Electrolux 41056VH Electric Pressure Cooker User Manual

41056VH
User manual
Free standing electric
cooker
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Dear Customer
Thank you for choosing one of our highquality products.
With this appliance you will experience the perfect combination of functional
design and cutting edge technology.
Convince yourself that our appliances are engineered to deliver the best per
formance and control indeed we are setting the highest standards of excel
lence.
In addition to this you find environmental and energy saving aspects as an inte
gral part of our products.
To ensure optimal and regular performance of your appliance please read this
instruction manual carefully. It will enable you to navigate all processes perfect
ly and most efficiently.
To refer to this manual any time you need to, we recommend you to keep it in a
safe place. And please pass it to any future owner of the appliance.
We wish you much joy with your new appliance.
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The following symbols are used in this user manual:
Important information concerning your personal safety and information on
how to avoid damaging the appliance.
General information and tips
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Environmental information
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Contents
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Contents
Operating Instructions
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Safety instructions
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Description of the Appliance
General Overview
Control Panel
Cooking surface
Oven Features
Oven accessories
Before Using for the first time
Setting and changing the time
Initial Cleaning
Using the Rings
Setting the heat setting
Switching on the dual fry/cook area
Residual heat indicator
Using the Oven
Switching the Oven On and Off
Oven Functions
Inserting the Combination Shelf, Baking Tray and Roasting Pan
Inserting/Removing the Grease Filter
Clock Functions
Switching Off the Time Display
Uses, Tables and Tips
Pans
Cooking table
Baking
Baking table
Table for Bakes and Gratins
Frozen Ready Meals Table
Roasting
Roasting table
Grill Sizes
Grilling table
Defrosting
Defrosting table
Drying
Making Preserves
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Contents
Cleaning and Care
Outside of the appliance
Cooking surface
Hob Frame
Oven interior
Accessories
Fat Filter
Oven Shelf Runner
Cleaning the Oven Shelf Runner
Oven Lighting
Oven Ceiling
Oven door
Oven door glass
Pan drawer
What to do if …
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Disposal
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Instruction on setting up
Setting up
Making the appliance level
Safety information for the installer
Guarantee/Customer Service
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Service
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Operating Instructions
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Operating Instructions
1 Safety instructions
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This appliance conforms with the following EU Directives:
– 73/23/EEC dated 19.02.1973 Low Voltage Directive
– 89/336/EEC dated 03.05.1989 EMC Directive inclusive of Amending Directive
92/31/EEC
– 93/68/EEC dated 22.07.1993 CE Marking Directive
Electrical safety
• This appliance must be only connected by a registered electrician.
• In the event of a fault or damage to the appliance: Take the fuses out or
switch off.
• Repairs to the appliance must only be carried out by qualified service engi
neers. Considerable danger may result from improper repairs. If repairs be
come necessary, please contact our Customer Services or your dealer.
Child Safety
• Never leave children unsupervised when the appliance is in use.
Safety whilst Using
• This appliance is intended to be used for cooking, roasting and baking food in
the home.
• Take care when connecting electric appliances to sockets nearby. Do not allow
connecting leads to come into contact with or to catch beneath the hot oven
door.
• Warning: Risk of burns! The interior of the oven becomes hot during use.
• Using ingredients containing alcohol in the oven may create an alcoholair
mixture that is easily ignited. In this case, open the door carefully. Do not have
embers, sparks or naked flames in the vicinity when opening the door.
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Safety instructions
Information on acrylamides
According to the latest scientific knowledge, intensive browning of food, espe
cially in products containing starch, can constitute a health risk due to acryla
mides. Therefore we recommend cooking at the lowest possible temperatures
and not browning foods too much.
How to avoid damage to the appliance
• Do not line the oven with aluminium foil and do not place baking trays, pots,
etc. on the oven floor, as the heat that builds up will damage the oven enamel.
• Fruit juices dripping from the baking tray will leave stains, which you will not
be able to remove. For very moist cakes, use a deep tray.
• Do not put any strain on the oven door when open.
• Never pour water directly into the oven when it is hot. This could cause dam
age to or discoloration of the enamel.
• Rough handling, especially around the edges of the front panel, can cause the
glass to break.
• Do not store any flammable materials inside the oven. These could ignite
when the oven is switched on.
• Do not store any moist foods inside the oven. This could damage the oven
enamel.
• After switching off the cooling fan, do not keep uncovered dishes in the oven.
Moisture may condense in the oven interior or on the glass doors and may get
into the units.
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Note on enamel coating
Changes in the colour of the oven’s enamel coating as a result of use do not af
fect the appliance’s suitability for normal and correct use. They therefore do not
constitute a defect in the sense of the warranty law.
Description of the Appliance
Description of the Appliance
General Overview
Control panel
Door
handle
Full glass door
Pan drawer
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Description of the Appliance
Control Panel
Oven Power Indicator
Temperature Pilot Light
Time display
Clock function buttons
Oven Functions
Hob Cooking Zone Control Knobs
Temperature selector
Hob Cooking Zone Control Knobs
Description of the Appliance
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Cooking surface
Single cooking zone
1200W
Double ring cooking zone
2200W
Oven steam outlet
Residual heat indicator
Single cooking zone
1800W
Single cooking zone
1200W
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Description of the Appliance
Oven Features
Top heat and heating elements
Oven lighting
Shelf positions
Fat Filter
Fan heating element
Fan
Bottom Heat
Oven shelf runners,
removable
Description of the Appliance
Oven accessories
Oven shelf
For cookware, cake tins, roasts and grilled
foods.
Baking tray
For cakes and biscuits.
Roasting Pan
For baking and roasting or as a pan for col
lecting fat.
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Before Using for the first time
Before Using for the first time
Setting and changing the time
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The oven only operates when the time has been set.
When the appliance has been connected to
the electrical supply or when there has
been a power cut, the function indicator
Time flashes automatically.
1. To change a time that has already been set,
press the Selection button repeatedly
until the function indicator Time flashes.
2. Using the
time.
or
button, set the current
After approx. 5 seconds, the flashing stops
and the clock displays the time set.
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The appliance is now ready to use.
The time can only be changed if no auto
matic function (Cook time or End
time ) has been set.
Before Using for the first time
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Initial Cleaning
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You should clean the appliance thoroughly before using for the first time.
Wipe the glass ceramic cooking surface with a damp cloth.
Attention: Do not use sharp or abrasive cleaning materials. These could damage
the surface.
For appliances with metal fronts, use normal commercially available cleaning
agents.
1. Turn the oven functions dial to Light .
2. Remove all accessories and the side rails and clean with warm water and wash
ingup liquid.
3. Wash the oven in the same way, with warm water and washingup liquid, and
dry it.
4. Wipe the front of the appliance with a damp cloth.
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Using the Rings
Using the Rings
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When a cooking zone is switched on, it may hum briefly. This is a characteristic
of all ceramic glass cooking zones and does not impair either the function or the
life of the appliance.
Heat settings
• Heat settings can be set from 19.
• Intermediate positions are possible for settings 27.
1 = lowest output
9 = highest output
= double ring switching
Switch the cooking zone off approx. 510 minutes before cooking is finished to
make use of the residual heat. This saves electricity.
front left
rear left
rear right
front right
Hob Cooking Zone Control Knobs
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The cooker has popup ring switches.
Press the ring switch to use it. The switch will then pop up.
Using the Rings
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Setting the heat setting
1. Select the heat setting.
2. To end the cooking process, turn back to the
Off position.
Switching on the dual fry/cook area
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The control for the dual fry/cook area is switched on by turning to the right, and
cannot be turned past the stop!
1. Turn the dual fry/cook control to the right.
Continue turning to Position 9, and onto the
symbol (you will feel a slight resistance).
The stop position will then be clearly detect
able.
2. Finally, turn back to the desired setting.
3. After cooking, turn back to the OFF position.
To use the dual fry/cook area again afterwards, the larger ring must be switched
back on.
Residual heat indicator
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The residual heat indicator lights up, as soon as the corresponding cooking zone
is hot.
Danger! Risk of burns from residual heat. After being switched off, the cooking
zones need some time to cool down. Look at the residual heat indicator.
Residual heat can be used for melting and keeping food warm.
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Using the Oven
Using the Oven
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The oven is equipped with retractable buttons for “Oven functions” and “Tem
perature selection”. To use, press the relevant button. The button then sticks out.
Switching the Oven On and Off
Oven Power Indicator
Oven Functions
Temperature Pilot Light
Temperature selector
1. Turn the oven functions dial to the desired function.
2. Turn the temperature selector to the desired temperature.
The power indicator is lit as long as the oven is in operation.
The temperature pilot light is lit as long as the oven is heating up.
3. To turn the oven off, turn the oven functions dial and the temperature selector
to the Off position.
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Cooling fan
The fan switches on automatically in order to keep the appliance’s surfaces cool.
When the oven is switched off, the fan continues to run to cool the appliance
down, then switches itself off automatically.
Using the Oven
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Oven Functions
The oven has the following functions:
Oven function
Application
Heating element/fan
Light
Using this function you can light up
the oven interior, e.g. for cleaning.
Fan cooking
For baking on up to three oven lev Rear heating element,
els at the same time.
fan
Set the oven temperatures 2040 °C
lower than when using Conventional.
Al Gusto Hot air
For baking on one oven level dishes
that require more intensive brown
ing and a crispy base.
Set the oven temperatures 2040 °C
lower than when using Conventional.
Conventional
For baking and roasting on one oven Top heat, bottomheat
level.
Bottom heat
For baking cakes with crispy or
crusty bases.
Defrost
For defrosting e. g. flans and gateaux, Fan
butter, bread, fruit or other frozen
foods.
Grill
For grilling flat foodstuffs placed in
Grill
the middle of the grill and for toast
ing.
Dual gril
For grilling flat foodstuffs in large
quantities and for toasting.
Rotitherm
For roasting larger joints of meat or
Grill, top heat, fan
poultry on one level.
The function is also suitable for grati
nating and browning.
Bottom heat, rear wall
heating element, fan
Bottom heat
Grill, top heat
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Using the Oven
Inserting the Combination Shelf, Baking Tray and Roasting Pan
Inserting the baking tray or roasting
pan
Insert baking tray or or roasting pan on the
telescopic runners of the selected oven lev
el so that the two holes engage on the
front retaining pins on the telescopic run
ners.
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Inserting the oven shelf:
Insert the oven shelf so that the feet point
downwards.
Insert the oven shelf on the telescopic run
ners of the selected oven level.
The high rim around the oven shelf is an
additional device to prevent cookware from
slipping.
Inserting the oven shelf and roasting
pan together:
Lay the oven shelf on the roasting pan.
Insert the oven shelf and the roasting pan
on the telescopic runners of the selected
oven level so that the two holes of the
roasting pan engage on the front retaining
pins on the telescopic runners.
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To make it easier to insert the insertable component when runners are extended
to different extents, lay the insertable component onto the runners at the back,
push it in as far as the stop and then lower it onto the retaining pins at the
front.
Using the Oven
Inserting/Removing the Grease Filter
Only use the grease filter when roasting
to protect the rear heating elements from
fat splashes.
Inserting the grease filter
Hold the grease filter by the grip
and insert the two mounts down
wards into the opening on the rear
wall of the oven (fan opening).
Taking out the grease filter
Hold the grease filter by the grip
and unhook it.
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Using the Oven
Clock Functions
Function Indicators
Button
Time display
Function Indicators
Selector Button
Countdown
To set a countdown. A signal sounds after the time has elapsed.
This function does not affect the functioning of the oven.
Cook time
To set how long the oven is to be in use.
End time
To set when the oven is to switch off again.
Time
To set, change or check the time
(See also section “Before Using for the First Time”).
Button
Using the Oven
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How to use the clock functions
• After a function has been selected, the corresponding function indicator
flashes for about 5 seconds. During this period, the desired times can be set
using the or button.
• When the desired time has been set, the function indicator continues to flash
for approx. 5 seconds. After that the function indicator is then lit. The set time
begins to run.
• Press any of the buttons to stop the audible signal.
• The desired oven function and temperature can be selected before or after the
clock functions Cook time and End time are set.
• When the cooking process is completed, turn the oven function dial and the
temperature selector back to the OFF position.
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Switching Off the Time Display
By switching off the time display you can save energy.
Switching off the time display
Press and hold down any two buttons until the display becomes dark.
Switching on the time display
Hold down any button until the time reappears in the display.
The display can only be switched off if none of the clock functions Cook time
End time or Countdown is in use.
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Using the Oven
Countdown
1. Press the Selection button repeatedly
until the function indicator Countdown
flashes.
2. Using the or button set the desired
Countdown (max. 2 hours 30 minutes).
After approx. 5 seconds the display shows
the time remaining.
The function indicator Countdown
lights up.
When the time has elapsed, the function
indicator flashes and an audible signal
sounds for 2 minutes.
The signal can be stopped by pressing any
button.
Using the Oven
Cook time
1. Press the Selection button repeatedly
until the function indicator Cook time
flashes.
2. Using the or
cooking time.
button set the desired
After approx. 5 seconds the display returns
to showing the current time. The function
indicator Cook time lights up.
When the time has elapsed, the function
indicator flashes, an audible signal sounds
for 2 minutes and the oven switches itself
off.
3. The signal and the programme can be
stopped by pressing any button.
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Using the Oven
End time
1. Press the Selection button repeatedly
until the function indicator End time
flashes.
2. Using the or
switchoff time.
button set the desired
After approx. 5 seconds the display returns
to showing the current time.
The function indicator End time lights
up.
When the time has elapsed, the function
indicator flashes, an audible signal sounds
for 2 minutes and the oven switches itself
off.
3. The signal and the programme can be
stopped by pressing any button.
Using the Oven
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Cook time
and End time
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combined
Cook time and End time can be used simultaneously, if the oven is to be
switched on and off automatically at a later time.
1. Using the Cook time function, set the
time required for cooking the dish.
In this example, 1 hour.
2. Using the End time function, set the
time at which the dish should be ready.
In this case 14:05:00.
The function indicators Cook time and
End time light up and the current time
is shown in the display.
In this case 12:05.
The oven switches on automatically at the
time calculated.
In this case, at 13:05:00.
And switches itself off again when the
cooking time entered has elapsed.
In this case, at 14:05.
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Uses, Tables and Tips
Pans
• You can recognise good pans by their bases. The base should be as thick and
flat as possible.
• Pay particular attention when buying new pans to the diameter of the base.
Manufacturers often give only the diameter of the upper rim.
• Pots with aluminium or copper bases can cause metallic discolouring on the
ceramic glass surface, which is very difficult or impossible to remove.
• Do not use cast iron pans or pans with a rough, burred or damaged base. This
can produce permanent scratching if the pan is slid across the surface.
• When cold, pan bases are normally
bowed slightly inwards (concave). They
should never be bowed outwards (con
vex).
• If you wish to use special types of pan
(e.g. a pressure cooker, simmering pan,
wok, etc.), please observe the manufac
turer's instructions.
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Energy saving tips
• Always position pots and pans before switching on the cooking zone.
• Whenever possible always position the
lids firmly on pots and pans to cover
completely.
• Switch off the cooking zones before the
end of the cooking time to use the resid
ual heat such as to keep foods warm or
for melting.
• The base of the pan should be the same
size as the cooking zone.
Uses, Tables and Tips
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Cooking table
The information given in the following table is for guidance only.
Heat
setting
Cooking
process
suitable for
0
Residual heat, Off position
1
Keeping
Keeping cooked foods warm
food warm
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Melting
Hollandaise sauce,
melting butter, chocolate,
gelatine
Solidifying Fluffy omelettes, baked eggs
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Tips/Hints
as required
Cover
525 mins.
Stir occasionally
1040 mins.
Cook with lid on
2550 mins.
Add at least twice as
much liquid as rice, stir
milk dishes part way
through cooking
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Simmer
ing on low
heat
Simmering rice and milk
based dishes
Heating up readycooked
meals
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Steaming
Braising
Steaming vegetables, fish
braising meat
2045 mins.
With vegetables add only
a little liquid (a few table
spoons)
Steaming potatoes
2060 mins.
Use only a little liquid, e.
g.: max. ¼ l water for
750 g potatoes
Cooking larger quantities of
food, stews and soups
60150 mins.
Up to 3 l liquid plus in
gredients
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Gentle
Frying
Frying escalopes, veal cor
don bleu, cutlets, rissoles,
sausages, liver, roux, eggs,
pancakes, doughnuts
Steady frying
Turn halfway through
cooking
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Heavy
Frying
Hash browns, loin steaks,
steaks, Flädle (pancakes for
garnishing soup)
515 mins.
per pan
Turn halfway through
cooking
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Boiling
Searing
Deep
frying
Boiling large quantities of water, cooking pasta, searing meat (goulash,
pot roast), deep frying chips
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Cooking
time
Boiling
We recommend when boiling or searing foods using the highest heat setting at
first and then letting foods requiring a longer cooking time finish cooking on
the desired heat setting.
Overheated fats and oils can ignite quickly. If you are cooking foods in fat or oil
(e.g. chips), remain nearby.
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Baking
Oven function: Fan cooking or Conventional
Baking tins
• For Conventional dark metal and nonstick tins are suitable.
• For Fan cooking bright metal tins are also suitable.
Oven levels
• Baking with Conventional is possible on one oven level.
• With Fan cooking you can bake on up to 3 baking trays at the same time:
1 baking tray:
e.g. oven level 3
1 cake tin:
e.g. oven level 1
2 baking trays:
z. g., oven levels 1 and 3
3 baking trays:
oven levels 1, 3 and 5
Uses, Tables and Tips
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General Instructions
• Insert the tray with the bevel at the front.
• With Conventional or Fan cooking you can also bake with two tins next
to one another on the oven shelf at the same time. This does not significantly
increase baking time.
When frozen foods are used the trays inserted may distort during cooking. This
is due to the large difference in temperature between the freezing temperature
and the temperature in the oven. Once the trays have cooled the distortion will
disappear again.
How to use the Baking Tables
The tables give the required temperature settings, baking times and oven shelf
levels for a selection of typical dishes.
• Temperatures and baking times are for guidance only, as these will depend on
the consistency of pastry, dough or mixture, the amount and the type of bak
ing tin.
• We recommend using the lower temperature the first time and then if neces
sary, for example, if a deeper browning is required, or baking time is too long,
selecting a higher temperature.
• If you cannot find the settings for a particular recipe, look for the one that is
most similar.
• If baking cakes on baking trays or in tins on more than one level, baking time
may be extended by 1015 minutes.
• Moist recipes (for example, pizzas, fruit flans, etc.) are baked on one level.
• Cakes and pastries at different heights may brown at an uneven rate at first. If
this occurs, please do not change the temperature setting. Different rates
of browning even out as baking progresses.
• Your new oven may bake or roast differently to your previous appliance. So
adapt your normal settings (temperature, cooking times) and oven shelf levels
to the recommendations in the following tables.
With longer baking times, the oven can be switched off about 10 minutes before
the end of baking time, to make use of the residual heat.
Unless otherwise stated, the values given in the tables assume that cooking is
started with the oven cold.
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Baking table
Baking on one oven level
Type of
baking
Oven function
Oven
level
Temperature
°C
Time
Hr: Mins.
Baking in tins
Ring cake or brioche
Fan cooking
1
150160
0:501:10
Madeira cake/fruit cakes
Fan cooking
1
140160
1:101:30
Sponge cake
Fan cooking
1
140
0:250:40
Sponge cake
Conventional
1
160
0:250:40
0:100:25
Flan base short pastry
Fan cooking
3
1701801)
Flan base sponge mixture
Fan cooking
3
150170
0:200:25
Apple pie
Conventional
1
170190
0:501:00
Apple pie (2tins Ø20cm,
diagonally off set)
Fan cooking
1
160
1:101:30
Apple pie (2tins Ø20cm,
diagonally off set)
Conventional
1
180
1:101:30
Savoury flan (e. g, quiche
lorraine)
Fan cooking
1
160180
0:301:10
Cheesecake
Conventional
1
170190
1:001:30
3
170190
0:300:40
1601801)
0:401:00
2301)
160180
0:25
0:301:00
Cakes/pastries/breads on baking trays
Plaited bread/bread crown
Conventional
Christmas stollen
Conventional
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Bread (rye bread)
first of all
then
Conventional
1
Cream puffs/eclairs
Conventional
3
1601701)
0:150:30
Swiss roll
Conventional
3
1802001)
0:100:20
Cake with crumble topping
(dry)
Fan cooking
3
150160
0:200:40
Buttered almond cake/sugar
cakes
Conventional
3
1902101)
0:150:30
Fruit flans
(made with yeast dough/
sponge mixture)2)
Fan cooking
3
150
0:350:50
Fruit flans
(made with yeast dough/
sponge mixture)2)
Conventional
3
170
0:350:50
Fruit flans made with short
pastry
Fan cooking
3
160170
0:401:20
Uses, Tables and Tips
Type of
baking
Oven function
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Oven
level
Temperature
°C
Time
Hr: Mins.
Yeast cakes with delicate
toppings (e. g, quark, cream,
custard)
Conventional
3
1601801)
0:401:20
Pizza (with a lot of top
ping)2)
Fan cooking
1
1802001)
0:301:00
Pizza (thin crust)
Fan cooking
1
2002201)
0:100:25
Unleavened bread
Fan cooking
1
200220
0:080:15
Tarts (CH)
Fan cooking
1
180200
0:350:50
Fan cooking
3
150160
0:060:20
Viennese whirls
Fan cooking
3
140
0:200:30
Viennese whirls
Conventional
3
1601)
0:200:30
Biscuits made with sponge
mixture
Fan cooking
3
150160
0:150:20
Pastries made with egg
white, meringues
Fan cooking
3
80100
2:002:30
Macaroons
Fan cooking
3
100120
0:300:60
Biscuits made with yeast
dough
Fan cooking
3
150160
0:200:40
Puff pastries
Fan cooking
3
1701801)
0:200:30
Biscuits
Short pastry biscuits
1)
Rolls
Fan cooking
3
160
0:200:35
Rolls
Conventional
3
1801)
0:200:35
1)
Small cakes (20per tray)
Fan cooking
3
140
0:200:30
Small cakes (20per tray)
Conventional
3
1701)
0:200:30
1) Preheat the oven
2) Use the drip tray or roasting tray
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Baking on more than one oven level
Fan cooking
Type of baking
Fan cooking
Time
Hours:
Mins.
3 levels
Temperature
in °C
Shelf positions from bottom
2 levels
Cakes/pastries/breads on baking trays
Cream puffs/Eclairs
1/4
1601801))
0:350:60
Dry streusel cake
1/3
140160
0:300:60
Biscuits/small cakes/pastries/rolls
Short pastry biscuits
1/3
1/3/5
150160
0:150:35
Viennese whirls
1/3
1/3/5
140
0:200:60
Biscuits made with sponge
mixture
1/3
160170
0:250:40
Biscuits made with egg
white, meringues
1/3
80100
2:102:50
Macaroons
1/3
100120
0:401:20
Biscuits made with yeast
dough
1/3
160170
0:300:60
Puff pastries
1/3
1701801)
0:300:50
Rolls
1/4
160
0:300:55
1401)
0:250:40
Small cakes (20per tray)
1) Preheat the oven
1/4
Uses, Tables and Tips
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Tips on Baking
Baking results
Possible cause
Remedy
The cake is not browned
enough underneath
Wrong oven level
Place cake lower
The cake sinks (becomes
soggy, lumpy, streaky)
Oven temperature too high
Use a slightly lower setting
Baking time too short
Set a longer baking time
Baking times cannot be re
duced by setting higher tem
peratures
Too much liquid in the mixture
Use less liquid.
Pay attention to mixing times,
especially if using mixing ma
chines
Oven temperature too low
Set oven temperature higher.
Baking time too long
Set a shorter baking time
Oven temperature too high and
baking time too short
Set a lower oven temperature
and a longer baking time
Mixture is unevenly distributed
Spread the mixture evenly on
the baking tray
Grease filter is inserted
Take out the grease filter
Cake is too dry
Cake browns unevenly
Cake does not cook in the Temperature too low
baking time given
Grease filter is inserted
Use a slightly higher oven set
ting
Take out the grease filter
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Table Al Gusto Hot air
Shelf position
Temperature
°C
Time
Hr: Mins.
Pizza (thin crust)
1
180 2001)
20 30
Pizza (with a lot of topping)
1
180 200
20 30
Tarts
1
180 200
45 60
Spinach flan
1
160 180
45 60
Quiche Lorraine
1
170 190
40 50
Quark flan, round
1
140 160
60 90
Quark flan on tray
1
140 160
50 60
Apple cake, covered
1
150 170
50 70
Vegetable pie
1
160 180
50 60
Unleavened bread
1
250 2701)
10 20
Puff pastry flan
1
160 1801)
40 50
Flammekuchen (Pizzalike dish
from Alsace)
1
250 2701)
12 20
Piroggen (Russian version of cal
zone)
1
180 2001)
15 25
Type of baking
1) Preheat the oven
Uses, Tables and Tips
35
Table for Bakes and Gratins
Dish
Oven function
Shelf
position
Temperature
°C
Time
Hr: Mins.
Pasta bake
Conventional
1
180200
0:451:00
Lasagne
Conventional
1
180200
0:250:40
Vegetables au gratin1)
Fan cooking
1
160170
0:150:30
Baguettes topped with
melted cheese1)
Fan cooking
1
160170
0:150:30
Sweet bakes
Conventional
1
180200
0:400:60
Fish bakes
Conventional
1
180200
0:301:00
Stuffed vegetables
Fan cooking
1
160170
0:301:00
1) Preheat the oven
Frozen Ready Meals Table
Food to be
cooked
Oven function
Shelf
position
Temperature
°C
Time
Frozen pizza
Conventional
3
as per manufac
turer’s instruc
tions
as per manufac
turer’s instruc
tions
Chips1)
(500 g)
Fan cooking
3
200220
as per manufac
turer’s instruc
tions
Baguettes
Conventional
3
as per manufac
turer’s instruc
tions
as per manufac
turer’s instruc
tions
Fruit flans
Conventional
3
as per manufac
turer’s instruc
tions
as per manufac
turer’s instruc
tions
1) Comments: Turn chips 2 or 3 times during cooking
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Roasting
Oven function: Conventional or Rotitherm
Roasting dishes
• Any heatresistant ovenware is suitable to use for roasting (please read the
manufacturer's instructions).
• Large roasting joints can be roasted directly in the roasting tray or on the
oven shelf with the roasting tray placed below it.
• For all lean meats, we recommend roasting these in a roasting tin with a
lid. This will keep the meat more succulent.
• All types of meat, that can be browned or have crackling, can be roasted in the
roasting tin without the lid.
3
Tips on using the roasting chart
The information given in the following table is for guidance only.
• We recommend cooking meat and fish weighing 1 kg and above in the ov
en.
• To prevent escaping meat juices or fat from burning on to the pan, we recom
mend placing some liquid in the roasting pan.
• If required, turn the roast (after 1/2 2/3 of the cooking time).
• Baste large roasts and poultry with their juices several times during roasting.
This will give better roasting results.
• You can switch the oven off about 10 minutes before the end of the roasting
time, in order to utilise the residual heat.
Roasting table
Type of meat
Quantity
Ovenfunction
Shelf
position
Tempera
Time
ture
Hours mins.
°C
Beef
Pot roast
11.5 kg
Convention
al
1
200250
2:002:30
per cm. of
thickness
Roast beef or fillet
rare
per cm.
of thickness
Rotitherm
1
1902001)
0:050:06
medium
per cm.
of thickness
Rotitherm
1
180190
0:060:08
Uses, Tables and Tips
Type of meat
well done
Quantity
Ovenfunction
Shelf
position
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Tempera
Time
ture
Hours mins.
°C
per cm.
of thickness
Rotitherm
1
170180
0:080:10
11.5 kg
Rotitherm
1
160180
1:302:00
Pork
Shoulder, neck, ham
joint
Chop, spare rib
11.5 kg
Rotitherm
1
170180
1:001:30
Meat loaf
750 g1 kg
Rotitherm
1
160170
0:451:00
Porkknuckle (pre
cooked)
750 g1 kg
Rotitherm
1
150170
1:302:00
1 kg
Rotitherm
1
160180
1:302:00
1.52 kg
Rotitherm
1
160180
2:002:30
Leg of lamb, roast
lamb
11.5 kg
Rotitherm
1
150170
1:152:00
Saddle of lamb
11.5 kg
Rotitherm
1
160180
1:001:30
up to 1 kg
Convention
al
3
2202501)
0:250:40
Saddle of venison
1.52 kg
Convention
al
1
210220
1:151:45
Haunch of venison
1.52 kg
Convention
al
1
200210
1:302:15
Poultry portions
200250g
each
Rotitherm
1
200220
0:350:50
Half chicken
400500g
each
Rotitherm
1
190210
0:350:50
Chicken, poulard
11.5 kg
Rotitherm
1
190210
0:451:15
Duck
1.52 kg
Rotitherm
1
180200
1:151:45
Goose
3.55 kg
Rotitherm
1
160180
2:303:30
Turkey
2.53.5 kg
Rotitherm
1
160180
1:452:30
Turkey
46 kg
Rotitherm
1
140160
2:304:00
11.5 kg
Convention
al
1
210220
0:451:15
Veal
Roast veal
Knuckle of veal
Lamb
Game
Saddle of hare, leg of
hare
Poultry
Fish (steamed)
Whole fish
1) Preheat the oven
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Grill Sizes
1
3
Oven function: Grill
or Dual gril
with maximum temperature setting
Important: Always grill with the oven door closed.
The empty oven should always be preheated with the grill functions for 5
minutes.
• For grilling, place the shelf in the recommended shelf position.
• Always insert the tray for collecting the fat into the first shelf position
from the bottom.
• The grilling times are guidelines.
• Grilling is particularly suitable for flat pieces of meat or fish.
Grilling table
Grilling time
Food to be grilled
Oven level
1st side
2nd side
Burgers
4
810 mins.
68 mins.
Pork fillet
4
1012 mins.
610 mins.
Sausages
4
810 mins.
68 mins.
Fillet steaks, veal steaks
4
67 mins.
56 mins.
Fillet of beef, roast beef
(approx. 1 kg)
3
1012 mins.
1012 mins.
Toast1)
3
46 mins.
35 mins.
Toast with topping
3
68 mins.
1) Do not preheat
Uses, Tables and Tips
39
Defrosting
Oven function: Defrost
(no temperature setting)
• Unwrap the food and place it on a plate on the oven shelf.
• Do not cover with a plate or bowl, as these can substantially lengthen the de
frosting time.
• For defrosting, place the shelf in the 1st oven level from the bottom.
Defrosting table
Defrosting
time
mins.
Further
defrosting
time (mins.)
Chicken, 1000 g
100140
2030
Place the chicken on an upturned saucer
placed on a large plate
Turn halfway through
Meat, 1000 g
100140
2030
Turn halfway through
Meat, 500 g
90120
2030
Turn halfway through
Trout, 150g
2535
1015
Strawberries, 300g
3040
1020
Butter, 250g
3040
1015
Cream, 2 x 200g
80100
1015
Cream can also be whipped when still
slightly frozen in places
Gateau, 1400g
60
60
Dish
Comments
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Drying
Oven function: Fan cooking
• Use oven shelves covered with greaseproof paper or baking parchment.
• You get a better result if you switch the oven off halfway through the drying
time, open the door and leave the oven to cool down overnight.
• After this finish drying the food to be dried.
Oven level
Temperature in
°C
1 level
2 levels
Time in hours
(Guideline)
Beans
6070
3
1/4
68
Peppers (strips)
6070
3
1/4
56
Vegetables for soup
6070
3
1/4
56
Mushrooms
5060
3
1/4
68
Herbs
4050
3
1/4
23
Plums
6070
3
1/4
810
Apricots
6070
3
1/4
810
Apple slices
6070
3
1/4
68
Pears
6070
3
1/4
69
Food to be dried
Vegetables
Fruit
Uses, Tables and Tips
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Making Preserves
Oven function: Bottom heat
• For preserving, use only commercially available preserve jars of the same size.
• Jars with twistoff or bayonet type lids and metal tins are not suitable.
• When making preserves, the first shelf position from the bottom is the one
most used.
• Use the shelf for making preserves. There is enough room on this for up to six
1litre preserving jars.
• The jars should all be filled to the same level and clamped shut.
• Place the jars on the baking tray in such a way that they are not touching
each other.
• Pour approx. 1/2 litre of water into the baking tray so that sufficient moisture
is produced in the oven.
• As soon as the liquid starts to pearl in the first jars (after about 3560 minutes
with 1 litre jars), switch the oven off or reduce the temperature to 100°C (see
table).
Preserves table
The times and temperatures for making preserves are for guidance only.
Temperature
in°C
Cooking time until
simmering
in mins.
Continue to cook
at 100°C
in mins.
Strawberries, blueberries, rasp
berries, ripe gooseberries
160170
3545
Unripe gooseberries
160170
3545
1015
160170
3545
1015
160170
5060
510
Preserve
Soft fruit
Stone fruit
Pears, quinces, plums
Vegetables
Carrots1)
Mushrooms
1)
160170
4060
1015
Cucumbers
160170
5060
Mixed pickles
160170
5060
15
Kohlrabi, peas, asparagus
160170
5060
1520
Beans
160170
5060
1) Leave standing in oven when switched off
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Cleaning and Care
Cleaning and Care
1
Warning: For cleaning, the appliance must be switched off and cooled down.
Warning: For safety reasons, do not clean the appliance with steam jet or high
pressure cleaning equipment.
Attention: Do not use any scouring agents, sharp cleaning tools or scour
ers.
Outside of the appliance
• Wipe the front of the appliance with a soft cloth and warm water and wash
ing up liquid.
• For metal fronts, use normal commercially available cleaning agents.
Cooking surface
1
3
Important: Cleaning agents must not be used on hot glass ceramic surfaces. All clean
ing agents must be removed with plenty of clean water, as they can have a corrosive
effect when the cooking surface is heated up. Only clean when the surface is cold.
Do not use any aggressive cleaning materials, such as grill or oven sprays, rough scour
ing agents or scratchy pan cleaners.
Clean the glass ceramic cooking surface after every use, when it is handhot or cold.
This prevents food residues from being burnt on.
Limestone and water rings, fat splashes and shiny metallic discolorations can be re
moved with a standard commercially available cleaner for glass ceramic or stainless
steel. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
Light soiling
1. Wipe glass ceramic surface with a damp cloth and a little washing up liquid.
2. Then rub dry using a clean cloth. No cleaning agent residues must remain on the
surface.
Stubborn residues
3
1. Use a scraper to remove foods that have boiled over or stubborn splashes.
2. Place the scraper on the glass ceramic surface at an angle.
3. Remove residues by sliding the blade over the surface.
You can get scrapers and glass ceramic cleaners from specialist shops.
Cleaning and Care
1
1
3
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Special residues
1. Remove burnt on sugar, melted plastic, tin foil or other materials that melt im
mediately, while still hot with a scraper.
Attention: There is a risk of burns when using the scraper on the hot cooking
zone.
2. Then clean the cooking surface in the normal way when it has cooled down.
If the cooking zone that has the melted materials on it has already cooled down,
heat it up again before cleaning it.
Scratches or dark stains on the glass ceramic surface, that have been made e. g.
by pot and pan bottoms with sharp edges, cannot be removed. However they do
not affect the cooking surface’s ability to function.
Hob Frame
1
Important! Do not put vinegar, lemonjuice or scale removers on the hob frame,
otherwise dull spots will appear.
1. Wipe the frame with a damp cloth and a little washing up liquid.
2. Soften dried dirt with a wet cloth. Then wipe off and rub dry.
Oven interior
3
1
Clean the appliance after each use. In this way, dirt is easier to clean off and is not al
lowed to burn on.
1. For cleaning, turn the oven light on.
2. After every use, wipe the oven with a solution of washingup liquid and allow to dry.
Clean stubborn dirt with a special oven cleaner.
Important: If using an oven spray, please follow the manufacturer's instructions ex
actly.
Accessories
Wash all slidein units (shelf unit, baking tray, shelf support rails etc.) after each use and
dry well. Soak briefly to make them easier to clean.
Fat Filter
1. Clean the fat filter in hot water and washing up liquid or in the dishwasher.
2. Badly burned on soiling can be removed by boiling the filter in a little water to which
23 tablespoonsful of dishwasher cleaner has been added.
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Cleaning and Care
Oven Shelf Runner
The shelf support rails on the left and right hand sides of the oven can be re
moved for cleaning the side walls.
Removing the shelf support rails
First pull the front of the rail away from the
oven wall and then unhitch at the back.
1
Fitting the shelf support rails
When inserting the rails, make sure that
the retaining pins on the telescopic runners
are pointing to the front.
To install, first reattach the rails at the back,
then put them into position at the front
and press them into place.
Cleaning and Care
45
Cleaning the Oven Shelf Runner
1
1
Clean oven shelf runners with hot water and washing up liquid.
Important: The oven shelf runners cannot be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Important: On no account grease telescopic runners.
Oven Lighting
1
3
Warning: Risk of electric shock! Prior to changing the oven light bulb:
– Switch off the oven!
– Disconnect from the electricity supply.
Place a cloth on the oven floor to protect the oven light and glass cover.
Changing the oven light bulb/cleaning
the glass cover
1. Remove the glass cover by turning it anti
clockwise and then clean it.
2. If necessary: replace with
25 watt, 230 V, 300 °C heatresistant
oven lighting.
3. Refit the glass cover.
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Cleaning and Care
Oven Ceiling
1
1
The upper heating element can be folded down to make it easier to clean the
oven ceiling.
Folding down the heating element
Warning: Only fold down the heating ele
ment when the oven is switched off and
there is no risk of being burnt!
1. Remove the side shelf support rails.
2. Grip the heating element at the front and
pull it forwards and out over the support
lug on the inner wall of the oven.
3. The heating element will now fold down.
Caution: Do not use force to press the
heating element down! The heating ele
ment might break.
Cleaning the oven ceiling
1
Repositioning the heating element
1. Move the heating element back up towards
the oven ceiling.
2. Pull the heating element forwards against
the spring pressure and guide it over the
oven support lug.
3. Settle it onto the support.
4. Insert shelf support rail.
Important: The heating element must be
positioned correctly and securely on both
sides above the support lug on the inner
wall of the oven.
Cleaning and Care
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Oven door
For easier cleaning of the oven interior the oven door of your appliance can be
taken off its hinges.
Removing the oven door from its hinges
1. Open the oven door as far as it will go.
2. Undo the clamping levers (A) on both
door hinges fully.
3. Close the oven door as far as the first posi
tion (approx. 45°).
3
4. Take hold of the oven door with a hand on
each side and pull it away from the oven at
an upwards angle (Take care: It is heavy).
Lay the oven door with the outer side fac
ing downwards on something soft and lev
el, for example, a blanket in order to
prevent scratches.
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Cleaning and Care
Hanging the oven door back on its hinges
1. From the handle side take hold of the oven
door with a hand on each side and hold at
an angle of approx. 45°.
Position the recesses on the bottom of the
oven door on the hinges on the oven.
Let the door slide down as far as it will go.
2. Open the oven door as far as it will go.
3. Fold up the clamping levers (A) on both
door hinges back into their original
positions.
4. Close the oven door.
Cleaning and Care
49
Oven door glass
1
The oven door is fitted with two panels of glass mounted one behind the other.
The inner panel can be removed for cleaning.
Important Rough handling, especially around the edges of the front panel, can
cause the glass to break.
Removing the door glass
1. Open the oven door as far as it will go.
2. Undo the clamping levers (A) on both
door hinges fully.
3. Close the oven door as far as the first posi
tion (approx. 45°).
4. Take hold of the door trim (B) on the upper
edge of the door at both sides and press in
wards to release the clip seal. Then remove
the door trim by pulling upwards.
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Cleaning and Care
5. Take hold of the door glass on its upper
edge and take it out of the guide by pulling
it upwards.
Cleaning the door glass
Clean the door glass thoroughly with a solution of water and washing up liquid.
Then dry it carefully.
Putting the door glass back
1. From above insert the door glass at an an
gle into the door profile at the bottom
edge of the door and lower it.
2. Take hold of the door trim (B) at each side,
position it on the inside edge of the door
and plug the door trim(B) into the upper
edge of the door.
Cleaning and Care
3
On the open side of the door trim (B) there
is a guide bar (C). This must be pushed be
tween the outer door panel and the guide
corner(D).
The clip seal (E) must be snapped in.
3. Open the oven door as far as it will go.
4. Fold up the clamping levers (A) on both
door hinges back into their original
positions.
5. Close the oven door.
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52
Cleaning and Care
Pan drawer
The pan drawer underneath the oven can
be removed for easier cleaning.
Removing / Replacing the pan drawer
1. Pull the pan drawer out of the cooker as far
as possible.
2. Lift the pan drawer slightly, so that it can
be lifted upwards at an angle out of the
drawer guides.
1
3. When reinserting the drawer, make sure
that the pan drawer’s middle guide enga
ges into the middle guide rails.
4. Lower the pan drawer to the horizontal
and push it in.
Warning: When the oven is in use, heat
can build up in the pan drawer. For this
reason, do not keep flammable things in
there such as e. g. cleaning materials, plas
tic bags, oven gloves, paper, etc.
On no account store oven cleaning
sprays there!
What to do if …
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What to do if …
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
The cooking zones are not
functioning
Consult the operating instructions for the builtin cooking sur
face
The oven does not heat up
The oven is not switched on
Switch the oven on
The clock is not set
Set the current time on the
clock
The required settings have not Check the settings
been set
The oven lighting is not oper
ating
1
3
3
The house wiring fuse (in the
fuse box) has tripped
Check the fuse. If the fuses trip
a number of times, please call
an authorised electrician.
The oven light bulb is faulty
Replace the oven bulb
If you are unable to remedy the problem by following the above sugges
tions, please contact your dealer or the Customer Care Department.
Warning! Repairs to the appliance are only to be carried out by qualified service
engineers. Considerable danger to the user may result from improper repairs.
If the appliance has been wrongly operated, the visit from the customer service
technician or dealer may not take place free of charge, even during the warranty
period.
Advice on cookers with metal fronts:
Because of the cold surface at the front of the cooker, opening the oven door
during (or just after) baking or roasting may cause the glass to steam up.
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Disposal
Disposal
2
Packaging material
The packaging materials are environmentally friendly and can be recycled. The
plastic components are identified by markings, e.g. >PE<, >PS<, etc. Please dis
pose of the packaging materials in the appropriate container at the community
waste disposal facilities.
2
Old appliance
W
1
The symbol
on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product
may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equip
ment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent po
tential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For
more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your
local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
Warning: So that the old appliance can no longer cause any danger, make it
unusable before disposing of it.
To do this, disconnect the appliance from the mains supply and remove
the mains cable from the appliance.
Instruction on setting up
55
Instruction on setting up
1
Important! The new appliance may only be installed and connected by quali
fied personnel.
Please observe this instruction, otherwise the warranty will not cover any dam
age that may occur.
Setting up
• In the units or furniture surrounding the appliance, veneers or plastic coatings
must have been made up using heatresistant bonding agents (100°C). If plas
tic coatings or cements are not sufficiently heatresistant, the coating may be
deformed or loosened.
• The appliance may be installed up against tall units or walls on one side only.
• The distance between the cooking surface and the cooker hood must as a
minimum be as great as that indicated in the installation instructions for the
cooker hood.
• If the appliance is being placed on a base, measures must be taken to prevent
the appliance from sliding off the base.
Making the appliance level
3
Underneath the appliance there are
4 adjustable feet, which can be used to
even out small unlevelnesses in the floor.
1. Remove the pan drawer.
2. Turn the adjustable feet to make them
higher or lower as required, until the cook
er is standing level.
3. Reinsert the pan drawer.
The adjustable feet are easier to turn, if the
cooker is tilted slightly to take the weight
off the foot.
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1
Instruction on setting up
Safety information for the installer
• The setup of the electrical installation is arranged so that the appliance can
be isolated from the mains with a minimum 3 mm allpole contact separation.
Suitable separation devices include e. g. cutouts, fuses (screw fuses are to be
taken out of the holder), RCD’s and contactors.
• Avoid installing the appliance next to doors and under windows. Otherwise
hot cookware may be knocked off the rings when doors and windows are
opened.
• The appliance must be connected to the electricity according to the connec
tion schematic on the outside of the terminal cover.
• The cable which connects the appliance to the mains must correspond to in
sulation standard H05VVF (=227 IEC 53) as a minimum.
Guarantee/Customer Service
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Guarantee/Customer Service
European Guarantee
This appliance is guaranteed by Electrolux in each of the countries listed at the back of this user manual, for
the period specified in the appliance guarantee or otherwise by law. If you move from one of these coun
tries to another of the countries listed below the appliance guarantee will move with you subject to the fol
lowing qualifications:
• The appliance guarantee starts from the date you first purchased the appliance which will be evidenced
by production of a valid purchase document issued by the seller of the appliance.
• The appliance guarantee is for the same period and to the same extent for labour and parts as exists in
your new country of residence for this particular model or range of appliances.
• The appliance guarantee is personal to the original purchaser of the appliance and cannot be transferred
to another user.
• The appliance is installed and used in accordance with instructions issued by Electrolux and is only used
within the home, i.e. is not used for commercial purposes.
• The appliance is installed in accordance with all relevant regulations in force within your new country of
residence.
The provisions of this European Guarantee do not affect any of the rights granted to you by law.
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Magyarország
+36 1 252 1773
H1142 Budapest XIV,
Erzsébet királyné útja 87
Nederland
+31 17 24 68 300
Vennootsweg 1, 2404 CG Alphen aan den Rijn
Norge
+47 81 5 30 222
Risløkkvn. 2 , 0508 Oslo
Österreich
+43 18 66 400
Herziggasse 9, 1230 Wien
Polska
+48 22 43 47 300
ul. Kolejowa 5/7, Warsaw
Portugal
+35 12 14 40 39 39
Quinta da Fonte Edificio Gonçalves Zarco Q 35
2774 518 Paço de Arcos
Romania
+40 21 451 20 30
Str. Garii Progresului 2, S4, 040671 RO
Schweiz/Suisse/
Svizzera
+41 62 88 99 111
Industriestrasse 10, CH5506 Mägenwil
Slovenija
+38 61 24 25 731
Electrolux Ljubljana d.o.o.
Gerbiceva 98, 1000 Ljubljana
Slovensko
+421 2 43 33 43 22
Electrolux Slovakia s.r.o., Electrolux Domáce spot
rebièe SK, Seberíniho 1, 821 03 Bratislava
Suomi
www.electrolux.fi
Sverige
+46 (0)771 76 76 76
Electrolux Service, S:t Göransgatan 143,
S105 45 Stockholm
Türkiye
+90 21 22 93 10 25
Tarlabaþý caddesi no : 35 Taksim
Istanbul
Ðîññèÿ
+7 095 937 7837
129090 Ìîñêâà, Îëèìïèéñêèé
ïðîñïåêò, 16, ÁÖ „Îëèìïèê“
Service
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Service
In the event of technical faults, please first check whether you can remedy the
problem yourself with the help of the operating instructions (section “What to
do if…”).
If you were not able to remedy the problem yourself, please contact the Cus
tomer Care Department or one of our service partners.
In order to be able to assist you quickly, we
require the following information:
– Model description
– Product number (PNC)
– Serial number (S No.)
(for numbers see rating plate)
– Type of fault
– Any error messages displayed by the ap
pliance
So that you have the necessary reference numbers from your appliance at hand,
we recommend that you write them in here:
Model description:
.....................................
PNC:
.....................................
S No:
.....................................
822 928 762-B-190107-02
Subject to change without notice
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