Self-standing induction cooker

Self-standing induction cooker

Self-standing induction cooker

Dear customer!

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We sincerely thank you for your purchase. We believe you will fi nd ample evidence that you can really rely on our products soon. To make the usability of the appliance easier, we attach these comprehensive instruction manual.

The instructions should help you to get familiar with your new appliance. Please, read these carefully before using the appliance for the fi rst time.

These instructions are only valid if the country symbol is indicated on the appliance. If there is NO country symbol in the appliance, technical instructions should be observed for adapting the appliance to comply with the requirements and regulations for use in your country.

In any case, please make sure the appliance was supplied to you undamaged. Should you identify and transport damage, contact your sales representative or the regional warehouse from where the product was delivered. You will fi nd the telephone number on the receipt or delivery report. We wish you a lot of pleasure with your new household appliance.

The connection should be carried out in compliance with the instructions in the section “Instructions for installation”, and the relevant effective regulations and standards. This should only be performed by a qualifi ed technician.

The rating plate indicating the basic information on the appliance is attached to the edge of the oven and is visible when you open the oven door.

Important warnings ................................................... 44

Appliance description ............................................... 46

Glass ceramic cooking hob ...................................... 47

Operating the cooking hob ....................................... 50

The oven ..................................................................... 53

Food preparation ....................................................... 63

Cleaning and maintenance ....................................... 72

Special warnings and error reporting...................... 78

Instructions for installation and connection ........... 80

Technical characteristics .......................................... 82

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Important warnings

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• Unprofessional tampering and repairs may result in serious physical injury and damage to the appliance. The repairs may only be carried out by the service personnel or an authorized technician.

• During cooking, the overheated fat or oil on the hob may ignite. There is a risk of burning and fi re; therefore, control the cooking process at all times.

• Do not leave small children unattended when the appliance is in operation. Risk of burning and scalding!

• During operation, the oven interior gets hot. Danger of burning!

• When connecting electrical appliances to the outlets in the vicinity of the appliance, be careful not

to squeeze the power cord with the oven door.

• Do not use steam cleaners or high-pressure cleaners to clean the cooking hob, as this may result in an electric shock.

• During operation, oven door heats up. A third glass is installed for extra protection, reducing the surface temperature of the outside door (only with some models).

• Do not cover the oven interior in aluminum foil and do not place the baking trays and other containers on the oven bottom. Aluminum foil will prevent air circulation in the oven, thus impeding the cooking process, and damage the enamel coating.

• Do not use the cooking hob for room heating. Do not place empty pans on the hob.

• Do not store any fl ammable, explosive, or temperature-sensitive or volatile objects (e.g. paper, kitchen cloths, plastic bags, cleaning agents, and various sprays) in the drawer underneath the appliance, as these objects could catch fi re and cause a fi re during oven operation. Use the drawer for storing oven equipment and accessories (shallow baking tray, drip tray, etc.).

• Never place any metal objects upon the induction hotplate, such as knives, forks, spoons, pot

lids, and the like, as they may get very hot.

• After use, power off the cooking zone, or set the power level to 0 (when the pan is removed from

the cooking zone, a pan detector will deactivate the cooking zone which will, however, remain

powered).

• Do not use the glass ceramic hob if it is cracked or broken as there is a risk of electric shock. If any

visible crack appears, immediately disconnect all cooking zone switches and remove the fuse, or

trip the main fuse to completely disconnect the cooker from the power supply network. Call your

• Glass ceramic hob should not be used as a worktop as it can be damaged or scratched. Due to

the danger of melting or fi re and the resulting damage to the cooking surface, never use a glassceramic hob to warm food stored in aluminum foil or in a plastic container.

• Oven door hinges can be damaged when overloaded. Do not place heavy pans on the open door,

and do not lean against them when cleaning the oven interior. Before cleaning, remove the oven

door (see section Removing and replacing the oven door). Do not step on the open oven door or

sit on them – this applies particularly for children.

• The appliance is intended for installation directly on the fl oor, without the use of any supports.

• The appliance is manufactured in compliance with the relevant effective safety standards.

Nevertheless, we strongly recommend that persons with impaired physical, motoric, or mental

capacity, or persons with inadequate experience or knowledge, do not use the appliance unless

attended by a qualifi ed person. The same recommendation applies when the appliance is used by

persons of less-than-legal age.

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The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it should be handed over to the applicable collection point for recycling electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed correctly, you will help to prevent potential damage to the preparation environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate handling this wasted product. For more detailed information about recycling this product, please contact your local city offi ce, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

The appliance is intended for conventional preparation of food in households and should not be used for any other purpose.

Individual user options are comprehensively described in this instruction manual.

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Appliance description

1 Vapor discharge opening

2 Induction zone

3 Control panel

4 Handle of the oven door/drawer

5 Oven door

6 Cooker drawer

1. Cooking zone knob, front left

2. Cooking zone knob, rear left

3. On/off operating mode selection knob

4. Program timer

5. Oven temperature selection knob

6. Oven control light. It is on while the oven heats up, and off when the set temperature has been reached

7. Cooking zone knob, rear right

8. Cooking zone knob, front right

The appliance features a built-in cooling fan which cools the appliance housing and control panel.

When the oven is switched off, the cooling fan continues to operate for a while in order to additionally cool down the appliance.

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Glass ceramic cooking hob

1. Induction cooking zone rear left

2. Induction cooking zone rear right

3. Induction cooking zone je front left

4. Induction cooking zone je front right

5. Remaining heat display module

• The induction cooking hob features highly effective induction cooking zones. The heat is generated directly in the pan bottom, where it is needed the most; thus, any losses incurred for example during transfer of heat through a glass ceramic surface are eliminated. As a result, energy consumption is considerably lower than with conventional heaters that operate by the principle of radiation.

• Glass ceramic cooking zone is not heated directly, but only by the heat fed back from the pan bottom. After turning of a cooking zone, this heat is displayed as the “remaining heat”.

In induction cooking fi eld, the heat is provided by the induction coil installed under the glass ceramic surface. The coil sets up a magnetic fi eld which causes, or induces, vortex fl ows in the

(magnetizable) bottom of the pan; these fl ows cause the pan bottom to heat up.

If sugar or sugar-laden dish or liquid is spilt on the glass ceramic hob, wipe the hob immediately or remove the sugar using a scraper, although the cooking zone may still be hot. Thus, you will prevent any damage to the glass-ceramic surface. Do not clean a hot glass ceramic surface with detergents, as this may damage the hob.

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• Induction hobs will only work fl awlessly if appropriate cookware is used.

• During cooking, the pan should be in the middle of the cooking zone.

• Use only cookware that enables induction, e.g. steel cookware, enamel-coated cookware, or cast iron cookware.

Cookware made of alloy steel with a copper or aluminum bottom and glass cookware are not suitable.

• If using a pressure cooker, control the cooking process until a suitable pressure is reached. The cooking zone should fi rst operate at maximum power; subsequently, reduce the power to a suitable level, following the cookware manufacturer’s instructions.

You are kindly asked to be particularly careful about the

note “induction” on the cookware”.

Cooking zones

Ø 145 mm

Ø 180 mm

Ø 210 mm

Ø 260 mm

Minimum pan bottom diameter

Ø 90 mm

Ø 145 mm

Ø 170 mm

Ø 180 mm

The magnet test

You may use a small magnet to check whether the bottom of the pan or pot can be magnetized. Only use cookware with which the magnet will stick to the bottom.

Pan recognition

One of the advantages of the induction cooking hob is the pan recognition system. Even if there is no pan on the cooking zone, or if the pan placed on the zone does not have a suffi cient diameter, there are no energy losses. If the pan is considerably smaller than the cooking zone, there is a possibility that the cooking zone will not be activated at all. When a cooking zone is activated, the symbol “U” will be lit on the power level display. If a pan is placed on the induction cooking zone within the next ten minutes, the zone will perceive the pan and it will be turned on to the set power level. As soon as the pan is removed from the cooking zone, power supply to the zone will be shut off. If a pan that is smaller in diameter than the cooking zone is placed on it, and is perceived, heating will only take the amount of energy required, regardless of the pan size.

To avoid damaging the cooking zone, observe the following instructions:

• Do not place an empty pan on the cooking zone.

• Before placing a pan on the cooking zone, wipe the pan bottom dry to enable the transfer of heat and to avoid damaging the cooking zone.

• When cooking or frying, only use pans whose bottom has magnetic properties, i.e. steel, enamel-coated, or cast iron

cookware. Only in such case will the induction hob work.

The power of each cooking zone may set to nine different levels.

The following table lists the examples of use for each individual levels.

Power level Suggested use

0

The zone is switched off, making use of the remaining heat

1 - 2

3

4 - 5

6

7 - 8

9

Keeping the food warm, slow simmering of smaller quantities (minimum level)

Slow simmering (after a high-powered initial heating up)

Slow simmering (after initial heating up) of larger quantities of food, frying larger chunks

Frying, browning

Frying

Initial level for heating up at the beginning of cooking / frying, frying

A

Automatic rapid heat-up power level

• When purchasing a pan, note that the diameter indicated on the pan often refers to the diameter of the upper side, or lid, which is often larger than the pan bottom diameter.

• Pressure cookers that make use of high pressure in a tightly sealed container are particularly economical, as they save both time and power. Furthermore, shorter cooking time means more vitamins are retained in the food.

• Make sure there is always enough liquid in a pressure cooker as an empty pot on the cooking zone may result in overheating and damage to both the pot and the cooking hob.

• If possible, always cover the pots with a suitably sized lid.

• Use cookware that corresponds to the quantity of the food you are preparing. Cooking in a large, only partly fi lled pan, will consume much more energy than required.

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Operating the cooking hob

A A

• Switch on the cooking zones using the buttons on the control panel.

• The symbols next to the buttons indicate which cooking zone is controlled by a particular button.

• Power level can be set to one of the nine levels (1-9).

• Heating power is also indicated on the display on the glass ceramic cooking surface.

The display will remain active for ten seconds after turning off all cooking zones.

Child lock can be activated to prevent operation or use of the cooking zones. This way, it can be used as a safeguard mechanism to prevent children from tampering with the appliance.

Activating the child lock

• The child lock can be activated whenever either “0” or “H” is indicated on all cooking zone displays.

• Simultaneously briefl y turn and hold the buttons for the rear cooking zones one degree to the left. “L” will be indicated on the display. The child lock is now activated. Whenever any button is turned, the symbol “L” will light up on all displays.

Deactivating the child lock

Rotate one of the buttons briefl y to the right and then back to the starting positions; the symbol “L” will appear on the display.

• Now, briefl y rotate the buttons for the rear cooking fi elds by one step to the left.

The glass ceramic hob is also fi tted with a remaining / residual heat display “H”. The cooking zone may not be heated directly; however, some heat is fed back from the pan bottom. As long as the symbol “H” is lit for a particular cooking zone after it has been switched off, the residual heat can be used for keeping the food warm, or for melting.

When the “H” symbol disappears, the cooking zone may still be hot. Be careful, as there is a risk of burning.

All four cooking zones are fi tted with a special mechanism that activates the cooking zone to maximum power when it is switched on, regardless of the actual power setting. After a while,

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heating power is switched back to the actually set value (1 to 8).

When using this mechanism, only the power level must be selected that will apply after the initial rapid heat-up mechanism is deactivated.

Rapid heat-up mechanism is recommended in the following cases:

• Dishes that are cold at the beginning of cooking, and must be heated up and cooked for a longer period of time (e.g. beef stew); the heat-up mechanism will allow you to do this without constantly controlling the hob and changing the power settings.

Rapid heat-up mechanism is not recommended in the following cases:

• Food that is fried or stewed / braised, and must be turned around often, that require adding liquid or stirring;

• Dumplings or pasta with a lot of liquid;

• Dishes that must be boiled for a prolonged period of time in a pressure cooker.

Activating the rapid heat-up mechanism

There are two ways to activate the rapid heat-up mechanism:

• Turn the button all the way to the right, to the symbol “A”; then, turn it to the desired cooking level. The symbol “A” and the selected power level will be indicated intermittently on the display. When the heat-up time elapses, the cooking zone will automatically switch to the selected level which is then constantly indicated on the display.

• Briefl y turn on the cooking hob; all displays will light up. Then, rotate the button to the left to the “A” symbol, and immediately afterwards to the desired cooking level 1-8.

Selected power level

5

6

3

4

1

2

7

8

9

Duration of the automatic highpower heat-up (in seconds)

40

72

120

176

256

432

120

192

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Note

• If the power level button stays in the “0” position after the rapid heat-up mechanism has been activated, i.e. if no cooking level is selected, the heat-up mechanism will be deactivated after three seconds.

• If the pan is removed from the cooking zone, and then returned to it within ten minutes, rapid heat-up process will be resumed and completed.

Safety switch-off

Selected power level

5

6

3

4

1

2

7

8

9

Hours before automatic switch-off

0,8

2,4

3,8

5,2

6,8

2,0

2,8

3,6

0,2

Continuous operation of each cooking zone is limited; it is indicated for each power level in the table above. When the safety mechanism switches off a cooking zone, “0” or “H” (if there is some remaining heat) will be indicated on the corresponding cooking zone display. Cooking zone can then be turned off using the power settings button.

Example:

The cooking zone is set to power 6 and left to operate for a while.

If the power level is not changed within three hours, the safety mechanism will switch off the cooking zone after this time.

Overheating protection

• Each cooking zone is fi tted with a cooling fan that cools the electronic board during cooking and remains activated for some time after the cooking is completed – as long as the symbol “H” is indicated on the display.

• The induction hob is also fi tted with a built-in overheating protection that prevents damage to the electronic components.

The safety mechanism operates on several levels. When the temperature of a cooking zone rises drastically, cooking power is automatically decreased. If this does not suffi ce, the power of the hot cooking zones is further decreased, or they may even be turned off completely if required. In this case, “E2” is displayed on the hob. When the hob cools down, total power is again available.

The oven

Electronic program digital timer

• Remove all accessories from the oven and clean them with warm water and a conventional detergent. Do not use abrasive cleaning aids.

• When the oven is heated up for the fi rst time, a specifi c odor of a “new appliance” will be discharged; therefore, ventilate the room thoroughly while the oven heats up.

• Use dark, black silicon coated or enamel coated baking trays, as these transmit the heat particularly well.

• Only preheat the oven if specifi cally stated in the recipe or in the instruction tables herein.

• Heating up an empty oven consumes a lot of energy; therefore, a lot of power is saved if several types of pastry are cooked consecutively, as the oven is already heated up.

• Approximately ten minutes before the anticipated end of the cooking process, the oven may be turned off. This way, you will save some power and make use of the accumulated heat.

Sensor keys:

A Settings selection and confi rmation sensor key

B Temperature setting sensor key

C Value increase (plus) sensor key

D Value decrease (minus) sensor key

Display:

1 Oven operation duration

2 Oven operation stop time

3 Countdown alarm timer

4 Time of day

5 Child lock

6 Clock

7 Heater operation symbol

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• When the appliance is connected to the power supply or after a power failure, the word “META” or “GLAS” is fi rst displayed for a short while; then, the display fl ashes for some time. In order to enable the operation of the oven, use the (C) and (D) sensor keys to set the time of day.

• Each press / activation of a sensor key is acknowledged by a beep.

• Select the type of setting you wish to make by pressing the (A) sensor key. The selected symbol on the display fl ashes quickly, indicating the function that you can set or change. After fi ve seconds, the symbol starts fl ashing more slowly and the time set is displayed. The symbols that are lit are selected, but not currently shown on the display (6). The most recent setting made is always displayed.

• If one of the value settings sensor keys (C) or (D) is touched and kept pressed, the rate at which the value being set is changing will increase.

• In case of a power failure which lasts less than two minutes, all settings remain active.

To improve the response of the sensor keys, touch them with a larger surface of your fi nger.

• Temperature and other settings may also be set using a special knob that replaces touching the program timer sensor keys.

Setting the time of day (clock)

• Set the clock to the current time of day by pressing the settings selection sensor key (A). Then, select the symbol (4).

• Use the (C) and (D) sensor key to set the exact time of day.

• Confi rm the setting by pressing the (A) sensor key again; if the (A) key is not pressed, the setting is automatically confi rmed after a few seconds.

Setting the timer functions

In addition to setting the temperature, the electronic program timer can also be used to set the timer functions. Both settings are indicated on the same display. Require display is set by pressing the relevant sensor key (A) or (B).

The program timer can be used to program the oven operation

in three ways:

Cooking time setting - immediate start of oven operation; after a set period of time, the oven is turned off automatically.

Cooking end time setting - the time at which oven operation is to end is set.

Delayed start setting - automatic start and end of oven operation at a selected time.

Setting the cooking time

With this program mode, the duration of oven operation is set

(cooking time). Maximum setting allowed is 10 hours.

• Press the (A) sensor key to select the symbol (1). Use the (C) and

(D) sensor keys to set the duration / cooking time.

• Turn on the oven (set the selector knob and cooking temperature).

After the expiration of the set time, the oven will automatically stop operating (end of cooking time). An intermittent beep will sound, which can be stopped by pressing any key; if no key is pressed, the beep stops after one minute.

• Symbol (1) and the cooking time “0.00” on the display start to fl ash. If you wish to resume cooking, press the (A) sensor key and set a new duration if necessary.

Setting the cooking end time

This mode allows you to set the time at which the oven should stop operating. Maximum setting allowed is 10 hours relative to the current time of day.

• Make sure the current time of day is set correctly.

• Use the (A) sensor key and select the symbol (2). The current time of day is indicated on the display. Press the (C) and (D) sensor keys to set the cooking end time.

• Turn on the oven (set the selector knob and cooking temperature).

The oven starts to operate immediately and stops operation at the set time. An intermittent beep will sound, which can be stopped by pressing any key; if no key is pressed, the beep stops after one minute.

• Symbol (1) and the cooking time “0.00” on the display start to fl ash. If you wish to resume cooking, press the (A) sensor key and set a new duration if necessary.

Setting the oven delayed start

With this operation mode, two settings have to be made: cooking time (duration of oven operation) and cooking end time (tie at which the operation should stop).

Cooking end time can be delayed by a maximum of 24 hours relative to the current time of day.

• Make sure the current time of day is set correctly.

• First, set the cooking time: Press the (A) sensor key to select the symbol (1). Use the (C) and (D) sensor keys to set the duration / cooking time.

• Then, set the cooking end time: Use the (A) sensor key and select the symbol (2). (A sum of the current time of day and the oven operation time is automatically shown on the display). Press the

(C) and (D) sensor keys to set the cooking end time.

• The timer will wait for the start of the cooking – both symbols (1 and 2) are lit.

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• Turn on the oven (set the selector knob and cooking temperature).

At the corresponding time, the oven starts operating automatically

(the symbol (2) goes off upon the start of operation), and switches off when the set cooking time has elapsed. An intermittent beep will sound, which can be stopped by pressing any key; if no key is pressed, the beep stops after one minute.

• Symbol (1) and the cooking time “0.00” on the display start to fl ash. If you wish to resume cooking, press the (A) sensor key and set a new duration if necessary.

Setting the alarm timer

The clock can also be used independently of the oven operation, as an alarm timer that sounds an alarm after the expiration of a preset time.

• Use the (A) sensor key to select the symbol (3). Then, use the

(C) and (D) sensor keys to set the time before the alarm sounds.

Maximum setting allowed is 10 hours.

• When the set time has elapsed, an intermittent beep will sound, which can be stopped by pressing any key; if no key is pressed, the beep stops after one minute. The symbol (3) will go off.

The last minute of the timer countdown is displayed in second intervals.

Setting the beep volume (loudness)

The alarm volume can be set when no timer function is activated

(only current time of day is displayed).

• Press the (D) sensor key and hold it approximately three seconds; a volume indicator will appear, and the corresponding sample sound will sound. “oooo” indicates maximum volume, and “o” indicates minimum volume. Use the (D) sensor key to select among the four loudness levels.

• Confi rm the selected volume level by pressing the (A) sensor key; if the (A) sensor key is not pressed the setting will be confi rmed and stored automatically after a few seconds.

Setting the child lock

Activation: Press the (A) sensor key to select the symbol (5). Use the (B) and (C) sensor keys to activate the child lock; the display will read “ON”. Confi rm the setting by pressing the (A) sensor key.

Deactivation: Press the (C) or (D) sensor to deactivate the child lock; “OFF” is displayed.

The setting must be confi rmed by pressing the (A) sensor key.

- If the timer is locked when no timer function is set (only the current time of day is displayed), the oven will not operate and no changes to any setting will be allowed.

- If the timer is locked after one of the timer functions has been set, the oven will operate as usually; however, no changes to the settings will be possible.

Display dimmer

Between midnight and 6 AM, the display automatically lights with less intensity, if no timer function is set.

Deleting the timer settings

- All timer settings can be deleted any time by pressing the (C) and (D) sensor keys simultaneously and holding them for three seconds. The set programs are automatically interrupted and the timer switches to display of the current time of day.

- Any timer setting can also be deleted in the following way: selecting it using the (A) sensor key, then press the (B) and (C) sensor keys simultaneously. Another way to delete a setting is by setting the timer value to “0.00”.

The oven is controlled by the on/off and operation mode selection knob and the electronic program timer with temperature display.

The on/off and operation mode selection knob

Rotate the selection knob to the desired cooking mode. The operation mode and the preset temperature will appear on the timer display. The oven starts to operate.

Use the electronic program timer to set the cooking temperature and timer functions:

• As soon as the selector knob (operation mode selection knob)

is turned, the relevant cooking mode and the preset tempera-ture are displayed; the symbol “°C” will fl ash for a few seconds.

• As long as the symbol “°C” is fl ashing, the sensor keys (C) and

(D) can be used to set the required temperature in the interval from 30-99 °C, in 5°C steps. Maximum temperature is limited in some operation modes. Each time the sensor key is pressed, the temperature is changed by one step (5 °C); if the sensor key is pressed and held, the rate at which the value is changing will increase.

• Rising actual oven temperature is indicated on the display, in 5°C steps. As long as the oven temperature is less than 30°C, “---°C” will be displayed. Symbol (9) is also displayed, indicating the operation of the heaters.

• When the set temperature is reached, the symbol (9) will go off, and a short beep will sound.

• During cooking, the temperature is maintained by occasional activation of the heaters; each time this happens, the symbol (9) appears.

• Cooking temperature may be changed any time by touching the

(B) sensor key, which makes the “°C” symbol fl ash for a while, and changing the value using the sensor keys (C) and (D).

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On/off and operation mode knob.

Knob for changing several settings ('+' higher, '-' lower).

Oven lighting

The oven has one interior lighting lamp. Oven lighting can be selected independently, without selecting another function.

With all other modes of operation, the oven lighting is turned on automatically when the operation mode is selected. Example of practical use: during oven cleaning, or when you want to look inside the oven while making use of the accumulated heat towards the end of the cooking process.

Upper / lower heater

The heaters on the upper and lower post of the oven radiate heat uniformly and evenly into the oven interior. Pastry and meat can be cooked on one shelf level only.

Grill

Only the infra heater is activated (which also operates, along with the upper heater, in the Large grill mode). This mode is appropriate for grilling smaller quantities of toasted sandwiches, grill sausages, or simply for toasting bread.

Large grill

With this operation mode, the upper heater and the infra heater are activated simultaneously. The infra heater installed on the oven interior ceiling radiates heat directly. To boost the heating effect or to make optimal use of the entire area of the oven grid, the upper heater is also activated. This operation mode is appropriate for cooking smaller chunks of meat, such as steaks, roasts, chops, ribs, etc.

Grill & fan

With this operation mode, the infra heater and the fan are activated simultaneously. It is appropriate for grilling meat and large chunks of meat or poultry on one shelf level. Also appropriate for cooking food au gratin or browning.

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Hot air and lower heater

With this operation mode, the lower heater and the hot air fan operate simultaneously. This is particularly convenient for making pizza. Also ideal for moist or heavy pastry, fruit cakes made of leavened dough, short pastry, or cheesecakes.

Hot air

With this operation mode, the around heater and the fan operate simultaneously. The fan at the oven back wall causes the hot air to circulate constantly around a roast of pastry. This operation mode is appropriate for roasting meat and making pastry on several shelves simultaneously. Cooking temperature should be putted lower than the conventional operation modes.

Defrosting

With this mode, the air is circulating without any heater being turned on. Only the fan is in operating. This is used for slow defrosting or thawing of frozen food.

Lower heater and fan

With this operation mode, the lower heater and the fan operate simultaneously. Used for baking low leavened dough and preserving fruit and vegetables. Use the fi rst shelf position from the bottom and shallow rather than deep baking trays, to allow the warm air to circulate around the upper part of the dish as well.

Aqua Clean

Use this operation mode for cleaning the oven. Set the temperature selection knob / dial to 50 °C. Pour 0.6 liter of water into a baking tray and insert it into the lowermost guide. After thirty minutes, the food residues on the enamel will have softened, allowing you to wipe them with a dap cloth.

• Accessories (grid and baking tray) can be inserted into the oven at four levels.

• Please note that the shelf levels are always referred to by consecutive numbers starting from the bottom (particular shelf levels are described in the cooking tables below)

• Telescopic (pull-out or, retractable) guides are installed for the second, third, and fourth level. They are installed on the left- and right-hand side wall of the oven interior at three levels.

Telescopic pull-out guides and other parts of oven accessories will heat up! Use a kitchen glove or similar protection when handling them.

• To insert the grid or baking tray, fi rst pull out the telescopic guides of the desired level.

• Place the grid or the baking tray on the pull-out guides and push it into the oven with your hand. Close the oven door only when the telescopic guides have been fully retracted.

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The easy-clean inserts prevent the fat from spattering directly on the oven wall.

The easy-clean inserts are installed as follows:

• Remove the wire or telescopic guides (see the section

'Removing the telescopic pull-out guides').

• Pull the easy-cleaning insert onto the guide, hang them together into the appropriate openings, and pull upwards.

When installing telescopic retractable guides and the easy-clean inserts, insert the four supplied clips into the lower openings on the oven interior walls, and insert the guides into these clips.

The clips are intended to secure the guides.

The grid onto which the container with food, or the food directly, can be placed.

The baking tray is only intended for baking pastry and cakes and it can serve as a drip tray.

The grease fi lter installed at the back oven interior wall protects the fan, round heater, and the oven from impurity, particularly spattering grease. When cooking meat, we recommend using the grease fi lter. When baking pastry, always remove the fi lter! If the fi lter is installed when baking pastry or cakes, the results can be quite poor.

Food preparation

• For baking pastry, use the , or mode of operation.

• When baking pastry, always remove the grease fi lter.

Instructions

• When baking pastry, always observe the instructions on the shelf / guide level, temperature, and cooking time indicated in the pastry baking table. Do not be prejudiced by experience you may have with other ovens. The values indicated in the cooking table are defi ned and checked especially for this particular oven.

• If the baking table does not specifi cally address a particular type of pastry, see the information for a similar type of pastry.

Baking pastry with upper and lower heater

• Bake the pastry at one level only.

• Upper / lower heater combination is particularly appropriate for baking various types of pastry, bread, and meat.

• Use dark-colored baking trays. Light-colored trays refl ect the heat, which leads to poorer cooking (browning) results.

• Always place the models on the grid. If you are using the supplied baking tray, remove the grid.

• Preheating will shorten the cooking time. Only place the dish into the oven when the selected temperature has been reached.

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Baking pastry with hot air

Baking pastry with hot air is particularly convenient when you wish to bake on several shelf / guide levels simultaneously, especially when preparing bite-size pastry in shallow trays.

Preheating and using the second and third guide level is recommended. This mode is also appropriate for moist pastry and fruit cakes (in this case, bake on a single level only).

• The temperature is normally set lower than when baking with the upper/lower heater combination (see also the pastry baking table).

• Various types of pastry can be baked simultaneously, if the required temperature is approximately the same for all.

• Baking time can vary, even for equal baking trays. When baking in several baking trays simultaneously – on two or even three levels, baking time for each tray can be different. You may have to remove one of the trays sooner (normally, this would be the uppermost tray.

• If possible, prepare bite-size pastry, such as cupcakes, in the same thickness and height. Unevenly sized pastry will be unevenly browned!

• When baking several types of pastry simultaneously, there will be a signifi cant amount of vapor in the oven, resulting in accumulation of condens on the oven door.

Is the pastry completely done?

Use a wooden stick to pierce the pastry at the highest point.

If there are no traces of dough when the stick is removed, the pastry is done. Turn off the oven and use the remaining accumulated heat.

The pastry has collapsed

Check the recipe. Next time, use less liquid. Observe the instructions on mixing / kneading time, especially when using small household appliances.

The pastry is too light-colored

Next time, use a dark-colored baking tray, place the tray one guide level lower, or turn on the lower heater towards the end of the cooking process.

The pastry with a moist fi lling (e.g. cheesecake) is not completely done

Next time, reduce the temperature and extend the cooking time.

Notes on the pastry baking table:

• Two values are indicated for temperature, lower and upper.

Initially, set the lower temperature; if the pastry is not brown enough, increase the temperature next time.

• Cooking times are given as an estimate and may vary subject to a number of circumstances.

• The value printed in bold in the temperature table indicates the most appropriate operating mode for a particular type of pastry.

• The indication * means that the oven should be preheated with the corresponding operating mode selected.

• When using baking paper, make sure it is resistant to high temperature.

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Pastry baking table for combined upper and lower heater or hot air operating mode

Type of pastry Guide

(from the bottom)

Temperature

(°C)

Guide

(from the bottom)

Temperature (°C) Cooking time

(minutes)

Sweet pastry

Marble cake, ring cake

Rectangle-shaped cake

Cake made in cake tin

Cake tin cheesecake

Fruit cake, short pastry

Fruit cake with dressing

Sponge cake*

Cake with icing

Fruit cake, mixed dough

Cherry cake

Sponge cake roll*

Leavened dough cake

Hefezopf (leavened dough)

Christmas cake

Apple pie

Oven-baked donuts

Savory pastry

Quiche Lorraine

Pizza*

Bread

Buns*

Bite-size pastry

Short pastry – cookies*

Merengue *

Leavened dough

Puff pastry

Choux pastry (cream fi lled)

Souffl és

Rice souffl é

Fresh cheese souffl é

Frozen pastry

Apple, cheese pie

Cheesecake

Pizza

French fries for oven *

Croquettes

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

1

2

2

2

2

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

2

160-170

160-170

160-170

170-180

180-190

170-180

170-180

180-190

170-180

180-200

180-190

160-170

180-200

170-180

180-200

170-180

190-210

210-230

190-210

200-220

160-170

160-170

180-190

190-200

180-190

190-200

190-200

180-200

180-190

200-220

200-220

200-220

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

150-160

150-160

150-160

150-160

160-170

160-170

150-160

160-170

150-160

150-160

160-170

150-160

160-170

150-160

170-180

150-160

170-180

190-210

170-180

180-190

150-160

150-160

170-180

170-180

180-190

180-190

180-190

170-180

160-170

170-180

170-180

170-180

50-65

25-45

50-60

30-40

15-25

15-28

20-35

20-30

25-45

35-50

40-50

50-70

65-85

20-30

20-35

20-35

50-70

55-70

45-60

65-85

50-70

60-70

30-40

25-35

45-65

35-60

15-25

25-35

35-50

45-70

40-60

40-55

Note: the indication of the recommended guide refers to the grid onto which baking trays are placed.

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Settings table for baking pastry with hot air and lower heater

Type of pastry Guide (from the bottom) Temperature (°C)

Cheesecake (750g cheese)

- short pastry

Pizza * - leavened dough

Quiche Loraine - short crust dough

Apple pie with icing - leavened dough

Fruit cake - mixed dough

Apple pie - fl aky pastry

2

2

2

2

2

2

150-160

200-210

180-200

150-160

150-160

170-180

Cooking time

(minutes)

65-80

15-20

35-40

35-40

45-55

45-65

• To cook meat, use the operating modes and .

• Data printed in bold represent the most appropriate operation mode for a particular type of meat.

• When cooking meat, the use of the grease fi lter is recommended (depending on the model).

Tips on using the cookware

• Meat can be cooked in enamel coated cookware, tempered glass (Pyrex) cookware, clay, or cast iron cookware.

• Stainless steel baking trays are less appropriate because they refl ect the heat.

• If the roast is covered, it will remain juicier, and the oven will be less dirty.

• In an open baking tray, the roast will brown sooner.

Some notes on cooking meat

• The meat cooking table indicates recommended temperatures, guide/shelf level, and cooking time. Since cooking times depend strongly on the type, weight, and quality of meat, they may have to be adjusted.

• Cooking meat, poultry, and fi sh in an oven is only economical for weights exceeding 1 kg.

• When cooking meat, add enough liquid to prevent the fat and juices from the meat to be burnt onto the baking tray. This means that, in case of longer cooking times, the roast should be checked upon every once in a while, and liquid should be added.

• After approximately half the cooking time, turn the roast around, especially when baking in a tray. For better results, start the cooking with the upper side turned downwards.

• When cooking larger chunks of meat, condens may accumulate on the oven door. This is a natural phenomenon which does not affect the operation of the appliance. After cooking, wipe the door and door glass dry.

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• Insert a baking tray, which will serve as a drip tray in this case, into the fi rst or second guide level to collect the dripping fat and meat juices.

• In order to prevent accumulation of condens, do not let the dishes cool down in the oven.

Meat cooking table for upper/lower heater combination or with hot air

Type of meat Weight

(g)

Guide (from bottom)

Temperature (°C)

Guide (from bottom)

Temperature (°C)

Cooking time

(min.)

Lamb

Lamb loin

Sheep joint

Venison

Rabbit loin

Deer joint

Wild boar joint

Poultry

Chicken, whole

Chicken

Duck

Goose

Turkey

Fish

Whole fi sh

Fish souffl é

Beef

Beef roast

Beef roast

Roastbeef, medium done

Roastbeef, well done

Pork

Pork roast, incl. skin

Pork belly

Pork belly

Shoulder

Pork roll

Cutlet

Minced meet roast (pork meat loaf)

Veal

Veal roll

Veal joint

1000

1500

1000

1000

1500

1500

2000

1500

1500

1500

1500

1500

1700

1500

1500

1500

1500

1500

1200

1500

1700

4000

5000

1000

1500

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

200-220

200-220

220-230

220-230

180-190

190-200

180-200

200-210

200-210

180-200

210-220

180-200

180-200

190-200

190-200

190-210

190-210

190-210

200-210

200-210

180-200

160-170

150-160

200-210

180-200

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

180-190

170-180

180-200

180-200

170-180

170-180

160-170

160-170

160-170

160-170

170-180

170-190

170-180

170-180

170-180

180-190

170-180

170-180

180-190

180-190

160-170

150-160

140-150

170-180

150-170

100-120

120-150

30-50

40-60

140-160

120-150

150-180

120-140

120-140

100-120

60-70

90-120

120-130

100-120

120-130

100-120

100-120

100-120

60-70

70-90

120-150

180-200

180-240

50-60

50-70

Note: the indication of the recommended guide refers to the grid onto which baking trays are placed.

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• When grilling meat, you should be particularly careful. The high temperatures and infra heater heat the grid and other parts of the oven to very high degrees; use protective kitchen gloves and special meat tongs.

• Hot fat may squirt out of pierced meat (e.g. from sausages). To avoid burning your skin or eyes, use meat tongs.

• When grilling meat, control the process at all times. Due to high temperature, meat can be burnt quickly!

• Do not let children anywhere near the grill.

• Roasting with infra heater is recommended for crisp and low-fat preparation of grilled sausages. meat chunks, and fi sh

(steak, chops, salmon fi llets, etc.) or toasted bread, as well as for browning.

Some tips on using the grill function

• When using the grill, the oven door should always be closed.

• The cooking table for grilling indicates recommended temperature, guide level, and cooking time. Since cooking time depends strongly on the type, quality, weight, and quality of meat, it might have to be adjusted.

• When cooking meat, the use of grease fi lter is recommended

(depending on the model).

• The infra heater (Large grill and Grill operating mode) should be preheated for fi ve minutes.

• When cooking on a grid, spread some oil over it to prevent the meat from sticking onto it.

• Place thin slices of meat on the grid and insert it into the fourth guide level.

• Insert a baking tray, which will serve as a drip tray in this case, into the fi rst or second guide level to collect the dripping fat and meat juices.

• Grilled meat should be turned halfway through the cooking time. Cook the fi rst side somewhat longer than the other one.

• When grilling larger chunks of meat on a grid (chicken, fi sh), insert the grid into the second level and the drip tray into the fi rst level.

• Thinner slices of meat should only be turned once, while the thicker ones should be turned several times. Use meat tongs to turn the meat around, to prevent too much juice to be lost.

• Darker meat will brown better and sooner than pork or veal.

• After using the grill, clean the oven and accessories each time to prevent the dirt to be burnt onto the oven the next time you use it.

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Cooking table - large grill

Type of food Weight

(g)

Guide level (from bottom)

Temperature

(°C)

Temperature

(°C)

Cooking time

(min)

Meat and sausages

4 beef loin chops, rare

4 beef loin chops, medium

4 beef loin chops, well done

4 pork neck chops

4 cutlets

4 veal steaks

6 lamb cutlets

8 grill sausages

3 pcs of meatloaf

1/2 chicken

180g/pc

100g/pc

100g/pc

200g/pc

600g

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

4

2

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

240

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

180-190

14-16

16-20

18-21

19-23

20-24

19-22

15-19

11-14

9-15

25 (1.side)

20 (2. side)

Fish

Salmon slices

4 trout

Toasted bread

6 slices white bread

4 slices of mixed fl our bread

Toasted sandwich

Meat / poultry*

Duck*

Chicken*

Pork roast

Pork shoulder

Pork joint

Roastbeef / beef loin

Vegetables au gratin **

Caulifl ower, kale

Asparagus

600

200g/pc

2000

1500

1500

1500

1000

1500

/

/

/

2

2

2

2

2

2

4

4

4

3

2

240

-

240

240

240

210

210-220

-

-

-

-

-

170-180

-

-

-

150-170

160-170

150-160

150-160

150-160

170-180

19-22

45-50

1,5-3

2-3

3,5-7

80-100

60-85

90-120

120-160

120-140

40-80

750

750

2

2 -

210-230

210-230

15-25

15-25

Note: the guide level refers to the grid on which you place the meat; in the section meat/poultry, the guide level refers to the tray, while with chicken, it refers to the grid.

When cooking meat in a tray, make sure there is enough liquid in the tray to prevent the meat from burning; approximately halfway through the cooking progress, turn the chunk of meat around. When grilling meat on the grid, insert the tray into the fi rst or second guide; this way, it will serve as a drip tray (see tips on grilling meat).

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Cooking table - grill

Food type

Meat and sausages

2 beef loin stakes, well done

2 cutlets

2 pork neck steaks

4 grill sausages

4 toasted sandwiches

Toast - browning

3 trout - on the grid

Chicken - on the grid

Pork shoulder - deep tray

Weight (g) Guide level (from bottom)

Temperature

(°C)

Temperature

(°C)

Cooking time

(min.)

180g/pc

180g/pc

100g/pc

200g/pc

1500g

1500g

4

4

4

4

2

2

4

4

2

240

240

240

240

240

240

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

160-170

160-170

150-160

180-21

20-22

18-22

11-14

5-7

3-4

40-50

60-80

120-160

• Air circulating in the oven may speed up the process of defrosting frozen food. To do this, set the oven to “Defrosting” mode .

• Food appropriate for defrosting includes cakes with heavy cream or butter-based fi lling, other cakes and pastry, bread, buns, and deep-frozen fruit.

• For reasons of hygiene, meat and poultry should not be defrosted in an oven.

If possible, turn the food around or mix several times to make sure they are defrosted evenly.

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Cleaning and maintenance

Do not use a steam cleaner or a high-pressure steam cleaner to clean the appliance. Before you start cleaning the appliance, disconnect it from the power mains and let it cool down.

Appliance housing front

Clean the surfaces with liquid non-abrasive detergents intended for smooth surfaces, and a soft cloth. Apply the detergent on the cloth and wipe off the dirt; then, rinse with water. Do not apply the detergent directly on the surfaces. Do not use aggressive or abrasive cleaners, sharp objects or steel wool, as these will scratch the appliance.

Aluminum surfaces

Aluminum surfaces should be cleaned with non-abrasive liquid detergents intended for such materials. Apply the detergent on a wet cloth and clean the surface; then, rinse the surface with water. Do not apply the cleaner directly on the aluminum surface. Do not use abrasive cleaners or abrasive sponges. The surface should not come into contact with oven cleaning sprays.

Stainless steel front panels

Clean the surface with a mild cleaner (soapsuds) and a soft sponge that will not scratch the material. Do not use abrasive or solvent-based cleaners. If these instructions are ignored, the housing surface can be damaged.

Lacquer-coated and plastic surfaces

Clean the buttons / knobs and the door handle with a soft cloth and liquid detergents intended for cleaning smooth lacquer-coated surfaces. You may also use the cleaners made especially for this type of surfaces; in this case, follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

WARNING: The above surfaces should never come into contact with oven cleaning sprays, as these will permanently damage the aluminum parts.

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Cleaning

Ceramic-glass hob

After each use of the glass-ceramic hob, wait for it to cool

down and clean it; otherwise, even the smallest food residue will be burnt onto the hot surface next time you use the appliance.

For regular cleaning and maintenance of the glass-ceramic

surface, use special conditioning agents which form a protective layer on the surface, shielding it from dirt. Before each use, wipe any dust or other particles from the hob surface and pan bottom as these could scratch the surface (Figure 1).

Careful: steel wool, abrasive sponges, and abrasive detergents can scratch the hob surface. Glass ceramic surface can also be damaged by aggressive sprays and inappropriate or insuffi ciently shaken (mixed) liquid cleaning agents (Figure 1 and Figure 2).

Signs and indications on the hob may be worn if aggressive cleaning aids are used on cooking zone edges, or if pans with damaged bottom or used.

Light stains can be removed by a damp soft cloth; then, wipe the surface dry (Figure 3).

Water stains can be removed using a mild solution of vinegar; however, do not use this solution to clean the frame (only with some models, as it may become dull. Do not use aggressive sprays or decalcifi cation agents (Figure 3).

Heavier stains can be removed using special agents and utensils for cleaning the glass-ceramic hobs. When using these products, follow the instructions provided by their respective manufacturers.

Make sure any residues of cleaning agents are thoroughly removed, as they could damage the glass-ceramic hob when

the cooking zones heat up (Figure 3).

Stubborn and burnt residues can be removed using a scraper.

make sure the plastic part of the scraper does not come into contact with a hot cooking zone. Be careful not to cut yourself with the scraper!

Sugar and sugar-laden food may permanently damage the glassceramic surface (Figure 5); therefore, they should be removed from the glass-ceramic surface as soon as possible, although the cooking zone may still be hot (Figure 4). Any

change in the color of the glass-ceramic surface does not affect its operation or the stability of the surface. Such

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74 discolorations are mostly a result of burnt food residues or use of cookware made of materials such as aluminum or copper; these stains are diffi cult to remove.

Warning: All damage described above predominantly relates to the aesthetics, i.e. appearance of the appliance and do not affect its functionality directly. Such errors cannot be the subject of a warranty claim.

ATAG Shine

Atag supplies a range of cleaning agents under the name ATAG

Shine.

These can be obtained via the website at www.atagservice.nl, where you will also fi nd various cleaning and operating tips.

Oven

• The oven can be cleaned in conventional manner (with detergents, oven spray), but only when there this very dirty and when the stains are particularly stubborn.

• For regular cleaning of your oven (after each use), the following procedure is recommended: rotate the operation mode selection knob to the position . Set the temperature selection knob / dial to 70 °C. Pour 0.6 liter of water into a baking tray and insert it into the lowermost guide. After thirty minutes, the food residues on the enamel will have softened, allowing you to wipe them with a dap cloth.

When dealing with stubborn stains, please act as follows:

The oven should be cooled down before each cleaning process.

• Clean the oven and accessories after each use to prevent the dirt from being burnt onto the oven.

• The easiest way to remove grease is by using warm soapsuds while the oven is still warm.

• In case of particularly stubborn dirt, use the conventional oven cleaners. Then, rinse the oven thoroughly with clean water to remove all residues of the cleaner.

• Never use aggressive cleaners such as steel wool, abrasive dishwashing sponges, stain removers, etc.

• Lacquer-coated, stainless steel, and zinc-coated surfaces, as well as aluminum parts, should never come into contact with oven cleaning sprays, as these may cause damage and discoloration. The same applies for the the heaters accessible at the upper part.

• When purchasing and dispensing detergents, consider the environment and observe the instructions provided by respective cleaning agent manufacturers.

Practical tips

• When cooking larger fatty chunks of meat, we recommend wrapping them in aluminum foil of a suitable cooking bag, to prevent the grease from being spattered on the oven interior walls.

• When grilling meat on the grid, place a drip tray underneath.

Cleaning the oven interior ceiling

• To facilitate cleaning of the oven interior upper wall, the appliance features a foldable upper infra heater.

• Before lowering the heater, the cooker must be disconnected from the power mains by removing the fuse or tripping the main switch.

• The heater should be cooled down; otherwise there is a risk of burning!

• Do not use the heater when it is lowered!

Before cleaning the oven, remove the baking trays, the grid, and the guides. Then, pull the horizontal heater towards yourself. Pull the heater until the crossbar is released from the supports on the left and right side of the oven (see fi gure). After cleaning, replace the heater following the same procedure; the crossbar must be reinserted into the two support brackets.

Accessories

Wash the accessories (baking trays, grid, etc.) with hot water and some conventional detergent.

Grease fi lter

After each use, clean the grease fi lter with a soft brush in hot water and some detergent, or wash it in a dishwasher.

Easy-clean inserts

After each use, clean the easy-clean inserts in water with some detergent, using a soft brush, or wash them in a dishwasher.

Special enamel coating

The oven, interior side of the door, and baking trays, are covered with special enamel that has a smooth and resistant surface.

This special layer enables easier cleaning at room temperature.

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Removing the telescopic pull-out guides

To facilitate cleaning of the oven interior side walls, the telescopic pull-out guides can be removed

• Hold the guide rack by its lower end and rotate it inwards; then, remove them from the holes on the upper side.

• Clean the racks with telescopic guides only with conventional cleaners.

• Do not wash the telescopic pull-out guides in a dishwasher.

Do not attempt to grease the telescopic retractable guides.

After cleaning, simply replace the guide rack by following the procedure in reverse order.

Removing the inner glass pane

Door glass panes can also be cleaned from the inside; however, they must fi rst be removed as follows:

• Remove the oven door (see section on removing and inserting the oven door).

• Hold the door glass pane by its lower edge. Pull it gently towards yourself and lift it slightly – but not too far – by a maximum of 10 mm, until the glass support wedge slips out of the groove (fi gure 1).

• Remove the glass (in the direction of arrow 3).

• Interior glass (only in some models) is removed by fi rst undoing the screws on the glass supports and then by lifting it (fi gure 2). Remove the supports before cleaning the glass pane.

• Reinstall the door by following the same procedure in reverse order.

Note: Insert the glass into the slot and push it forward

(fi gure 3).

Removing and inserting the oven door

Completely open the oven door and rotate the attachment clips completely backwards (fi gure 1).

• Slowly close the door until the clips are pressed against the supports / seats. At approximately 15° (relative to the closed door position), pull the door slightly upwards and pull them out of the both hinge supports on the appliances (fi gure 2).

• Replace the door in the reverse order. Insert the door under an angle of 15° into the hinge supports at the front side of the appliance and push them downwards and to the front until they slide into their supports / seats.

• Then, completely open the door and rotate the attachment clips back to their initial position. Slowly close the door and check, if they close properly. If the door does not open or close correctly, make sure whether the hinge notches are correctly placed in their seat hinges.

Attention

Always make sure the hinge attachment clips are fi rmly seated in their supports when installing the door. If this is not the case, the main hinge that is operated by a strong spring may be released any time while installing or removing the door. Risk of physical injury.

• Cooker drawer is protected against accidental opening. If you wish to open the drawer, raise it slightly. In order to remove the drawer, fi rst pull it out to the stopper, then raise it again and pull it out completely.

• Do not store fl ammable, explosive, or temperature-sensitive objects and materials in the cooker drawer.

• Insert the drawer by inserting the wheels into the guides and close the drawer.

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The oven lamp base and socket are under voltage. There is a risk of electric shock!

Before replacing the oven lighting bulb, disconnect the cooker from the power mains by removing the fuses or tripping the main network switch.

Oven bulb

Oven bulb is considered a replacement ware part and is not covered by the warranty. Replace the bulb with a new one with the following specifi cations: socket E 14, 230 V, 25 W, 300°C.

• Unscrew the glass cover in the counterclockwise direction, replace the bulb, and replace the cover.

Special warnings and error reporting

During the warranty period, any repairs may only be performed by service technicians authorized by the appliance manufacturer.

Before starting the repair, the appliance must be disconnected from the power mains by removing the fuse or by removing the main cord from the wall outlet.

Unauthorized tampering and repairing may cause the risk of electric shock and short circuit; therefore, do not attempt to fi x them yourselves. Leave such tasks to an expert or an authorized service technician.

In case of minor faults or problems with the appliance operation, check the following instructions to see whether you can eliminate the causes by yourselve.

A visit by a service technician during the warranty period will be charged if the appliance is not functioning because of improper use. Store these instructions in a place where they are always readily accessible; when passing the appliance on to another person, the instructions should also be included.

Some advice on rectifying some common problems can be found in the following:

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Sensors do not respond, the display has frozen

The main fuse is tripped repetitively

Oven interior lighting does not work

The oven does not heat up...

The pastry is not cooked thoroughly...

The program timer shows extraordinary fi gures or is turned on and off uncontrolled

Program timer display is blinking

Operation control lamp is not lit...

Disconnect the cooker from the power network for a few minutes

(remove the fuse or trip the main switch); then, reconnect it to the power network and turn on the oven.

Call a service technician!

The process of replacing the bulb is described on page 79.

• Was the temperature and operating mode selected appropriately?

• Is the oven door closed?

• Have you removed the grease fi lter?

• Did you observe the instructions and tips from the section “Baking pastry”?

• Did you follow the instructions in the baking table closely?

• In case of faulty operation of the program timer, disconnect the cooker from the power mains for a few minutes (remove the fuse or trip the main switch); then, reconnect it to the mains and set the time of day.

• There was a power supply failure, or your cooker was just connected to the power mains. All set times have been deleted.

• Set the time of day to enable operation of the appliance.

• After the end of program timer controlled operation (automatic operation), the oven goes off, the time of day is displayed, and an audible signal is emitted for a certain period of time. Take the dish out of the oven, return the operation mode selection knob and the temperature knob/dial back to the starting position.

• Did you activate all necessary controls?

• Did the main fuse in your home network trip?

• Are the temperature knob /dial and the operating mode selection knob set properly?

If the problem persists despite observing the instructions above, call an authorized service technician. Elimination of any errors or warranty claims that resulted from improper connection or use of the appliance is not covered by our warranty. In such cases, the costs of repair are borne by the user.

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Instructions for installation and connection

Important warnings

• The appliance may only be connected by a service technician authorized by the gas distribution company or an authorized service center.

• The room in which the appliance is installed must be regularly ventilated.

• Before connecting the appliance, make sure that the local requirements for connection (gas type and pressure) are compatible with the appliance version / adjustment.

• This appliance is not connected to a combustion fumes exhaust system (i.e. a chimney). The appliance must be installed and connected in compliance with the relevant effective installation regulations. Special care must be taken to ensure adequate ventilation / aeration.

• The distance between the cooking hob and the kitchen hood should be no less than indicated in the instructions for kitchen hood installation.

• This appliance is appropriate for installation between two pieces of furniture (class 2/1); it can be in direct contact with them on both sides. On one side of the appliance, a piece of kitchen furniture that is higher than the appliance may be installed, if the distance between the appliance and this piece of furniture is not less than 10 centimeters. In such case, only a piece of furniture with a height not exceeding that of the cooker may be installed on the other side of the appliances. Hanging, or wall-mounted kitchen elements should be installed high enough not to interfere with the work process. The distance between the cooking hob and the kitchen hood should be no less than 650 mm.

• All other repairs and similar tasks that require the use of any tool whatsoever should only be carried out by an authorized service technician.

• The user may only perform those tasks that can be carried out without the use of tools.

• The walls and furniture closest to the appliance (fl oor, kitchen back wall, side walls) should be resistant to temperatures of at least 90°C.

• Mains cords on the back side of the appliance must be secured in such way that it is not in direct contact with the cooker back wall, as this wall heats up considerably during operation.

Leveling the cooker

The cooker has four adjustable feet, two at the front and two at the back. The feet are accessible, when the cooker drawer is removed; if required, they may be turned to increase or decrease the height, until the appliance is not in a completely horizontal position. The adjustment screws can easily be turned if the cooker is tilted slightly to redistribute the load.

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3 lives with 1 neutral connection (3 1N a.c. 400 V / 50 Hz / 10,7 kW):

The voltage between the phases and the neutral is 230 V a.c.

There is a voltage of 400 V between the lives.

The electrical connection must comply with national and local regulations.

Wall socket and plug must be accessible at all times.

If you want to make a fi xed connection, ensure that a multi-pole switch with a distance between contacts of 3 mm is installed in the supply cable.

Please note

This appliance must be earthed.

If the connecting cable is damaged, it may only be replaced by the manufacturer, the manufacturer's service organisation or equivalently qualifi ed persons, in order to avoid dangerous situations.

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Technical characteristics

Rating plate

A Serial number

B Model

C Type

D Trademark

E Code

F Technical information

G Compliance indications / symbols

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WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE ANY CHANGES THAT

DO NOT AFFECT THE FUNCTIONALITY OF THE APPLIANCE.

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