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Dear customer
Congratulations on your choice of a Leisure quality cooker which
has been designed to give you lasting service.
The cooker must be installed by a qualified technician in accordance
with current regulations and used in a well ventilated space.
Please read these instructions thoroughly before installing or using
- and keep for handy reference. Make sure you understand the
controls prior to using your appliance. This cooker must only be used
for its intended purpose, ie the cooking of food in the home. Failure
to observe these instructions may invalidate your right to free service
during the guarantee period.
If you have any questions, or if you are not sure about any
information contained in this booklet please contact us - details are
on the back cover.
Your Customer Service
safety symbols
The use of any appliance and cookers in particular (which use high
temperatures) require the following of basic common sense safety
rules.
There is a danger of injury to the person and of damage to the
cooker, the kitchen and your home.
These are itemised in the first section ‘Safety in the home’. Where
accidents are most common, we repeat these warnings in the main
text using the following symbols:
Where you, other people, toddlers and children are
at risk
Where there is a danger of damage to the cooker,
utensils, surrounding areas and property
Please note them for your own safety.
contents
Introduction
Welcome/Safety symbols 2
Safety in the home 4
Installation
Know your cooker/specification 6
Electrical connection and location 7
Installation 8
Gas connection 9
Gas conversion 10
For the very first time
Preparation and burning off 10
Operating
Operating the hob 11
Using the griddle 12
Saucepan types/deep fat frying 13
Operating the grill&top oven 14
Operating the multifunction oven 16
Operating the fan oven 19
Operating the clock/ programmer 21
Cooker care
Care & cleaning 24
Trouble shooting 25
Replacing the oven light 25
Future transportation 26
Guarantee & service 27
safety in the home
A Look after yourself, family and
y friends
* Ensure that children are kept away whilst
the cooker is in use and until it has cooled
as parts become very hot. Don’t leave them
unsupervised.
e During use surfaces get hot. Don't touch
hot surfaces during use.
* Close supervision while cooking is essential
at all times.
e Special care should be taken when cooking
oily and fatty food as overheating of such
food can cause them to catch fire.
e Always use good quality oven gloves when
removing hot utensils and the grill pan from
the oven.
e Ensure handles of pans can not accidentally
be caught or knocked and do not get heated
by adjacent heating zones.
e Check all controls on the appliance are
switched off after use.
e Take care when opening the door. Let steam
and hot air escape before removing the
food.
e Select the correct shelf position before
turning the oven or grill on - don't move
oven shelves when hot.
e Don't use water to extinguish oil or fat fires.
e Don’t heat up unopened food containers
as pressure can build up causing the
container to burst.
e Don't use round-bottomed traditional woks.
Use flat-bottomed types.
e Don't store items above the cooker that
children may try to reach.
safety in the home
Look after your cooker and home
Clean your cooker regularly, ideally after
each use. Always turn off the mains
electricity supply and allow the appliance
to cool first.
Spillage should be dealt with as soon as it
occurs, taking due care as the hob surface
may be hot. Any spillage left on the surface
after cooking should be cleaned off before
the hob is switched on again to prevent
baking on.
Don't use biological washing powder or
bleach products, harsh abrasives or chemical
cleaners for cleaning the oven inner panels.
Don't allow anyone to sit or stand on the
cooker or door.
Don't move the cooker by pulling by the
door and/or handle.
Don't use large preserving pans or fish
kettles across the hob as this will damage
the ceramic hob.
Ensure that no flammable materials are
adjacent to the cooker as the sides become
hot during use.
Don't store flammable materials, aerosols
etc in adjacent cabinets.
Don’t place flammable or plastic items on
or near the hob, and never place wet cloths
etc. on the hob to dry.
Keep all ventilation slots clear of obstructions.
Don’t leave a hob on for long periods when
not covered by a pan.
Don't cover shelves with metal foil as the
air circulation in the oven will be disrupted.
Don't place dishes, pans and/or trays directly
on the oven compartment base.
Don't line the grill pan with aluminium foil.
As this could result is on increase risk of fire
or damage to your cooker.
Don't use the cooker with glass panels
removed.
Don’t use the cooker for
Hanging towels and dish cloths etc on the
handles.
Warming plates under the grill.
Heating the kitchen.
Drying.
Storage of imflammable materials or liquids
in the storage compartment.
Food hygiene
Ensure meat and poultry is thoroughly
defrosted before cooking.
Check food is thoroughly cooked and is
piping hot.
Always refer servicing to a qualified
appliance service engineer.
This appliance is only to be used by persons
necessary. Children should be
supervised by a responsible person at
all times.
Do not operate hob without pans.
This product is designed only for
domestic use.
know your cooker
Control panel
Top oven/grill door
Multifunction oven
Wok burner
Splashback
ele. Pan supports
Griddle
Burners
Burners plate
door
Fan oven door
Some of the illustrated details may vary
External dimensions width x depth x height Ignition Auto electric on all
900mm x 600mm x 900mm burners
Front-right burner 1.0 kW Safety device Gas valves are
Rear-right burner 2.9 kW lockable
Front-left burner 2.0 kW
Rear-left burner 2 0 kW Gas Supply Pressure Destination Countries
Centre (Wok) burner 3.6 kW G20 20 mbar GB, IE
Supply voltage 220-240V-; 50Hz G30 28-30 mbar GB, IE
; 1 37 B, IE
Top oven -conventional wattage 1025 W G31 37 mbar GB,
Top cavity grill wattage 2025 W
Left hand side main-multi oven wattage 1950 W 12H AT 20 mbar and I3P AT 37 mbar
Right hand side tall fan oven wattage 2150 W I 3B/P 30 mbar
Main cavity grill wattage 1600 W Cat 1243:
Lamp 15 W x 3 For Cooker set up condition please refer to rating label
Total power (gas) 11.5 kW Because we continually strive to improve our
P J | | products, we may change our specifications
Total power (electric) 6200 W and designs without prior notice.
Injector size Injector marking
G 20, 20 mbar | G 30, 28-30 mbar Accuracy
Propane 31-37 mbar
Rapid burner те я Note that times and temperatures in this
Р book are for guidance only.
Auxiliary burner 72 50
Semi-Rapid burner 103 72
Wok burner
147 96 6
electrical connection
Do not connect the cooker to the electricity
supply until all packing and transit protectors
have been removed.
Before your appliance is connected to the mains
electricity supply, check to ensure that the
voltage and frequency shown on the rating
label corresponds with your power supply. The
label is located on the plinth below the oven
door.
This product must only be installed by a
qualified electrician eg local electricity
company or NICEIC registered contractor to a
suitable double-pole control unit with a
minimum contact clearance of 3mm in all poles
and with a minimum rating of 32A which
should be fitted adjacent to (but not above)
the cooker in accordance with IEE regulations.
Failure to observe this instruction may
result in operational problems and
invalidation of the product warranty.
location
Access to the mains terminal is gained by
removing the small rear cover. The cable must
have conductors of sufficiently high cross
sectional area to prevent overheating and
deterioration. Recommended cross-section area
IS SIX square millimetres (6.00 mm2). The mains
cable must conform to BS6004.
This appliance must be earthed.
The mains cable must pass through the cable
clamp.
The mains cable should be routed away from
the appliance and in particular ventilation slots,
the vent outlet and should not be obstructed
when pushed in to position between the
appliance and the wall and/or cabinets.
The appliance conforms to BS 800: 1988 and
EEC directive 87/308 regarding suppression of
radio and television interference.
Type with regard to protection against
overheating of surrounding surfaces=X.
® Excess steam from the oven is expelled at the
rear of the appliance therefore the wall behind Cooker hoods on manufacures instructions
the cooker needs to be protected against Cabinet
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grease and moisture. Wall cabinet Wall cabinet
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cabinets spaced over 900 mm apart. The 400 mm | adjacent wall Е Е 400 mm
space elther side of the cooker need only be min. above the hob top = 3
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sufficient to allow withdrawal of the cooker — — > у у y
for servicing. It can be used with cabinets on Work surface НОВ Floor Cabinet
. . , level with hob
one side or both sides as well as in a corner only allow room Top Oven/Grill
setting. It can also be used free-standing. cooker for
e Adjacent side walls above the appliance must or Floor
not be nearer to the cooker than 65mm and О
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should be of heat resistant material. Leave
at least 750 mm clearance above the hob to
a cooker hood and 600mm to any cabinet.
installation
Unpacking
All packing materials, protective film and transit
protectors must be removed.
Installers
The appliance must only be installed by a
competent person.
In the UK, CORGI registered installers (including
the Regions of British Gas) undertake to work to
safe and satisfactory standards.
Regulations
The cooker must be installed in accordance
with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use)
Regulations and the relevant Building Regulations
in force.
Levelling
The appliance should be located on a level
surface. The two front and rear feet can be adjusted
as required. To ensure that your appliance 1s
standing level adjust the two front or rear feet by
turning clockwise or anticlockwise until the product
is in firm contact with the floor.
The installation instructions for cooking ranges
that are placed on the floor shall state that if the
range is placed on a base, measures have to be
taken to prevent the appliance slipping from the
base.
stability Chain
The cooker must be secured by the security
chain to the wall or partition behind the cooker.
Stability hook
(not supplied)
Rear of
cooker
Firmly fix
chain to
cooker rear
Stability chain
to be
as short as
practicable
Cooker stability chain for cookers not
designed with bracket engagement slot
Moving your cooker
If your cooker is fitted with a flexible hose the
cooker can be moved for cleaning. Make sure
that the floor covering is firmly fixed or removed
to prevent it being disturbed.
TAKE CARE NOT TO STRAIN OR DAMAGE
THE GAS HOSE (OR ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
CABLE) WHEN MOVING THE COOKER.
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Release the stability chain as you ease the cooker
out. Don't forget to refit it when you replace
the cooker.
Lift the front feet clear off the floor by lifting
at the ends of the hotplate fascia.
Do not move by pulling the door handle or
knobs.
Move the cooker a bit at a time, checking
behind it to make sure that the gas hose has
sufficient slack to allow the cooker to move
forward as you go along.
When you replace the cooker, again check
behind to make sure that the gas hose or cable
are not caught or trapped.
Take care not to twist it within the gap between
the kitchen units as damage may occur to the
cooker or the units.
Check that the cooker stability chain has been
reconnected.
gas connection
Gas supply
Your oven must only be used on natural
gas or LP gas.
Natural Gas
The cooker is designed for UK and Ireland
installation using a flexible connection with
tubing in accordance with the regulations in
force. Length of 900mm is recommended
(Ireland 600 mm).
LP Gas
For flexible connections use a bayonet type
hose, suitable for use on LP Gas up to 50 mbar
pressure rise. The flexible hose should be
coloured black with a red stripe, band or label.
Gas flexible hose
If a flexible hose is used it must not come
into contact with the top 150mm/6 inches (the
shaded area on the diagram) of the rear of the
appliance.
Do not pass the hose through the hot region
behind the oven.
Connection
Connect the flexible gas hose to the oven
as follows.
1 Use nonsetting gas sealant on the
connection to the cooker.
Connect to the gas supply pipe at the rear
of the cooker (1/2 in BSP).
Assemble burner caps and rings fit pan
supports in position. (left and right sides)
Turn on the gas supply and check for
soundness.
Light two burners and check that the
pressure is correct.
A Gas leaks
| If you smell gas, turn off all gas controls
and extinguish any open flame. Open a
window to ventilate the room. Don't touch
any electrical switches. Contact your local Gas
Supplier immediately.
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The hose must
notcome into
contact with
the shaded
area
Right angled
bayonet socket
incorporating
spring loaded
valve
Adaptor
backplate
Copper pipe
Adaptor
TI 1/2" outlet
&— Joint
Cooker hose |
with bayonet fixing \
gas conversion
Ensure that the local distribution and adjustment conditions are compatible.
Check the rating plate to identify cooker preset condition.
Conversion from natural gas to LPG
The conversion must only be implemented by a
qualified engineer.
1. Replace the natural gas orifices by the LPG
equivalents.
2. Check gas soundness.
3. Remove the control knobs.
4. Adjust the reduced rates of the burners.
A. Hob burners
* Adjust screw “A”
1-1 1/2 turns
Ÿ clockwise to obtain
flame length of
about 5 mm.
* Adjust each
burner separately.
A: Hob
burner tap
A. Hob burners
* Adjust screw “A”
1-1 1/2 turns
clockwise to obtain
flame length of
~ about 5 mm.
* Adjust each
burner separately.
A: Hob
burner tap
5. Apply the following labels;
* Overstick current rating plate with modified cut
out label ensuring serial number is still visible.
* Tick appropriate LPG gas box and fix adjacent
to the rating plate label.
Conversion from LPG gas to NG
The conversion must only be implemented by a
qualified engineer.
1. Replace the gas orifices by the NG equivalents.
2. Check gas soundness.
3. Remove the control knobs.
4. Adjust the reduced rates of the burners.
A. Hob burners
* Adjust screw “A”
1-1 1/2 turns anti
clockwise to obtain
flame length of
about 5 mm.
* Adjust each
burner separately.
A: Hob
burner tap
=A. Hob burners
* Adjust screw “A”
1-1 1/2 turns anti
clockwise to obtain
flame length of
about 5 mm.
* Adjust each
burner separately.
burner tap
5. Apply the following labels;
* Overstick current rating plate with modified
cut out label ensuring serial number is still visible.
* Tick appropriate NG gas box and fix adjacent
to the rating plate label.
preparation and burning off
A Important for asthmatic sufferers
Before using for the first time, protective
coatings need to be burnt off. Fumes will be
emitted but this is quite normal.
Ensure the room is very well ventilated
during the burning off process. Avoid directly
inhaling the fumes during this process.
Grill
Open the grill door. Remove wire rack, baking
tray and handle, and set the control to 150
for about 15 minutes. 10
Oven/s
Remove shelves and baking tray and turn the
oven control knobs to 200°C for about 15
minutes.
Cleaning
Before you start using your cooker, clean the
appliance as recommended under Care and
cleaning on page 22.
operating the h ob
Main oven (LHS)
thermostat knob
Top oven/Grill
Main oven (LHS)
control
control knob knob
Top burner
control knobs
Oven (RHS)
Top burner control knob
control knobs
Turning on and off
| Flame Failure Device
; All burners are protected by
| flame failure devices, if the
' flames are extinguished for
1 any reason the gas will
| automatically be cut off.
Flame
failure
device
«ad — —
The burner control knobs have a safety feature.
1 Push the appropriate knob in slightly and
turn anti-clockwise to the required setting.
2 Keep the knob depressed for 15 seconds
after the burner has lit to override the safety
device.
After you release the knob, if the ignition
does not continue repeat the same process
by keeping the knob pressed for 15 seconds.
If still no ignition occurs, wait for 1 minute
and repeat again.
Warning: Do not keep the knob in pressed
position more than 15 seconds.
3 To switch a burner off turn the
corresponding knob to @.
e Turning the control knob fully anti-clockwise
to the small flame symbol enables you to
simmer without accidently switching off.
1"
Wok Burner
e The feature of wok burner is rapid cooking.
Especially, it is used for cooking the vegetables and
meat pieces that are cut into slices at high
temperatures in a short time. For this cooking type,
a wide and shallow frying pan is used. This frying
pan can conduct the heat rapidly, and cook the
vegetable pieces at the same temperature. Because
of rapid heating and equal distribution of temperature,
the vegetable can be crisp. Furthermore its
nourishment value can be protected. If required, the
cooking can be made with a normal pan on the wok
burner.
Flame control
* When turning on a hotplate burner, stay and make
sure that it has lit, and adjust the flame immediately
* Selection of the correct flame height is especially
important to safety. Adjust the burner flame so
that it does not extend beyond the bottom of the
pan, any higher and the flame becomes inefficient
and can be a potential fire hazard.
e To make sure that the cooker is operating safely,
periodic checks are advised.
e At low settings, do not leave the burners unattended
for long periods of time.
e The burner flames should burn with a visible bluish
cone within the main flame, and with no sign of
yellowness. If at the first lighting they are very noisy
and yellow, turn out at once and check that the
burner cap has been correctly replaced. If on re-
lighting there is no improvement, ask your supplier
to check them. The inner portions of the flames
as described above may not be very clear, but this
IS not detrimental in anyway.
The pan supports are not interchangable.
using the griddle
Parts will become hot when the griddle
is in use, children must be kept away.
e The griddle fits on a single pan support,
front to back. It is designed for cooking
food on directly. Don't use pans of any
kind on it. The griddle surface is non-stick
and metal cooking utensils (e.g. spatulas)
will damage the surface. Use heat resistant
plastic or wooden utensils.
e Don't put it crossway's - it will not fit Griddle Cooking Chart
properly and will be unstable.
e Personel experience will soon familiarize
e Always leave space around the griddle for you with the correct setting to use for
the gases to escape. Never fit two griddles cooking. As a guide refer to the cooking
side by side. Large pans should also be chart below.
spaced well apart. The maximum pan base e After cooking allow the griddle to cool
diameter is 22cm (8.5 inches). before cleaning.
e Position the griddle over the hotplate Preheat for 2 minutes before cooking.
burners resting on a pan support. The
griddle can be lightly brushed with cooking Type of food Heat Setting
oil before use. Light the hotplate burners. Drop Scones High-Medium-Low
Adjust the flame heights to suit. Bacon High-Medium-Low
e Preheat the griddle for a maximum of 2 Chops High-Medium-Low
minutes before adding food. Leaving it Steak High-Medium-Low
longer may cause damage. The controls Burgers High-Medium-Low
can be turned to a lower position simply Potato Cakes Medium-Lov
by turning the control knobs towards the Eggs Medium-Low
lower position marked with the small flame Fish Cakes Medium-Low
symbol.
e Only use a Leisure Consumer Products
Griddle, use of alternative types could
result in a risk to safety.
e (lean with warm soapy water never wash
In a dishwasher. Never use any sharp
instruments, abrasive cleaners or oven
cleaner.
Otherwise the nonstick surface will be
damaged.
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saucepans
Pan choice
In choosing pans, look for pan handles that
can be held easily and will stay cool. Avoid
pans that are unstable and easily tipped. Pans
that are too heavy to move easily when filled ess us à
can also be a hazard. Only use flat bottomed —
pots or pans.
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Pan size
For maximum efficiency and safety, use the
recommended pan sizes for each burner.
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e Do not place lids on the burners.
Always position pans centrally over the
burners. When transferring pans from one
burner to another always lift the pans do not < 18с
slide them. 20 em < 22cm, 16 cm
24 cm
deep fat fryin
Never fill the pan more than the one-third In the event of a chip pan or other
full of fat or oil. pan fire
Never leave unattended during heating or 1 Turn off the cooker.
cooking. | 2 Smother flames with a fire blanket or damp
e Do not fry too much food at the same time cloth.
especially frozen food. This only lowers the 3 Do not try to remove a burning pan from
temperature of the oil or fat too much the hob.
resulting in greasy food.
e Always dry food thoroughly before frying
and lower it slowly into the hot oil or fat.
Frozen foods in particular will cause frothing
and spitting if added too quickly.
e Never heat fat or fry with a lid on the pan.
e Keep the outside of the pan clean and free
from streaks of oil or fat.
Burns and injuries are caused almost
invariably by picking up the burning pan and
rushing outside with it.
Do not use water on the fire.
Leave the pan to cool for at least 30
minutes.
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operating the grill/top oven
. Parts may become hot when the Using as a grill
5 grill/top oven is in use, children must When the door is fully open, it remains
“q be kept away. tilted slightly, so that any spillage will be
A switch operated by the door changes directed away from you.
the heating element configuration between 1 Open the door.
grill and oven operation. When the door is
open, the top inner element is activated for
intense downward heat; when the door is
closed, the top outer and lower elements
are activated to provide even oven heating.
2 Turn the grill on by
turning the control
knob to 150°C and
— allow to preheat for
As a grill 3 The indicator light will glow to show that the
door open grill has been switched on.
4 Only use the middle and bottom
rack position for grilling. Do not use
the top position.
® Ensure the food is correctly positioned
under the grill element.
e Food which requires browning only
should be placed under the hot grill,
either in the grill pan, or on the floor of
the grill compartment, according to the
depth of the dish. The grill pan wire grid
can be removed.
* Do not line the grill pan with aluminium
fol.
e Plates and dishes placed on the floor of
the grill compartment will be heated
when the main oven is in use.
e Do not switch on the grill when using the
compartment for storage.
As an oven
door closed
(lower element is concealed)
Grilling guidelines
Use the 230° position for toast, for
sealing and fast cooking of foods.
For thicker foods requiring longer cooking,
turn the control to a lower setting after the initial
sealing on both sides. The thicker the food, the
lower the control should be set. When grilling
thicker food, the grill rack should be turned over
to its lowest position.
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Using as an oven
1
Turn the oven on by rotating the top
oven control knob clockwise.
Top oven temperature chart
This chart is for guidance only, follow
2 Select the temperature in the oven by |
selecting the temperature (in degrees food manufacturers recommendations
Celsius) printed on the knob. whenever available.
3 ne me all low tet he pre." | There is a temperature conversion chart
| in the next Fan Oven section.
set temperature is reached.
4 Once the temperature has been reached,
the amber light will go off and then cycle
on and off to maintain the pre-set
temperature.
e Take care when opening the door. Let
steam and hot air escape before
removing the food.
Cooking
Food temperature °C Time Shelf position
Beef 170-180 30 mins per 450g +30 mins 1
Lamb 180-190 30 mins per 450g + 30 mins 1
Pork 170-190 40 mins per 450g + 40 mins 1
Poultry 170-190 25-30 mins per 450g + 25 mins 1
Casseroles 140-160 1.5-2 hours dependent on quantity 1
Fruit cake 140-160 Time dependent on size 1-2
Small cakes 160-180 20-25 mins 2
Victoria sandwich 160-180 20-25 mins 1
Please note that times and temperatures in this book are for guidance only.
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operating the main oven (multifunction)-(LHS)
Don't touch the heating elements or other
parts that may become hot when the oven
is in use children must be kept away!
The timer controlled only this oven part.
Warning
The clock controls the oven heating elements
and the current time of day must be set
before the oven will operate.
1 Turn the oven on by rotating the oven control
knob to desired position.
2 Select the temperature in the oven by selecting
the temperature (in degrees Celsius) printed
on the control panel.
3 The amber temperature indicator light on the
control panel will glow until the pre-set
temperature set is reached.
4 Once the temperature has been reached, the
amber light will go off and then cycle on and
off to maintain the pre-set temperature.
Ensure you stand back from the appliance
when opening the oven door to allow any
build up of steam or heat to escape.
e Check food is thoroughly cooked and is piping
hot.
® А5 а fan oven heats up more quickly and
generally cooks food at a lower temperature
than a conventional oven, preheating the oven
Is often unnecessary. However, food such as
bread, scones, Yorkshire pudding, do benefit
from being placed in a pre-heated oven.
In models with Telescopic shelf
(sliding rack)
Telescopic shelf is located on the shelf rack.
Telescopic shelf should be used with inner rack.
This system provide easy acces to food in the
trays. Ensure that the telescopic shelf pins and
corner section of rack are connected correctly.
Important
Level 1 is the
bottom level in the
oven.
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The stages of the function selection knob
Fan and oven lamp are on.
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Fan and ring heater are on.
The hot air is distributed evenly and quickly
all over the oven by the fan. Suitable
when several levels are used for the
preparation of food.
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In this position you can cook by operating
the bottom resistance and turbo fan
according to the characteristics of the meal
you cook.
Top and bottom heaters are on.
The food is heated equally from the top
at the bottom. Suitable e.g. for cakes
in baking moulds and casseroles.
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Top and bottom heaters with fan are
on.
The food 1s heated equally from the top
at the bottom. Therefore, we
recommend to cook food which has the
same cooking temperature at the same
time. Suitable e.g. for cakes in baking
moulds and casseroles.
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Top heater with fan are on.
You can use this position to fry to top of
your meal better.
Grill
Before performing grilling, make sure to
oil the grill with cooking oil.
Cooking table
SHELF POSITIONS THERMOSTAT COOKING TIME
POSITION (min)
FOODS 5
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Short bread 24-26 cm bread mould 2 3 2 170-180 20-30 15-25 25-35
Cake in tin 18-22 cm cake mould 2 3 2 170-180 20-30 20-30 25-35
Cookie Baking sheet 3 3 3 170-190 20-25 20-30 25-35
Pastry Baking sheet 3 3 3 180-190 30-40 35-45 40-50
[1 :190
Yeasted dough Big tray 3 3 3 190-200 30-35 25-35 35-45
I :200
Biscuits Cooking sheet 3 3 3 170-180 15-20 15-25 20-30
Cake Baking sheet 3 3 3 170-180 25-35 20-30 25-35
Lasagne Lasagne dish 3 3 3 170-180 35-45 35-45 40-50
Pizza Baking sheet 3 3 3 200-220 25-30 20-30 30-35
Roast beef Roasting dish 3 3 3 230(15 min) 105-115 90-120 110-120
Lamb shoulder Roasting dish 3 3 3 230(15 min) 65-85 65-80 70-90
Roasted chicken Roasting dish 3 3 3 230(15 min) 55-69 55-65 60-70
Roasted turkey (5,5 kg) | Baking sheet 3 3 3 230(25 min) 175-230 170-220 180-240
Fish Roasting dish 3-4 3 3 200 10-20 15-20 15-25
Important Shelf position (In fan Fan with turbo heater
For roast meats start with highest thermostat level and decrease
to 150°C after 15 minutes.
* The values listed in the table are the results obtained from
laboratory testing.
e You may find different flavours of the food according to your
own cooking and usage practices.
® |f you wish, you can add the time it takes to pre-heat the oven
to the values listed in the table.
with Turbo heater oven) OJ Top and bottom heater
For3trays:1-3-5 —
For 2 trays : 3 - 5 (Æ] Top / bottom heater & fan
For 1 tray :3
Temperature conversion
The oven temperature control knob is marked in degrees
Celsius (sometimes called Centigrade). This chart will help
when recipes show *F or use descriptive terms (as
recommended by the Association of Manufacturers of
Domestic Electrical Appliances).
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operating the grill (LHS)
ee 150
When the door is fully open, it remains tilted
slightly, so that any spillage will be directed
away from you.
* Open the door.
e Turn the grill on by rotating the oven control
knob to (J (grill setting) position.
e Set the grill control to maximum temperature
in the oven.
e Apply oll on the grill tray rack to prevent
meat from sticking on the bars.
e For easy cleaning put some water in it.
e Ensure the food is correctly positioned under
the grill element.
* Food which reguires browning only should
be placed under the hot grill, either in the grill
pan. The grill pan wire grid can be removed.
* Do not line the grill pan with aluminium foil.
As this will result in an increase in temperatures
a risk of fire/ damage to your appliance.
e Do not switch on the grill when using the
compartment for storage.
e During grilling constant supervision is
required.
e Close the door.
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operating the fan oven (RHS)
1 Turn the oven on by rotating the oven
control knob clockwise.
2 Select the
temperature in )
the oven by © =
selecting the LB
temperature (in
degrees Celsius) a 100
printed on the e
FAN OVEN
control panel. 200" 180" *
150
3 The amber temperature indicator light on
the control panel will glow until the pre-
set temperature Is reached.
4 Once the temperature has been reached,
the amber light will go off and then cycle
on and off to maintain the pre-set
temperature.
5 DEFROST FUNCTION
For defrost function, align knob indicator
with defrost symbol (Fan/lamp icon).
NOTE: DO NOT TURN KNOB PAST THIS
POSITION FOR DEFROST AS FAN ELEMENT
WILL BE ACTIVATED.
Ensure you stand back from the
appliance when opening the oven door
to allow any build up of steam or heat
to escape.
e Check food is thoroughly cooked and is
piping hot.
e As a fan oven heats up more quickly and
generally cooks food at a lower
temperature than a conventional oven,
preheating the oven is often unnecessary.
However, food such as bread, scones,
Yorkshire pudding, do benefit from being
placed in a pre-heated oven.
Plate warming rack
Please be sure that plate warming rack is
mounted to the inner rack (see fig.).
Shelf positions
Important
Level 1 is the bottom level in the oven.
Recommended cooking levels:
For 1 tray use 6th level.
For 2 trays use 4 and 6th levels.
For 3 trays homogeneous cooking use
2-4-6 levels.
For 4 trays cooking use 2-4-6-8 levels. For
8 th level please cook more than 2-4-6
trays.
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Fan oven temperature chart Description Celsius °C Fahrenheit °F
This chart is for guidance only, follow Cool 50 140
food manufacturers recommendations 70 158
whenever available. 80 176
100 212
Temperature conversion 110 230
The oven temperature control knob is Slow 120 248
marked in degrees Celsius (sometimes called 140 284
Centigrade). This chart will help when 150 302
recipes show °F or use descriptive terms (as Fairly hot 160 320
recommended by the Association of 180 356
Manufacturers of Domestic Electrical Hot 190 374
Appliances).
200 392
Very hot 220 428
230 446
240 464
250 482
260 500
270 518
Cooking
Food temperature °C Time Shelf position
Beef 160-180 20-25 mins per 450g +20 mins 4
Lamb 160-180 25 mins per 450g + 25 mins 4
Pork 160-180 25 mins per 450g + 25 mins 4
Poultry up to 4kg (8lbs) 160-180 18-20 mins per 450g + 20 mins 4
Poultry up to 5.5kg (12lbs) 150-160 14-16 mins per 450g + 20 mins 4
Casseroles 140-150 1.5-2 hours dependent on quantity 4
Fruit cake 130-140 Time dependent on size 6
Small cakes 160-180 20-25 mins 6
Victoria sandwich 160-180 20-25 mins 6
Important
The values specified have been determined in the
laboratory tests.
For all type of cooking, 10 minutes preheating is
required for increasing cooking performance.
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operating the clock/programmer
Important
Before using the oven the clock time must be set. If
the clock time is not set, the oven will not work.
many
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Set time
1. Pull the button 1 slightly towards yourself, twist
and keep it clockwise lightly until the time of the day
is adjusted and release it.
» The time will be set.
Important
Never twist against the counterclockwise while
the button is pulled.
Important
The maximum time to be set for the end of
the cooking process is 180 minutes. In case
of power cut, program will be canceled. Reprogram
is needed.
Turning on the manuel (continuous operation)
operating mode
In this operating mode, oven operates continuously
until it is turned off manually. Oven must be turned
off manually.
Timer does not cut the power in manual
(continuous) mode.
1. Turn button 2 in clockwise until 0 appears on the
cooking time display.
2. Pull button 2 towards yourself slightly and align
start cooking pointer (orange) 3 with hour hand (6).
3. Release button 2 and turn clockwise to MN symbol
on (7) cooking time display.
4. Place your dish in the oven.
5. Select operation mode and temperature.
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. Clock/cook time setting knob
. Start time setting knob
. Start of cooking (Orange)
. Minute hand (Gold)
. Minute minder (Yellow)
. Hour hand (Gold)
. Cooking time window
Interrupting the cooking process
When the cooking is over,
1. Turn the function button and temperature button to
off (upper) position.
2. Turn button 2 clockwise until 0 appears on the cooking
time display.
Turning on full automatic operation mode
In this operation mode, you can specify the time that
the oven will be turned on/off.
1. Turn button 2 clockwise until 0 appears on the cooking
time display.
2. Pull button 2 towards yourself slightly and adjust the
cooking start time with the start cooking pointer (orange)
3.
3. Release button 2.
4. Turn button 2 clockwise to adjust the cooking time
in cooking time display (7).
5. Place your dish in the oven.
6. Select operation mode and temperature.
» Power cuts off automatically and audio warning is
heard at the end of cooking.
7. Turn button 2 clockwise until 0 appears on the cooking
time display as soon as the cooking is completed and
alarm signal is heard.
8. Turn off the oven using temperature button and/or
function button.
Turning on semi-automatic operation mode
Clock/cook time setting knob
Start time setting knob
Start of cooking (Orange)
Minute hand (Gold)
Minute minder (Yellow)
Hour hand (Gold)
Cooking time window
N OY our A WIN —
In this operation mode, you can specify the time that
the oven will be turned off.
1. Turn button 2 clockwise until 0 appears on the cooking
time display.
2. Turn button 2 clockwise to adjust the cooking time
in cooking time display (7).
3. Place your dish in the oven.
4. Select operation mode and temperature.
» Power cuts off automatically and audio warning is
heard at the end of cooking.
5. Turn button 2 clockwise until 0 appears on the cooking
time display as soon as the cooking is completed and
alarm signal is heard.
6. Turn off the oven using temperature button and/or
function button.
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How to use the alarm clock
In addition to using the timer for cooking, it can be also
used as a reminder or an alarm clock.
As soon as the defined period of time has expired, the
alarm clock will emit a signal. The alarm clock has no
influence on the functions of the oven.
Important
The maximum alarm time can be 55 minutes.
Setting the alarm clock
1. Turn button 1 to right or left and adjust the alarm
pointer (yellow) 5 on the dial.
» Alarm will be heard at the end of the set time.
Turning off the alarm
1. As soon as the alarm is heard, turn button 1 to
right or left to move the alarm pointer (yellow) 5 onto
the & alarm symbol.
care & cleaning
Turn OFF at the mains before cleaning.
* Before switching on again ensure that all controls
are in the OFF position.
* Make sure that the oven, grill and hobs are
sufficiently cool before you start cleaning.
e Never mix different cleaning products as different
active ingredients may react with unforeseen
results.
Exterior
Use a damp cloth to clean the outside. Never use
any sharp instruments, abrasive household cleaner,
or detergents for cleaning. For hard stains use suitable
washing liquid.
Burners
The pan supports can be removed and the top burner
plate can be cleaned with soapy water and rinsed
with a dry cloth.
Wash and rinse the gas burner caps and the pan
supports with soapy water. Never wash them in
a dishwasher. For the dirt and stains on the burner
heads that does not wash off, use a proprietary
metal surface cleaner.
Hob surround
Clean with a cloth wrung out in soapy water.
Stubborn stains can be removed with a cream, paste
or liquid cleaner. Check that the cleaning agent used
Is approved by the Vitreous Enamel Development
Council.
Control panel
Wipe over the control panel with a damp cloth
and polish with a dry cloth. Do not use oven cleaners
or aerosols, scouring pads or abrasive powder for
cleaning the plastic knobs or end caps as damage
will occur. Do not attempt to remove any of the
control knobs from the panel as this may cause
damage and is a safety hazard.
Grill interior
Wipe the grill elements with a damp cloth (ensuring
they are sufficiently cool first) to remove any fat
splashes. This will prevent fumes from any fat being
burned off when the cooker is next used.
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Oven interior
Remove the rod shelves |
for washing in the sink.|
Use a fine steel wool |
soap pad for removing
stubborn stains from
the rod shelves and
floor of the oven. Take care during cleaning not to
damage, bend or dislodge from the surrounding clips
the thermostat sensor which is located at the top right
hand side of the oven.
Catalytic liners should never require cleaning if very
hot temperatures are used regularly.
If your oven contains a
steel rack; To clean the steel
rack, unscrew the 4 screws.
After cleaning, assemble the
steel rack back to the oven body
again.
Grill / Oven doors
Wipe over the door outer panels with a cloth wrung
out in hot soapy water, then after wiping with a cloth
wrung out in clean water, dry with a soft clean cloth.
Do not use scouring pads or abrasive powder which
may scratch the surface. Take care during cleaning not
to damage or distort the door seal. Ensure that the door
seal is dry after cleaning. Do not lift the door seal.
The door is secured by screws please check the
assembly. Clean as above, but do not use household
detergents, bleach, scouring pads or rust removers.
Reinstall the glass panels carefully preventing sudden
shocks.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers
to clean the oven door glass since they can scratch the
surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
* For main oven: The inner glass is low emissive
glass for maximum efficiency and the printed
surface must face outwards.
trouble shooting
If the cooker does not work
If the appliance does not operate check whether:
d
The power supply is on.
The fuse has blown/circuit breaker has
tripped/main distribution switch has been
turned off.
The temperature control has been set correctly.
The main oven will not light has the clock
been set.
Check your electric power supply earthing
system.
This cooker must be earthed if in doubt consult
a qualified electrician.
If the appliance is still not operating after the
bove checks, please refer to the section on how
to obtain service.
Please ensure that the above checks have
been made as a charge will be made if no fault
is found.
Performance characteristics when in use
When using your appliance for the
first few times, an odour and/or
smoke may be emitted which is
normal - see page 10.
It is normal for the metal parts to produce
noise when in use, this is due to expansion
and contraction.
When in use, steam may be produced which
IS normal and not a fault of the cooker.
At the end of a cooking session, it is normal
to have a momentary puff of steam when the
oven door is opened. This should disperse in
a few seconds.
If, whilst cooking, steam produced comes in
to contact with cool surface’s on the outside
of the appliance, it will condense and produce
water droplets. This is quite normal and is not
a fault.
replacing the oven lamp
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched
off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility
of electric shock.
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Switch off at the mains.
1 Remove the glass cover of the lamp by
turning it anti-clockwise.
2 Remove the bulb by turning it anti-clockwise.
3 After installing the correct bulb, reinstall the
glass cover.
Replacement light bulbs can be easily obtained
from a good local electrical or DIY store.
future transportation
Keep the original carton and other packaging
material in a safe place. Transport the cooker
in its original carton. Follow the instructions
that are printed on the carton.
To prevent the accessories inside the oven
from damaging the oven door, tape a strip of
cardboard onto the inside of the oven door
that lines up with the position of the trays.
Tape the oven door to the side walls.
If you do not have the original carton
Take the necessary precautions in order to
prevent the exterior panels, and the glass
surfaces of the oven from being damaged.
Pack the oven in bubble wrap or thick
cardboard and tape it securely in order to
prevent damage during transportation.
The oven must be transported upright. Do
not place other items on the top of the cooker.
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Recycling
| This product bears the selective
sorting symbol for waste electrical
and electronic equipment (WEEE).
This means that this product must
be handled pursuant to European
Directive 2002/96/EC in order to
be recycled or dismantled to minimize its
impact on the environment.
For further information, please contact your
local or regional authorities.
Electronic products not included in the selective
sorting process are potentially dangerous for
the environment and human heath due to
the presence of hazardous substances.
guarantee
Your Cooker is guaranteed against the cost of
breakdown repairs for twelve months from the date of
the original purchase.
Important notes
Your Leisure Consumer Product is designed and built
for domestic household use only.
What is covered?
Repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials,
defective components or manufacturing defects.
The cost of functional replacement parts, but excluding
consumable items.
The labour cost of a Leisure Consumer Products
approved repairer to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
Transit, delivery or accidental damage or misuse and
abuse.
Cabinet or appearance parts, including knobs, flaps,
handles or container lids.
Accessories or consumable items including but not
limited to filters and light bulbs.
Repairs required as a result of unauthorized repair or
inexpert installation that fails to meet the requirements
contained in the user instruction book.
Repairs to products used on commercial or non-
residential household premises.
The guarantee will be void if the product is installed
or used in commercial or non-residential domestic
household premises.
The product must be correctly installed, located and
operated in accordance with the instructions contained
in the User Instruction Booklet provided.
Professional installation by a qualified Electrical Domestic
Appliance Installer is recommended for all Washing
Machines, Dishwashers, Electric Cookers and Cooker
Hoods.
Gas Cookers must only be installed by a CORGI ( or
BORD GAIS) registered Gas Installer.
The guarantee is given only within the boundaries of
the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.
The guarantee is applicable only to new products and
is not transferable if the product is resold.
Leisure Consumer Products disclaims any liability for
incidental or consequential damages.
The guarantee does not diminish your statutory or legal
rights.
Please keep your purchase receipt or other proof of purchase in a safe place; you will need to have
it should the product require attention under guarantee.
You should also complete the details below; it will help us assist you when requesting service. (The
model is printed on the Instruction Booklet and Serial Number is printed on the Rating Label affixed to
the appliance)
Model No:
Retailer:
Serial No:
Date of purchase:
For service under guarantee simply telephone the appropriate number below
UK Mainland & Northern Ireland
Fridges & Freezers
0845 600 4903
Republic of Ireland
All Refrigeration, 01862 34 11
0845 600 4921
0845 600 4921
0845 600 4906
Electric Cookers
Gas & Dual Fuel Cookers
Washing Machines & Dishwashers
All Cookers,
Washing Machines
& Dishwashers
Before requesting service please check the trouble-shooting guide in the Operating
Instructions as a charge may be levied where no fault is found even though
your product may still be under guarantee.
Service once the manufacturer's guarantee has expired
If you have purchased an extended guarantee please refer to the instructions contained within the
extended guarantee agreement document. Otherwise please call the appropriate number above where
service can be obtained at a charge.
Should you experience any difficulty in obtaining service please contact the Leisure Consumer Products
Customer Help-Line.
Tel: 0845 600 4911 e-mail: service@leisurecp.co.uk
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