Canon 8595B003 Digital Camera User Manual

Instructions for Installation and Use
Electric Multifunction Oven
Model BS63
Model BS73
CONTENTS
Introduction
For Your Safety
Know your Oven
The Controls
Cooking Advice
Cooking Chart
Care and Cleaning
Installation
Electrical Connection
After Sales Service
Hotpoint Guarantee
Key Contacts
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Back Cover
Retention of this Instruction Book
This Instruction Book must be kept handy for reference as it contains important details on the safe and proper use of the
appliance.
If you sell or pass the appliance to someone else, or move house and leave it behind, make sure this Book is also provided
so the new owner can become familiar with the appliance and safety warnings.
If the Book is lost or damaged a copy may be obtained from:
GDA LTD., Morley Way, Peterborough, PE2 9JB
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Introduction
Your new electric oven is guaranteed* and will give lasting service. This guarantee is only applicable if the appliance has
been installed in accordance with the installation instructions detailed in this booklet.
To help make best use of your cooking equipment, please read this booklet carefully.
The oven is designed specifically for domestic use and responsibility will not be accepted for use in any other installation.
Note: When the oven is first used, an odour may be omitted - this will cease after a short period of use.
To help remove the 'new' smell, heat the empty oven to maximum temperature for a minimum of two to three hours, keeping
the door/s closed. Ensure that the room is well ventilated (eg. open a window or use an extractor fan) and that persons
who may be sensitive to the odour avoid any fumes. It is suggested that any pets be removed from the room until the smell
has ceased.
This odour is due to any temporary finish on oven linings and elements and any moisture absorbed by the insulation.
* The guarantee is subject to the provisions that the appliance:
(a) Has been used solely in accordance with this booklet.
(b) Has been properly connected to a suitable supply voltage as stated on the rating plate, attached to the
appliance.
(c) Has not been subjected to misuse or accident or been modified or repaired by any person other than the
manufacturers authorised employee or agent.
(d) Has been correctly installed.
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For Your Safety
When used properly your appliance is completely safe but as with any electrical product there are certain
precautions that must be observed.
PLEASE READ THE BELOW PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USING YOUR APPLIANCE.
To maintain the efficiency and safety of this appliance, we recommend you do the following:
- only call the Service Centres authorised by the manufacturer.
- always use genuine spare parts.
ALWAYS:
- make sure you remove all packaging and literature from
inside the appliance before switching on for the first time.
- check the soundness of the appliance after it has been
unpacked.
- make sure you understand the controls before using the
appliance.
- keep children away from the appliance during use, as
surfaces will get extremely hot during and after cooking. Care
should be taken to avoid touching the heating elements inside
the oven during use.
- make sure the controls are turned off when you have finished
cooking and when not in use.
- grip the handle in the centre when opening the door.
- stand back when openign the door to allow any build up
of steam or heat to disperse.
- use dry, good quality oven gloves when removing items.
- take care to avoid heat/steam burns when operating the
controls.
- switch off the electricity supply at the wall switch, and
allow to cool, before cleaning or performing maintenance..
- make sure the shelves are in the correct position before
switching on the oven.
- keep the door partially open when grilling.
- keep the door closed when the appliance is not in use.
- keep the appliance clean as a build up of grease or fat
from cooking can cause a fire.
- follow the basic principles of food handling and hygiene to
prevent the possibility of bacterial growth.
- keep any ventilation slots clear of obstructions.
NEVER:
- attempt to install or repair the appliance without the
assistance of qualified personnel.
- operate the grill with the door closed (except when using
the rotisserie) as this may cause the appliance to overheat.
- remove the oven shelves whilst the oven is hot.
- allow anyone to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.
- store items above the appliance that children may attempt
to reach.
- heat up unopened food containers, as pressure can build
up causing the container to burst.
- use the appliance to heat up anything other than food.
- use the appliance as a room heater.
- use the grill to warm plates.
- dry items on the oven doors.
- install the appliance next to curtains of other soft furnishings.
- allow children to play with or tamper with the controls.
- use steam cleaners.
- use the oven for storage purposes.
- use flammable liquids near the appliance.
- use adapters, multiple sockets and/or extension leads.
- pull on the appliance or the supply able to unplug it from
the electrical outlet.
- allow power cables of other appliances to come into contact
with hot parts of this appliance.
- expose the appliance to atmospheric agents, such as
rain or sunlight.
- operate the appliance with wet hands.
- operate the appliance when barefoot.
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Know your Oven
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Function selector
Temperature control
Electronic programmer - Allows you to programme the
desired cooking mode by selecting the cooking time and
the end cooking time. It can also be used as a timer.
F. Grill Pan or Baking Tray
G. Oven Shelf
H. Guides for sliding the shelf or grill pan/baking tray in
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Cooking time
End cooking time
Minute Minder
Decrease / Buzzer volume
Increase / Temperature display
Minute Minder indicator
Pre-heating (m flashing) or cooking (m on) under
way indicator
9. Programming complete indicator
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The Controls
The 7 Chefs oven combines the advantages of a convection oven with those of fan assisted models in a single appliance.
It is extremely versatile allowing you to choose easily and
safely between 7 different cooking modes. The various features offered by the oven are selected by means of the function selector “B” situated on the control panel.
Cooking without the Programmer
When function selector “B” is in position 0, temperature con-
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trol “C” and buttons
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and t are disabled.
Set the function selector “B” to the desired cooking mode
and the recommended cooking temperature will appear on
the display (which is independent from the position of
the temperature control “C”).
If the value offered is not the one you require, you can change
the temperature, 10° at a time, by turning the temperature
control “C”.
Each cooking mode is also associated with a recommended
cooking time, which can be decreased down to 2 min or
Setting the digital clock
The time can only be set on the clock when the function
selector “B” is in position 0.
After the appliance has been connected to the power supply, or after a power failure, the clock display will automatically reset to 0:00 and begin to blink. 0.00.
p button, followed by s and/or t. Upon releasing button o or ,
increased up to 9h59min, by pressing the
Press button s or t to increase or decrease the time.
Upon releasing these buttons, the time set will be memorised, but you still have another 3 seconds to continue your
modification.
Any changes to the time can be made by pressing button
the cooking time set will be memorised, but you still have
another 3 seconds to continue your modification.
Keep in mind that, in the case of non programmed cooking,
the set cooking time does not include the time required for the
oven to heat up to the appropriate temperature.
Notice: the cooking start will automatically be postponed by
r and holding it down, until the time appears back on the
display and then pressing button s or t. Upon releasing these buttons, the time set will be memorised, and you
still have another 3 seconds to continue your modification.
q
2 minutes when you press the
button. To cancel this
setting, set the function control “B” back to position 0.
o
To start cooking, press the
: button. for safety reasons, if
you fail to do the above within one minute after you have
set the function control “B”, the word -END will come up on
the display and the buttons will be disabled. To enable the
buttons again, just set the function control “B” back to position 0.
Once cooking has started, the oven begins the pre-heating
The oven light
Set the function selector “B” to the 8 symbol to turn it on. It
lights the oven and stays on when any of the electrical heating
elements in the oven come on.
Please remember that once cooking is over, the oven light
will stay on until the function selector “B” is set back to position 0 or until the oven has cooled down sufficiently.
m
phase, during which icon
flashes on the display and
the cooking temperature set comes up too.
When it is reached, you will hear three consecutive beeps
m
and icon
will come on permanently. Now you can place
the food to be cooked inside the pre-heated oven.
Note: The pre-heating phase is not foreseen for the FAST
COOKING and GRILL modes, and the oven will
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consequently start cooking immediately after button
is
pressed.
Please remember that when cooking is under way, you can
always:
• modify the cooking mode (by turning the function control
“B”) without this affecting the temperature and cooking
time set;
•
•
Check the selected temperature by pressing button t.
modify the temperature (by turning the temperature control
“C”);
•
modify the cooking time (by pressing button
p and
hen s or t to increase or decrease the amount of
time).
• stop it at any time by setting the function selector “B”
back to 0.
When the set cooking time is up, a buzzer will sound, and
will stop doing so after 1 minute or if you press any button
whatsoever. The word -END will appear, the control panel
and the temperature control “C” will be disabled until the
function selector “B” is set to position 0.
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The Controls
Keep warm phase
To keep food you have just cooked warm, the oven keeps
the internal fan on at the end of all cooking modes that foresee the use of the fan. The forced circulation of air will stop
when knob “B” is set to position 0 or when the oven has
cooled down.
requiring a gratin finish or for those requiring considerably
prolonged cooking times, such as for example: lasagne,
pasta bakes, roast chicken and potatoes, etc… Moreover,
the excellent heat distribution makes it possible to use lower
temperatures when cooking roasts. This results in less loss
of juices, meat which is more tender and a decrease in the
loss of weight for the roast. The Multi-cooking mode is especially suited for cooking fish, which can be prepared with the
addition of a limited amount of condiment, thus maintaining
their flavour and appearance.
The Multi-cooking mode is also perfect for baking leavened
cakes.
Moreover, this mode can also be used to thaw quickly white
or red meat and bread by setting the temperature control to
80 °C. Defrosting - this mode can be used to thaw more
delicate foods, set the temperature control to 60°C or use
only the cold air circulation feature by setting the temperature
control to 0°C.
The Cooking Modes:
Convection
Position the temperature selector “C” between 40°C and
250°C.
The top and bottom heating elements are used. In this mode,
the coolest part of the oven is the centre. The convection
oven is best for cooking dishes made up of several ingredients, e.g. tender veal strips with rice, braised meats, stews,
goulash etc.) and dishes that need to cook slowly and require basting or the addition of liquid and cooking using covered casserole dishes for oven baking. When cooking in
convection mode, only use one baking tray or shelf at a
time, otherwise the heat distribution will be uneven. Using
the different shelf position available, you can balance the
amount of heat between the top and the bottom of the oven.
Select from among the various shelf positions based on
whether the dish needs more or less heat from the top.
Pizza Mode
Position the temperature control “C”: between 40°C and
250°C.
The bottom and circular heating elements, as well as the
fan, will come on. This combination rapidly heats the oven
due to the large amounts of power used by the appliance
(2800 W), which results in the production of considerable
heat coming mostly from the bottom.
The pizza mode is ideal for foods requiring high temperatures
to cook, like pizzas and large roasts. Only use one baking
tray or shelf at a time. However, if more than one is used,
these must be switched halfway through the cooking
process.
Fan Mode
Position the temperature control “C”: between 40°C and
250°C.
The rear heating element and the fan come on, guaranteeing
delicate heat distributed uniformly throughout the oven.
This mode is ideal for baking and cooking delicate foods especially cakes that need to rise - and for the preparation
of certain tartlets on 3 shelves at the same time. Here are a
few examples: cream puffs, sweet and savoury biscuits,
savoury puffs, Swiss rolls and small portions of vegetables
au gratin, etc…..
Grill
Position the temperature control “C”: between 1 and 5.
(1 being the minimum setting and 5 being the maximum).
The top central heating element and the rotisserie come on.
The extremely high and direct temperature of the grill makes
it possible to brown the surface of meats and roasts while
locking in the juices to keep them tender. The grill is also
highly recommended for dishes that require a high temperature on the surface: beef steaks, veal, rib steak, filets, hamburgers etc...
Always leave the oven door ajar during cooking, except
when using the rotisserie.
Some grilling examples are included in the “Cooking Advice”
section.
“Fast cooking” Mode
Position the temperature control “C”: between 40°C and
250°C.
All the heating elements and the fan come on, guaranteeing
constant heat distributed uniformly throughout the oven.
This mode is especially recommended for cooking pre-packed
food quickly (as pre-heating is not necessary), such as for
example: frozen or pre-cooked food) as well as for a few
“home-made” dishes.
The best results when cooking using the “Fast cooking” mode
are obtained if you use one cooking shelf only (the second
from the bottom), please see the table entitled “Cooking
Advice”.
Fan Grilling Mode
Position the temperature control “C”: between 40°C and
250°C.
The top central heating element, the fan and the rotisserie
come on.
This combination of features increases the effectiveness of
the unidirectional thermal radiation of the heating elements
through forced circulation of the air throughout the oven. This
helps prevent food from burning on the surface, allowing the
heat to penetrate right into the food. Excellent results are
achieved with kebabs made with meats and vegetables,
sausages, ribs, lamb chops, chicken in a spicy sauce, pork
chops, swordfish, tuna steaks etc.
All cooking using the “Gratin” must be done with the oven
door shut.
Multi-cooking Mode
Position the temperature control “C”: between 40°C and
250°C.
All the heating elements and the fan, will come on. Since the
heat remains constant and uniform throughout the oven, the
air cooks and browns food uniformly over its entire surface.
With this mode, you can also cook various dishes at the
same time, as long as their respective cooking temperatures
are the same. A maximum of 2 shelves can be used at the
same time, following the instructions in the section entitled:
“Cooking On More Than One Shelf”.
This Multi-cooking mode is particularly recommended for dishes
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The Controls
Burn-free system
When using the rotisserie, remember that the oven is fitted
with a special system which allows the food to continue to
rotate even when the cooking time is up. This will prevent
the thermal inertia of the oven from affecting in any way the
quality of the food cooked in rotisserie mode.
Please remember that once cooking is over, the spit will
continue to rotate until the function selector “B” is set back to
position 0 or until the oven has cooled down sufficiently.
How to set a programme to automatically switch off
and on:
To programme the cooking mode, follow the instructions below:
•
•
Minute Minder Feature
The timer can only operate with the oven switched off and
the function selector “B” set to position 0.
Please remember that the timer does not control the starting
or stopping of the oven, it merely sounds a buzzer when
the time is up and can be interrupted at any time just by
pressing any button.
To set the timer, briefly press button
adjustments using s or t.
•
r and then make
Upon releasing button s or t, the time set is memorised
but you still have another 3 seconds to continue making
any changes. The display will reset to show the time and
•
n
countdown will begin immediately. The icon will remind
you the Minute Minder is on.
Once the countdown is over, a buzzer will sound, and will
stop doing so after 1 minute or if you press any button whatsoever.
Please remember that the countdown is reset and the
icon comes off once cooking starts.
n
Buzzer volume
The volume of the buzzer can be adjusted, either with the
oven switched off or even during cooking, just by pressing
button s until you attain the desired tone.
select the cooking mode by turning function selector “B”,
and turn the temperature control “C” to required setting.
select the cooking time by pressing button p. The recommended cooking time will appear on the display, and
it can be altered by pressing s or t until the desired
cooking time comes up. Upon releasing the buttons, the
cooking time set will be memorised, but you still have
another 3 seconds to continue your modification. Remember that, in this case, the value entered also includes the
time required for the oven to reach the desired temperature.
select the end cooking time by pressing button q. The
current end cooking time is displayed. This is calculated
by adding the cooking time previously set to the current
time. Press button s or t until the display shows the
time you want the food to be ready. Upon releasing the
buttons, the end cooking time set will be memorised, but
you still have another 3 seconds to continue your modification.
press button o to activate the programme. For safety
reasons, if button o is not pressed within one minute
after you have set function selector “B”, the word -END
will come up on the display and the buttons will be disabled. To enable the buttons again, just set knob “B” back
to position 0.
When awaiting a delayed start, indicated by icon “A”/
”Auto”, the display will remind you of the end cooking
time alternated with the temperature set. During this wait,
you may not make any changes to the settings made
except for those pertaining to the temperature and cooking mode.
Note: if the oven is already hot, the light and the fan on
the inside will stay on until it has cooled down sufficiently.
To cancel a cooking schedule already programmed
To cancel any programming you have made, set the function selector “B” to position “0”.
The cancellation will be confirmed by the word -OFF that
appears for 3 seconds on the display.
Cooling ventilation
In order to cool down the exterior of the appliance, some
models are equipped with a cooling fan which comes on
automatically when the oven is hot.
When the fan is on, a normal flow of air can be heard exiting
between the oven door and the control panel.
Note: When cooking is finished, the fan stays on until
the oven cools down sufficiently.
Note: In “Fast Cooking” mode, the fan comes on
automatically only once the oven is hot.
Notice: the appliance is fitted with a diagnosis system which
detects any malfunctions. The user is informed of the latter
by messages such as “Fn Fm” that come up on the display
(n and m = single digit numbers). In these cases, you need
to call for technical assistance as the oven is faulty.
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Cooking Advice
Using the “Fast Cooking” Mode
Functional, fast and practical for those of you who use
frozen or pre-cooked food along with other food items. You
will find useful suggestions in the “Cooking Chart” .
The oven offers a wide range of alternatives which allows
you to cook any type of food in the best possible way.
With time you will learn to make the best use of this versatile
cooking appliance and the following are only a guide, which
may be varied according to your own personal taste.
Using the Grill
The “7 Chefs” oven offers you several different grilling modes.
Use the “grill” mode, with the oven door ajar, placing
the food in the centre of the grill pan (situated on the 3rd or
4th shelf from the bottom).
When using this mode, we recommend you set the temperature control to the highest setting. Lower temperatures
can also be set, simply by setting the temperature control to
the temperature required.
Setting “Fan grilling”, is extremely useful for grilling foods
rapidly, as the distribution of heat makes it possible not
only to brown the surface, but also to cook the bottom
part.
Moreover, it can also be used for browning foods at the
end of the cooking process, such as adding that gratin
finish to pasta bakes.
When using this mode, place the shelf on the 2nd or 3rd
shelf position from the bottom (see cooking table) then, to
prevent fat and grease from dripping onto the bottom of the
oven and thus smoke from forming, place a baking tray on
the 1st shelf position from the bottom.
Important: always cook in “Fan grilling” mode with
the oven door shut. This will allow you both to obtain
excellent results and to save on energy (approximately
10%).
When using this mode, we advise you to set the temperature control to 200°C, as it is the most efficient way to use
the grill, which is based on the use of infrared rays. However, this does not mean you cannot use lower temperatures, simply by adjusting the thermostat knob to the desired temperature.
Cooking on More Than One Shelf
If you have to cook food on several shelves, use either
the “fan” mode or the “Multi-cooking” mode, as these are
the only modes that allow you to do so.
When cooking delicate food on more than one shelf, use
the “fan” mode, which allows you to cook on 3 shelves at
the same time (the 1st, 3rd and 5th from the bottom). Some
examples are included in the “Cooking Chart”.
When cooking other food on several shelves, use the “Multicooking” mode keeping the following suggestions in mind:
• The oven is fitted with 5 shelves. During fan assisted
cooking, use two of the three central shelves; the lowest
and highest shelves receive the hot air directly and therefore delicate foodstuffs could be burnt on these shelves.
• As a general rule, use the 2nd and 4th shelf from the
bottom, placing the foodstuffs that require greater heat
on the 2nd shelf from the bottom. For example, when
cooking meat roasts together with other food, place the
roast on the 2nd shelf position from the bottom and the
more delicate food on the 4th shelf position from the bottom.
• When cooking food that require differing times and
temperatures, set a temperature that is somewhere
between the two temperatures required, place the more
delicate food on the 4th shelf position from the bottom
and take the food requiring less time out of the oven first.
• Use the baking tray on the lower shelf position and the
shelf on the upper;
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Cooking Advice
Cooking Fish and Meat
When cooking white meat, fowl and fish, use temperature
settings from 180 °C to 200 °C.
For red meat that should be well done on the outside while
tender and juicy in the inside, it is a good idea to start with a
high temperature setting (200°C-220°C) for a short time, then
turn the oven down afterwards.
In general, the larger the roast, the lower the temperature
setting. Place the meat on the centre of the shelf and place
the grill pan/baking tray beneath it to catch the fat.
Make sure that the shelf is inserted so that it is in the centre of
the oven. If you would like to increase the amount of heat
from below, use the low shelf positions.
Baking Cakes
When baking cakes, always preheat the oven. Make
sure you wait until the oven has preheated thoroughly. Do
not open the oven door during baking to prevent the cake
from dropping. In general, if:
Pastry is too dry
Increase the temperature by 10°C and reduce the
cooking time.
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Use less liquid or lower the temperature by 10°C.
Cooking Pizza
For best results when cooking pizza, use setting for “
Pizza Mode”:
• Preheat the oven for at least 10 minutes
• Use a light aluminium pizza pan, placing it on the shelf
supplied with the oven. If the baking tray is used, this
will extend the cooking time, making it difficult to get a
crispy crust;
• Do not open the oven door frequently while the pizza is
cooking;
• If the pizza has a lot of toppings (three or four), we
recommend you add the mozzarella cheese on top
halfway through the cooking process.
• If cooking on more than one shelf (up to 2), we advise
you to use the Multi-cooking Mode as the Pizza Mode
would heat the bottom shelf more than the others.
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Cooking Chart
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Care and Cleaning
Befor carrying out any cleaning and maintenance to your
appliance you must disconnect it from the power supply.
Disassembling the oven door
The oven door can easily be removed to clean the space
between the bottom of the door and the front of the oven. To
disassemble the door, proceed as follows:
- open the oven door fully,
- lift up and turn the small levers situated on the two hinges,
- shut the door, but not completely,
- grip the door on the two external sides and pull it towards
you, pulling it out of its seat.
Reassemble the door by following the above procedures
in reverse order.
Inside the oven
We recommend you clean your oven each time you use it,
especially after cooking roasts. In fact, it is advisable to prevent
food residue from building up during cooking: the residue would
be re-cooked each time the oven is used and would char
and release smoke and unpleasant odours.
Oven exterior
Clean the enamelled or stainless steel exterior surfaces of
your oven using a sponge soaked in soapy water, making
sure you rinse and dry these thoroughly, without using abrasive
or corrosive products which could damage them.
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2
3
Stainless steel
Rinse stainless steel parts and dry them thoroughly using a
soft cloth. Use a specific non-abrasive product to remove
tougher stains,
DO NOT use aluminium foil to line the bottom of the oven.
To avoid having to clean the bottom of the oven, you may be
tempted to line it with some aluminium foil. We strongly advise
against this. The aluminium foil sheet in direct contact
with the heated enamel coating could melt and damage
the enamel coating inside the oven irreversibly.
Cleaning the rotisserie and other accessories
The rotisserie can be removed completely thanks to the 2
wing nuts. The elements comprising the rotisserie assembly
should be cleaned together with the other accessories (dripping
pan, grid) in the sink using a damp sponge and ordinary
detergent or even in your dishwasher.
Rubber Seal
There is a rubber seal surrounding the oven opening which
guarantees its perfect functioning. Check the condition of this
seal on a regular basis. If necessary, clean it using warm
water and dry thoroughly.
DO NOT use abrasive products or objects to do so. Should
the seal become damaged, please contact Hotpoint Service
(see KEY CONTACTS, back page). We recommend you
avoid using the oven until it has been repaired.
Replacing the Oven Lamp
• Disconnect the oven from the power supply by means
of the omnipolar switch used to connect the appliance to
the electrical mains; or unplug the appliance if the plug is
accessible.
• Remove the glass cover of the lamp-holder;
• Remove the lamp and replace with a lamp resistant to
high temperatures (300°C) with the following characteristics:
- Voltage: 230/240 V
- Wattage 25W
- Type E14
• Replace the glass cover and reconnect the oven to the
power supply.
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Installation
The appliance must be installed only by a qualified person in compliance with the instructions provided. The
manufacturer declines all responsibility for improper installation which may harm persons and animals and damage
property.
Important: The power supply to the appliance must be cut
off before any adjustments or maintenance work is done on
it.
The panels of the adjacent cabinets must be made of heatresistant material. In particular, cabinets with a veneer exterior must be assembled with glues which can withstand
temperatures of up to 100 °C.
In compliance with current safety standards, contact with
the electrical parts of the oven must not be possible once it
has been installed.
All parts which ensure the safe operation of the appliance
must be removable only with the aid of a tool.
For the correct centring of your appliance, position the 4 tabs
on the sides of the oven in correspondence with the 4 holes
on the perimeter of the frame. In particular, if the cabinet side
panel:
• is 20 mm thick: the removable part of the tab must be
removed (Fig. A);
• is 18 mm thick: use the first groove, which is factory-set
(Fig. B);
• is 16 mm thick: use the second groove (Fig.C)
23 mm.
Installation of Built-in Ovens
In order to ensure that the built-in appliance functions properly, the cabinet containing it must be appropriate. The figure
below gives the dimensions of the cut-out for installation under the counter or in a wall cabinet unit.
m.
593 mm.
558
mm
.
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567 mm.
595 mm.
45 m
595
.
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.
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Fig. A
.
595 mm.
mm
575-585 mm.
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45
595
Fig. C
To fasten the oven to the cabinet, open the door of the
oven and attach it by inserting the 4 wood screws into the
4 holes located on the perimeter of the frame.
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In order to ensure adequate ventilation, the back panel of
the cabinet unit must be removed. Installing the oven so that
it rests on two strips of wood is preferable. If the oven rests
on a continuous, flat surface, there must be an aperture of
at least 45 x 560 mm.
m.
m
560
45 m
m.
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Electrical Connection
Electrical connection
The electrical connection to the mains must be made on
the appliance. The power voltage and frequency are as
indicated on the rating plate.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
Power cable supply connection to the electrical
mains:
We recommend you use a power supply cable which is
long enough to allow you to take the oven out of its recess
in the event of maintenance operations (only use HAR - H
05 - RRF quality cables fitted with a plug conforming to the
regulations in force.
The plug must be accessible at all times.
Mounting the power supply cable
To open the terminal board:
• Using a screwdriver, press on the tabs situated on each
side of the terminal board cover.
Unplug the appliance before all operations, even when
replacing the oven lamp.
• Pull open the terminal board cover.
Using the appliance without correct earthing is highly
dangerous.
To mount the power supply cable, proceed as follows:
• Unscrew the cable clamp screw and the contact screws
L-N-6.
• Fasten the wires beneath the screwheads using the following
colour scheme: Blue (N) Brown (L) Yellow-Green 6
• Fasten the power supply cable in the corresponding
cable clamp and close the cover.
IMPORTANT:
After connecting the appliance to the flexible cable, tighten
all the screws on the terminal board.
Electrical Connection:
This appliance conforms to the following EEC Directives:
4
N
Low Voltage Equipment
73/23/EEC
93/68/EEC
2
L
Electromagnetic Compatibility
89/336/EEC
93/68/EEC
Voltage Frequency: 230 V-1+N 50Hz
Fuse Section: 16A
Supply cable: 3x1.5mm2
Inner dimensions of the oven:
width
43.5cm
depth
40.0cm
height
32.0cm
You can connect your oven to the system means of a
terminal board. Refer to above information for the
minimal cable sections and the calibration of the
protective elements according to the connection.
If the appliance is installed with a junction box, an
omnipolar circuit breaker - with a minimum contact
opening of 3mm - should be installed between the
appliance and the mains.
Voltage and frequency of power supply:
230-240V
50-60Hz
2250-2400W
ENERGY LABEL
Directive 2002/40/EC on the label of electric ovens
Norm EN 50304
Energy consumption for Natural convection
heating mode: a Convection
Declared energy consumption for Forced convection Class
heating mode: u Fan
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Notes
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Notes
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After Sales Service
"No company is better positioned to offer an after sales service on a
Hotpoint appliance than us - the manufacturer"
As part of our commitment to you, all Hotpoint appliances have the added benefit of a fully inclusive parts
and labour guarantee for the first 12 months. In addition to this you also have the advantage of free
replacement parts for the first 5 years when fitted by a Hotpoint
engineer. When the 12 months parts and labour guarantee expires we offer the following after sales
service options:
Repair Service and Information Help Desk
UK: 08709 066066
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 302 200
Note: Our operators will require the Model number and the Serial number of your appliance
Available 364 days a year with a fast, effective and value for money service. We have the largest white
goods repair service in the UK with over 1200 of our own fully trained engineers. All repairs include a parts
and labour guarantee for 12 months from the date of the repair.
If you require any information or have any questions about your appliance, our operators are on hand with
help and advice.
All this ensures that you will receive the best available after sales service possible.
Extended Warranties
UK: 08709 088 088
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 502 200
Whether you have just one or a number of Hotpoint appliances in your kitchen, we offer two service cover
plans to give you total peace of mind.
l Repair Protection Plan
FREE service repairs for a single Hotpoint appliance during the period
of cover.
l Kitchen Cover
FREE service repairs for all your Hotpoint appliances less than 8
years old.
Genuine Parts and AccessoriesUK: 08709 077 077
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: (01) 842 6836
A wide range of genuine parts and accessories are available from our hotline or through our web site.
Genuine parts and accessories, extended warranties and service repairs are all
available on our web-site at:
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
GB
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Guarantee
"Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back"
We give you a unique 'satisfaction guaranteed' promise - valid for 90 days - after you have
purchased your Hotpoint appliance. If there is a technical problem simply call Hotpoint Repair service or
visit our web-site at www.theservicecentre.co.uk and where necessary, we will arrange for an
engineer to call. If the technical problem is not resolved under this guarantee, we will replace your
machine or, if you prefer, give you your money back.
All Hotpoint appliances carry a fully inclusive 12 month parts and labour guarantee as well as free
replacement parts for the first 5 years (except microwaves, selected integrated appliances and cooker
hoods, which have a one year guarantee) provided that they are fitted by a Hotpoint engineer.
Guarantee terms and conditions
Your guarantee is only applicable in the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland and is subject to the
following provisions that your appliance:
l
Has been installed and used correctly in accordance with this instruction booklet.
l
Has been used solely for domestic purposes and is located on domestic premises (ie. not for
commercial or trade use).
l
Has been properly connected to a suitable electrical supply voltage as stated on the appliance
rating plate.
l
Has not been subject to misuse, accident, modified or repaired by anyone other than one of our
own service engineers.
For pre purchase information on any other Hotpoint product call: 08701 50 60 70
or visit: www.hotpoint.co.uk
Recycling & Disposal Information
As part of Hotpoint's continued commitment to helping the environment, Hotpoint reserves the right to
use quality recycled components to keep down customer costs and minimise material wastage.
Please dispose of packaging and old appliances carefully.
To minimise risk of injury to children, remove the door, plug and cut mains cable off flush with the
appliance. Dispose of these parts separately to ensure that the appliance can no longer be plugged into
a mains socket, and the door cannot be locked shut.
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Key Contacts
After Sales Service
Over 1200 trained specialists, directly employed by us, ensure that you can have complete confidence in
both the appliances and services we offer.
Repair Service and Information Desk
UK: 08709 066 066
(Open 8 to 8 Mon - Fri, 8 to 6 Sat, 10 to 4 Sun & Bank Holidays)
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 302 200
Note: Our operators will require the following information:
Model number:
Serial number:
Extended Warranties
UK: 08709 088 088
(Open 8 to 8 Mon - Sun)
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 502 200
Genuine Parts and Accessories
UK: 08709 077 077
(Open 8-30 to 5-30 Mon - Fri & 9 to 12 Sat)
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: (01) 842 6836
General Domestic Appliances Limited, Morley Way, Peterborough, PE2 9JB.
195.039.607.01
September 2003 Part no. FP144 - 01
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