Baumatic | BO675TS - 39992924 | Instruction manual | User Manual

User Manual
BO675TS
60 cm Multifunction
Pyrolytic oven
GB
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS...............................................................................2
INSTALLATION OF THE OVEN......................................................................3
Electricals........................................................................................................3
Connection to the electrical power mains........................................................5
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE.............................................................................6
Oven Racks.....................................................................................................6
Oven extendable racks (if present)..................................................................7
Cooking functions............................................................................................8
Electronic control.............................................................................................10
DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM.............................................................................18
Automatic door locking during pyrolytic cycle..................................................18
Oven lights.......................................................................................................18
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE...................................................................19
Self-cleaning cycle (pyrolytic cycles)...............................................................19
Oven door removal..........................................................................................20
Replacement of the oven light.........................................................................21
GUIDANCE TEMPERATURE AN TIME SCHEDULE FOR COOKING...........22
At the end of the product life cycle, the products equipped with
electronics, which have not gone through a selection process, are
potentially dangerous for the environment and for human health due
to the presence of dangerous materials. This appliance cannot be
thrown in the domestic waste at the end of its life cycle. Therefore it
must be delivered to an authorised waste collecting center tomake
it safe and to recycle its parts in order to respect the environment.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
- Do not disassemble any parts prior to having disconnected the oven from the
mains.
- Do not use the appliance if any part is broken (for example a glass).
Disconnect it from the mains and call service.
- Before using the oven, it is recommended to make it operate at noload at the maximum
temperature for an hour to eliminate the insulating material odour.
- In all models, leave the door closed when the grill is used.
- The cooling fan may remain in operation so long as the oven is hot, even after it has
been switched off.
- During the use the appliance becomes very hot; don’t touch the heating elements
inside the oven.
- During the oven operation, the front is heated as well; consequently keep
children clear of the oven, specially during self-cleaning.
- Parents and adults should pay particular attention when using the product in presence
of children.
- Children should be overseen so as to ensure that they don’t play with the equipment.
- This appliance is not intended for use by persons (included children) with reduced
physical sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsable for their safety.
- In order to avoid damage to the oven enamel coat, do not cover the oven muffle sole
with any item (e.g. aluminum foil, pans and the likes).
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INSTALLATION OF THE OVEN
To install the oven into the kitchen a cutout should be made in accordance with the
dimensions shown in Fig. 1.
The apparatus is to be fastened to the top by means of the two screws provided in the kit
through the holes made on the oven uprights.
The cabinet in which the apparatus is installed shall be open on the back side to ensure
a sufficient air circulation and prevent overheating.
Leave a gap of at least 200 cm2 (see Fig. 1) for air circulation if the oven is installed in a
column; this is not necessary if the oven is installed under the work top.
WARNING
As the apparatus is to be fitted in your kitchen furniture, make
sure that all surfaces in contact with the oven can resist a
temperature of approx 90°C.
Electricals
- Absorbed power:
oven top element:................................................................... 2400 W
oven bottom element: ............................................................ 2100 W
round element (hot air): ......................................................... 2300 W (on some models)
roasting jack motor: ............................................................... 4 W (on some models)
lamp: ....................................................................................... 25 W
hot air fan motor:...................................................................... 25 W
cooling fan motor:..................................................................... 25 W
- Maximum absorbed power: (see data plate).
- Supply voltage: (see data plate).
NOTE
This appliance is in compliance with following European directives:
2006/95/CE (LVD), 2004/108/CE (EMC), 2002/95/CE (RoHS),
2002/96/CE (WEEE), 2002/40/CE.
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Dimensions are in centimeters
Appliances
A
B
C
D
Single oven
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55
58,5
59,5
Fig. 1
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E
Min
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F
G
H
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59,5
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Connection to the electrical power mains
WARNING
This apparatus must be earthed.
The oven is only for domestic use.
The feed voltage and the absorbed power are as indicated on the data plate attached to
the left-hand side upright, which can be seen when the oven door is open.
Connecting must be carried out by qualified personnel and in accordance with the
regulations currently in force.
The manufacturer can not be held responsible for any damages to persons or objects
caused by failure to observe these instructions.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent
or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
The oven must be connected to the mains through a multipole circuit breaker with
a contact-to-contact gap of at least 3 mm, making sure that the earth wire is not
disconnected. For connecting use a flexible cable of the H05V2V2-F 3x1,5 mm2 type
remembering to make it long enough to allow the oven to be removed from its housing
unit when maintenance work is required.
To connect the cable to the oven
proceed as follows (see Fig. 2):
- Remove the lid (1) by unfastening the
three screws (2). Unfasten the two
screws (3) for the cable holder and
feed the cable through the opening
immediately below the cover.
- Remove about 12 cm of the outside
insulation from the cable and
shorten the two active wires (live and
neutral) to 6 cm, leaving long the one
to be connected to the main earth
terminal on the terminal box; remove
about 1 cm of the main insulation
from the three wires and connect
them correctly to the terminal box,
Fig. 2
remembering to respect the polarities.
- Tighten the two screws (3) of the cable holder and put the lid (1) back on with the three
screws (2).
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Oven Racks
WARNING
Never use aluminum foil to cover the oven racks or to line the
oven. It can cause damage to the oven liner if heat is trapped
under the foil.
WARNING
Make sure you do not force it to avoid damage to the enamel.
The oven has rack guides at four levels.
Rack positions are numbered from the
bottom rack guide (#1) to the top (#4).
Check cooking charts for best rack
positions to use when cooking.
Each level guide consists of paired
Fig. 3
supports formed in the walls on each side of the oven cavity.
Always be sure to position the oven racks before turning on the oven. Make sure that the
racks are level once they are in position.
The racks are designed to stop when pulled forward to their limit.
To remove oven rack from the oven (see
Fig. 4):
1 Pull rack forward.
2 Lift rack up at front and then remove it.
1
2
Fig. 4
To replace an oven rack (see Fig. 5):
1 Place rear of rack between rack level
guides.
2 While lifting front of rack, slide rack in all
the way while lowering the front.
1
2
Fig. 5
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Oven extendable racks (if present)
The extendable rack allows for easier access to cooking foods. It extends beyond the
standard flat rack bringing he food closer to the user.
WARNING
Make sute that:
•When the rack is outside of the oven, slide arms do not
lock. They could unexpectedly extend if the rack is carried
incorrectly. Extending slide arms could cause injury. Rack
should only be held or carried by grasping the sides.
•To avoid burns, pull rack all the way out and lift pan above
handle when transferring food to and from oven.
NOTE
Always remove the extendable rack before self-cleaning the oven.
To remove extendable rack from the oven
(see Fig. 6):
1 Lift of rack slightly and push it until the stop
release.
2 Raise back of rack until frame and stop clear
rack guide.
3 Pull rack down and out.
1
2
3
Fig. 6
To replace an extendable rack (see Fig. 7):
1 Grasp rack firmly on both sides. Place rack
(including frame) above desired rack guide.
2 Push all the way in until the back of the rack
drops into place.
3 Pull both sections forward until stops
activates. Rack should be straight and flat,
not crooked.
1
2
3
Fig. 7
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Cooking functions
Each type of oven is provided for various cooking systems.
Icon
Mode Description
The light is on only.
Used for…
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In this mode only the internal oven This mode is used
convection fan is ON i.e. there is no deepfrozen food.
oven heating
to
defrost
Only the lower (bottom) oven heating
element is activated.
This mode is used to keep foods
warm.
In this mode both upper (top)
and lower (bottom) oven heating
elements are used to heat the oven
air. However, no fan is used to
circulate the heat.
This is the traditional mode of cooking
on one shelf. Therefore only one rack
can be used when selecting the Bake
mode. Ideal for Appetizers, Biscuits,
Coffee Cakes and Cookies.
This mode is intended to save energy.
In particular the oven cooling fan
works only when needed e.g. when
the oven is hot and the electronics
require cooling.
Ideal for frozen or precooked food,
and small portions-mealsThe preheat
time is very short and cooking tends
to be slower.It is not recommended
for heavy loads e.g. large portions or
big meal preparation.
The Convection bake mode uses the It can also be used for baking-cooking
upper (top) oven heating element, the Appetizers, Biscuits, Coffee Cakes
lower (bottom) heating element and and Cookies on one or more levels.
the convection fan inside the oven.
The Convection Roast mode uses Ideal for the roasting of whole
the Intense upper (top) oven heating chickens or turkey.
element, the lower (bottom) heating
element and the convection fan
inside the oven.
The True Convection Bake mode
uses the circular or third heating
element hidden behind the baffle at
the back wall of the oven. The heat is
circulated throughout the oven by the
convection fan.
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Consequently different foods can be
cooked simultaneously (maximum
three levels) and is suitable for
preparing a complete dinner (small
portions). Mixing of flavours is
avoided and an important energy
saving is obtained.
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The Ring + Down Convection mode Useful for multilevel cooking of
uses the lower + circular heating soufflés and pizzas.
elements and internal fan.
The Convection Down mode uses Useful for soufflés, pizzas and pastry
the lower (Bottom) heating element dishes.
and internal fan.
suitable for preparing a complete Ideal for steak, hamburgers, chicken
dinner (small portions). Mixing of quarters or chicken breasts.
flavours is avoided and an important
energy saving is obtained.
The Grill mode uses intense heat Ideal for preparing toast, browning
radiated from the upper (top) heating and grilling.
element.
If the spit device is fitted it is also If the spit motor is fitted the spit
used with the spit motor.
roasting of a whole chicken or turkey
is possible.
The standard time is 1.30 h and can PYRO or self-cleaning mode. Here
be changed. (see page 14)
the oven is automatically cleaned by
burning-off cooking residues at high
temperature (about 475 °C) from 1h
to 3h. During the self-cleaning cycle
all fumes produced are filtered and
then expelled to ambient.
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Electronic control
Control panel description
The oven control panel is made by three displays and eight touch sensor keys. The
displays show:

Time.

Temperature.

Function.
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min
A
B
C
D E
F
G
H
Fig. 8

[A] Touch this key to enable the fast preheat

[B] This key is used to set the clock, the minute minder and the buzzer volume.

[C] This key is used to set the cooking duration and the stop time.

[D] Touch or hold this key in order to decrease the displayed value.

[E] Touch or hold this key in order to increase the displayed value.

[F] Touch this key to switch the oven lights on/off.

[G] This key is used to set the oven functions and the related temperature.

[F] Touch this key in order to switch the oven on and make it available for any activity
or touch it to switch the oven off when it’s active.
Power-up
At every power-up, wait for about 7 seconds until a triple beep sounds: the special touch
circuit performs a self-calibration and it’s important to avoid any touch during this phase.
The latch mechanism runs an automatic self-test: the oven door locks and unlocks. This
operation takes about half a minute. The lock symbol on the temperature display turns
on:
1.It flashes while the action is in progress.
2.It’s steadily on when the door is fully locked.
3.It’s off when the door has been unlocked.
Do not try to open the door until the lock symbol has disappeared.
The control shows the time of day blinking, set at 12:00 as the initial value. The time
increases every minute, all oven operations are inhibited until the time of day is set.
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Setting the time of day
The time of day is always displayed in the 24 hours format.
Touch the [B] key (clock/timer) until the word “hour” appears on the clock display. Wait
until the time value appears then touch [D]/[E] keys in order to set the proper value. Hold
the keys to fasten the decrease/increase operations
After a few seconds the whole time of day value starts flashing: wait until the new time
of day is steady.
Fig. 9a
Setting the minute minder
Touch the [B] key (clock/timer) until the word “bell” appears on the clock display. Wait
until the time value appears again then touch or hold [D]/[E] keys to edit and modify the
value. Hold the keys to fasten the decrease/increase operations.
The standard value is 30 minutes, it’s possible to modify it in the range between 0 and
240 minutes. The timer has no influence on the oven activities and can be set also when
the oven is off.
The time of day is displayed with priority in any case, the bell symbol
corner of the clock display shows that the minute minder is set.
in the upper left
When the time expires, the
symbol flashes and the buzzer sounds a warning sequence
(two short beeps repeated every 3 seconds) to recall the user attention. Touch any key
to stop it.
The buzzer stops in any case after a 5 minutes time-out.
Setting an oven function manually
1.Touch the [H] key (On/Off) to awake the oven and make it ready for use. A square
appears on the icon display and the “On” writing on the clock display.
2.Touch the [G] key (function/temperature) in order to select the desired cooking mode.
The clock display shows “Pr00” which correspond to the Light mode.
3.Touch [D] or [E] keys (-/+) in order to browse the list of the available functions. The
icon display shows the oven elements used in every function, the temperature display
shows the preset temperature per every function.
4.Touch the [G] key again in order to change the temperature. The temperature starts
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flashing on its own display, touch [D] or [E] keys (-/+) in order to select the desired
value, in a range between a minimum and a maximum, depending on the mode.
Check the value on the temperature display.
5.Touch the [G] key once more to confirm the selection otherwise it will be confirmed
automatically after a short time.
6.Once the mode is selected, touch [A] key (booster) if you need to fasten the oven
preheat. Normally the food must be introduced after the end of preheat in this case.
The oven will work until a maximum time 12hours. Depending on the oven model, the
number and type of available functions can be different.
If the selected function works using any heating elements, the
doesn’t appear in defrost position).
symbol is displayed (it
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min
Fig. 9b
As soon as the oven starts, the preheat bar on the temperature display turns on, step by
step, showing when the oven is at 25%, 50%, 75% and finally 100% of the set-point. As
soon as each level is reached, its step becomes steady, the next one start flashing. All
the four segments become steadily on when the preheat ends.
Fig 9c
The icon display shows the oven elements in use (heaters, working fan, turnspit)
whenever any function is active.
Touch the [H] key (On/Off) to stop any oven activity immediately. The “OFF” writing
appears on the clock display.
Setting an automatic oven function
After having selected a function as described before, the control can be programmed in
order to set timed cooking activities. The time program remains active even if the function
is changed (exception: pyrolyse). The following options are available:
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1.Timed cooking setting the cooking time (duration).
2.Timed cooking setting the end of cooking time (stop time).
3.Delayed cooking setting duration and stop time.
Touch the [C] in order to toggle between cooking duration (cook time) and end of cooking
time (stop time): the words “dur” or “End” are displayed respectively.
Touch [D] or [E] keys (-/+) to edit the duration or the stop time when the proper word is
displayed:
1.When the word “dur” is displayed, the control shows 30’ as the standard cooking
duration. Touch [D] or [E] in order to set the actually desired cooking time in a range
between 0 and 240 minutes. As soon as the value is accepted the display switches
to clock mode. It will show the time of day, the pot symbol and the letter to indicate
that a timed cooking is active. The end of cooking time is updated automatically.
2.When the word “End” is displayed, the control shows the current time as the initial
stop time. In order to set the actually desired end of cooking time in a 24 hours range.
As soon as the value is accepted the display switches to clock mode. It will show the
time of day, the pot symbol and the letter to indicate that a timed cooking is active.
The cooking time is updated automatically.
3. Repeat the same operations of point 1 then touch [C] key until End appears. The
control shows the “current time + cooking time” as the initial stop time. It’s not possible
to lower the end of cooking time below this value.
Touch [D] or [E] keys (-/+) in order to set the actually desired end of cooking time
in a 24 hours range. The display will flash End and its value alternatively for a few
seconds then it will show the time of day and the
letter to indicate that a delayed
cooking has been programmed. As soon as the delay time expires, the oven starts
and works for the programmed cooking time. The
symbol is displayed.
At the end of any timed activity the control shuts down the oven, the buzzer sounds
a warning sequence (two short beeps repeated every 3 seconds) to recall the user
attention, for a maximum time of 5 minutes and makes the time related icons ( ,
)
flash on the display.
Touch any keys to silent the buzzer and reset the warning message.
The buzzer doesn’t sound between 22:00 and 8:00 (night mode).
Touch the [H] key in order to stop any activity.
Oven functions
The control can manage many cooking functions, their number and availability depends
on the oven model. The temperature range is between 75°C and 250°C for most functions.
Preset temperatures are mainly 190°C for convection modes, 210°C for thermal modes
and 230°C for grill functions.
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Exceptions are Eco-Bake (preset=190°C), Pyrolyse (fixed 475°C), and warming mode
which range is between 50°C and 120°C.
Booster (Fast Preheat)
This function allows to fasten the oven preheating, saving time. When the oven
temperature reaches the set-point a continuous acoustic warning signal, about 5 seconds
long, recall the attention of the user. Fast Preheat is not available in Grill, Pyrolyse, EcoBake, Keep Warm and Defrost. Touch [A] key to enable the function, the writing “Prh”
appears on the clock display, the “°C” symbol on the temperature display flashes until the
oven reaches the set temperature.
Eco-Bake
This function is defined in order to obtain a consistent energy saving. The cooling fan is
initially off and turns on only when the inner parts temperature gets high, then it works
with the heating elements. Cooking might be a little bit slower than the standard Bake,
especially when the oven is heavily loaded. When this function is active, the writing “Eco”
flashes every 5 seconds on the temperature display.
Defrost
This function is used to defrost frozen food in a short time. It doesn’t heat up the oven,
only the convection fan works. The temperature display shows dEF to indicate that this
special mode is active.
Pyrolyse (Self-Clean)
Select the proper program to start a cleaning cycle. The temperature display show the
writing -P- and the icon display shows the elements in use. The clock display starts
showing “Pyro” for a few seconds.
The clean time can be set according to the same rules of the automatic functions, and
therefore the pyrolitic cycle can be delayed.
The maximum allowed clean time is 3 hours, the minimum 1 hour. The standard time
is 1h:30min, the clock display shows P1:30. At the end of the self-cleaning activity the
display shows “---“ steady and
flashing as long as the oven is cooling and the door
remains locked. Once the oven is cool enough, the door unlocks and the display shows
“End”.
Touch [H] key in any moment to stop the oven.
The door remains locked until the oven temperature drops below the safety threshold, at
this time the control unlocks the door.
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The cooling fan starts as soon as the function is selected and turns to its higher speed
when the inner parts get hot. The oven temperature is automatically set to 475°C in order
to perfectly clean the cavity.
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min
Fig 9d
The control also locks immediately the door in order to guarantee the user safety, given
that the temperature inside gets very hot. A lock icon on the temperature display shows
the status of the latch mechanism at any time:

Door unlocked, lock symbol off.

Door locked, lock symbol always on.

Latch moving, transition in progress, lock symbol flashing.
Eco-Pyrolyse
When this function is active, the writing “Eco” flashes every 5 seconds on the temperature
display. The standard time is 1h:30min and can never be changed, the clock display
shows P1:30. It is used in case a light cleaning action is requested.
Door and commands lock for children safety (pyro)
This is an additional safety functions. The door latch mechanism, managed automatically
during pyrolyse can be actuated manually by the user in order to lock the oven door and
prevent children from having free access to the oven.
and
keys simultaneously for about 3 seconds to lock/unlock the door
Hold
manually. Also the keyboard is disabled while this function is actuated: the display shows
a key on the clock display in case of any attempt to touch inactive keys.
Buzzer volume
The buzzer volume can be set, when the control is in stand-by mode, touching first the
[B] key until the writing “L1”, ”L2” or ”L3” is displayed (depending on the set volume) then
touching the [D]/[E] key. At any touch the buzzer sounds a double beep, selecting the
volume out of three available levels.
Night mode
This mode is active between 22:00 and 8:00 overnight. During this period, the buzzer is
always silent and the background blue light of the clock display reduces its brightness.
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Touching any keys will not cause any acoustic feedback.
Failure declarations and error codes
The control is continuously checking the status of the system. If an abnormal condition is
detected for more than 1 minute, a failure occurs:
- The heaters and the other loads are disabled.
- The display shows a “E” letter flashing, followed by a numeric code that depends on
the kind of failure.
- The control emits an acoustic warning signal that will last for some minutes.
To reset a failure declaration, first remove the cause of the failure then touch the [H] key
(OFF).
Error code table.
Error
E001
E008
E016
E017
E032
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Description
Temperature sensor shorted.
Latch time-out overflow.
Oven cavity overheating
Temperature sensor disconnected or broken
Wrong oven model configuration
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Cooking mode table with preset, minimum, maximum temperatures (°C) and
nominal power (Watt)
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MODE
T MIN
(°C)
PRESET
(°C)
T MAX
(°C)
HEATING
ELEMENTS
(W)
NAME
Pr00
Pr00
#
#
#
LIGHT
Pr01
Pr01
#
#
#
DEFROST
Pr02
Pr02
50
75
120
2100
KEEP WARM
Pr03
Pr03
120
190
250
2400
ECO-BAKE
Pr04
Pr04
120
210
250
2400
BAKE
Pr05
Pr05
75
190
250
2400
CONVECTION BAKE
Pr06
Pr06
75
190
250
2400
CONVECTION ROAST
Pr07
Pr07
75
190
250
2100
LOWER CONVECTION
Pr08
Pr08
75
190
250
2400
CONVECTION GRILL
Pr09
Pr09
L1
L2
L3
2400
GRILL
Pr10
Pr10
L1
L2
L3
2400
GRILL WITH TURNSPIT
Pr11
NA
75
190
250
2300
TRUE CONVECTION BAKE
Pr12
NA
75
190
250
2300
SPECIAL (RING + LOWER)
Pr13
Pr11
475
2400
ECO PYRO
Pr14
Pr12
475
2400
PYRO
Prh
Prh
C°
VARIOUS
FAST PREHEAT
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DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
Automatic door locking during pyrolytic cycle
For safety reasons, the door is locked automatically as soon as self-clean mode is
selected (both standard, both eco clean). The door is also unlocked automatically when
the clean time has expired but only after the temperature has fallen below the safety
threshold.
NOTE
It is not possible to exclude the door locking device during selfcleaning i.e. manually unlock the door since the self-cleaning mode
has the highest priority and overrides all other selections.
The lock symbol (
) on the display is:
ON
When the door is fully locked
OFF
When the door is fully unlocked
FLASHING
When the latch mechanism is moving. (After self clean the sym
bol will flash until the temperature will be safe and the door
unlocked).
Oven lights
They turn on during all cooking activities but they are always disabled in self-clean.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Prior to taking any action for cleaning, make sure the apparatus is cut-out from the mains.
It is recommended that the oven interior be frequently cleaned. In particular, it should be
cleaned every time the grill is used to prevent excessive fouling of the oven interior that
may generate fumes or odours during subsequent cooking. Abrasive detergents and
steam cleaning equipment should not be used for cleaning.
WARNING
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to
clean the oven door glass since they can scratch the surface,
which may result in shattering of the glass.
Ovens provided with the hot air system are less subject to dirt inside.
Self-cleaning cycle (pyrolytic cycles)
Although it is not necessary to perform the cleaning operation each time the oven has
been used, do not let the oven get too dirty.
Before performing self-cleaning, take out all accessories (grills, dishes, pans) to avoid
damaging them, remove large cooking residues and then close the door,
ensuring that it is closed properly.
NOTE
Usually self-cleaning requires 2.30 to 3 hours according to the
amount of residue to be removed.
WARNING
Ensure that the door is in the closed position before the selfcleaning cycle starts, otherwise automatic door locking will
not be completed. See paragraphs that follows.
When the cycle is finished and the oven has COOLED COMPLETELY, remove the
burned-off residues of the self-cleaning cycle with a damp cloth.
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Oven door removal
WARNING
Make sure that:
•The oven is cool and power to the oven has been turned off
before removing the door. Failure to do so could result in
electrical shock or burns.
•The oven door is heavy and fragile. Use both hands to remove
the oven door. The door front is glass. Handle care-fully to
avoid breakage.
•Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do not grasp the
handle as it may swing in your hand and cause damage or
injury.
•Failure to grasp the oven door firmly and properly could
result in personal injury or product damage.
To remove the oven door (see Fig. 10):
1 Open the door completely.
2 Lift up the hinge bracket (1) into the slot (2).
3 Hold the door firmly on both sides using both hands and close the door.
4 Hold firmly; the door is heavy.
5 Place the door in a convenient location.
To replace the oven door (see Fig. 10):
1 Insert the upper arms (3) of both hinges into the upper slots (6) and the
lower arms (4) into the lower slots (7). The recesses (5) must hook on the lips (8).
2 Move the hinge brackets (1) back down into position.
3 Close and open the door slowly to assure that it is correctly and securely in place.
Fig. 10
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Replacement of the oven light
WARNING
Make sure that:
•The oven and lights are cool and power to the oven has been
turned off before replacing the light bulb(s). Failure to do so
could result in electrical shock or burns.
•The lenses must be in place when using the oven.
•The lenses serve to protect the light bulb from breaking.
•The lenses are made of glass. Handle carefully to avoid
breakage. Broken glass could cause an injury.
1
(230V - 15 or 25W)
2
3
1
Fig. 11
1 Turn off power at the main power supply (fuse or breaker box).
2 Remove the lens (1) by unscrewing it.
3 Remove the light bulb (2) from its socket (3).
4 Replace the bulb (2) with a new one. Avoid touching the bulb with fingers, as oils from
hands can damage the bulb when it becomes hot.
5 Use one with the same Volt and Watt (see Fig. 11).
6 Screw the lens (1) back on.
7 Turn power back on at the main power supply (fuse or breaker box).
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GUIDANCE TEMPERATURE AN TIME SCHEDULE FOR COOKING
FOOD
Mode
Traditional cooking system
Rack position
(from the bottom) Temperature °C Cooking time
in minutes
Hot-air cooking system
Temperature °C
Cooking time in
minutes
Poork,calf (roast) etc.
2nd
200 ÷ 225
100÷ 150
175 ÷ 180
90 ÷ 120
Fillet, roastbeef
2nd
200 ÷ 240
60 ÷ 90
210 ÷ 225
40 ÷ 70
Poultry (gose, duck,
turkey, chicken)
whole (4)
1st or 2nd
200 ÷ 240
60 ÷ 180
180 ÷ 220
90 ÷ 150
Chicken
quarter, thigs,
hamburger,steak
2nd or 3rd
--
--
200 ÷ 230
10 ÷ 30
per ogni lato
Game (4)
2nd
210 ÷ 230
80 ÷ 100
180 ÷ 200
60 ÷ 100
Fish
2nd
180 ÷ 190
35 ÷ 45
175 ÷ 180
25 ÷ 45
Cakes
2nd
170 ÷ 200
35 ÷ 60
165÷ 190
30 ÷ 60
Biscuits
2nd
170 ÷ 200
10 ÷ 20
170 ÷ 190
10 ÷ 15
Pizza
2nd
210 ÷ 240
15 ÷ 20
200 ÷ 210
10 ÷ 12
2nd & 3rd or
2nd and 4th
--
--
200 ÷ 210
15 ÷ 20
3rd
L2
3÷7
--
--
Pizza multilevel
Bread toast
Warning for hot-air cooking - Position of pans:
-For cooking on 1 plane make use on 2nd holder from the bottom (using
-For cooking on 2 planes make use of 2nd - 4th holders from the bottom (using
-For cooking on 3 planes make use of 2nd - 3th and 4th holders from the bottom
)
(using
-(4) The time depends of poultry dimension, (40 ÷ 45 mins for kg).
IMPORTANT: The cooking times are considered with oven preheated.
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)
IMPORTANT: If your appliance appears not to be
operating correctly, then you should disconnect it from
your mains supply and then contact the Customer Care
Department.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE APPLIANCE YOURSELF.
Please note that if an engineer is asked to attend whilst the product is
under guarantee and finds that the problem is not the result of an
appliance fault, then you may be liable for the cost of the call out charge.
The appliance must be accessible for the engineer to perform any
necessary repair. If your appliance is installed in such a way that
an engineer is concerned that damage will be caused to the
appliance or your kitchen, then they will not complete a repair.
This includes situations where appliances have been tiled in,
sealed in with sealant, have wooden obstructions placed in front
of the appliance, like plinths. Or any installation other than the
one specified by the manufacturer has been completed.
IMPORTANT: The manufacturer operates a policy of continuous
improvement and reserves the right to adjust and modify its
products without prior notification.
United Kingdom
Baumatic Ltd.,
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading, Berkshire
RG2 0QX
United Kingdom
Czech Republic
Baumatic CR spol s.r.o.
Lípovà 665
460 01 Liberec 4
Czech Republic
+420 483 577 200
www.baumatic.cz
Sales Telephone
(0118) 933 6900
Sales Fax
(0118) 931 0035
Customer Care Telephone
(0118) 933 6911
Customer Care Fax
(0118) 986 9124
Spares Telephone
(01235) 437244
Advice Line Telephone
(0118) 933 6933
Slovakia
Baumatic Slovakia, s.r.o.
Panenská 34
811 03 Bratislava - Staré Mesto
Slovakia
+421 255 640 618
www.baumatic.sk
Germany
Baumatic Gmbh
Bachstr.10-12
D-32 257 Bünde
Deutschland
E-mail:
sales@baumatic.co.uk
customercare@baumatic.co.uk
spares@baumatic.co.uk
technical@baumatic.co.uk
+49 (0) 5223 99408 0
www.baumatic.de
Website:
www.baumatic.co.uk
Italy
Baumatic Italia S.R.L.
Via Galvani N.3
35011 Campodarsego (PD)
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/baumatic.uk
+3904 9920 2297
www.baumatic.it
Republic of Ireland
Service Telephone
1-890 812 724
Holland
Baumatic Benelux B.V.
Dukdalfweg 15d
1332 BH ALMERE
Nederland
Spares Telephone
091 756 771
+31(0)36 549 1553
www.baumatic.nl
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