BCD1020SS 100 cm / BCD920SS 90 cm Twin cavity dual fuel cooker

BCD1020SS 100 cm / BCD920SS 90 cm Twin cavity dual fuel cooker
BCD1020SS
100 cm / BCD920SS 90
cm Twin cavity dual fuel
cooker
y
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User Manual for your Baumatic
BCD1020SS 100 cm
BCD920SS 90 cm
Twin cavity dual fuel
cooker with gas hob
NOTE: This User Instruction Manual contains important
information, including safety & installation points, which will
enable you to get the most out of your appliance. Please keep it
in a safe place so that it is easily available for future reference; for
you or any person not familiar with the operation of the appliance.
GS 12/10/10
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Contents
Environmental note
Important safety information
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5–9
Specifications
Dimensions
Specifications
Electrical details
Gas details
Control panel
Oven timer
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Setting and using the oven programmer/timer
Setting the time of day
Setting the minute minder function
Setting the duration function
Setting the end cook function
Setting the start and end time function
Returning to manual operation mode
The buzzer
Changing or cancelling a programmed function
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Using the hob top
Hob surface layout
Before first use
Lighting a burner
Optimum use of the burners
Hob guidelines
Using the oven
Before first use
Using the main oven
Cooking functions
Using the secondary oven
Cooking guidelines
Warnings
Cooking tips
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Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning the gas hob top
After each use
Cleaning the burners
Cleaning the oven
Replacing the oven bulb
Removing the oven door for cleaning
Removing the inner door glass for cleaning
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Installation
Positioning
Ventilation
Securing the back-guard
Fitting the safety chain and hook
Electrical connection
Connecting the main supply cable
Gas connection
Gas conversion to LPG
My appliance isn’t working correctly
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Contact details
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Environmental note
o The packaging materials that Baumatic uses are environmentally
friendly and can be recycled.
o Please discard all packaging material with due regard for the
environment.
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Important safety information
Your safety is of the utmost importance to Baumatic.
Please make sure that you read this instruction booklet
before attempting to install or use the appliance. If you
are unsure of any of the information contained in this
booklet, please contact the Baumatic Advice Line.
General Information
o This appliance is designed for domestic household use and for
the cooking of domestic foodstuffs.
o IMPORTANT: The adjacent furniture and all materials used in
the installation must be able to withstand a minimum
temperature of 85°C above the ambient temperature of the
room it is located in, whilst in use.
o Certain types of vinyl or laminate kitchen furniture are
particularly prone to heat damage or discolouration at
temperatures below the guidelines given above.
o Any damage caused by the appliance being installed in
contravention of this temperature limit, or by placing adjacent
cabinet materials closer than 25 mm to the appliance, will be
the liability of the owner.
o IMPORTANT: Baumatic Ltd. DO NOT recommend that this
appliance is installed on any type of marine vessel.
o The use of this appliance for any other purpose or in any other
environment without the express agreement of Baumatic Ltd.
will invalidate any warranty or liability claim.
o Your new appliance is guaranteed against electrical or
mechanical defects, subject to certain exclusions that are noted
in Baumatic’s Conditions Of Guarantee. The foregoing does not
affect your statutory rights.
o Repairs may only be carried out by Baumatic service
engineers or their authorised service agents.
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Warning and safety instructions
o This appliance complies with all current European safety
legislation. Baumatic do wish to emphasise that this compliance
does not remove the fact that the appliance surfaces will
become hot during use and retain heat after operation.
Child Safety
o Baumatic strongly recommend that babies and young children
are prevented from being near to the appliance and not allowed
to touch the appliance at any time. During and after use, all
surfaces will become hot.
o If it is necessary for younger family members to be in the
kitchen, please ensure that they are kept under close supervision
at all times.
General Safety
Make sure that you understand the controls before using the
appliance.
Check that all of the controls on the appliance are turned off
after use.
Always stand back when opening the oven door, this will allow
heat to disperse.
Take care when removing items from the oven, as the contents
may be hot.
Always keep the oven doors closed when the oven is not in use.
Always follow the basic principles of food handling and hygiene;
this will prevent the possibility of bacterial growth.
Always keep ventilation slots clear of obstructions.
Keep fingers away from the hinge areas when closing the door,
otherwise you may trap them.
Oven gloves should be used when placing food in the oven cavity
and when removing it. Care should be taken to avoid direct
contact with any of the elements in the appliance.
o DO NOT LEAVE THE APPLIANCE UNATTENDED WHILST IN
USE.
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o Do not place heavy objects on the oven door or lean on the
oven door when it is open, as this can cause damage to the oven
door hinges. Nobody should be allowed to sit or stand on any
part of the cooker.
o Do not store chemicals, food stuffs, pressurised containers in or
on the cooker or in cabinets immediately above or next to the
cooker.
o Do not heat up unopened food containers, as pressure can build
up which may cause the container to burst.
o Do not place flammable or plastic items on or near the hob
burners, these types of materials should also not be placed in
the oven or the compartment below the oven.
o Do not leave heated oil or fat unattended, as this is a fire risk.
You should not fill a deep fat frying pan more than one third full
of fat or oil; you should also not use a lid.
o Do not allow fat or oil to build up in the oven trays, grill pan or
oven base.
o Do not place pans or baking trays directly on the base of the
oven cavity, or line it with aluminium foil.
o Do not grill food containing fat without using a grill trivet. The
grill trivet should never be covered with aluminium foil.
o Do not place hot parts in water, leave them to cool first.
o Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, saltwater, lemon, tomato
juice or any liquid with high sugar content to remain in contact
with the enamel parts of the appliance. Spillages should be
wiped up immediately.
o Do not allow electrical fittings or cables to come into contact
with areas on the appliance that get hot.
o Do not use the appliance to heat the room it is located in or to
dry clothing. No clothing should be placed over or near to the
hob burners or oven door.
o Do not install the appliance next to curtains or soft furnishings.
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o Do not attempt to lift or move cooking appliances by using the
oven door or handle, as this may cause damage to the appliance
or result in injury to the person lifting the appliance.
Cleaning
o Cleaning of the oven should be carried out on a regular basis.
o Great care should be taken whilst using this appliance and when
following the cleaning procedure.
o IMPORTANT: The appliance must be disconnected from the
mains before following the cleaning procedure.
o IMPORTANT: Care must be taken when cleaning between
the door glasses, and inside the inner frame as some of
the edges maybe sharp due to the manufacturing process.
Installation
This appliance must be correctly installed by a
suitably qualified person, strictly in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions. Please see
the specific section of this booklet that refers to
installation.
o Baumatic Ltd. declines any responsibility for injury or
damage, to person or property, as a result of improper
use or installation of this appliance.
o Heat, steam and moisture will be created during use of the
appliance, take care to avoid injury and ensure that the room is
adequately ventilated. If the appliance is going to be used for
prolonged periods of time, then additional ventilation may be
required.
o Please consult with your qualified installer if you are in any doubt
about the amount of ventilation that you will require.
Declaration of conformity
This appliance complies with the following European Directives:
2006/95/EC regarding “low voltage”
2004/108/EC regarding “electromagnetic disturbances”
-89/109/EEC regarding “materials in contact with food”.
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o The above directives comply with 93/68/EEC regarding CE
marking.
o The manufacturer declares that the oven is built using certified
materials and requires the appliance to be installed in
accordance with the standards currently in force. This appliance
must be used by a trained person for domestic purposes only.
Specifications
BCD1020SS
BCD920SS
h= 900 mm
H = 970 - 980 mm
W = 1000 mm
D = 600 mm
h= 760 mm
H = 945 - 1000 mm
W = 900 mm
D = 600 mm
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Product specifications:
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5 zone gas hob:
1 x 3.80 kW triple crown wok burner
1 x 3.00 kW rapid burner
2 x 1.80 kW semi-rapid burners
1 x 1.00 kW auxiliary burner
o Flame failure safety device on each burner
o Automatic ignition
o Heavy duty cast iron pan stands
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Left
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Energy efficiency class: A/A
LED full programmer
Cooling fan
Oven lights
Thermostatically controlled grill (main oven)
Fixed grill (secondary oven)
Double-glazed removable “cool touch” doors
Removable full inner glasses
Wipe Clean enamelled cavities
Adjustable feet
oven: Multifunction oven
6 functions
Net oven capacity: 50 litres
Gross oven capacity: 64 litres
Right oven: Static oven with grill
o 3 functions
o Net oven capacity: 35 litres
o Gross oven capacity: 43.5 litres
Standard accessories:
o Trivet
o WipeClean enamelled baking tray with handle
o WipeClean enamelled baking tray
o 3 x Safety shelves
o Removable side racks
o LPG conversion jets
o Wok stand
Optional extras:
o BPS2 Pizza Stone
o BT2GRID Griddle Plate With Handles
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Electrical details
Rated Voltage:
Supply Connection:
Max Rated Inputs:
Mains Supply Lead:
Oven Light Bulb:
220 - 240 Vac 50 Hz
20 A (double pole switched fused
outlet with 3mm contact gap)
3.25 kW
3 core x 1.5 mm² (not supplied)
E14 15 W/300°C screw type pygmy
Gas details
Gas Connection Type:
Gas Type (Natural Gas):
1/2” BSP
20 mbar
For future reference please record the following information which can
be found on the rating plate and the date of purchase which can be
found on your sales invoice. The rating plate for your oven can be
located by opening the door of the storage compartment.
Model Number
……………………………….
Serial Number
……………………………….
Date of Purchase
……………………………….
Control Panel
Cooking zone selection dial
o Turn the relevant dial anticlockwise to select a power level for a
chosen burner.
0 = Burner OFF position
– Low temperature
– High temperature
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Thermostat control knob (main oven)
o Use this control knob to control the
temperature in the oven.
Oven function control knob
o Use this control knob to select a
function for the main oven.
Thermostat control knob (secondary oven)
o Turn this control dial to the grill
symbol to turn on the fixed grill
function.
o Turn the control knob to the
light icon to switch the oven
light
on
and
begin
the
conventional oven function. You
can then proceed to set the
oven temperature.
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Oven timer
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2
3
5
4
6
1) Minute minder button
2) Cooking time selection button
3) End of cooking time selection button
4) Manual operation mode button
5) Timer minus button
6) Timer plus button
D = Digital display
Setting and using the oven programmer/timer
Setting the time of day
After switching on your oven for the first time you should also
set the time of day.
o After connecting the appliance to the electricity supply, or after a
power cut, “AUTO” and “0.00” will flash simultaneously on the
digital display.
o Press the cooking time selection button (2) and the end of
cooking time selection button (3) simultaneously.
o Set the current time using the timer minus (5) and timer plus
(6) buttons. Once the desired time has been chosen, the “AUTO”
symbol will turn off and the cooking time selection icon (2) will
turn on. This indicates the oven is in manual operation mode.
Setting the minute minder function (main and secondary oven)
You are able to set the minute minder at any time, regardless
of whether an oven function has been selected. You can set a
period of time using the minute minder function and an alarm
will sound when this period of time has elapsed.
o Press the minute minder button (1) to set a countdown time.
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o Use the timer minus (5) and timer plus (6) buttons to set the
required length of time. You can programme any time between
0.01 min – 0.59 min.
o The minute minder symbol (1) will turn on and the countdown
will begin automatically after a time is set.
o At the end of the set time, a buzzer will sound and the minute
minder icon will go off.
o Important: The oven will continue to heat once the alarm has
been silenced. If you have finished cooking, then you should turn
the thermostat control knob to 0.
Setting the duration cooking function
This function will allow you to set a countdown time similar to
the minute minder function. However the oven will no longer
continue to heat, once the countdown period has elapsed.
o Press the cooking time selection button (2) and use the timer
minus (5) and timer plus (6) buttons to set the length of
cooking time you require. You can set a time between 0.01 min
– 23.59 min.
o The “AUTO” and cooking symbols will turn on and remain lit for
the time the function is operating.
o At the end of the set time, the cooking time selection icon (2)
will turn off and the “AUTO” symbol will flash. A buzzer will
sound to indicate the end of the cooking time.
Setting the end cook function
This function is similar to the duration function, however
instead of selecting a period of time that you wish the oven to
switch off after. You select the time of day that you wish the
oven to switch off at.
o Press the end of cooking time selection button (3) and use the
timer minus (5) and timer plus (6) buttons to set the time of
day you wish the function to switch off. You can set a time of
day between 0:01 – 23:59 hrs.
o The “AUTO” and cooking symbols will turn on and stay on while
the function is in progress.
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o When the programmed time of day is reached, the cooking time
selection icon (2) will turn off and the “AUTO” symbol will flash.
A buzzer will also sound to indicate the end of cooking time.
Setting the start and end time function
This function will allow you to set a time in the future that the
oven switches on at and a time that the oven will switch off at.
o First programme a cooking time using the steps outlined in
the ‘Setting the duration cooking function’ section above.
Both the “AUTO” and cooking time selection symbol (2) will
turn on.
o Then programme an end of cooking time using the steps
outlined in the ‘Setting the end cook function’ section above.
The cooking time selection symbol (2) will turn off.
o The cooking time selection symbol (2) will turn on again at
the desired oven start time. At the end of the cooking time,
the symbol will turn off and the “AUTO” icon will flash. A
buzzer will also sound to indicate the set time has been
reached.
Returning to manual operation mode
o You can only return to the manual operation mode when any
automatic timer function has finished or been cancelled.
o To return to manual operation mode, press the manual operation
mode button (4). The “AUTO” icon will disappear and the
cooking symbol (2) will turn on.
The buzzer
o The buzzer will go off at the end of a programme or at the end of
the minute minder function. The alarm will last approximately
seven minutes before automatically turning off.
o The buzzer can be stopped by pressing any of the function
buttons.
Changing or cancelling a programmed function
o An automatic function programming error will occur if the time
shown on the clock is between the cooking start time and the
cooking end time. This error will be signalled immediately by a
buzzer and the “AUTO” symbol will flash.
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o A setting error can be corrected by altering the duration or end
of cooking time.
o Any programme that has been set can be corrected at any time
by pressing the corresponding programming button and the
timer plus (6) and timer minus (5) buttons.
o To cancel a programme, change the time set to “0.00”. If a
programmed time is cancelled, the end of cooking function is
cancelled too and visa versa.
o The oven will turn off automatically and the “AUTO” symbol will
flash. Press the manual operation mode button (4) to return to
manual operation mode.
The time of day cannot be corrected when an automatic timer
function is in progress.
Using the hob top
Hob surface layout
1)
2)
3)
4)
3.80
3.00
1.80
1.00
kW
kW
kW
kW
triple crown (wok) burner
rapid burner
semi-rapid burner
auxiliary burner
Before first use
IMPORTANT: You should clean the hob surface (see
“Cleaning and maintenance” section).
o You should switch on one cooking zone at a time, for 5 minutes
at the maximum setting. This will help to eliminate any new
smell that exists and evaporate any humidity that has formed on
the heating elements during transit.
o Do not burn off more than one zone at once.
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o You must place a saucepan filled half full with cold water on
each zone as you burn it off.
Lighting a burner
o Press the relevant burner dial and rotate anticlockwise to the
large flame icon. Release the dial and the burner will
automatically ignite.
o Matches can also be used to light the burner during a power cut.
Simply follow the previous step but place a lit match to the
burner as you press the dial. Once lit, keep the dial pressed for
about ten seconds.
WARNING: Extra care should be taken when lighting a burner
with matches. There is a risk of burning as the cooking zone
ignites so take necessary precautions.
Optimum use of the burners
o In order to achieve maximum results with the minimum
consumption of gas, it is important to adjust the flame according
to your needs and to use the appropriate size pans (see table
below).
o When the contents of a pan begin to boil it is recommended that
you adjust the dial to the small flame position.
o Always place a lid on the pan in use.
Burner
Diameter of pan (cm)
Triple crown
22 – 24
Rapid
20 – 22
Semi-rapid
16 – 18
Auxiliary
12 - 14
o Always remember to turn the control knob to OFF when cooking
is completed.
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o The appliance is equipped with pan supports (1), on which the
wok support (2) must be placed. To ensure stability, position the
notch (A) of the wok support on the pan support fingers as
indicated in the diagram above.
Hob guidelines
o The first few times the hob top is used, it may give off an acrid,
burning smell. This smell will disappear completely with repeated
use.
o The worktop is fitted with cooking areas of different diameter
and power.
o The positions where the heat will radiate from are clearly marked
on the hob top. The saucepans must be positioned exactly on
these zones for efficient heating to occur. Pans should have the
same diameter as the cooking zone that they are being used on.
o You should not use saucepans with rough bottoms, as this can
scratch the surface.
o Before use, make sure that the bottoms of the saucepans are
clean and dry.
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o When cold, the bottom of the pans should be slightly concave, as
they expand when hot and lie flat on the surface of the hob. This
will allow the heat to transfer more easily.
o The best thickness for the bottom of the pans is 2 – 3 mm of
enamelled steel and 4 – 6 mm for stainless steel with sandwich
type bottoms.
o If these rules are not followed, then there will be a great loss of
heat and energy. Heat not absorbed by the saucepan, will spread
to the hob, frame and surrounding cabinets.
o Preferably cover pans with a lid to permit cooking at a lower
heat.
o Always cook vegetables and potatoes, etc. in as little water as
possible to reduce cooking times.
o Food or liquid that has a high sugar content may damage the
hob top if it comes into contact with the hob surface. Any
spillages should be wiped up immediately, however this may not
prevent the hob surface from becoming damaged.
o IMPORTANT: The hob surface is tough; however it is not
unbreakable and can be damaged. Especially if pointed or hard
objects are allowed to fall on it with some force.
o DO NOT USE THE HOB IF THE SURFACE BECOMES BROKEN
OR CRACKED. YOU SHOULD CONTACT THE BAUMATIC
SERVICE DEPARTMENT IMMEDIATELY.
Using the oven
Before first use
o To remove any residue from the oven that may have been left
from the manufacturing process, you should select either the
main or grill oven function and turn the thermostat dial to its
maximum temperature setting.
o It is perfectly normal for a smell to be produced during this
process.
o You should make sure that any windows in the room are left
open during this process.
o It is advisable for you not to remain in the room whilst the
burning off process is taking place.
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o You should leave each oven on maximum setting for 30 – 40
minutes.
o IMPORTANT: You
simultaneously.
should
not
burn
off
both
ovens
o After both cavities have cooled, they should then be cleaned with
warm soapy water, using either a sponge or soft cloth. No
abrasive cleaners should be used.
o Outer parts of the oven should be cleaned with warm soapy
water, using either a sponge or soft cloth. No abrasive cleaners
should be used.
o We would recommend that an appropriate stainless steel cleaner
and polish is regularly used on the stainless steel surfaces of this
appliance.
Using the main oven
You can rotate this dial in either
direction to select an oven function for
the main oven.
The oven temperature control knob
should be turned clockwise to select the
oven temperature.
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There are six cooking functions available on your appliance:
DEFROST MODE: The fan runs without heat to reduce the
defrosting time of frozen foods. The time required to defrost
the food will depend on the room temperature, the quantity
and type of food. Always check food packaging for the defrosting
instructions.
FAN OVEN: This method of cooking uses the top and
bottom heating elements with the fan. This results in the
heat being evenly distributed in the cavity to cook food
simultaneously on different shelves and also prevents the transmission
of smells and tastes from one dish to another.
CONVENTIONAL OVEN: This method of cooking provides
traditional cooking, with heat from the top and lower
elements. This function is suitable for roasting and baking on
one shelf only.
GRILL WITH FAN: This cooking method uses the top
element in conjunction with the fan, to help give a fast
circulation of heat. Suitable where quick browning is required
and “sealing” the juices in, such as with steaks, hamburgers, some
vegetables etc.
CENTRE GRILL: This cooking method is normal grilling,
utilising the inner part only of the top element, which directs
heat downwards onto the food. Suitable for grilling small
portions of bacon, toast, meat etc.
LIGHT CONTROL: Turn the control knob to this icon to turn
the oven light on and off.
Using the secondary oven
o The control knob should be
turned clockwise to select the
fixed grill function.
o You can also turn the dial to
the light icon which will turn on
the oven light and switch on
the conventional oven function
too. You can then proceed to
set the oven temperature.
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IMPORTANT: The grill door must be closed when using the grill
function.
CONVENTIONAL OVEN: This method of cooking provides
traditional cooking, with heat from the top and lower
elements. This function is suitable for roasting and baking on
one shelf only.
FULL GRILL: This method of cooking utilises the inner and
outer parts of the top element, which directs heat
downwards onto the food. This function is suitable for grilling medium
or large portions of sausages, bacon, steaks, fish etc.
REMEMBER: When using any of the grill functions, it is
important to place a drip pan at the base of the oven cavity to
collect any juices which may drip down (see image below).
The oven walls of the two cavities are fitted with various guide bars on
which you can place an oven shelf or a drip tray (see image below).
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Cooking guidelines
o Please refer to the information given on food packaging for
guidance on cooking temperatures and times. Once familiar with
the performance of your appliance, temperatures and times can
be varied to suit personal preference.
o Make sure that frozen foods are thoroughly thawed before
cooking, unless the instructions on the food packaging advise
that you can “cook from frozen”.
o You should pre-heat the oven and not place food inside of it is
properly heated.
o Before cooking, check that any unused accessories are removed
from the oven.
o Place cooking trays in the centre of the oven and leave gaps
between the trays to allow air to circulate.
o Try to open the door as little as possible to view the dishes.
Warnings
o Keep the oven door closed when using either the grill or oven
functions.
o During cooking, never place pans or cookware directly onto the
bottom of the oven. They should always be placed on the shelves
provided.
o The grill heating element becomes extremely hot during
operation, avoid touching it inadvertently when handling the
food which you are grilling.
o Important: Be careful when opening the door, to avoid contact
with hot parts and steam.
o IMPORTANT: In case of fire, close the main valve of the gas
supply and switch off the electricity supply to the appliance.
NEVER pour water onto burning oil.
For general cooking guides for each of the ovens, please see the tables
on the following page.
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Cooking tips
Cooking guide for the main oven
Multifunction oven:
FOODS
WEIGHT
(kg)
Meat Loafs
Roasted
1
veal
Roast beef
1
Roasted
1
pork
Roasted
1
lamb
Game
Roast hare
1
Roast
1
pheasant
Roast
1
partridge
Poultry
Roasted
1–2
chicken
Roasted
1–2
turkey
Roasted
2-3
duckling
Fish
Roasted
1
whole fish
Sea bass
1
Baked pasta
Lasagne
2.5
Cannelloni
2.5
Pizza
1
Bread
1
Patisserie
Biscuits
N/A
(general)
Shortcrust
N/A
pastry
Cakes / Flans
Angel cake
0.8
/ sponge
Fruit cake
0.8
Chocolate
0.8
cake
Victoria
0.8
sponge
Position
of the
oven
shelf
from
the
bottom
Conventional
Oven
Temperature
(°C)
Conventional
Oven
Cooking /
Baking Time
(mins)
Conventional
Oven + Fan
Temperature
(°C)
Conventional
Oven + Fan
Cooking /
Baking Time
(mins)
1–2
200 - 225
100 – 120
190
100 – 120
1–2
1–2
200 – 225
200 – 225
40 – 50
100 – 120
190
190
40 – 50
100 – 120
1-2
200 - 225
100 - 120
190
100 - 120
1–2
1–2
225 – MAX
225 – MAX
50 – 60
60 – 70
225 – MAX
225 – MAX
50
60
1-2
225 - MAX
50 - 60
225 – MAX
50
1–2
200 – 225
80 – 90
190
70 – 80
1–2
200 – 225
100 – 120
190
90 – 110
1-2
200 - 225
90 - 110
190
80 - 100
2
200
30 – 35
170 – 190
25 – 30
2
175
20 - 25
160 - 170
15 - 20
2
2
2
2
210 – 225
210 - 225
225 - MAX
225 - MAX
60 – 75
60 - 75
25 - 30
20 - 25
225 – MAX
225 - MAX
225 - MAX
220
30 – 40
30 - 40
20 - 25
20
2
190
15
170- 190
15
2
200
20
190 - 200
20
2
190
52
170 – 190
45
2
2
200
200
65
45
190 – 200
190 - 200
65
45
2
200
40 - 45
190 - 200
40 - 45
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The information in this table is approximate and may vary
according to individual needs.
Grilling in main oven:
FOODS
Meat
T-Bone
steak
Steak
Chicken
(cut in
half)
Fish
Trout
Sea bass
Sole
Bread
Toast
Conventional Oven
Temperature Grilling Grilling
(°C)
time
time
1st side 2nd
(mins) side
(mins)
Conventional Oven + Fan
Temperature Grilling Grilling
(°C)
time
time
1st side 2nd side
(mins)
(mins)
WEIGHT
(kg)
Position
of the
oven
shelf
from
the
bottom
0.50
3
225 – MAX
15
15
200
10
10
0.15
1
3
2-3
225 – MAX
225 - MAX
5
25
5
25
200
200
5
18
5
18
0.42
0.40
0.20
3
3
3
225 – MAX
225 – MAX
225 - MAX
18
15
10
18
15
10
200
200
200
10
10 – 12
8-9
10
10 – 12
8-9
N/A
3-4
225 - MAX
2-3
2-3
200
2-3
2-3
The information in this table is approximate and may vary
according to individual needs.
Cooking guide for the secondary oven
Conventional oven:
FOODS
Meat Loaf
Roasted veal
Roast beef
Roasted pork
Roasted lamb
Game
Roast hare
Roast
pheasant
Roast
partridge
Poultry
Roasted
chicken
Roasted
turkey
Roasted
WEIGHT
(KG)
Position of the oven
shelf from the
bottom
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking /
Baking Time
(mins)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
220
200 – 225
200
200 - 225
80
40 – 50
80
100 – 120
1
1
1–2
1–2
225 – MAX
225 – MAX
50 – 60
60 – 70
1
1-2
225 - MAX
50 - 60
1
1–2
200 – 225
80 – 90
1
1–2
200 – 225
100 – 120
1
1-2
200 - 225
90 - 110
25
duckling
Fish
Roasted
whole fish
Sea bass
Baked pasta
Lasagne
Cannelloni
Pizza
Bread
Patisserie
Biscuits
(general)
Shortcrust
pastry
Cakes / Flans
Angel cake /
sponge
Fruit cake
Chocolate
cake
Victoria
sponge
1
1–2
200
30 – 35
1
1-2
175
20 – 25
2.5
2.5
1
1
1–2
1-2
2
2
210 – 225
210 - 225
MAX
MAX
60 – 75
60 - 75
20 - 22
20 - 25
N/A
2
190
20
N/A
2
200
20
0.8
1
190
50
0.8
0.8
1–2
1-2
200
200
65
45
0.8
2
200
40 - 45
The information in this table is approximate and may vary
according to individual needs.
Grilling in secondary oven
FOODS
Meat
T-Bone steak
Steak
Chicken (cut in
half)
Fish
Trout
Sole
Bread
Toast
Cooking / Baking
time (mins)
1st side
2nd side
WEIGHT
(kg)
Position of the oven shelf
from the bottom
0.50
0.15
1
3
3
2-3
12
5
25
12
5
25
0.42
0.20
3
3
10
10
10
10
N/A
3
3
3
The information in this table is approximate and may vary
according to individual needs.
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Cooking tips for cakes and bread
o Heat the oven for at least 15 minutes before you start cooking
bread or cakes.
o Do not open the door during baking because the cold air will stop
the yeast from rising.
o When the cake is cooked turn the oven off and leave it in for
about 10 minutes.
o Do not use the enamelled baking tray or drip pan to cook cakes
in.
o To test if a cake is cooked, about 5 minutes before the end of
cooking time, put a cake tester or skewer in the highest part of
the cake. If it comes out clean, the cake is cooked.
o If the cake sinks, next time use less liquid or lower the
temperature by 10°C.
o If the cake is too dry, make some tiny holes with a toothpick and
pour some drops of fruit juice or spirits on it. The next time,
increase the temperature by 10°C and set a shorter cooking
time.
o If the cake is too dark on top next time put the cake on a lower
shelf and cook it at a lower temperature for longer.
o If the top of the cake is burnt, cut off the burnt layer and cover
with sugar or decorate with cream, jam and confectioner’s
cream.
o If the cake is too dark underneath next time place it on a higher
shelf and cook it at a lower temperature.
o If the cake or bread is cooked nicely outside but is still uncooked
inside, next time use less liquid and cook at a lower temperature
for longer.
o If the cake will not come out of the tin, slide a knife around the
edges, place a damp cloth over the cake and turn the tin upside
down. Next time, grease the tin well and sprinkle with flour or
bread crumbs.
o If the biscuits will not come away from the baking tray, put the
tray back in the oven for a while and lift the biscuits up before
they cool. The next time use a sheet of baking parchment to
prevent this happening again.
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Cooking tips for meat
o If, when cooking meat, the time needed is more than 40
minutes, turn the oven off 10 minutes before the end of cooking
time to exploit the residual heat and save energy.
o Your roast will be juicer if cooked in a closed pan. It will be
crispier if cooked without a lid.
o Normally white meat, poultry
temperatures (less than 200°C).
and
fish
need
medium
o To cook “rare” red meats, high temperatures (over 200°C) and
short cooking times are needed.
o For a tasty roast, lard and spice the meat.
o If your roast is tough, next time leave the meat to ripen longer.
o If your roast is too dark on top or underneath, next time put it
on a higher or lower shelf, lower the temperature and cook for
longer.
o If your roast is undercooked, cut it in slices and arrange the
slices on a baking tray with gravy and finish cooking it.
Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning operations must only be carried out
when the oven is cool.
The appliance should be disconnected from your
mains supply before commencing any cleaning
process.
o The oven should be thoroughly cleaned before it is operated for
the first time and after each use. This will avoid residual food
stuffs becoming baked on the oven cavity. After residues have
been baked on several times, they are far more difficult to
remove.
o Never clean the oven surfaces by steam cleaning.
o The oven cavity should only be cleaned with warm soapy water,
using either a sponge or soft cloth. No abrasive cleaners should
be used.
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o Any stains that may appear on the bottom of the oven will have
originated from food splashes or spilt food, these splashes occur
during the cooking process. These could possibly be a result of
the food being cooked at an excessively high temperature or
being placed in cookware that is too small.
o You should select a cooking temperature that is appropriate for
the food that you are cooking. You should also ensure that the
food is placed in an adequately sized dish and that you use the
enamelled baking tray where appropriate.
o Outer parts of the oven should only be cleaned with warm soapy
water, using either a sponge or soft cloth. No abrasive cleaners
should be used.
o We would recommend that an appropriate stainless steel cleaner
and polish is regularly used on the stainless steel surfaces of this
appliance.
o If you use any form of oven cleaner on your appliance, then you
must check with the manufacturer of the cleaner that it is
suitable for use on your appliance.
o Any damage that is caused to the appliance by a cleaning
product will not be fixed by Baumatic free of charge, even
if the appliance is within the guarantee period.
Cleaning the gas hob top
o Remove the dirty pan supports from the hob and place in warm
soapy water for some time. Then wash and dry before replacing.
After each use
o Wipe the appliance over with a damp cloth and a little washing
up liquid.
o Dry the appliance by rubbing the surface with a clean cloth.
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Cleaning the burners
o Gas burners should be cleaned regularly and after each spillage
to remove cooking residues and dirt.
o To clean the burners,
remove the caps and rings
and place them separately in
warm soapy water. After
cleaning them, check that
the burner ports are clear.
o The body near the nozzle
should always be clean. Dirt
accumulating around the
nozzle may clog it, as a
result of which the burner
will not light or will light only
with a small flame. To clean
the nozzle use a brush
soaked in solvent.
o Dry all the elements of the burner carefully as wet elements may
not light properly. Assemble the clean and dry burners carrying
out the disassembly steps in reverse order.
Cleaning the oven
o The oven compartment is coated with vitreous enamel. To clean
particularly difficult burnt spots a special oven cleaning agent
may be used. However, as these agents are caustic, be careful
when using them and follow the manufacturer’s guidelines.
Warning: Do not steam pressure clean the oven.
Always wait until the oven cools down before cleaning.
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Replacing the oven bulb
IMPORTANT: The oven must be disconnected from
your mains supply before you attempt to either
remove or replace the oven bulb.
o Draw out the side guide rails in order to provide access to the
bulb.
Flat lamps
o Remove the glass protection cap (C) from the bulb socket by
lifting it with a screwdriver placed between the cap and the oven
wall.
o Replace the bulb (B) with a 15 W/300°C, screw type pygmy.
o Do not use any other type of bulb.
o Screw the lamp cover back into its original position.
Round lamps
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o Turn the glass protection cap (A) anti-clockwise and change the
lamp (B).
o Refit the cap by screwing it back in a clockwise direction.
Removing the oven door for cleaning
o The oven door can be removed to give easier access to the oven
when cleaning.
o Open the oven door and insert a rivet or nail (R) in the hole (F)
of the hinge (see image below).
o Partially close the door, forcing it upwards at the same time to
free the stop tooth and hinge sector.
o Once the hinge is free, pull the door forwards tilting it slightly
upwards to free the sector.
o To reassemble, proceed in the reverse order, playing attention to
the correct position of the sectors.
Removing the inner door glass for cleaning
Ensure the top cavity is cold before cleaning.
o Simply open the oven door and remove the support securing the
glass. The glass will then slide out easily.
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o To replace the glass, follow the first step in reverse.
WARNING: This procedure can be carried out with the door
fitted on the appliance but pay attention that when the glass is
pulled upwards, the force of the hinges can close the door
roughly.
o IMPORTANT: You should make sure that the door is supported
at all times and that you place the door on some padded
material whilst cleaning it.
o The oven door and door glass should only be cleaned using a
damp cloth and a small amount of detergent. The cloth MUST
NOT have come into contact with any form of cleaning product
or chemical previously.
Installation
The installation must be carried out by a suitably
qualified person, in accordance with the current
version of the following.
o UK Regulations and Safety Standards or their European
Norm Replacements.
o Building Regulations (issued by the Department of the
Environment).
o Building Standards (issued by the Scottish Development
Department).
o IEE Wiring Regulations.
o Electricity At Work Regulations.
o Gas
Safety
(Installation
and
Use)
(Amendment)
Regulations.
Positioning
The adjacent furniture and all materials used in the
installation must be able to withstand a minimum
temperature
of
85°C
above
the
ambient
temperature of the room it is located in, whilst in
use.
o Your appliance is heavy, so you should be careful when moving
or positioning it.
o Do not try to move the cooker by pulling on either the door,
handle or control panel.
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o It can also be used as freestanding, with a cabinet to one side, in
a corner setting or with its back to a wall.
o IMPORTANT: It should not be installed at the end of a run of
cabinets, if there is a cabinet at immediate right angles to the
cooker door.
o The wall behind the cooker and 450 mm above and across the
width of the cooker should be an incombustible material and
preferably an easy clean surface, such as ceramic tiles.
o Any overhanging surface or cooker hood should be at least 700
mm above the highest point on the hob top (including the
burners).
o Baumatic do not recommend that the cooker is positioned below
wall cupboards, as the heat and steam from the appliance and
what is being cooked, may damage the cupboard and its
contents.
o The cooker may be located in a kitchen, or a bedroom, but not in
a room containing a bath or shower. The cooker must not be
installed in a bedroom of less than 20m³ in size.
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o The cooker is fitted with four legs that can be adjusted to match
the height of your kitchen cabinets.
o If the cooker is not level or is unstable due to an uneven floor
surface, use the adjustable feet to alter each corner until the
cooker is level.
o To assemble them it is necessary to raise the cooker and to
screw the four legs into position, on each corner of the base of
the appliance.
o IMPORTANT: They must be screwed clockwise into position and
not just slotted into the holes on each corner. You must screw
them through the brackets that are also provided.
Ventilation
o The quantity of air necessary is that required for a regular
combustion of the gas and for the ventilation of the room.
o The natural flow of air must be direct through permanent
apertures in the walls of the room that open directly to the
outside with a minimum cross section of 100cm² (see image
below).
o These apertures must be positioned in such a way as not to be
obstructed.
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o Indirect ventilation is also allowed by taking air from adjacent
rooms to the one to be ventilated and must comply with current
standards.
o If it is impossible to use a cooker hood, a fan should be installed
in a window or an external wall. The fan should be switched on
each time the appliance is used and must comply with all
relevant standards regarding ventilation.
Securing the back-guard
o In order to attach the back-guard (A) to the appliance, you need
to loosen the screws (B) positioned on the back of the hob (see
image below).
o Fix the back-guard into place by screwing the screws back into
the hob with the back-guard placed in between.
Fitting the safety chain and hook
o To prevent the cooker from tipping forward, two lengths of chain
MUST BE fixed to the back of the oven which should be secured
to the hook provided at all times.
o The hook should be secured to the wall at the back of the
cooker. The chains should always be attached to the upper hook
when the cooker is in position against the wall.
o Attach the chain to the lower hook if the cooker is installed with
a hose assembly so that there is no strain on the hose when the
cooker is pulled forward for cleaning or maintenance.
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o Fix the upper hook into the wall immediately behind and to the
left hand side about 770 mm from the floor.
o Secure the chain to the hook before using or cleaning the oven.
o To prevent strain on the flexible hose assembly, a lower chain
and hook can be fixed approximately 100 mm up from the floor.
Electrical connection
This appliance must be installed by a qualified
person in accordance with the latest edition of the
I.E.E. Regulations and in compliance with Baumatic’s
instructions.
Before connecting the appliance, make sure that the supply voltage
marked on the rating plate corresponds with your mains supply
voltage.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
o This appliance must be wired into a 20 A double pole switched
fused spur outlet, having 3 mm contact separation and placed in
an easily accessible position adjacent to the appliance. It should
not be located above the appliance and no more than 1.25m
away from it.
o The spur outlet must still be accessible even when your oven is
located in its operating position.
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o Cable type: H05 RRF 3 core x 6 mm²
Connecting the mains supply cable
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
GREEN AND YELLOW
BLUE
BROWN
EARTH
NEUTRAL
LIVE
o Release the cover plate by removing the cover screw.
o Loosen the cable clamp.
o Feed the mains connection cable through the grommet in the
back panel and cable clamp. Connect the mains supply cable to
the terminal block on the cooker using the colour code on the
previous page.
o Secure the cable clamp. Check the cable terminals for tightness
and ensure that the terminal links are in place, then replace the
cover plate and cover screw.
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Gas connection
This appliance must be installed by a competent
person in accordance with the current versions of
the following UK (United Kingdom) or ROI (Republic
of Ireland) Regulations and Safety Standards or
their European Norm Replacements.
Important information
o This cooker is supplied to run on natural gas only and cannot
be used on any other type of gas without modification.
o Conversion for use on LPG and other gases must only be
undertaken by a qualified person. For information on the use of
other gases, please contact the Baumatic Technical Department.
o The cooker must be installed by a qualified person, in
accordance with the current edition of the Gas Safety
(Installation and Use) (Amendment) Regulations and the
relevant building/I.E.E. Regulations.
o Failure to install the appliance correctly could invalidate
Baumatic’s guarantee and lead to prosecution under the
regulations quoted above.
o In the UK, GASSAFE registered installers are authorised to
undertake the installation and service work, in compliance with
the above regulations.
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations
o It is the law that all gas appliances are installed by competent
persons in accordance with the current edition of the Gas Safety
Installation and Use Regulations.
o It is in your interest and that of safety to ensure compliance with
the law.
o In the UK, GASSAFE registered installers work to safe standards
of
practice. The cooker must also be installed in accordance with
the current edition of BS 6172. Failure to install the cooker
correctly could invalidate the warranty, liability claims and lead
to prosecution.
o IMPORTANT: It is a requirement for a stability chain to be
fitted to the appliance. Please see page 36 for more
detailed information on this.
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Gas connection
ALL INSTALLATION AND SERVICE WORK MUST BE
CARRIED OUT BY A GASSAFE REGISTERED
ENGINEER.
o Prior to installation, ensure that the gas supply conditions
(nature of the gas and gas pressure) and the adjustment
conditions are compatible. The adjustment conditions for this
appliance are stated on the rating plate which can be found on
the back cover.
o This appliance is not designed to be connected to a combustion
product evacuation device. Particular attention should be given
to the relevant requirements regarding ventilation.
o IMPORTANT: THE FIBRE WASHERS MUST BE IN PLACE
WHEN CONNECTING THE ADAPTOR ELBOW.
o Connect the short transition pipe to the elbow, inserting the
washer. Connect the brass adapter with the test point to the nut
of the transition pipe, inserting the washer. Then fix the
retention device with the screw.
o Connection to the cooker should be made with an approved
appliance flexible connection to BS 669.
o If the cooker has been converted for use with LPG, then it should
be connected to the gas supply using an appropriate bayonet
type hose. The hose MUST be suitable for use with LPG gas,
these are identifiable by a red band or stripe.
o A hose length of 0.9m to 1.25m is recommended. The length of
hose chosen should be such that when the cooker is in situ, the
hose does not touch the floor.
o Care should be taken to ensure that the temperature rise of
areas at the rear of the cooker that are likely to come in contact
with the flexible hose do not exceed 70°C.
o Gas pressure may be checked on a semi-rapid hob burner.
Remove the appropriate injector and attach a test nipple. Light
the other burners and observe that the gas pressure complies
with the gas standards in force.
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o This cooker can be connected to the supply both on the right and
left hand side at the rear of the cooker. To reverse the position,
remove the blanking plug and refit it to the opposite side to
where the hose is being connected.
Gas adjustment (Conversion to LPG for the hob top)
All work must be carried out by a GASSAFE
registered engineer.
IMPORTANT: Always isolate the cooker from the electricity
supply before changing the injectors and/or adjusting the
minimum flow of the burners.
o Remove the pan-stands, burners and flame
spreaders (A).
o Unscrew the injector (B) and replace it with
the stipulated injector for the new gas supply
(see table below).
Burner
Rapid
Semi rapid
Auxiliary
Operating
pressure gas
mbar
G30 28 Butane
30
G31 37
Propane
G20 20
Natural
G30 28 Butane
30
G31 37
Propane
G20 20
Natural
G30 28 Butane
30
G31 37
Propane
G20 20
Natural
G30 28 -
Rate
g/h
218
L/h
N/A
Diameter
injector
1/100mm
88
214
N/A
88
800
3000
N/A
286
117 - Y
800
3000
131
N/A
68
600
1800
129
N/A
68
600
1800
N/A
171
98 - Z
600
1800
73
N/A
51
400
1000
71
N/A
51
400
1000
N/A
95
75 - X
400
1000
276
N/A
98
1400
3800
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Heat Input
(W)
Min
Max
800
3000
By-Pass
1/100mm
44
34
28
Triple
Crown
Butane
G31 Propane
G20 Natural
30
37
272
N/A
98
1400
3800
20
N/A
362
135 - K
1400
3800
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o Reassemble all the burners carefully; in particular you should
make sure that the flame spreader is correctly placed on the
burner.
IMPORTANT: After changing the injectors YOU MUST follow the
minimum flow adjustment section below.
Minimum flow adjustment for hob gas taps.
All work must be carried out by a GASSAFE
registered engineer.
o Light the burner and set the knob at the
minimum position.
o Remove the knob from the tap. The
adjustment screw is beside the valve body.
o Place a small bladed screwdriver in the centre
of the tap shaft.
o Unscrew the adjusting screw, in order to increase the gas flow
or tighten the adjusting screw to decrease the gas flow.
o The correct adjustment is obtained when the flame has a
length of about 3 – 4 mm.
o For butane/propane gas, the adjusting screw must be tightly
screwed in.
o Refit the control knob.
o Make sure that the flame does not go out by quickly turning
from maximum flow to minimum flow. If it does then remove
the control knob and make further adjustments to the gas
flow, testing it again once the adjustment has been made.
o IMPORTANT: On completion carry out a gas tightness
test.
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Gas tap replacement
All work must be carried out by a GASSAFE
registered engineer.
IMPORTANT: Always isolate the cooker from the electricity
supply before changing the gas taps.
o Remove all pan supports and burner heads.
o Unscrew the burner fixing screws (A) (four for the triple crown
burner and two for all others) as shown in the diagram below:
o Pull out the knobs.
o Unscrew the six fixing screws (B) which lock the side profiles
and remove it.
o Remove the hob by unscrewing the
rear fixing screws (B) which lock the
hob at the supports (C).
o Unscrew the nuts (E) of the gas
aluminium pipes and pull out the
thermocouple quick connectors (F).
o Unscrew the screws (D) which lock the crosspieces.
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o Unscrew the screws (G) which unite
the bridles of the taps to the front
frame.
o Slip the ramp towards the back part
and unscrew the screws (D) in order
to free the taps.
o Change the seal each time a tap or a
thermostat is replaced. This will ensure perfect retention
between the tap or a thermostat and part.
o Reassemble all the parts following the same procedure but in the
reverse order.
My appliance isn’t working correctly
o The oven isn’t coming on.
* Check that the oven is in manual operation mode.
* Check that you have selected a cooking function and a cooking
temperature.
o There appears to be no power to the oven and grill.
* Check that the appliance has been connected to the electrical
mains supply correctly.
* Check that the mains fuses are in working order.
* Check that the operating instructions for setting the time of day
and putting the appliance into manual operation mode have been
followed.
o The grill function works but the main oven does not.
* Check that you have selected the correct cooking function.
o The grill and top oven element is not working, or cuts out
for long periods of time during use.
* Allow the oven to cool for approximately 2 hours. Once cool,
check whether the appliance is again working properly.
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o My food is not cooking properly
* Ensure that you are selecting the correct temperature and the
correct cooking function for the food that you are cooking. It
may be appropriate to adjust your cooking temperature to
achieve the best cooking results.
o My food is not cooking evenly
* Check that the oven has been installed correctly and is level.
* Check that the correct temperatures and shelf positions are
being used.
o The oven light is not working
* Refer the “Replacing the oven bulb” section.
o I am getting condensation in my oven
* Steam and condensation is a natural by product of cooking any
food with high water content, such as frozen food, chicken etc.
* You may get condensation in the oven cavity and forming
between the oven door glasses. This is not necessarily a sign
that the oven is not working correctly.
* Do not leave food in the oven to cool after it has been cooked
and the oven has been switched off.
* Use a covered container, where practical, when cooking to
reduce the amount of condensation that forms.
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IMPORTANT: If your appliance appears not to be
operating correctly, then you should disconnect it
from your mains supply and then contact
Baumatic Customer Care on telephone number
(0118) 933 6911.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE APPLIANCE
YOURSELF.
Please note that if an engineer is asked to attend whilst the product is
under guarantee and finds that the problem is not the result of an
appliance fault, then you may be liable for the cost of the call out
charge.
The appliance must be accessible for the engineer to perform
any necessary repair. If your appliance is installed in such a
way that an engineer is concerned that damage will be caused
to the appliance or your kitchen, then he will not complete a
repair.
This includes situations where appliances have been tiled in,
sealed in with sealant, have wooden obstructions placed in
front of the appliance, like plinths. Or any installation other
than the one specified by Baumatic Ltd. has been completed.
Please refer to the conditions of guarantee that appear on the
warranty card that you receive with the appliance.
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Czech Republic
Baumatic CR spol s.r.o.
Průmyslová zóna Sever 696
460 11 Liberec 11
Czech Republic
United Kingdom
Baumatic Ltd.,
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading, Berkshire
RG2 0QX
United Kingdom
+420 483 577 200
www.baumatic.cz
Sales Telephone
(0118) 933 6900
Sales Fax
(0118) 931 0035
Customer Care Telephone
(0118) 933 6911
Customer Care Fax
(0118) 986 9124
Spares Telephone
(01235) 437244
Advice Line Telephone
(0118) 933 6933
Slovakia
Baumatic Slovakia, s.r.o.
Galvániho 7/D
Slovakia
+421 255 640 618
Germany
Baumatic Gmbh
Lilienthalstrasse 1
320 52 Herford
Deutschland
E-mail:
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
+49 5221 694 99-0
www.baumatic.de
Italy
Baumatic Italia S.R.L.
Via Galvani N.3
35011 Campodarsego (PD)
Website:
www.baumatic.co.uk
Republic of Ireland
+3904 9920 2297
Service Telephone
1-890 812 724
www.baumatic.it
Holland
Baumatic Benelux B.V.
Grindzuigerstraat 22
1333 MS ALMERE
Nederland
Spares Telephone
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