DeLonghi AD1099 Oven User Manual

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CONVECTION OVEN WITH ELECTRONIC CONTROLS
FOUR A CONVECTION AVEC COMMANDES
ÉLECTRONIQUES
HORNO DE CONVECCIÓN CON MANDOS
ELECTRÓNICOS
FORNO VENTILADO COM COMANDOS
ELECTRÓNICOS
Instructions for use
Mode d’emploi
Instrucciones de uso
Instruções
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CONTENTS
GENERAL
1.1 Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.2 Description and accessories provided . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.3 Important safeguards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.4 Summary of operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
1.5 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE MODES
2.1 Setting the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
2.2 Pizza Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
2.3 Bake and Fan/Bake functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
2.4 Broil function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
2.5 Keep warm function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
2.6 Defrost function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
2.7 Rotisserie function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
2.8 Dehydrate function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
3.1 Care and cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
All it requires is a nearby 120 Volt 60 Hz three-prong grounded power socket.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
BE SURE THAT YOUR OUTLET
IS PROPERLY GROUNDED
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of
electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current.
This appliance is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with a grounding plug.
The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded.
WARNING: IMPROPER USE OF THE GROUNDING PLUG CAN RESULT IN A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
If you are uncertain that your outlets are properly grounded, please contact a qualified electrician or serviceman.
If it is necessary to use an extension cord, use only a three-wire extension cord that has a 3-blade grounding plug, and a 3-slot receptacle that will accept the plug on the appliance. The marked rating of the
extension cord shall be equal to or greater than the electrical rating of the appliance.
• The cord length of this product has been selected to reduce the possibility of tangling in or tripping
over a longer cord. If more cord length is needed, an extension cord may be used. It should be rated
no less than 15 amps., 120 volts, and have Underwriters Laboratories/CSA listing.
• A six feet long, 15 amp. extension cord may be purchased from your local authorized service facility.
When using a longer cord, be sure not to let it drape over the working area or dangle where someone
could accidentally pull or trip over it.
• Handle the cord carefully for longer life; avoid jerking or straining the cord at the plug and appliance
connections.
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CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL
1.1 - CONTROL PANEL
CONVERSION TABLE:
°C
120
135
150
163
177
190
205
218
233
245
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
13
14
15
16
°F
250
275
300
325
350
375
400
425
450
475
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
17
12
18
Display
ON power light
KEEP WARM indicator light
BROIL indicator light
FAN/BAKE indicator light
BAKE indicator light
PROGRAM button
PIZZA button/indicator light
TIMER button
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
TEMPERATURE button
STOP/CANCEL button
“-” button
CLOCK button
DEFROST indicator light
ROTISSERIE indicator light
DEHYDRATE indicator light
START button
“+” button
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Chapter 1 - General
1.2 - DESCRIPTION AND ACCESSORIES PROVIDED
H
A
B
C
I
E
F
L
D
M
G
N
P
O
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Upper heating element
Oven light
Clasp for drop down heating element
Rotisserie spit mount
Control panel
Lower heating element
Crumb tray with heat deflectors
H
I
L
M
N
O
P
Shallow pan
Wire rack (two provided)
Pizza tray
Spit
Spit supports
Lasagne tray
Dehydrator kit (optional)
guide 1
guide 2
guide 3
guide for crumb tray ONLY.
The CRUMB TRAY (G) shall be always
inserted as shown for perfect results
CRUMB TRAY (G)
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Chapter 1 - General
1.3 - IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
When using electric appliances basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following:
1) Read all instructions.
2) The temperature of the door or the outer surfaces may be high when the appliance is operating: only
ever touch the plastic knobs and handles.
3) To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plugs, in water or other liquid. See instructions for cleaning.
4) The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
5) Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Always press the STOP/CANCEL button
before unplugging. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts and before cleaning the appliance.
6) If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent or a similary qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
7) The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause injuries.
8) Do not use outdoors.
9) Do not place heavy objects on the open door. Do not forcefully push the open door down. Do not
place hot pans/baking tins (just removed from the oven) onto the open door.
10) Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
11) Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven. Do not place anything on
top of the oven while in use.
12) Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil or other hot liquids.
13) If the plug gets hot, please call a qualified electrician.
14) Do not use this appliance for other than intended use.
15) Use extreme caution when removing the shallow pan (H) or disposing of hot grease.
16) Do not clean oven with metal scouring pads. Pieces can break off the pad and touch electrical parts
creating a risk of electric shock.
17) To disconnect the appliance, press the STOP/CANCEL button. Then unplug the cord from the wall outlet.
18) To assure safe operation, oversized utensils or food must not be inserted into the oven.
19) Condensation and a grease deposit may form around the door and the air and steam outlet vents. This
is normal.
20) CAUTION: Never leave the oven unattended when in use (expecially when broiling).
21) Extreme caution should be exercised when using containers other than ovenproof metal, glass or
ceramic.
22) Do not store any materials other than the manufacturer’s recommended accessories in the oven when
not in use.
23) Do not place any of the following materials in the oven: paper, cardboard, plastic and the like.
24) Do not cover crumb tray or any part of the oven with metal foil; this can cause overheating of the oven.
Use aluminum foil on or under food only as directed in the appliance instructions.
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: Once having removed the appliance from the packaging, check that the door is intact. As the
door is made from glass, it is fragile, and should be replaced if visibly chipped, scored or scratched. Furthermore, when using, cleaning or moving the appliance, do not slam or bang the door or pour cold liquids on the glass when the appliance is hot.
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1.4 - SUMMARY OF OPERATION
FUNCTIONS
TEMPERATURE
SETTING/DISPLAY
INDICATION
POSITION OF
WIRE RACK/
ACCESSORIES
P1
PIZZA
(ONE LEVEL)
GUIDES
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1
2
P2
3
P3
FAN/BAKE
FOR COOKING
TWO PIZZAS AT
ONCE
TIMER
15 min.
(+5’)
20 min.
(+5’)
25 min.
(+5’)
2
20-30
min.
up to 3
hours
You can cook in bake function with the SHALLOW PAN
(H) inserted either in slot 2 or
3 or with a ovenproof container placed on the WIRE
RACK, again inserted either is
slot 2 or 3. The LASAGNA
TRAY (O) may be also placed
on the WIRE RACK (I).
Bake casserole, fruit dessert,
fish, stuffed vegetables, puddings and other moist foods
that don’t require browning
and crisping.
up to 3
hours
You can cook in fan/bake
function with the SHALLOW
PAN (H) inserted either in
slot 2 or 3 or with a ovenproof container placed on
the WIRE RACK, again
inserted either is slot 2 or 3.
The LASAGNA TRAY (O)
may be also placed on the
WIRE RACK (I).
Roast meats and poultry will
cook faster. Use of a meat
thermometer will help avoid
overcooking.
up to 3
hours
It is possible to cook simultaneously on two level by
inserting the accessories as
shown. An ovenproof container or the LASAGNA
TRAY (O) may be positioned
on the WIRE RACK (I). Ideal
for foods which can be
stirred or turned during the
cooking (e.g. roasted potatoes, on one shelf and chicken parts on the second shelf).
3
1
2
BAKE
250° - 475° F
(see table on page 12)
3
or
1
2
3
1
2
FAN/BAKE
(ONE LEVEL)
250° - 450° F
(see table on page 12)
3
1
2
3
1
2
FAN/BAKE
(DOUBLE LEVEL)
250° - 450° F
3
1
2
3
6
Always use the PIZZA
TRAY (L) inserted in slot
3. Select one of the available PIZZA programs by
pressing repeatedly the
pizza button (8) according to the desired type of
pizza load.
Cooking two pizzas at once
requires cooking directly on the
two wire oven racks, one each in
position 2 and 3. Use fan/bake
setting. It is necessary to switch the
rack position halfway through the
cooking process (see page 9).
1
375° F
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FUNCTIONS
TEMPERATURE
SETTING/DISPLAY
INDICATION
POSITION OF
WIRE RACK/
ACCESSORIES
GUIDES
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TIMER
1
2
BROIL
brl
3
1
up to 2
hours
NOTES/TIPS
During broiling of hamburger, sausages, kebabs and
steaks always put the WIRE
RACK (I) with the food in slot
1 and the SHALLOW PAN
(H) in slot 2 to collect fat
dropping.
Put a oven-proof container
(e.g. the LASAGNA TRAY
(O) on the WIRE RACK (I)
inserted in slot 2.
2
3
1
KEEP WARM
140°F
2
up to 2
hours
Select this function to keep
hot food warm. Do not hold
food more than an hour or
reheat cold food. If not hot
enought for serving press
STOP/CANCEL button.
up to 3
hours
To thaw frozen food in freezer packaging place it on
wire rack or on shallow pan
to catch any juices. Do not
try to thaw large roasts or
allow any food to overthaw
up to 3
hours
Place the skewer and the supports on the SHALLOW PAN
(H) as described on page 17
Then insert the SHALLOW
PAN (H) in the slot 3. Ideal
for poultry, beef, ecc.
up to 14
hours
Use dehydrator shelves or meshes.
Place prepared food on the shelves
and put them on the oven WIRE
RACK (I) inserted in slot 3, without
covering shelves with plastic food
wrap. The fan and low heat will dry
food in 8 to 14 hours. consult a
book on drying foods for treatment
of various foods.
3
1
DEFROST
dEF
2
3
1
ROTISSERIE
rot
2
3
1
DEHYDRATE
dEH
2
3
1.5 - INSTALLATION
1) Check that the appliance has not suffered any damage due to transportation.
2) Place the appliance on a flat, stable surface out of the reach of children (the glass door becomes very
hot while the oven is in operation).
3) Before using this appliance, move it two to four inches away from the wall or any object on the counter
top. Remove any object that may have been placed on top of the appliance. Do not use on surfaces
where heat may be a problem.
4) When a function is started, the power light (2) turns on.
Note: Initial start-up operation may result in minimal smell and smoke (about 15 min.). This is normal. It is due to the protective substance on heating elements which protects them from salt effects
during shipping from the factory.
5) Condensation and a grease deposit may form around the door and the air and steam outlet vents. This is normal.
6) Before using the appliance for the first time, remove all paper contents such as: protection cardboard,
instructions for use, plastic bags and so on.
PLEASE READ AND KEEP THIS BOOKLET HANDY. THE IDEAS AND INSTRUCTIONS WILL HELP YOU MAKE FULL USE OF THE OVEN
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CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROL AND SETTING THE
MODES
2.1 - SETTING THE CLOCK
• When the appliance is connected to the domestic power supply for the first time, or after a power out,
four dashes will appear on the display (--:--).
In order to set the time of day, proceed as described below:
1 Press the CLOCK button (13).
(the hours and the minutes
flash on display)
2 Set the desired time by pushing the “+” or “-” buttons
(12-18). The times set will
begin blinking on the display.
1 Press the CLOCK button (13)
at any time during cooking to
display the current time.
(the display shows the time
set)
• If you wish to change the hour on the dial once it has been set, press the CLOCK button (13) before
proceding to set the new time as described above.
• It is possible to display the current time even after starting a function, by pressing the CLOCK button (13)
(the time is displayed for 3 seconds).
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2.2 - PIZZA FUNCTION
This oven is programmed with a special pizza function from De'Longhi. The program is designed specifically for
cooking pizza dough, to result in the crispy pizza you love. Pizza can be cooked using the De' Longhi pizza
tray provided, or the pizza can be cooked directly on the wire oven rack. (For the popular thick-style "rising
crust" we especially recommend placing pizza on the wire rack.)
Important Note: Always position pizza in the lowest guide (see page 6). Using the pizza program, remember that
it is NOT necessary to preheat the oven.
1 Press the PIZZA button and
select the desired program
(see the table below).
The display will show the
message “P1”, “P2” o “P3”.
2 Press the START button (17). As
you press START, time selected is
reduced of 1 minute. The oven
will start the countdown. At the
end of the set time the control will
emit 4 beeps (and the display will
return to stand-by, showing the
time of the day if previously set).
AND
3 If, during the cooking, you think
to need a longer duration for
your pizza, press the TIMER
button (9) and then add the
desired time (for a maximum of
5 minutes more) by repeadly
pressing the "+" button (18).
• If the START button (17) is not pressed within 3 minutes from the previous setting, the control will return to stand-by.
• The cooking process can be stopped in any moment by pressing the STOP/CANCEL button (11).
NOTES/TIPS TO COOK THE PIZZA
• If the oven is already hot (e.g. in case of sequential pizza cooking), the electronic controll will automatically reduce/adjust the cooking time.
• Always put the pizza on the PIZZA TRAY (L) provided; then insert the tray in slot 3.
• Frozen pizza: remove the pizza from its packaging and put the pizza directly on the PIZZA TRAY (L).
Home - made pizza with fresh dough: prepare the pizza on the well greased PIZZA TRAY (L) or line the
tray with oven-proof paper. We suggest to add mozzarella or soft cheese just five minutes before the
end of cooking: the cheese will melt perfectly without overburning.
• In order to select the right program, refer to the following table;
• Cooking rersult may vary adjust these settings to your individual preferences.
DISPLAY INDICATION
NOTES/TIPS
P1
Ideal for small pizzas (weight 6,5 - 9 ounce)
P2
Ideal for medium frozen pizzas (weight 9 - 18 ounce)
P3
Ideal for big frozen pizzas (weight 18 - 28 ounce) or for home-made pizzas.
COOKING TWO PIZZAS AT ONCE
Note: The Special pizza program is intended only for cooking one pizza at a time, following the instruction above. Cooking two pizzas at once: The special pizza setting cannot be used for cooking two pizzas. However, you can get very
good results with two pizzas following these directions:
Using the two wire oven racks, place one pizza in the lowest position and a second pizza in the middle position (see
page 6). Use Fan/Bake setting (not special pizza setting ) and PREHEAT to 375 degrees. Cook for 15 minutes an then
switch the racks to opposite positions for an additional 10-15 minutes of additional cooking time.
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2.3 - BAKE AND FAN/BAKE FUNCTIONS
1 Press the PROGRAM button (7)
until the desired light will be
illuminated. The display will
show the default temperature
350°F
2 If necessary, the desired temperature can be modified by pressing the temperature -/+ buttons
(12) or (18). The available temperatures are:
250 - 275 - 300 - 325 - 350 375 - 400 - 425 - 450° F (with
BAKE function up to 475° F).
The display will show the chosen
temperature.
3 Then press the TIMER button
(9). The display will show
I:00.
4 Set the time (max 3 hours) by
pressing the “-” (12) and “+”
(18) buttons. Keep the button
pressed for more than 2 seconds to quickly scroll the time
up or down. For each press of
the button the time will
increase or decrease by one 1
minute.
5 Press the START button (17). As
you press START, time selected is
reduced of 1 minute. The oven
will start the countdown. At the
end of the set time the control will
emit 4 beeps and the display will
return to stand-by (showing the
time of the day, if previously set).
• If the cooking time is not set (skipping points 3 and 4), the display will show the countdown starting from the
default duration of 1:00 (1 hour).
• The oven should always be preheated. Wait for the audible signal (3 times 3 short beeps) before placing the
shallow pan (H) with food in the oven.
• The set time can be modified during cooking by simply repeating points 3 and 4. The countdown will automatically restart 3 seconds after the last setting.
• To display the current temperature (during cooking), simply press the TEMPERATURE button (10). To modify the
set temperature, press again, within 3 seconds, one of the two buttons (12 or 18) until the new desired setting
will be displayed.
• If the START button (17) is not pressed within 3 minutes from the previous setting, the control will return to stand-by.
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HEAT CIRC CONVECTION FEATURE WITH FAN/BAKE MODE
To get the most from convection cooking, this DeLonghi oven incorporates
our patented Heat Circ design.
How does it work? When using convection mode, the Heat Circ design
first pulls air down to the heating elements, where it circulates and
becomes very hot. Next, this heated air is transferred into the cooking
chamber and circulated there to enhance cooking results as only convection cooking can. The crumb tray is designed with special heat deflectors
to precisely direct the process.
DeLonghi's Heat Circ feature is designed so that fan-circulated air is the
hottest air in the oven. This enhances the time-saving benefit of convection cooking, and has been proven in our test kitchens to deliver the most
consistent cooking results.
In general, meats and poultry can be cooked in less time (a meat thermometer will help to prevent overcooking). Cakes, pies, cookies, etc. can
be baked at a lower temperature (see charts and recipes).
BAKE mode is used when browning and crisping are less important or undesirable. Use it, following conventional recipes, for casseroles, stuffed vegetables, fish, lasagna, fruit tarts, cheesecakes and other moist mixtures.
CONVECTION BAKING OF CONVENIENCE FOODS
Many convenience foods can be successfully baked or heated by convection on the FAN/BAKE mode. In
general, follow the package directions for temperature and time. However, lower the temperature by 25°F.
for more even cooking of larger items, frozen foods (except waffles and pancakes) and packaged casserole
mixtures. There is such a wide choice of convenience foods on the market and variations in packaging, quantities and
initial temperatures (frozen, refrigerated and shelf temperature) that it’s best to follow the package instructions. Check
the food 5 to 10 minutes before the time is up; you may need to adjust the time and/or temperature for best results.
Here are some tips for different types of convenience foods:
- If directions call for placing the food container on a metal pan or cookie sheet to avoid spills or to aid
even cooking, use the shallow pan provided. Use it or the cookie sheets for foods, such as rolls, cookies,
turnovers or frozen French fries, breaded fish or chicken pieces, that are placed directly on a pan or
cookie sheet.
- Some frozen foods come in “oven-proof” plastic or paper containers which can be cooked in a
microwave oven and, within limits, a conventional oven. Be sure to follow directions for maximum baking temperature. The container can melt or scorch if too high a temperature is used. To be on the safe
side, set the oven 25°F. lower than the recommended temperature.
- When baking packaged mixtures (such as scalloped potatoes, macaroni and cheese, brownies, corn
bread, coffeecake and cake mixes) check the package directions for recommended sizes of pan, casserole
or dish and the proper baking times for each. A 9-inch round or an 11/7 - by 11/2 inch rectangular pan
will fit in the oven with room on all sides for air circulation.
Layer cake mixes can be baked one layer at a time in a 8- or 9-inch round pan or all of the batter in a 3inch deep 9-inch round bundt or spring-form pan.
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TEMPERATURE AND TIME FOR TYPICAL FOODS
The suggested temperature and times will vary depending on the temperature of the food placed in the
oven, the quantity and personal preference. Times given for meat and poultry are for refrigerator temperature. Add five minutes for preheating the oven.
FOOD
FUNCTION TEMPERATURE SETTING
Whole chicken 11FAN/BAKE
12 lbs. Unstuffed.
350°F to 400°F
Pork Loin or Rib
FAN/BAKE
Roast, 3 - 6 lbs.
350°F to 400°F
Pork Baby Back Ribs
FAN/BAKE
1.75 - 2 lbs. in 6 - to
10 - inch strips.
APPROX. TIME
NOTES AND TIPS
120 min. or until internal Put the poultry or the meat
temperature of 175°F in directly in the SHALLOW PAN
(H) inserted in the slot 3. If you
thigh and breast
desire to cook in a oven-proof
90 min. or until internal container, put the container on
temperature of 170°F is the WIRE RACK (I) inserted in
slot 3.
reached.
300°F for 25 min. then Total time 50 min. or
until brown and very
BROIL for 30 min.
tender.
Use the SHALLOW PAN (H) lined
with foil inserted in the slot 3.
Beef Sirloin or Rib
Roast 5 - 7 lbs, FAN/BAKE
boned.
350°F to 400°F
Cornish Hens 1.5
lbs. each, two split FAN/BAKE
into four halves.
350°F to 400°F
45 - 50 min. or until tender and juice is clear
when pierced with fork.
Roast on SHALLOW PAN (H) inserted in slot 2, skin side up. Brush with
orange marmalade or honey. Turn
and brush several times until done.
400°F to 450°F
For 6 to 8 large potatoes. 45 - 50 min. or
until fork-tender.
Wash and pierce raw potatoes with
fork. Rub skins with salad oil if desired.
Bake on the SHALLOW PAN (H) in
the slot 3.
Baking Potatoes
BAKE
BAKE
400°F to 450°F
PIZZA
P3
Pizza, homemade.
Cakes: Layer, Sheet
cake or Loaf cake.
FAN/BAKE
FAN/BAKE
20 - 25 min. depending
on size and topping. Bake
until bubbling hot and Insert the PIZZA TRAY (L) in the slot
crust crisp.
3 (see fig. page 6)
25 min. , automatic program
350°F to 400°F
Insert the WIRE RACK (I) on the
Follow traditional recipe SHALLOW PAN (H) in slot 2. In
timing but lower temper- case of tall rising cakes, place
ature by 25 to 50°F.
the tray in the slot 3.
350°F to 400°F
Follow traditional recipe
timing but lower temperature by 25 to 50°F.
Use 7x11 inch or 8-9
inch square pan or
oven-glass dish.
Pies: Fruit, 9- inch
double crust.
Brownies, Bar,
Cookies
Have roast tied for even cooking.
25 min./lb. for rare
30 min./lb for medium Use SHALLOW PAN (H) in slot 2 or
3.
35 min./lb. well
Insert the WIRE RACK (I) or the
SHALLOW PAN (H) in slot 2.
Grease the pan accurately if
required by the recipe.
The chart and recipes cover various types of food. You can adapt your own favorite foods and recipes by
following the directions for similar foods.
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2.4 - BROILING FUNCTION
1 Select the BROILING function
by pressing the PROGRAM
button (7) until the BROIL
indicator light (4) will be illuminated. The display will
show the message
.
2 Press the TIMER button (9).
The display will show 1:00.
3 Set the time (max 2 hours) by
pressing the “-” (12) and “+”
(18) buttons. Keep the button
pressed for more than 2 seconds to quickly scroll the time
up or down. For each press of
the button the time will
increase or decrease by one 1
minute.
4 Press the START button (17).
As you press START, time
selected is reduced of 1
minute.The oven will start the
countdown. At the end of the
set time the control will emit 4
beeps and the display will
return to stand-by (showing
the time of the day, if previously set).
• If the cooking time is not set, (skipping points 2 and 3) the display will show the countdown starting from
the default duration of 1:00 (1 hour).
• The set time can be modified during cooking by simply repeating points 2 and 3. The countdown will
automatically restart 3 seconds after the last setting.
• If the START button (17) is not pressed within 3 minutes from the previous setting, the control will return
to stand-by.
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Preheat the oven for 5 minutes, with the door slightly ajar (as highlighted in Figure 1).
Once the preheating time is complete, place the food being grilled directly on the wire rack (Figure 2) and
close the door, leaving it ajar, as shown in Figure 3; remember to turn the food half way through cooking.
Important: for best results, place the food on the wire rack (I), leaving an empty space of around 1 in
near the door (see Figure 2).
1 in
fig. 1
fig. 2
fig. 3
To top-brown casseroles with crumb or cheese toppings, place the shallow pan
directly in slot 1; if the food has been prepared on a container, put the container on the wire rack inserted in slot 2 (as shown in the figure 4).
NOTE: Oven-glass dishes should not be exposed to direct broiler heat.
fig. 4
SUGGESTED BROILING TIMES
FOOD
WEIGHT OR THICKNESS
APPROX. TIME (Turn at half time)
Beef Sirloin, Porterhouse 1- 1 1/ in.
2
Steak
Rare 12 - 15 min.
Medium 16 - 18 min.
Beef Flank Steak, Filet
3/4 - 1 in.
Rare 10 - 12 min.
Medium 13 - 16 min.
Hamburger
1 in.
Medium-well 15 - 18 min.
Pork Chop
3/4 - in.
Well 18 - 22 min.
Fish Fillets, Steak
(See note)
1/2 - 1 in.
10 - 16 min.
Chicken Piece, Broiler3 - 4 lb.
fryer
40 - 50 min. until juices run clear when fork-tested
and no pink when cut.
Bacon, Sausage, Links or Up to capacity of broil10 - 15 min. for crisp bacon, well-done sausage.
Patties
rack.
Since fish is non-fatty it can be broiled directly on shallow pan. Broil until it flakes easily with a fork. Thin
fillets need not to be turned.
To correctly toast bread, place the slices as shown in the figure to the side,
that is, leaving 1 in of free space at the ends of the wire rack.
1 in
1 in
FOR TOASTING BREAD ONLY; the oven door must be closed completely (as
shown in the figure to the side)
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2.5 - KEEP WARM FUNCTION
1 Select the KEEP WARM function by pressing the PROGRAM button (7) until the
KEEP WARM indicator light
(3) will be illuminated. The
display will show the temperature 140°F
2 Press the TIMER button (9).
The display will show 1:00.
3 Set the time (max 2 hours) by
pressing the “-” (12) and “+”
(18) buttons. Keep the button
pressed for more than 2 seconds to quickly scroll the time
up or down. For each press of
the button the time will
increase or decrease by one 1
minute.
4 Press the START button (17).
As you press START, time
selected is reduced of 1 minute.
The oven will start the countdown. At the end of the set
time the control will emit 4
beeps and the display will
return to stand-by (showing
the time of the day, if previously set).
• For this function, should be placed in the lowest position (see page 6).
• If the keep warming time is not set, (skipping points 2 and 3) the display will show the countdown starting from the default duration of 1:00 (1 hour).
• The set time can be modified during cooking by simply repeating points 2 and 3. The countdown will
automatically restart 3 seconds after the last setting.
• If the START button (17) is not pressed within 3 minutes from the previous setting, the control will return
to stand-by.
This feature is designed to keep foods warm, after they are cooked for short periods of time without overcooking. We do not recommend keeping foods warm for prolunged periods or using this feature to reheat
frozen or cold foods.
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2.6 - DEFROSTING FUNCTION
1 Select the DEFROSTING function by pressing the PROGRAM button (7) until the
DEFROST indicator light (14)
will be illuminated.
The display will show the
message
.
2 Press the TIMER button (9).
The display will show 1:00.
3 Set the time (max 3 hours) by
pressing the “-” (12) and “+”
(18) buttons. Keep the button
pressed for more than 2 seconds to quickly scroll the time
up or down. For each press of
the button the time will
increase or decrease by one 1
minute.
4 Press the START button (17).
As you press START, time
selected is reduced of 1 minute.
The oven will start the countdown. At the end of the set
time the control will emit 4
beeps and the display will
return to stand-by (showing
the time of the day, if previously set).
• If the defrosting time is not set, (skipping points 2 and 3) the display will show the countdown starting
from the default duration of 1:00 (1 hour).
• The set time can be modified during cooking by simply repeating points 2 and 3. The countdown will
automatically restart 3 seconds after the final setting.
• If the START button (17) is not pressed within 3 minutes from the previous setting, the control will return
to stand-by.
Put the frozen food directly on the WIRE RACK (I) inserted in slot 2. Put the SHALLOW PAN (H) in slot 3 in
order to catch the water dropping from the load during the defrosting process (see page 6).
Portions and pieces of raw meat, poultry and fish, frozen soups, pastry, fruit or leftovers will thaw more
quickly on this setting than on a counter or in the refrigerator.
Thaw only pieces or portions small enough to thaw in an hour or less and do not let food come to room
temperature.
Thawed food held too long or at a warm temperature can cause serious illenss.
Large amounts of food should be defrosted in a refrigerator.
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2.7 - ROTISSERIE FUNCTION
1 Select the ROTISSERIE function by pressing the PROGRAM button (7) until the
ROTISSERIE indicator light
(15) will be illuminated.
The display will show the
message
.
2 Press the TIMER button (9).
The display will show 1:00.
3 Set the time (max 3 hours) by
pressing the “-” (12) and “+”
(18) buttons. Keep the button
pressed for more than 2 seconds to quickly scroll the time
up or down. For each press of
the button the time will
increase or decrease by one 1
minute.
4 Press the START button (17).
As you press START, time
selected is reduced of 1 minute.
The oven will start the countdown. At the end of the set
time the control will emit 4
beeps and the display will
return to stand-by (showing
the time of the day, if previously set).
• If the rotisserie time is not set, (skipping points 2 and 3) the display will show the countdown starting
from the default duration of 1:00 (1 hour).
• The set time can be modified during cooking by simply repeating points 2 and 3. The countdown will
automatically restart 3 seconds after the final setting.
• If the START button (17) is not pressed within 3 minutes from the previous setting, the control will return
to stand-by.
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This function is ideal for cooking chickens on the spit, fowl in general, roast pork and veal. The rotisserie
function can be used for load of up to 10 pounds.
Operate as follows:
fig. 5
fig. 6
Place the food on the spit (P) and hold it firm using the
forks (for best results, tie the meat using kitchen string).
Place the spit supports (Q) on the dripping pan, in the holes
provided.
fig. 8
fig. 7
Place the spit on the supports.
Slide the dripping pan with the food being cooked into
the lower guide (3), tilting the spit supports (Q) to the left.
Make sure the point of the spit 1 is facing forwards
and is correctly inserted into the hole 2.
fig. 9
fig. 10
Once the dripping pan is in place, push the spit into the
turnspit mount (D), tilting the spit supports (Q) to the right.
Close the door, leaving it slightly ajar, as highlighted in
the figure.
For information on the cooking times, refer to the instructions in the table below.
WEIGHT
APPROX. TIME
Chicken
4-5 lbs.
120 min.
Chickens (2)
9-10 lbs.
180 min.
Rost pork
3-4 lbs.
90 min.
Turkey
8-10 lbs.
180 min.
FOOD
The rotisserie function is designed for use with a strict maximum load of 10 pounds. For example, please note that turkey at
maximum 10 pound weight likely requires binding ties to comfortably clear the drip pan. Therefore, it is advised to be conservative with maximum weight when shopping for rotisserie birds. For larger loads, we recommend the Fan/Bake mode.
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2.8 - DEHYDRATING MODE
Please note: The Dehydrating kit is readily available and can be ordered from De’Longhi. Please refer to
address and details stated on carton box and/or warranty card.
1 Select the DEHYDRATING
function by pressing the PROGRAM button (7) until the
DEHYDRATE indicator light
(16) will be illuminated.
The display will show the
message
.
2 Press the TIMER button (9).
The display will show 10:00.
3 Set the time (max 14 hours) by
pressing the “-” (12) and “+”
(18) buttons. Keep the button
pressed for more than 2 seconds to quickly scroll the time
up or down. For each press of
the button the time will increase
or decrease by one 1 minute.
4 Press the START button (17). As
you press START, time selected
is reduced of 1 minute. The
oven will start the countdown.
At the end of the set time the
control will emit 4 beeps and
the display will return to standby (showing the time of the day,
if previously set).
• If the dehydrating time is not set, (skipping points 2 and 3) the display will show the countdown starting
from the default duration of 10:00 (10 hour).
• The set time can be modified during cooking by simply repeating points 2 and 3. The countdown will
automatically restart 3 seconds after the last setting.
• If the START button (17) is not pressed within 3 minutes from the previous setting, the control will return
to stand-by.
FOR DEHYDRATING
- Always preheat the oven before placing the racks with the food inside. When preheating is complete,
the oven will emit three “beeps”.
- Slices of apples, pineapple, pears, peaches or bananas, placed directly on the dehydrating shelves, will
dry in 8 to 14 hours in the gently circulating warm air. Time will depend on the moisture in the fruit.
Herbs can also be dried. However, the limited quantity of vegetables that can be
dried at one time may not be worth your time and attention. Consult a book on
dehydrating food for specific directions as to times, pretreatment and storage of
dried foods.
- Stack the dehydrating shelves on top of one another, and then place them on the wire rack.
- Wait for the audible signal (3 times 3 short beeps) before inserting the wire rack in the
guide 3 (see figure).
- Always leave the door open to the stop position.
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CHAPTER 3 - CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
3.1 - CARE AND CLEANING
Always unplug the oven-broiler and allow it to cool
before cleaning. This unit has been designed and
engineered with your safety in mind. To assure maximum
safe operation, keep unit clean free of grease and build up
of food particles.
The internal cavity of your oven is covered with a special
enamel to which splashes and food particles do not stick,
thus making cleaning particularly simple. Do not clean
interior with metal scouring pads.
fig. 11
C
Pieces can break off and touch electrical parts, creating
risk of electrical shock.
To clean the glass door, use a glass cleaner or a damp
cloth. Wripe dry with a clean cloth. To clean the exterior
finish, use a damp, sudsy cloth. For stubborn stains, a nonabrasive liquid cleaner or spray glass cleaner may be
used. Do not use metal scouring pads, as they might mar
the finish. Always remove cleaning agents by polishing
with a dry cloth.
A
fig. 12
Slide the crumb tray (G) out from under the bottom of your
oven (see fig. 11). Wash by hand. Should the soilage be
difficult to remove, rinse the crumb tray with hot soapy
water and if necessary, scour it delicately, without
scratching it.
fig. 13
To make the cleaning of the inside of the oven easier, the
upper heating element (A) can be lowered by pulling the
clasp for drop down heating element (C) (fig. 12-13).
IMPORTANT: after cleaning, reposition and reattach the
electrical element (fig. 14). The oven must be not used
with the element in the lowered positioned.
OVEN LIGHT
The oven light (B) is always on when the oven is on. To
replace the bulb, proceed as follows:
• unplug the appliance from the power socket
• unscrew the protective glass cover (X), by turning it
anti-clockwise, and replace the bulb (Y) with a new one
of the same type (see Fig. 15). Replace the protective
glass cover (X).
Only use bulbs suitable for ovens (T572°F)
N.B. The oven can still be used even if the bulb is burntout
fig. 14
X Y
fig. 15
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Limited Warranty
What Does This Warraty Cover? We warrant each appliance to be free from defects in material and workmanship. Our obligation under this warranty is limited to replacement or repair, free of charge at our factory or
authorized service centers, of any defective part or parts there of other than parts damaged in transit, which shall
be returned to us, transportation prepaid. This warranty shall apply only if the appliance is used in accordance with
the factory directions which accompany it, and on an Alternating Current (AC) circuit.
How Long Does The Coverage Last? This warranty runs for one year from the date of delivery and applies
only to the original purchaser for use.
What Does This Warranty Not Cover? This warranty does not cover defects or damage of the appliance
which result from repairs or alterations to the machine outside our factory or authorized service centers, nor shall it
apply to any appliance which has been subject to abuse, misuse, negligence or accidents. Also, consequential and
incidental damages resulting from the use of this product or arising out of any breach of contract or breach of this
warranty are not recoverable under this warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
How Do You Get Service? If repairs become necessary or spare parts are needed, plase write to:
De’Longhi America Inc.
Park 80 West Plaza One 4th floor
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
or call Service Tel. No. 1-800-322-3848
De’ Longhi CANADA
1040 Ronsa Court
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO
L4W 3Y4 CANADA
The above warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties and representations; All implied warranties are limited
to the applicable warranty period set forth above. This limitation does apply if you enter into an extended warranty
with De’Longhi. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions
may not apply to you. De’ Longhi does not authorize any other person or company to assume for it any liability in
connection with the sale or use of its appliance.
How Does State Law Apply? This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
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