Specifications | Electrolux 5210 BU Oven User Manual

COMPETENCE 5210 BU
Build Under Double Oven
Operating And Installation
Instructions
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
These warnings are provided in the interests of your safety. Ensure that you understand them all
before installing or using the cooker. Your safety is of paramount importance. If you are unsure about
any of the meanings of these warnings contact the Customer Care Department. The address is on the
back page of this book.
INSTALLATION
l Stand clear when opening the drop down
l The cooker must be installed according to
oven doors. Support the doors using the
handles until fully open.
Do not place sealed cans or aerosols inside
the oven. They may explode if they are
heated.
Ensure that all control knobs are in the OFF
position when not in use.
Do not stand on the cooker or on the open
oven doors.
Do not hang towels, dishcloths or clothes
from the cooker or its handles. They are a
safety hazard.
the instructions supplied. Any electrical
installation work must be undertaken by a
qualified electrician/competent person.
l This cooker is heavy and care must be
taken when moving it. Do not try to move the
cooker by pulling the door handles.
l All packaging, both inside and outside the
cooker must be removed before the cooker
is used.
l It is dangerous to alter the specifications or
modify the cooker in any way. After
installation please dispose of the packaging
with due regard for safety and the
environment.
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CHILD SAFETY
l This cooker should be kept clean at all
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
l The cooker is heavy and care must be
taken when moving it.
l This cooker is designed to be operated by
adults. Young children must not be allowed
to tamper with the controls or play near or
with the cooker.
l The cooker and accessible parts especially
around the grill area become hot when the
cooker is in use. Keep children away until it
has cooled.
DURING USE
l Do not use this cooker if it is in contact with
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water. Never operate it with wet hands.
l Take great care when heating fats and oils
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as they will ignite if they become too hot.
This cooker has been designed for cooking
edible foodstuffs only, and must not be used
for any other purposes.
Never place plastic or any other material
which may melt in or on the oven.
Do not leave the grill pan handle in position
when grilling and ensure oven gloves are
used to remove and replace the handle, as it
will become hot.
Always use oven gloves to remove and
place food in the oven.
Ensure that all vents are left unobstructed to
ensure ventilation of the oven cavity.
Never line any part of the cooker with
aluminium foil. Do not allow heatproof
cooking material, e.g. roasting bags to come
into contact with oven elements because
they may catch fire.
Always stand back from the cooker when
opening the oven door to allow any build up
of steam or heat to release.
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times. A build-up of fats or other foodstuffs
could result in a fire, especially in the grill
pan.
Do not leave cookware containing
foodstuffs, e.g. fat or oil in the cooker in
case it is inadvertently switched on.
Always allow the cooling fan to cool the
cooker down before switching off at the wall
prior to carrying out any cleaning /
maintenance work.
Only clean this cooker in accordance with
the instructions given in this book.
SERVICE
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Repairs should not be carried out by
inexperienced persons as this may cause
injury or serious malfunction. This cooker
should be serviced by an authorised
Service Engineer and only genuine
approved spare parts should be used.
Details of servicing and repair arrangements
are supplied on page 52 of this book.
AT THE END OF THE COOKERS LIFE
l When the time comes to dispose of your
cooker please contact your local Council
Authority. They can arrange to dispose of
the cooker in a safe and controlled manner.
The number will be in the telephone book.
Please read this
instruction book carefully
before use and retain
for future reference.
CONTENTS
FOR THE USER
Important Safety Information
Description of the Cooker
Getting to Know Your Oven
The Cooling Fan for the Controls
Fan Selector Indicator Neon
Pop In Pop Out Controls
Fan Selector Button
Before Using The Cooker
When First Switching On
Rating Plate
Condensation and Steam
Cookware
The Trivet
Grill and Oven Furniture
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The Electronic Timer
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The Dual Grill
Uses of the Grill
How To Use the Dual Grill
Things To Note
The Grill Pan and Handle
Hints and Tips
Grilling Chart
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The Fan Assisted Top Oven
Uses of the Fan Assisted Oven
How To Use the Fan Assisted Oven
Things To Note
To Fit the Oven Shelves
Hints and Tips
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The Conventional Top Oven
Uses of the Conventional Oven
How To Use the Conventional Oven
Things to Note
To Fit the Oven Shelf
Hints and Tips
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Top Oven Cooking Chart
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Thermal Grilling in the Top Oven
Uses of Thermal Grilling
How To Thermal Grill
Things to Note
Hints and Tips
Thermal Grilling Chart
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To Defrost in the Top Oven
Uses of Defrost
How to Defrost
Things to Note
Hints and Tips
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The Main Fan Oven
Uses of The Fan Oven
How To Use the Fan Oven
Things to Note
To Fit the Main Oven Shelves
Hints and Tips
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The Conventional Oven
Uses of the Conventional Oven
How to Use the Conventional Oven
Things to Note
Hints and Tips
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Main Oven Cooking Chart
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Au Gratin Function
Uses of Au Gratin Setting
How to Use Au Gratin
Things To Note
Hints and Tips
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Defrosting in the Main Oven
Uses of Defrost Feature
How to Defrost
Things to Note
Hints and Tips
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Thermal Grilling in the Main Oven
Uses of Thermal Grilling
How to Thermal Grill
Things To Note
Hints and Tips
Thermal Grilling Chart
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Care and Cleaning
Cleaning Materials
Cleaning the Outside of the Cooker
Cleaning the Outer and Inner Door
Glass Panels
Cleaning the Main Oven
Cleaning the Grill / Top Oven Compartment
The Oven Cleaning Cycle - Top Oven
Things To Note
Hints and Tips
Cooking to Reduce Soilage
To Remove the Wirework Runners
Cleaning the Shelves, Wirework Runners
and Oven Furniture
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The Oven Clean Feature
Uses of Oven Clean
How to Use Oven Clean - Main Oven Only
Things to Note
Hints and Tips
Cooking to Reduce Soilage
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The Oven Light
Replacing the Oven Light Bulb
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If Something Doesn't Work
Guarantee Conditions
Service and Spare Parts
AEG Service Centres
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FOR THE INSTALLER
Technical Details
Things You Need to Know
Warnings
Choice of Electrical Connection
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Things to Note
Preparing Cabinet for Fitting Oven
How to Finish Unpacking
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Making the Electrical Connections
To Remove Cover of Mains Terminal
Connecting to the Mains Terminal
Checking Electrical Connections
Connecting to a Hob or Cooker Point
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Please read the whole instruction book before
using the cooker. To help you the following
symbols will be found in the text.
Safety Instructions
Step by Step Instructions
Hints and Tips
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DESCRIPTION OF THE COOKER
Built in electric double oven
WARNING: THIS COOKER MUST BE EARTHED
Top Oven / Dual Grill
Electronic
Timer
Control
Knob
Control
Panel
Multifunction
Main Oven
Your built in cooker comprises of an oven with conventional and fan assisted option and dual grill in the
top compartment. The top oven is convenient and economical for mid-week use because of its size.
The Multifunction main oven is the larger of the two ovens. It comprises of a number of different
cooking functions and an oven clean feature.
The Multifunction oven can be automatically controlled by the electronic timer.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR OVEN
The Control Panel
Electronic Timer
Fan Selector Indicator
Neon
Fan Selector button for
Top Oven
Top Oven / Dual
Grill Control
Main Oven
Temperature Control
Multifunction Selector
Oven Light
Thermal Grilling
Oven Clean
Defrost
Au Gratin
Conventional
Fan Oven
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THE COOLING FAN FOR THE CONTROLS
Your cooker has a cooling fan fitted behind the
controls to prevent them from overheating.
The cooling fan will come on immediately when
grilling or using thermal grill in the top
compartment. The cooling fan may come on
after a short time when the top or main oven
are in use.
The cooling fan may cycle on and off when the
cooker is in use. This is quite normal.
NOTE
The action of the cooling fan will depend on
how long the ovens have been in use and what
temperature. The cooling fan may not operate
at low temperatures or where the oven(s) have
been used for a short period of time.
The cooling fan may run on after the ovens or
grill are switched off for a period of time to cool
the cooker down. It may continue to switch on
and off until the cooker is cool.
Always allow the cooling fan to cool
the cooker down before switching off
at the wall prior to carrying out any
cleaning or maintenance work.
NOTE
The action of the cooling fan will depend on
how long the ovens or grill have been used and
at what temperature. It may not switch in at all
at lower temperature settings nor run on where
the grill or oven has only been used for a short
time.
FAN SELECTOR INDICATOR NEON
The Fan Selector neon operates when the Fan
Selector button is pushed out.
The Selector neon will illuminate with all Top
oven functions, except the conventional oven.
The oven control surrounds will illuminate and
cycle on and off during use to show that the
temperature is being maintained.
POP IN POP OUT CONTROLS
These control knobs can remain flush with the
control panel when not in use, or pushed and
released to stand out from the panel for easy
operation.
FAN SELECTOR BUTTON
The Top oven enables you to cook with the
oven fan in operation or by conventional
means. Push out the Fan Selector button for
fan assisted cooking. Push the button in for
conventional oven cooking. Refer to the
appropriate oven section for full instructions.
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BEFORE USING THE COOKER
WHEN FIRST SWITCHING ON
The timer must be set to manual operation
before the Main oven can be operated. This
must be done whenever the cooker is switched
off at the wall or when there has been a power
failure. For instructions on how to set the timer
see page 11.
If the control knob surround does not illuminate
when the oven temperature control is turned, it
is most likely that the timer is set for automatic
cooking.
The Top Oven and the Dual Grill are not
controlled by the electronic timer.
RATING PLATE
Record the model, product and serial numbers
of your cooker on the back page of this
instruction book for future reference. You can
find these numbers on the rating plate on the
front frame of the cooker upon opening the top
oven door.
The cooker must be protected by a suitably
rated fuse or circuit breaker. The rating of the
cooker is given on the rating plate.
PREPARING TO USE YOUR
COOKER
Wipe over the base of the ovens with a soft
cloth and hot soapy water and wash the grill
and oven furniture before use.
We suggest that you run the oven elements for
10 - 15 minutes at 220°C to burn off any
residue from their surfaces.
The procedure should be repeated with the grill
for approximately 5 - 10 minutes.
During this period an odour may be emitted, it is
therefore advisable to open a window for
ventilation.
CONDENSATION AND STEAM
When food is heated it produces steam in the
same way as a boiling kettle does. The ovens
are vented to allow some of this steam to
escape. However, always stand back from the
cooker when opening the oven doors to allow
any build up of steam or heat to release. If the
steam comes into contact with a cool surface
on the outside of the cooker, e.g. a trim, it will
condense and produce water droplets. This is
quite normal and is not caused by a fault on the
cooker.
To prevent discolouration occurring, regularly
wipe away condensation and any soilage from
the cooker surfaces.
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COOKWARE
Baking trays, dishes etc., should not be placed
directly against the grid covering the fan at the
back of the oven.
Do not use baking trays larger than 30cm x
35cm (12" x 14") as they will restrict the
circulation of heat and may affect performance.
Advice on the effect of different materials and
finishes of bakeware is given in 'Hints and Tips'
in the appropriate oven section.
THE TRIVET
When roasting we recommend that you use the
trivet in the meat tin. Fat and meat juices will
drain into the meat tin below and can be used
to make gravy. The trivet also prevents
splashes of fat from soiling the oven interior.
Note. The meat tin should not be placed on a
heated hotplate as this may cause the enamel
to crack.
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GRILL AND OVEN FURNITURE
The following items of oven furniture have been
supplied with the cooker.
1 grill pan
1 grill pan handle
1 grill pan grid
1 trivet
1 meat tin
2 shelves for main
oven cooking
2 shelves for grilling and
Top oven cooking
Scuffing of the Stayclean sides and
back panel by the oven furniture pack
may occur during transit.
These marks will disappear after the
oven has been used for the first time.
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THE ELECTRONIC TIMER
The electronic timer can indicate the time of
day, operate as a minute minder and
automatically time the Main oven.
A Auto Symbol ( automatic cooking )
Bell Symbol ( minute minder )
Cookpot Symbol ( manual cooking )
After a few seconds the time of day shows in
the display.
Cookpot Symbol
Auto
Symbol
Bell
Symbol
Please note that this is a 24 hour clock, for
example 2pm is shown as 14.00.
If the oven is switched off at the wall or there is
loss of power the clock will stop and you will not
be able to use the cooker. When you first switch
the electricity supply on, the timer display will
flash.
TO SET THE TIME OF DAY
1. Press buttons
and
Release the buttons.
together.
2. Within 5 seconds press the + button until
the time of day shows in the display.
The cookpot symbol (
) will be showing.
TO CHANGE THE TONE OF
THE ALARM
The timer has three different tones to the alarm.
You can change the sound of the alarm if you
wish.
1. Ensure the clock shows the correct time of
day.
2. Press the
the alarm.
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button to change the sound of
You will hear each of the three tones with each
press of the button. Keep pressing the button
until you hear the tone you prefer.
The next time the minute minder or timer is
used the tone you selected will sound.
THE MINUTE MINDER
1. Press and release the
button.
2.Within 5 seconds press the + button until
the display shows the time you want.
Our diagram shows the timer set to 5 minutes.
After a few seconds the time of day will show in
the display.
When you are using the minute minder you can
check the number of minutes remaining by
pressing the
button.
At the end of the timed period an alarm will
sound. Switch off the alarm by pressing the
button.
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AUTOMATIC TIMER CONTROL
The automatic timer can be used with the
Multifunction oven only.
TO SWITCH THE MULTIFUNCTION
OVEN ON AND OFF AUTOMATICALLY
1. Ensure the clock is showing the correct time
of day.
2. Place food in the Multifunction oven.
3. Set the length of time you want the food to
cook for by pressing and releasing the
button and then pressing the + button until
the correct cooking time is displayed.
This must be completed within 5 seconds of
pressing the
button.
The maximum cooking time is 23 hours 59
minutes.
The Cookpot and Auto symbols will show in the
display. Our diagram shows the cooking time
set for 2 hours 30 minutes.
After a few seconds the time of day shows in
the display.
4. To set the time you want the food to be
cooked by, press and release the
button.
This will show you the earliest possible stop
time.
If this is different to the time you want the food
to be cooked by, press the + button within 5
seconds until the correct stop time shows in the
display. Our diagram shows the food is to be
cooked by 18.00 hours (6pm).
After a few seconds the time of day shows in
the display and the Cookpot symbol goes out.
The 'Stop' time must not be more than 23 hours
59 minutes from the time of day. For example, if
the time of day is 09.00 hours (9.00am) the
latest 'Stop' time will be 08.59 (8.59am) the next
day.
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5. Turn the oven control to the correct
temperature and select the required function
using the Multifunction Selector.
The clock will work out what time the oven will
switch itself on and will switch the oven off at
the end. An audible signal will sound when
cooking is complete. To cancel the alarm, see
below.
RETURNING THE COOKER TO
MANUAL OR TO CANCEL AN
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMME
Once automatic cooking is complete an alarm
will sound and the Auto symbol will flash to
remind you that the oven needs to be set for
manual operation.
1. To do this press buttons
and
together.
After a few seconds the timer will show the
time of day. The cookpot will show in the
display and the oven will switch on again.
2. Turn the oven control and Multifunction
Selector off.
TO SET THE TIMER TO
SWITCH OFF ONLY
This is useful if you want to begin cooking
immediately but have the main oven switch off
whilst you are out.
1. Ensure the clock is showing the correct time
of day.
2. Place food in the oven.
3. Set the length of time you want the food to
cook for. Press and release the
button
and then within 5 seconds press the + button
until the correct cook time is showing.
Our diagram shows the timer set for 2 hours 30
minutes.
After a few seconds the time of day shows in
the display.
4. Turn the Multifunction Selector and oven
temperature control to the required function
and setting. The oven indicator neon will
come on.
If you want to check the time the oven will
switch off simply press the
button and the
'Stop' time will be displayed.
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At the end of the cooktime the oven will switch
off, the alarm will sound and the auto symbol
will flash.
5. To cancel and return to manual operation
press buttons
and
together.
6. Turn off the oven temperature control and
Multifunction Selector.
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THE DUAL GRILL
WARNING - Accessible parts become
hot when the grill is in use. Keep
children away.
USES OF THE GRILL
The grill is situated in the Top oven
compartment.
The grill is a dual circuit grill which means that
the full area of the grill or the centre section
only can be used. Use the full grill for cooking
larger quantities of food. Use the centre section
for economy purposes when cooking smaller
quantities.
HOW TO USE THE DUAL GRILL
1. Open the Grill / Top Oven door.
2. Push out and turn the grill / top oven control
clockwise
past
the
maximum
oven
temperature to the settings that control the
grill.
3. The first three settings control the full area at
¼, ½ and full power. Set to full power at first
then turn down as necessary. The fourth
setting is for the centre section of the grill
only. This section operates at full power.
The grill door must be left open when
grilling.
THINGS TO NOTE
The cooling fan for the controls will operate
as soon as the grill control is turned. For
more information on the operation of the
cooling fan turn to page 7.
The outer section of the grill element may
appear to glow brighter than the inner
section. This is quite normal.
The control knob surround will illuminate.
You can use the grill pan on the shelf in
positions 3 and 5 only.
If you use the grill pan in position 3 the shelf
must be withdrawn before the pan can be
located or removed.
Ensure the
located.
grill
pan
is
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4
3
2
1
properly
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THE GRILL PAN AND HANDLE
The grill pan has a removable handle.
To insert the handle, press the button on the
handle with the thumb and pivot the handle
slightly upwards inserting the lip into widest part
of the bracket. Move the handle towards the
left, lower into position and release the button.
Ensure the handle is positively located.
To remove the handle, press the button on the
handle with the thumb and pivot the handle
slightly upwards and towards the right to
remove from the bracket.
Protect your hands when removing the
grill pan handle.
Always remove the grill pan handle
during grilling.
To correctly locate the grill pan on the shelf,
ensure that the cut out on the underside of the
handle bracket locates over the front bar of the
shelf.
To check the progress of the food being grilled,
the grill pan should be withdrawn on the shelf to
attend to food during cooking.
Ensure that you support the grill pan
when it is withdrawn.
HINTS AND TIPS
Most foods should be placed on the grilling
grid in the grill pan. This allows maximum
circulation of air by raising the food out of fats
and juices. Foods such as fish, liver and
kidneys may be placed directly on the trivet in
the grill pan if preferred.
Adjust the grid and grill pan runner position to
allow for different thicknesses of food.
Position the food close to the element for
faster cooking and further away for more
gentle cooking.
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The grill pan grid is reversible. This is useful if
you want to cook foods of varying thickness.
As a general rule, bread for toasting should
be placed on the grid in the ' high ' position in
the grill pan. Foods such as chicken pieces or
chops may be grilled using the grilling grid in
the low position.
Food should be thoroughly dried before
grilling to minimise splashing. Brush lean
meats and fish lightly with a little oil or melted
butter to keep them moist during cooking.
Accompaniments such as tomatoes and
mushrooms may be placed underneath the
grid when grilling meats.
The food should be turned over during
cooking as required.
The grill door must be left open when grilling.
For convenience the grill door can be left
ajar.
Preheat the grill on full setting for a few
minutes before sealing steaks or toasting.
Adjust the heat setting and the shelf position
as necessary during cooking.
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GRILLING CHART
The chart below gives recommended cooking
times and shelf positions. Remember that these
are a guide and should be adjusted to suit
personal taste.
Note
Shelf positions are counted from the bottom
upwards.
Food
Grill Time
(Min)
Shelf
Grid
position
Bacon Rashers
3 - 5 each side
5
High
Beefburgers
6 - 10 each side
5
Low
Chicken Joints
15 - 20 each side
3
High
Chops - Lamb
- Pork
7 - 10 each side
10 - 15 each side
5
5
Low
Low
Fish - Whole Trout / Herring
Fillets - Plaice / Cod
8 - 12 each side
4 - 6 each side
5
5
Low
Low
Kebabs
10 - 15 each side
5
Low
Kidneys - Lamb
Pig
Liver
- Lamb / Pig
4 - 6 each side
8 - 10 each side
5 - 10 each side
5
5
5
Low
Low
Low
10 - 15 turn as required
5
Low
3 - 6 each side
6 - 8 each side
7 - 10 each side
5
5
5
Low
Low
Low
3 - 5 mins
3
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Sausages
Steaks - Rare
Medium
Well Done
Browning e.g. au gratin,
lasagne, shepherd's pie
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THE FAN ASSISTED TOP OVEN
USES OF THE FAN ASSISTED OVEN
The Top oven is the smaller of the two ovens. It
is convenient for mid-week meals where smaller
quantities or convenience foods are being
cooked. It is important to refer to the Top oven
cooking chart as a guide to shelf positions and
temperatures as these may differ from previous
cookers you may have used.
HOW TO USE THE FAN
ASSISTED OVEN
1. Push out and turn the Grill / Top oven
temperature control clockwise to the required
setting.
2. Push out the Fan Selector button.
THINGS TO NOTE
The Fan Selector neon will glow throughout
cooking.
The control knob surround will illuminate and
cycles on and off during use.
The cooling fan for the controls will operate
after a time. See page 7 for more information
on the operation of the cooling fan.
Do not place dishes, tins and trays
directly on the oven base as it becomes
very hot and damage will occur.
TO FIT THE OVEN SHELVES
There are 5 shelf positions in the Top oven.
Shelf positions are counted from the bottom
upwards.
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4
3
2
1
The shelves should be fitted with the straight
rods uppermost on the frame and the forms
towards the back of the oven.
If not fitted correctly the anti-tilt and safety stop
mechanism will be affected.
Back of the oven
Straight Rods
Frame
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HINTS AND TIPS
Use the Top oven when you want to warm
plates. Use a setting of 80°C - 100°C on the
oven temperature control.
You can use both shelves when using the fan
assisted oven.
There should always be at least 2.5cm (1")
between the top of the food and the grill
element. This gives best cooking results and
allows room for rise in yeast mixtures,
Yorkshire puddings etc. When cooking cakes,
pastry, scones bread etc., place the tins or
baking trays centrally on the shelf.
Ensure that food is placed centrally on the
shelf and there is sufficient room around the
baking tray or dish to allow for maximum
circulation.
Where a degree of evenness in baking is
required, it may be necessary to interchange
food during cooking.
Where a larger quantity of food is to be
cooked we recommend you use the main
oven.
Place dishes on a suitably sized baking tray
on the shelf to prevent spillage onto the oven
base and to help reduce cleaning.
The material and finish of the baking tray and
dishes will affect the degree of base browning
of the food. Enamelware, dark, heavy or
non-stick utensils increase base browning.
Shiny aluminium or polished steel trays
reflect the heat away and give less base
browning.
For economy leave the door open for the
shortest possible time, particularly when
placing food into a pre-heated oven.
Do not use the grill pan or meat tin as a
baking tray as this will increase base
browning of the food.
Because of the smaller cooking space and
lower temperatures, shorter cooking times
are sometimes required. Be guided by the
recommendations in the cooking chart.
When roasting we recommend that you use
the trivet in the meat tin. Fat and meat juices
will drain into the meat tin below and can be
used to make gravy. The trivet also prevents
splashes of fat from soiling the oven interior.
Note. The meat tin should not be placed on a
heated hotplate as this may cause the enamel
to crack.
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THE CONVENTIONAL TOP OVEN
USES OF THE CONVENTIONAL
OVEN
This form of cooking gives you the opportunity
to cook without the fan in operation. It is
particularly suitable for some cook chilled
convenience foods and dishes which require
extra base browning such as pizzas, quiches
and flans. Gratin's, lasagne and hotpots which
require extra top browning also cook well in the
conventional oven. For best results cook on
one level.
HOW TO USE THE
CONVENTIONAL OVEN
1. Push in the Fan Selector button.
2. Push out and turn the Grill / Top oven
temperature control clockwise to the required
setting.
THINGS TO NOTE
The control knob surround will illuminate and
cycle on and off during use.
The cooling fan for the controls will operate
after a short time. It may run on after the
controls are switched off until the cooker has
cooled. See page 7 for more details on the
operation of the cooling fan.
Do not place dishes, tins or baking
trays directly on the oven base as it
becomes very hot and damage will
occur.
TO FIT THE OVEN SHELF
There are 5 shelf positions in the Top oven.
Shelf positions are counted from the bottom
upwards.
5
4
3
2
1
The shelf should be fitted with the straight rods
uppermost on the frame and the forms towards
the back of the oven.
If not fitted correctly the anti-tilt and safety stop
mechanism will be affected.
Back of the oven
Straight Rods
Frame
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HINTS AND TIPS
The middle shelf allows for the best heat
distribution. To increase base browning
simply lower the shelf position. To increase
top browning, raise the shelf position.
The material and finish of the baking trays
and dishes used will affect base browning.
Enamelware, dark heavy or non-stick utensils
increase base browning, while oven
glassware, shiny aluminium or polished steel
trays reflect the heat away and give less base
browning.
Always place dishes centrally on the shelf to
ensure even browning.
Stand dishes on suitably sized baking trays to
prevent spillage onto the base of the oven
and make cleaning easier.
Single level cooking gives best results. If you
require more than one level of cooking use
the fan assisted function or main fan oven.
Because of the smaller cooking space and
lower temperature, shorter cooking times are
sometimes required. Be guided by the
recommendations in the cooking chart.
For economy leave the oven door open for
the shortest possible time particularly when
placing food in a preheated oven.
Where a larger quantity of food is to be
cooked we recommend you use the fan
assisted or main fan oven.
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5
4
3
2
1
TOP OVEN COOKING CHART
The oven temperatures are intended as a guide only. It may be necessary to increase or decrease the
temperatures by a further 10°C to suit individual preferences and requirements.
Note: Shelf positions are counted from the bottom of the oven.
CONVENTIONAL OVEN
FOOD
FAN ASSISTED OVEN
SHELF
POSITION
TEMP (°C)
SHELF
POSITION
TEMP (°C)
Biscuits
Bread
Bread Rolls / Buns
Cakes:
Small & Queen
Sponges
Victoria Sandwich
Madeira
Rich Fruit
Gingerbread
Meringues
Flapjack
Shortbread
Baked Custard
Casseroles : Beef / Lamb
Chicken
Convenience Foods
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
2
2
3
2&4
2
2&4
2&5
2&5
2&4
2
2
2&4
2&4
3
3
3
4
4
2&4
Fish
Fish Pie - potato topped
Fruit Pies, Crumbles
Milk Puddings
Pasta / Lasagne etc.
Pastry : Choux Eclairs/profiteroles
Flaky / Puff pies
Shortcrust Mince pies
Meat pies
Quiche, Tarts, Flans
Roast Meat / Poultry
Scones
Shepherds Pie
Soufflés
Vegetables : Baked Jacket Potatoes
Roast Potatoes
Yorkshire Puddings - large
- individual
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
170 -190
210 - 220
210 -220
180 - 190
180 - 190
180 - 190
160 - 170
140 - 150
150 - 160
80 - 100
180 - 190
140 - 150
160 - 170
150 - 160
140 - 160
Refer to
Packaging
170 - 190
200 - 210
190 - 200
140 - 150
190 - 200
190 - 200
190 - 200
200 - 210
190 - 200
190 - 200
210 - 220
180 - 190
160 - 180
220 -230
200 - 210
190 - 200
190 - 200
200 - 210
210 - 220
210 - 220
160 - 170
200 - 210
160 - 170
160 - 170
160 - 170
160 - 170
140 - 150
130 - 140
140 -150
90 - 100
170 - 180
130 - 140
150 - 160
140 - 150
140 -160
Refer to
Packaging
150 - 170
180 -190
190 - 200
130 - 140
170 - 180
190 - 200
190 - 200
190 - 200
170 - 180
170 - 180
170 - 180
180 - 190
160 - 180
210 - 220
200 - 210
160 - 170
200 - 210
170 - 180
210 - 220
210 - 220
3
7
3
3
3
3
3
3
2&4
2&4
2&4
3
2
2&4
3
3
3
4
4
4
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THERMAL GRILLING IN THE TOP OVEN
USES OF THERMAL GRILLING
Thermal grilling in the Top oven offers an
alternative method of cooking food items
normally associated with conventional grilling.
The grill element and the oven fan operate
together, circulating hot air around the food.
The need to check and turn food is reduced.
Thermal grilling helps to minimise cooking
smells in the kitchen and allows you to grill with
the oven door closed. With the exception of
toast and rare steaks you can thermal grill all
the foods you would normally cook under a
conventional grill.
Dishes prepared in advance such as
shepherd's pie, lasagne and au gratin's can be
heated through and browned on the top using
the thermal grilling function.
COOKING TIMES
Cooking is more gentle, therefore food
generally takes a little longer to cook when
thermal grilling compared with conventional
grilling. One of the advantages is that larger
quantities can be cooked at the same time.
A general guide to cooking times is given on
page 26 but these times may vary slightly
depending on the thickness and quantity of
food being cooked.
HOW TO THERMAL GRILL
Always thermal grill with the oven door
closed and with the grill pan handle
removed.
1. Press out the Fan Selector button.
2. Push out and turn the Top oven / Dual Grill
control past the maximum oven setting to the
required grill setting.
3. Locate the grill pan on shelf 3 or 5.
4. Remove the handle from the grill pan and
close the oven door.
If you use the grill pan in position 3, the
shelf must be withdrawn before the
pan can be located or removed.
Ensure the grill pan is properly located.
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THINGS TO NOTE
Shelf position 3 is suitable for most foods.
Setting
is suitable for most thicker foods
such as chicken quarters and pork chops.
Setting
is suitable for foods such as
bacon.
The control knob surround will illuminate.
The Selector indicator
throughout cooking.
neon
will
glow
The oven fan will operate continually during
thermal grilling.
The cooling fan for the controls will come on
when the grill control is turned. It may run on
after the controls are switched off until the
cooker has cooled. See page 7 for more
details on the operation of the cooling fan.
HINTS AND TIPS
Prepare foods in the same way as for
conventional grilling. Brush lean meats and
fish lightly with a little oil or butter to keep
them moist during cooking.
Most food should be placed on the grill pan
grid in the 'high' position in the grill pan to
allow maximum circulation of air around the
food. Foods such as fish, liver and kidneys
may be placed directly onto the trivet in the
grill pan if preferred.
The use of the trivet beneath the grid when
grilling fatty foods will help minimise fat
splashing.
Accompaniments such as tomatoes and
mushrooms may be placed below the grid
when grilling meats, or in a separate dish on
a lower shelf.
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Turn food over during cooking as necessary.
Ensure that ready prepared or cooked chilled
dishes e.g. shepherds pie, moussaka,
lasagne, etc., are piping hot throughout
before serving.
Be prepared to make suitable adjustments to
the grill setting during cooking to suit
individual requirements. It may be necessary
to turn down as required. If thermal grilling on
more than one level, it may be necessary to
interchange the food on the shelves during
cooking.
5
4
3
2
1
With the exception of toast and rare steak
you can thermal grill all foods normally grilled
by conventional methods.
THERMAL GRILLING CHART
FOOD
Bacon Rashers
Beefburgers
Chicken Joints
Chops - Lamb
- Pork
Fish - Whole Trout / Mackerel
Fillets - Plaice / Cod
Kebabs
Kidneys - Lamb / Pig
Liver - Lamb / Pig
Sausages
Steaks - Medium
- Well Done
Heating through and browning
eg. au gratin, lasagne,
Shepherds pie
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SHELF
5
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
GRILL SETTING TIME (mins in total)
8 -12
10 - 15
30 - 40
20 - 25
20 - 25
10 - 20
10 - 15
20 - 30
10 - 15
20 - 30
10 - 20
15 - 20
20 - 30
depends on
dish
TO DEFROST IN THE TOP OVEN
USES OF DEFROST
This function enables you to defrost most foods
without heat faster than some conventional
methods as the oven fan circulates air around
the food. It is particularly suitable for defrosting
delicate frozen foods which are to be served
cold e.g. cream filled gateaux, cakes covered
with icings or frostings, cheesecakes, biscuits,
scones etc.
HOW TO DEFROST
1. Press out the Fan Selector button.
2. The Dual grill / Top oven control should be in
the Off '0' position.
THINGS TO NOTE
The oven fan will operate.
The fan selector indicator neon will illuminate.
HINTS AND TIPS
Place the frozen food in a single layer where
possible and turn it over half way through the
defrosting process.
The actual speed of defrosting is influenced
by room temperature. On warm days
defrosting will be faster than on cooler days.
It is preferable to thaw fish, meat and poultry
slowly in the fridge. However, this process
can be accelerated by using the defrost
function. Small or thin fish fillets, frozen
peeled prawns, cubed or minced meat, liver,
thin chops, steaks etc., can be thawed in 1 2 hours.
A 1kg/2¼lb oven ready chicken will be
thawed in approximately 5 hours. Remove
the giblets as soon as possible during the
thawing process.
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Joints of meat up to 2kg/4½lb in weight can
be thawed using the defrost function.
All joints of meat and poultry must be thawed
thoroughly before cooking.
DO NOT leave food at room temperature
once it is defrosted. Cook raw food
immediately or store cooked food in the
fridge.
Care must always be taken when handling
foods in the home. Always follow the basic
rules of food hygiene to prevent bacterial
growth and cross contamination when
defrosting, preparing, cooking cooling and
freezing foods. This is particularly important if
the main oven is in use or is warm, as the
temperature in the Top oven will be higher
than room temperature.
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THE MAIN FAN OVEN
USES OF THE FAN OVEN
The fan oven is particularly suitable for cooking
larger quantities of food.
The advantages of fan oven cooking are:
PREHEATING
The fan oven quickly reaches its temperature
so it not usually necessary to preheat the oven.
Without preheating however you may need to
add an extra 5 - 10 minutes on the
recommended cooking times. For recipes
needing high temperatures e.g. bread, pastries,
scones, soufflés etc., best results are achieved
if the oven is preheated first.
COOKING TEMPERATURES
Fan oven cooking generally requires lower
temperatures than conventional cooking. Follow
the temperatures recommended in the chart on
page 33 until you are familiar with the lower
temperatures associated with Fan oven
cooking. As a guide reduce temperatures by
20°C - 25°C for your own recipes.
BATCH BAKING
The fan oven cooks evenly on all shelf levels,
especially useful when batch baking.
HOW TO USE THE FAN OVEN
1. Push out and turn the Selector to Fan oven.
2. Push out and turn the main oven temperature
control to the required setting.
THINGS TO NOTE
The oven light will come on when the
Selector is set.
The oven fan will operate continually during
cooking.
The cooling fan for the controls may operate
after a time. See page 7 for further details on
the operation of the cooling fan.
The control surrounds will illuminate. The
oven control surround will cycle on and off
during use.
If an automatic programme has been set, the
oven fan and oven light do not come on until
the cook time begins.
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Back of the oven
TO FIT THE MAIN OVEN SHELVES
The shelves should be fitted with the straight
rods uppermost on the frame and the forms
towards the back of the oven. If not fitted
correctly the anti-tilt and safety stop mechanism
will be affected.
Straight Rods
HINTS AND TIPS
Arrange the shelves in the required positions
before switching the oven on. Shelves are
numbered from the bottom upwards.
14
1
When cooking more than one dish in the fan
oven, place dishes centrally on different
shelves rather than cluster several dishes on
one shelf, this will allow the heat to circulate
freely for the best cooking results.
It is recommended that when baking larger
quantities, the shelf positions should be
evenly spaced to suit the load being cooked.
A slight increase in cooking time may be
necessary.
The use of excessively high temperatures
can cause uneven browning. It may be
necessary to reduce temperatures slightly.
Refer to the recommendations given in the
oven cooking chart, on page 33.
The material and finish of the baking trays
and dishes used will affect base browning.
Enamelware, dark heavy or non-stick utensils
increase base browning, while oven
glassware, shiny aluminium or polished steel
trays reflect the heat away and give less base
browning.
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Frame
THE CONVENTIONAL OVEN
USES OF THE CONVENTIONAL
OVEN
This form of cooking gives you the opportunity
to cook without the fan in operation. It is
particularly suitable for dishes which require
extra base browning such as pizzas, quiches
and flans. Gratin's, lasagne and hotpots which
require extra top browning also cook well in the
conventional oven. For best results cook on
one level.
HOW TO USE THE
CONVENTIONAL OVEN
1. Push out and turn the Selector to Conventional
Oven.
2. Push out and turn the main oven temperature
control to the required setting.
THINGS TO NOTE
The control surrounds will illuminate and the
oven control surround will cycle on and off
during use.
The internal oven light operates when the
Selector is set. If an automatic cooking
programme is set, the oven light will come on
when the cook time begins.
The cooling fan for the controls may operate
after a time. It may run on after the controls
are switched off until the cooker has cooled.
See page 7 for more details on the operation
of the cooling fan.
Do not place dishes, tin or baking trays
directly on the oven base as it becomes
very hot and damage will occur.
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HINTS AND TIPS
The middle shelf allows for the best heat
distribution. To increase base browning
simply lower the shelf position. To increase
top browning, raise the shelf position.
The material and finish of the baking trays
and dishes used will affect base browning.
Enamelware, dark heavy or non-stick utensils
increase base browning, while oven
glassware, shiny aluminium or polished steel
trays reflect the heat away and give less base
browning.
Always place dishes centrally on the shelf to
ensure even browning.
Stand dishes on suitably sized baking trays to
prevent spillage onto the base of the oven
and make cleaning easier.
Single level cooking gives best results. If you
want to cook on more than one level use the
fan or zoned oven functions.
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MAIN OVEN COOKING CHART
The oven temperatures are intended as a guide only. It may be necessary to increase or decrease the
temperatures by a further 10°C to suit individual preferences and requirements.
Note: Shelf positions are counted from the bottom of the oven.
FAN OVEN
FOOD
CONVENTIONAL OVEN
SHELF
POSITION
TEMP (°C)
SHELF
POSITION
TEMP (°C)
Biscuits
Bread
Bread Rolls / Buns
Cakes:
Small & Queen
Sponges
Victoria Sandwich
Madeira
Rich Fruit
Christmas
Gingerbread
Meringues
Flapjack
Shortbread
Baked Custard
Casseroles : Beef / Lamb
Chicken
Convenience Foods
2 & 12
1&9
2 & 12
2 & 12
4 & 11
4 & 11
7
7
7
4 & 11
4 & 11
4 & 11
7
7
7
7
Any
7
4
4
4
4
4
7
7
1
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
Fish
Fish Pie - potato topped
Fruit Pies, Crumbles
Milk Puddings
Pasta / Lasagne etc.
Pastry : Choux Eclairs/profiteroles
Flaky / Puff pies
Shortcrust Mince pies
Meat pies
Quiche, Tarts, Flans
Roast Meat / Poultry
Scones
Shepherds Pie
Soufflés
Vegetables : Baked Jacket Potatoes
Roast Potatoes
Yorkshire Puddings - large
- individual
7
7
4 & 11
7
7
160 -190
210 -220
210 -220
160 -170
160 -170
160 -170
140 - 150
140 -150
130 - 140
140 -150
90 - 100
170 - 180
140 - 150
140 - 150
140 - 150
160 -180
Refer to
Packaging
150 - 170
190 - 200
180 -190
130 - 140
180 - 190
7
7
7
7
7
150 - 160
210 - 220
210 - 220
170 - 180
160 - 170
160 - 170
160 - 170
130 - 140
130 - 140
140 - 160
80 - 100
170 - 180
140 - 150
160 - 170
140 - 150
150 - 160
Refer to
Packaging
150 - 160
180 - 190
190 - 200
130 - 140
190 - 200
4 & 11
7
160 - 170
210 - 220
7
7
170 - 180
210 - 220
4 & 11
4 & 11
7
4
2 & 12
7
7
7
7
10
10
170 - 180
210 - 220
180 - 190
160 - 180
200 -210
190 - 200
170 - 180
190 - 200
200 - 210
210 -220
210 -220
7
7
7
1
4
7
7
7
7
7
7
190 - 200
190 - 200
190 - 200
160 - 180
210 - 220
190 - 200
180 - 190
190 - 200
200 - 210
220 - 230
220 - 230
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AU GRATIN FUNCTION
USES OF AU GRATIN SETTING
This setting can be used whenever heating
through and top browning is required. It is ideal
for reheating and browning dishes such as
Shepherds pie.
The top of the oven is hotter than the bottom.
The approximate difference in temperature
between the top and the bottom is 30°C.
HOW TO USE AU GRATIN
1. Push out and turn the Selector to the Au
Gratin setting.
2. Push out and turn the main oven temperature
control to the required setting.
THINGS TO NOTE
The control surrounds will illuminate and the
oven control surround will cycle on and off
during use.
The cooling fan for the controls may operate
after a time. It may run on after the controls
are switched off until the cooker has cooled.
See page 7 for further details on the cooling
fan.
If an automatic cooking programme is set, the
oven light will come on when the cook time
begins.
HINTS AND TIPS
Use the Au Gratin setting for all dishes
normally browned by a conventional grill.
This setting is ideal for heating through and
browning lasagne, cauliflower cheese,
shepherds pie, fish pies etc.
Use a setting of 200°C on the main oven
temperature control.
It is best to cover dishes where practical for
part of the cooking time to prevent over
browning. Uncover food for the last 15-30
minutes of cooking time to allow the food to
brown.
Ensure that food is placed centrally on the
shelves and that there is sufficient room
around the dishes to allow for maximum air
circulation.
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DEFROSTING IN THE MAIN OVEN
USES OF DEFROST FEATURE
This main oven function enables you to defrost
most foods without heat faster than some
conventional methods as the oven fan
circulates air around the food. It is particularly
suitable for delicate frozen foods which are to
be served cold e.g. cream filled gateaux, cakes
covered with icings or frostings, cheesecakes,
biscuits, scones etc.
HOW TO DEFROST
1. Push out and turn the Selector to Defrost
setting.
2. The Main Oven temperature control should
be at the Off '0' position.
THINGS TO NOTE
The oven fan and internal oven light will
operate.
The Selector control surround will illuminate.
HINTS AND TIPS
Place the frozen food in a single layer where
possible and turn it over half way through the
defrosting process.
The actual speed of defrosting is influenced
by room temperature. On warm days
defrosting will be faster than on cooler days.
It is preferable to thaw fish, meat and poultry
slowly in the fridge. However, this process
can be accelerated by using the defrost
function. Small or thin fish fillets, frozen
peeled prawns, cubed or minced meat, liver,
thin chops, steaks etc., can be thawed in 1 2 hours.
35
A 1kg/2¼lb oven ready chicken will be
thawed in approximately 5 hours. Remove
the giblets as soon as possible during the
thawing process.
Joints of meat up to 2kg/4½lb in weight can
be thawed using the defrost function.
All joints of meat and poultry must be thawed
thoroughly before cooking.
Always cook thoroughly immediately after
thawing.
DO NOT leave food at room temperature
once it is defrosted. Cook raw food
immediately or store cooked food in the
fridge.
Care must always be taken when handling
foods in the home. Always follow the basic
rules of food hygiene to prevent bacterial
growth and cross contamination when
defrosting, preparing, cooking cooling and
freezing foods.
36
THERMAL GRILLING IN THE MAIN OVEN
USES OF THERMAL GRILLING
Thermal grilling in the main oven offers an
alternative method of cooking food items
normally associated with conventional grilling.
Thermal grilling helps to minimise cooking
smells in the kitchen and allows you to grill with
the oven door closed. The need to check and
turn food is reduced. With the exception of toast
and rare steaks you can thermal grill all the
foods you would normally cook under a
conventional grill.
COOKING TIMES
Cooking is more gentle, therefore food
generally takes a little longer to cook when
thermal grilling compared with conventional
grilling. One of the advantages is that larger
quantities can be cooked at the same time.
A general guide to cooking times is given on
page 39 but these times may vary slightly
depending on the thickness and quantity of
food being cooked.
HOW TO THERMAL GRILL
Always thermal grill with the oven door
closed and with the grill pan handle
removed.
1. Push out and turn the Selector to Thermal
Grill.
2. Push out and turn the main oven temperature
control to the required setting. (A temperature
of between 140°C and 220°C is suitable for
thermal grilling).
3. Remove the handle from the grill pan and
close the oven door.
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THINGS TO NOTE
The control surrounds will illuminate.
With prolonged use, the oven temperature
control surround may cycle on and off.
The oven fan will operate continually during
thermal grilling.
The oven light will come on when the selector
is set.
The cooling fan for the controls may operate
after a time. It may run on after the controls
are switched off until the cooker has cooled.
See page 7 for more details on the operation
of the cooling fan.
HINTS AND TIPS
Prepare foods in the same way as for
conventional grilling. Brush lean meats and
fish lightly with a little oil or butter to keep
them moist during cooking.
Most food should be placed on the grill pan
grid in the 'high' position in the grill pan to
allow maximum circulation of air around the
food. Foods such as fish, liver and kidneys
may be placed directly onto the trivet in the
grill pan if preferred.
The use of the trivet beneath the grid when
grilling fatty foods will help minimise fat
splashing.
Accompaniments such as tomatoes and
mushrooms may be placed below the grid
when grilling meats, or in a separate dish on
a lower shelf.
38
Foods will cook more quickly the closer they
are to the grill element and the higher the
temperatures selected. Be prepared to adjust
temperatures and shelf positions during
cooking if necessary.
Turn food over during cooking as necessary.
Ensure that ready prepared or cooked chilled
dishes e.g. shepherds pie, moussaka,
lasagne, etc., are piping hot throughout
before serving.
A temperature range of 140°-220°C and shelf
positions 9 and 10 are suitable for most
foods. Be prepared to make suitable
adjustments during cooking to suit individual
requirements. If thermal grilling on more than
one level, it may be necessary to interchange
the food on the shelves during cooking.
THERMAL GRILLING CHART
FOOD
Bacon Rashers
Beefburgers
Chicken Joints
Chops - Lamb
- Pork
Fish - Whole Trout / Mackerel
Fillets - Plaice / Cod
Kebabs
Kidneys - Lamb / Pig
Liver - Lamb / Pig
Sausages
Steaks - Medium
- Well Done
Heating through and browning
eg. au gratin, lasagne,
Shepherds pie
SHELF
TEMP (°C)
TIME (MINS IN TOTAL)
9
9
8
9
9
9
10
10
9
9
9
10
10
9
200
190
160
170
170
170
170
170
180
190
190
220
220
170
10 - 12
10 -15
30 - 40
20 - 30
20 - 30
10 - 20
10 - 20
20 - 30
20 - 30
10 - 15
10 - 15
8 -10 each side
10 -15 each side
20 (depends on size)
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CARE AND CLEANING
Before cleaning the cooker always
allow the cooling fan for the controls to
cool the cooker down before switching
off the electricity supply.
CLEANING MATERIALS
Before using any cleaning materials on your
cooker, check that they are suitable and that
their use is recommended by the manufacturer.
Cleaners that contain bleach should NOT be
used as they may dull the surface finishes.
Harsh abrasives should also be avoided.
CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE
COOKER
DO NOT use abrasive cleaning materials or
scourers on the outside of the cooker as some
of the finishes are painted and damage may
occur. Regularly wipe over the control panel
and oven doors using a soft cloth well wrung
out in warm water to which a little liquid
detergent has been added.
Do not attempt to remove any of the
control knobs from the panel as this
may cause damage and is a safety
hazard.
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CLEANING THE OUTER AND
INNER DOOR GLASS PANELS
To prevent damaging or weakening
the door glass panels avoid the use of
the following:
l Household detergents and bleaches
l Impregnated pads unsuitable for
non-stick saucepans
l Brillo/Ajax pads or steel wool pads
l Chemical oven pads or aerosols
l Rust removers
l Bath/Sink stain removers
The outer oven door
removable for cleaning.
glass
panels
are
TO REMOVE THE OUTER GLASS
1. Open the oven door slightly to gain access to
the two cross head screws on the top of the
oven door.
Grill Door Trim
2. Loosen the two screws using a Pozidrive
screwdriver.
3. Holding the door glass securely in place with
one hand remove the screws and washers
with the other hand.
The screws and washers retain the trim on
the top of the grill door. Note the position of
the trim on the door.
4. Holding the door and glass with one hand,
pull towards you and slightly lift the door
glass with the other hand to disengage the
panel from the location point at the bottom of
the door. Gently release the door to close it.
5. Clean the outer and inner glass using hot
soapy water or Hob Brite. Should the inner
face of the outer door glass be heavily soiled
it is recommended that soapy water with a
high concentration of soap is used. To
prevent streaking a glass cleaning spray may
be applied and the glass polished with a soft
cloth. Ensure that all parts are well rinsed
and thoroughly dry before attempting to
replace the outer door glass.
If the door glass panel becomes
chipped or has deep scratches the
glass will be weakened and must be
replaced to prevent the possibility of
the panel shattering. Please contact
your local Service Centre who will be
pleased to advise further.
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TO REPLACE THE OUTER
DOOR GLASS
1. Holding the door glass panel with both hands,
gently place the locators into the holes of the
brackets at the bottom of the oven door.
2. Holding the door glass with your left hand,
use your right hand to open the oven door.
Bring the door gently towards the glass panel
ensuring the screw location holes line up.
3. Place the trim in the correct position on the
top of the grill door.
4. Hold the glass in place with one hand and
insert the cross head screws with washers
into the location holes with the other hand.
Give the screws one turn to ensure the glass
is secure.
5. Tighten the screws positively with a Pozidrive
screwdriver before closing the oven door.
DO NOT attempt to use the oven
without the glass being in place.
TO CLEAN THE INNER GLASS
DOOR
The inner glass door is not removable. Clean
using hot soapy water or Hob Brite and a soft
cloth. DO NOT use abrasives as they may
damage the glass or seal.
CLEANING THE MAIN OVEN
The main oven top, sides and back panels are
coated with a Stayclean finish.
The Stayclean areas in the main oven should
not be cleaned manually. See Oven Clean
Feature on page 46.
The main oven base can be cleaned using
normal oven cleaners or aerosol oven cleaners
with care. Ensure that the manufacturers
instructions are followed and that all parts are
well rinsed afterwards.
Do not use any cleaning agents or scrapers on
the oven tops, sides, back panels and door
seals.
Damage will occur if soap impregnated steel
wool pads, aerosol cleaners or any abrasive
cleaners are used.
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CLEANING THE GRILL/ TOP
OVEN COMPARTMENT
The Top oven top, sides and back panels are
coated with a Stayclean finish.
The Stayclean areas in the Top oven should
not be cleaned manually.
Follow the procedure below to maintain the
appearance of the Stayclean finish.
The Top oven base can be cleaned using
normal oven cleaners or aerosol oven cleaners
with care. Ensure that the manufacturers
instructions are followed and that all parts are
well rinsed afterwards.
Do not use any cleaning agents or scrapers on
the oven top, sides, back panels and door seal.
Damage will occur if soap impregnated steel
wool pads, aerosol cleaners or any abrasive
cleaners are used.
THE OVEN CLEANING CYCLE
- TOP OVEN
1. Remove oven shelves and bakeware from
oven.
2. Push out the Fan Selector button.
3. Push out and turn the top oven temperature
control to 220°C and allow the oven to run for
an hour or so.
THINGS TO NOTE
The Fan Selector neon will illuminate.
The Cooling Fan for the controls will operate
after a short time. It may run on after the
controls are switched off until the cooker has
cooled. See page 7 for more details on the
operation of the cooling fan.
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HINTS AND TIPS
Slight discolouration and polishing of the
Stayclean surfaces may occur in time, but
this will not affect their self cleaning
properties.
A good time to use the oven cleaning cycle is
after the weekly roast.
If you do a lot of roasting and very little
baking you should follow the cleaning cycle
every week. If you roast very little you will
only need to follow the cleaning cycle every 2
- 3 weeks.
Follow the recommendations below to keep
soilage to a minimum.
COOKING TO REDUCE SOILAGE
Cook at the recommended temperatures.
Higher temperatures during roasting will
increase soilage. Try cooking at lower
temperatures for an increased length of time,
you will save energy and often the joint is
more tender.
Use minimal, if any, extra oil or fat when
roasting meat, potatoes only require brushing
with fat before cooking. Extra fat in the oven
during roasting will increase splashing and
soilage.
It is not necessary to add water to the meat
tin when roasting. The water and the fat
juices from the joint create excessive
splattering during cooking, even at normal
temperatures,
as
well
as
causing
condensation.
Covering joints during cooking will also
prevent splashing onto the interior surfaces.
Removing the covering for the last 20-30
minutes will allow extra browning if required.
Some large joints and turkeys especially
benefit by this method of cooking, allowing
the joint to cook through before the outside is
overbrowned.
Do use the trivet in the roasting tin. During
roasting the fat from the joint will be
contained beneath the trivet and therefore
prevent it from splattering onto the Stayclean
finish.
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TO REMOVE THE WIREWORK
RUNNERS
The wirework runners in both ovens can be
removed for cleaning.
1. Remove all shelves and furniture from the
oven.
2. Hold the wirework at the bottom, unclip from
the cavity side and gently pull towards the
centre of the oven.
3. Support the side panel at the bottom.
4. Unhook the runner and side panel at the top
and remove them from the cavity.
5. To replace, ensure the side panels
assembled onto the wirework runner before
hooking it back into the oven.
SIDE PANEL
CAVITY
CENTRE
CLEANING THE SHELVES,
WIREWORK RUNNERS AND OVEN
FURNITURE
Soak the oven shelves, wirework runners and
grilling grid in hot soapy water if heavily soiled,
they will then clean more easily. If the shelves
are heavily soiled a soap impregnated steel
wool pad can be used.
The grill pan, meat tin and trivet can be cleaned
using a soap impregnated steel wool pad.
All items of grill and oven furniture are
dishwasher safe with the exception of the grill
pan handle.
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OVEN CLEAN FEATURE
USES OF OVEN CLEAN
The main oven top, sides and back panel are
coated with a Stayclean finish.
During normal use the Stayclean coating on the
oven interior will become splashed with fats and
food residues. When Oven Clean is selected,
the Stayclean surfaces burn off any soilage.
Regular use of the Oven Clean function will
help to keep the panels in good condition.
HOW TO USE OVEN CLEAN MAIN OVEN ONLY
1. Remove oven shelves and bakeware from
oven.
2. Push out and turn the Selector to Oven
Clean.
3. Push out and turn the main oven temperature
control to 220°C and allow the oven to run for
an hour or so.
THINGS TO NOTE
The control surrounds will illuminate. The
oven temperature control surround may cycle
on and off during use.
The internal oven light will come on when the
selector is set.
The cooling fan for the controls may operate
after a time when the oven clean is selected.
It may run on after the controls are switched
off until the cooker has cooled. See page 7
for more details on the operation of the
cooling fan.
The oven fan operates continually when oven
clean is selected.
46
HINTS AND TIPS
Slight discolouration and polishing of the
Stayclean surfaces may occur in time, but
this will not affect their self cleaning
properties.
A good time to use the oven clean function is
after the weekly roast.
If you do a lot of roasting and very little
baking you should follow the cleaning cycle
every week. If you roast very little you will
only need to follow the cleaning cycle every 2
- 3 weeks.
Follow the recommendations below to keep
soilage to a minimum.
COOKING TO REDUCE SOILAGE
Cook at the recommended temperatures.
Higher temperatures during roasting will
increase soilage. Try cooking at lower
temperatures for an increased length of time,
you will save energy and often the joint is
more tender.
Use minimal, if any, extra oil or fat when
roasting meat, potatoes only require brushing
with fat before cooking. Extra fat in the oven
during roasting will increase splashing and
soilage.
It is not necessary to add water to the meat
tin when roasting. The water and the fat
juices from the joint create excessive
splattering during cooking, even at normal
temperatures,
as
well
as
causing
condensation.
Covering joints during cooking will also
prevent splashing onto the interior surfaces.
Removing the covering for the last 20-30
minutes will allow extra browning if required.
Some large joints and turkeys especially
benefit by this method of cooking, allowing
the joint to cook through before the outside is
overbrowned.
Do use the trivet in the roasting tin. During
roasting the fat from the joint will be
contained beneath the trivet and therefore
prevent it from splattering onto the Stayclean
finish.
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THE OVEN LIGHT
The oven light illuminates the oven when the
Selector is turned to
.
This is useful for improving visibility when
cleaning the oven base.
REPLACING THE OVEN LIGHT
BULB
Isolate the cooker from the electricity
supply before replacing the bulb.
The type of bulb required is a 300°C, 25 watt
small Edison Screw.
1. Make sure the cooker is cool before you
replace a bulb.
2. Open the oven door and remove the shelves
wirework runners and side panels.
Instructions on how to remove the wirework
runners are given on page 45.
3. Pull the glass bulb cover towards you and
then pull it off. If necessary use a screwdriver
to carefully lever off the cover, taking care not
to damage the oven cavity.
4. Unscrew the bulb by turning it to the left.
5. Fit a new bulb and then replace the glass
bulb cover.
6. Refit the wirework runners, side panels and
replace the oven shelves.
7. Restore the cooker to the electricity supply
and reset the time of day.
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IF SOMETHING DOESN'T WORK
Please carry out the following checks on your cooker before calling a Service Engineer. It may be that
the problem is a simple one which you can solve yourself without the expense of a service call.
If our Service Engineer finds that the problem is listed below you will be charged for the call whether or
not the cooker is under guarantee.
PROBLEM
The grill, ovens and timer do not work
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Check that the cooker has been wired in to the
cooker supply and is switched on at the wall.
Check that the main cooker fuse is working.
The Grill and Top Oven work but the Main
Oven does not.
Check that the timer is set for manual
operation. See page 11.
The Grill does not work or cuts out after being
used for a long period of time.
Check that only the Grill control has been
turned. If the Top Oven control has been
turned it will override the grill.
Ensure that the grill door is open when grilling.
Leave the grill door open and allow the grill to
cool. After a couple of hours check that the
grill works as normal.
Ensure the cooling fan is running when the
grill is on. If the cooling fan fails, the grill will
cycle on and off. Contact your nearest Service
Centre.
The timer does not work
Check that the instructions for the operation of
the timer are being closely followed.
The indicator neons are not working correctly
Check that you have selected only the
function you require. Ensure all other controls
are in the Off 'O' position.
The oven is not cooking evenly
Check that the cooker is correctly installed and
is level.
Check that the recommended temperatures
and shelf positions are being used.
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The oven light fails to illuminate
The oven light bulb may need replacing see
page 48.
If the Main Oven is set for automatic cooking
the light will illuminate when the cook time
begins.
The oven fan is noisy
Check that the oven is level.
Check that shelves and bakeware are not
vibrating in contact with the oven back panel.
The oven temperature is too high or low
50
Check that the recommended temperatures
and shelf positions are being used. See pages
23 and 33. Be prepared to adjust up or down
by 10°C to achieve the results you want.
GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
Standard guarantee conditions
AEG offer the following guarantee to the first purchaser of this appliance:
1. The guarantee is valid for 12 months commencing when the appliance is handed over to the first
retail purchaser, which must be verified by purchase invoice or similar documentation.
The guarantee does not cover commercial use.
2. The guarantee covers all parts or components which fail due to faulty workmanship or faulty
material. The guarantee does not cover appliances where defects or poor performance are due to
misuse, accidental damage, neglect, faulty installation, unauthorised modification or attempted
repair, commercial use or failure to observe requirements and recommendations set out in the
instruction book.
This guarantee does not cover such parts as light bulbs, removable glassware.
3. Should guarantee repairs be necessary the purchaser must inform the nearest customer service
office (AEG's service or authorised agent). AEG reserves the right to stipulate the place of repair
(i.e. the customer's home, place of installation or AEG workshop).
4. The guarantee or free replacement includes both labour and materials.
5. Repairs carried out under guarantee do not extend the guarantee period for the appliance. Parts
removed during guarantee repairs become the property of AEG.
6. The Purchaser's statutory rights are not affected by this guarantee.
European Guarantee
If you should move to another country within Europe then your guarantee moves with you to your new
home subject to the following qualifications:
The guarantee starts from the date you first purchased your product
The guarantee is for the same period and to the same extent for labour and parts as exists in the
new country of use for this brand or range of products
This guarantee relates to you and cannot be transferred to another user
Your new home is within the European Community (EC) or European Free Trade Area
The product is installed and used in accordance with our instructions and is only used domestically,
i.e. a normal household
The product is installed taking into account regulations in your new country
Before you move please contact your nearest Customer Care centre, listed below, to give them details
of your new home. They will then ensure that the local Service Organisation is aware of your move and
able to look after you and your appliances.
France
Germany
Italy
Sweden
UK
Senlis
Nürnberg
Pordenone
Stockholm
Newbury
+33 (0)3 44 62 29 29
+49 (0)911 323 2600
+39 (0)1678 47053
+46 (0)8 738 79 10
+44 (0)1635 572 700
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SERVICE AND SPARE PARTS
If after carrying out the necessary checks there is still a fault with your appliance please contact your
local AEG Service Centre.
In-guarantee customers should make sure that the checks have been made as the engineer will
make a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or electrical breakdown.
Please note that proof of purchase is required for in-guarantee service calls.
Service & Spare Parts
Spare parts can be purchased through your local service centre.
To contact your local AEG Service Centre, please telephone:
0990 929929
Help us to help you
Please determine your type of enquiry before writing or telephoning. When you contact us we need to
know,
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Your name, address and post code.
Your telephone number.
Clear and concise details of the fault.
The model, serial and product number.
Date of purchase.
The model, serial and product number can be found on the rating plate on the lower front frame of the
cooker upon opening the oven door. It is advisable to make a note on the inside back cover of this book
for easy reference.
Customer Care
For general enquiries concerning your AEG appliance, or further information on AEG products, you are
invited to contact our Customer Care Department by letter or telephone:
Customer Care Department
AEG Domestic Appliances Limited
PO Box 47
Newbury
Berkshire RG14 5XL
Tel: 01635 572700
Fax: 01635 42970
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AEG SERVICE CENTRES
To contact your local AEG Service Centre telephone
CHANNEL ISLANDS
ORKNEY
Corsie Domestics
(M65)
7 King Street
0990 929929
NORTH EAST
Kirkwall
GUERNSEY
Orkney KW15
Guernsey Electricity
SHETLAND
PO Box 4
JERSEY
Tait
Electronic
Systems
GATESHEAD
Unit 356a
(M39)
Dukesway Court
Vale , Guernsey
Ltd.
Dukesway
Channel Islands
Holmsgarth Road
Team Valley
Lerwick
Gateshead
(OWN SALES)
Shetland ZE1 0PW
NE11 0BH
SHETLAND
Bolts Shetland Ltd
GRIMSBY
Unit 2
Queens Road
26 North Road
(M42)
Cromwell Road
St Helier
Lerwick
Grimsby
(OWN SALES)
Shetland ZE1 0PE
South
WHALSAY
Leask Electrical
Jersey
Electricity
Company
PO Box 45
Jersey
Channel Islands
JE4 8NY
(OWN SALES)
Humberside
DN31 2BN
Harlsdale
HULL
Unit 1
Symbister, Whalsay
(M41)
Boulevard
Shetland
ZE2 9AA
Industrial
Estate
Hull
HU3 4AY
SCOTLAND
ABERDEEN
8 Cornhill Arcade
(M05)
Cornhill Drive
NORTHERN IRELAND
Aberdeen
AB2 5UT
BELFAST
Owenmore House
(M27)
Kilwee Industrial Estate
AUCHTERMUCHY
33A Burnside
Upper Dunmury Lane
(M03)
Auchtermuchy
Belfast
Fife
BT17 0HD
Unit 5
(M07)
Block 2
64-66 Cross Gates Road
(M37)
Leeds
LS15 7NN
NEWTON AYCLIFFE
Unit 16
(M45)
Gurney Way
Aycliffe Ind Estate
Newton Aycliffe
DL5 6UJ
KY14 7AJ
BLANTYRE
LEEDS
SHEFFIELD
Pennine House
(M38)
Roman Ridge Ind.
Roman Ridge Road
Sheffield
WALES
Auchenraith Ind Estate
Rosendale Way
S9 1GB
Blantyre
G72 0NJ
CARDIFF
Guardian
DUMFRIES
93 Irish Street
(M28)
Estate
(M01)
Dumfries
Tremorfa, Cardiff
CF2 2QS
DG1 2PQ
DUNOON
Briar Hill
(M67)
7 Hill Street,
CLYWD
Unit 6-7 Coed - Parc
(M14)
Abergele Road
PA23 7AL
GLASGOW
20 Cunningham Road
(M04)
Clyde Estate
Rutherglen,
Dock Road
Birkenhead
L41 1LT
Wales
CARLISLE
Unit 8
LL18 5UG
(M10)
South John Street
DYFED
Maes Y Coen
(M77)
High Mead
Glasgow,
G73 1PP
Carlisle
CA2 5AJ
Llanybydder
ISLE OF MAN
South Quay Ind Estate
Dyfed
(M64)
Douglas
Isle of Man
SA40 9UL
INVERNESS
Unit 3B
(M06)
Smithton Indust. Est.
Smithton
HAVERFORDWEST
Cromlech Lodge
LIVERPOOL
Unit 1
(M75)
Amerlston
(M15)
Honeys Green Precinct
Inverness
IV1 AJ
Arran Domestics
The
Douglas
Centre
Brodick
(OWN SALES)
1 Kelvin Park
(M11)
Clwyd
Argyll
4
BIRKENHEAD
Rhuddlan
Dunoon
Unit
NORTH WEST
Clydesmuir Road
Scotland
ISLE OF ARRAN
Industrial
Isle of Arran
Haverfordwest
Honeys Green Lane
SA62 5DS
Liverpool
L12 9JH
OSWESTRY
Plas Ffynnon
(M17)
Warehouse
MANCHESTER
Unit 30, Oakhill Trading
Middleton Road
(M09)
Estate
Oswestry
Devonshire Road
SY11 2PP
Worsley
Manchester
KA27 8AJ
ISLE OF BARRA
J Zerfah
244 Bruernish
Isle of Barra
(OWN SALES)
M28 3PT
PRESTON
Unit 250
(M13)
Dawson Place
Walton Summit
Western Islands
Bamber Bridge
HS9 5QY
Preston
ISLE OF BUTE
Walker Engineering
Lancashire
(M66)
Glenmhor
PR5 8AL
Upper Serpentine Road
Rothesay
Isle of Bute
PA20 9EH
ISLE OF LEWIS
ND Macleod
(M69)
16 James Street
STOCKPORT
Unit 20 Haigh Park
(M16)
Haigh Avenue
Stockport
SK4 1QR
Stornoway
Isle of Lewis PA87 2QW
KELSO
2-8 Wood Market
(M08)
Kelso
Borders TD5 7AX
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AEG SERVICE CENTRES
To contact your local AEG Service Centre telephone
MIDLANDS
0990 929929
LONDON & EAST ANGLIA
SOUTH EAST
BIRMINGHAM
66 Birch Road East,
CHELMSFORD
Hanbury Road
ASHFORD
Unit 2
(M18)
Wyrley
(M47)
Widford Ind Estate
(M58)
Bridge Road Business
Road
Industrial
Estate
Chelmsford
Witton
Essex
Bridge Road
Birmingham
CM12 3AE
Ashford
B6 7DB
Estate
Kent
COLINDALE
Unit 14
(M53)
Capitol Park
TN2 1BB
BOURNE
Manning Road Ind Estate
(M44)
Pinfold Road
Capitol Way
FLEET
Unit 1
Bourne
Colindale
(M59)
Redfields
PE10 9HT
London NW9 0EQ
BRIDGNORTH
1 Underhill Street
ENFIELD
284 Alma Road
(M72)
Bridgnorth
(M49)
Enfield
Church Crookham
Fleet
Hampshire
Salop
London
WV16 4BB
EN3 7BB
GU13 0RD
GLOUCESTER
101 Rycroft Street
GRAVESEND
Unit B4,
(M23)
Gloucester
(M57)
Imperial Business Estate
GL1 4NB
HEREFORD
Unit 3
(M31)
Bank Buildings
Unit 4
Hereford
(M46)
Riverside Estate
(M51)
Higham Ferrers
16-17 Woodside Ind Est.
Works Road
Unit 7 Oaks Industrial
Estate
Coventry Road
Narborough
Leicestershire
LE9 5GF
Unit 8 Stonefield Park
(M40)
Clifton Street
Lincoln
MAIDENHEAD
Reform Road
(M60)
Maidenhead
Brampton
Estate
(M61)
West Molesey
Surrey
Industrial
19 Ptarmigan Place
(M21)
Townsend Drive
Nuneaton
NEWBURY
PO Box 5627
(M24)
Newbury
IPSWICH
Unit 2B
(M48)
Elton
REDDITCH
13 Thornhill Road
(M20)
North Moons Moat
BH1 4PW
BRIDGEWATER
6 Hamp Industrial Estate
(M35)
Bridgewater
Somerset
NORWICH
2b Trafalgar Street
(M52)
Norwich
SUNBURY
Unit 1a
(M63)
The Summit
Hanworth Road
Northbrook Close
Gregorys Mill Ind Estate
Bristol
Avon
BS4 3QQ
EMSWORTH
266 Main Road
(M33)
Southbourne
Emsworth
PO10 8JL
ISLE OF WIGHT
Unit 8
(M34)
Enterprise Court
Ryde Business Park
Hanworth Ind Estate
Ryde
Sunbury on Thames
Isle of Wight
TW16 5D
SYDENHAM
Unit 6
(M62)
Metro Centre
Kangley Bridge Road
PO33 1DB
NEWTON ABBOT
Unit 2 Zealley Industrial
(M29)
Estate
Kingsteignton
Sydenham
B77 5DO
(M73)
Eldonwall Trading
NR1 3HN
Tamworth
Unit 1
11 Eldon Way
(M25)
IP2 0DD
B98 9ND
WORCESTER
Business
Ipswich
Worcestershire
Claymore
Park
TA6 3NT
BRISTOL
Hadleigh Road
Redditch
WR3 8BP
Bournemouth
Dorset
Centre
CV11 6RX
Worcester
63-65 Curzon Road
(M26)
RG14 5GF
NUNEATON
Sterling Park
BOURNEMOUTH
KT8 2UZ
ST5 0TW
(M19)
Barnstaple
EX31 2YB
10 Island Farm Avenue
Staffordshire
Unit 3
P.O. Box 12
(M30)
North Devon
MOLESEY
Newcastle under Lyme
TAMWORTH
BARNSTAPLE
SL6 8BY
Berkshire
UNDER 18-21 Croft Road
(M12)
SOUTH WEST
Berkshire
LN5 8AA
LYME
Kent
SG6 1LA
LINCOLN
NEWCASTLE
Tonbridge
Herts
DE7 5EP
(M22)
Morley Road
Letchworth
Ilkeston
LEICESTER
Estate
TN9 1RA
(M50)
Furnace Road
Unit 30 Deacon Trading
(M56)
AL5 4UN
LETCHWORTH
(M43)
TONBRIDGE
Harpenden
NN10 8BB
Unit 2
Sussex
Coldharbour Lane
Northants
ILKESTON
Haywards Heath
RH16 1UA
DA11 0DL
HARPENDEN
30 High Street
21-25 Bridge Road
(M55)
Kent
Cattle Market
HIGHAM FERRERS
HAYWARDS HEATH
Gravesend
HE4 9HX
Industrial
Estate
Newton Abbot
SE26
WEST DRAYTON
(M76)
2 / 4 Royal Lane
Yiewsley
West Drayton
Middlesex
UB7 8DL
S. Devon
TQ12 3TD
PLYMOUTH
16 Faraday Mill
(M32))
Cattledown
Plymouth
PL4 0ST
REDRUTH
Unit 7D
(M36)
Pool Industrial Estate
Wilson Way, Redruth,
Cornwall
TR15 3QW
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Voltage:
230\240 Volts AC 50Hz
Loading Info:
Top Oven*
1.7kW
Dual Grill:
2.8kW
Base Element:
1.0kW
Main Oven
Fan Element:
2.5kW
Fan Motor:
0.03kW
Oven Light:
0.05kW
Wattage:
5.0\5.5kW
Height:
720 mm
Width:
593 mm
Depth:
585 mm
(excluding handles and knobs)
* Cannot be used at the same time as the grill element.
This appliance complies with: European Council Directive 73/23/EEC.
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
WARNINGS:
WARNINGS:
This cooker must be installed by a qualified
electrician/competent person. Safety may be
impaired if installation is not carried out in
accordance with these instructions.
This cooker must be earthed.
Do not remove the screws from the earth tab
extending from the oven mains terminal block
(Fig. 1).
Fig. 1
Before connecting the cooker make sure that
the voltage of your electricity supply is the
same as that indicated on the rating plate.
The rating plate can be seen by opening the
top oven door and looking below the oven
door seal.
Do not alter the electrical circuitry of this
cooker.
CHOICE OF ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
The cooker should be operated using at least
6mm² twin core and earth PVC insulated
multicore cable. Please choose from the most
appropriate after reading the descriptions:
By connecting the cooker to a cooker point
having a double pole isolating switch
providing at least 3mm contact separation in
all poles and protected with a fuse or
miniature circuit breaker at your mains fuse
box.
If you wish to connect an oven and a hob to a
cooker point you can, by connecting the oven
and hob separately to the cooker point. See
Fig. 2.
Fig. 2
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: It is good practice to:
Fit an Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker to your
house wiring.
Wire your appliance to the latest IEE
regulations.
THINGS TO NOTE
This cooker is designed to be fitted between
cabinets with the recommended dimensions
as shown in Fig. 3 & 4.
If there is an existing housing unit it must be
removed.
The dimensions given provide adequate air
circulation around the unit within the cabinet,
ensuring compliance with BS EN60-335.
Fig. 3
This appliance must not be installed on a
wooden base board.
Enquiries regarding the installation of the
cooker point if required should be made to
your Regional Electricity Company to ensure
compliance with their regulations.
The cooker point should be within 2m of the
cooker to make it accessible to switch off the
cooker in case of an emergency.
To protect the hands wear gloves when lifting
the oven into its housing.
NOTE: HOUSE CIRCUIT
Earth leakage / continuity tests must be carried
out before the cooker is connected to the mains
supply and re-checked after fitting.
Fig. 4
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PREPARING CABINET FOR
FITTING OVEN
Make sure the space between the cabinets is
the correct size for the appliance to be fitted
(Ref. Fig. 5 & 6).
The plinth board spanning the space into
which the appliance is to be installed should
be removed.
Fig. 5
If the size between adjacent cabinets is
605-610*mm, then the cabinets should be
modified so that the recommended dimension
of at least 600-605mm is maintained.
The adjacent cabinets must be stable and
firmly secured to the wall or floor. If
necessary, make arrangements to ensure the
work surface below which the oven will rest is
level.
Drill two pilot screw holes into the sides of the
adjacent cabinets, in the positions indicated
by Fig. 5.
Fig. 6
Fit the appliance mounting brackets using the
two holes indicated in Fig. 7 to the adjacent
cabinets ( Ref. Fig.5 & 6 )
Fig. 7
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Check that the mounting brackets are level.
They can be adjusted if necessary by using
the extra holes at the ends of the brackets.
Once the brackets are level, drill a pilot hole
through the central hole in the bracket and fit
the remaining screw
HOW TO FINISH UNPACKING
Place packed cooker next to the space
which it will be installed. See Fig. 8.
in
Remove the cooker packing except for
bottom tray which should be left in position
until the cooker is ready to be fitted into its
cabinet.
Ensure the owner is given these operating
instructions.
Fig.8
Important: Switch off at mains, miniature
circuit breaker and, if appropriate, remove fuse
before commencing any electrical work.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
TO REMOVE COVER OF MAINS
TERMINAL
From the rear of the cooker, remove mains
input terminal cover to gain access to terminal
block.
First remove retaining screw with pozidrive
screwdriver. See Fig. 9.
Fig. 9
Prise cover loose using screwdriver in
position (1) then lever off with screwdriver in
position (2) at either side. See Fig. 10.
Fig. 10
Lift cover and remove screw from cable
clamp. See Fig. 11.
Fig. 11
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CONNECTING TO THE MAINS
TERMINAL
Warning: This cooker must be earthed.
We recommend you use a new length of
6mm2 twin core and earthed cable to ensure
your safety.
Make connection as shown in Fig. 12 by
proceeding as follows:Preform wires to the appropriate shape to suit
fitting into the mains terminal block.
Strip inner insulation
wirestrippers.
on
wires
using
Fig. 12
Twist the bared wires using pliers.
Cut bared wires 10mm away from the end of
the inner insulation. Where uninsulated Earth
wires are used ensure they are suitably
sheathed to leave 10mm bare wire to fit into
the terminal.
Clamp bare wires into the relevant terminal
and check they are held by tugging each one
in turn.
Clamp the mains cable securely ensuring
5mm of the outer insulation is inside the
terminal block and that the wires are not
taught but not so slack as to cause any
fouling. See Fig. 12.
Connect the remaining end of the mains
cable to the cooker point / junction box
Place fuse / miniature circuit breaker in circuit
and switch on at mains.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CHECKING ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
Confirm the cooker is correctly connected by
switching on and observing the various oven
functions indicators.
The electronic timer will flash on and off.
CONNECTING TO A HOB OR
COOKER POINT
Either follow in general terms the instructions
for connecting to the terminal block or refer to
the hob suppliers installation instructions.
Feed the cable through the cabinet and
arrange to route the cable away from
the cooker.
NOTE: HOUSE CIRCUIT
Earth leakage / continuity tests must be carried
out before the cooker is connected to the mains
supply and re-checked after fitting.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FITTING INTO THE SPACE
BETWEEN CABINETS
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the oven is
switched off at the wall before any
further work is carried out.
Ensure the cooker is in front of the cabinet.
See Fig. 13.
Take out all oven furniture before installation
to reduce the weight you need to lift.
To place the cooker into the space between
cabinetry follow the procedure below:
N.B. Two people will be required to carry out
the lifting procedure.
Each person should squat either side of the
cooker.
Tilt the cooker so that your hands can
support the underside of the cooker.
Raise the appliance to the correct height.
Rest the rear underside of the cooker on the
mounting brackets while your hands support
the front.
The cooker can be pushed fully into the
space. Take care to avoid fouling the mains
lead.
Ensure the cooker is central and level.
When the cooker is fully housed, screw the
stability screws (supplied with the cooker) into
the underside of the worksurface in the
positions indicated (see Fig. 14), taking care
not to distort the trim. It is advisable to turn
each screw alternately to avoid damaging the
trim.
Fig.13
Fig.14
Place the top trim flush with the edge of the
worksurface, with the cork spacers upover
(see Fig.15) and screw into position using the
screws supplied with the cooker.
Replace the plinth board.
Switch on the cooker and refer the user to the
operating instructions.
Fig.15
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PART NUMBER : 311359702
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