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Bertazzoni F30PROXV Troubleshooting guide
 INSTALLATION, USE & CARE MANUAL 30” BUILT‐IN OVEN F30PROXV (F7..PAB1XE.UA) 310725
FROM THE DESK OF THE PRESIDENT
Dear new owner of a Bertazzoni product,
I want to thank you for choosing one of our beautiful
products. We know that you have many brands and
products to choose from and we are thrilled that you
have decided to take one of our products into your
home.
We take as much pride in making our products as
we hope you will in owning them. My family started
manufacturing cooking appliances in 1882. Each of
our products is a blend of Italian design finesse and
superior appliance technology. While we will never
replace your unique talent at preparing delicious
dishes, we try our best at making cooking easier,
more effective and more fun.
BERTAZZONI SpA
Via Palazzina 8
42016 Guastalla RE
ITALY
Our appliances are designed according to the
strictest safety and performance standard for the
European and the North American market. We
follow the most advanced manufacturing techniques.
Each appliance leaves the factory after thorough
quality inspection and testing. Our distributors and
our service partners are ready to answer any
questions you may have regarding how to install,
use and care for your Bertazzoni product.
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This manual will help you learn to use the product
safely and most effectively and care for it so that it
may give you the highest satisfaction for years to
come.
The manual also includes directions for the
professional installer that will install the product in
your home. We recommend using factory-trained
professionals for the delicate task of installing and
testing appliances in your home. Please call
Customer Service if you need help locating a
factory-trained professional installer in your area.
Please keep this manual handy for future use.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
APPLIANCE INFORMATION ______________________________________________ 4
WARRANTY AND SERVICE _______________________________________________ 5
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ______________________________________ 6
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION _______________________________________________ 9
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS __________________________________________ 10
CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT ________________________________________ 10
WIRING DIAGRAM _____________________________________________________ 11
CUT-OUT DIMENSIONS _________________________________________________ 12
INSTALLING THE OVEN ________________________________________________ 13
GETTING STARTED ____________________________________________________ 14
USING THE LCD DISPLAY _______________________________________________ 15
BEFORE USING THE OVEN______________________________________________ 15
OVEN COOKING _______________________________________________________ 16
USING THE LCD DISPLAY _______________________________________________ 16
OVEN FUNCTIONS SELECTOR ___________________________________________ 18
TEMPERATURE/CLEAN SELECTOR ______________________________________ 18
OVEN OPERATION _____________________________________________________ 18
COOKING MODES GUIDE _______________________________________________ 19
TIPS FOR BEST RESULTS - BAKING ______________________________________ 20
TIPS FOR BEST RESULTS - WARMING ____________________________________ 20
TIPS FOR BEST RESULTS - DEHYDRATE __________________________________ 21
SELF-CLEANING CYCLE ________________________________________________ 22
CLEANING THE OVEN __________________________________________________ 24
REPLACING THE OVEN LIGHTS __________________________________________ 25
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ____________________________________________ 26
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APPLIANCE INFORMATION
MODEL
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DATE INSTALLED
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DEALER
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INSTALLER
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SERVICER
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
All Bertazzoni products are covered by a 2 years parts and labor warranty.
Service on all Bertazzoni products shall be carried out by factory-trained professionals only.
For warranty service please contact Customer Service at the numbers indicated below.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
English/Spanish hotline
French hotline
(866) 905-0010
(800) 561-7625
Fax
(714) 428-0040
Email BERTAZZONIHELP@SERVICEPOWER.COM
Mailing address
SERVICEPOWER
1503 South Coast drive
Suite 320
Costa Mesa CA 92626
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Only Bertazzoni replacement parts may be used in performing service on the appliance.
Replacement parts are available from factory authorized parts distributors.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these instructions before installing or using the oven for the first time.
Save these instructions and review them periodically.
Keep the instructions in a safe place and transfer them to any future user.
General
This appliance complies with current safety requirements.
The appliance is intended for domestic use only: cooking, baking, roasting, broiling,
defrosting and heating of food. It is not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
Only use the appliance for its intended purpose. Improper use of the appliance can
lead to personal injury and property damage. The manufacturer is not liable for
personal injury, product or property damage caused by improper use of this oven.
Those who lack physical, sensory or mental abilities, or experience with the
appliance should not use it without supervision or instruction by a responsible
person.
Children
Children should not be left unattended in an area where the appliance is in use.
Never allow children to hang or lean on any part of the appliance.
CAUTION! Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets above an oven.
Children climbing on the oven to reach these items could be injured.
Children should not use the unit without supervision unless its operation has been
sufficiently explained so they can use it safely. Children must be able to understand
potential hazards or improper operation.
Do not allow children to touch or play in, on or near the oven when it is in operation.
The oven gets hot at the oven door glass, the cooling exhaust, the handle and the
operating controls. Use extra care to avoid burns.
Installation
Before installation, make sure that the voltage and frequency listed on the data plate
correspond with the household’s electrical supply to prevent personal injury and/or
damage to the appliance. Consult a qualified electrician if in doubt.
Make sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a qualified
technician.
CAUTION: The appliance must be effectively grounded to guarantee the electrical
safety. If in doubt, have the electrical system of the house checked by a qualified
electrician. The manufacturer is not liable for damages caused by the lack or
inadequacy of an effective grounding system or the failure to adhere to national and
local electrical codes.
The oven should not to be operated until it has been properly installed.
Installation, maintenance and repair work should be performed by a factory
authorized service technician. Work by unqualified persons could be dangerous and
may void the warranty.
Before installation or service, disconnect the power supply to the work area by
removing the fuse, tripping the circuit breaker or shutting off the power main.
WARNING! ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD!
Disconnect electrical power at the circuit breaker box or fuse box before installing
the appliance.
Provide appropriate grounding for the appliance.
Use copper conductors only.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious injury or death
CAUTION! Label all wires prior to disconnecting when servicing controls. Wiring
errors can cause improper and dangerous operation.
Verify proper operation after servicing.
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Oven use
WARNING! Ovens can produce high temperatures that can cause burns.
Prevent children from touching the appliance while in use.
Use heat-resistant potholders when placing items in the oven, turning them, or
removing them from the oven. The upper heating element and oven racks can
become very hot and cause burns.
To prevent burns, always place oven racks at their desired height while the oven is
cool.
Open the door carefully to allow hot air or steam to escape before placing or
removing food.
To prevent burns, allow the heating element to cool before cleaning by hand.
During the self cleaning function the oven will become very hot. Prevent children
from coming in contact with the oven.
Remove all accessories from the oven before starting a self-clean cycle. The high
temperatures needed for this program will damage the accessories.
The door gasket is essential for a good seal. Care should be taken not to wear,
damage or remove the gasket.
Only clean parts listed in this manual.
CAUTION: Heating elements may be hot even though they are not glowing.
During and after use, do not let clothing or other flammable materials come in
contact with heating elements or interior surfaces of the oven until they have
had sufficient time to cool. External parts of the oven such as the door glass,
vents, and the control panel can become hot.
Do not block the exhaust vents.
Aluminum foil should not be used to line the bottom of the oven cavity.
Do not place pots, pans or baking sheets directly on the bottom of the oven
cavity.
Do not slide pots or pans on the oven floor. This could scratch and damage the
surface enamel.
Do not let metal objects (aluminium foil, pans) or the meat probe come in contact
with the heating element.
Do not sit or step on the oven door.
Do not place heavy items on the open oven door.
Only use the food probe supplied with the oven. Contact Bertazzoni Service if you
need to purchase a new probe.
To prevent damage, remove the food probe from the oven when it is not being used.
Do not heat unopened containers of food in the oven, pressure may build up and
cause them to explode.
Never add water to food on a hot tray or pan, or directly onto food in a hot oven. The
steam generated could cause serious burns or scalds.
This oven must only be used for cooking. Do not use it as a dryer, kiln, dehumidifier,
etc. Fumes or vapors given off by glues, plastics or flammable liquids and materials
could be hazardous.
Never store flammable liquids and materials in, above or under an oven, or near
cooking surfaces.
Do not use the appliance to store or dehydrate flammable materials. This is a fire
hazard.
Do not use the oven to heat the room.
When baking frozen pizzas or pies, place them on the rack lined with parchment
paper. Frozen food like french fries, fish sticks, chicken fingers etc. can be baked on
the baking tray.
Always check that food is sufficiently heated. The time required varies depending on
a number of factors, such as initial temperature, quantity of food, type and
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consistency of the food, and recipe. Germs present in the food are killed off only at a
sufficiently high temperature (> 158F / 70C) and after a sufficiently long time (10
minutes or longer). Select a longer cooking time if you are unsure whether the food
is thoroughly heated. To ensure temperature is distributed evenly, stir food before
serving.
It is recommended to cover all cooked food that is left in the oven to be kept warm.
This will prevent moisture from condensing on the interior of the oven.
Be careful when cooking with alcoholic beverages like rhum, whiskey, wine etc. The
alcohol evaporates at high temperatures but may in rare circumstances combust on
the hot heating elements.
Other
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the oven. Steam could penetrate electrical
components and cause a short.
Do not leave the oven unattended when cooking with oils or fats, they are a fire
hazard if overheated.
Do not use water on grease fires! Smother the fire with a properly rated dry chemical
or foam fire extinguisher.
Be aware of loose or hanging garments while operating the cooktop, they present a
fire hazard.
Make certain that the power cords of small appliances do not come in contact with
or get caught in the oven door.
Use only dry, heat-resistant potholders. Moist or damp potholders used on hot
surfaces may result in steam burns. Do not let potholders come in contact with oils.
Do not substitute towels or other bulky items for potholders.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND REVIEW THEM PERIODICALLY.
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
Electrical requirements
120/240V - 5500W (24 A max) or 120/208V – 4400W (21 A max).
Upper heating element
3400W
Lower heating element
2100W
Convection heating elements
2 x 1650W
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLER: PLEASE LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE OWNER.
Electrical connection
CAUTION: Before installing the oven, disconnect the power supply by either
removing the fuse, shutting off the power main or manually tripping the
circuit breaker.
Installation work and repairs should only be performed by a qualified
technician in accordance with all applicable codes and standards. Repairs
and service by unqualified persons could be dangerous and may void the
warranty. The manufacturer is not liable for personal injury, product or
property damage caused by serviced performed by unqualified persons.
Before connecting the appliance to the power supply, make sure that the
voltage and frequency listed on the data plate correspond with the
household electrical supply. This data must correspond to prevent damage
to the product. Consult an electrician if in doubt.
Only operate the appliance after it has been installed in a cabinet.
Power supply
The oven is equipped with a 4 ft. (1.2 m.) flexible metal cable with 4 wires
ready for connection to a dedicated 3 pole, 4 wire grounded power supply:
120/240Vac: 5500 Watt or 24 A max.
or
120/208Vac: 4400 Watt or 21 A max.
Black wire: connect to L1 (hot)
Red wire: connect to L2 (hot)
White wire: connect to N (neutral)
Green wire: connect to GND (ground)
A dedicated line and junction box should be used to connect the oven to a
30 A circuit.
CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
Disposal of packing materials The cardboard box and packing materials protect the appliance during
shipping. Ensure that any plastic wrappings, bags, etc. are disposed of
safely and kept out of the reach of children. Danger of suffocation!
Disposal of an old appliance Old appliances may contain materials that can be recycled. Please contact
your local recycling authority about the possibility of recycling these
materials. Make sure that the appliance presents no danger to children
while being stored for disposal. Before discarding an old appliance, unplug it
from the outlet and cut off its power cord. Remove any doors to prevent
trapping hazards.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
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CUT-OUT DIMENSIONS
IMPORTANT
Kitchen cabinets shall be made of materials capable of withstanding
temperatures at least 117°F (65°C) above room temperature in order to
avoid possible damage to the cabinets during oven usage.
The oven must be installed into cabinetry and be supported from
underneath.
The oven vent at the bottom of the door must be left unobstructed.
A Vent cut-out 16” x 4” (406mm x 102mm) in the base of the cabinet
B Cut-out for power cord min. 1" x 1” (2.54 x 2.54 cm.)
C Electrical connection box
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INSTALLING THE OVEN
STEP 1
Fix the supplied skid plates to the cabinet floor.
STEP 2
Prepare the door for removal. Flip up the locking clamps on each door hinge. Slowly
shut the door until the protruding clamps stop the movement. Pull oven door
upwards and remove.
STEP 3
Connect the oven to the electrical supply.
STEP 4
Slide the oven into the cabinet and align.
STEP 5
Reinstall the oven door.
STEP 7
Open the oven door and locate the two mounting screw holes in the oven frame.
Mark and drill ¼” (6 mm) pilot holes. Secure the oven to the cabinetry by inserting
screws through the frame and into the cabinetry. Assemble the supplied screw caps
over the screw head to conceal them.
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GETTING STARTED
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COOLING FANS
Control Panel (KNOBS only presents on PRO models)
Cooling exhaust
Self-clean cycle door lock
Lights
Convection fans
Seven level shelf supports
Data plate
Oven door
Two cooling fans are concealed in the upper portion of the oven. They activate each
time the internal temperature reaches 390F (200C) and continue to operate until the
temperature drops to 320F (160C). Therefore the cooling fans may be on after the
oven has been turned off. When the temperature inside the oven is over 280F
(140C), the cooling fans activate each time the door is opened in order to avoid that
the hot air escaping the cavity enters in contact with the control panel. Cooling fans
are always operated when a cleaning cycle is selected.
NOTE: COOLING FANS ARE DIFFERENT FROM THE CONVECTION SYSTEM
FANS, WHICH ARE PLACED AT THE BACK OF THE OVEN CAVITY.
OVEN LIGHTS
OVEN RACKS The appliance is equipped with two oven lamps that light up when the oven door is
opened or each time the oven is in operation. They are turned off during the cleaning
cycle. Shelves are mounted on the appropriate guides situated on the sides of the oven
compartment. Insert the shelf between top and bottom guide in any of the 7
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STEEL RACKS
Slide the racks onto the runners on both sides of the oven. The racks have non-tip
safety notches, which prevent them from being pulled out completely while the oven
is in use.
When inserting a rack, always check that the safety notches are at the back. To
remove racks, raise them upwards and pull out.
FRONT INDICATOR LIGHTS This appliance is equipped with 3 indicator lights on the front panel:
- C
CLEAN/RED colour: on with door locked during cleaning cycle
- H
HEATING/BLUE colour: on when cooking or cleaning temperature is
reached, always on during functions Dehydrate-Proofing-Warming levels 1-2-3
- P
PRE-HEATING/BLUE colour: on during pre-heating period; not active for
functions Dehydrate-Proofing-Warming levels 1-2-3.
The indicator lights flash intermittently (in some case together with the sound buzzer)
when an error is detected. For explanation of errors, please refer to the chapter
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE.
SOUND BUZZER The appliance is equipped with a sound buzzer that emits a triple “beep” each time
the pre-heating time is finished (not used for functions CLEAN and DehydrateProofing-Warming levels 1-2-3”) and a single intermittent “beep” in some case jointly
with the indicator light when an error is detected (refer to chapter
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE) .
OVEN CONVECTION FAN The appliance is equipped with an oven fan mounted inside a circular heating
element, protected by a fan shield on the back of the oven cavity; it operates each
time that the oven operates in the functions ROASTING, TURBO, CONVECTION
BROILER, CONVECTION BAKE and DEHYDRATE. USING THE LCD DISPLAY
A Temperature knob
B Cooking modes knob
C Touch control areas
D LCD Display
BEFORE USING THE OVEN
Before using the oven for preparing food:
 Remove the protective film from the oven door and control panel
 Remove all accessories from the oven
 Remove all stickers from the baking tray, from the roasting pan or from the interior cavity of the oven
 Remove all spacers and packing material from the interior of the oven cavity
 Make sure the room is properly ventilated
 Run the oven for 2 hours at 500F / 260C in turbo mode.
This pre-operating procedure will ensure that all internal residues burn off prior to preparing food.
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OVEN COOKING
WARNING Use Care When Opening Door. Let hot air or steam escape before removing
or replacing food.
Do Not Heat Unopened Food Containers. Build-up of pressure may cause
container to burst and result in injury.
Keep Oven Vent Ducts unobstructed.
Placement of Oven Racks. Always place oven racks in desired location while
oven is cool. If rack must be moved while oven is hot, do not let potholder
contact hot heating element in oven.
Do Not Clean Door Gasket. The door gasket is essential for a good seal.
Care should be taken not to rub, damage, or move the gasket
Do Not Use Oven Cleaners. No commercial oven cleaner or oven liner
protectivecoating of any kind should be used in or around any part of the
oven.
Clean Only Parts Listed in manual.
Before Self-Cleaning the Oven. Remove broiler pan and other utensils.
CAUTION
Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets above a range or on the back
guard of a range – children climbing on the range to reach items could be seriously
injured.
DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS OR INTERIOR SURFACE OF OVEN
Heating elements may be hot even though are dark in colour. Interior surfaces of
an oven become hot enough to cause burns. During and after use, do not touch, or
let clothing or other flammable materials come into contact with the heating
elements or interior surfaces of oven until they have had sufficient time to cool.
Other surfaces of the appliance may become hot enough to cause burns, for
example, oven vent openings and surfaces near these openings, oven doors, oven
glass window.
USING THE LCD DISPLAY
At power on, the contact is opened. The display and AUTO symbol flashes and
time of day starts from 0:00. Power on state with flashing daytime remains until
time of day is set
SETTING TIME
Press PLUS (+) and MINUS(-) button simultaneously. At Power On, also MODE
button is possible. Time of day can be set with PLUS or MINUS, while the colon
between hours and minutes is flashing. When PLUS or MINUS is continually hold,
the quick setting mode starts. If daytime setting mode is selected while an
automatic program is active, the automatic program is cancelled.
TIMER
The purpose of the timer is just of a sound signal, which can be set for a max time of
23h59min. once elapsed the set time, the Bell symbol turns off and a sound signal is
heard; this sound set off automatically in 7min, or you can stop it by pressing any key
of the programmer. To set the timer press the M key for 2 seconds, or anyway just to
see the Bell symbol blinking. Set the timer by using the + or - keys. Release the + or
- key when you have matched your desired time. In a few seconds the current time
appears on the display together with the symbol. The countdown starts immediately
from now on.
SEMI-AUTOMATIC COOKING
Cooking time: Once having selected a coking function and set the desired
temperature, press the M key for a 2 seconds time to access the programming
mode. The BELL symbol appears. Release and press again the M key. On the
display, the A symbol starts blinking and the " dur " writing appears on the display,
then it changes to O' 00. Set the cooking time with the - or + keys. (max available
time: 10h). The selected time is automatically processed by the programmer in a few
seconds, or you can also touch the M key many times just to see again the current
time.
The AUTO and POT symbols will be on the display. Once the set cooking time is
finished, a sound will be heard and the oven automatically switches off. Please see
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the following paragraphs about how to disable the sound alarm and restarting the
oven.
END OF COOKING
once having selected a cooking function and set the desired temperature, touch the
M key to access the programming mode for at least 2 sec. the ) symbol switches on.
Release and touch again the M key.
On the display the AUTO symbol starts blinking and the writing "dur" appears. Touch
again the M key. On the display the writing "End" appears. The last one changes few
seconds after with the symbol 0· 00.
Set the end of cooking time with the keys - or +. (maximum available time:
10hOOm).
The selected time is automatically processed by the programmer in a few seconds,
or you can also touch the M key many times just to see again the current time.
The cooking immediately starts, while on the programmer display the current time is
shown again in a few seconds. The AUTO and POT symbols will be on the display.
Once the set end of cooking time is finished, a sound will be heard and the oven
automatically switches off. Please see the following paragraphs about how to disable
the sound alarm and restarting the oven.
AUTOMATIC CCOKING Set a cooking time following the instructions on the cooking time paragraph, then set
the end of cooking time following the instructions on the previous paragraph. (Max
available end of cooking time 24h). The oven automatically switches on at a
determined time which is the difference between the end of cooking time and the
cooking time.
During the waiting time before cooking, which goes from the oven start to the
heating, on the display appears the A symbol to show that an automatic program is
on and the current time. The oven on is marked by the POT symbol. Once the set
end of cooking time is finished, a sound will be heard and the oven automatically
switches off.
Please see the following paragraphs about how to disable the alarm and restarting
the oven.
How to disable the sound alarm: To disable the sound just touch one of the keys.
Operating again the oven
Once a semi-automatic or automatic cooking has expired, on the display appear the
current time and the blinking AUTO symbol. In this condition, the heating elements
and the light bulb of the oven are disabled. To enable again the oven, just touch and
keep the M key up to see the symbol POT on the display and the AUTO symbol
disappears.
OTHER FUNCTIONS
How to delete a cooking time (semi-automatic or Automatic)
To delete a semi-automatic or automatic cooking program, with the A symbol on,
touch together the - and + keys for at least 2 seconds or anyway up to see the POT
and the disabling of AUTO symbol.
How to delete the countdown timer
To delete the counting of the timer, which symbol is ) t touch the M key for at least 2
seconds or anyway up to see the ) symbol blinking. Touch together the - and + keys.
Checking the function settings
The set or remaining time of every cooking function of the programmer can be
recalled to the display by entering in program mode with the M key. Touch and keep
the M key for almost 2 seconds or anyway up to see the BELL symbol. The
remaining time appears on the display, or a series of zero numbers if the timer is
disabled. Touch again the M key. On the display appears the "dur" writing, then
alternately the remaining time or a series of zero number (disable timer).
By touching again the M key, the end of cooking time appears together with the
"End" writing.
How to change the current time or the sound level
With the programmer in standard mode, the (2) symbol is on, touch together the and + keys for at least 2 seconds or anyway up to see the dot (3) blinking.
To update the hour on the display: touch the + or - keys.
To change the sound level: touch the M key. On the display appears the writing:
Ton.. followed by a number. Select with the - key your favourite sound level.
Note: number 1 is referred to the highest sound level. The available levels are 3.
Attention: Power cut causes the loss of any program, even the clock; that means
the programmer will have to be set again.
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OVEN FUNCTIONS SELECTOR
TEMPERATURE/CLEAN SELECTOR
OVEN OPERATION
START
Select COOKING MODE by turning the right knob
Select COOKING TEMPERATURE by turning the temperature left knob
The oven will start PRE-HEATING. The end of pre-heating will be confirmed with a
tone. Place the food in the oven when the desired temperature has been reached.
MODIFY/STOP
Modify COOKING MODE during cooking by turning the cooking mode knob
Modify COOKING TEMPERATURE during cooking by turning the temperature knob
Stop cooking by turning the COOKIN MODE knob and COOKING TEMPERATUIRE
in the OFF position
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COOKING MODES GUIDE
MODE
BAKE
DETAILS
USE FOR/TIPS
Bake and broil elements ON
Soufflés
Meringues
Angel food cakes
Cream puffs
Cookies
Cakes
Cheesecakes,
Pies
Quiches
Baked potatoes
Cookies
Cakes
Breads
Rising dough
Cheesecake
Pies
Quiches
Baked potatoes
Casseroles
Convection OFF
Temperature 100F - 500F
Use lower 2 shelf levels.
CONVECTION
BAKE
Bake element ON at full power
Broil element ON at moderate power
Convection fan ON
Temperature 100F- 500F
Use several levels at the same time.
NOTE: As a general rule, the temperature of a
recipe not designed for baking in a convection
oven should be lowered by 20F (15C)
CONVECTION
Convection fan and convection element ON
Use several levels at the same time.
Gentle cooking of pastries, soufflés and
cakes.
At higher temperature use also for
roasting meats and poultry.
Temperature 100F - 500F
NOTE: As a general rule, the temperature of a
recipe not designed for baking in a convection
oven should belowered by 20 °F (15 °C.)
TURBO
Bake element ON at full power
Convection element and fan ON at full power
Uniform cooking with strong heat from
the bottom of pizza, focaccia and bread.
Temperature 100F – 500F
Use shelf levels 2 and 3
BROIL
Broil element ON
4 power settings – LOW (1) to HIGH (4)
Brown food on the top side only. Turn
food over if browning is required on both
sides.
The element is heated for the first 3 minutes at
maximum power and then the power is
reduced according to the selected power
setting.
CONVECTION
BROIL
Broil element ON
Convection fan ON
4 power settings – LOW (1) to HIGH (4)
Brown food on top and bottom side.
This mode is preferred for browning
food that is too delicate for turning such
as fish.
The element is heated for the first 3 minutes at
maximum power and then the power is
reduced according to the selected power
setting.
NOTE: The degree of browning on each
side might be different.
DEHYDRATE
to be used with temperature selector at 100°F
(corresponding to an internal oven setup fixed
temperature of 100°F)
Dehydrate food, flowers, vegetables.
PROOFING
PROOFING to be used with temperature
selector set at 150°F (corresponding to an
internal oven setup fixed temperature of
For best results, place dough in bowl
and cover with a clean towel.
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100°F).
Use any shelf level.
WARMING
WARMING
WARMING
WARMING-Level 1 to be used with
temperature selector set at 200°F
(corresponding to an internal oven setup fixed
temperature of 140°F)
WARMING-Level 2 to be used with
temperature selector set at 250°F
(corresponding to an internal oven setup fixed
temperature of 170°F)
WARMING-Level 3 to be used with
temperature selector set at 300°F
(corresponding to an internal oven setup fixed
temperature of 220°F)
CLEAN to be used with temperature selector
set at CLEAN for automatic self-cleaning cycle
(see proper chapter “SELF CLEANING THE
OVEN”)
TIPS FOR BEST RESULTS - BAKING
CHECK PACKAGE DIRECTIONS
FOOD
PAN SIZE
TEMPERATURE
Cookies
Layer Cakes
Sheet Cakes
Bunt Cakes
Brownies, Bar Cookies
Biscuits
Quick Bread
Muffins
Fruit Pies
Fruit Cobblers
Yeast Bread
Dinner Rolls
Cinnamon Rolls
Yeast Cake
12”x15” Cookie Sheet
8”or 9”Round
9”x13” Pan
12 Cup
9"x9" Pan
12"x15" Cookie Sheet
8"x4" Loaf Pan
12 cup Muffin Pan
9" Diameter
9"x9" Pan
8"x4" Loaf Pan
9"x13" Pan
9"x13" Pan
12"x15" Cookie Sheet
370°
350°
350°
320°
320°
420°
350°
420°
420°
400°
370°
400°
370
400°
COOKING TIME
(minutes)
8 to 12
25 to 35
30 to 40
60 to 75
20 to 25
10 to 15
55 to 70
14 to 19
35 to 45
25 to 30
25 to 30
12 to 18
25 to 30
20 to 30
TIPS FOR BEST RESULTS - WARMING
FOOD
Beef
Bacon
Biscuits and Muffins (covered)
Casserole (covered)
Fish and Seafood
Deep Fried Foods
Gravy or Cream Sauces (covered)
Lamb and Veal Roasts
Pancakes and Waffles (covered)
Potatoes Baked
Mashed (covered)
Pies and Pastries
Pizza (covered)
Pork
Poultry (covered)
Vegetables (covered)
TEMPERATURE
150°F (70°C)
200° -225°F (90 - 110°C)
175°-200°F (80 – 90°C)
175°-200°F (80 – 90°C)
175°-200°F (80 – 90°C)
200° -225°F (90 - 110°C)
175°F (80°C)
175°-200°F (80 – 90°C)
200° -225°F (90 - 110°C)
200°F (110°C)
175°F (80°C)
175°F (80°C)
225°F (110°C)
175°-200°F (80 – 90°C)
175°-200°F (80 – 90°C)
175°F (80°C)
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LEVEL
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
2..5
TIPS FOR BEST RESULTS - DEHYDRATE
FOOD
PREPARATION
APPROXIMATE TIME
(hrs)
DONE WHEN…
Apples
Cut in ¼” slices and dip
in 1/4 cup lemon juice +
2 cups water solution
11-15
Slightly pliable
Bananas
Cut in ¼” slices and dip
in 1/4 cup lemon juice +
2 cups water solution
10-15
Soft, pliable
Cherries
Wash and towel dry.
Remove pits
10-15
Pliable, leathery, chewy
Orange peels and
slices
Peel and cut in 1/4"
slices
Pineapple rings
Towel dry
Strawberries
Wash and towel dry. Cut
in 1/2" slices. Place skin
(outside) down on rack
12-17
Red peppers
Wash and towel dry.
Remove stems, chop
coarsely about 1" pieces
16-20
Leathery with no moisture inside
Mushrooms
Wash and towel dry. Cut
off stem end. Cut into
1/8" slices
7-12
Tough and leathery, dry
Tomatoes
Wash, drain well.and
towel dry. Cut in 1/8"
slices.
16-23
Dry, brick red colour
Oregano, sage,
parsley, thyme,
fennel
Rinse and dry with
paper towel
3-5
Crisp and brittle
Basil
Use basil leaves 3 to 4
inches from top. Spray
with water, shake off
moisture and pat dry
3-5
Crisp and brittle
Peels:2-4
Slices: 12-16
Canned: 9-13
Fresh: 8-12
Orange peel: dry and brittle.
Orange slices: skins are dry and
brittle, fruit is slightly
Soft and pliable
Dry, brittle
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SELF-CLEANING CYCLE
The self-cleaning mode of your new range features a pyrolytic self-cleaning cycle.
When set to the CLEAN mode, the oven reaches a high temperature that burns off
all food residues from the inside of the oven.
It is common to see smoke and/or flames during the clean cycle, depending on the
content and amount of greasy residues in the oven. If the flame persists, turn off
the oven and allow it to cool before opening the door and wipe off the excessive
residues.
At the end of the CLEAN cycle, some grey ash or burned residue may remain
inside the oven. This is a mineral deposit that does not burn or melt. The amount of
ash depends on how heavily soiled the oven was before it was cleaned. It is easily
removed, when the oven is cold, using a damp paper towel, sponge, or cloth.
Wipe off any smoke residue that remains on the front frame with a cleaning product
suitable for oven cavity cleaning. If stains remain, use a mild liquid cleaner. The
amount of smoke stain is directly related to the amount of food residues in the oven
cavity before the start of the self-cleaning cycle.
DESCRIPTION
In the self-cleaning cycle, the oven cavity is heated to very high temperatures to
burn off any residue on the oven interior. After the cleaning cycle, any burnt off
residue is transformed to ash and can be easily wiped out with a damp sponge.
Spilled fruit juices may permanently discolour surfaces. This discoloration is
permanent but will not affect the efficiency of the enamel.
If the oven is not cleaned regularly, debris may become extremely difficult to remove
even with the CLEAN function.
PREPARE
Before starting the CLEAN function:
‐ Remove large pieces of debris and grease deposits from the interior of the oven
cavity. Debris and grease can ignite at high temperatures.
‐ Remove all accessories from the oven. The high temperature reached during the
cycle will damage the accessories.
DOOR LOCK
When the CLEAN cycle starts, the automatic door lock cycle begins. Check the door
to confirm that it is locked. You can stop the self-cleaning cycle by turning the
function selector to the OFF position. The CLEANING light will turn off only after the
oven has cooled below 500°F and the automatic door lock has completed its cycle to
the open position.
NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT THE OVEN DOOR IS LOCKED AT THE BEGINNING
OF THE SELF-CLEANING CYCLE.
START
1.
Check that the oven cavity is completely empty and the oven door correctly
closed.
2.
Select CLEAN fu on oven function selector.
3.
Set temperature selector to CLEAN.
After these 3 steps the cooling fans will activate, the oven door will lock
automatically after 60 seconds and both the pre-heating and clean light indicators
will turn on.
As soon as clean light turns on check to ensure that the oven door is correctly
locked.
The self-cleaning cycle lasts approximately 2-2 ¼ hours; 30-40 minutes for preheating the oven (pre-heating and clean light both on), 60 minutes for actual
cleaning (heating and clean light both on), 30-35 minutes for cool-down (only clean
light on).
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When the CLEAN light is turned off the oven door is unlocked. This will happen
when the oven temperature drops below 460-500°F about.
At the end of the cycle turn both the oven mode selectors and the temperature to t
he OFF position.
CAUTION
The interior of the oven will still be at high temperature when the automatic lock is
released – USE MAXIMUM CAUTION TO AVOID BURNS.
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CLEANING THE OVEN
FRONT
Clean spills from the front of the appliance immediately. Spills may cause
discoloration of the glass and steel surfaces.
Clean the front of the appliance with a clean sponge or cloth, liquid dish soap and
warm water. Alternatively, use a clean, damp microfiber cloth and then dry with a
soft cloth.
All surfaces are vulnerable to scratching. Scratches can lead to shattering of the
glass surface.
All surfaces can become discoloured or changed if they come into contact with
unsuitable cleaning agents.
In PRO model the display is protected with a transparent glass which is very
delicate. Avoid contact with cleaning agents. Do not rub the surface. Swipe
delicately with a mild cleaning agent and dry with a clean cloth.
INTERIOR
Caution: Danger of burns! Allows the oven to cool before cleaning.
Clean the oven surface with a solution of hot water, liquid dish soap and a sponge or
soft nylon brush.
Do not use abrasive cleaning agents, hard brushes, metal scouring pads, steel wool,
knives or other abrasive materials.
Avoid cleaning the gasket around the interior (sealing the door glass pane). It is
made from glass fiber and will get damaged if rubbed or scrubbed.
Do not use oven spray on any part of this oven.
Tips
The porcelain enamel finish of the cavity is acid resistant, but not acid proof. Acidic
food, such as citrus juices, tomatoes, rhubarb, vinegar, alcohol or milk, should be
wiped off and not allowed to bake onto the porcelain during the next use.
Remove the oven racks when cleaning the interior of the oven.
The heating elements in the oven do not require cleaning; the elements burn
themselves clean when the oven is in use. Elements are permanently connected. It
is not necessary to clean the broiler shield above the broil element.
To avoid surface damage from cleaning, do not use any of the following:
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ACCESSORIES
cleaning products that contain washing soda, ammonia, acids, or chlorine
lime removers
scouring cleansers, e.g., scouring powder, scouring liquid, pumice stones
solvent-based cleansers
stainless steel cleaners
dishwasher detergents
oven sprays
glass cleaners
scouring sponges or brushes, such as pot scrubbers
sharp metal scrapers
Wash with soapy water and a sponge. Rinse under running water.
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REPLACING THE OVEN LIGHTS
WARNING!
Disconnect power before servicing unit.
To replace the oven light bulb, remove the protection cap. It is not necessary to
remove the rack supports.
NOTE: Touching the bulb with fingers may cause the bulb to burn out. Always use
protective gloves or use a cloth to remove the bulb.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
OVEN PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND/OR REMEDY
Oven does not function
Range is not connected to electrical power. Ask a professional to
check power circuit breaker, wiring and fuses.
Self-clean cycle does not activate Door is not shut tight and door latch cannot lock
Door does not open
Oven is still in self-clean mode. Door latch will release when safe
temperature is reached.
Oven light does not work
Light bulb is burned out.
Oven is not connected to power.
Clean cycle is on.
Oven door is locked and will not
release after cooling
Turn the oven off at the circuit breaker and wait 5 minutes. Turn
breaker back on. The oven should reset itself and will be operable.
Check the circuit breaker or fuse box to your house.
Oven is not heating
Make sure there is proper electrical power to the oven.
Make sure the oven temperature has been selected.
Oven light is not working properly Replace or reinsert the light bulb if loose or defective.
Oven light stays on
Check for obstruction in oven door. Check to see if hinge is bent.
Cannot remove light cover
There may be debris/spillage around the lens cover. Wipe lens cover
area with a clean dry towel prior to attempting to remove the lens
cover.
Broil does not work
Temperature control knob is rotated too far past broil position
(500°F); PRE-HEATING indicator will light intermittently
PRE-HEATING indicator lights up This is a FAULT alarm indicating the failure of the cooling fan/s. Try
intermittently and sound alarm on resetting by turning both selectors to the OFF position. If the error is
not repaired, call a qualified technician for diagnosis and repair. If not
repaired, this error indicator will appear again within 10 seconds once
the oven is activated in any functions for which cooling fans are
required to operate, preventing the use of the oven. Set both
selectors to OFF position and call a qualified technician for repair.
HEATING indicator light turned
on intermittently and with sound
alarm on
This is a FAULT indicating failure of the oven sensor temperature
probe; in this case cooling fans will start automatically. To reset,
switch both selector to the OFF position. To stop buzzer and light
indicator, disconnect the appliance from the main electrical supply
and call a qualified technician for repair.
CLEAN indicator light on
Electrical power failure happening during cleaning cycle operation;
intermittently and sound alarm on cleaning cycle interrupted; cooling fans remains both activated; the
error will be reset by putting two selectors in OFF position; repeat
cleaning cycle if needed after 3-4 hours.
CLEAN indicator light turned on
intermittently, sound alarm off
Interruption/Stop of an incomplete cleaning cycle due to a intentional
or accidental displacement of one of the two oven selectors from
CLEAN position during cleaning cycle operation; put both selectors in
OFF position, wait that door latch unlocks the door when oven
temperature is dropped below 500°F(260°C) and then re-select a
desired oven function.
PRE-HEATING indicator light on
intermittently, sound alarm on
Wrong temperature knob selection in oven functions BROILER or
CONVECTION BROILER (temperature knob positioned not at 500°F
position, over Tmax or under 450°F position); select OFF position
and then 500°F on temperature selector;
Or
Wrong temperature knob selection for oven functions BAKE,
CONVECTION BAKE; TURBO, CONVECTION (temperature knob
positioned over Tmax=500°F position); select OFF position and then
the desired temperature under Tmax position on temperature
selector.
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