Combi 4010 Operating instructions

Combi 4010 Operating instructions
Operating instructions
Microwave combination oven
H 4010 BM, H 4020 BM
To avoid the risk of accidents or
damage to the appliance it is
essential to read these operating instructions
before it is installed or used for the first time.
G
M.-Nr. 06 230 140
Contents
Description of the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Warning and Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Caring for the environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Before using for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Set the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Cleaning and heating up for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Operating modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Microwave function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Traditional oven functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Combination programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Suitable containers for microwave ovens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Material and shape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Testing dishes for their suitability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
A cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Selecting an oven function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Temperature selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
-, V and + buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Triangle V in the display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Setting the time of day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Setting the minute minder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
To set the minute minder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
To cancel the time set for the minute minder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Programming cooking duration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Switching the cooking programme off automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Switching the oven on and off automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
End of cooking duration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
To check and change an entered value . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
To cancel programmed cooking durations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Microwave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Combination programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Microwave + Fan plus hY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Microwave + Grill h n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
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Contents
Altering the time of day display and audible tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Time of day display (P I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Audible tone (P 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Defrosting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Chart for defrosting food. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Reheating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Chart for reheating food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Cooking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Microwave h. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Fan plus Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Combination programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Cooking chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Chart for cooking, browning and crisping food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Defrosting and Reheating / Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Microwave h. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Combination programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Grilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Chart for grilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Fan plus Y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Combination programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Tips on baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Baking chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Cleaning and care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
E-cloth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Problem solving guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
After sales service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Electrical connection IRL, U.K., ZA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
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Description of the appliance
Control panel
Oven interior
a Function selector
e Grill element
b Timer
f Oven interior lighting
c Temperature selector
g Three shelf levels
d Temperature indicator light
h Oven door
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Description of the appliance
Accessories supplied
Glass tray
The glass tray is suitable for use with all
cooking functions.
Combi rack for use with the glass
tray
The combi rack must always be used
with the glass tray.
It can be used either way up to vary the
height between it and the grill element
and thus suit the cooking function and
type of food being cooked.
The combi rack is designed to be
compatible with microwaves.
However, it must not be placed
directly on the stainless steel floor of
the oven, as this could cause arcing
to occur.
Boiling rod
When heating liquids, the boiling rod
provided should always be placed into
the container. It helps liquids to heat
evenly.
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Warning and Safety instructions
This appliance complies with all
relevant legal safety requirements.
Improper use can present a risk of
both personal injury and material
damage.
To avoid the risk of accidents and
damage to the appliance please
read these operating instructions
carefully before installation and
before using it for the first time. They
contain important notes on
installation, safety, operation and
care of the appliance.
Keep these operating instructions in
a safe place and pass them on to
any future user.
Correct use
The appliance is intended for
domestic use only: to cook food,
and in particular to defrost, reheat,
cook, bake, and to grill. Any other
usage is not supported by the
manufacturer and could be dangerous.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable
for damage caused by incorrect or
improper use of the appliance.
Never use the appliance to store or
dry items which could ignite easily.
Moisture evaporates. Fire hazard.
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This appliance is not a toy! To
avoid the risk of injury, do not allow
children to play on or near it or to play
with the controls. Supervise its use by
older children, the elderly or infirm.
If allowing older children to use the
appliance without supervision, please
ensure that they are aware of how the
oven works and understand the
dangers of improper use.
Technical safety
If the connection cable is
damaged, the new cable must be
fitted by a Miele approved service
technician.
Do not use the microwave function
of the appliance if
- the door is warped,
- the door hinges are loose,
- holes or cracks are visible in the
casing, the door, the door seal or the
oven interior walls.
Operating the appliance with this type
of damage will result in microwave
leakage and present a hazard to the
user.
Never open the casing of the
appliance.
Tampering with electrical connections
or components and mechanical parts is
highly dangerous and can cause
operational faults or electric shock.
Warning and Safety instructions
Before connecting the appliance to
the mains supply make sure that
the rating on the data plate
corresponds to the voltage and
frequency of the household supply. This
data must correspond in order to avoid
risk of damage to the appliance.
Consult a qualified electrician if in any
doubt.
Do not connect the appliance to
the mains electricity supply by an
extension lead.
Extension leads do not guarantee the
required safety of the appliance (e.g.
danger of overheating).
The electrical safety of this
appliance can only be guaranteed
when continuity is complete between
the appliance and an effective earthing
system which complies with local and
national safety regulations. It is most
important that this basic safety
requirement is present and regularly
tested, and where there is any doubt,
the household wiring system should be
inspected by a qualified electrician.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable
for the consequences of an inadequate
earthing system (e.g. electric shock).
The appliance must be built in
before operation to ensure that no
electrical components are accessible.
Installation work and repairs may
only be carried out by suitably
qualified and competent persons in
accordance with local and national
safety regulations. Repairs and other
work by unqualified persons could be
dangerous and the manufacturer will
not be held liable.
Ensure current is not supplied to the
appliance until after maintenance or
repair work has been carried out.
This equipment may only be
installed in mobile installations
such as ships, caravans, aircraft etc. if
a risk assessment of the installation has
been carried out by a suitably qualified
engineer.
The appliance is only completely
isolated from the electricity supply
when:
– the mains fuse is withdrawn,
– or the screw-out fuse is removed (in
countries where this is applicable),
– or it has been switched off at the
isolator switch or at the wall socket
and the plug has been withdrawn.
Use
General notes
Always ensure that food is
sufficiently cooked or reheated.
Many factors will affect the overall
cooking time, including the size and
amount of food, its initial temperature,
changes to recipe and the shape and
size of cooking container.
Some foods may contain
micro-organisms which are only
destroyed by thorough cooking,
therefore when cooking or re-heating
foods, e.g. poultry it is particularly
important that food is fully cooked
through (at temperatures of over 70°C
for more than 10 minutes). If in doubt,
select a longer cooking or reheating
time.
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Warning and Safety instructions
It is important that the heat is allowed to
spread evenly throughout the food
being cooked.
This can be achieved by stirring and/or
turning the food, and by observing a
sufficiently long standing time, which
should be added to the time needed for
cooking, reheating or defrosting.
Always remember that cooking,
reheating and defrosting times
using microwave power are usually
considerably shorter than with
traditional methods of food preparation
(Fan plus, Grill). Excessively long
cooking times can lead to food drying
out and burning, or could even cause it
to catch fire. Do not use the microwave
function to dry breadcrumbs, flowers,
herbs, grain etc. Use the Fan plus
function for this type of procedure and
do not leave the oven unattended.
Do not use the microwave function
to heat up cushions or pads filled
with cherry kernels, wheat grain,
lavender or gel, such as those used in
aromatherapy. These pads can ignite
when heated even after they have been
removed from the appliance.
Exercise caution when cooking or
reheating food with a high sugar
content, e.g. Christmas pudding. If
heated for too long the sugar may
caramelise or ignite.
Do not use full power to warm
empty dishes. The lack of food or
incorrect loading could cause damage
to the appliance.
Do not leave the oven unattended
when cooking with oils and fats as
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these can be a fire hazard if allowed to
overheat.
If smoke occurs in the oven, to
avoid fuelling any flame do not
open the oven door. Turn the function
selector to "0", or switch off at the mains
and remove the plug from the socket.
Do not open the oven door until the
smoke has dispersed.
Never heat undiluted alcohol in the
oven as this can easily ignite.
Do not heat up tins in the
appliance. Pressure can build up
and they may explode, resulting in
injury or damage.
Cover any food which is left in the
oven to be kept hot, as moisture in
the food could lead to corrosion
damage in the oven. This also prevents
the food from drying out.
Try to avoid the interior walls being
splashed with food or liquids
containing salt. If it does happen wipe
these away thoroughly, to avoid
corrosion on stainless steel surfaces.
The glass tray and the combi rack
take a maximum load of 8 kg.
Exceeding this weight limit can cause
them damage.
Do not lean or sit on an open oven
door, or place heavy items on it.
This could damage the appliance. The
oven door can support a maximum load
of 8 kg.
Warning and Safety instructions
Never place the hot glass tray (or
any other hot cooking containers)
on a cold surface, such as a tiled or
granite worktop.
The glass tray or container could crack
or shatter and the worktop surface
could get damaged. Place it on a
suitable pot rest or a wire rack.
Do not use a steam-cleaning
appliance to clean this appliance.
Pressurised steam could reach the
electrical components and cause a
short circuit.
Do not use the appliance to heat
up the room. Due to the high
temperatures radiated, objects left near
the appliance could catch fire.
Always stir or shake baby milk and food
after heating it up, and taste it first to
make sure it is not too hot.
Never cook or reheat food or
liquids in sealed containers, jars or
bottles.
With baby bottles, the screw top and
teat must be removed. Otherwise
pressure builds up which can cause
the bottle or container to explode
posing a severe risk of injury.
When heating liquids, the boiling
rod provided should always be
placed into the container.
When using kitchen appliances
connected to sockets near the
appliance, ensure that the cable cannot
get trapped in a hot oven door, which
could melt the cable insulation and be
dangerous.
Microwave function
Before serving, remember to allow
a sufficient standing time and then
always check the temperature of the
food after taking it out of the oven. The
temperature of the container is not an
indication of the temperature of the
food or liquid in it. When heating food
and drink, remember that the heat is
created in the food itself and that the
container will normally be cooler. The
dish is only warmed by the heat of the
food.
This is paricularly important when
preparing food for babies, children,
and the elderly or infirm.
When heating liquids, milk, sauces etc.,
using microwave heat without the
boiling rod, the boiling point of the
liquid may be reached without the
production of typical bubbles. The
liquid does not boil evenly throughout.
This so-called "boiling delay" can cause
a sudden build up of bubbles when the
container is removed from the oven or
shaken.
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Warning and Safety instructions
This can lead to the liquid boiling over
suddenly and explosively. Danger of
burning.
The formation of bubbles can be so
strong that the pressure forces the oven
door open. The user could be injured
and the appliance damaged.
The boiling rod ensures that the liquid
boils evenly and that bubbles form at
an early stage during the operation.
Do not use any containers or
cutlery made from or containing
metal, aluminium foil, lead crystal
glassware, temperature-sensitive
plastics, wooden utensils or cutlery,
metal clips or wire ties. Do not use
bowls with milled rims, or cream pots
with the tinfoil lid only partially removed.
Such items could be damaged or
cause a fire hazard.
The combi rack supplied with the
appliance must be used with the
glass tray. It is designed to be
compatible with microwaves and can
therefore be used with the microwave
function. Do not place it on the oven
floor.
N.B. It gets hot when using the
microwave function. Danger of burning.
Do not leave the oven unattended
when reheating or cooking food in
disposable containers made of plastic,
paper or other inflammable materials.
Before using single use containers
make sure they are suitable for use in
microwave ovens. See appropriate
section.
Eggs can only be cooked in their
shells using microwave heat in a
specially designed egg-boiling device
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available from specialist shops.
Similarly, hard-boiled eggs should not
be reheated using microwave heat as
this may lead to the eggs exploding,
even after they have been taken out of
the oven.
Eggs can be cooked without their
shells using microwave heat only if
the yolk membrane has been
punctured several times first.
The pressure could otherwise cause
the egg yolk to explode.
Danger of injury.
Do not reheat food in the oven in
heat-retaining bags which are
intended for use in normal ovens.
These heat-retaining bags usually
contain a thin layer of aluminium foil
which reflects microwaves. This
reflected energy can, in turn, cause the
outer paper covering to become so hot
that it ignites.
Food with a thick skin or peel, such
as tomatoes, sausages, jacket
potatoes and aubergines, should be
pierced or cut in several places to allow
steam to escape and prevent the food
from bursting.
Ovenproof earthenware can retain
a considerable amount of moisture.
Earthenware and porcelain containers
with hollow handles and lid knobs must
only be used with the microwave
function if they have vent holes, which
allow the moisture to escape. Without
vent holes there can be a pressure
build-up, causing the container to crack
or shatter, with the danger of injury.
Warning and Safety instructions
To check food temperature, first
interrupt the cooking process.
Then use a thermometer specifically
approved for food use to measure the
temperature of the food. Never use a
thermometer containing mercury or
liquid, as these are not suitable for use
with very high temperatures and will
break very easily.
Traditional oven functions: Fan plus,
Grill
Caution. Danger of burning.
When the oven is being used as a
traditional oven it can get very hot.
Great care should be taken to
ensure that small children do not
touch the oven when it is being used.
External parts of the oven such as the
door glass, vents, handle and fascia
panel can become quite hot. Danger of
burning!
damage which may be caused by
cockroaches or other vermin will not be
covered by the guarantee.
Disposal of your old appliance
Before disposing of your old
appliance, first make it unusable.
Cut off the cable and render any plug
unusable. Appliances which have been
built-in should be disconnected from
the mains supply by a qualified person.
This will prevent the appliance from
being misused.
The manufacturer cannot be held
liable for damage caused by
non-compliance with these Warning
and Safety instructions.
Wear oven gloves when placing
food in the oven, turning it or
removing it. When the Grill is being
used, either solo or in a combination
programme, the element becomes very
hot and there is a danger of burning.
Wait until the grill element has
cooled down before lowering it for
cleaning. Danger of burning! Do not
use force to lower it as this can cause it
to break.
In countries where there are areas
which may be subject to infestation
by cockroaches or other vermin, pay
particular attention to keeping the
appliance and its surroundings in a
clean condition at all times. Any
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Caring for the environment
Disposal of the packing
material
The transport and protective packing
has been selected from materials which
are environmentally friendly for disposal
and can normally be recycled.
Ensure that any plastic wrappings,
bags etc. are disposed of safely and
kept out of the reach of babies and
young children. Danger of suffocation.
Rather than just throwing these
materials away, please ensure that they
are recycled.
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Disposal of your old appliance
Old appliances contain materials which
can be reclaimed or recycled. Please
contact your dealer, your local waste
collection centre or scrap merchant
about potential recycling schemes.
Ensure that the appliance presents no
danger to children while being stored
for disposal. See the appropriate
section in the Warning and Safety
instructions.
Before using for the first time
Set the clock
To enter the time of day the function
selector must be at "0".
Cleaning and heating up for
the first time
^ Wipe out the oven interior using
warm water and a little washing up
liquid. Dry with a soft cloth.
Do not close the oven door until the
oven interior is dry.
^ Wash the accessories.
In the timer display:
New appliances have a slight smell on
first use. To dissipate this smell, run the
oven for at least 1 hour with nothing in
it.
– the clock symbol m will light up,
^ Select Fan plus Y.
– and 12:00 and the triangle V will
flash underneath the m symbol.
The cooling fan starts and the oven
interior lighting comes on.
^ Connect the appliance to the
electricity supply.
^ Set the highest temperature with the
temperature selector.
m
V
^ Use the + or - button to enter the hour
first of all.
^ Press the V button.
This confirms the hour and the minutes
will then start to flash.
^ Now use the + or - button to enter the
minutes.
^ Press the V button.
The temperature selector must only
be turned in a clockwise direction as
far as it will go, and then back again.
Do not force it right round in a
clockwise direction as this would
damage the selector.
The indicator light on the control panel
will light up whilst the oven is heating
up.
The timer can be used to set the finish
time (see "Switching off automatically").
Please ensure the room is well
ventilated during this operation.
When the time has been entered, the
clock advances minute by minute.
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Operating modes
Microwave function
Microwave cooking offers the benefits
of speed, convenience and nutritional
advantages when food does not require
browning or crisping.
How does the microwave oven
function?
In a microwave oven there is a
high-frequency tube called a
magnetron. This converts electrical
energy into microwaves. These
microwaves are distributed evenly
throughout the oven interior and
rebound off the metal sides of the oven
interior to reach the food from all sides.
In order for microwaves to reach the
food, they must be able to penetrate
the cooking utensil being used.
Microwaves can penetrate porcelain,
glass, cardboard and plastics but not
metal. Do not, therefore, use utensils
made of metal, or which contain metal,
for example in the form of gold or silver
trim. The metal reflects the microwaves
and this could lead to the creation of
sparks. The microwaves cannot be
absorbed.
Microwaves pass through a suitable
container and find their way directly into
the food.
All food contains moisture molecules
which, when subjected to microwave
energy, start to oscillate 2.5 thousand
million times a second. The friction
caused by this vibration creates heat,
which first starts developing around the
outside of the food and then slowly
penetrates towards the centre. The
moisture, fat and sugar content of food
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will affect the speed at which it is
cooked.
As heat is produced directly in the
food,
– food can generally be cooked
without adding much liquid or
cooking oil
– cooking, reheating and defrosting in
a microwave oven is quicker than
using conventional methods.
– nutrients, such as vitamins and
minerals, are generally retained
– colour, texture and taste of food are
not impaired.
Microwaves stop being produced as
soon as the cooking process is
interrupted or the appliance door is
opened.
When the appliance is in operation, the
closed, sealed door prevents
microwaves escaping from the
appliance.
Operating modes
Traditional oven functions
Combination programmes
This oven offers the following traditional
oven functions:
– Microwave + Fan plus h Y
– Fan plus Y
– Grill n.
These cook and brown the food.
Fan plus Y
This system works by the circulation of
heated air.
A fan in the back wall draws in the air,
heats it over a ring element and blows it
back into the oven cavity through the
carefully spaced openings in the back
panel.
The oven does not usually need to be
pre-heated as the heated air reaches
the food straight away. Pre-heating may
be necessary for foods such as puff
pastry and yeast mixtures where instant
heat is required to make them rise
quickly.
– Microwave + Grill h n
The combination programmes enable
food to be reheated and cooked
quickly with even browning results.
Combining microwave power with Fan
plus ensures that heat reaches food
being roasted or baked very quickly.
This helps reduce cooking durations
and keeps energy consumption to a
minimum.
In general when using the combination
programmes, you should not set the
microwave power level higher than 150
W for baking, and not higher than 300
W for cooking, roasting and grilling.
When using Fan plus, you can bake
and roast on two different levels at the
same time.
Because the fan circulates the heated
air throughout the oven, lower
temperatures can be used than with
Conventional heating.
Grill n
The grill is ready for use when it glows
red a few minutes after being switched
on. Pre-heat with the oven door closed
for approx. 5 minutes before starting to
cook. Grill with the oven door closed.
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Suitable containers for microwave ovens
Microwaves
When using microwave power you
should always place the food / dish
centrally on the glass tray and slide
the tray into the first shelf level from
the bottom. Placing the dish on the
floor of the oven will give
unsatisfactory and uneven results.
Material and shape
– are reflected by metal,
The material and shape of containers
used affect cooking results and times.
Heat distribution is more even in round
and oval shaped flat containers than in
rectangular containers, providing better
results.
Metal
– pass through glass, porcelain,
plastic and card,
Metal containers, aluminium foil and
metal cutlery, or china with metallic
decoration such as gold rims or
cobalt blue must not be used in
microwave mode.
The metal reflects the microwaves,
hindering the cooking process.
– and are absorbed by food.
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Suitable containers for microwave ovens
Exceptions:
Glassware
– If recommended by the producer,
pre-cooked meals in aluminium foil
containers can be defrosted and
reheated in the appliance using
microwave power. Important:
Remove the lid first.
However, as food is only heated from
the top it is better to remove the food
from the aluminium foil container and
transfer it to a dish suitable for a
microwave oven. The heat
distribution will be more even.
Do not place aluminium foil
containers on the metal rack as this
can cause arcing to occur and
damage the oven.
Heat-resistant glass or ceramic glass
are ideal for use in the microwave oven.
– For even defrosting and to avoid
overcooking unevenly shaped cuts of
meat, poultry or fish, small pieces of
aluminium foil may be used to mask
wing-tips or other thin parts for the
last few minutes of the process.
Make sure that the aluminium foil is
at least 2 cm from the oven walls at
all times. It must not touch the walls.
– Metal meat skewers or clamps
should only be used if they are very
small in comparison to the size of the
cut of meat.
Crystal glass contains lead which
could cause the glass to crack.
Glass dishes with a milled rim are
subject to the same risk. Both are
unsuitable.
Porcelain
Porcelain is a suitable material.
Do not use porcelain with gold or
silver edging or items with hollow
knobs or handles, as insufficient
ventilation may cause pressure.
Earthenware
Decorated earthenware is only suitable
if the decoration is beneath an all-over
glaze.
Earthenware can get very hot, and
may crack.
Glazes and colours
Some glazes and colours contain
metals which make them unsuitable
for use in a microwave oven.
The combi rack supplied with the
appliance is suitable for use with
microwave power. However it must not
be placed on the oven floor.
The rack can get hot.
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Suitable containers for microwave ovens
Plastics
Plastics must only be used with
Microwave-Solo. They must be
heat-resistant to a minimum of
110 °C. Otherwise the plastic may
melt and fuse with the food.
Special plastic utensils designed for
use in microwave ovens are available
from good retail outlets. When
purchasing plasticware, make sure that
it is suitable for use in a microwave
oven.
Melamine is not suitable for use in this
oven. Melamine absorbs microwave
energy and gets hot.
There is a danger that they will ignite
when heated.
Wood
Wooden dishes are not suitable.
Moisture contained in the wood
evaporates when exposed to
microwave energy, causing the wood to
dry and crack.
Disposable containers
Only those plastic disposable
containers which are specified by the
manufacturer as suitable for use in a
microwave oven may be used.
Disposable containers, such as trays
made from polystyrene, can only be
used for very short timed warming and
reheating of food.
Do not leave the oven unattended
when reheating or cooking food in
disposable containers made of
plastic, paper or other inflammable
materials.
Plastic boiling bags can be used for
cooking and reheating.
Disposable containers are not always
recyclable or bio-degradable.
They should be pierced beforehand so
that steam can escape. This prevents a
build-up of pressure and reduces the
risk of the bag bursting.
Roasting bags and tubes
Roasting tubes should be about 40 cm
longer and roasting bags about 20 cm
longer than the food being roasted, and
carefully tied with string. Turn the ends
over and secure them. The bag should
be pierced according to the
manufacturer's instructions.
Do not use metal clips, plastic clips
containing metal parts or paper ties
containing wire.
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Suitable containers for microwave ovens
Testing dishes for their
suitability
If in doubt as to whether glass,
earthenware or porcelain plates or
dishes are suitable for use in a
microwave oven, a simple test can be
performed:
^ Place the container centrally on the
glass tray and slide into the lowest
shelf level.
^ Close the door.
A microwave oven process cannot
be started until the door is closed.
^ Turn the function selector to
microwave mode.
W
g
V
h
^ Press the V button to start the
process.
The oven interior light comes on. The
time entered counts down in the display
in seconds.
If a crackling noise is heard
accompanied by sparks during the
test, switch off the appliance immediately. Turn the function selector to
"0".
Any crockery which causes this
reaction is unsuitable for use with
microwave power.
W
V
The display shows the highest power
level (1000 W).
^ Wait for 5 seconds or press the V
button to confirm your choice.
W
The h symbol will flash in the display
to tell you to start the process.
g
V
^ Whilst triangle V is flashing, enter a
duration of 30 seconds using the
using the + button.
At the end of the 30 seconds the
buzzer will sound and the g symbol
will start flashing. Press any button to
cancel the buzzer.
The time of day will reappear in the
display. The oven interior light goes out.
If any doubt exists about the
suitability of containers, please
contact the supplier.
This test cannot be used to check
whether items with hollow knobs or
handles are suitable for use with
microwave power.
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Suitable containers for microwave ovens
A cover
– prevents too much steam escaping,
especially when cooking foods which
need longer to cook, such as
potatoes.
Sealed glass containers, such as
jars of baby food must be opened
before they are placed in the oven.
Do not attempt to heat them up
unopened.
– speeds up the cooking process.
– prevents food from drying out.
– prevents any loss of aroma.
– helps keep the oven interior clean.
Always use lids or covers made of
microwave-safe glass or plastic, or use
a clingfilm recommended for use in a
microwave oven, (pierce as instructed
by the manufacturer).
Do not use a cover if
– food coated with breadcrumbs is
being cooked.
– cooking meals which are to be given
a crisp finish.
– using a combination programme.
The cover supplied may only be
used in microwave-solo operation.
The cover can only withstand
temperatures of up to 110 °C.
Higher temperatures generated by
grilling or fan heat could cause the
plastic to distort and fuse with the
food.
Unsuitable clingfilm can melt into the
food.
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Operation
Controls
Temperature selection
The oven controls consist of an oven
function selector and a temperature
selector.
Selecting an oven function
The function selector can be turned
clockwise or anti-clockwise.
The following settings are available:
– Light H/v
For switching on the oven light
independently.
This position is also be used for
altering the time display and the
buzzer tone.
– Microwave h
– Fan plus Y
– Grill n
– Microwave + Grill h n
– Microwave + Fan plus h Y
The temperature can be freely selected
within the given range using the
temperature selector.
The temperature selector must only
be turned in a clockwise direction as
far as it will go and then back again.
Do not force it right round in a
clockwise direction as this would
damage the selector.
When the temperature selector is
turned to a temperature setting, the
temperature indicator light on the
control panel will light up. It remains on
whilst the oven is heating up.
When the pre-selected temperature is
reached, the heating element switches
itself off. When the temperature falls
below that selected, the heating
element switches on again
automatically.
The grill temperature is set
automatically and cannot be changed.
The position of the temperature selector
is of no relevance during grilling.
The indicator light on the control panel
stays on while the oven is heating up.
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Timer
The timer can:
Display
– show the time of day,
– be used as a minute minder,
– switch the oven off, or on and off
automatically.
Controls
The timer is operated with the V, + and
- buttons and the display.
-, V and + buttons
The V button is used to scroll to the
symbol for the setting you wish to select
or change.
W l m g )
V
The display will vary depending on
which symbol the triangle V is
underneath
– the microwave power level in watts W
– the minute minder time set l
– the time of day m
W
Microwave power level
– the cooking duration g
l
Minute minder
– the end of cooking duration )
m
Time of day
Triangle V in the display
g Cooking duration
) End of cooking duration
You can use the - and + buttons to
decrease or increase times and
microwave power levels or to change
the time of day display and also the
buzzer.
Entries made are shown in the display.
When the V button is pressed, the
symbols for the settings that can be
entered light up in the display.
Press the V button repeatedly until
triangle V is underneath the required
symbol in the display.
When triangle V
– is flashing under a symbol, the
value for that setting can be entered
or changed.
– lit up under a symbol, the value for
that setting will be displayed, but
changes cannot be made to it.
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Timer
Whilst triangle V is flashing, use the
- or + immediately to make any
changes to the setting selected:
– The + button increases the value
shown.
– The - button decreases the value
shown.
Triangle V will flash for approx.
5 seconds.
Settings can only be changed using
the - or + buttons whilst it is flashing.
If this period has elapsed, you will
need to call up the required symbol
again by pressing the V button.
Each press on the - or + button alters
the time for the microwave programmes
in one-second steps, and the time for
all other functions in one-minute steps.
Holding the button pressed in for
longer, speeds up the change in the
display.
Setting the time of day
When the appliance is first
connected to the power supply, or
after a power cut, "I2:00" will flash in
the display.
The time of day can only be entered
if the function selector is at "0".
^ Turn the function selector to "0".
l m
V
^ Press the V button repeatedly until
triangle V is underneath the m
symbol.
^ Whilst triangle V is flashing, use the
- or + button to enter the hour and
confirm by pressing the V button.
The minutes and triangle V will flash.
^ Now enter the minutes with the - or +
button and confirm by pressing the
V button.
As soon as the m symbol goes out, the
time set is saved.
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Timer
Setting the minute minder
The minute minder can be used to time
any activity in the kitchen, e.g. boiling
eggs.
You can enter a time up to a maximum
of 12 hours.
You can set the minute minder at the
same time as another timed
programmed, e.g. as a reminder to stir
a dish or add seasoning etc.
To set the minute minder
l m
V
^ Call up the l symbol (minute
minder) with the V button.
"0:00" appears in the display.
^ Whilst triangle V is flashing, use the
+ button to enter the required time in
hours:minutes.
The time entered counts down in
minutes until the last minute which
counts down in seconds.
The l symbol continues to be visible
as a reminder that the minute minder is
being used.
The minute minder time will be visible
counting down in the display, as long
as triangle V is underneath the l
symbol.
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At the end of the time set for the
minute minder
– the l symbol flashes for approx. 1
minute.
– a buzzer sounds five times, if it is
switched on (see "Altering the time of
day display and buzzer").
To cancel the time set for the
minute minder
^ Call up the l symbol with the V
button.
Triangle V must be flashing
underneath the symbol.
^ Use the - button to set the minute
minder time to "0:00".
Timer
Programming a cooking
duration
Switching the cooking programme
off automatically
The timer can be used to switch the
appliance off or on and off
automatically.
When you enter a cooking duration, the
oven will switch off automatically after
the duration entered has elapsed.
It is a good idea to set the oven to
switch on and off automatically for
reheating meals and for roasting.
To do this:
When baking, the oven should not be
set to start a long time off. Otherwise
batter or dough will dry out and raising
agents will lose their effectiveness.
^ Place the food in the oven.
^ Set the function and the temperature
or microwave power level as
appropriate.
The oven light will come on and the
oven will heat up.
A maximum cooking duration of 12
hours can be set for the Fan plus and
Grill functions.
For combination programmes with
microwave mode, a maximum duration
of 2 hours can be set.
For microwave solo, a maximum
duration of 59:59 minutes can be set,
with the exception of microwave power
level 850 W (30 minutes) and 1000 W
(10 minutes).
l m g )
V
^ Call up the g symbol (cooking
duration) with the V button.
"0:00" appears in the display.
^ Whilst triangle V is flashing, use the
+ button to enter the required
duration in hours:minutes.
If no other symbol is selected, the
cooking duration will be visible
counting down in the display.
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Timer
Switching the oven on and off
automatically
To use the automatic switch-on and
switch-off functions on the oven, both
the cooking duration and the end time
must be entered.
For example:
The current time of day is 10:45. You
wish a roast with a cooking duration of
1 h 30 min to be ready at 13:30.
^ Place the food in the oven.
^ Set the function and the temperature
or microwave power level as
appropriate.
Then set the end time:
l m g )
V
^ Call up the ) symbol with the V
button.
The time of day plus the cooking
duration entered appear in the display
(10:45 + 1:30 = 12:15).
The oven light will come on and the
oven will heat up.
First enter the cooking duration:
l m g )
V
l m g )
V
^ Call up the g symbol (cooking
duration) with the V button.
"0:00" appears in the display.
l m g )
V
^ Whilst triangle V is flashing, use the
+ button to enter the required
duration in hours:minutes (1:30).
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^ Use the + button to change the end
time to 13:30.
As soon as triangle V goes out, the
oven light will go out and the heating
will switch off.
The end time will now show in the
display as long as the triangle is not
moved to underneath another symbol.
As soon as the start time (13:30 - 1:30
= 12:00) is reached, the oven light will
switch on, and the oven will heat up.
Timer
End of cooking duration
To check
At the end of the cooking duration
^ Call up the symbol for the setting to
be checked.
– the oven heating switches off
automatically.
– the cooling fan will continue to run for
a while.
– the ) symbol flashes.
– a buzzer sounds five times, if it is
switched on (see "Altering the time of
day display and buzzer").
^ Turn the function selector and the
temperature selector to "0".
The buzzer stops and the symbol goes
out.
^ Remove the food from the oven.
If the function selector and the
temperature selector are not moved,
the buzzer (if switched on) will sound
every five minutes as a reminder that
the programme has fininshed.
This reminder continues for up to
30 minutes.
To check and change an
entered value
You can check or change values
entered for a cooking programme at
any time by calling up the relevant
symbol.
W
The microwave power level will show in
the display.
l
The minute minder time remaining will
show in the display.
m
The time of day will show in the display.
g
The display shows the cooking duration
set or the duration remaining if the
programme has started.
)
The programme end time is displayed.
To change
^ Call up the symbol for the setting to
be changed.
^ Use the + or - button to change the
setting.
To cancel programmed
cooking durations
^ Turn the function selector to "0".
If there is a power cut, all data entered
will be deleted.
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Microwave
When using microwave power you
should always place the food / dish
centrally on the glass tray and slide
the tray into the first shelf level from
the bottom.
Placing the dish on the floor of the
oven will give unsatisfactory and
uneven results, as no microwaves
will reach the food from below.
The following power levels can be
selected:
80 W, 150 W, 300 W, 450 W, 600 W,
850 W and 1000 W.
^ Turn the function selector to
Microwave h.
W
V
The display shows a suggested power
level of 1000 W.
^ Whilst triangle V is flashing, use the
- button to alter the setting if you
wish to select a lower power level.
After 5 seconds or if the V button is
pressed, the following will show in the
display.
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g
V
^ Whilst triangle V is flashing, use the
+ button to enter the required
duration in minutes:seconds
(e.g. 1 minute 30 seconds).
The h symbol will flash in the display
to tell you to start the process.
W
g
V
h
^ Press the V button to start the
process.
If no other symbol is selected, the
cooking duration will be visible
counting down in the display.
At the end of the cooking duration, a
buzzer will sound and the g symbol
will flash. Press any button to switch the
buzzer off early.
The time of day will reappear in the
display. The oven light goes out.
If you wait for longer than a few
seconds before starting the process,
the ) symbol will appear in the
display and you can then set the
cooking duration end time.
Combination programmes
Microwave mode can be combined
with either Fan plus or Grill.
Before starting a combination
programme you must first select the
microwave power level and the time for
the process.
Microwave + Fan plus hY
^ Turn the function selector to
Microwave + Fan plus h Y
The display shows a suggested power
level of 300 W.
W
g
V
h
You can enter a duration of up to a
maximum of 2 hours.
With a power level of 450 W, a
maximum of 60 minutes can be
entered.
The h symbol will flash in the display
to tell you to start the process.
^ Before starting the process, use the
temperature selector to choose a
temperature for the Fan plus function.
W
V
If this power level is not suitable, alter it
using the - or + button.
The following power levels can be
selected: 80 W, 150 W, 300 W, 450 W.
^ To enter the duration press the V
button or wait for approx. 5 seconds
until the display changes by itself.
The temperature selector must only
be turned in a clockwise direction as
far as it will go, and then back again.
Do not force it right round in a
clockwise direction as this would
damage the selector.
^ Press the V button to start the
process.
If no other symbol is selected, the
cooking duration will be visible
counting down in the display.
W
g
V
^ Use the + button to enter the required
duration in hours:minutes (e.g. 1 hour
30 minutes).
If you wait for longer than a few
seconds before starting the process,
the ) symbol will appear in the
display and you can then set the
cooking duration end time.
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Combination programmes
Microwave + Grill h n
^ Turn the function selector to
Microwave + Grill h n.
^ Use the + button to enter the required
duration in hours:minutes (e.g. 1 hour
30 minutes).
The display shows a suggested power
level of 300 W.
W
W
V
g
V
h
You can enter a duration of up to a
maximum of 2 hours.
If this power level is not suitable, alter it
using the - or + button.
The following power levels can be
selected: 80 W, 150 W, 300 W, 450 W.
^ To enter the duration press the V
button or wait for approx. 5 seconds
until the display changes by itself.
With a power level of 450 W, a
maximum of 60 minutes can be
entered.
The grill temperature cannot be
changed.
The h symbol will flash in the display
to tell you to start the process.
^ Press the V button to start the
process.
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g
V
If no other symbol is selected, the
cooking duration will be visible
counting down in the display.
If you wait for longer than a few
seconds before starting the process,
the ) symbol will appear in the
display and you can then set the
cooking duration end time.
Altering the time of day display and buzzer
You can alter the time of day display
(Programme 1) and the buzzer
(Programme 2).
The altered settings are retained
after a power cut.
Time of day display (P I)
"P I" will appear in the display.
^ Press the V button.
The time of day display can be
switched on or off.
When the time of day display is
switched off and the function selector is
turned to the "0" position, the display
remains dark. The time of day
continues to run in the background.
It reappears when the function selector
is turned to one of the functions.
To alter the setting:
^ Turn the function selector to the "Light
H / v" position and press the V
button.
The following appears in the display:
– "S 0", if the time of day display is
switched off.
– "S I", if the time of day display is
switched on.
^ Use the + or - button to switch
between "I" and "0".
^ Press the V button.
This confirms your entry.
Depending on the setting selected, the
time of day will either show in the
display or the display will remain dark
when the function selector is turned to
"0".
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Altering the time of day display and buzzer
Buzzer (P 2)
There is a choice of 3 different tones or
alternatively, the buzzer can be
switched off.
^ Use the + or - button to scroll from "0"
to "3"
The corresponding buzzer will sound
as you do so.
To alter the setting:
^ Press the V button.
^ Turn the function selector to the "Light
H / v" position and press the V
button.
This confirms your entry.
"P I" will appear in the display.
^ Press the + or - button.
"P 2" will appear in the display.
^ Press the V button.
The following appears in the display:
– "S 0", if the buzzer is switched off.
– "S I", if the buzzer is switched to the
quiet setting.
– "S 2" if the buzzer is switched to the
medium setting.
– "S 3" if the buzzer is switched to the
loud setting.
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The buzzer will now sound at the
setting selected (or not at all if you have
switched it off) at the end of a cooking
programme or minute minder time.
Defrosting
The microwave function can be used to
defrost food gently and quickly.
The following settings are
recommended as a general guide:
– 80 W
for defrosting very delicate food, e.g.
cream, butter, gateau and cheese.
After defrosting
Allow the food to stand at room
temperature long enough to allow the
temperature to spread evenly
throughout the food.
– 150 W
for defrosting everything else.
See the chart on the next page for
defrosting durations.
^ Remove the food from its packaging
and place it in a microwave-safe
container.
^ Place the container centrally on the
glass tray and slide into the lowest
shelf level.
If defrosting a large quantity, e.g. 2 kg
of fish, you can place the food directly
on the glass tray and then slide it into
the lowest shelf level.
Turn, stir or separate the food about
half-way through the defrosting time.
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Defrosting
Chart for defrosting food
Microwave power
settings
Quantity
150 W
80 W
Standing time at
room temperature *
in mins.
Time in
mins.
Time in
mins.
250 ml
250 g
250 g
500 ml
250 g
14 - 16
10 - 12
13 - 17
8 - 10
6-8
-
10 - 15
5 - 10
10 - 15
10 - 15
10 - 15
1 piece approx. 100 g
300 g
3 pieces approx. 300 g
3 pieces approx. 300 g
1 piece approx. 100 g
3 pieces approx. 300 g
4 pieces
1 roll approx. 50 g
4 rolls approx. 200 g
1 slice
1-2
4-6
6-8
5-7
6-8
1.5 - 2
4-6
0.5
1.5
4 - 4.5
-
5 - 10
5 - 10
10 - 15
5 - 10
5 - 10
5 - 10
5 - 10
5 - 10
5 - 10
3-4
250 g
250 g
500 g
7-8
8-9
12 - 16
-
5 - 10
5 - 10
5 - 10
500 g
1,000 g
16 - 18
34 - 36
-
5 - 10
10 - 15
250 g
250 g
500 g
500 g
300 g
8 - 12
8 - 12
13 - 18
15 - 20
12 - 14
-
5 - 10
10 - 15
10 - 15
10 - 15
10 - 15
Dairy products
Cream
Butter
Cheese slices
Milk
Quark / Cream cheese
Cakes / Pastry / Bread
Sponge cake
Sponge cake
Fruit cake
Butter cake
Cream cake
Yeast buns, puff pastries
Bread rolls
Bread rolls
Sliced bread
Fruit
Strawberrries, raspberries
Red / Blackcurrants
Plums
Meat
Minced beef
Chicken
Vegetables
Peas
Asparagus
Beans
Red cabbage
Spinach
* During this time the temperature spreads evenly through the food.
The information given in this chart is intended only as a guide.
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Reheating
The microwave function is particularly
suitable for reheating food.
Select the following microwave power
settings to reheat food
drinks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1000 W
food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 850 W or 600 W
baby food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 450 W
Food for babies and young children
or the elderly must not be allowed to
get too hot. We do not recommend
heating or reheating foods or drinks
for babies or young children in the
microwave oven. Any decision to do
this is the responsibility of the user,
and should only be done with the
utmost care. Pasteurised or
sterilised cooked food should be
gently heated using 450 watts, and
tasted to make sure it is not too hot
for a baby's palate before serving.
When reheating other food or drink,
heat to a high temperature and allow
to cool to a suitable heat for eating.
For formula milk follow the
manufacturer's instructions.
Always use a lid or cover for reheating
food, except when a drier finish is
needed, e.g. breaded poultry/meat.
Always remove the lids from jars,
e.g. jars of baby food.
Remove the rubber teat and screw
cap before warming baby bottles.
When reheating liquids, place the
boiling rod supplied with the
appliance into the cup or glass.
Never reheat hard boiled eggs using
microwave power, even without the
shell. The eggs can explode.
The time required depends largely on
the nature of the food, its initial
temperature and the amount to be
cooked. Food taken straight from the
refrigerator takes longer to reheat than
food stored at room temperature.
Always ensure that food is
sufficiently reheated.
If in any doubt that a sufficiently high
temperature has been reached,
continue reheating for a little longer.
Stir or turn food from time to time during
reheating. Stir the food from the outside
towards the middle, as food heats more
quickly from the outside.
After reheating
Be careful when removing a dish
from the oven. It may be hot.
Although heat is not normally produced
in the container itself by the
microwaves (apart from stoneware),
heat transfer from the food to the
container may be considerable, making
the container itself hot.
Allow food to stand for a few minutes at
room temperature once a programme
has ended to allow the heat to be
distributed evenly.
After reheating food, especially food
for babies and small children, stir
the food or shake the container and
check that the temperature does not
pose any danger. Double check
after it has been left to stand.
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Reheating
Chart for reheating food
Drinks **
Quantity
Microwave power
settings
1000 W
450 W
Time in
min.
Coffee,
drinking temperature 60 – 65 °C
Milk,
drinking temperature 60 – 65 °C
Water
bring to the boil
Baby bottles (milk)
Glühwein, punch
drinking temperature 60 – 65 °C
Food ***
1 cup, 200 ml
0:50 – 1:10
–
–
1 cup, 200 ml
1– 1:50***
–
–
1 cup, 125 ml
approx. 200 ml
1 – 1:50
–
–
0:50 – 1***
–
1
1 glass, 200 ml
Quantity
Baby food at room temperature
Soup
Casseroles
Plated meal
Vegetables
Roast
Frankfurters in 250 ml water
Cutlets, grilled
Fillet of fish, grilled
Potato cakes
Gravy
Sauces
Standing time at
room temperature *
in min.
Time in min.
1 jar, 200 g
250 ml
500 ml
250 g
500 g
1,000 g
1 portion, 400 g
2 portions, 800 g
250 g
500 g
200 g
500 g
100 g
200 g
200 g
250 g
250 ml
250 ml
0:50 – 1:10
–
Microwave power
settings
600 W
450 W
Time in
min.
–
4–5
7–8
4–5
7–8
10 – 12
5–7
10 – 12
3–4
5–6
3–5
7–9
3–4
3–5
3–4
3–5
4–5
–
–
Standing time at
room temperature *
in min.
Time in min.
0:30 – 1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3***
1
1
2
2
3
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
* During this time the temperature spreads evenly through the food.
** Put the boiling rod in the container.
*** Times are based on an initial temperature of approx 5 °C.
For food not normally stored in a fridge assume an initial temperature of 20 °C.
All food except delicate sauces should be reheated to 70 – 75 °C Temperature should be tested for
palatability before serving to babies, young children, the elderly or infirm. See note on food and drink
for babies.
The information given in this chart is intended only as a guide.
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Cooking
Microwave, traditional and combination
programmes are all suitable for
cooking.
Microwave
This method is suitable for cooking
casseroles as well as dishes with pasta,
rice and semolina etc. which need
water to help them swell up.
First select 850 W to bring the food up
to a boil and then turn the power level
down to 450 W to continue cooking or
to 150 W for simmering.
Fan plus
This method is recommended for
cooking and steaming food such as
potatoes and vegetables.
Microwave + Fan plus
This method is useful when you want to
shorten cooking times and have a
browned finish to the dish.
Microwave + Grill
This method is good for cooking food
which needs a well cooked top or
browned finished to it, such as
macaroni cheese or pasta tuna bake.
Microwave h
Place the food in a microwave-safe dish
and cover it.
Place the dish on the glass tray and
slide into the lowest shelf level.
Add a little water to vegetables which
have been kept stored. Vegetable
cooking times depend on the texture of
the vegetable. Fresh vegetables
contain more water than vegetables
which have been stored and usually
cook more quickly.
Food taken straight from the refrigerator
requires longer to reheat than food
stored at room temperature.
Stir and turn food at least once during
cooking.
Food with a thick skin or peel, such as
tomatoes, sausages, jacket potatoes
and aubergines, should be pierced or
cut in several places to allow steam to
escape and prevent the food from
bursting.
Similarly, hard-boiled eggs should
not be cooked using microwave
power as this may lead to the eggs
exploding, even after they have
been taken out of the oven. Eggs
can, however, be cooked using
microwave heat if you have
purchased special containers
designed for this purpose.
Eggs can be cooked without their shells
using microwave power only if the yolk
membrane has been punctured several
times first. The pressure could
otherwise cause the egg yolk to
explode.
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Cooking
Fan plus Y
Combination programmes
^ Slide the glass tray with the combi
rack into the first shelf level from the
bottom.
^ Place the dish on the glass tray and
slide into the lowest shelf level.
The following containers are suitable:
Ovenproof glass, china and
earthenware pots with heat-resistant
handles and knobs.
Cover dishes which are to be cooked in
their own juice and/or steam, e.g.
potatoes or vegetables. This also
prevents the food from drying out.
Where a crisp finish is required e.g. for
meat, cook without a lid.
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Only use heat-resistant,
microwave-safe crockery. No metal.
Generally you can cook without a lid
when using the combination
programmes.
Never use a lid when using Microwave
+ Grill h n! The food will not brown!
Ensure that foods such as meat and
fish are thoroughly cooked for an
appropriate length of time.
Cooking
Cooking chart
Microwave power settings
Quantity
850 W
+
Time in
min.
450 W
Time in
min.
Standing
time at room
temperature
*in min.
Meat
Meatballs in gravy (400 g meat)
Stew (750 g meat)
10 – 12
16
+
15
2–3
2–3
approx. 800 g
approx. 900 g
approx. 1.6 kg
4
5
10
+
+
+
12
12
15
2–3
2–3
3–5
approx. 900 g
approx. 1.5 kg
8 – 10
5
+
12
2–3
3–5
300 g
500 g
450 g
500 g
500 g
300 g
500 g
300 g
500 g
500 g
2
6
5
5
3
3
5
4
5
4
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
6
10
10
10
8
9
8
4
8
12
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
450 g
450 g
300 g
300 g
450 g
5
5
4
3
4
+
+
+
+
+
11
7
6
6
8
2
2
2
2
2
–
–
–
–
Poultry
Chicken in mustard sauce
Chicken curry
Chicken risotto
Fish
Fillet in sauce
Fish curry
Fresh vegetables
Carrots
Cauliflower florets
Peas
Peppers (sliced)
Vegetable / batons
Brussels sprouts
Asparagus
Broccoli florets
Leeks
Green beans
Frozen vegetables
Peas, mixed veg.
Spinach
Brussels sprouts
Broccoli
Leeks
Desserts
Cheese cake (500 g cream cheese)
Fruit compote (500 ml fruit juice
or 500 g fruit)
10 – 12
6–8
* During this time the temperature spreads evenly through the food.
The information given in this chart is intended only as a guide.
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Cooking
Chart for cooking, browning and crisping food
Quantity
Oven function
Time in min.
1,000 g
1,000 g
1,000 g
approx. 1,200 g
300 W + Fan plus 160 °C
Fan plus 180 °C
Fan plus 180 °C
300 W + Fan plus 180 °C
approx. 65
approx. 70
approx. 120
approx. 40
1,000 g
approx. 1,500 g
approx. 1,000 g
300 W + Fan plus 180 °C
Fan plus 170 °C
Fan plus 170 °C
35 – 45
approx. 120
approx. 100
4 pieces
8 – 10 pieces
approx. 1,000 g
Grill
Grill
Fan plus 190 °C
5 – 9 3)
8 – 10 3)
approx. 20 4)
Meat 1)
Roast ham
Honey roast ham
Veal roast
Meat loaf
Poultry 1)
Chicken, whole
Turkey thighs, 3 pieces
Turkey breast
Snacks 2)
Toast with topping
Baked artichoke hearts
Chicken nuggets, fresh 1)
1) lowest shelf level
2) second shelf level, rack in the highest position
3) Pre-heat the grill for 5 minutes, place food on the rack
4) Pre-heat the oven.
Slide the glass tray with the rack into the second shelf level.
Allow a standing time at room temperature of:
2 minutes for cooking times under 10 minutes, or approx. 5 minutes for cooking times over 10 minutes.
The information given in this chart is intended only as a guide.
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Defrosting and Reheating / Cooking
For simultaneous defrosting and
reheating or cooking the following
functions are suitable:
– Microwave h
– Microwave + Grill h n
Microwave is suitable for defrosting
and then reheating or cooking deep
frozen ready made meals which you do
not wish to brown.
Microwave + Grill is suitable for ready
made meals which also need to be
browned.
Microwave h
Deep frozen ready made meals can be
defrosted and then reheated or cooked.
Please follow instructions given on the
packet.
Remove the food from its packaging
and place in a covered microwave-safe
dish for defrosting and reheating or
cooking. Soups, stew and vegetables
should be stirred several times during
the process. Carefully separate and
turn slices of meat halfway through the
programme. Turn pieces of fish at the
halfway stage.
Combination programme
Microwave + Grill hn is suitable for
cooking and then browning the top of
ready made meals. Select a microwave
power level of 450 watts. The grill
temperature is automatically set and
cannot be changed.
Put the ready made meal in a heat
resistant, microwave-proof dish, and
place on the glass tray. Slide the glass
tray into the second shelf level. Do not
cover.
Ready made meals in aluminium dishes
must be placed directly on to the glass
tray.
If this does not brown the food as much
as you would like, next time put the dish
on the rack, and slide this together with
the glass tray into the first level from the
bottom.
Deep-frozen ready made meals in card
trays which, according to
manufacturer's instructions, are suitable
for use in a normal oven, are normally
also microwave-safe.
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Grilling
The following grill settings are suitable
for browning food:
– Grill n
– Microwave + Grill h n,
Grill n is suitable for flat items which
require a crisp finish or browning.
With Microwave + Grill h n, the
microwave power output is limited to
450 W.
Preparing food for grilling
Meat should be rinsed under fresh
running water and then patted dry.
Do not season with salt before grilling,
as the salt will draw the meat juices out.
Lean meat can be brushed with a little
oil if necessary. Do not use other types
of fat as they can get too dark, burn
and cause smoke. A little butter can be
added to chicken if desired.
Clean flat fish and slices of fish in the
normal way. To enhance the taste add a
little salt or squeeze a little lemon juice
over the fish.
Grilling
The grill temperature cannot be altered,
the grill is either on or off.
Pre-heat the grill for approx. 5 minutes
with the oven door shut before grilling.
Do not engage microwave power
during the pre-heating phase.
Brush the rack with oil and place the
prepared food on the rack.
It is best to grill food of a similar
thickness at the same time so that the
grilling time for each item does not vary
too greatly.
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Place the rack on the glass tray and
slide into the second or third shelf level
from the bottom, depending on the type
of food you are grilling.
The rack can be used either way up to
achieve the best distance from the grill
element.
Most items should be turned half way
through cooking.
Test to see if cooked
One way of finding out how far through
a piece of meat has been cooked is to
press down on it with a spoon:
– If there is very little resistance to the
pressure of the spoon, it is still red on
the inside ("rare").
– If there is some resistance the inside
will be pink ("medium").
– If there is great resistance, it is
throughly cooked through ("well
done").
Grilling
Chart for grilling
Pre-heat the grill for approx. 5 minutes.
Flat items 1)
Total grilling time
in min. 2)
Steak
25 – 30
Burgers
30 – 35
Sausages
20 – 25
Fish fillet
16 – 20
Toast
2–4
Toast with topping
5–9
Tomatoes
8 – 10
Peaches
7 – 10
1) Third shelf level
2) Turn half way through the grilling time.
The information given in this chart is intended
only as a guide. See the cookbook supplied
with your oven and/or a good microwave or
microwave combi-oven cookbook for further
details on these and other foods.
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Baking
The following settings are suitable for
baking:
used, but results may not be as good
as with dark non-reflective tins.
– Fan plus Y
– Microwave + Fan plus h Y.
Baking times should not be set too
long. This can lead to the cake etc.
drying out.
Fan plus is suitable for baking small
cakes, swiss roll and pastries.
Microwave + Fan plus
Microwave + Fan plus is suitable for
doughs which require longer baking,
such as rubbed in and beaten mixtures,
yeast recipes and cheesecake.
Fan plus Y
Slide the glass tray into the 1st shelf
level from the bottom, and place the
baking container on it.
Cake tins should be placed on the first
shelf level from the bottom. Place the
rack with the raised section facing
upwards in the glass tray. This ensures
sufficient air circulation all around the
tin.
When baking flat items such as biscuits
you should select the second shelf level
from the bottom to ensure even
browning results.
When baking on two levels at the same
time you should select the second and
third levels from the bottom.
Most types of heat-resistant tins or
dishes are suitable. Thin-walled and
bright, non-reflective metal tins can be
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For preference use ovenproof glass or
ceramic baking dishes, as microwaves
can penetrate these materials into the
food being cooked. Metal tins would
reflect microwaves so that they would
only reach the cakes from the top,
resulting in a longer cooking time.
Metal baking tins can also cause
sparking. Place the tin on the glass tray,
and make sure it does not touch the
interior walls.
If sparking continues, do not use this tin
again in microwave combination mode.
Baking
Do not use paper based containers
coated with aluminium foil, such as
are sometimes provided with packet
cake mixes. There is the danger of
these catching fire.
Switch on the microwave setting for the
total cooking time. The microwave
setting should not be higher than 150
W.
Tips on baking
Temperature settings, times and
microwave power settings in the
Baking Chart are suggestions only.
Select an average temperature and
time for first attempts and adapt
accordingly.
Place cakes in rectangular tins with
the longer side across the width of the
oven for optimum heat distribution and
even results.
Eating food which has been cooked
correctly is important for good
health.
Only bake cakes, pizza, chips etc
until they are golden brown. Do not
allow them to become dark brown.
To achieve even results without
over-browning the food . . .
. . . when baking cakes, pastries, deep
frozen foods such as chips, croquettes,
frozen pizza, baguettes etc.
– always select the lowest temperature
given in the recipe/cooking
instructions on the packaging.
Do not set a temperature higher than
that recommended. Increasing the
temperature may reduce the cooking
time, but will lead to uneven
browning, and unsatisfactory
cooking results.
– Check if the food is cooked at the
end of the shortest time quoted.
To check if a cake is ready, insert a
wooden skewer into the centre.
It is ready if the skewer comes out
clean, without dough or crumbs
sticking to it.
– Place chips, croquettes and similar
types of food on baking parchment.
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Baking
Baking chart
Fan plus
Microwave + Fan plus
Microwave
setting
in W
Temp.
in °C
Time
in min.
160
-
60 - 70
-
Temp.
in °C
Time
in min.
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
55 - 70
70 - 80
25 - 35
60 - 70
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
45 - 50
35 - 45
55 - 65
25 - 30
20 - 30
80
-
160 - 180
160 - 180
160 - 180
30 - 35
25 - 30
20 - 25
-
-
-
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
150 - 170
25 - 30
40 - 50
20 - 30
85 - 95
45 - 55
60 - 70
-
-
-
Streusel cake (glass tray) 1)
Fresh fruit cake (glass tray) 1)
Stollen
White bread
Dark rye bread
Pizza (glass tray) 1)
Onion tart (glass tray) 1)
Apple turnovers 1)
150 - 170
160 - 180
150 - 170
160 - 180
140 - 160
170 - 190
150 - 170
150 - 170
35 - 45
40 - 50
55 - 65
40 - 50
150 - 180
40 - 50
35 - 40
25 - 30
150
150
-
170
180
-
35 - 40
30 - 40
-
Choux pastry, Eclairs 1)
160 - 180
30 - 40
-
-
-
Flaky pastry 1)
180 - 200
20 - 25
-
-
-
120 - 140
35 - 45
-
-
-
Creamed mixture
Victoria sandwich
Farmhouse fruit cake 2)
Muffins 1)
Marble cake
Fresh fruit cake
with topping (glass tray) 1)
Fresh fruit cake (glass tray) 1)
Fresh fruit cake (tin)
Flan base
Biscuits 1)
Whisked mixture
Tart
Flan base
Swiss roll 1)
Rubbed in mixture
Flan base
Streusel cake (glass tray) 1)
Biscuits 1)
Cheese cake
Apple pie
Apricot tart with topping
Yeast mixtures and dough
Meringues, Macaroons
1)
Unless otherwise stated, the times given are for an oven which has not been pre-heated.
With a pre-heated oven shorten times by up to 10 minutes.
1) second shelf level
2) Place the dish directly on the glass tray.
The information given in this chart is intended only as a guide. See the cookbook supplied with
your oven and/or a good microwave or microwave combi-oven cookbook for further details on
these and other foods.
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Cleaning and care
Appliance front and control
panel
^ All surfaces and controls should be
cleaned using warm water with a little
washing up liquid applied with a soft
sponge or cloth.
^ Wipe the surfaces dry using a soft
cloth.
E-cloth
A microfibre "E-Cloth" is available from
the Miele UK Spare Parts Department,
which is suitable for cleaning surfaces
such as stainless steel, glass, plastic
and chrome without the use of
chemicals.
To prevent the risk of scratches and
damage to the surface structure of
glass, stainless steel and aluminium
fronted appliances pay particular
attention to the following cleaning
instructions.
Glass fronted appliances
The appliance front and controls are
susceptible to scratches and
abrasions.
Avoid:
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
powder cleaners and cream
cleaners,
– abrasive sponges, e.g. pot scourers
or sponges which have been
previously used with abrasive
cleaning agents,
– oven sprays.
Clean the door handle and the control
elements regularly, preferably after
each use.
This will help prevent grease and other
deposits adhering to surfaces and
becoming difficult to remove.
Aluminium fronted appliances
Aluminium is affected by the way that
light falls on it, by the surrounding
environment and by the angle you
observe it from.
Aluminium surfaces and controls
may suffer discolouration or damage
if soiling is left on them for too long.
Remove any soiling straight away.
The appliance front and controls are
susceptible to scratches and
abrasions.
Avoid:
– cleaning agents containing soda,
acids or chlorides,
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
powder cleaners and cream
cleaners,
– abrasive sponges, e.g. pot scourers
or sponges which have been
previously used with abrasive
cleaning agents,
– stainless steel cleaners,
– cleaning agents containing
descaling agents,
– dishwasher detergent,
– oven sprays.
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Cleaning and care
Stainless steel fronted
appliances
The appliance front and controls are
susceptible to scratches and
abrasions.
Stainless steel coloured controls
The controls may suffer
discolouration or damage if soiling is
left on them for too long.
Remove any soiling straight away.
Please observe the separate cleaning
instructions for
Avoid:
– stainless steel surfaces,
– cleaning agents containing soda,
acids or chlorides,
– stainless steel coloured controls.
Stainless steel surfaces
Stainless steel surfaces can be cleaned
using a proprietary non-abrasive
cleaning agent designed specifically
for use on stainless steel.
N.B. Do not use on the controls.
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
powder cleaners and cream
cleaners,
– abrasive sponges, e.g. pot scourers
or sponges which have been
previously used with abrasive
cleaning agents,
Avoid:
– stainless steel cleaners,
– cleaning agents containing soda,
acids or chlorides,
– oven sprays.
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
powder cleaners and cream
cleaners,
– abrasive sponges, e.g. pot scourers,
or sponges which have been
previously used with abrasive
cleaning agents.
To help prevent re-soiling, proprietary
conditioning agent for stainless steel
can also be used.
Apply sparingly with an even pressure
following the direction of the grain.
Oven interior
The oven interior is stainless steel. The
high temperatures possible when
operating in a traditional oven mode
can cause the steel to darken slightly.
The oven interior gets hot during
use. To avoid the danger of being
burnt, wait until it has cooled down
before cleaning. It should be
cleaned after each use. If left too
long cleaning becomes
unnecessarily difficult, and in
extreme cases impossible.
Turn the function selector to the Light
H / v setting.
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Cleaning and care
Clean the oven interior using a solution
of hot water and washing up liquid or
mild detergent applied with a sponge,
soft brush or damp cloth. Wipe dry with
a soft cloth.
For more heavy soiling, heat a glass of
water for 2 to 3 minutes until the water
begins to boil. The steam will collect on
the walls and soften the soiling. The
oven interior can now be wiped clean
using a little washing-up liquid if
necessary.
If food has burnt on, use a mild
non-abrasive cleaner or a proprietary
cleaner for stainless steel, applied with
a non-scouring kitchen sponge.
Do not use abrasive cleaning agents
as the material is susceptible to
scratching.
To neutralise odours in the oven, put a
cup of water with some lemon juice in
the oven and simmer for a few minutes.
Residues of fruit juices as well as cake
mixtures are best removed while the
oven is warm.
Spilt fruit juices may cause lasting
discolouration to the surfaces.
Oven interior roof
If the oven interior roof is badly soiled,
the grill element can be lowered to
make cleaning easier.
Wait until the grill element has
cooled down before lowering it to
avoid the danger of being burnt.
If using an oven spray, the
manufacturer's instructions must be
followed. Do not spray into any of
the openings.
Do not use too much water on the cloth
or sponge and do not let water or any
other substance find its way into any
openings.
^ To lower the grill element loosen and
then remove the nut.
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Cleaning and care
Accessories supplied
Combi rack
Wash and dry the rack after each use.
Remove stubborn soiling with a
stainless steel cleaner.
Glass tray
^ Lower the grill element gently.
Do not use force to lower the
element as this could cause
damage.
The glass tray can be washed in hot
water and washing up liquid, or in the
dishwasher.
Do not use scouring agents. These
would scratch.
Boiling rod
^ After cleaning the grill element, raise
it gently back up again. Refit the nut
and tighten to secure the grill
element back in position.
Door interior
Always keep the door interior clean. Do
not use any scouring agents. Check the
door and door seal at regular intervals
for any sign of damage.
If any damage is noticed, the oven
should not be used again in
microwave mode until the fault has
been rectified by a service
technician.
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The boiling rod can be washed in a
dishwasher.
Problem solving guide
Installation work, maintenance and
repairs may only be carried out by
suitably qualified and competent
persons in accordance with national
and local safety regulations to
ensure safety.
Repairs and other work by
unqualified persons could be
dangerous and the manufacturer will
not be held liable.
Ensure current is not supplied to the
appliance until after maintenance or
repair work has been carried out.
Some minor problems can be corrected
without contacting the Service
Department.
. . . the microwave / heating functions
but not the interior lighting
The halogen lamp is defective and
needs to be replaced:
Disconnect the appliance from the
electricity supply, (switch off and
unplug at the socket, or remove the
fuse, or switch off at the isolator as
appropriate).
^ Unscrew and remove the lamp cover.
^ Pull the halogen lamp out.
^ Fit a new halogen lamp.
What to do if . . . .
Specification:
12 V, 10 W,
heat resistant to 300 °C,
fitting W271, Osram, Type 64418
. . . the display does not light up
^ Replace the cover and screw into
place.
^ Check whether,
– the appliance is correctly plugged in
at the mains socket and switched on,
^ Reconnect the appliance to the
mains supply.
– the mains fuse has blown (call the
Service Department),
– the time display had been switched
off (see "Altering the time of day
display and buzzer").
. . . a programme will not start
^ Check whether,
– the appliance door is properly shut if
operating in microwave mode,
– a power setting and time have been
entered if operating in microwave
mode.
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Problem solving guide
. . . the food is not sufficiently heated
or is not cooked at the end of a set
time
. . . food cools down too quickly after
being reheated or cooked in
microwave mode.
^ Check whether,
When cooked by microwaves, food
begins to cook from the outside first,
the inside of the food relying on the
slower conduction of heat.
– after interrupting a cooking process
using microwave power that you
remembered to restart the
programme,
– if cooking / reheating in microwave
mode the correct duration was
selected for the setting chosen.
The lower the power level the longer
the duration.
. . . cakes or biscuits are not cooked
after a recommended time
^ Check whether,
– the correct temperature was set.
– there were any alterations to the
recipe. The addition of more liquid or
more eggs makes a moister mix
which would take longer to cook.
. . . cakes or biscuits are unevenly
browned
There will always be a slight
unevenness.
^ If browning is very uneven, check
– whether the temperature was set too
high,
– the colour and material of the baking
tins being used. Bright shiny tins are
not very suitable. Try using a different
tin next time.
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If food is cooked at a high power level it
is possible that the heat may not have
reached the centre of the food. Food
may be warm in the middle but cool on
the edge. When reheating food with
different densities, such as plated
meals, it is sensible to start with a low
power level and lengthen the time
required.
Problem solving guide
. . . strange noises are heard when
the microwave or microwave /
combination mode is being used.
^ Check whether,
– sparks are being created by the use
of metallic crockery, (see "suitable
crockery").
– the food is covered with aluminium
foil. If so, remove it.
If it is not possible to remedy a fault
by following the instructions given
above, contact the Service
Department. On no account open
the appliance casing.
This appliance should only be
repaired by a suitably qualified
technician trained by Miele.
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After sales service
In the event of any faults which you
cannot easily remedy, please contact
– your Miele Dealer
or
– the Miele Service Department (see
back cover for address).
When contacting your Dealer or the
Service Department, please quote the
model and serial number of your
appliance. These are given on the data
plate which is located on the front of the
oven cavity.
Please note that telephone calls may
be monitored and recorded to
improve our service.
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Electrical connection IRL, U.K., ZA
All electrical work should be carried out
in strict accordance with national and
local safety regulations by a suitably
qualified and competent service
technician approved by Miele.
must then be connected to the mains
supply by a suitably qualified person
only.
This appliance is supplied with a mains
cable and plug for connection to a 230
- 240 V, 50 Hz single phase supply.
The wires in the mains lead of this
appliance are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
The voltage, connected load and fuse
rating (where applicable) are given on
the data plate situated at the front of the
oven interior. Please ensure that these
match the household mains supply.
Connection should be made via a fused
connection unit or a fused plug and a
suitable switched socket, or via a
suitable isolator which complies with
national and local safety regulations,
and the on/off switch should be easily
accessible after the appliance has
been installed.
If the socket is not accessible after
installation (depending on country) an
additional means of disconnection must
be provided for all poles.
When switched off there must be an
all-pole gap of 3 mm in the isolator
switch (including switch, fuses and
relays acc. to EN 60335).
For extra safety it is advisable to install
a residual current device with a trip
current of 30 mA (in accordance with
DIN VDE 0664, VDE 0100 Section 739).
Important U.K.
Green/yellow = Earth
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains
lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the markings
identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows:
The wire coloured green and yellow
must be connected to the terminal in
the plug which is marked with the letter
E or by the earth symbol z or coloured
green or green and yellow.
The wire coloured blue must be
connected to the terminal marked with
the letter "N" or coloured black. The
wire coloured brown must be
connected to the terminal marked with
the letter "L" or coloured red (U.K).
WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED
If the cable is damaged a new cable
must be fitted by a Miele approved service engineer.
If the appliance is connected via an
isolator switch the plug must be cut off
and rendered useless. The appliance
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Electrical connection IRL, U.K., ZA
Non-rewireable plugs BS 1363
If this appliance is fitted with a
non-rewireable plug, the following
information applies: if the socket outlets
are not suitable for the plug supplied
with this product, it must be cut off and
an appropriate plug fitted. The fuse
carrier and fuse should be removed
from the old plug and disposed of. The
old plug should then be disposed of
and on no account be inserted into any
socket elsewhere in the house (electric
shock hazard).
The fuse cover must be re-fitted when
changing the fuse, and if the fuse cover
is lost the plug must not be used until a
suitable replacement is obtained. The
colour of the correct replacement cover
is that of the coloured insert in the base
of the plug, or the colour that is
embossed in words on the base of the
plug, (as applicable to the design of
plug fitted).
Replacement fuses should be ASTA
approved to BS 1362 and have the
correct rating. Replacement fuses and
fuse covers may be purchased from
your local electrical supplier.
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Installation
Building-in options
Installation in a tall unit
The appliance is suitable for
installation:
– in a tall unit in combination with an
oven
– in a tall unit on its own
– in a base unit
Building-in dimensions
Installation in a tall unit in
combination with an oven
Installation in a base unit
If fitted underneath a hob, the
installation instructions for the hob
must also be taken into account.
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Installation
Installation
^ Connect the appliance to the
electricity supply.
^ Place the oven into the oven housing
unit as far as the oven trim and align.
^ Open the oven door, and with two
screws secure the oven to the side
walls of the furniture unit through the
holes in the oven trim.
The oven must not be operated until
it has been correctly installed in its
housing unit.
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