GAS COMBUSTION (2 m3/h x kW)
BURNERS
Air necessary for combustion [m3/h]
Auxiliary (A)
2,00
Semi-rapid (SR)
3,80
Double-ring
6,90
Lubrication of the gas taps
If the gas tap becomes stiff, it is necessary to dismount it accurately clean it with gasoline
and spread a bit of special grease resistant to high temperatures on it.
The operations must be executed by a qualified technician.
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4 - Features and Technical Data
COOKING HOB - (Fig. 4.1)
3
3
1. Double-ring burner (PB)
2. Auxiliary burner (A)
3. Semi-rapid burner (SR)
2
3,45 kW
1,00 kW
1,90 kW
1
Fig. 4.1
Fig. 4.2
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A
U
T
O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Control panel - (Fig. 4.2)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Digital electronic programmer
Multifunction oven switch knob
Multifunction oven thermostat knob
Front left burner control knob
Rear left burner control knob
Rear right burner control knob
Front right burner control knob
Temperature indicator light
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How To Use the Hob Burners
Hob burners
Each hob burner is controlled by a
separate gas tap operated by a control
knob (fig. 4.3) which has 3 positions
marked on the knob, these are:
– Symbol
● : tap closed (burner off)
– Symbol
: High (maximum)
– Symbol
: Low (minimum)
Push in and turn the knob anti-clockwise
to the selected position.
Low
High
Fig. 4.3
To turn the burner off, fully rotate the knob clockwise to the off position: ●.
The maximum setting of the control tap is for boiling, the minimum setting is for slow
cooking and simmering.
All working positions must be chosen between the maximum and minimum setting, never
between the maximum setting and the “OFF” position.
Lighting of the hob burners
To ignite the burner, the following instructions are to be pursued:
1) Lightly press and turn the knob anti-clockwise, and make the symbol
printed on
the knob to mach with the indicator on the control panel (fig. 4.3).
2) Press the knob to operate the electric ignition; or, in case of power cut, approach a
flame to the burner.
3) Adjust the burner according to the power required.
Electric ignition
The sparks generated by the electrodes close to the burners will ignite the chosen burner. Whenever the lighting of the burners will result difficult due to peculiar conditions of
the gas features or supply, it is advised to repeat the ignition with the knob on “minimum”
position.
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Choice of burner
The burner must be chosen according to the diameter of the pans and energy required.
Burners
Pan diameter
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Double-ring
Wok
12 ÷ 16 cm
16 ÷ 22 cm
up to 30 cm
max 36 cm
Fig. 4.4
Saucepans with handles which are excessively heavy, in relationship to the weight of the
pan, are safer as they are less likely to tip.
Pans which are positioned centrally on burners are more stable than those which are offset.
It is far safer to position the pan handles in such a way that they cannot be accidentally
knocked.
When deep fat frying fill the pan only one third full of oil.
DO NOT cover the pan with a lid and DO NOT leave the pan unattended.
In the infortunate event of a fire, leave the pan where it is and turn off all controls.
Place a damp cloth or correct fitting lid over the pan to smother the flames.
DO NOT use water on the fire.
Leave the pan to cool for at least 30 minutes.
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CORRECT USE OF DOUBLE-RING BURNER
The flat-bottomed pans are to be placed directly onto the pan-support.
When using a WOK you need to place the supplied stand in the burner to avoid any faulty
operation of the double-ring burner.
WRONG
Fig. 4.5
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CORRECT
Fig. 4.6
6 - How To Use the Multi-function oven
Attention: the oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
As its name indicates, this is an oven
that presents particular features from an
operational point of view.
In fact, it is possible to insert 7 different
programs to satisfy every cooking need.
The 7 positions, thermostatically controlled, are obtained by 4 heating elements which are:
– Bottom element
– Top element
– Grill element
– Circular element
– Fan motor
– Oven lamp
1400 W
1000 W
2000 W
2500 W
25 W
15 W
– Usable oven volume
59 dm3
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate the
oven for 30 minutes in the position
and
for another 15 minutes at the maximum
temperature (thermostat knob on position
250) in the positions
, to elimiand
nate possible traces of grease on the heating elements.
Clean the oven and accessories with warm
water and washing-up liquid.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the MULTIFUNCTION oven are obtained in the following ways:
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper and
lower heating elements.
b. by forced convection
A fan sucks in the air contained in the
oven muffle, which sends it through
the circular heating element and then
sends it back through the muffle.
Before the hot air is sucked back
again by the fan to repeat the
described cycle, it envelops the food in
the oven, provoking a complete and
rapid cooking.
It is possible to cook several dishes
simultaneously.
c. by semi-forced convection
The heat produced by the upper and
lower heating elements is distributed
throughout the oven by the fan.
d. by radiation
The heat is irradiated by the infra red
grill element.
e. by radiation and ventilation
The irradiated heat from the infra red
grill element is distributed throughout
the oven by the fan.
WARNING:
The door is hot use the handle.
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THERMOSTAT KNOB
To turn on the heating elements of the
oven, set the switch knob on the desired
program and the thermostat knob onto
the desired temperature.
To set the temperature, it is necessary to
make the knob lever meet the chosen
number.
The elements will turn on or off automatically according to the energy need which
is determined by the thermostat.
The operation of the heating elements is
signalled by a light on the control panel.
Light on equal heating.
FUNCTION SELECTOR KNOB
Rotate the knob clockwise to set the
oven for one of the following functions:
OVEN LIGHT
By turning the knob onto this setting (see
picture aside) we light the oven cavity
(15 W).
The oven remains alight while any of the
functions is on.
TRADITIONAL CONVECTION
COOKING
The upper and lower heating elements
are switched on. The heat is diffused by
natural convection and the temperature
must be regulated between 50° C and
250° C with the thermostat knob.
It is necessary to preheat the oven
before introducing the foods to be
cooked.
RECOMMENDED USE:
For foods which require the same cooking
temperature both internally and externally,
i. e. roasts, spare ribs, meringue, etc.
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Fig. 6.1
Fig. 6.2
GRILLING
The infra-red heating element is switched
on. The heat is diffused by radiation.
Set the thermostat knob to between 50°
and 200°C.
Always grill with the oven door closed.
Note: It is recommended that you do
not grill for longer than 30 minutes at
any one time.
Attention: the oven door becomes very
hot during operation. Keep children
away.
HOT AIR COOKING
The circular element and the fan are on.
The heat is diffused by forced
convection and the temperature must be
regulated between 50° and 250 °C with
the thermostat knob.
It is not necessary to preheat the oven.
RECOMMENDED USE:
For foods that must be well done on the
outside and tender or rare on the inside,
i. e. lasagna, lamb, roast beef, whole
fish, etc.
RECOMMENDED USE:
Intense grilling action for cooking with a
broiler; browning, crisping, “au gratin”,
toasting, etc.
DEFROSTING FROZEN FOODS
Only the oven fan is on.
To be used with the thermostat knob on
“●” because the other positions have no
effect. The defrosting is done by simple
ventilation without heat.
RECOMMENDED USE:
To rapidly defrost frozen foods; 1 kilogram
requires about one hour.
The defrosting times vary according to the
quantity and type of foods to be defrosted.
VENTILATED GRILL COOKING
The infra-red ray grill and the fan are on.
The heat is mainly diffused by radiation
and the fan then distributes it throughout
the oven. The temperature must be regulated between 50° and 175 °C for max
30 minutes, with the thermostat knob.
It is necessary to preheat the oven for
about 5 minutes.
Attention: the oven door becomes very
hot during operation.
Keep children away.
RECOMMENDED USE:
For grill cooking when a fast outside
browning is necessary to keep the juices
in, i. e. veal steak, steak, hamburger, etc.
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MAINTAINING TEMPERATURE
AFTER COOKING OR SLOWLY
HEATING FOODS
The upper element and the circular element connected in series, are switched
on; also the fan is on.
The heat is diffused by forced convection with the most heat being produced
by the upper element.
The temperature must be regulated
between 50° and 140 °C with the thermostat knob.
RECOMMENDED USE:
To keep foods hot after cooking. To
slowly heat already cooked foods.
CONVECTION COOKING WITH
VENTILATION
The upper and lower heating elements
and the fan turn on.
The heat coming from the top and bottom is diffused by forced convection.
The temperature must be regulated
between 50° and 250 °C with the thermostat knob.
RECOMMENDED USE:
For foods of large volume and quantity
which require the same internal and
external degree of cooking; for ie: rolled
roasts, turkey, legs, cakes, etc.
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COOKING ADVICE
STERILIZATION
Sterilization of foods to be conserved, in
full and hermetically sealed jars, is done
in the following way:
a. Set the switch to position
.
b. Set the thermostat knob to position
185 °C and preheat the oven.
c. Fill the dripping pan with hot water.
d. Set the jars onto the dripping pan making sure they do not touch each other
and the door and set the thermostat
knob to position 135 °C.
When sterilization has begun, that is,
when the contents of the jars start to bubble, turn off the oven and let cool.
REGENERATION
Set the switch to position
and the
thermostat knob to position 150° C.
Bread becomes fragrant again if wet with
a few drops of water and put into the
oven for about 10 minutes at the highest
temperature.
GRILLING AND “AU GRATIN”
Set the switch to position
.
Set the thermostat to position 175 °C
and after having preheated the oven,
simply place the food on the shelf.
Close the door and let the oven operate
with the thermostat on, until grilling is
complete.
Adding a few dabs of butter before the
end of the cooking time gives the golden
“au gratin” effect.
Note: It is recommended that you do
not grill for longer than 30 minutes at
any one time.
ATTENTION: the oven door becomes
very hot during operation. Keep
children away.
SIMULTANEOUS COOKING OF DIFFERENT FOODS
The MULTI-FUNCTION oven set on
position
gives simultaneous
and
heterogeneous cooking of different
foods.
Different foods such as fish, cake and
meat can be cooked together without
mixing the smells and flavours.
This is possible since the fats and vapors
are oxidized while passing through the
electrical element and therefore are not
deposited onto the foods.
The only precautions to follow are:
– The cooking temperatures of the
different foods must be as close to as
possible, with a maximum difference of
20° - 25 °C.
– The introduction of the different dishes
in the oven must be done at different
times in relation to the cooking times
of each one.
The time and energy saved with this type
of cooking is obvious.
ROASTING
USE OF THE GRILL
To obtain classical roasting, it is necessary to remember:
– that it is advisable to maintain a temperature between 180 and 200 °C.
– that the cooking time depends on the
quantity and the type of foods.
Preheat the oven for about 5 minutes.
Introduce the food to be cooked,
positioning the rack as close to the grill
as possible.
The drip pan should be placed under the
rack to catch the cooking juices and fats.
Grilling with the oven door closed.
Do not grill for longer than 30 minutes
at any one time.
CAUTION: the oven door becomes
very hot during operation. Keep
children well out of reach.
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Recommended cooking temperature
Food
°C
°F
Gas
Mark
Shelf
Position*
Cooking
Time (approx)
CAKES
Victoria sandwich
Small cakes/buns
Maidera cake
Fruit cake
Rich fruit cake
Scones
190
190
180
170
150
225
375
375
350
325
300
425
5
5
4
3
2
8-9
2 or 3
1 and 2
2 or 3
3
3 or 4
2
20-25 mins
15-20 mins
20 mins
13/4 hours
21/2 hours
8-10 mins
PASTRY
Puff
Short crust
Plate tarts
Quiches and flans
225
200
200-210
200-210
425
400
400-410
400-410
8-9
6
6
6
2
2
1 or 2
1 or 2
10-20 mins
20-30 mins
30-35 mins
40-45 mins
225
220
230
425
425
450
7-8
7
8
2
1 or 2
2
35-55 mins
15-20 mins
20 mins
190
190
190-200
190
190
180
150-170
375
375
375-400
375
375
350
300-325
5
5
5-7
5
5
4
2-3
2 or 3
2 or 3
2 or 3
2 or 3
2 or 3
2 or 3
2 or 3
20 mins/lb + 20 mins
25-30 mins/b + 25 mins
30 mins/lb + 30 mins
30 mins/b + 30 mins
30 mins/b + 30 mins
18-20 mins/b + 20 mins
11/2 2 hours
YEAST
Bread loaf
Bread rolls
Pizza dough
ROAST MEAT
Beef – Medium
Lamb
Pork
Veal
Chicken
Turkey up to 10lb
Stews/casseroles
N.B. For fan ovens reduce the temperature by 10-20°C. For any dish taking one
hour or over to cook, reduce the cooking
time by 10 minutes per hour.
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* Shelf positions have been counted
from the top of the oven to the base.
A fan oven creates more even temperature throughout, therefore the shelf positions are not as critical.
7 - Electronic programmer
The electronic programmer is a device which groups together the following functions:
■ 24 hours clock with illuminated display
■ Timer (up to 23 hours and 59 minutes)
■ Program for automatic oven cooking
■ Program for semi-automatic oven cooking.
Description of the buttons:
Automatic cooking taking place
Timer
Cooking time
End of cooking time
Manual position and cancellation of
the inserted cooking program
Advance of the numbers of all
programs
Turning back of the numbers of all
programs and changing the
frequency of the audible signal.
Description of the lighted symbols:
Timer in operation
and AUTO - flashing - Program
error.
(The time of day lies between
the calculated cooking start and
end time).
Note:
Select a function by the respective button and, in 5 seconds, set the required
time with the
/
buttons (“onehand” operation).
A power cut makes the clock go to zero
and cancels the set programs.
AUTO - flashing - Programmer in automatic position but not programmed
AUTO - always lighted - Programmer in
automatic position with program
inserted.
A
U
T
O
Fig. 7.1
Fig. 7.2
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ELECTRONIC CLOCK (fig. 7.2)
ELECTRONIC TIMER
The programmer is equipped with an
electronic clock with lighted numbers
which indicates hours and minutes.
Upon immediate connection of the oven
or after a power cut, three zeros will
flash on the programmer panel.
To set the hour it is necessary to push
the
button and then the
or
button until you have set the exact hour
(fig. 7.2).
Another way is to simultaneously push
the
two buttons and at the same
time push the
or
button.
The timer program consists only of a
buzzer which may be set for a maximum
period of 23 hours and 59 minutes.
If the AUTO flashing push the
button.
To set the time, push the
button and
the
or
until you obtain the
desired time in the panel (fig. 7.4).
Having finished the setting, the clock
hour will appear on the panel and the
symbol will be lighted.
The countdown will start immediately
and may be seen at any moment on the
panel by simply pressing the button
.
Nota: Changing the hour button deletes
any cooking program.
NORMAL COOKING WITHOUT THE
USE OF THE PROGRAMMER
To manually use the oven, that is, without the aid of the programmer, it is necessary to cancel the flashing AUTO by
pushing the button
(AUTO will be
switched off and the symbol
will go
on - Fig. 7.3).
Attention: If the AUTO symbol is steady
a cooking program has already been programmed, by pushing the button
you
have cancelled of the program and the
switched to manual.
If the oven is switch on, you must switch
off manually.
At the end of the time, the
symbol
will be switched off and an intermittent
buzzer will go off; this can be stopped by
pressing one of any of the buttons.
SETTING THE FREQUENCY OF THE
AUDIBLE SIGNAL
The selection from 3 possibilities of
sound can be made by pressing the
button.
A
U
T
O
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Fig. 7.3
Fig. 7.4
AUTOMATIC OVEN COOKING
To cook food automatically in the oven,
it is necessary to:
1. Set the length of the cooking time
2. Set the end of the cooking time
3. Set the temperature and the oven
cooking program.
These operations are done in the following way:
1. Set the length of the cooking time by
pushing the
button and the
button to advance, or
to go back if
you have passed the desired time (fig.
7.5). The AUTO and the
symbol
will be on.
2. Set the end of the cooking time by
pressing the
button (the cooking
time already added to the clock time
will appear), and the
button (fig.
7.6); if you pass the desired time you
may get back by pushing the
button.
After this setting, the
symbol will
go off. If after this setting, the AUTO
flash on the panel and a buzzer gives
off, it means there was an error in the
programming.
In this case, modify the end of cooking
time or the cooking time itself by following again the above mentioned
instructions.
3. Set the temperature and the cooking
program by using the switch and thermostat knobs of the oven (see specific
chapters).
Now the oven is programmed and everything will work automatically, that is the
oven will turn on at the right moment to
end the cooking at the established hour.
During cooking, the
symbol remains
on.
By pushing the
button you can see
the time that remains until the end of
cooking.
The cooking program may be cancelled
in any moment by pushing
.
At the end of the cooking time the oven
will turn off automatically, the
symbol
will turn off, AUTO will flash and a buzzer will sound, which can be turned off
by pushing any of the bottons.
Turn the switch and thermostat knobs to
zero and put the programmer onto “manual” by pressing the
button.
Attention: A power cut makes the clock
go to zero and cancels the set programs.
After a power cut, three zeros will flash
on the panel.
A
U
T
O
A
U
T
O
Fig. 7.5
Fig. 7.6
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SEMI - AUTOMATIC COOKING
This function is only used to set the END
of the cooking time of the oven. There
are two ways of setting this function.
1. Set the length of the cooking time by
pushing the
button and the
button to advance, or
to go backwards (Fig. 7.7). This sets the desired
“stop” time.
At the end of the cooking, the
symbol
will turn off, the AUTO will flash and a
buzzer will sound.
The buzzer can be cancelled by pressing any of the buttons.
Turn the switch and thermostat knobs to
zero and reset the programmer back to
“manual” by pressing the
button.
or
2. Set the end of the cooking time by
pushing the
button and the
button to advance, or
to go backwards if you have passed the desired
time (Fig. 7.8).
AUTO and the
symbol will be on.
Then set the temperature and the
cooking program using the oven
switch and thermostat knob (see relevant sections for details).
The oven is switched on and it will be
switched off automatically at the end
of the desired time.
During cooking, the
symbol
remains on and by pressing the button
you can see the time that remains
till the end of the cooking.
The cooking time can be cancelled
at any moment by pushing the
button.
A
U
T
O
Fig. 7.7
A
U
T
O
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Fig. 7.8
8 - Cleaning and Maintenance
GENERAL ADVICE
– When the appliance is not being used, it is advisable to keep the gas tap closed.
– Every now and then check to make sure that the flexible tube that connects the gas
line or the gas cylinder to the appliance is in perfect condition and eventually substitute
it if it shows signs of wearing or damage.
– The periodical lubrification of the gas taps must be done only by specialized personnel.
– If a tap becomes stiff, do not force; contact your local Service Centre.
– Important:
Before any operation of cleaning and maintenance disconnect the appliance
from the electrical network.
Attention
The appliance gets very hot, mainly around the cooking areas. It is very
important that children are not left alone in the kitchen when you are cooking.
Do not use a steam cleaner because the moisture can get into the appliance
thus make it unsafe.
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CLEANING
All the enamelled parts must be cleaned with a sponge and soapy water or other nonabrasive products.
Dry preferably with a soft cloth.
Acidic substances like lemon juice, tomato sauce, vinegar etc. can damage the enamel if
left too long.
STAINLESS STEEL, ALUMINIUM PARTS AND SILK-SCREEN PRINTED SURFACES
Clean using an appropriate product. Always dry thoroughly.
IMPORTANT: these parts must be cleaned very carefully to avoid scratching and abrasion. You are advised to use a soft cloth and neutral soap.
CAUTION: Do not use abrasive substances or non-neutral detergents as these will
irreparably damage the protective surface.
OVEN DOOR AND DRAWER
The internal glass of the oven door can be easily removed for cleaning by unscrewing the
two lateral fixing screws (fig. 8.2).
The drawer (fig. 8.3) comes out like a normal drawer.
Attention: Do not store flammable material in the oven, or the accessory drawer.
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Fig. 8.2
Fig. 8.3
INSIDE OF OVEN
This must be cleaned regularly.
Remove and refit the side runner frames
as described on the next chapter.
With the oven warm, wipe the inside
walls with a cloth soaked in very hot
soapy water or another suitable product.
Side runner frames, tray and rack can
be removed and washed.
Fig. 8.4
USING THE OVEN FOR THE FIRST
TIME
■
■
■
■
■
Slide off the wire racks to the oven wall
as in Fig. 8.4. The grill is secured to
the rear wall of the oven on a hinge
system that allows it to be lowered to
allow proper access when cleaning the
oven ceiling (fig. 8.5).
Clean the inside of the oven with a
cloth soaked in water and neutral
detergent and dry thoroughly.
Slide in the wire racks on the oven wall
as in Fig. 8.4.
Position the shelf and tray as per Fig.
8.6.
To eliminate possible traces of grease
it is necessary to pre-heat the oven at
the maximum temperature.
Fig. 8.5
• For 60 minutes in the
position, for
30 minutes in the
position and for
another 15 minutes in the
position.
Fig. 8.6
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BURNERS
They can be removed and washed only with soapy water.
Detergents can be used but must not be abrasive or corrosive.
Do not use abrasive sponges or pads.
Do not put in dishwasher.
After each cleaning, make sure that the burner-caps, as well as the burners, have been
well wiped off and CORRECTLY POSITIONED.
It is essential to check the correct position of the burner-caps as the least displacement
from the housing may cause serious problems.
Special attention has to be paid in order not to exchange the housing of the two
small burners shown in fig. 8.7. The burner caps can be interchangeable.
It is absolutely necessary to check the perfect housing of the burner-ring as an incorrect
housing may cause serious problems.
Check also that the electrodes for ignition are always clean in order to ensure a regular
spark.
Fig. 8.7
Burner-cap ring
fully drilled
Burner-cap ring
partially drilled
REPLACING THE OVEN LIGHT BULB
Switch the oven off at the mains.
When the oven is cool unscrew and replace the bulb with another one resistant to high
temperatures (300°C), voltage 230 V (50 Hz), 15 W, E14.
Note: Oven bulb replacement is not covered by your guarantee.
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Type A
Fig. 8.8A
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
The oven door can easily be removed
as follows:
– Open the door to the full extent (fig.
8.8A).
– Attach the retaining rings to the hooks
on the left and right hinges (fig. 8.8B).
Fig. 8.8B
– Hold the door as shown in fig. 8.8.
– Gently close the door and withdraw
the lower hinge pins from their
location (fig. 8.8C).
– Withdraw the upper hinge pins from
their location (fig. 8.8D).
– Rest the door on a soft surface.
– To replace the door, repeat the above
steps in reverse order.
Fig. 8.8C
Fig. 8.8D
Fig. 8.8
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Type B
DISMANTLING THE DOOR
Please operate as follows:
L
– Open the door completely.
– Push down the lever “L” and, keeping
it in this position, slowly close the
door in order to block the hinge.
– Grip the door (as indicated in fig.
8.10) and, while closing it, release the
two hinges as shown in fig. 8.11.
Fig. 8.9
DOOR ASSEMBLY
– Grip the door with your hands placed
near the hinges and raise the levers
“H” with your forefingers (fig. 8.11)
– Insert the hinges in their position until
levers “H” are hooked.
– Open the door completely to obtain
the release of levers “L”.
Fig. 8.10
H
Fig. 8.11
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Helpful Advice
Trouble shooting
Problem
Food too brown but not cooked.
Remedy
Turn down the oven temperature slightly
and cook a little longer
Problem
Food cooked but not brown enough.
Remedy
Increase temperature.
Problem
Food baking unevenly.
Remedy
1. The temperature may be slightly high
turn it down
2. Position the food in the centre of the
shelves rather than towards the sides
of tho oven.
3. Rotate the food a half turn in the oven.
4. Try pre-heating the oven for 5-15 minutes prior to baking.
Always remove cooked items as soon as
they are ready and continue cooking the
under-cooked items until they are completely finished.
Changing the Oven Cavity Light Bulb.
If the oven light falls:
1. Turn off the oven by switching the
oven selector to 0, switch off at the
cooker point.
2. When the oven is cool, reach back
and upwards inside the oven, the bulb
is in the top left corner.
3. Unscrew the light glass cover, replace
the bulb with a new one of the same
specification and screw the cover
back until it is hand tight.
NOTE: Oven bulb replacement is not
covered by your guarantee.
Other bulbs cannot be changed by yourself and should be replaced by an authorised CAPLE Service Engineer.
Bulbs other than the oven bulb are covered by the guarantee.
IMPORTANT: Ovens get hot. Keep
children away from this appliance at
all times.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
During use the oven door glass
becomes hot.
In the presence of children, in order to
avoid contact with the hot door, a third
internal glass should be mounted.
This third internal glass is supplied on
request as an optional (not included in
price).
Please contact your retailer or the AfterSales Service, indicating the model bought.
If Your Oven Does Not Work
Before calling a CAPLE service engineer
run through the following checklist.
1. The oven is connected to the power
supply and that the fuse is intact.
2. Make sure the timer control is set to
the manual position, and that the oven
has not been set inadvertently for an
automatic or timed programme.
If you are in any doubt about carrying out
these checks, call the CAPLE Helpline
on 0870 241 1142.
A charge will be made if the appliance is
found to be in working order, or if it has
not been installed in accordance with
these instructions, or if it is has been
used incorrectly.
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CAPLE “Built-in” Service
Should you require service at any time,
please contact the Caple Helpline on
0870 241 1142.
Caple have a nationwide service network of engineers who will respond
quickly to your call.
Always replace spare parts with genuine
Caple spares. These are available from
authorised Caple Service Centres or by
mail order from our National Service
Stores, simply telephone 0870 241
1142.
When ordering parts always quote the
model number and serial number of your
appliance.
YOUR GUARANTEE
CAPLE guarantees all parts of this product for one year from the date of purchase. During that time, should it become necessary CAPLE engineers will
replace or repair all defective parts free of charge, except for parts subject to fair
wear and tear, such as lightbulbs.
Parts and the engineers labour costs are chargeable after the first 12 months.
To qualify for benefits under the guarantee, you must be able to provide proof of
date of purchase and the appliance must have been supplied, installed and used
for domestic purposes only in accordance with CAPLE instructions.
Consequential losses and accidental damage to the product are not covered by
the guarantee.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory or common law rights.
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CAPLE cannot be responsible for the results of using this appliance for any other
purposes other than those described in these instructions.
Cod. 1101808
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