IMC 12635-90 X
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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DEAR CUSTOMER,
Your appliance is exceptionally easy to use and extremely efficient. Before being packaged
and leaving the manufacturer, the appliance was thoroughly checked with regard to safety and
functionality. Before using the appliance, please read these Operating Instructions carefully
Symbols appearing in these instructions have the following meaning:
Important information concerning proper
operation of the appliance and your personal safety.
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Risks resulting from improper operation
of the appliance. Activities that must be
performed by a qualified technician.
Tips on how to use the appliance.
Information on how to protect the environment.
This indicates actions that must not be
performed by the user.
CONTENTS
SPECIFICATION2
PRECAUTIONS3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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DISPOSING/SCRAPPING OF USED EQUIPMENT
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INSTALLING THE PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT
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COOKWARE10
SETTING UP YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
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TURNTABLE INSTALLATION12
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE13
OPERATION14
TROUBLESHOOTING20
CLEANING20
WARRANTY AND AFTER-SALE SERVICES
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USEFUL TIPS22
INSTALL THE APPLIANCE IN A CABINET
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SPECIFICATION
Model
IMC 12635-90 X
Power supply
230V~ / 50Hz
Operating frequency [MHz]
2450
Noise level [dB(A) re 1pW]
63
Power Consumption [W]
3350
Nominal output power of microwaves [W]
900
Nominal output power of grill
1750
Oven capacity [l]
44
Turntable diameter [mm]
360
External Dimensions (H x W x D) [mm]
454,5 x 595 x 568,5
The oven is a built-in appliance
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Net weight [kg]
38
The appliance is designed for household
use only.
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The manufacturer reserves the right to
introduce changes, which do not affect
operation of the appliance.
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The pictures in this operating instructions
are for illustration only. Full list of the
appliance accessories may be found in
an appropriate section of this operating
instructions.
TO AVOID POSSIBLE OVER-EXPOSURE TO MICROWAVE ENERGY
Do not attempt to operate the oven with the door open,
because it may cause harmful exposure to microwave
energy. Do not disable the safety interlocks, or attempt
to circumvent them.
Do not place anything between the front surface of the
oven and the door or allow dirt or detergent residue to
gather on sealing surfaces.
Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is particularly important that the oven door is properly closed and
that there is no damage to:
1) door (dents, cracks)
2) hinges and locks (broken, cracked or loose)
3) door seals and sealing surfaces
Any adjustments, maintenance or repairs should only
be entrusted to the manufacturer's properly qualified
service personnel. In particular, the work associated
with removing the cover that protects the user against
microwave radiation.
Keep the appliance and its power cord away from children under 8 years old.
Microwave oven should not be placed in a cabinet*
WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use. Avoid contact with hot parts. Children under the age of 8, should be kept away from the
appliance, unless supervised by an adult person;
Do not clean the appliance with steam
Surfaces of the cabinet may become hot when the oven
is operating;
* applies to oven models that are not built-in appliances
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PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
To reduce the risk of fire, injury to people or exposure to
excessive microwave energy when using the appliance,
please observe the following basic safety rules:
Read the Operating Instructions before using the appliance.
Close supervision is needed to reduce the risk of fire
inside the oven chamber.
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in the manual. Do not use corrosive chemicals
in the appliance. Oven is specifically designed for heating or cooking food. It is not intended for industrial or
laboratory use.
WARNING: When the appliance is used in a combined
mode, children can use the microwave oven only under
adult supervision due to the high temperatures generated;
WARNING: Liquids and other foodstuffs may not be
heated in sealed containers as the containers could explode;
WARNING: This appliance can be used by children aged
8 years and older or by persons with physical, mental or
sensory handicaps, or by those who are inexperienced
or unfamiliar with the appliance, provided they are supervised or have been instructed how to safely use the
appliance and are familiar with risks associated with the
use of the appliance. Ensure that children do not play
with the appliance. Cleaning and maintenance of the
appliance should not be performed by children unless
they are 8 years or older and are supervised by a competent person.
Use only cookware that is suitable for use in microwave
ovens;
When heating food in plastic or paper containers, pay
special attention to the microwave oven as containers
may ignite;
* Applicable to microwave ovens with grill
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If you see smoke or fire, turn off the appliance or unplug
it from power and keep the door closed until the flames
are smothered;
Microwave heating of beverages can cause delayed
boiling, therefore care should be taken when handling
the container;
Cleaning instructions for door seals and adjacent parts
may be found in an appropriate section of this operating
instructions.
The oven must be cleaned regularly. Remove any deposits of food and leftovers
Neglecting to keep the oven clean can damage the surface, which may adversely affect the durability of the
appliance and cause dangerous situations
Important! If the power cord is damaged, it should be
replaced by the manufacturer or specialist repair centre
or a qualified person in order to avoid danger.
Before using the oven, test heat the grill heater (smoke
can be given off through ventilation grid):
- switch on the ventilation in the room or open a window,
- set the oven to heat the grill heater only for about 3
minutes without heating food.
Oven must be placed on flat a surface.
Turntable and rotating trolley unit should be in the oven
during cooking. Carefully put cooked food on the turntable, and handle it carefully to avoid any breakage.
Improper use of the browning plate may cause cracking
of the turntable due to the high temperature.
Only use bags for cooking in microwave ovens, which
are correct size.
Microwave oven has several in-built circuit breakers to
prevent emission of radiation, while the door is open.
Do not tamper with these circuit breakers.
* Applicable to microwave ovens with grill
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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Do not operate the oven when empty. Operating the
oven without food or dish with very low water content
may result in fire, carbonization, arcing and damage to
the internal chamber shell.
Do not cook food directly on the turntable. Excessive
local heating of turntable may cause its rupture.
Do not heat baby bottles or baby food in the microwave.
Uneven heating may occur and cause physical injury.
Do not use narrow-necked containers such as bottles
for syrups.
Do not fry in deep fat in the microwave.
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Do not do home canning in a microwave oven because
not always the entire contents of pot reaches boiling
point.
Do not use microwave oven for commercial purposes.
This appliance is intended for use at home or in facilities, such as*: kitchen for employees; in shops, offices
and other working environments, use by the customers
of hotels, motels and other residential facilities, in rural
residential buildings, in the accommodation facilities*;
In order to avoid delayed boiling of hot liquids and beverages and the risk of burns, stir the liquid before placing the container in the oven and again in the middle of
cooking time. Then leave the container in the oven for
a short time and stir again before removing from oven
chamber.
Do not forget that there is a dish in the microwave oven
to avoid burning due to excessive cooking.
When the appliance is used in a combined mode, children can use the microwave oven only under adult supervision the high temperatures generated;
Please read the provisions of warranty
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This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with physical, mental or sensory handicaps, or by persons inexperienced or unfamiliar with
the appliance, unless under supervision or in accordance with the instructions as communicated to them by
persons responsible for their safety. Children shall not
play with the appliance.
Do not overcook dishes
Do not use the oven for storage. Do not store flammable objects inside the microwave oven, such as bread,
cookies, paper products, etc. If lightning hits the power
line, the oven may switch on automatically.
Remove the wire clamps and metal fixtures from containers / paper or plastic bags before placing them in
the oven.
Microwave oven must be grounded. Only connect to a
wall socket with the proper protective conductor. See
"Installing the protective circuit."
Some products, such as whole eggs (boiled or fresh),
water, oil or grease, sealed containers and closed glass
jars may explode and therefore should not be heated in
the oven.
Operating the microwave oven should be done with
adult supervision at all times. Do not allow children to
play with the appliance or have access to the controls.
Do not operate the oven when its terminal strip or plug
is damaged, it is not working properly, or if it has been
damaged or dropped.
Do not cover or block the air vents on the oven.
* Applicable to microwave ovens with grill
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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Do not store or use the oven outdoors.
Do not use the microwave oven near water, near the
kitchen sink, in a damp room or near a swimming pool.
Do not immerse the power cord or plug in water.
Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
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Do not allow the connection cord hanging over the edge
of a table or counter.
The appliance must be used with mounted decorative
frame*
The inner cavity surface is hot after use of the microwave oven.
Regularly check the oven and its power cord for damage. If there is any damage, do not use the oven
DISPOSING/SCRAPPING OF USED EQUIPMENT
DISPOSAL OF THE APPLIANCE
UNPACKING
During transportation, protective
packaging was used to protect the
appliance against any damage.
After unpacking, please dispose of
all elements of packaging in a way
that will not cause damage to the
environment.
All materials used for packaging the
appliance are environmentally friendly; they are
100% recyclable and are marked with the appropriate symbol.
At the end of its useful life, this product
must not be disposed of with normal
municipal waste. Instead, it should be
taken to an electronic waste collection
and recycling point. It is indicated by the
symbol on the product itself, or on the
Operating Instructions or packaging.
The materials used in making of this appliance can
be reused, as indicated. By reusing or recycling the
materials or parts, you will be playing an important
part in protecting our environment.
Important! During unpacking, keep the packaging
material (polyethylene bags, polystyrene pieces,
etc.) out of reach of children.
Information about the relevant disposal points for
worn-out electrical goods is available from your
local authorities.
* applicable to built-in appliances
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DANGER
electrician or service technician.
If you must use an extension cord, use only a threewire extension with an earthing connector.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for damage
or injury resulting from connecting the microwave
oven to a power source without a protective circuit
or with a malfunctioning protection circuit.
Danger of electric shock when touched, some internal components may cause serious injury or death.
Do not disassemble this appliance.
WARNING
Electric shock hazard. Improper use of earthing can
cause electric shock. Do not insert the plug into the
socket before the appliance is properly installed
and grounded.
A short power cord is provided to reduce the risk
resulting from becoming entangled or tripping over
a long cord.
If you use the extension cord:
- Extension cord must be capable of withstanding
nominal current required by the appliance.
- Extension cord must be 3-wire with earthing,
- Extension cord should be so arranged as not to
be hung by the table top where it could be pulled by
children, or caught inadvertently.
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of
a short-circuit, earthing reduces the risk of electric
shock. The appliance is equipped with earthing wire
with an appropriate plug. The plug should be inserted into a properly installed and grounded outlet.
If you do not completely understand earthing instruction or you are unsure whether the appliance
is properly grounded, please contact a qualified
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INSTALLING THE PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT
COOKWARE
WARNING
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Risk of injury. Tightly closed containers may explode. Closed containers must be opened and
plastic bags pierced before cooking.
Materials that can be used and materials to be avoided in the microwave oven.
The use of some non-metallic cookware may not be safe in the microwave oven. If in doubt, you can
check the cookware following this procedure.
Checking the cookware:
1) Fill the microwave-safe cookware with 1 cup of cold water (250 ml), and do the same with the test
cookware.
2) Operate the oven with the maximum power for 1 minute.
3) Carefully touch the test cookware. If the test cookware is hot, do not use it in the microwave oven.
4) Do not exceed 1 minute cooking time.
Materials that cannot be used in a microwave oven
Type of cookware
Comments
Aluminium tray
May cause an electric arc. Transfer food to microwave-safe
cookware.
Cardboard box with metal handle
May cause an electric arc. Transfer food to microwave-safe
cookware.
Metal or cookware with metal frame
Metal shields the food from microwave energy.
Metal frame can cause an electric arc.
Metal closure - tightened
May cause an electric arc and fire in the oven.
Paper bags
May cause a fire in the oven.
Plastic foam
Plastic foam may melt or contaminate the liquid in it when
exposed to high temperatures.
Wood
Wood dries out when it is heated in the microwave oven and
can crack or break.
Materials that can be used in a microwave oven
Type of cookware
Comments
Aluminium foil
Only as shielding. Small and smooth pieces can be used for the
coating of thin pieces of meat or poultry, to prevent excessive
cooking. Arc discharge may occur if the foil is too close to the oven
walls. Film must be at least at a distance of 2.5 cm from the oven
walls.
Browning plate
Observe the manufacturer’s instructions. The bottom of the browning plate must be at least 5 mm above the turntable. Improper use
may cause cracking of the turntable.
Dinner dishes
Suitable for microwave ovens only. Observe the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not use cracked or chipped cookware.
Glass jars
Always remove the lid. Use only for heating food to a suitable temperature. Most glass jars are not heat resistant and may explode.
Glassware
Use only heat-resistant glassware in the microwave oven. Make
sure that there are no metal frames. Do not use cracked or
chipped cookware.
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Bags for microwave cooking
Observe the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not seal with metal
clamps.
Paper plates and cups
Cut through to allow the steam to escape. Use only for short cooking / heating. Do not leave the oven unattended while cooking.
Paper towels
Use to cover food to be heated to absorb fat.
Use only for short cooking under constant surveillance.
Parchment paper
Use as a cover to prevent splashing or as a container for evaporation.
Plastics
Suitable for microwave ovens only. Should be labelled "for use
in microwave ovens." Some plastic containers soften when the
content is warmed up. Bags for microwave cooking and sealed
plastic bags must be pierced or incised, or vented according to the
directions on the package.
Plastic packaging
Suitable for microwave ovens only. Use to cover food during cooking in order to maintain moisture. Do not let plastic packing touch
the food.
Thermometers
Suitable for microwave ovens only. (Temperature probes for meat
and sugar).
Wax paper
Used as a covering to prevent splashing and to keep moisture.
Microwave
Barbecue
grill
Combi Mode
Heat-resistant glass
YES
YES
YES
Regular glass
NO
NO
NO
Heat-resistant ceramics
YES
NO
NO
Microwave-safe plastic utensils
YES
NO
NO
Kitchen paper
YES
NO
NO
Metal container
NO
YES
NO
Metal rack (provided for the oven)*
NO
YES
NO
Aluminium foil and foil containers
NO
YES
NO
Cookware material
* Available on selected models
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COOKWARE
SETTING UP YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
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Microwave oven accessories
Remove all packaging, both inside and outside the oven, before using the oven. The oven comes with
the following accessories:
Turntable1
Rotating trolley
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Operating Instructions
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Grilling rack
1*
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Control panel
Grill element
Light
Level
Doorglass
Protection element (Your device turns off when
door will be opened)
7) Turnable shaft
8) Square grill rack*
9) Enamel tray
10) Glass plate
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TURNTABLE INSTALLATION
1 Never compress or place the turntable upside down.
2 When cooking, always use turntable and rotating trolley.
3 For cooking or heating always put the food on the turntable.
4 If the turntable breaks, please contact the nearest authorized service
centre.
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2**
Individual fittings:
1. Turntable
2. Rotating trolley
* Available on selected models. The grilling rack supplied with the appliance should only be used
when the appliance is set to “GRILL”. Place the rack on the turntable.
** Trolley is available in two versions, depending on the model. These are not interchangeable.
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- Remove all packaging materials and components.
- Check the oven for damage such as dents or door misalignment or breakage.
- Remove any protective film from the surface of the cabinet.
- Do not install the oven if it is damaged.
Do not remove the light brown mica cover bolted into the recess in order to shield the microwave magnetron.
Installing
1. The appliance is designed for household use only.
2. The appliance can be used only after fitting in kitchen furniture.
3. For fitting instructions, please refer to "Installation guide"*.
4. Microwave oven should be installed in a cabinet with a width of 60 cm and a height of 85 cm from the
kitchen floor*.
Do not remove the legs located in the bottom of the appliance*.
Blocking the inlet and outlet openings may damage the microwave oven.
Place the oven as far away from radio and television as possible. Operating microwave oven may cause
interference to radio and television reception.
2. Insert the oven power plug into a standard household wall socket.
Make sure beforehand whether voltage and frequency are the same as on the oven's rating plate.
WARNING: Do not install the oven on the gas hob or other heat producing appliance. In the event of
such installation, the oven may be damaged and void the warranty.
Accessible surfaces
may become hot
during operation.
* Applicable to built-in appliances
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INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE
OPERATION
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Clock setting
After connecting the oven to the power supply, a flashing "00:00" will appear and
you will hear a single beep.
1) Press
or
button to set the correct time (between 00:00 and 23:59.)
2) After setting the correct time, press . The clock has been set.
Note:
1) To change the time, press and hold
button for 3 seconds. The current time
disappears and the display shows a flashing time digits.
To set new time press
or
and press
to confirm the setting.
2) When setting the clock, press and hold
or
to change time by 10 min., each
short press changes time by 1 minute.
Microwave Cooking
1) To start microwave cooking press
button. The display shows a flashing
"01:00" and the microwave icon appears. If no button is pressed for 10 seconds,
the current power level is confirmed automatically.
2) To set the microwave power (from 100W to 900W) press , and then
or
to
set the power level.
3) To set the cooking time press , then set the time using
or
button.
The maximum cooking time depends on the power level. If power is set to 900W,
the maximum time is 30 minutes, for other power levels, it is 90 minutes.
4) Press
to start cooking.
Microwave power table:
Microwave
100%
Cooking Power
80%
50%
30%
10%
Display
700W
450W
300W
100W
900W
The table below presents the power level to be selected and dishes that may be
prepared at this power level.
Power
Dish
900 W
- Boiling of water, keeping food warm
- Cooking of chicken, fish, vegetables
700 W
- Keep warm
- Cooking of mushrooms, seafood
- Cooking egg and cheese dishes
450 W
- Cooking of rice, soup
300 W
- Defrosting
- Melting chocolate and butter
100 W
- Defrosting delicate/fragile dishes
- Defrosting food with irregular shapes
- Ice softening
- Dough proving
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Function
Microwave
Microwave
Forced air circulation
Warming
up
Roaster with fan
Lower heater with
forced air circulation
Grill
Forced air circulation
Roaster with fan
Combi
function
Lower heater with
forced air circulation
Grill
Automatic
programs
P01 - P13
d01 - d03
Operation mode
Microwave
Microwave function for cooking and heating vegetables, potatoes, rice, fish and
meat.
Blowing hot air
With hot air you can prepare meals in the
same way as in a conventional oven.
Microwave function is not active. It is
recommended to preheat the oven before
putting the dish into the oven.
Grill with fan
This function is used for even cooking of
dishes and simultaneous browning of the
skin.
Lower heater + forced air circulation is
useful for baking dishes such as pizza,
moist cake, fruit cake, sponge cake
Grill
The grill is particularly useful for cooking
thin cuts of meat and fish.
Microwave + hot air
For quick baking of dishes.
Microwave + grill with fan is useful for the
preparation of small cuts of meat, fish or
vegetables, and even browning of skin.
Microwave + lower heater + forced air
circulation is useful for dishes that require
rapid cooking and heating of the dish
Microwave +Grill
This function is used for rapid cooking and
simultaneous browning of the dish skin
(also baked dishes). Microwave and grill
on at the same time. Microwaves cook the
food and grill bakes it.
Programs for automatic cooking (13
predefined programs) can be used for
cooking many types of meat. Select the
type of food and its weight.
Defrosting by weight (3 predefined programs). Specify the weight of the food to
be defrosted
Grill function
1) Press
to activate the heating function,
symbol will light up on the display.
2) Press ,
or
to select the grill function. Default grill power is set to level 3.
After selecting the grill function, the display shows
symbol.
3) Press
to set the desired grill power level.
4) Press
or
to adjust the grill power level from 1 to 3.
5) Press
to set the time. Default cooking time is 10 minutes. Press
or
to
select the desired time from 10 to 90 minutes.
6) Press
to start the cooking process.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
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Cooking with forced air circulation function
1) Press
to activate forced air circulation function,
symbol will light up on the
display.
2) Press ,
or
to select the forced air circulation function. Default cooking temperature is 180OC.
After selecting the forced air circulation function,
the display shows
symbol.
3) Press
to set the desired temperature.
4) Press
or
to set the temperature from 50OC to 230OC.
5) Press
to set the cooking time. Default cooking time is 10 minutes. Press
or
to select the desired time from 10 minutes to 5 hours.
6) Press
to start the cooking process.
Cooking with the grill function with fan
1) Press
to activate the heating function,
symbol will light up on the display.
2) Press ,
or
to select the grill with fan function. Default cooking temperature is 180OC. After selecting the grill with fan function, the display shows
symbol.
3) Press
to set the desired temperature.
4) Press
or
to set the temperature from 100OC to 230OC.
5) Press
to set the cooking time. Default cooking time is 10 minutes. Press
or
to select the desired time from 10 minutes to 5 hours.
6) Press
to start the cooking process.
Cooking with the lower heater with forced air circulation function
1) Press
to activate the heating function,
symbol will light up on the display.
2) Press ,
or
to select the lower heater with forced air circulation function. Default cooking temperature is 180OC.
After selecting the lower heater
with forced air circulation function, the display shows
symbol.
3) Press
to set the desired temperature.
4) Press
or
to set the temperature from 100OC to 230OC.
5) Press
to set the cooking time. Default cooking time is 10 minutes. Press
or
to select the desired time from 10 minutes to 5 hours.
6) Press
to start the cooking process.
Cooking with combi function (microwave and grill)
1) Press
to activate combi function (microwave + grill),
and
symbols will
light up on the display.
2) Press ,
or
to select combi function (microwave + grill). Default grill power
is set to level 3. After selecting the grill function, the display shows
symbol.
3) Press
to set the desired grill power level.
4) Press
or
to adjust the grill power level from 1 to 3.
5) To set the microwave power (from 100W to 700W) press , and then
or
to
set the power level. The default power level is 300W.
6) Press
to set the cooking time. Default cooking time is 10 minutes. Press
or
to select the desired time from 10 to 90 minutes.
7) Press
to start the cooking process.
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Cooking with combi function (microwave + forced air circulation)
1) Press
to activate combi function (microwave + forced air circulation),
and
symbols will light up on the display.
2) Press ,
or
to select combi function (microwave + forced air circulation).
Default grill power is set to level 3. After selecting the grill function, the display
shows
symbol.
3) To set the temperature (from 50OC to 230OC), press , then
or
to set the
temperature.
4) To set the microwave power (from 100W to 700W) press , and then
or
to
set the power level. The default power level is 300W.
5) Press
to set the cooking time. Default cooking time is 10 minutes. Press
or
to select the desired time from 10 to 90 minutes.
6) Press
to start the cooking process.
Cooking with combi function (microwave + grill with fan)
1) Press
to activate heating function,
and
symbols will light up on the display.
2) Press ,
or
to select the grill with fan function. Default cooking temperature is 180OC. After selecting the grill with fan function, the display shows
symbol.
3) Press
to set the desired temperature.
4) Press
or
to set the temperature from 100OC to 230OC.
5) To set the microwave power (from 100W to 700W) press , and then
or
to
set the power level. The default power level is 300W.
6) Press
to set the cooking time. Default cooking time is 10 minutes. Press
or
to select the desired time from 10 to 90 minutes.
7) Press
to start the cooking process.
Cooking with combi function (microwave + lower heater + forced air circulation)
1) Press
to activate combi function (microwave + lower heater + forced air circulation),
and
symbols will light up on the display.
2) Press ,
or
to select combi function (microwave + lower heater + forced
air circulation). Default cooking temperature is 180OC. After selecting the air
circulation function, the display shows
symbol.
3) To set the temperature (from 100OC to 230OC), press , then
or .
4) To set the microwave power (from 100W to 700W) press , and then
or
to
set the power level. The default power level is 300W.
5) Press
to set the cooking time. Default cooking time is 10 minutes. Press
or
to select the desired time from 10 to 90 minutes.
6) Press
to start the cooking process.
Defrosting by weight
1) Press
to activate defrosting by weight function.
2) Press
or
to select D01 - meat or D02 - vegetables.
3) Press .
4) Press
or
to select weight of the dish 200g - 1000g (D01 - any kind of meat)
or 100g - 500g (D02 - any kind of vegetables).
5) Press
to start the defrosting process.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
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Defrosting by time
1) Press
2) Press
3) Press
4) Press
5) Press
to activate defrosting by time function.
or
to select D03.
.
or
to select the defrosting time (maximum time is 90 min.)
to start the defrosting process.
Cooking with predefined programs
The appliance has 13 predefined cooking programs. After selecting the program,
set the weight of the dish. Power and temperature are set automatically.
1) Press
2) Press
3) Press
4) Press
5) Press
to activate auto function.
,
or
to select a predefined program P01-P13.
.
or
to select the weight of the dish [g]
to start the cooking process.
Predefined programs table:
Program
Category
P01** Vegetables
P02** Side dishes
P03* Side dishes
P04
Poultry/fish
P05*
P06*
P07*
P08**
P09**
P10**
P11*
P12*
P13*
Baking
Baking
Baking
Warming up
Warming up
Warming up
Frozen food
Frozen food
Frozen food
Dish
Fresh vegetables
Potatoes - peeled/cooked
Potatoes - baked
Turn food after beep. The next stage of
combi cooking starts automatically.
Portions of chicken/fish
Turn food after beep. The next stage of
combi cooking starts automatically.
Cake
Apple pie
Quiche
Drink/soup
Dish on a plate
Sauce/stew/dish
Frozen pizza
Frozen chips
Frozen lasagne
• Programs with * symbol have a keep warm step. During this step, the cooking
time is stopped and the keep warm symbol appears on the display. An alarm indicated the end of keeping warm time, and the symbol flashes.
• Programs with ** symbol only use the microwave function.
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Keep warm function
Keep warm function may be activated after selecting functions: forced air circulation, air circulation, combi (microwave + forced air circulation), combi (microwave +
air circulation).
1) Press , the display will show
symbol.
2) Press
to start. When the correct temperature is reached, you will hear three
beeps. The keep warm function may be terminated by opening the door or pressing
.
Note: Keep warm function only works after selecting the above functions. During
keep warm function, microwave function is off.
Child Lock
To set the Child Lock: When the appliance is in a standby mode, press and hold
for 3 seconds - you will hear a long beep indicating that the Child Lock is on, and
symbol will appear on the display.
To deactivate Child Lock: When the Child Lock is on, press and hold for 3 seconds - you will hear a long beep indicating that the Child Lock is off, and
symbol
will disappear from the display.
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EN
OPERATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
EN
Television and radio reception may be
disrupted when the microwave oven is operating.
The same applies to small household appliances
such as a blender, vacuum cleaner and electric
fan. This is normal.
Microwave oven interferes with the TV reception
When cooking with low microwave power, oven
light may be dimmer. This is normal.
Dimmed oven lighting.
When cooking, steam can be released from food.
Most of the steam escapes through the vents.
However some steam can collect in the form of
condensation on cooler parts, such as oven door.
This is normal.
Condensation forms on the door, hot air comes
out through vents.
Fault
Oven does not start.
The oven does not heat.
Turntable makes noise when
oven operates
Possible cause
How to correct
Power cord unplugged or not
plugged properly into the socket
Pull the plug and put it back in
after 10 seconds.
Blown fuse or tripped circuit
breaker.
Replace the fuse or turn on the
circuit breaker (any repairs by
manufacturer service only)
Problem with the power outlet
Check the outlet by plugging in
other appliance.
The door is not closed properly.
Close the door fully.
Rotating ring or bottom of the
oven dirty.
See "Microwave oven maintenance"
CLEANING
Before cleaning, make sure the oven is disconnected from the power source.
(a) After use, clean the inside of the microwave oven with a damp cloth.
b) Clean the accessories in the normal way in soapy water.
c) Dirty door frame, seal and adjacent elements should be cleaned gently with a damp cloth. When cleaning the surface of the oven door, use only mild soap or detergent applied with a sponge or soft cloth.
When cleaning glass door, do not use any abrasive cleaners or sharp metal washers, as this may cause
scratches on the surface and damage the glass.
In order to clean the inner cavity: put half a lemon in a bowl, add 300 ml of water and turn on the microwave oven at 100% power for 10 minutes.
After cleaning, disconnect the microwave oven from the power and wipe the inside with a soft, dry cloth.
Manufacturer’s Declaration
The manufacturer hereby declares that this product meets the requirements of the following European
directives:
l Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC,
l Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2004/108/EC,
l Eco-design Directive 2009/125/EC,
and has been marked with the
symbol and issued with a declaration of compliance made available
to market regulators.
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WARRANTY AND AFTER-SALE SERVICES
Warranty service as stated on the warranty card
The manufacturer shall not be held liable for any damage caused by improper use of the product.
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EN
Warranty
USEFUL TIPS
Tables and the tips – baking/hot air
EN
Type
Peanut cake
Container
Cake pan
Fruit tart
Cake pan Ø 28 cm
Pandoro cake
Round dishes, e.g.
pizza with potatoes
Cake pan
Glass pan
Sponge cake
Cake pan Ø 26 cm
Jelly roll
Cherry cake
Glass pan
Glass pan
Level
Turntable
Turntable, small
round grate
Turntable
Turntable, small
round grate
Turntable, small
round grate
1
1
Temperature
170/180
Time (min)
30/35
150/160
35/45
170/190
30/45
160/180
50/70
160/170
40/45
110
170/180
35/45
35/45
Tips on baking pans
The most commonly used type of baking pans are black metal pans. However, if you
intend to use microwaves for baking, use glass, ceramic or plastic baking pans. They
must be resistant to temperatures up to 250°C. If you use this type of pans, cakes
may not brown as much.
Tips on baking cakes
Different kinds of cakes require different temperatures and baking times. First try
lower settings and then, if necessary, use higher temperatures. The lower temperature ensures even baking. Always put the pan in the middle of the turntable.
Suggestions for baking.
How to check if the cake is baked.
Insert a toothpick into the thickest part of the cake, 10 minutes before the end of baking time. If the dough does not stick to the toothpick, it means it is ready.
If the cake is very dark:
Next time select lower temperature and leave the cake in the oven longer.
When the cake is too dry
Make a few small holes in the cake with a toothpick after the end of baking. Then put
some fruit on top of the cake or sprinkle with alcohol drink. Next time increase the
temperature by 10° C and reduce the baking time.
When the cake does not come out of the baking pan after turning upside down
Let the cake rest for 5 to 10 minutes after baking, then it should come out much
easier. However, if it still does not come out, move the knife on the edges of the pan.
Next time use more fat on the baking pan.
Tips for energy saving
When baking more than one cake, it is recommended to bake them one after another when the oven is still hot. This will allow to reduce the baking time for the second
and subsequent cakes.
It is recommended to use dark, heat-resistant baking pans - painted or varnished
black - as black pans better absorb the heat.
For long baking times, you can turn off the oven for 10 minutes before the end of
baking time and use the residual heat until the end of baking.
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What kind of heat-resistant cookware should you use?
Microwave function
For the microwave function, remember that microwaves are reflected by metal surfaces. Microwaves go through glass, porcelain, clay, plastic or paper.
For this reason, metal pots, pans or containers with metal parts or ornaments cannot be used in microwave ovens. Glassware and clay pans with metal ornaments or
content (e.g. lead glass) cannot be used in microwave ovens.
An ideal material for use in a microwave oven is glass, porcelain, clay or heat-resistant plastic. Thin and fragile glass or porcelain should be used for short time only.
(e.g. warming up).
Hot food transmits heat to containers which may become very hot. Therefore, be
extremely careful and use kitchen gloves!
Grill and hot air function
For grill function, heat-resistant pans should be resistant to a temperature of at least
300°C.
Plastic pans are not suitable for use with grill function.
Microwave + grill function
For the microwave + grill function, pans must be suitable for use with both functions
- microwave and grill.
Aluminium foil and containers
Ready-to-eat food in aluminium containers or aluminium foil may be put into the microwave oven only when the following rules are respected:
• Follow the manufacturers' recommendations on each packaging.
• Aluminium containers cannot be higher than 3 cm or come into contact with the
oven walls (minimum distance of 3 cm). Each aluminium lid must be removed.
• Place the aluminium container directly on the turntable. If you use an iron rack, put
the container on a porcelain plate. Never place the container directly on an iron rack!
• The cooking time is longer, as microwaves pass through the food only from the top.
In case of any doubts, it is best to use pans suitable for use in microwave ovens.
• Aluminium foil may be used to reflect microwaves during the defrosting process.
Delicate food, for example poultry, minced meat, may be protected from overheating
by covering each edge.
• Important: aluminium foil cannot come into contact with the walls of the oven as this
may cause short circuit.
Lids
We recommend to use glass or plastic lids or foil because:
1. This may prevent excessive evaporation (mainly during very long cooking time);
2. Cooking times are shorter;
3. Food does not dry out;
4. The taste is retained.
The lid should have holes to prevent pressure build up. Plastic bags should also
be open. Baby bottles or jars with baby food, as well as similar containers can be
heated without lids/caps, otherwise they may explode.
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EN
USEFUL TIPS
INSTALL THE APPLIANCE IN A CABINET
EN
1) The appliance is designed for household use only.
2) This oven is intended for installation in a cabinet only. It is not intended to operate as a free-standing
appliance on a countertop or for use inside cabinets.
3) The cabinet cannot have a back wall. At the back of the appliance there must be sufficient gap to allow
the air flow
4) The rear edge of the base/installation shelf must be mounted at least 100 mm from the wall (there must
be a gap behind the appliance)
5) The cabinet must have a vent at the front of at least 250cm2.
Notes:
- Vents and air-flow gap cannot be covered.
- The correct operation of the appliance is guaranteed by proper installation in the cabinet.
- The cabinets must be made of materials resistant to high temperatures (up to 90OC).
- The appliance is equipped with a plug and may be connected only to a properly installed wall outlet
with a protective earthing, the plug must be easily accessible after the appliance is properly installed.
- Mains voltage must correspond to the voltage indicated on the nameplate.
- the use of adapters, splitters or extension cords is not allowed. Overloading may cause fire.
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Carefully place the appliance in the cavity, ensure that it is at equal distance from the side walls of the
cabinet.
Open the door of the appliance and fix it with screws supplied with the appliance.
Ensure that the power cord is not squashed by the cabinet parts
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EN
INSTALL THE APPLIANCE IN A CABINET
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SE-135 62 Tyresö
Tel.: 040 38 08 40
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PL 4640
FI-00002 Helsinki
Tel.: 020 7756 350
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DK-6000 Kolding
+45 73 20 10 00
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(10.2015)
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