CDA SV980 Specification

CDA SV980 Specification
90 cm
ELECTRIC OVENS
Instructions for the use - Installation advices
KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE
Before operating this oven,
please read these instructions carefully
Dear Customer,
Thank you for having purchased and given your preference to our
product.
The safety precautions and recommendations within this booklet
are for your own safety and that of others. They will also provide
a means by which to make full use of the features offered by your
appliance.
Please preserve this booklet carefully. It may be useful in future,
either to yourself or to others in the event that doubts should arise
relating to its operation.
This appliance must be used only for the task it has explicitly
been designed for, that is for cooking foodstuffs. Any other form
of usage is to be considered as inappropriate and therefore
dangerous.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event of
damage caused by improper, incorrect or illogical use of the
appliance.
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DECLARATION OF CE CONFORMITY
– This oven has been designed to be used only for cooking. Any other use (such as
heating a room) is improper and dangerous.
– This oven has been designed, constructed, and marketed in compliance with:
- safety requirements of EU Directive “Low voltage” 2006/95/EC;
- safety requirements of EU Directive “EMC” 2004/108/EC;
- requirements of EU Directive 93/68/EEC.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT IN
ACCORDANCE WITH EC DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC.
(for European Union countries only)
At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as
urban waste. It must be taken to a special local authority differentiated
waste collection centre or to a dealer providing this service.
Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible
negative consequences for the environment and health deriving from
inappropriate disposal and enables the constituent materials to be
recovered to obtain significant savings in energy and resources. As a
reminder of the need to dispose of household appliances separately,
the product is marked with a crossed-out wheeled dustbin.
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BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
– Read the instructions carefully before installing and using the appliance.
– After unpacking the appliance, check that it is not damaged. In case of doubt, do
not use the appliance and contact your supplier or a qualified engineer.
– Remove all the packing materials (i.e. plastic bags, polystyrene foam, etc.) and do
not leave it around within easy reach of children, as these may cause serious injuries.
The packaging materials are recyclable.
– Do not attempt to modify the technical characteristics of the appliance, as it may
become dangerous to use.
– The appliance should be installed and all the electrical connections made by a
qualified engineer in compliance with local regulations in force and following the
manufacturer's instructions.
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE OF ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
Use of any electrical appliance implies the necessity to follow a series of fundamental
rules. In particular:
– never touch the appliance with wet hands or feet;
– do not operate the appliance barefooted;
– do not allow children or disabled people to use the appliance without your
supervision.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damages caused by improper,
incorrect or unreasonable use of the appliance.
USING THE OVEN FOR THE FIRST TIME
You are advised to carry out the following operations:
– Assemble the interior of the oven as described under the heading “Cleaning and
maintenance”.
– Switch the empty oven ON at maximum temperature for about two hours to eliminate traces of grease and smell from the components.
– Let the oven cool down, switch off the electrical supply, then clean the inside of the
oven with a cloth soaked in water and neutral detergent and dry thoroughly.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS & RECOMMENDATIONS
– Do not carry out any cleaning or maintenance without first disconnecting the
appliance from the electrical supply.
– During and after use of the oven, certain parts will become very hot. Do not touch
hot parts.
– After use always ensure that the control knobs are in the OFF position (“0”, “O” or
“●”).
– Household appliances are not intended to be played with by children.
– Keep children away from the oven during use.
– Children, or persons with a disability which limits their ability to use the appliance,
should have a responsible person to instruct them in its use. The instructor should
be satisfied that they can use the appliance without danger to themselves or their
surroundings.
– WARNING
When correctly installed, your product meets all safety requirements laid down for
this type of product category. However special care should be taken around the rear
or the underneath of the appliance as these areas are not designed or intended to
be touched and may contain sharp or rough edges, that may cause injury.
– Fire Risk! Do not store inflammable materials inside the oven.
– Always use oven gloves when removing the shelves and food trays from the oven
whilst hot.
– Clean the oven regularly and do not allow fat or oils to build up in the oven base or
trays. Remove spillages as soon as they occur.
– Do not line the oven walls with aluminium foil. Do not place baking trays or the drip
tray on the base of the oven chamber.
– Always stand back from the oven when opening the oven door to allow steam and
hot air to escape before removing the food.
– Do not hang towels, dishcloths or other items on the oven or its handle – as this
could be a fire hazard.
– Make sure that electrical cords connecting other appliances in the proximity cannot
become entrapped in the oven door.
– Before disposing of an unwanted appliance, it is recommended that it is made
inoperative and that all potentially hazardous parts are made harmless.
– Important: This appliance has been designed for domestic use only. The appliance
is NOT suitable for use within a semi-commercial, commercial or communal
environment.
– Safe food handling: leave food in the oven for as short a time as possible before
and after cooking. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may cause
food poisoning. Take particular care during warmer weather.
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CONTROL PANEL
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11
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Fig. 1.2
CONTROL PANEL
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Fig. 1.1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
A
Oven thermostat knob
Function selector knob
Power on indicator lamp
Oven temperature indicator lamp
Clock and timer with “Touch-Control” keys
Electronic clock
Electronic clock/end cooking timer
Electronic programmer
60’ alarm
120’ alarm
Timer (120’ cut-off)
Fig. 1.3
Fig. 1.4
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OVEN VERSIONS
NATURAL CONVECTION MODELS
Function
selector
knob
Fig. 2.1a
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the conventional
oven are obtained:
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper
and lower heating elements.
b. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra red
grill element.
Note: The oven functions may be represented
by different (similar) symbols
GENERAL FEATURES
This oven features 2 different thermostatic control functions to satisfy all
cooking requirements, provided by 3
heating elements:
The input of the elements is:
- Upper element,
1200 W
- Lower element,
1750 W
- Grill element,
2850 W
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate
the oven at the maximum temperature
for 60 minutes in the position
to eliminate possible traces of grease on the
heating elements.
Repeat the operation for another 15 minutes with the grill element on as
explained in the chapters TRADITIONAL
GRILLING and USE OF THE GRILL.
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NATURAL CONVECTION (WITH ROTISSERIE) MODELS
Function
selector
knob
Fig. 2.1b
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the conventional
oven are obtained:
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper
and lower heating elements.
b. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra red
grill element.
Note: The oven functions may be represented
by different (similar) symbols
GENERAL FEATURES
This oven features 4 different thermostatic control functions to satisfy all
cooking requirements, provided by 3
heating elements:
The input of the elements is:
- Upper element,
1200 W
- Lower element,
1750 W
- Grill element,
2850 W
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate
the oven at the maximum temperature
for 60 minutes in the position
to eliminate possible traces of grease on the
heating elements.
Repeat the operation for another 15 minutes with the grill element on as
explained in the chapters TRADITIONAL
GRILLING and USE OF THE GRILL.
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FAN (WITH GRILL) MODELS
Function
selector
knob
Fig. 2.1c
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the fan oven are
obtained in the following ways:
a. by forced convection
A fan sucks in the air contained in
the oven, which circulates it through
the circular heating element and then
forced back into the oven by the fan.
Before the hot air is sucked back
again by the fan to repeat the
described cycle, it envelops the food
in the oven, provoking a complete
and rapid cooking. It is possible to
cook several dishes simultaneously.
Note: The oven functions may be represented
by different (similar) symbols
GENERAL FEATURES
b. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra red
grill element.
c. by ventilation
The food is defrosted by using the
fan only function without heat.
The heating and cooking in electrical hot
air ovens take place by forced convection.
The two elements which make this process take place are:
- Grill element,
2850 W
- Circular element,
2500 W
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate
the oven at the maximum temperature
for 60 minutes in the position
to eliminate possible traces of grease on the
heating elements.
Repeat the operation for another 15 minutes with the grill element on as
explained in the chapters TRADITIONAL
GRILLING and USE OF THE GRILL.
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PLURIFUNCTION MODELS
Function
selector
knob
Fig. 2.1d
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the PLURIFUNCTION oven are obtained in the following ways:
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper
and lower heating elements.
b. by semi-forced convection
The heat produced by the upper and
lower heating elements is distributed
throughout the oven by the fan.
c. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra-red
grill element.
Note: The oven functions may be represented
by different (similar) symbols
GENERAL FEATURES
As its name indicates, this is an oven
that presents particular features from an
operational point of view.
In fact, it is possible to insert 4 different
programs to satisfy every cooking need.
The 4 positions, thermostatically controlled, are obtained by 3 heating elements which are:
- Upper element,
1200 W
- Lower element,
1750 W
- Grill element,
2850 W
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate
the oven at the maximum temperature
for 60 minutes in the position
to eliminate possible traces of grease on the
heating elements.
Repeat the operation for another 15 minutes with the grill element on as
explained in the chapters TRADITIONAL
10 GRILLING and USE OF THE GRILL.
d. by radiation and ventilation
The radiated heat from the infra-red
grill element is distributed throughout
the oven by the fan.
e. by ventilation
The food is defrosted by using the
fan only function without heat.
MULTIFUNCTION MODELS
Function
selector
knob
Fig. 2.1e
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the MULTIFUNCTION oven are obtained in the following ways:
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper
and lower heating elements.
Note: The oven functions may be represented
by different (similar) symbols
GENERAL FEATURES
As its name indicates, this is an oven
that presents particular features from an
operational point of view.
In fact, it is possible to insert 7 different
programs to satisfy every cooking need.
The 7 positions, thermostatically controlled, are obtained by 4 heating elements which are:
- Upper element,
1200 W
- Lower element,
1750 W
- Grill element,
2850 W
- Circular element,
2500 W
b. by forced convection
A fan sucks in the air contained in
the oven, which circulates it through
the circular heating element and then
forced back into the oven by the fan.
Before the hot air is sucked back
again by the fan to repeat the
described cycle, it envelops the food
in the oven, provoking a complete
and rapid cooking. It is possible to
cook several dishes simultaneously.
c. by semi-forced convection
The heat produced by the upper and
lower heating elements is distributed
throughout the oven by the fan.
d. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra red
grill element.
e. by radiation and ventilation
The radiated heat from the infra red
grill element is distributed throughout
the oven by the fan.
f. by ventilation
The food is defrosted by using the
fan only function without heat.
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate
the oven at the maximum temperature for
60 minutes in the position
and
to
eliminate possible traces of grease on the
heating elements.
Repeat the operation for another 15 minutes with the grill element on as
explained in the chapters TRADITIONAL
GRILLING and USE OF THE GRILL.
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MULTIFUNCTION (WITH ROTISSERIE) MODELS
Function
selector
knob
Fig. 2.1f
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the MULTIFUNCTION oven are obtained in the following ways:
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper
and lower heating elements.
Note: The oven functions may be represented
by different (similar) symbols
GENERAL FEATURES
As its name indicates, this is an oven
that presents particular features from an
operational point of view.
In fact, it is possible to insert 8 different
programs to satisfy every cooking need.
The 8 positions, thermostatically controlled, are obtained by 4 heating elements which are:
- Upper element,
1200 W
- Lower element,
1750 W
- Grill element,
2850 W
- Circular element,
2500 W
NOTE:
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Upon first use, it is advisable to operate
the oven at the maximum temperature for
60 minutes in the position
and
to
eliminate possible traces of grease on the
heating elements.
Repeat the operation for another 15 minutes with the grill element on as
explained in the chapters TRADITIONAL
GRILLING and USE OF THE GRILL.
b. by forced convection
A fan sucks in the air contained in
the oven, which circulates it through
the circular heating element and then
forced back into the oven by the fan.
Before the hot air is sucked back
again by the fan to repeat the
described cycle, it envelops the food
in the oven, provoking a complete
and rapid cooking. It is possible to
cook several dishes simultaneously.
c. by semi-forced convection
The heat produced by the upper and
lower heating elements is distributed
throughout the oven by the fan.
d. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra red
grill element.
e. by radiation and ventilation
The radiated heat from the infra red
grill element is distributed throughout
the oven by the fan.
f. by ventilation
The food is defrosted by using the
fan only function without heat.
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✔
✔
Multifunction (with rotisserie) models
or
Multifunction models
Fig. 3.1
Natural convection (with rotisserie) models
Thermostat
knob
Oven functions
WARNING:
The door is hot, use the handle.
During use the appliance becomes hot.
Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the oven.
Natural convection models
Attention: the oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
Plurifunction models
HOW TO USE THE OVEN
Fan (with grill) models
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Some models only
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THERMOSTAT KNOB
✔
To turn on the heating elements of the
oven, set function selector knob to the
required position and the thermostat
knob to the desired temperature.
To set the temperature, turn the
thermostat control knob indicator mark to
the required temperature.
The elements will turn on or off
automatically which is determined by the
thermostat. The operation of the heating
elements is signalled by a light placed on
the control panel.
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✔
(##)
✔
FUNCTION SELECTOR KNOB
Rotate the knob clockwise to set the
oven to one of the following functions:
(#)
function without using the rotisserie
(##)
function with thermostat knob set to “•” (OFF) 13
NOTE:
DEPENDING ON YOUR MODEL,YOUR
OVEN MAY ONLY HAVE SOME OF
THESE FUNCTIONS (SEE CHAPTER 2
AND TABLE AT PAGE NO. 13).
OVEN LIGHT
By turning the function selector knob to
this setting, the oven lights will illuminate
in the oven cavity.
The oven lights will operate on all selected functions.
TRADITIONAL
CONVECTION COOKING
The upper and lower heating elements
are switched on.
The heat is diffused by natural convection and the temperature must be regulated between 50 °C and the maximum
position with the thermostat knob.
It is necessary to preheat the oven before
introducing the foods to be cooked.
Some models only:
In the
position the rotisserie motor
come on for cooking with the rotisserie.
Recommended for:
For foods which require the same cooking temperature both internally and externally, i. e. roasts, spare ribs, meringue, etc.
LOWER HEATING ELEMENT
In this position only the lower element is
switched on.
Heat is distributed by natural convection. The temperature must be regulated between 50 °C and the maximum
position with the thermostat knob.
Recommended for:
To complete cooking of dishes that
require higher temperature at the bottom.
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UPPER HEATING ELEMENT
In this position only the upper element
is switched on.
Heat is distributed by natural convection. The temperature must be regulated between 50 °C and the maximum
position with the thermostat knob.
Recommended for:
To complete cooking of dishes that
require higher temperature at the top.
TRADITIONAL GRILLING
The infra-red heating element is switched
on. The heat is diffused by radiation.
Use with the oven door closed and the
thermostat knob must be regulated
between 50 °C and 225 °C maximum.
For correct use see chapter “USE OF
THE GRILL”.
Some models only:
In the
position the rotisserie motor
come on for cooking with the rotisserie.
For correct use see chapter “USE OF
THE GRILL”.
Models with rotisserie: for correct use see
chapter “USE OF THE ROTISSERIE”.
Recommended for:
Intense grilling action for cooking with the
broiler; browning, crisping, “au gratin”,
toasting, etc.
VENTILATED GRILL COOKING
DEFROSTING FROZEN FOODS
The infra-red grill and the fan are on.
The heat is mainly diffused by radiation
and the fan then distributes it throughout the oven.
Use with the oven door closed and the
thermostat knob must be regulated
between 50 °C and 225 °C maximum.
It is necessary to preheat the oven for
about 5 minutes.
For correct use see chapter “GRILLING
AND AU GRATIN”.
Only the oven fan is on.
To be used with the thermostat knob in
the off “●” position because the other
positions have no effect.
The defrosting is done by simple ventilation without heat.
Recommended for:
For grill cooking when a fast outside
browning is necessary to keep the juices
in, i. e. veal steak, steak, hamburger, etc.
Recommended for:
To rapidly defrost frozen foods; 1 kilogram requires about one hour.
The defrosting times vary according to
the quantity and type of foods to be
defrosted.
Plurifunction models:
Set the function selector knob to
.
With the thermostat knob in the off “●”
position only the oven fan is on.
CONVECTION COOKING
WITH VENTILATION
The upper and lower heating elements
and the fan turn on.
The heat coming from the top and bottom is diffused by forced convection.
The temperature must be regulated
between 50 °C and the maximum position with the thermostat knob.
Recommended for:
For foods of large volume and quantity
which require the same internal and
external degree of cooking; for ex: rolled
roasts, turkey, legs, cakes, etc.
MAINTAINING TEMPERATURE
AFTER COOKING OR SLOWLY
HEATING FOODS
The upper element and the circular element connected in series, are switched
on; also the fan is on. The heat is diffused by forced convection with the
most part being produced by the upper
element.The temperature must be regulated between 50° and 140 °C with the
thermostat knob.
Recommended for:
To keep foods hot after cooking.
To slowly heat already cooked foods.
HOT AIR COOKING
The circular element and the fan are on.
The heat is diffused by forced convection and the temperature must be regulated between 50 °C and the maximum
position with the thermostat knob.
It is not necessary to preheat the oven.
Recommended for:
For foods that must be well done on the
outside and tender or rare on the inside,
i. e. lasagna, lamb, roast beef, whole
fish, etc.
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COOKING ADVICE
NOTE: DEPENDING ON YOUR MODEL,
YOUR OVEN MAY ONLY HAVE SOME
OF THESE FUNCTIONS (SEE CHAPTER 2 AND TABLE AT PAGE NO. 13).
STERILIZATION
Sterilization of foods to be conserved, in
full and hermetically sealed jars, is done
in the following way:
a. Set the switch to position
or
.
b. Set the thermostat knob to position
185 °C and preheat the oven.
c. Fill the grill pan with hot water.
d. Set the jars into the grill pan making
sure they do not touch each other
and the door and set the thermostat
knob to position 135 °C.
When sterilization has begun, that is,
when the contents of the jars start to
bubble, turn off the oven and let cool.
COOKING DIFFERENT DISHES AT
THE SAME TIME
With the function selector in position
or
, the ventilated oven allows you to cook
different types of food at the same time.
Fish, cakes and meat can be cooked
together without the smells and flavours
mixing.
The only precautions required are the
following:
– The cooking temperatures must be as
close as possible with a maximum difference of 20° - 25°C between the different foods.
– Different dishes must be placed in the
oven at different times according to
the cooking time required for each
one. This type of cooking obviously
provides a considerable saving on
time and energy.
REGENERATION
Set the switch to position
and the
thermostat
knob
to
position
150°
C.
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Bread becomes fragrant again if wet
with a few drops of water and put into
the oven for about 10 minutes.
ROASTING
To obtain classical roasting, it is necessary to remember:
– that it is advisable to maintain a temperature between 180 and 200 °C.
– that the cooking time depends on the
quantity and the type of foods.
USE OF THE GRILL
Leave to warm up for approximately 5
minutes with the door closed.
Place the food inside positioning the
rack as near as possible to the grill.
Insert the drip pan under the rack to
collect the cooking juices.
GRILLING AND “AU GRATIN”
Grilling may be done by selecting grill+fan
setting
with the function selector
knob, because the hot air completely
envelops the food that is to be cooked.
Set the thermostat knob between 50 °C
and 225 °C maximum and after having
preheated the oven, simply place the
food on the grid.
Close the door and let the oven operate until grilling is done.
Adding a few dabs of butter before the
end of the cooking time gives the golden “au gratin” effect.
Always grill with the oven
door closed.
It is recommended that you do not
grill for longer than 30 minutes at
anyone time.
Attention: the oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
The external parts of the oven
become hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
USING THE ROTISSERIE
(MODELS WITH ROTISSERIE ONLY)
1. Prepare the rotisserie support
(fig. 3.2).
• Place the grill tray on the benchtop.
• Insert the supports into the lock
studs.
• Push the supports all the way down
to lock them in firmly.
2. Secure the meat (fig. 3.3).
Important!
Take care, the forks are sharp!
When securing the meat, ensure that:
• The skewer goes through the centre of the meat.
• The forks hold the meat firmly in
place.
• The fork screws are tightened.
• There are no loose or projecting
parts. Poultry should be trussed.
Note: the rotisserie can rotate up to
6 kg of meat.
Lock stud
Fig. 3.2
Rotate the fork screws
to loosen and tighten
Fork
Skewer
Fig. 3.3
3. Position the skewer on the support
(fig. 3.4).
• Place the skewer on the support,
and check that the meat does not
touch the grill tray.
• Twist the handle off. It must not be
left in the oven.
4. Place the rotisserie in the oven
(fig. 3.5).
• Slide the grill tray all the way to the
back on the lower shelf position.
• Push the skewer through the hole
cover on the right-hand wall of the
oven, then insert it fully into the
rotisserie drive hole.
Fig. 3.4
Rotisserie
drive hole
Fig. 3.5
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CLOCK and TIMER with “TOUCH CONTROL” KEYS
Keys:
+
and –
or
and
or
other
equivalent
symbols
Touched simultaneously
(for more than 2 seconds):
• setting the clock;
• setting the timer volume
(by touching once, along
with the “MODE” key);
• to cancel automatic cooking at any time.
Fig. 4.1
Function selection
(touched for more than 2
seconds):
• setting the clock (only
after first connection or
after a power failure);
MODE
• timer;
or
• automatic cooking “dur”
other
(duration) - how long the
equivalent
food will take to cook (by
wording /
touching the “MODE” key
symbol
again);
• automatic cooking “End”
- the time you would like
the oven turns off (by
touching the “MODE” key
two more times);
Illuminated
symbols:
Automatic cooking
completed, oven in
AUTO flashing automatic position but
not set
steady
tion
steady
illumina- Timer in operation
tion
or
or
Increases the number
other
shown on the display
equivalent
symbol
or
or
Decreases the number
other
shown on the display
equivalent
symbol
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still not taking place
flashing Timer being set
+
–
Oven set for automat-
AUTO illumina- ic cooking, cooking
steady
Oven set for manual
illuminacooking
tion
and
AUTO
AUTO Automatic
flashing being set
cooking
steady Oven set for automatillumina- ic cooking, cooking
taking place
tion
AUTO
and
“TOUCH-CONTROL” KEYS
The “touch-control” keys shall be operated by the fingers (just by touching the key).
When using touch controls it is best to use the ball of your finger rather than the tip.
The keys are automatically deactivated:
• 8 seconds after the last selection; the deactivation is indicated by an acoustic signal (“beep”).
To reactivate just touch the “MODE” key or the “+ or
taneously) for more than 2 seconds.
” and “– or
” keys (simul-
SETTING THE CLOCK
When first connected, or after a power failure, the digits and “AUTO” will shown on
the display. To set the clock, touch the “MODE“ key, for more than 2 seconds, and
then the “+ or
” or “– or
” keys.
Important: the oven does not operate, in manual cooking, without first having set
the clock.
To set the clock, with the appliance already connected, touch the “+” or “ ” and “–
or
” keys simultaneously (for more than 2 seconds), then “+ or
” or “– or ”
keys.
Important:
• changing the time will delete any automatic program;
• after setting the clock, the oven starts to operate in the selected function
(manual cooking). The “ ” symbol is steady illuminated.
USING THE TIMER
You can use the timer at any time, even when the oven is not in use.
The timer does not turn the oven off.
The timer can be set for up to 23 hours and 59 minutes.
• To set the timer, touch the “MODE” key for more than 2 seconds (the “ ” symbol
flashes), than the “+ or
” or “– or ” keys.
• After about 8 seconds an acoustic signal (“beep”) will sound confirming the regulation (“ ” symbol steady illuminated).
• To check the remaining time touch the “MODE“ key for more than 2 seconds. If the
remaining time is more than a minute the display will show hours and minutes; if
less than a minute the display will show seconds.
• When the time is up, the timer will beep. Touch the “MODE” key , for more then 2
” or “– or ” key to stop the beep
seconds, to turn it off; or press the “+ or
and than the “MODE” key, for more than 2 seconds, to deactivate the “ ” symbol flashing on the display.
• Turn off the oven manually (function and thermostat knobs in the off position) if the
manual cooking has been completed.
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SETTING THE TIMER VOLUME
You can select from three volume levels.
” and “– or ” keys simultaneously for more than 2 seconds.
• Touch the “+ or
• Touch the “MODE” key; you can read on the display the current timer volume (“ton1”,
“ton2” or “ton3”).
• Touch the “– or ” key to listen or change the timer volume.
• Timer volume activated: the last displayed.
• After about 8 seconds an acoustic signal (“beep”) will sound confirming the volume
setting; then the time of day will be displayed.
AUTOMATIC COOKING
Use automatic cooking to automatically turn the oven on, cook, and then turn the oven
off.
1. Check the clock shows the correct time.
2. Select the function and temperature (function and temperature knobs). The oven will
come on.
3. Decide how long the food will take to cook, allowing time for preheating if necessary.
4. Touch the “MODE” key for more than 2 seconds and then touch again. “dur” will
” and “– or ” keys, set the cooking time.
show (duration). Using the “+ or
5. Decide the time you would like the oven to turn off; touch the “MODE” key for more
than 2 seconds and then touch it two times again. “End” will show. Using the “+
or
” and “– or ” keys, set the cooking time.
Note: while “dur” is displayed you can change to “End” just by touching one time
the “MODE” key (within 8 seconds from the last selection).
If there is time to wait before cooking starts, the current time of day and “AUTO” will
show in the clock display. The oven will switch off but is now set for automatic cooking.
If you are already at home to turn the oven on and only want the oven to turn off
automatically, start cooking as normal, then follow step 4 or step 5 to set a time to
stop the oven.
When automatic cooking starts, “ ” will be displayed and the oven will turn on.
• To see the remaining cook time, follow step 4 up to display “dur” (duration).
• To see the set stop time, follow step 5 up to display “End”.
” and “– or ” keys
• To cancel automatic cooking at any time, touch the “+ or
simultaneously (for more than 2 seconds) and turn the temperature and function
knobs to the off position.
When the stop time is reached, the oven will turn off, the timer will beep and “AUTO”
will flash:
• Touch any key to stop the beeping.
• Touch the “MODE” key, for more than 2 seconds, to return the oven to the manual mode (“ ” symbol steady illuminated on the display).
• Turn the temperature and function knobs to the off position.
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Attention: after a power failure any automatic program is deleted. Turn off the
oven manually.
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ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
The electronic programmer performs the
following functions:
– 24 hours clock with illuminated display
– Timer (up to 23 hours and 59 minutes)
– Program for automatic oven cooking
– Program for semi-automatic oven
cooking.
Description of the buttons:
Time
End of cooking time.
)(
) simultaneously:
Switching to manual
and program reset.
Minus function to decrease the
number shown on the display
or to change the buzzer frequency.
Plus function to increase the
number shown on the display.
A
A - flashing: Programmer in automatic
position but not programmed
A - always illuminated: Programmer in
automatic position with program
inserted.
Automatic cooking taking place.
Timer in operation.
and A flashing: Program error.
Cooking time.
(
Description of the illuminated
symbols:
(The time of day lies between the
calculated cooking start and end
time).
Note:
Select a function by pressing the
respective button and, in 5 seconds, set
the required time with the
/
(
/ ) buttons (“one-hand” operation).
A power cut makes the clock go to zero
and cancels the set programs.
Caution: If the electricity supply is cut
off (the display numbers will flash),
the clock will reset and all the programs entered will be cancelled.
Fig. 5.1
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SETTING TIME OF DAY (fig. 5.2)
The programmer is provided with an
electronic clock with luminous figures
showing the hour and minutes.
The first time the oven is connected up
to the electricity supply and after a
power cut, three zeroes will flash on the
programmer display.
To adjust the time, the two buttons
(
) must be pressed simultaneously and then the button
( ) or
( ) until the correct time is set.
Setting speed automatically increases if
you keep the setting buttons pressed.
Fig. 5.2
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MANUAL OPERATION
To use the oven manually, i.e. without
the programmer, you must cancel the
flashing A by pressing the two buttons
(
) simultaneously (the letter
A will go out and the symbol
will
come on).
CANCELLING A PROGRAMME
If the letter A is not flashing (which
means that a cooking program has
already been set) by pressing the two
buttons
(
) simultaneously
you will cancel the program and switch
to manual.
If the oven is on, you must switch it
off manually.
Fig. 5.3
MINUTE MINDER
AUDIBLE SIGNAL
The minute counter function consists
simply of an acoustic signal which can
be set for a maximum of 23 hours 59
minutes.
The audible signal sounds at the end of
a minute minder cycle or of a cooking
programme for a period of 7 minute.
The signal can be cancelled by pressing any function button.
If the letter A is flashing, press the two
(
) simultaneously.
buttons
(
)
To set the time, press button
and then button
( ) or
( ) until
the required time appears on the display (Fig. 5.4).
The symbol
will come on.
(
) button without
Pressing the
having previously selected a function
the frequency of the signal change. You
can choose from three variations.
The selected signal is audible as long
as the
( ) button is pressed.
Countdown will begin immediately and
can be seen on the display at any time
( ).
by simply pressing button
When the time expires, the symbol
will go out and an intermittent acoustic
signal will come on which can be
switched off by pressing any of the buttons.
Fig. 5.4
Fig. 5.5
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SEMI - AUTOMATIC COOKING
This automatically switches the oven off
after the required cooking time. There
are two methods of semi-automatic
cooking:
1° METHOD: Programming the cooking time (Fig. 5.6)
– Set the cooking time by pressing button
(
) and then button
( )
( )
to move forward or
to move back if you have gone
beyond the required time.
The letter A and the symbol
will
appear.
2° METHOD: Programming the end of
cooking time (Fig. 5.7)
– Set the end of cooking time by pressing button
(
) and then button
( ) to move forward or
( )
to move back if you have gone beyond
the required time.
The letter A and the symbol
will
appear.
Having programmed according to one
of the above methods, set the temperature and function via the function
selector and thermostat knob (see specific chapters).
The oven will come on immediately and
when the set time or programmed end
of cooking time expires, it will automatically switch off.
During cooking the letter A and the symbol
remains on; press button
(
) to display the remaining time until end of
cooking or press button
(
) to display the end of cooking time.
The cooking program can be cancelled
at any time by pressing the two buttons
(
) simultaneously.
At the end of cooking, turn the oven
knob to the off position the
symbol
will go out.
The letter A will flash and the acoustic
signal will come on - this can be
switched off by pressing any of the buttons.
Reset the function selector and thermostat knob and set the programmer to
manual by pressing the two buttons
(
) simultaneously.
Important: Also if oven is turned off
automatically by the programmer,
remember to turn to the off position the
function selector and the thermostat
knob. If not, when pressing two buttons
(
) simultaneously for manual use, the oven will start to operate.
Remember to press the two buttons
(
) simultaneously to be able
to use the oven in manual setting.
A
Fig. 5.6
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A
Fig. 5.7
AUTOMATIC COOKING
To cook in the oven in automatic mode
follow the instructions below:
1. Set the cooking time
2. Set the end of cooking time
3. Set the cooking temperature and
function
These operations are carried out as follows:
1. Set the cooking time by pressing button
(
) and then
(
) to
move forward or
(
) to move
back if you have gone beyond the
required time (fig. 5.8).
The letter A and the symbol
appear.
2. Press button
(
); the cooking
time already added to the clock time
appear.
Set the end of cooking time by pressing button
( ) if you go beyond
the required time, you can go back
by pressing button
( ).
The symbol
go out and the letter A remains on (fig. 5.9).
If during the setting the letter A
begins to flash on the display and the
acoustic signal comes on, this indicates a programming error, i.e. the
cooking cycle has been superimposed on the clock time. In this case
alter the end of cooking time or the
cooking time as above.
3. Set the cooking temperature and
function via the function selector and
thermostat knob (see specific chapters).
The oven is now programmed and
everything will work automatically; the
oven will come on as required and finish cooking at the programmed time.
At the start of the cooking the symbol
appear.
During cooking the letter A and the symbol
remains on; press button
(
) to
display the remaining time until end of
cooking or press button
(
) to display the end of cooking time.
The cooking program can be cancelled at
any time by pressing the two buttons
(
) simultaneously.
At the end of cooking, the oven switch
off, the symbol
go out, the letter A
flash and the acoustic signal come on this can be switched off by pressing any
of the buttons.
Reset the function selector and thermostat knob and set the programmer to
manual by pressing the two buttons
(
) simultaneously.
Important: Also if oven is turned off
automatically by the programmer,
remember to turn to the off position the
function selector and the thermostat
knob. If not, when pressing two buttons
(
) simultaneously for manual use, the oven will start to operate.
Remember to press the two buttons
(
) simultaneously to be
able to use the oven in manual setting.
A
A
Fig. 5.8
Fig. 5.9
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ELECTRONIC CLOCK / END COOKING TIMER
The electronic programmer is a device
with the following functions:
– 24 hours clock with illuminated display
– Timing of oven cooking with automatic switch-off (max. 99 minutes).
ELECTRONIC CLOCK
Upon immediate connection of the oven
or after a mains failure, three zeros will
flash on the programmer panel.
To set the clock it is necessary to push
the
button and then, within 7 seconds, the
( ) or
( ) button until
you have set the correct time.
The clock will show zero after a mains
failure.
Attention: When the programmer display shows three flashing zeros the oven
cannot be switched on.
The oven can be switched on when the
symbol
is shown in the display.
SETTING THE FREQUENCY OF THE
ALARM SOUND
The selection from 3 possibilities of
sound can be made by pressing the
( ) button.
COOKING WITH AUTOMATIC
SWITCH-OFF
The aim of this function is to automatically stop the cooking after a pre programmed time, for a maximum period of
99 minutes.
To set the cooking time, push the
( ) or
( ) button until you obtain
the desired time in the display.
The symbol AUTO will be shown in the
display. Then you adjust the oven thermostat knob according to the required
temperature. The oven will immediately
start to operate and will work for the pre
programmed time. The display shows
the count down. Clock time can be displayed by pressing the
button.
Once the time has elapsed, the oven will
switch off automatically, the symbol AUTO
will go off and an intermittent buzzer, lasting 7 minutes, will start; this can be
stopped by pressing the
( ) button.
Important: Before the buzzer is stopped
switch off the oven manually.
To cancel the cooking program at any
time press the
( ) and
( ) buttons together and release the
( )
button first.
ELECTRONIC ALARM
A
U
T
O
Fig. 6.1
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The programmer can be used as an
alarm only for a maximum period of 99
minutes.
To set the alarm, push the
( ) or
( ) button until you obtain the desired
time in the display. Once the time has
elapsed, an intermittent buzzer, lasting
7 minutes, will start; this can be stopped
by pressing the
( ) button.
Attention: If the oven is switched on
when the buzzer starts, it will be automatically switched off. For it to operate
furtherly you have to stop the buzzer by
pressing the
( ) button.
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ELECTRONIC CLOCK
ELECTRONIC CLOCK (fig. 7.1)
The electronic alarm is a device which
groups the functions of 24 hours clock
with illuminated display and 99 minutes
alarm.
Upon immediate connection of the oven
or after a blackout, three zeros will flash
on the programmer panel.
To set the hour it is necessary to push
the
button and then, within 7 seconds, the
( ) or
( ) button until
you have set the exact hour.
An energy black-out makes the clock
go to zero.
ELECTRONIC ALARM
The alarm program consists only of a
buzzer which may be set for a maximum
period of 99 minutes.
To set the time, push the
( ) or
( ) until you obtain the desired time in
the panel. Having finished the setting,
the
symbol will be lighted and the
countdown will start immediately. At the
end of the time, the
symbol will be
switched off and an intermittent buzzer,
during 7 minutes, will go off; this can be
stopped by pressing the
( ) buttons.
To stop the alarm countdown in any
moment press the
( ) and
( )
buttons together and release the
( )
button first.
SETTING THE FREQUENCY OF THE ALARM
SOUND
The selection from 3 possibilities of
sound can be made by pressing the
( ) button.
Fig. 7.1
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8
TIMER •
TIMER - 120’ CUT-OFF
60’ ALARM
•
120’ ALARM
(fig. 8.1)
0
The function of the timer runs the oven
for a preset time.
1) Starting up.
After setting the function selector and
thermostat to the required mode and
temperature, rotate the timer knob
clockwise until you reach the required
cooking time (max 120 minutes).
Once this time has elapsed, the timer
will return to the “0” position and the
oven will automatically switch off.
10
20
120
110
30
100
40
90
50
80
70
60
Fig. 8.1
2) Manual position.
If the cooking time is longer than two
hours or if you wish to use the oven
manually, switching it off as required,
the knob must be turned to position
.
55
0
5
50
60’ ALARM
(fig. 8.2)
The minute counter is a timed acoustic
warning device which can be set for a
maximum of 60 minutes.
The knob must be rotated clockwise as
far as the 60 minute position and then
set to the required time by rotating it
anticlockwise.
120’ ALARM
15
45
40
20
35
(fig. 8.3)
30
25
Fig. 8.2
110
The minute counter is a timed acoustic
warning device which can be set for a
maximum of 120 minutes.
The knob must be rotated clockwise as
far as the 120 minute position and then
set to the required time by rotating it
anticlockwise.
0
10
100
20
30
90
80
40
70
Fig. 8.3
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10
60
50
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CLEANING and MAINTENANCE
GENERAL ADVICE
Important:
Before any operation of cleaning and maintenance disconnect the appliance from
the electrical supply.
It is advisable to clean when the appliance is cold and especially for cleaning the enamelled parts.
Avoid leaving alkaline or acidic substances (lemon juice, vinegar, etc.) on the surfaces.
Avoid using cleaning products with a chlorine or acidic base.
WARNING
When correctly installed, your product meets all safety requirements laid down for
this type of product category. However special care should be taken around the
rear or the underneath of the appliance as these areas are not designed or intended to be touched and may contain sharp or rough edges, that may cause injury.
INSIDE OF OVEN
The oven should always be cleaned after use when it has cooled down.
The cavity should be cleaned using a mild detergent solution and warm water.
Suitable proprietary chemical cleaners may be used after first consulting with the manufacturers recommendations and testing a small sample of the oven cavity.
Abrasive cleaning agents or scouring pads/cloths should not be used on the cavity
surface.
NOTE: The manufacturers of this appliance will accept no responsibility for damage
caused by chemical or abrasive cleaning.
Let the oven cool down and pay special attention no to touch the hot heating
elements inside the oven cavity.
Do not use a steam cleaner because
the moisture can get into the appliance thus make it unsafe.
Do not store flammable material in
the oven.
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ENAMELLED PARTS
All the enamelled parts must be cleaned with a sponge and soapy water only or other
non-abrasive products.
Dry preferably with a microfibre or soft cloth.
STAINLESS STEEL SURFACES (MODELS WITHOUT ANTI-FINGERPRINT TREATMENT),
ALUMINIUM PARTS AND PAINTED OR SILK-SCREEN PRINTED SURFACES
Clean using an appropriate product. Always dry thoroughly.
IMPORTANT: these parts must be cleaned very carefully to avoid scratching and abrasion. You are advised to use a soft cloth and neutral soap.
STAINLESS STEEL SURFACES WITH ANTI-FINGERPRINT TREATMENT
(SOME MODELS ONLY)
CAUTION: The stainless steel front surfaces used in some ovens are protected with a
Special Lacquer to reduce finger-print marks.
To avoid damaging this lacquer, do not clean the stainless steel with abrasive cleaners or abrasive cloths or scouring pads.
ONLY SOAP/WARM WATER MUST BE USED TO CLEAN THE STAINLESS STEEL
SURFACES.
GLASS CONTROL PANEL (MODELS WITH GLASS CONTROL PANEL)
Clean using an appropriate product.
Always dry thoroughly.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the control
panelsince they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
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.
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OVEN FITTING OUT
MODELS WITH EMBOSSED CAVITY
The oven shelf is provided with a security block to prevent accidental extraction.
It must be inserted operating as per figure 9.1.
To pull it out operate in the inverse order.
MODELS WITH WIRE RACKS
• Assemble the wire racks to the oven
walls using the 2 screws (Fig. 9.3).
In the models with catalytic panels
interpose the catalytic panels A with
the arrow up (Fig. 9.3).
Models with rotisserie: The catalytic
panel with the hole for the rotisserie
must be positioned on the right oven
wall. DO NOT INTERPOSE THE CATALYTIC PANEL WITHOUT THE HOLE
ON THE RIGHT OVEN WALL.
Fig. 9.1
• Slide in, on the guides, the shelf and
the tray (fig. 9.2).
The shelf must be fitted so that the
safety catch, which stops it sliding
out, faces the inside of the oven.
Fig. 9.2
• To dismantle, operate in reverse order.
A
HOLE FOR ROTISSERIE
(SOME MODELS ONLY)
A
Fig. 9.3
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TELESCOPIC SLIDING SHELF SUPPORTS (SUPPLIED WITH SOME MODELS ONLY)
The telescopic sliding shelf supports make it safer and easier to insert and remove the
oven shelf and tray. They stop when they are pulled out to the maximum position.
Important! When fitting the sliding shelf supports, make sure that you fit:
–
–
–
–
The slides to the top wire of a rack. They do not fit on the lower wire.
The slides so that they run out towards the oven door.
Both sides of each pair of shelf slides.
Both sides on the same level.
TO FIX THE SLIDING SHELF SUPPORT ONTO THE SIDE RACKS:
– Screw the side racks onto the oven walls (and the catalytic liners if supplied) (Fig.
9.3)
– Fit the sliding shelf support onto the top wire of a rack and press (Fig. 9.4). You will
hear a click as the safety locks clip over the wire.
Left
Right
Fig. 9.4
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TO REMOVE THE TELESCOPIC SLIDING SHELF SUPPORTS:
– Remove the side racks (and the catalytic liners if supplied) by unscrewing the fixing
screws (Fig. 9.5).
– Lay down the telescopic sliding shelf support and side racks, with the telescopic sliding shelf support underneath.
– Find the safety locks. These are the tabs that clip over the wire of the side rack
(arrow 1 in Fig. 9.6).
– Pull the safety locks away from the wire to release the wire (arrow 2 in Fig. 9.6).
CLEANING THE SLIDING SHELF SUPPORTS
– Wipe the supports with a damp cloth and a mild detergent only.
– Do not wash them in the dishwasher, immerse them in soapy water, or use oven
cleaner on them.
1
2
1
Fig. 9.5
Fig. 9.6
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ADVICE FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE OF CATALYTIC PANELS
(SOME MODELS ONLY)
The catalytic panels are covered with special microporous enamel which absorbs and
does away with oil and fat splashes during normal baking over 200°C.
If, after cooking very fatty foods, the panels remain dirty, operate the oven “idling” on
max temperature for about 30 minutes.
These panels do not require to be cleaned, however it is advised to periodically remove
them from the oven (at least the side panels) and to wash them with tepid soapy water
and then wipe off with a soft cloth.
DO NOT CLEAN OR WASH THEM WITH ABRASIVE PRODUCTS OR WITH PRODUCTS CONTAINING ACIDS OR ALKALIS.
The side panels are reversible and when the catalytic microporous enamel degrades,
they can be turned to the other side.
GREASE FILTER (SOME MODELS ONLY)
• A special screen is provided at the back of the oven to catch grease particles, mainly when meat is being roasted (fig. 9.7).
• When baking pastry etc. this filter should be removed.
• Slide in the grease filter on the back of the oven as in fig. 9.7.
• Clean the filter after any cooking!
The grease filter can be removed for cleaning and should be washed regularly in hot
soapy water.
Always clean the filter after cooking as any solid residues on it might adversely affect
the oven performance.
• Always dry the filter properly before fitting it back into the oven.
Fig. 9.7
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MODELS WITH TILTING GRILL
(fig. 9.8a)
– The grill is secured to the rear wall of the oven on a hinge system that allows it to
be lowered to allow proper access when cleaning the oven ceiling (fig. 9.8a).
– In the front the grill is secured to the ceiling by the hooks A and B.
Unlocking the tilting grill (fig. 9.8b)
Locking the tilting grill (fig. 9.8c)
1. Open the hooks A and B.
2. Gently pull down the grill as shown in
the figure 9.8a.
1. Gently lift up the grill.
2. Close the hooks A and B on the grill
bar.
UNLOCKING THE TILTING GRILL
LOCKING THE TILTING GRILL
A-B
1
A-B
2
2
1
Fig. 9.8b
Fig. 9.8c
A
B
Fig. 9.8a
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REPLACING THE OVEN LAMPS
WARNING: Ensure the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to
avoid the possibility of electric shock.
•
•
•
•
Let the oven cavity and the heating elements to cool down;
Switch off the electrical supply;
Remove the protective cover A (figs. 9.9a - 9.9b);
Unscrew and replace the bulb B with a new one suitable for high temperatures (300°C)
having the following specifications: 220-240V, E14 and same power (check watt power
as stamped in the bulb itself) of the replaced bulb.
• Refit the protective cover A;
Note: Oven bulb replacement is not covered by your guarantee.
B
B
A
A
Fig. 9.9a
A
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Fig. 9.9b
B
B
A
REMOVING AND REPLACING THE INNER DOOR GLASS PANE FOR CLEANING
If you wish to clean the inner glass of the door, make sure you follow the precautions
and instructions very carefully.
Replacing the glass pane and the door incorrectly may result in damage to the oven
and may void your warranty.
IMPORTANT!
• Take care, the oven door is heavy. If you have any doubts, do not attempt to remove
the door.
• Make sure the oven and all its parts have cooled down. Do not attempt to handle
the parts of a hot oven.
• Take extreme care when handling the glass pane. Avoid the edges of the glass bumping against any surface. This may result in the glass shattering.
• Don’t use oven cleaners or any other harsh/abrasive cleaners, cloths, scouring pads,
steel wool or sharp metal scrapers to clean the glass surfaces. These scratch the
glass and may damage its special coating, which in turn could result in the glass
cracking or shattering.
• If you notice any sign of damage on any of the glass panes (such as chipping, or
cracks), do not use the oven. Call your Authorised Service Centre or Customer Care.
• Make sure you replace the glass pane correctly. Do not use the oven without glass
pane correctly in place.
• If the glass pane feels difficult to remove or replace, do not force it. Call your
Authorised Repairer or Customer Care for help.
Note: service visits providing assistance with using or maintaining the oven are not
covered by your warranty.
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REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
The oven door can easily be removed as
follows:
– Open the door to the full extent (fig.
9.10).
– Open the lever A completely on the
left and right hinges (fig. 9.11).
Fig. 9.10
– Hold the door as shown in fig. 9.13.
– Gently close the door (fig. 9.12) until
left and right hinge levers A are
hooked to part B of the door (fig.
9.11).
A
– Withdraw the hinge hooks from their
location following arrow C (fig. 9.14).
B
– Rest the door on a soft surface.
Fig. 9.11
Fig. 9.12
C
Fig. 9.13
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Fig. 9.14
REMOVING THE INNER PANE OF GLASS
The oven door is fitted with no. 2 panes:
- no. 1 outside;
- no. 1 inner.
To clean all panes on both sides it is necessary to remove the inner pane as follows:
REMOVE THE INNER GLASS RETAINER
1. Remove the oven door and place it on a soft surface.
IMPORTANT: The door shall be placed horizontally as per Fig. 9.15.
2. Press down on both tabs to release the glass retainer.
3. Remove the glass retainer.
1
2
2
1
2
Fig. 9.15
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REMOVE THE INNER GLASS PANE
Lift and remove the inner pane slightly, as shown in the figure 9.16.
2
1
Fig. 9.16
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AFTER CLEANING, REPLACE THE INNER GLASS PANE
When replacing the inner glass pane, make sure that:
• you replace the pane correctly, as shown. The pane must be in the position described
below in order to fit into the door and to ensure that the oven operates safely and
correctly
• you take extra care not to bump the edges of the glass against any object or surface
• you do not force the pane into place. If you are experiencing difficulties replacing the
pane, remove it and start the process again from the beginning. If this still does not
help, call Customer Care
• check that you are holding the pane the correct way. You should be able to read the
wording on it as it faces you.
1. Insert the inner glass pane in the uppermost pair of grooves and push it slightly
(arrow 1 in figure 9.17).
2. Gently lower into place (arrow 2 in figure 9.17).
2
Fig. 9.17
1
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REPLACE THE GLASS RETAINER
1. Position the glass retainer, as shown in the figure 9.18. It should sit on the bottom
edge of the outer glass. Check that the clamps M are not deformed or damaged.
2. Gently push the glass retainer back into place. You should be able to hear the tabs
on both sides click as they lock the glass retainer in.
Important !
Make sure the glass retainer is correctly and firmly in place and that the glass
pane is secure.
2
click
M
1
M
1
M
2
click
Fig. 9.18
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REFIT THE DOOR
1. Hold the door firmly (fig. 9.19).
2. Insert the hinge tongues into the slots, making sure that the groove drops into place
as shown in the figure 9.20.
3. Open the door to its full extent.
4. Fully close the levers “A” on the left and right hinges, as shown in the figure 9.21.
5. Close the door and check that it is properly in place.
Fig. 9.19
A
Fig. 9.20
Fig. 9.21
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DO’S AND DO NOT’S
✓ Do always grill with the oven door closed.
✓ Models with grill pan supplied: Do always remove the detachable handles when using
the grill pan.
✓ Do read the user instructions carefully before using the oven for the first time.
✓ Do allow the oven to heat for about two hours, before using for the first time, in
order to burn off any protective oils.
✓ Do clean your oven regularly.
✓ Do remove spills as soon as they occur.
✓ Do always use oven gloves when removing food shelves and trays from the oven.
✓ Do not allow children near the oven when in use.
✓ Do not allow fat or oils to build up in the oven trays, grill pan or oven base.
✓ Do not place cooking utensils or plates directly onto the oven base.
✓ Do not grill food containing fat without using the grid.
✓ Do not cover the grilling grid with aluminium-foil.
✓ Do not use the oven tray for roasting.
✓ Do not clean the oven without first turning off the electricity supply and allow to
cool.
✓ Do not place hot enamel parts in water. Leave them to cool first.
✓ Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, saltwater, lemon or tomato juice to remain in contact with enamel parts.
✓ Do not use abrasive cleaners or powders that will scratch the surface of the enamel.
✓ Do not attempt to repair the internal workings of your oven.
✓ Do not line the oven walls with aluminium foil. Do not place baking trays or the drip
tray on the base of the oven chamber.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
The product should only be used for its intended purpose which is for the cooking of
domestic foodstuffs.
Under no circumstances should any external covers be removed for servicing or maintenance except by suitably qualified personnel.
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ADVICE
for the
INSTALLER
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10
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT
The appliance should be installed by a QUALIFIED INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN.
The appliance must be installed in compliance with regulations in force.
The walls surrounding the oven must be made of heat-resistant material.
Caution: Do not lift this oven by the door handle
The oven can be fitted in standard units, width 90 cm and depth 60 cm.
Installation requires a compartment as illustrated in figures 10.1 and 10.2.
On the lover side, the oven must lay on supports standing the oven weight.
min.
860
480
467
478
853
m
896
54
22
Fig. 10.1
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4
5
in.
50
WARNING
When correctly installed, your product meets all safety requirements laid down for
this type of product category.
However special care should be taken around the rear or the underneath of the
appliance as these areas are not designed or intended to be touched and may
contain sharp or rough edges, that may cause injury.
min.
900
min.
860
480
467
478
853
m
896
54
5
in.
50
4
22
Fig. 10.2
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FIXING THE OVEN
Introduce the oven into the furniture opening and fix it with 4 screws (not supplied) as
figure 10.3. It is essential that the oven rests on a surface which will support its weight,
as the screw fixing is only complementary.
Adjust the hinges of furniture doors adjacent to the oven to allow a 4-5 mm gap
between the furniture door and the oven frame.
Fig. 10.3
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OVEN DOOR
LOWER TRIM
AIR FLOW
Fig. 10.4
IMPORTANT:
To avoid damage to the lower trim please note the following instructions.
The lower trim is designed to allow for good air circulation and the correct opening of
the oven door.
To ensure the trim is not damaged due to the appliance being placed on the floor, the
appliance should be suitably supported as in above illustrations.
After installation the appliance door should be slowly opened to ensure no damage has
occurred.
No responsibility for lower trim damage will be accepted if these instructions have
not been followed.
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11
ELECTRICAL SECTION
Before effecting any intervention
on the electrical parts the appliance must be disconnected from
the network.
GENERAL
– The connection to the electrical network must be carried out by qualified
personnel and must be according to
existing norms.
– The appliance must be connected to
the electrical network verifying above
all that the voltage corresponds to the
value indicated on the specifications
plate and that the cables section of
the electrical plant can bear the load
which is also indicated on the plate.
– If the appliance is supplied without a
power supply plug and if you are not
connecting directly to the mains, a
standardized plug suitable for the load
must be fitted.
– The colours of the wires in the appliance power cable may not correspond with the colours marked on the
terminals of your electrical plug. The
plug should always be wired as follows:
● connect the green/yellow wire to
the terminal marked with the letter
E or the earth symbol or coloured
green/yellow;
● connect the blue wire to the terminal marked with the letter N or
coloured black;
● connect the brown wire to the terminal marked with the letter L or
coloured red.
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– The bi-polar plug must be connected
to an outlet connected to the grounding unit in conformity to security norms.
– If the oven is to be connected directly to the mains, it must be placed with
an omnipolar switch with minimum
opening between the contacts of 3
mm between the appliance and the
mains.
– The power supply cable must not
touch the hot parts and must be positioned so that it does not exceed
75°C at any point.
– Once the oven has been installed, the
switch or socket must always be
accessible.
– If the power supply cable is damaged
it must be substituted by a suitable
cable available in the after sales service.
N.B. For connection to the mains, do
not use adapters, reducers or branching devices as they can cause overheating and burning.
If the installation requires alterations to
the domestic electrical system call an
expert.
He should also check that the socket
cable section is suitable for the power
absorbed by the appliance.
The connection of the appliance to
the grounding unit is mandatory.
The manufacturer declines every
responsability for any inconvenience resulting from the inobservance of this condition.
CONNECTION OF THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE
Unhook the terminal board cover by inserting a screwdriver into the two hooks “A”
(fig. 11.1).
Open the cable gland by unscrewing screw “F” (fig. 11.2), unscrew the terminal screws
and remove the cable.
The new supply cable, of suitable type and section, is connected to the terminal board
following the diagram of fig. 11.3.
WARNING: If the power supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced only by an
authorised service agent in order to avoid a hazard.
FEEDER CABLE SECTION TYPE HO5RR-F
3 x 1,5 mm2
220-240 V
F
Fig. 11.2
220-240 V
L1
N (L 2 )
PE
A
Fig. 11.1
Fig. 11.3
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Descriptions and illustrations in this booklet are given as simply indicative. The manufacturer reserves
the right, considering the characteristics of the models described here, at any time and without notice,
to make eventual necessary modifications for their construction or for commercial needs.
Cod. 1103309 - ß5
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