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Gaggenau Use and Care Manual
Oven
BO 280/281-6..
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions
Fire Safety
Burn Prevention
Child Safety
Cleaning Safety
Cookware Safety
Proper Installation and Maintenance
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
Operating for the First Time
6
Avoiding Damage to the Appliance and the
Cabinet
Oven
Cabinet Fronts near the Oven
6
6
6
Features of your New Oven
Oven
Display and Controls
Keys
7
7
8
8
Accessories
9
Heating Modes
10
First Settings after Installation
Note
Setting the Language
Choosing the Time Format
Setting the Clock
Setting the Date
Temperature Unit °C or °F
Exiting Menu and Saving Settings
11
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
Activating the Oven
Standby
Activating the Oven
13
13
13
Setting the Oven
Setting the Temperature and Cooking Mode
Current Oven Temperature Display
14
14
14
Meat Probe
Programming the Meat Probe
Note
Cleaning
Recommended Temperature Values
15
15
16
16
16
Rotary Spit
Preparation
Switching on the Rotary Spit
Switching off the Rotary Spit
Note
17
17
17
18
18
Baking Table
19
Roasting Table
20
Grilling Table
22
Tips and Tricks
Baking
Further Tips for Baking
Rising Dough (Fermenting)
Tips for Roasting and Grilling
Defrosting
23
23
24
24
24
24
Timer
Calling up the Timer Menu
Timer
Stopwatch
Cooking Time Duration
Cooking Time End
25
25
25
26
27
28
Sabbath Mode
Setting the Program
Note
29
29
29
Memory Recipes
Calling up the Memory Menu
Storing the Settings
Note
Starting a Memory Recipe
Note
30
30
30
30
31
31
Child Lock
Activating the Child Lock
Deactivating the Child Lock
Note
32
32
32
32
Additional Functions
Safety Deactivation
Fast Heating up
33
33
33
Changing the Basic Settings
Note
Example: Changing the Standby Screen
34
34
34
The Following Settings Can Be Changed
35
Care and Manual Cleaning
37
Pyrolysis
Before Starting Pyrolysis
Setting the Program
Delaying the Switch-off Time
Note
Cleaning Accessories with Pyrolysis
38
38
38
39
39
40
Trouble Shooting
Error Messages
Exhibition Mode
Power Cut
41
41
41
42
Replacing the Oven Lights
Replacing the Ceiling Light
Replacing the Side Light
42
42
43
3
!
Important Safety Instructions
Read and save these instructions.
Do not heat or warm unopened food containers.
Build-up of pressure may cause the container to
burst and cause injury.
Do not use aluminum foil or protective liners to line
any part of an appliance, especially surface unit
drip bowls or oven bottom. Installation of these
liners may result in a risk of electric shock or fire.
Always place oven racks in desired location while
oven is cool. If a rack must be moved while oven is
hot, do not let potholder contact the heating
elements.
If materials inside an oven or warming drawer
should ignite, keep door closed. Turn off the
appliance and disconnect the circuit at the circuit
breaker box.
Always use dry potholders. Moist or damp
potholders on hot surfaces may result in burns from
steam. Do not let potholder touch hot heating
elements. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth.
Fire Safety
Use this appliance only for its intended use as
described in this manual. For example, never use
the appliance for warming or heating the room.
Never use the appliance for storage.
Always have a working smoke detector near the
kitchen.
In the event that personal clothing or hair catches
fire, drop and roll immediately to extinguish flames.
Smother flames from food fires other than grease
fires with baking soda. Never use water on cooking
fires.
Have an appropriate fire extinguisher available,
nearby, highly visible and easily accessible near the
oven.
Burn Prevention
DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS OR
INTERIOR SURFACES OF OVEN – Heating
elements may be hot even though they are dark in
color. Interior surfaces of an oven become hot
enough to cause burns. During and after use, do
not touch, or let clothing, potholders, or other
flammable materials contact heating elements or
interior surfaces of oven until they have had
sufficient time to cool. Other surfaces of the
appliance may become hot enough to cause burns.
Among these surfaces are oven vent openings,
surfaces near these openings and oven doors.
Exercise caution when opening the appliance.
Standing to the side, open the door (or drawer)
slowly and slightly to let hot air and/or steam
escape. Keep your face clear of the opening and
make sure there are no children or pets near the
unit. After the release of hot air and/or steam,
proceed with your cooking. Keep doors shut unless
necessary for cooking or cleaning purposes. Do not
leave open doors unattended.
4
Child Safety
When children become old enough to use the
appliance, it is the legal responsibility of the
parents or legal guardians to ensure that they are
instructed in safe practices by qualified persons.
Do not allow anyone to climb, stand, lean, sit, or
hang on any part of an appliance, especially a door,
warming drawer, or storage drawer. This can
damage the appliance, and the unit may tip over,
potentially causing severe injury.
Do not allow children to use this appliance unless
closely supervised by an adult. Children and pets
should not be left alone or unattended in the area
where the appliance is in use. They should never be
allowed to play in its vicinity, whether or not the
appliance is in use.
CAUTION – Items of interest to children should not
be stored in an appliance, in cabinets above an
appliance or on the backsplash. Children climbing
on an appliance to reach items could be seriously
injured.
Cleaning Safety
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: The California Safe
Drinking and Toxic Enforcement Act requires the
Governor of California to publish a list of
substances known to the state to cause cancer,
birth defects or other reproductive harm, and
requires businesses to warn customers of potential
exposure to such substances.
The burning of gas cooking fuel and the elimination
of soil during self-cleaning can generate small
amounts of Carbon Monoxide.
!
Important Safety Instructions
The fiberglass insulation in self-clean ovens gives
off very small amounts of formaldehyde during the
first several cleaning cycles.
California lists formaldehyde as a potential cause of
cancer. Carbon Monoxide is a potential cause of
reproductive toxicity.
Exposure to these substances can be minimized by:
1. Providing good ventilation when cooking with
gas.
2. Providing good ventilation during and
immediately after self cleaning the oven.
3. Operating the unit according to the instructions
in this manual.
When self-cleaning, confirm that the door locks and
will not open. If the door does not lock, do not run
Self-Clean. Contact service.
Wipe out excessive spillage before self-cleaning the
oven.
Birds have very sensitive respiratory systems. Keep
pet birds out of the kitchen or other rooms where
kitchen fumes could reach them. During self clean,
fumes are released that may be harmful to birds.
Other kitchen fumes such as overheating
margarines and cooking oils may also be harmful.
Keep oven free from grease build up.
This appliance must be properly installed and
grounded by a qualified technician. Connect only to
properly grounded outlet. Refer to Installation
Instructions for details.
This appliance is intended for normal family
household use only. It is not approved for outdoor
use. See the Warranty. If you have any questions,
contact the manufacturer.
Do not store or use corrosive chemicals, vapors,
flammables or nonfood products in or near this
appliance. It is specifically designed for use when
heating or cooking food. The use of corrosive
chemicals in heating or cleaning will damage the
appliance and could result in injury.
Do not operate this appliance if it is not working
properly, or if it has been damaged. Contact an
authorized servicer.
Do not obstruct oven vents.
Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance
unless specifically recommended in this manual.
Refer all servicing to a factory authorized service
center.
In the event of an error the display flashes. If this
happens during self-clean, disconnect appliance
from the power supply and call a qualified
technician.
In the event of an error the display flashes.
Disconnect appliance from the power supply and
call a qualified technician.
Cookware Safety
Do not place food directly on oven bottom.
Follow the manufacturer’s directions when using
cooking or roasting bags.
Proper Installation and Maintenance
WARNING: When properly cared for, your new
appliance has been designed to be safe and
reliable. Read all instructions carefully before use.
These precautions will reduce the risk of burns,
electric shock, fire, and injury to persons. When
using kitchen appliances, basic safety precautions
must be followed, including those in the following
pages.
Have the installer show you the location of the
circuit breaker or fuse. Mark it for easy reference.
5
Operating for the First Time
Avoiding Damage to the Appliance
and the Cabinet
Remove the packaging from the appliance and
dispose of it according to local regulations.
Be careful to remove all accessories from the
packaging. Keep packaging elements and plastic
bags away from children.
Oven
Check the appliance for transport damage after
unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance if it has
been damaged.
Never splash water into a hot oven. This could
damage the enamel.
The appliance must be connected by an authorised
specialist. No warranty claims can be lodged for
any damage resulting from incorrect connection.
Observe the installation instructions.
Thoroughly clean the appliance before using it for
the first time. This will eliminate any ‘newness’
smells and soiling.
This appliance is labelled in accordance
with the European Directive 2002/96/EG
concerning used electrical and electronic
appliances (waste electrical and electronic
equipment – WEEE). The guideline
determines the framework for the return and
recycling of used appliances as applicable.
Remove fruit acids such as the juice of lemons or
plums etc. after every baking operation. The acid
can cause spots on the oven’s enamel.
Do not place the baking tray directly onto the
bottom of the oven. Do not place utensils (for
example a roaster) directly onto the bottom of the
oven. Do not line the bottom of the oven with
aluminium foil. This will cause a build-up of heat
which can damage the enamel.
Do not cover the ventilation openings of the oven.
Do not take off the door seal. A damaged door seal
must be changed immediately.
The socket for the separate heating element for the
roaster and the baking stone (special accessory)
can be found in the middle of the back panel at the
bottom. During normal operation, please leave the
cover in the socket.
Cabinet Fronts near the Oven
After taking the food out of the oven, allow the oven
to cool down with the door closed. Do not leave the
oven door half open, the hot air can cause damage
to adjacent cabinets. The cooling fan will continue
to run for a while and will then switch off
automatically.
6
Features of your New Oven
Oven
Display and controls
Ventilation openings – Do not obstruct oven vents
Rotary spit
connector
Door seal
Socket for heating element
BA 056/058
Socket for meat probe
7
Display and Controls
Display
Touch keys
In the top part of the display
is the status bar or a call up
menu. The lower part shows
the different settings.
The keys on the left and
right beside the display
are touch sensitive. The
function of the keys
depends on the chosen
setting. The icon beside
the key shows the function
of the key.
Function selector
Temperature selector
Use the left knob to select
the cooking mode you will
use to prepare your meal
or the pyrolysis function.
You can turn the knob to
the right or left.
You can set a temperature
between 120 and 550°F or
pyrolysis. You can turn the
knob to the right or left. To
switch on the light in the
oven, turn the temperature
selector one position to
the right.
The light in the oven
remains off if the
temperature is set below
140°F.
Keys
Symbol
g
f
b
j
d
e
q
c
I
a
o
p
V
l
m
k
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Function
move right
move left
save selected values / start
cancel
increase values
decrease values
timer menu
basic settings menu
rotary spit
call up additional info
child lock activate
child lock deactivate
extended timer
timer stop
timer start
store memory recipe
Accessories
As standard, your appliance comes with the
following accessories:
•
Wire rack for cake tins, roasts, broiled pieces
and crockery
Always insert the wire rack with the double
crossbrace to the front.
•
Baking tray for cakes, biscuits and pastries
•
Broiling tray for roasts or as a grease collecting
tray
•
Models BO 270/271 only:
glass tray for gratins and fruit cake
•
Meat probe
•
Rotary spit with support frame
You can order the following special accessories:
•
Baking stone with wire rack and wooden pizza
spatula for pizza and bread
Additionally you will require the heating element
•
Heating element for baking stone
! WARNING: Do not use aluminum foil or
protective liners to line any part of an appliance,
especially surface unit drip bowls or oven bottom.
Installation of these liners may result in a risk of
electric shock or fire.
Do not place food directly on oven bottom.
9
Heating Modes
Display
Heating mode
Use
355
Convection
For cakes, biscuits and puff pastry on several
levels
355
Economy
(the oven light is off)
Energy saving convection mode for cakes,
small pastries or gratins
355
Convection and 1/3 bottom heat Additional reduced heat from beneath.
355
Convection and bottom heat
Additional heat from beneath for moist cakes,
for example fruit cakes
360
Bottom heat
Further baking, for example for fruit cakes,
for preserving or for food in a bain-marie
360
1/3 Top and bottom heat
Bottom heat with reduced top heat
360
Top and bottom heat
For cakes in tins or on trays, gratins or roasts
360
Top and 1/3 bottom heat
Top heat with reduced bottom heat
360
Top heat
Direct heat from the top, for example to brown
meringue on a fruit cake
380
Convection broiling
Evenly distributed heat for meat, poultry or
whole fish
390
Broiling
Broiling flat pieces of meat, sausages or fish fillets
melting cheese, gratins
390
Economy broiling
Only the middle part of the heating element is on.
Energy saving grilling for small amounts of food
550
Baking stone operation
(only with special accessories)
Heated baking stone for crispy pizza, bread
or bread rolls like from a solid stone oven
430
Roaster operation
(only with special accessories)
Heated cast roaster for large quantities of meat,
gratin or the Christmas turkey
100
Dough proofing
Raising yeast dough, the perfect temperature
setting is 100°F
110
Defrosting
Even and gentle defrosting between
100 - 140°F depending on the food
175
Keeping warm
Keep meals warm, warm porcellain dishes
Memory recipes
Store and recall the settings for meals that
you often prepare
Pyrolysis
Automatic self cleaning
02:30 00:30 00:30 02:30 00:30
390
F
175
F
360
F
320
905
10
F
175
F
First Settings after Installation
When your new oven has been connected, the first
settings menu appears on the display.
You can set the
• time format,
• language,
• clock,
• date,
• temperature unit.
Note
The first settings menu appears only after the
appliance has been connected or if the appliance is
without electricity for several days.
Refer to the chapter basic settings if you wish to
change these parameters at any time.
Choosing the Time Format
1
The time fomat setup menu appears on the
screen.
The time fomat can be either 12 hour format
(AM/PM) or 24 hour format. The 24 hour format
is pre-selected.
2
You can change the time format using the
centre f key.
Setting the Language
English
Deutsch
Francais
Italiano
1
Using the menu key g select the language
setup menu. The available languages for the
display messages appear on the screen.
German is pre-selected.
2
You can change the language using the h or
keys or switch the display messages off.
i
Setting the Clock
08 30
1
Using the menu key g select the clock
function Q .
08:30 appears on the screen.
2
Using the
d / e keys set the correct time.
Use the arrow key
hours to minutes.
g bottom right to change from
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Setting the Date
26 10 07
1
Using the menu key g select the date
function a .
26.10.07 appears on the screen.
2
Using the
d / e keys enter day, month, year.
Use the arrow key
day/month/year.
g bottom right to change from
Temperature Unit °C or °F
1
Using the menu key g select the temperature
unit function l. °C is pre-selected.
2
You can change the temperature unit using the
middle f key.
Exiting Menu and Saving Settings
Touch the
saved.
b key to exit the menu. All settings are
The oven is on standby. The standby screen
appears.
12
Activating the Oven
Standby
The oven remains on standby when no operating
mode is selected or the child lock is activated.
The keys are not activated. The display is not lit.
13:30
Note:
You can choose between different standby screens.
GAGGENAU and the clock is pre-selected. Refer to
the chapter basic settings if you want to change the
standby screen.
Note:
The display contrast depends on the vertical
viewing angle. You can adjust the contrast of the
display in the basic settings.
Activating the Oven
To leave standby do one of the following:
•
•
•
•
touch a key
open or close the oven door
turn the temperature knob
turn the function knob
Now you are able to set the required function. Read
the relevant chapter on how to activate the required
function.
Note:
The standby screen reappears after one minute if
no further function is chosen. The display light goes
off.
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Setting the Oven
The main operations of your oven are easily set
using the knobs.
Using the right knob you can set the temperature.
To switch on the light in the oven, turn the
temperature knob one position to the right.
The temperature range is 120 - 550°F.
Exception:
Fermenting
Defrosting
Keeping warm
Roaster operation
85
100
120
120
-
120°F
140°F
250°F
430°F
Using the left knob you can set the cooking mode.
The top position is hot air.
Setting the Temperature and
Cooking Mode
1
13.30
355
Set the temperature knob to the required
temperature.
Temperature and cooking mode symbol appear
on the display. The light in the oven goes on.
To select another cooking mode:
2
Turn the function knob until the required
cooking mode appears on the screen.
The heating up symbol f appears until the required
temperature is reached. The symbol appears again
when the oven heats during operation.
A signal sounds when the selected temperature is
reached. Press any key to switch off the signal.
Note: You can deactivate the heating up signal in
the basic settings.
The temperature and cooking mode can be changed
at any time.
When the meal is ready switch the oven off using
the temperature knob. The oven light goes off. The
standby screen appears.
Current Oven Temperature Display
The current oven temperature is briefly shown when
you press the a info key. Using the b key you can
return to the standard screen.
357
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Note:
Depending on the heating mode, a slight temperature
variation after heating up during use is normal.
Meat Probe
The meat probe enables you to cook your meat
exactly as you want it.
Using the meat probe, during the cooking process
you can measure the core temperature of the
interior of the food you are preparing exactly
between 33°F and 210°F.
Fully insert the tip of the meat probe in the middle
of the food, at its thickest point. The tip should not
be inserted into fat and should not touch any
dishes, bones or fatty tissue.
In the case of poultry, do not insert the tip of the
meat probe in the middle (hollow) but between the
belly and the thigh.
When you connect the meat probe to the socket in
the oven, the r symbol appears on the display.
The smaller temperature display on the top shows
the measured temperature from the meat probe.
Programming the Meat Probe
You can program the desired core temperature for
your meal. The appliance switches off
automatically, when the programmed temperature
has been reached.
13:30
130
370
54
1
Insert the tip of the meat probe into the meat.
2
Connect the meat probe to the socket.
3
Using the d / e keys set the correct core
temperature.
The suggested temperature is 140°F.
The larger temperature display on the top shows the
programmed temperature, the smaller display
shows the measured temperature from the meat
probe.
A signal sounds when the programmed core
temperature has been reached. The appliance stops
heating.
Switch the temperature knob off and open the oven
door. Remove the meat probe before taking the
food from the oven.
! Danger, risk of burns! Use an oven glove. The
meat probe gets very hot during use.
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Note
Recommended Temperature Values
Pull the meat probe from the socket if you want to
end the programming.
Beef
Roast beef / fillet of beef / entrecôte
blood rare
rare
medium-rare
well-done
Beef roast
Pork
Roast pork
Back of pork
medium-rare
well-done
Meat loaf
Fillet of pork
Veal
Fillet of veal
rare
medium-rare
well-done
Roast veal
well-done
Breast of veal, stuffed
Back of veal
medium-rare
well-done
Venison
Back of venison
Leg of venison
Back of venison steaks
Back of hare
Poultry
Chicken
Guinea fowl
Goose,turkey, duck
Duck breast
medium-rare
well-done
Ostrich steak
Lamb
Leg of lamb
medium-rare
well-done
Back of lamb
medium-rare
well-done
Mutton
Leg of mutton
medium-rare
well-done
Back of mutton
medium-rare
well-done
Fish
Fillet
Whole
Tureen
Other
Bread
Pâte
Tureen
Foie gras
If you program meat probe and timer simultaneously,
the program that reaches the entered value first will
switch off the oven.
Only use the included original meat probe. You can
order the meat probe as a spare part.
Only use the meat probe up to a temperature of
440°F.
Remove the meat probe from the oven when it is not
in use.
Remove the meat probe from the oven during
pyrolysis.
Cleaning
Only rub the meat probe with a moist cloth. The
meat probe is not dishwasher-proof.
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113-117
122-126
136-140
158-167
176-185
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
162-176
149-158
176
185
149-158
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
122-126
136-140
158-167
167-176
167-176
136-140
149-158
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
140-158
158-167
149-158
149-158
°F
°F
°F
°F
185
167-176
176-185
131-140
158-176
140-149
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
°F
140-149
158-176
131-140
149-167
°F
°F
°F
°F
158-167
176-185
158-167
176
°F
°F
°F
°F
144-149 °F
149 °F
144-149 °F
195
162-167
140-158
113
°F
°F
°F
°F
Rotary Spit
Use the rotary spit to grill large roasts or poultry.
Grilling with the rotary spit produces a crispy crust
and even browning all-round.
You can use the rotary spit in all heating modes.
You get the best results in the grill or top heat
modes.
Preparation
1
Push both spit holders in the fittings on the
grilling tray. The rotary drive is on the left.
2
Slide the right retainig clip onto the spit and
tighten the screw.
3
Place the food you want to prepare on the
rotary spit. Secure protruding parts (e.g.
wings) to make sure they do not touch the grill
heating element.
4
Slide the left retainig clip onto the spit and
tighten the screw.
5
Place the spit onto the spit holders. Insert the
square edge into the drive.
6
Insert the grilling tray and the rotary spit on the
lowest level of the oven. The drive shaft has to
engage into the opening on the back of the
oven interior.
Switching on the Rotary Spit
13:30
355
1
Set the required temperature and mode.
2
Touch the I key, until the I symbol appears
next to the temperature display. The rotary spit
is switched on.
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Switching off the Rotary Spit
I key until the I symbol goes off.
1
Touch the
2
Switch off the oven by the temperature
selector.
3
! WARNING, RISK OF BURNS! Use an oven
glove to take out the grilling tray with the rotary
spit. Place it on a stable, heat-resistant
surface.
4
Screw the handle on to the side of the spit to
take it off.
Note
The core temperature sensor cannot be used in
combination with the rotary spit.
Only use the rotary spit up to a temperature of
480°F.
Do not clean the rotary spit drive in a dishwasher.
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Baking Table
Cakes and cookies
Level from
below
Convection Economy
Temp. °F
Temp. °F
Convection+ Top and
Baking
bottom heat bottom heat time
Temp. °F
Temp. °F
Min.
Swiss roll
2
410
7-9
Flan base
2
330-345
30-35
Fruit flan on yeast dough
2
330
330-345
40-45
Fruit flan on short-crust pastry 2
330
330
330-345
40-45
Small flaky pastry cakes
1+3/2*
355
355
375
15-20
Cheesecake (high)
2
330
330
330
330-340
90-100
Cheesecake slices (flat)
2
330
330
330
330-345
45-50
Sponge cake (round)
2
320-340
320-345
340-345
50-60
Loaf cake
2
320-340
320-345
340-345
50-60
Yeast dough ring cake (tall)
1
320-345
330-345
40-50
Biscuits
1+3/2*
320-345
330-340
15-20
‘Hefezopf’
2
330
330-340
30-40
Cake on baking tray (dry top)
2
330-340
330-340
330-340
40-50
Cake on baking tray (moist top)2
330-340
330-340
330-340
40-50
Cream puffs
1+3/2*
355
355
355-375
20-25
Mixed-grain bread**
2
390/340
210/340
40-50
330
320-345
340
* In the economy and convection modes you can bake simultaneously on several levels.
** Preheat the appliance to the specified temperature. Switch back to the second temperature
when inserting the food.
Note: The values given above should be looked upon as recommended values. We advise you to always
preheat the oven.
For baking yeast dough we recommend the convection mode.
The recommended mode is printed in bold.
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Roasting Table
Dish
Level from
below
Convection Convection Top and
Cooking
broiling
bottom heat time
Temp. °F
Temp. °F
Temp. °F
Minutes
Meat
probe
temp. °F
Roast beef 1,5 kg*
2
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Roast beef rare 1,5 kg**
2
445/355
445/355
45-50
115-120
Roast beef medium 1,5 kg**
2
445/355
445/355
60-70
130-150
Roast beef well done 1,5 kg** 2
445/355
90-100
160-175
Beef
355
60-90
Pork
Pork roast 1,5 kg**
2
445/355
445/355
60-70
165-175
Pork roast with rind 1,5 kg***
2
355/390
355/390
60-70
165-175
Smoked pork 1,5 kg**
2
355/320
40-50
150-160
Leg of pork***
2
300/390
300/390
50-60
175-185
Collared roast**
2
445/355
445/355
60-70
165-175
Roast veal**
2
445/355
60-70
165-175
Leg of veal***
2
300/355
50-60
165
Loin of veal
2
320-340
20
160-165
Stuffed breast of veal*
2
250-265
120
165-175
Veal
445/355
300/355
* First brown the meat all-round in the casserole on the cooker.
** Brown the meat at a high heat level, switch back to a lower temperature after 15-20 minutes.
*** Cook the meat at a low temperature, set the temperature higher for the last 15-20 minutes.
Note: The values given above should be looked upon as recommended values. We advise you to always
preheat the oven.
The recommended mode is printed in bold.
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Roasting Table
Dish
Level from
below
Convection Convection Top and
Cooking
broiling
bottom heat time
Temp. °F
Temp. °F
Temp. °F
Minutes
Meat
probe
temp. °F
Roast boar*
2
340-355
60-90
Leg of venison*
2
340-355
60-80
170-175
Saddle of venison
2
330-345
20-25
150-160
Leg of lamb*
2
355-390
35-45
150-170
Duck 2-3 kg**
2
320/375
320/375
100-120
175-185
Duck breast
2
320
320
15-20
160
Goose 2-3 kg**
2
320/375
320/375
100-120
185-195
Turkey 3-4 kg**
2
320/375
320/375
120-355
185-195
Roast chicken
2
355
50-60
185
Venison
340-355
Poultry
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* First brown the meat all-round in the casserole on the cooker.
** Brown the meat at a high heat level, switch back to a lower temperature after 15-20 minutes.
Note: The values given above should be looked upon as recommended values. We advise you to always
preheat the oven.
The recommended mode is printed in bold.
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Grilling Table
Dish
Level from No
below
preheat
Temp.
°F
Grill
Minutes
1.side 2.side
Grill and hot air
Minutes
1.side 2.side
Cooking
Time
Minutes
6
5
5
10
8
8
16
Sliced pork belly
3
355-390
Kebab
3
375
Fried sausage
3
390
Merguez (grilled sausage)
3
390
6
6
12
Roast chicken*
2
355
30
30
60
Leg of chicken
3
355
20
20
15
15
30-40
Spare Ribs
3
355-390
15
15
12
12
24-30
Leg of pork**
2
300/390
Trout
3
355-390
8
8
16
Vegetable kebabs
3
390
7
7
14
Shrimp kebabs
3
345
7
7
14
Toasted sandwich
3
375
Crème caramel***
4
X
475
Crème brulée***
4
X
475
Cake with meringue***
3
X
5
4
4
9
50-60
Preparing au gratin
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Important: Only grill with the oven door closed.
For grilling use the wire rack that fits the grilling tray (accessory or special accessory,
depending on the version) to collect dripping fat.
* In the case of appliances featuring a rotary spit, you are advised to use the spit in the grill mode.
** Do not turn the leg of pork. Set the temperature high for the last 15-20 minutes.
*** You should bake this dish au gratin until it has reached the level of browning you require.
Note: The values given above should be looked upon as recommended values.
The recommended mode is printed in bold.
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5-7
Tips and Tricks
Baking
What to do if…
The solution
…a cake baked in a tray is too light at the bottom? Insert the tray on a lower level and remove all other
trays from the oven.
…a cake baked in a form is too light at the bottom? Do not insert the baking form in the oven on the tray,
but on the wire rack.
…a cake/small cakes and pastries are too dark
Insert the cake/pastries at a higher level.
at the bottom?
…a cake is too dry?
Set the oven temperature to a slightly higher value.
Preheat the oven.
…a cake is too moist on the inside or if meat is
Set the baking or roasting temperature to a slightly
not cooked on the inside?
lower value. Important: baking or roasting times cannot
be shortened by selecting higher temperatures. It is
better to choose a slightly longer baking or roasting
time and to allow the dough to bake longer.
…a cake baked with hot air in a form or a
Do not place the baking form directly in front of the rear
rectangular form is too dark at the back?
wall of the oven, but in the middle.
…a cake sinks?
Use less fluid the next time or set the oven temperature
to a value that is lower by 10 degrees. Pay attention to
the stirring times specified in the recipe. Do not open
the oven door too soon.
…a cake has risen in the middle and is lower
Do not grease the edge of the spring form. After
at the edges?
baking, carefully loosen the cake with a knife.
…a cake is too dark at the top?
Insert it on a lower level, select a lower temperature
and bake the cake for a slightly longer time.
…a cake is too dark at the bottom?
Insert it at a higher level and choose a lower
temperature the next time.
…a fruit cake is too light at the bottom and
Use the deeper grilling tray for baking.
the fruit juices spill over?
…a cake is too dry at the bottom?
Use a toothpick to make small holes in the finished
cake. Then sprinkle fruit juice or an alcoholic beverage
over it. The next time, choose a temperature that is
higher by 10 degrees and shorten the baking time.
…bread or a cake looks good from the outside,
The next time, use slightly less fluid and bake slightly
but is too moist on the inside?
longer at a lower temperature. In the case of cakes with
a moist covering, first bake the base, sprinkle almonds
or breadcrumbs over it and then add the covering.
Pay attention to recipes and baking times.
…you have baked on several levels and your
If you select a slightly lower temperature, your cakes
cake on the top tray is darker than
and pastries will be browned more evenly. Trays inon the bottom one?
serted at the same time need not be ready at the same
time. Allow the bottom trays to bake for 5-10 minutes
longer and insert them at an appropriately earlier time.
…biscuits stick to the tray?
Briefly reinsert the tray in the oven and remove the
biscuits immediately.
…a cake does not come out of the tin easily?
Carefully loosen the edge with a knife. Turn out the
cake again and cover the form several times with a cold
wet cloth. The next time, grease the form well and
additionally sprinkle breadcrumbs into it.
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Further Tips for Baking
You are advised to use dark metal baking forms.
You may also use light baking forms in the hot air
mode. In this case, the baking time is longer.
The values in the cooking tables apply to the
preheated oven. The temperature and duration
depend on the quantity and consistency of the
dough. This is why the tables list temperature
ranges. You are advised to begin with the lowest
temperature the first time. If required, set it higher
the next time.A lower temperature ensures more
even browning.
To find out if your cake mixture has baked properly,
insert a wooden stick at the highest point of the
cake around 5-10 minutes before expiry of the
baking time specified in the recipe. The cake is
ready if dough no longer sticks to the wood.
Poultry becomes particularly crispy brown if you
coat it with butter, salt water, dripped-off fat or
orange juice.
For roasting use the wire rack that fits the grilling
tray (accessory or special accessory, depending on
the version). Put a small amount of water into the
grilling tray. This ensures that the juices of the meat
are collected and the oven stays clean.
In the case of duck or goose, pierce the skin under
the wings to allow the fat to drain off.
What to do, if…
…a roast has become dark and parts of the crust
are burnt?
Check the insertion height and the temperature.
…a roast looks good, but the sauce is burnt?
The next time, choose a smaller roasting dish and
add more fluid.
Rising Dough (Fermenting)
Use the fermenting mode. Set the temperature to
100°F.
For large amounts of dough (for example bread) set
the temperature between 100-105°F. The dough
will rise evenly from the middle to the edge.
For small pieces of dough (for example bread rolls)
set the temperature between 105-115°F.
…a roast looks good, but the sauce is too light and
has become watery?
The next time, choose a larger roasting dish and
use less fluid.
…the table does not list a weight for the roast?
Choose the next lowest weight in the list and
prolong the roasting time.
Defrosting
Tips for Roasting and Grilling
You can use any heat-resistant dishes.
Place dishes in the middle of the wire rack.
You can also use the grilling tray for large roasts.
After removing glass dishes, place them on a dry
kitchen cloth or cooling grill. Do not place them on
a cold or wet support surface. The glass could
crack.
Before serving, allow the roast to rest for
10 minutes with the oven switched off and closed.
This keeps the roast juicy.
Always grill in the closed oven. If possible, grilled
pieces should be equally thick, at least 1 inch.
When this is the case, they will brown evenly and
will stay nice and juicy. Never grill steaks salted!
Place pieces for grilling directly on the wire rack.
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Use the defrosting mode. Set the temperature
between 100-140°F.
Insert the wire rack with the frozen food on the
second level. Insert the grilling tray below to collect
the liquid.
Important: pour away the defrosting liquid.
Defrost large pieces of meat (roasts, chicken, etc.)
between 110-120°F, otherwise the outer part may
start to brown.
You can defrost small or flat pieces between
120-130°F.
Timer
Using the timer menu you can set the following:
M timer
N
stopwatch
P
cooking time duration (not during stand-by)
O
cooking time end (not during stand-by)
Calling up the Timer Menu
Touch the key beside the symbol
timer menu.
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q to call up the
If the appliance is on standby, touch any key. Now
the display is activated. The info a and timer q
symbols are shown.
Touch the key next to the timer symbol
menu appears.
q . The timer
Timer
The timer counts down independently of all other
settings of the appliance. You can enter a maximum
value of 90 minutes.
Setting the Timer
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1
Call up the timer menu. The timer function
shown on the display.
2
Using
3
Start using the
M is
d or e set the desired duration.
b key.
The timer menu is closed. The symbol M and the
elapsing time are shown in the status bar.
A signal sounds when the time has elapsed. Touch
the q key to switch off the signal.
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Note
To cancel an active timer:
Call up the timer menu, select the timer function
and touch the j key.
M
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Stopwatch
The stopwatch will count the elapsed time up to
90 minutes.
The pause function pauses the stopwatch.
The stopwatch runs independently of all other
settings of the appliance.
Starting the Stopwatch
00.00
1
Call up the timer menu.
2
Using
3
Start using the
f or g select the stopwatch function N .
m key.
The timer menu is closed. The symbol N and the
elapsing time are shown in the status bar.
A signal sounds when the time has elapsed. Touch
the q key to switch off the signal.
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The timer menu is closed immediately when you
touch the b key.
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Pausing the Stopwatch
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1
Call up the timer menu.
2
Using
3
Touch the l key. The counter stops. The key
reverts to start m .
4
Start again using the
continues.
f or g select the stopwatch function N .
m key. The counter
After 90 minutes the time reverts to 00:00 minutes.
The symbol N in the status bar disappears. The
stopwatch is switched off.
Note
To cancel the stopwatch:
Call up the timer menu, select the stopwatch
function N and touch the j key.
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Cooking Time Duration
If you set a cooking time duration for your meal, the
appliance switches off automatically after the
selected time.
This enables you to leave the kitchen while the meal
is being prepared.
You can select a cooking time between 1 minute
and 23 hours 59 minutes.
Select the temperature and heating mode and place
your meal in the oven.
Switching off Automatically
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1
Call up the timer menu.
2
Using f or g select the cooking time duration
function P .
3
Using
4
Start the program using the
d or e set the required cooking time.
b key.
The timer menu is closed. Temperature and heating
mode are shown on the display. The elapsing time
is shown in the status bar.
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00:40
After the time has elapsed the appliance switches
off. A signal sounds. Touch the q key or open the
appliance door to switch off the signal.
Note
To cancel the cooking time:
Call up the timer menu. Touch the
b to confirm.
j key, then touch
To change the cooking time:
Call up the timer menu. Change the time with
e , then touch b to confirm.
d or
To stop the program:
Switch the temperature knob off.
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Cooking Time End
You can program a cooking time end. Example: it is
13:30. The meal will take 40 minutes to cook and
must be ready at 15:30.
Set the cooking time duration and set the cooking
time end to 15:30. The electronics will calculate the
start time. The appliance will start automatically at
14:50 and switch off at 15:30.
Please note that food which can easily go off should
not stay in the oven too long.
Note:
Always set the desired temperature, heating mode
and cooking time duration first. Only by setting
these values can the cooking time end be
programmed.
Switching on and off Automatically
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15:30
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1
Set the required cooking time.
2
Using g select cooking time end
off time appers on the display.
3
Using
4
Start using the
closed.
O . The switch
d set a later switch-off time.
b key. The timer menu is
Temperature and operating mode appear on the
display. The status bar appears. The appliance is
on standby and will start automatically. After the
cooking time duration it will switch off.
After the time has elapsed the appliance switches
off. A signal sounds. Touch the q key, open the
appliance door or switch off the temperature
selector to switch off the signal.
Note
To cancel the cooking time:
Call up the timer menu. Touch the j key, then touch
b to confirm. Cooking time duration and end are
cancelled.
To stop the program:
Switch the temperature knob off.
If the P symbol flashes:
You have not set the cooking time duration. Always
set the cooking time duration first.
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Sabbath Mode
This function keeps the oven at a temperature of
185°F in the top and bottom heat mode.
You can keep food warm 24 to 74 hours, without
switching the oven on or off.
Pleas note that food which can easily go off should
not stay in the oven too long.
Supposition:
The entended timer key V is available. You have to
make the entended timer key available in the basic
settings. See chapter basic settings.
Setting the Program
1
Turn the temperature knob one position to the
right to the light position.
2
Touch the key beside the symbol V . The
suggested value of 28 h appears on the display.
3
Using
4
Start using the
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d or e set the desired duration.
b key.
The cooking mode and temperature appear on the
display. The oven light stays off. The keys are
locked. The display lighting is switched off. The
softkey tone is switched off.
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At the end of the programmed time the oven stops
heating. The display is empty. Switch the
temperature knob off.
Note
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If you cannot find the V key:
You have to make the sabbath mode key available.
See chapter basic settings – sabbath mode.
To stop the program:
Switch the temperature knob off.
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Memory Recipes
Using the memory recipes, you can store the
settings for a meal and call them up at any time. It is
possible to store six memory recipes.
You may set and store a total of five different steps
for a meal. Each step has to last at least 2 minutes.
You can also store the setting of the meat probe. In
this case the programmed meat probe temperature
value is stored, not the cooking time.
Calling up the Memory Menu
1
Turn the temperature knob one position to the
left.
2
Turn the function knob two positions to the left
to “memory recipes”.
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F
175
F
360
F
320
F
175
F
The memory menu with a list of 6 recipes appears.
The symbol is grey when programmed with a
recipe. Use the f or g menu keys to select the
desired recipe slot. The stored settings of a
programmed recipe are shown on the display.
Storing the Settings
1
Cook the meal with the required settings.
2
Call up the memory menu when the meal is
ready.
3
Use the f or
recipe slot.
4
Touch the
g menu keys to select the desired
k key for at least 3 seconds.
All the settings you used to prepare the meal are
stored. The settings are shown on the display.
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F
175
F
360
F
320
F
175
F
Note
If you want to store different settings:
Simply store the new settings. The old settings are
erased.
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F
175
F
360
>5
30
F
320
F
175
F
If >5 appears on the display:
The programm you are storing consists of more
than 5 steps. Only the last 5 steps are stored.
Starting a Memory Recipe
1
Turn the temperature knob one position to the
left.
2
Turn the function knob two positions to the left
to “memory recipes”.
3
Use the f or
recipe slot.
4
Start using the
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F
175
F
360
F
320
F
175
F
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F
175
F
360
F
320
F
175
F
g menu keys to select the desired
b key.
The settings are shown on the display. The oven
switches on. The frame for the step that is running
is in bold.
Switch off the temperature and function knob when
the program has ended.
Note
If the r symbol flashes when you start the
program:
The meal has been stored with a programmed meat
probe temperature. Connect the meat probe before
starting the memory recipe.
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Child Lock
The oven has a child lock. It prevents the oven
being turned on unintentionally.
Supposition:
You have to make the child lock available in the
basic settings. See chapter basic settings.
Activating the Child Lock
Supposition:
The temperature knob is in the OFF position.
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1
Touch any key. The symbol
the centre left key.
2
Touch the key
o appears beside
o for at least 6 seconds.
The child lock is active, the controls are locked.
The standby screen appears. The symbol
appears in the status bar.
o
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Deactivating the Child Lock
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1
Touch any key. The symbol
the centre left key.
2
Touch the key
p appears beside
p for at least 6 seconds.
The child lock is deactivated. You can operate the
appliance as usual.
Note
If you cannot find the o key beside the centre key:
Call up the basic settings menu. Select the child
lock function. Select “child lock available” o .
If the child lock key is no longer required:
Call up the basic settings menu. Select the child
lock function. Select “child lock not available” p .
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Additional Functions
Safety Deactivation
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For your protection the appliance has a safety
deactivation. The safety deactivation switches off
the heat if the oven is left on for more than 12 hours
without the controls being touched.
Three dashes appear on the display. Switch the
temperature knob off. Then you can operate the
appliance as usual.
Fast Heating up
This mode heats up the oven particularly fast.
You can activate the fast heating up in the basic
settings menu.
If you have selected fast heating up, always heat up
the empty oven before putting the dish in the oven.
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Changing the Basic Settings
Your appliance has several basic settings.
You can customize these settings:
Turn the temperature knob one position to the right
to the light position.
•
•
Call up the basic settings menu with the
Use the top
settings.
c key.
f or g keys to move between the
•
Use the centre keys to change the selected
setting. You can change several settings
individually without leaving the menu.
•
Touch the b key to exit the menu. All settings
are saved.
Note
The status bar only shows six options.
Use the top f or g keys to move to the required
option. You can scroll back- or forward with these
keys.
If no key has been touched for 60 secods the menu
disappears. The standby screen appears. All
settings are saved.
Example: Changing the Standby
Screen
1
Call up the basic settings menu by turning the
temperature knob one position to the right to
the light position.
Touch the key next to the c symbol. The menu
appears.
2
Use the menu key g to select the function
standby screen M .
3
Use the middle keys f or g to select the
required setting. The selected screen appears
briefly.
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Now you can change further settings or exit the
menu with the b key.
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The Following Settings Can Be
Changed
Time format
•
12 hour format (AM/PM) or 24 hour format
Clock
08 30
•
Hours / minutes
Use the arrow key
hours to minutes.
g bottom right to change from
Date
26 10 07
•
Day / month / year
Use the arrow key g bottom right to change from
day to month to year.
Key tones volume
•
In 8 levels
Adjust the volume of the key tones.
The signal volume cannot be adjusted.
Display brightness
•
In 8 levels
Display contrast
•
In 8 levels
The display contrast depends on the viewing angle.
Standby screen
•
Gaggenau / Gaggenau with clock / clock and
date / clock / empty display
The selected screen appears briefly.
Sabbath mode
•
Sabbath mode key not available / available
Reset all parameters to the factory setting
•
No / yes
Immediately confirm a reset with the
b key.
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Exhibition mode
The setting w “exhibition mode not active” must be
selected and must not be changed. The appliance
does not heat up during exhibition mode x .
You can only change this setting 3 minutes after the
appliance has been connected to the electricity.
Temperature unit
•
°F or °C
Date format
•
Day.month.year or
day/month/year or
month/day/year
Heating up with / without signal
•
Rapid heating up with signal / normal heating
up with signal / rapid heating up without signal
/ normal heating up without signal
The signal sounds when the oven has heated up.
Language
English
Deutsch
•
Select the language for the display messages
or switch the display messages off.
Francais
Italiano
Key tones
•
Sound 1 (beep) / sound 2 (click) / key tones off
Choose the key tones.
The signal tone cannot be changed.
Child lock
•
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Child lock key not available / available
Care and Manual Cleaning
Safety Notes
Cleaning the Door Seal
! Warning! Do not clean the hob using high
Always keep the door seal clean and free of food
remains.
! Warning, risk of burns! Before cleaning, wait
Do not use aggressive cleaning agents (e.g. oven
cleaner) on the door seal. They can destroy the
door seal.
pressure cleaners or steam jets.
until the appliance has cooled down.
Do not remove the door seal.
Cleaning the Oven Interior
Clean the oven with a cloth/sponge and a small
amount of hot soapy water. Avoid residues burning
in. After cleaning, leave the door open until the
oven has dried.
Cleaning the Accessories
Do not scrape off baked-in remainders of food.
Instead, moisten them with a wet cloth and
detergent.
Soak baked-in remainders and clean with a brush.
If the oven is heavily soiled use the pyrolysis for
best results.
Cleaning the Baking Stone
Clean accessories (baking tray, wire grill and grill
pan) with hot soapy liquid.
(special accessory)
Fruit juices from moist cakes dripping onto the oven
interior can damage the enamel. Remove such
soiling as soon as the oven has cooled down
sufficiently.
Do not use non-suitable cleaning agents:
– scouring cleaning agents
– nitro polishing agents
– cleaners containing chloride
– abrasive sponges or objects
Remove coarse soiling from the baking stone. Turn
the baking stone round before using it again. This
will burn off most residues from the bottom side.
Note: Do not clean the baking stone with water and
detergents! Moisture inside the baking stone can
cause cracking.
Note: Only use oven cleaner on the enamel in the
oven interior. Do not let the oven cleaner come into
contact with the door seal. Do not spray oven
cleaner onto the door frame.
Cleaning the Glass Front
Clean the glass front with a soft cloth and glass
cleaner. Do not wipe the glass front with a soaking
wet cloth as water might enter behind the glass.
Do not use aggressive, scouring cleaning agents or
glass scrapers. They can scratch the surface and
destroy the glass.
A rainbow colored shimmer may be seen on the
front glass. This is the heat resistant coating.
Only clean the display with a soft cloth. Do not wipe
the display with a soaking wet cloth as water might
enter behind the screen.
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Pyrolysis
! Warning, risk of burns! Very high temperatures
occur during the pyrolysis! Keep chidren away!
! Wipe out excessive spillage before self-cleaning
the oven.
During the pyrolytic self cleaning the oven is heated
to 905°F. Any food residues from baking, roasting
and grilling are reduced to ash.
The duration of the pyrolysis is 3 hours.
For your safety the oven door remains locked.
During pyrolysis the light in the oven remains
switched off.
Before Starting Pyrolysis
•
Remove coarse soiling and food remains from
the oven.
! Warning, fire risk! Food remains, fat and
meat juices may ignite during pyrolysis.
•
Manually clean the door seal, the inside of the
door and the glass panel. The pyrolysis does
not clean these parts.
•
Remove all loose interior parts (for example
wire rack or meat probe) from the oven. No
objects should be left in the oven!
•
Close the oven door.
Setting the Program
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1
Turn the temperature knob and the function
knob one position to the left.
2
The pyrolysis menu appears. The switch off
time appears on the display.
3
Press
b to start.
The pyrolysis menu disappears. The F symbol and
the pyrolysis temperature appear on the display.
The status bar shows the duration of the pyrolysis.
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The oven light and the display light stay off during
pyrolysis.
Delaying the Switch-off Time
If you want the pyrolysis to run at a later time (for
example during the night), you can change the
switch-off time. In this way you can use your oven
during the day as usual.
16:30
13:30
03:00 21:00
Make the settings as described in 1 and 2.
3
Press the
d key to change the switch-off time.
4
Press the
b key to confirm.
After confirmation the F symbol appears on the
display. The status bar shows the switch-off time of
the pyrolysis. Three dashes instead of the
temperature are shown on the display. After the
start of the pyrolysis the temperature appears on
the display.
A signal is sounded at the switch-off time.
Exception: There is no signal between 22.00 and
8.00.
The pyrolysis has ended. Switch off the
temperature knob.
Allow the oven to cool down fully. Then wipe out the
oven using a moist cloth.
Note
The duration of the pyrolysis cannot be changed.
If the pyrolysis does not start and the G or r
symbol flashes on the display:
Check if the door is fully closed and the meat probe
has been removed.
If you want to stop the pyrolysis:
Switch off the temperature knob.
For your safety the oven door remains locked. The
door is automatically unlocked when the oven has
cooled down and the o symbol disappears.
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Cleaning Accessories with Pyrolysis
Gaggenau baking trays and grilling trays are coated
with pyrolysis-proof enamel. To arrive at an optimum
cleaning result, you are advised to remove all
accessories from the oven before the pyrolytic
cleaning process. Only this will ensure optimum
heat distribution.
If you would like to remove burnt-in residues
from your baking tray or your grilling tray, it is
imperative that you observe the following
safety notes:
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•
Remove extreme fatty soiling, roast juice and
food remainders before the pyrolytic cleaning
process.
! Warning, fire risk! Food remains, fat and
meat juices may ignite during pyrolysis.
•
Only insert one baking tray or one grilling tray
in the lowest shelf in the oven.
•
•
Fully insert the baking tray or grilling tray.
Do not clean wire rack, rotary spit, cast roaster,
baking stone, meat probe or other accessories
in the pyrolytic cleaning process.
Trouble Shooting
In case of a malfunction first check the household
fuses. If the power supply is functioning correctly
contact your dealer or Gaggenau after-sales
service.
Please specify the E number and FD number of the
appliance when calling our after-sales service. You
find these numbers on the rating plate of the
appliance.
Repairs may only be carried out by authorised
technicians, in order to guarantee the electrical
safety of the appliance.
! Warning! Incorrect repairs may result in serious
injury to the user.
All poles of the appliance must be disconnected
from the electricity when being repaired (switch off
the household fuse or the circuit breaker in the fuse
box).
Non compliance with these recommendations
results in the warranty coverage becoming invalid.
Error Messages
If a malfunction occurs and the appliance does not
heat up, an error code will flash on the display.
13:30
E104
If E003 , E303 , E115 or E215 flashes on the display
the appliance is too hot. Switch off the appliance
and let it cool down.
If a different error code flashes on the display call
the after-sales service. Please specify the error
code and the appliance type. You find the appliance
type on the rating plate.
Switch off the temperature knob.
Note:
The short timer and stop clock can still be used.
Exhibition Mode
m
13:30
If the x symbol appears on the standby screen,
exhibition mode is activated. The appliance does
not heat up.
Disconnect the appliance from the electricity for a
few seconds (switch off the household fuse or the
circuit breaker in the fuse box). Within 3 minutes
after reconnecting the appliance go to the basic
settings menu and deactivate exhibition mode.
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Power Cut
The appliance bridges a power cut of up to
5 minutes. The operation continues.
13:30
After a longer power cut the appliance will switch
off the operation. The J symbol appears on the
display and three dashes instead of the
temperature.
Switch off the temperature knob and switch the
appliance back on.
The “first settings” menu reappears if the appliance
is without electricity for several days. You have to
set the clock.
Note: The basic settings remain stored even if the
appliance is without electricity for several days.
Replacing the Oven Lights
If an oven light fails, it must be replaced. Heatresistant replacement bulbs can be obtained from
the after-sales service or specialist shops. Only use
these bulbs.
! WARNING: Make sure the appliance and lights
are cool and power to the appliance has been
turned off before replacing the light bulb(s). Failure
to do so could result in electrical shock or burns.
The lenses must be in place when using the
appliance. The lenses serve to protect the light bulb
from breaking.
The lenses are made of glass. Handle carefully to
avoid breaking. Broken glass could cause an injury.
Light socket is live when door is open.
Replacing the Ceiling Light
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1
Loosen the screw on the lamp cover.
Tilt down the lamp cover.
2
Pull out the bulb. Push the new bulb in firmly.
Make sure that the pins are in the correct
position.
Note: Only use a heat-resistant halogen bulb of
the same type (60 W / 230 V / G9).
Do not touch the halogen lamp with your hands.
Use a dry cloth.
3
Tilt the lamp cover up and screw it back on.
4
Switch the circuit breaker back on.
Replacing the Side Light
1
Place a tea towel in the oven to prevent
damage.
2
Pull out the shelf after undoing the knurled
nuts.
3
Push the top mounting bracket back and
remove the glass cover.
4
Pull out the bulb. Push the new bulb in firmly.
Make sure that the pins are in the correct
position.
Note: Only use a heat-resistant halogen bulb of
the same type (10 W / 12 V / G4).
Do not touch the halogen lamp with your hands.
Use a dry cloth.
5
Insert the glass cover under the bottom
mounting bracket and press it down firmly on
the top. The sloping edges must face to the
interior of the oven.
6
Remove the tea towel and switch the circuit
breaker back on.
You must replace a damaged glass cover. Suitable
glass covers may be obtained from the after-sales
service.
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Gaggenau Hausgeräte GmbH
Carl-Wery-Straße 34
81739 München
Germany
www.gaggenau.com
9000157758 EB 8710 enUS
Gaggenau
780 Dedham Street
Canton, MA 02021
Telephone: 877.4GAGGENAU
USA
www.gaggenau-usa.com

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