Bosch Appliances HBN 43M 550 A Oven User Manual

HBN 43M 550 A
Installing and
Operating Instructions
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Making cooking as much fun as eating
Please read this instruction manual. This will ensure that you
make use of all the technical benefits the cooker has to offer.
It will provide you with important safety information. You will
then be familiarised with the individual components of your
new cooker. And we will show you how to make settings
step by step. It is quite simple.
The tables list the settings and shelf positions for numerous
well-known dishes. All these dishes are tested in our cooking
studio.
In the unlikely event of a fault, look here for information on
how to rectify minor faults yourself.
A detailed table of contents will help you to find your way
around quickly.
Enjoy your meal!
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Table of contents
Important information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Before installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Reasons for damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Your new cooker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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The control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Function selector – Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Temperature selector – Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Function selector – Mini oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Temperature selector – Mini oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Control buttons and display panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Push-in control knobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Types of heating – Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Types of heating – Mini oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Oven and shelving accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Cooling fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Before using for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Heating up the oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Pre-cleaning the accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting the oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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If the oven is to switch off automatically –
Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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If the oven is to switch on and off automatically
– Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Rapid heating – Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Table of contents
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Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Basic settings – Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Changing the basic settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Childproof lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Care and cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Oven exterior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Clean function – Main and Mini oven . . . . . . . . . . .
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Cleaning the glass panels – Main and Mini oven . . .
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Cleaning the rails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Seal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Replacing the oven light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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After-sales service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Packaging and old appliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Tables and tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Cakes and pastries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Baking tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Meat, poultry, fish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Tips for roasting and grilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Frozen foods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Defrosting – Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Drying – Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Preserving – Main oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Energy saving tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Acrylamide in food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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What can you do? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Test dishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Assembly instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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For the installer and kitchen expert . . . . . . . . . . .
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Important installation notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installation of the built-in oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Important information
Read this instruction manual carefully.
Only then will you be able to operate your cooker
safely and correctly.
Please keep the instruction and installation manual in
a safe place. Please pass on the instruction manual
to the new owner if you sell the appliance.
Before installation
Transport damage
Check the appliance after unpacking it.
Do not connect the appliance if it has been
damaged in transport.
Electrical connection
The cooker may only be connected by an approved
specialist. Losses resulting from damage caused by
incorrect connection will invalidate warranty claims.
Safety information
This appliance is intended for domestic use only.
Only use the cooker for food preparation.
Hot oven
Open the oven door carefully. Hot steam may
escape.
Never touch the internal surfaces of the oven or the
heating elements. There is a risk of burning. Children
must be kept at a safe distance from the appliance.
Never store combustible items in the oven.
Risk of fire.
Never clamp leads of electrical appliances in the hot
oven door. The insulation on the leads could melt.
There is a risk of short–circuiting.
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Repairs
Incorrectly done repairs are dangerous.
There is a risk of electrocution.
Repairs may only be carried out by after–sales
service technicians who have been fully trained by
BSH.
If there is a fault, switch off the oven fuse at the fuse
box. Call the after–sales service.
Reasons for
damage
Baking tray, aluminium foil
or dishes on the oven floor
Do not place the baking tray on the oven floor.
Do not cover it with aluminium foil.
Do not place dishes on the oven floor.
This will cause heat accumulation. The baking and
roasting times will no longer be correct and the
enamel will be damaged.
Water in the oven
Never pour water directly into a hot oven.
This could damage the enamel.
Fruit juice
When baking very moist fruit cakes, do not put too
much on the baking sheet. Fruit juice dripping from
the baking sheet leaves stains that cannot be
removed.
It is recommended that you use the deeper universal
pan.
Cooling with the oven door
open
Only leave the oven to cool with the door closed. Do
not allow anything to become trapped in the oven
door. Even if you only leave the oven door open
slightly, the fronts of adjacent units may become
damaged over time.
Very dirty oven seal
If the oven seal is very dirty, the oven door will no
longer close properly when the oven is in use. The
fronts of adjacent units could be damaged. Keep the
oven seal clean.
Using the oven door as a
seat
Do not stand or sit on the oven door.
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Your new cooker
Here you will learn more about your new oven. The
control panel and its switches and indicators are
explained here. The heating modes and the
accessories included with your oven will be explained
here.
The control panel
Details vary according to the appliance model.
Temperature
selector
Main oven
Function selector
Main oven
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Temperature
selector
Mini oven
Display panel and
control buttons
Function selector
Mini oven
Function selector
Main oven
Use the function selector to select the type of
heating for the oven.
Settings
/
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,
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U
Top/bottom heating
3D-hot air*
Bottom heating
Hot air grilling
Radiant grill
Rapid heating
* Type of heating with energy efficiency class
determined in accordance with EN50304.
The oven light switches on when you select a
function.
Temperature selector
Main oven
Use the temperature selector to set the temperature
or grill setting.
Temperature
50 – 270
Temperature range in ºC
Grill )
1
Low grill
2
Medium grill
3
High grill
clean
Cleaning function
The temperature symbol in the display lights up while
the oven is heating up.
Grill settings
You can select a grill setting on the radiant grill
using the temperature selector.
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Function selector
Mini oven
Use the function selector to select the type of
heating for the oven.
Settings
/
)
Conventional heat
V
Radiant grill – small area
Radiant grill – large area
The oven light switches on when you select a
function.
Temperature selector
Mini oven
Use the temperature selector to set the temperature
or grill setting.
Temperature
50 – 270
Temperature range in ºC
Grill )
1
Low grill
2
Medium grill
3
High grill
clean
Cleaning function
The temperature symbol in the display lights up while
the oven is heating up.
Grill settings
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You can select a grill setting on the radiant grill
using the temperature selector.
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Control buttons and
display panel
Timer button 8
Use this button to set the timer
Clock button 6
Use this button to set the time of
day, the cooking time * and
the completion time +
Minus button –
Use this button to reduce the
values set.
Plus button +
Use this button to increase the
values set.
Key button E
Use this button to switch the
childproof lock on and off.
The values set can be seen in the display panel.
Push-in control
knobs
The control knobs can be pushed in. Simply press
the control knob to release or lock it.
The function selector can be turned clockwise or
anticlockwise, whereas the temperature selector can
only be turned clockwise.
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Types of heating
Main oven
Different types of oven heating are available. You can
therefore select the best method for cooking any
dish.
Top and bottom heating
This ensures the even distribution of heat onto the
cake or roast from the top and bottom of the oven.
This type of heating is best for cake mixtures in tins
or for bakes. Top and bottom heating is also suitable
for cooking lean roasts of beef, veal and game.
To keep food warm /+ s: You can keep food
warm in the 65–100 ºC temperature range. Do not
keep food warm for longer than two hours.
3D-hot air
A fan in the rear panel distributes the heat from the
ring heating element evenly inside the oven.
Using 3D-hot air, it is possible to bake cakes and
pizza on two shelves. You can cook biscuits and puff
pastry on three levels at the same time. The required
oven temperatures are lower than those for top and
bottom heating. Additional baking trays may be
obtained from specialist shops.
3D-hot air is ideal for drying food.
Defrosting e: You can defrost food in the 20–60 ºC
temperature range.
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Bottom heat
You can reheat or brown meals using bottom
heating. It is also the most suitable type of heating
for preserving food.
Hot air grilling
This type of heating involves the grill element and the
fan switching on and off alternately. During the pause
in heating, the fan circulates the heat generated by
the grill around the food. This ensures that pieces of
meat are crisped and brown on all sides.
Radiant grill – large area
The entire area under the grill element becomes hot.
This is ideal if you wish to cook several steaks,
sausages, fish or slices of toast.
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Types of heating
Mini oven
Different types of oven heating are available. You can
therefore select the best method for cooking any
dish.
Top and bottom heating
This ensures the even distribution of heat onto the
cake or roast from the top and bottom of the oven.
This type of heating is best for cake mixtures in tins
or for bakes. Top and bottom heating is also suitable
for cooking lean roasts of beef, veal and game.
Radiant grill – large area
The entire area under the grill element becomes hot.
This is ideal if you wish to cook several steaks,
sausages, fish or slices of toast.
Radiant grill – small area
Only the centre of the grill element becomes hot.
This type of heating is ideal for cooking small
quantities. This saves energy. Place the pieces to be
grilled in the centre of the wire grill.
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Oven and shelving
accessories
Mini oven
Your oven features 2 shelf positions.
The shelf positions are counted from bottom to top.
The numbers are marked in the oven.
Main oven
The shelf can be inserted at 5 different heights in the
oven.
You can remove the shelf two thirds of the way
without it tipping. This makes it easier to take food
out of the oven.
Accessories
Accessories may be purchased at a later date from
the after-sales service or from specialist shops.
Please specify the HEZ number.
HEZ 334000 wire rack
For ovenware, cake tins, roasts, grilling and frozen
meals.
Place the wire racks curved downwards (.
HEZ 324000 wire rack
for grilling. Always place the wire rack in the universal
pan. Fat and meat juices are collected.
Universal pan HEZ 332000
for moist cakes, pastries, frozen food and large
roasts. It can also be used to catch dripping fat
when you are grilling directly on the wire grill.
Push the universal pan with the sloping edge facing
towards the oven door.
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Enamel baking tray HEZ 331000
for cakes and biscuits.
Push the baking tray with the sloping edge facing
towards the oven door.
Grill pan HEZ 325000
Can be used for grilling instead of the wire grill or as
a spray guard to protect the oven against dirt.
Only use the grill pan in the universal pan.
To grill using the grill pan: use the same shelf height
as for the wire grill.
Using the grill pan as a spray guard: insert the
universal pan with the grill pan under the wire grill.
Optional accessory
Optional accessories may be purchased from the
after-sales service or from specialist shops.
Enamel baking tray HEZ 331010
with non-stick coating
Cakes and biscuits can be removed from the baking
tray more easily.
Push the baking tray with the sloping edge facing
towards the oven door.
Universal pan HEZ 332010 with non-stick coating
Moist cakes, biscuits, frozen meals and large roast
joints come away from the universal pan more easily.
Push the universal pan with the sloping edge facing
towards the oven door.
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Glass pan HEZ 336000
A deep baking tray made from glass. Can also be
used as a serving dish.
Pizza tray HEZ 317000
Ideal for pizza, frozen foods and large round cakes,
for example. You can use the pizza tray instead of
the universal pan. Place the tray on the wire grill.
Observe the information provided in the tables.
Baking tin HEZ 6001
You can bake especially moist cakes using the
leak-proof baking tin. The extra wide rim prevents
leakage and your cooker stays clean.
The baking tin has a non-stick coating on the inside.
Glass roasting dish HMZ21 GB
for braised dishes and bakes that are cooked in the
oven. It is especially suitable for the automatic
roasting function.
Metal roasting dish HEZ 6000
It is intended for use in the extended cooking zone of
the glass ceramic hob. The dish is suitable for the
sensor cooking system as well as for the automatic
roasting function.
The roasting dish is enamel on the outside and has a
non-stick coating on the inside.
Profi extra-deep pan HEZ 333000
for cooking large quantities of food.
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Lid for the Profi extra-deep pan HEZ 333001
Converts the Profi extra-deep pan into the Profi
roasting dish.
3 tier telescopic shelf HEZ 338301
The ledges at heights 2, 3 and 4 allow you to pull the
shelf out further without it tipping.
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Cooling fan
The oven is fitted with a cooling fan. It switches itself
on and off as necessary. The warm air escapes
above the door.
Before using for the first time
This section will tell you everything you need to do
before using the cooker for the first time.
Heat the oven and clean the accessories. Read the
safety instructions in the „Important information“
section.
Firstly, check to see if the 6 symbol and three zeros
are flashing in the display.
If the 6 symbol and three
zeros are flashing
Set the time.
1. Press the 6 clock button.
12:00 appears and the 6 clock symbol flashes.
2. Set the time using the + or – button.
The time selected is adopted after a few seconds.
The cooker is now ready for use.
Heating up the oven
Heat the empty oven with the door closed to remove
the new oven smell.
Method
1. Set the function selector to t.
2. Use the temperature selector to set the
temperature to 240 ºC.
Switch off the function selector after 60 minutes.
Pre-cleaning the
accessories
Please wash the accessories thoroughly with soapy
water and a cleaning cloth before using them.
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Setting the oven
You have various options for setting the oven.
Switching off the oven
manually
When your meal is ready, switch off the oven
yourself.
The main oven switches off
automatically
You can leave the kitchen for a long period.
The main oven switches on
and off automatically
You can put your meal in the oven in the morning,
for example, and set the oven so that your meal is
ready at midday.
Tables and tips
The correct settings for many dishes can be found in
the Tables and tips section.
Setting procedure
Example: Main oven
Top/bottom heating t 190° C
1. Select the desired type of heating using the
function selector.
2. Use the temperature selector to set the
temperature or grill setting.
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Switching off
Switch off the function selector when the meal is
ready.
Changing the setting
You may change the temperature or grill setting at
any time.
If the oven is to
switch off
automatically
– Main oven
Make settings as described in steps 1 and 2.
Set the cooking time (duration) for your meal.
Example: Cooking time of
45 minutes
3. Press the 6 clock button.
The cooking time symbol * will flash.
4. Set the cooking time using the + or - button.
+ button default value = 30 minutes.
– button default value = 10 minutes.
The oven switches on after a few seconds.
The * symbol lights up in the display.
The cooking time has
elapsed
A signal sounds. The oven switches off. Press the
6 button twice and switch off the function selector.
Changing the setting
Press the 6 clock button. Change the cooking time
using the + or – button
Cancelling the setting
Press the 6 clock button. Press the – button until
the display is at zero. Switch off the function selector.
Setting the cooking time
Press the 6 clock button twice and perform the
when the clock time is hidden setting as described in item 4.
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If the oven is to
switch on and off
automatically
– Main oven
Please remember that easily spoiled foods must not
be allowed to remain in the oven for too long.
Perform the settings as described in items 1 to 4.
The oven starts.
Example: Imagine – it’s
10:45 a.m. The meal will take
45 minutes to cook and must
be ready at 12:45 pm.
5. Press the 6 clock button until the + end symbol
flashes.
In the display you will see the time when the meal
will be ready.
6. Use the + button to set a later end time.
The setting is adopted after a few seconds.
The display will show the end time until the oven
switches on.
The cooking time has
elapsed
A signal sounds. The oven switches off.
Press the 6 button twice and switch off the function
selector.
Note
You can change the setting while the symbol is
flashing. The setting has been adopted if the symbol
lights up permanently. You may change the waiting
time that elapses before the setting is adopted.
See the Basic settings section for more details.
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Rapid heating
Main oven
This allows you to heat up the oven particularly
quickly.
Setting procedure
1. Switch the function selector to rapid heating U.
2. Use the temperature selector to set the required
temperature.
The oven switches on after a few seconds.
The red signal lamp lights up in the display.
The rapid heating process
is complete
The red signal lamp disappears.
Put your meal in the oven and set the oven.
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Time
When the oven is first connected, or following a
power cut, the 6 symbol and three zeros flash in the
display. Set the time.
The function selector must be switched off.
Setting procedure
Example: 13:00
1. Press the 6 clock button.
12.00 appears in the display and the
flashes.
6 symbol
2. Set the time using the + or – button.
The time selected is adopted after a few seconds.
Changing the time e.g.
from summer to winter
timer
Press the 6 clock button twice and change the time
with the + or – button.
Hiding the time
You can hide the time. It will then only be visible when
you are performing settings.
To do this, you must change the basic setting.
See the Basic settings section.
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Timer
You can use the timer as a kitchen timer. It operates
independently of the oven.
The timer has a special signal. This means that you
can tell whether the set timer period has elapsed or
the cooking time is complete.
You can also set the timer if the childproof lock is
active.
Setting procedure
Example: 20 minutes
1. Press the 8 timer button.
The 8 symbol will flash.
2. Set the timer period using the + or – button.
+ button default value = 10 minutes.
– button default value = 5 minutes
The timer starts after a few seconds. The 8 symbol
lights up in the display. The time counts down visibly.
8 timer button. The timer
The time has elapsed
A signal sounds. Press the
display will go out.
Changing the timer period
Press the 8 timer button. Change the time using the
+ or – button.
Cancelling the setting
Press the 8 timer button. Press the – button until
the display is at zero.
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The timer and cooking time
count down simultaneously
The symbols light up. The timer period counts down
visibly in the display.
To call up remaining cooking time ?, end time ! or
time 6: Press the 6 clock button until the symbol in
question flashes.
The value called up will then appear in the display for
a few seconds.
Basic settings
Main oven
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Your oven has several basic settings. You may
change the basic settings for time, the signal
duration and the reset time for a setting.
Basic setting
Function
Change to
Time 6
1 = Time in the
foreground
Time display
Uhrzeit
0 = Time hidden
Signal duration 8
2 = approx.
2 minutes
Signal after cooking
time or timer period
has elapsed.
Signal duration
1 = approx.
10 seconds
3 = approx.
5 mins
Reset time ?
2 = medium
Waiting time between Reset time
the adjustment
1 = short
increments before
3 = long
the setting is adopted.
Changing the basic
settings –
Main oven
There must be no program set.
Example: Hiding the time
1. Press the 6 clock button and the + button at the
same time until a 1 appears in the display.
This is the basic setting for the time in the
foreground.
2. Change the basic setting using the + or – button.
3. Conform with the 6 clock button.
A 2 will appear in the display for the basic setting for
the signal duration.
Change the basic setting as described in step 2 and
confirm with the 6 clock button. You can now
change the reset time. To finish press the 6 clock
button.
You do not wish to change
all the basic settings
If you do not wish to change a basic setting, press
the 6 clock button. The next basic setting will
appear.
Correcting settings
You may change your settings again at any time.
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Childproof lock – for the main oven
The oven has a childproof lock to prevent children
switching it on accidentally.
Locking the oven
Press the E key button until the E symbol
appears in the display. This will take approximately
4 seconds.
Unlocking
Press the E key button until the Esymbol goes
out.
Notes
You can set the timer and the clock even when the
oven is locked.
The childproof lock setting will be lost if there is a
power cut
Care and cleaning
Do not use high–pressure cleaners or steam jets.
Oven exterior
Wipe the oven with water and a little washing-up
liquid. Dry it with a soft cloth.
Caustic or abrasive substances are not suitable. If
any such substances come into contact with the
frontage, wipe it off immediately with water.
Notes
Slight differences in the colours on the appliance
front are caused by the use of different materials,
such as glass, plastic and metal.
Shadows on the door panel which resemble smears
are reflections from the oven light.
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Appliances with stainless
steel fronts
Always remove any flecks of limescale, grease,
cornflour and egg white immediately. Corrosion can
form under such flecks.
Use stainless steel care products. Follow the
manufacturer’s instructions. Try out the product on a
small area first, before using on the whole surface.
Appliances with aluminium
fronts
Use a mild window-cleaning detergent. Wipe the
area with a soft window cloth or a fluff-free
micro-fibre cloth, using a horizontal action without
applying pressure.
Aggressive cleaning products, scratchy sponges and
rough cleaning cloths are not suitable.
Oven
Never use coarse scouring pads or cleaning
sponges. Oven cleaner may only be used on
enamelled oven surfaces
For ease of cleaning
you can switch on the oven light and detach the
oven door.
Detaching the oven door
The oven door can be easily detached.
1. Open the oven door fully.
2. Move the two locking levers on the left and
right-hand sides.
3. Half–close the oven door.
With both hands, grip the bottom of the door on
the left and right-hand sides.
Close the door a little more and pull it out.
After cleaning, re-install the oven door, following the
instructions in reverse order.
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Cleaning the catalytic
surfaces of the oven
The rear wall, top and side walls of the oven are
coated with self-cleaning enamel. The surfaces clean
themselves while the oven is in operation. Large
splashes may only disappear after the oven has
been used several times.
Never use oven cleaner on self-cleaning surfaces.
If the self-cleaning surfaces of the oven are no
longer cleaning themselves sufficiently, they can be
regenerated using the cleaning function.
Should the enamel become slightly stained, this will
not affect its self-cleaning properties.
Cleaning the oven floor
Use hot soapy water or a vinegar solution.
It is best to use oven cleaner if the oven is very dirty.
Only use oven cleaner in a cold oven.
Never use oven cleaner on the self-cleaning surfaces
of the oven.
Note:
Enamel is baked on at very high temperatures. This
can cause some slight colour variation. This is
normal and does not affect the function. Do not use
coarse scouring pads or strong cleaning agents to
remove such discolorations.
The edges of thin trays cannot be completely
enamelled. As a result, these edges can be rough.
Anti-corrosion protection is guaranteed.
Cleaning the glass cover
for the oven light
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It is best to clean the glass cover with washing-up
liquid.
Cleaning function
Main and Mini oven
The cleaning function is a regeneration program.
If the self-cleaning components of the oven are no
longer cleaning themselves sufficiently, they can be
regenerated using this function. They are then fully
operational again.
Remove accessories and ovenware from the oven.
Caution
Before you do this, you must clean the oven
surfaces which are not self-cleaning. Otherwise
stains may appear that cannot be removed.
Setting procedure
Main oven
1.
2.
3.
4.
Set the function selector to 3D hot air
˜.
Set the temperature selector to clean.
Press the
6 button until the ? symbol flashes.
Use the + button to set 1.00 hour.
The setting is adopted after a few seconds.
The oven will switch off automatically after one hour.
Switch off the function selector.
Mini oven
1. Set the function selector to t.
2. Set the temperature selector to clean.
Heat the clean function for 1.00 hour.
The mini oven has no automatically disconnection
off the clean function.
Switch off the function selector and the temperature
selector.
When the oven has cooled
Wipe away salt residues from the self-cleaning
components using a moist cloth.
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Cleaning the glass
panels
Main and Mini oven
The glass panel on the oven door can be removed to
assist in cleaning.
Removal
1. Remove the oven door and lay it down on a cloth
with the handle underneath.
2. Unscrew the cover on top of the oven door. Turn
the screws clockwise or anti-clockwise with a
coin to do this. (Fig. A).
3. Slide out the top panel. (Fig. B).
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Main oven
4. Unscrew the clips on the right and left and
remove them (Fig. C).
Remove the panel.
Clean the glass panels with glass cleaner and a soft
cloth.
Installation
Make sure that the message „Right above“ is upside
down at the bottom left of both panels.
1. Push the glass panel back at an angle. (Fig. D).
2. Fit the clips and screw them in again. (Fig E).
3. Push the top panel back in. Make sure that the
smooth surface is facing outwards.
4. Replace the cover and screw it back on.
5. Refit the oven door.
The oven must not be used again until the panels
have been correctly installed.
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Mini oven
Removal
1. Press in the retaining clip with your thumb on one
side and disengage the inner door glass e.g.
with the spatula, then repeat on the other side.
(Fig. C).
Installation
Installation after cleaning:
1. Insert inner door glass into the holder. First
engage the right side and then the other side.
(Fig. D)
2. Push the top panel back in. Make sure that the
smooth surface is facing outwards.
3. Replace the cover and screw it back on.
4. Refit the oven door.
The oven must not be used again until the panels
have been correctly installed.
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Cleaning the rails
The rails can be removed for cleaning.
To unhook the rails:
1. Lift the rail at the front in an upwards direction
2. and unhook it.
3. Then pull the whole rail forward and take it out.
Clean the rails using either washing-up liquid and a
sponge or a brush.
To hook rails back into position:
When installing the rails, do not twist them,
otherwise the shelf positions for the accessories
will not correspond.
First insert the rail in the rear socket,
push it back slightly and then hook it into the front
socket.
The rails fit both the left and right sides.
Main oven:
Recess (a) must always be at the bottom.
Mini oven:
The extension (a) must always be at the top.
Seal
Clean the seal on the oven with washing-up liquid.
Never use caustic or abrasive detergents.
Accessories
Immediately after use, soak the accessories in
washing-up liquid. Food residues can then be easily
removed with a brush or sponge.
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Troubleshooting
Should a malfunction occur, it is often only due to a
minor fault. Please read the following instructions
before calling the after-sales service:
Problem
Possible cause
Comments/remedy
The oven does not work.
Blown fuse
Look in the fuse box and check that
the fuse is in working order.
The clock display flashes.
Power cut
Reset the time.
Repairs may only be carried out by fully trained
after-sales service technicians.
Improper repairs may constitute serious hazards to
the user.
Replacing the oven
light
Method
If the oven light fails, it must be replaced. 40 watt
heat-resistant spare bulbs can be obtained from the
after-sales service or specialist shops.
Only use these bulbs.
1. Switch off the oven fuse in the fuse box.
2. Place a tea towel in the cold oven to prevent
damage.
3. Unscrew the glass cover by turning it
anti-clockwise.
4. Replace the oven light with one of the same type.
5. Screw the glass cover back on.
6. Remove the tea towel and switch the fuse back
on.
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Replacing the glass cover
The glass cover on the oven light must be replaced if
it is damaged. Replacement glass covers may be
obtained from the after-sales service. To this end,
please specify the E number and FD number of your
appliance.
After-sales service
Our after-sales service is there for you if your oven
needs repairing.You will find the address and
telephone number of your nearest after-sales service
centre in the phone book. The after-sales service
centres listed will also be happy to advise you of a
service point in your local area.
E number and FD number
Please quote the E number (product number) and the
FD number (production number) of your appliance
when contacting the after-sales service. The rating
plate containing these numbers is found on the right,
on the side of the oven door. You can make a note of
these numbers in the space below to save time in the
event of your appliance malfunctioning.
E no..
FD no.
After-sales service 37
Packaging and old appliances
Your new appliance was protected by suitable
packaging while it was on its way to you. All
materials used for this purpose are environmentally
friendly and can be recycled. Please make a
contribution to protecting the environment by
disposing of the packaging appropriately.
Old appliances are not worthless rubbish.
Environmentally-conscious recycling can reclaim
valuable raw materials.
Before disposing of your old appliance, please make
sure that it is unusable, or label it with a sticker
stating „Caution, scrap“.
Up-to-date information on how to dispose of your
old appliance and the packaging from the new one
can be obtained from your retailer or local authority.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with
European Directive 2002/96/EG concerning used
electrical and electronic appliances (waste electrical
and electronic equipment – WEEE). The guideline
determines the framework for the return and
recycling of used appliances as applicable
throughout the EU.
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Tables and tips
This table contains a selection of dishes and the
optimum settings at which to cook them. You can
find out which type of heating and temperature is
best for your dish, which accessories to use, and at
which oven level the dish should be inserted. You will
find a variety of tips about ovenware and
preparation, and a small troubleshooting section in
case anything should go wrong.
Cakes and pastries
Baking on one level
If you are baking cakes on one level, you should use
top/bottom heating t. This will give the best results
for your cakes.
Baking tins
It is best to use dark baking tins. You should use
3D-hot air when using thin baking tins, or glass
containers. This means, however, that the baking
time is increased and the cake does not brown so
evenly.
Always place the cake tin on the wire grill.
Tables
The values in the table apply to dishes placed in a
cold oven. This saves energy. Shorten the baking
times indicated by 5 to 10 minutes if you have
preheated the oven.
The tables show which type of heating is best for
different cakes and bakes.
The temperature and cooking time you select
depends on the quantity and type of pastry. This is
why „ranges“ are given in the tables. You should try
to use a lower temperature setting to start with,
since this allows more even browning. If necessary,
use a higher temperature setting the next time.
More information can be found in the „Baking tips“
section which follows the tables.
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Main oven
Conventional heat
Food
Dish
Shelf
position
Cooking
method
Temp. °C
Time,
minutes
Victoria sandwich
20 cm tin
2
170
20-30
Light fruit cake
20 cm tin
2
160
75-85
Fruit crumble
Glass dish
3
180
35-45
Jam tarts*
12 hole bun tin
2
200
15-20
Yeast cookery*
(f. ex. Pizza)
universal pan
2
t
t
t
t
t
210
20-30
Tarts**
20 cm plate or pie tin
1
210
40-50
Quiches**
Glass dish
1
210
40-50
Swiss Roll*
Swiss roll tin
2
200
10-12
Rich Biscuits
baking tray
3
180
15-20
Souflés*
1,2 l soufflé dish
2
180
35-45
Pies**
Pie dish
2
t
t
t
t
t
t
200
45-55
*
Preheat oven
** For a crispy bottom always place dish on the universal pan
3D-Hot air
Food
Dish
Shelf
position
Cooking
method
Temp. °C
Time,
minutes
Rich fruit cake
l 23 cm round tin or
20 cm square cake tin
2
˜
140
175-195
Meringues
universal pan
3
80
125-155
Pavlova
universal pan
3
˜
˜
150*+
100
65-95
160
55-65
Jacket Potatoes
*
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Preheat oven
universal pan
2
˜
Main oven
Conventional baking
Food
Dish
Shelf
position
Cooking
method
Temp. °C
Time,
minutes
Bread
loaf tin
(900 g or 2 x 450 g)
1
t
220
25-35
Scones*
baking tray
1
210
15-20
Yorkshire Pudding*
12 hole bun tin
2
t
t
200
30-40
*
Preheat oven
Main oven
3D-Hot air
Baking on 2 or 3 levels
Food
Dish
Shelf
position
Cooking
method
Temp. °C
Cooking
time, min
Victoria sandwich
20 cm tins
1+3
160
40-50
Scones*
baking trays
1+3
170
25-35
Jacket potatoes
wire racks
1+3
160
65-75
Biscuits
baking trays**
1+3
2+3+5
˜
˜
˜
˜
160
150
25-30
30-35
Small Cakes*
baking trays**
1+3
150
30-40
Meringues
baking trays**
1+3
2+3+5
˜
˜
80
80
125-155
125-155
Full meal
universal pan +
wire rack
1+4
˜
180
80-90
*
Preheat oven
** When baking on two levels, use the universal pan provided, at shelf position three. When baking on
three levels, use the universal pan at shelf position two. The universal pan can be removed earlier.
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Baking tips
You wish to cook to your own
recipe.
Refer to the instructions in the tables for similar types of food.
How to check that a sponge
cake is cooked properly.
Approximately 10 minutes before the end of the baking time given
in the recipe, pierce the tallest point of the cake with a cocktail
stick. The cake is done if the cocktail stick comes out clean.
The cake collapses.
Next time, use less liquid or decrease the oven temperature by
10 degrees. Observe the cooking times in the recipe.
The cake has risen in the centre
but is lower at the edges.
Do not grease the sides of the springform cake tin. As soon as the
cake is done, carefully loosen the cake around the edges using a
knife.
The cake is too dark at the top.
Insert it at a lower level in the oven, select a lower temperature and
cook the cake a little while longer.
The cake is too dry.
Use a toothpick to make small holes in the finished cake. Then
drizzle fruit juice or alcohol over the top. Next time you should
decrease the temperature by around 10 degrees and reduce the
baking times.
The bread or cake (e.g.
cheesecake) looks fine, but is
soggy on the inside (soft, with
watery areas).
Next time you should add a little less liquid and cook for a little
longer at a lower temperature. Cakes with fruit topping: Precook the
base first of all. Sprinkle with almonds or breadcrumbs and then
place the topping over this. Please observe the recipe and the
baking times.
The pastry is unevenly browned.
Select a slightly lower temperature to ensure that the pastry is
baked more evenly. Delicate pastry should be baked on one level
using top/bottom heating t. Baking paper that protrudes over the
food can affect the air circulation. For this reason, always cut the
baking paper to fit the baking tray.
The fruit cake is too light at the
Use the deeper universal pan next time.
bottom. The fruit juice flows over.
You were baking on several
levels. The food on the top
baking tray is darker than that
on the bottom baking tray.
Always use 3D hot air ˜ when baking on several levels. Baking
trays that are placed in the oven at the same time will not
necessarily be ready at the same time.
Condensation is formed when
baking cakes containing fresh
fruit.
Baking may result in the formation of water vapour. It escapes
above the door handle. The steam may settle and form water
droplets on the control panel or on the fronts of adjacent units.
This is a normal physical process.
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Meat, poultry, fish
Ovenware
You may use any heat-resistant dishes. The universal
pan is also suitable for larger roasts.
Always place the dishes in the centre of the wire grill.
Hot glass dishes should be placed on a dry kitchen
towel after being removed from the oven. The glass
could crack if placed on a cold or wet surface.
Advice on roasting
The roasting result depends on the type and quality
of meat.
Add 2 to 3 soup spoons of liquid to lean meat, and
8 to 10 soup spoons of liquid to pot roasts,
depending on the size.
Meat should be turned half way through the cooking
time.
When the roast is ready, switch off the oven and
leave the roast to stand for 10 minutes with the oven
door closed. This allows the meat juices to distribute
more favourably.
Advice on grilling
Always close the oven door when grilling.
If possible, use pieces of meat which are of the
same thickness. They should be at least 2 to 3 cm
thick. Such pieces will be browned evenly and stay
juicy and soft in the middle. Only salt the steaks after
they have been grilled.
Place the pieces of meat directly onto the wire grill. If
you are grilling just one piece of meat, it will turn out
best if you place it in the centre of the wire grill.
You should also insert the universal pan at level 1.
The meat juices are collected here and the oven is
kept clean.
Turn the pieces of meat after two thirds of the
cooking time indicated.
The grill element automatically switches itself off and
back on again. This is normal. The number of times
this happens depends on the grill setting you have
selected.
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Main oven
Roasting
Food
Shelf
Cooking
position method
Beef rare
1
Beef medium
1
Beef well done
1
Beef filet
1
Lamb medium
1
Lamb well done
1
Pork
1
Chicken, Duck, Goose and Turkey up
to 5 kilo
1
Large Turkey
1
Chops and chicken joints
2
Temperature °C Cooking time mins
per 1 lb
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
210-230
10+15
210-230
15+20
210-230
20+25
220-230
15+20
160-180
20+20
160-180
25+25
190-210
30+30
140-180
20+20
,
,
160-180
13+13
180-200
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Grilling
Food
Shelf
Cooking
position method
Grill setting
Cooking time mins
per 1 lb
Meet steaks, bacon
5
2 or 3
12-22
Sausages and Fish fingers
4
3
15-20
Fish
4
2
10-20
Toast, 9 pieces
5
3
4-5
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x
x
x
x
Tips for roasting
and grilling
The table does not contain
information for the weight
of the roast.
Select the next lowest weight from the instructions and extend the
time.
How can you tell when the roast
is ready?
Use a meat thermometer (available from specialist shops) or carry
out a „spoon test“. Press down on the roast with a spoon. If it feels
firm, it is ready. If the spoon can be pressed in, it needs to be
cooked for a little longer.
The roast is too dark and the
crackling is partly burnt.
Check the shelf position and temperature.
The roast looks good, but the
juices are burnt.
Next time, use a smaller roasting dish or add more liquid.
The roast looks good, but the
juices are too clear and watery.
Next time, use a larger roasting dish or add less liquid.
Steam rises from the roast when
the juice is basted.
Use hot air grilling instead of top/bottom heating. This prevents the
bottom of the roast from becoming too hot, thereby producing less
steam.
Frozen foods
Main oven
Please observe the instructions on the packaging.
The values in the table apply to dishes placed in a
cold oven.
Meal
Use for
Level Type of Temperature
heating in °C
Fruit strudel*
Universal pan
3
T
180-200
45-55
French fries*
Universal pan
3
210-230
25-30
Pizza*
Wire rack
2
t
t
200-220
15-20
Pizza baguette*
Wire rack
2
T
200-220
15-20
*
Cooking time in
minutes
Line the accessories with greaseproof paper. Please ensure that the greaseproof paper is suitable for use
at these temperatures.
Note
The universal pan may become warped when baking
frozen foods. This is caused by the considerable
temperature fluctuations which affect the accessories.
This warping is eliminated during the baking process.
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Defrosting
Main oven
Remove the food from its packaging and place it in a
suitable dish on the wire grill.
Please observe the instructions on the packaging.
The defrosting times depend on the type and amount
of food.
Meal
Accessories Level Type of Temperature
heating in °C
Frozen foods*
Wire rack
e.g. cream gateaux, cream cakes, cakes with
chocolate or icing, fruit, chicken, sausages and meat,
bread, rolls, pastries and other baked goods.
*
2
˜
The temperature
selector remains
switched off
Cover frozen food with microwave foil. Place poultry onto the plate with the breast side down.
Drying
Main oven
Only use perfectly fresh fruit and vegetables, and
wash them thoroughly.
Allow the food to drain well and dry it yourself.
Line the universal pan and wire rack with baking
paper or greaseproof paper.
Meal
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time in
hours
600 g apple rings
2+4
80
Approx. 5
800 g sliced pears
2+4
80
Approx. 8
1.5 kg prunes or plums
2+4
80
Approx. 8-10
200 g fresh herbs, washed
2+4
˜
˜
˜
˜
80
Approx. 11/2
Note
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Very moist fruit or vegetables should be turned
several times. Once dried, remove the food from the
paper immediately.
Preserving
Main oven
Preparation
The jars and rubber sealing rings must be clean and
intact. Use jars of the same size if possible. The
instructions in the table refer to round 1-litre jars.
Caution Do not use larger or taller jars. The lid could
crack.
Only use perfectly fresh fruit and vegetables.
Wash them thoroughly.
Pour the fruit or vegetables into the jars. Wipe clean
the tops of the jars again if necessary. They must be
clean. Place a wet rubber sealing ring and lid on
each jar and lock the jars using clamps.
Do not place more than six jars in the oven.
The times specified in the tables are guidelines only.
They can be influenced by the room temperature, the
number of jars and the amount and temperature of
the jar contents. Before you change settings or
switch off the appliance, make sure that the contents
of the jars are actually bubbling.
Setting procedure
1. Place the universal pan on level 2. Place the jars
inside the pan so that they do not come into
contact with each other.
2. Pour 1/2 litre of hot water (approx. 80 °C) into the
universal pan.
3. Close the oven door.
4. Switch the function selector to s.
5. Set the rotary knob to 170 to 180 °C.
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Preserving fruit
As soon as the contents of the jars begins to simmer,
that is when small bubbles appear at short intervals –
after about 40 to 50 minutes – turn off the function
selector.
The jars should be removed from the oven after being
reheated for 25 to 35 minutes. If the food is left to
cool in the oven for longer, bacteria might form,
causing the preserved fruit to spoil prematurely.
Fruit in 1-litre jars
After bubbling
Reheating
Apples, red/blackcurrants, strawberries
turn off
approx. 25 minutes
Cherries, apricots, peaches, gooseberries
turn off
approx. 30 minutes
Apple purée, pears, plums
turn off
approx. 35 minutes
Preserving vegetables
As soon as the contents of the jars begins to simmer,
set the rotary knob back to approximately 120 to
140 ºC. The table shows when you can switch off the
oven Allow the vegetables to stand in the oven for a
further 30 to 35 minutes.
Vegetables with cold stock in 1-litre jars
After bubbling
120-140 °C
Reheating
Cucumbers
–
approx. 35 minutes
Beetroot
approx. 35 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Brussel sprouts
approx. 45 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Beans, kohlrabi, red cabbage
approx. 60 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Peas
approx. 70 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Remove the jars
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Never place the hot jars on a cold or wet surface as
this could cause the glass to crack.
Energy saving tips
Only preheat the oven if it specifies in the recipe or in
the table in the instruction manual that you should do
so.
Use non-stick, black painted or enamelled tins.
They absorb the heat especially well.
If you have several cakes to bake it is best to bake
them one after the other. The oven is still warm. This
shortens the baking time for the second cake. You
can also put two baking tins in one after the other.
For long cooking times, the oven can be switched off
10 minutes before the end of the cooking time and
the remaining heat can be used to finish the cooking.
Acrylamide in food
Experts are currently discussing how dangerous
acrylamide in food can be. We have compiled this
information sheet for you on the basis of current
research.
Where does acrylamide
come from?
Acrylamide in food does not come from external
contamination. It is formed in the food itself during
preparation – provided that the food contains
carbohydrate and protein. Exactly how this happens
has not yet been completely explained. However, it
appears that the acrylamide content is strongly
influenced by
high temperatures
a low water content in food
intensive browning of the food.
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What sort of foods are
afected?
Acrylamide forms mostly in grain and potato
products that are prepared at high temperatures,
e.g.:
crisps, chips,
toast, rolls, bread,
baked goods made from shortcrust pastry (speciality
biscuits and cakes).
What can you do?
You can avoid high levels of acrylamide when baking,
frying and grilling.
The following recommendations were published by
AID1 and BMVEL2 to help you minimise acrylamide
levels:
In general
Keep cooking times as short as possible.
„Brown rather than burn“ – cook food only until it is
golden brown.
The larger and thicker the food is, the less
acrylamide it contains.
Baking
Set the temperature to a maximum of 200 ºC when
using the top/bottom heating setting, and to a
maximum of 180 ºC for the 3D-hot air setting.
Cookies: Set the temperature to a maximum of 190 ºC
when using the top/bottom heating setting, and to a
maximum of 170 ºC for the 3D-hot air setting. The
presence of egg or egg yolk in a recipe reduces the
formation of acrylamide.
Spread oven chips evenly over the baking sheet in
one layer where possible. To prevent the food from
drying out quickly, place at least 400 g on each
baking sheet.
1
AID “Acrylamide“ information leaflet, published by AID (German
Evaluation and Information Service for Nutrition, Agriculture and
Forestry) and BMVEL (German Federal Ministry for Consumer
Protection, Food and Agriculture), as at 12/02,
Internet: http://www.aid.de.
2
BMVEL press release 365, as at 4.12.2002,
Internet: http://www.verbraucherministerium.de
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Test dishes for the main oven
refering to EN 60350.
Baking
Food
Dish and notes
Shelf
position
Cooking
method
Temp. °C
Cooking
time min
Small cakes
baking tray
3
160-180
25-35
Small cakes
(preheat oven)
baking tray
baking tray + universal pan*
3
1+3
150-170
150-170
25-35
30-40
Fatless sponge
cake
baking tin
(dark coated)
2
t
˜
˜
t
150-170
30-40
Apple pie
2 wire racks + 2 tinplate
springform cake tins
l 20 cm
2+4
placed
diagonally
˜
180-200
75-85
1 wire racks + 2 tinplate
springform cake tins
l 20 cm
1 in the
centre
alongside
one another
t
190-210
70-80
*
When baking on two levels, use the universal pan provided, at shelf position three.
Grilling
Food
Dish and notes
Shelf
Cooking
position method
Grill setting
Cooking
time min
White bread
(preheat oven 10 min)
wire rack
5
x
Setting 3
1-2
Beefburger*
wire rack
4
x
Setting 3
25-30
*
Turn the burgers over after 12-15 min. Insert the universal pan at level 1.
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Assembly Instructions
For the installer
and kitchen expert!
Important installation
notes
Properly dispose of packaging materials.
Do not use oven door handle for
transporting or handling the unit during
installation.
WARNING: Connection and first start of the
appliance may only be performed by an
authorised specialist.
Connection must be made using an
H 0 5 R R - F 3 G 1,5 mains connection cable.
Rated consumption, rated voltage and type
no. of the appliance:
See appliance nameplate behind the oven door
to the left beneath the side edge of the oven.
The unit's nameplate is located at on the
sidewall of the unit.
Electrical safety of the appliance can be ensured
only if the equipment earth in the building
installation has been installed according to
regulations.
The connection diagramm is
located on the rear panel of the
appliance.
220-240V ~
L
N
On the installation side a separating device shall
be provided. Any switch with a contact gap
exceeding 3 mm may be considered a separating
device. Other examples are LS switches, fuses
and contactors.
In the case of repairs interrupt all power
connections to the unit.
The properly installed appliance must be covered
on all sides in such a fashion that not even
components with rough insulation are exposed to
the touch.
The cover must be removable with tools only.
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Installation of the
built-in oven
Push the oven into the cabinet aperature and
align the unit until it is in a level position.
Open the oven door and, using one screw on
each side, fasten the built-in oven to the side
strips of the conversion cabinet.
The two screws (supplied with the built-in oven)
must be started slightly outward.
Verify that the built-in oven is positioned securely
and in a level position, and that the required
installation dimensions have been maintained.
Furniture requirements
Oven housings from virtually all lines of kitchen
furniture are suitable for installing the built-in
oven. However, the veneers or plastic laminates
on the conversion cabinets must be applied with
heat-resistant adhesive (90 °C).
If plastic laminates or cement are not sufficiently
heat-resistant, warping, bubbling or detachment
of the finish may result.
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Notes
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Notes
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Robert Bosch Hausgeräte GmbH
9000 065 754
Printed in Germany 0405 Es.