Stoves Richmond, Richmond 900DFT Datasheet

Stoves Richmond, Richmond 900DFT Datasheet
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Please note the cooling fan fitted to this appliance is an integral part of its safety
and functionality.
When the appliance is installed care must be taken that the cooling fans performance is not impeded by any objects coming into contact with it. (Installation
pipes, leads etc)
Care must also be taken that there is sufficient air flow at the rear of the appliance for the cooling fan to run at its optimum efficiency. (Particularly Built In
appliances) See clearance dimensions in the installation section of the booklet.
During use the Appliance must never be disconnected from the Mains supply as
this will seriously affect the safety and performance of the appliance, particularly
in relation to surface temperatures becoming hot and gas operated parts not
working efficiently.
The cooling fan is designed to run on after the control knob has been switched
off to keep the front of the appliance and the controls cool until the appliance
has naturally cooled itself.
Our Warranty
Should you need it . . . .
Inside the paperwork which has come with this appliance,
there is a leaflet and card explaining the terms of our
extended warranty and guarantee.
In order to apply for our five year guarantee, simply fill in
the details on the card and post it off, this will register your
appliance.
Should you wish to take out extended warranty, please fill
in the details on the leaflet and post this off.
You can also register, and apply for extended
warranty on line at:
www.stoves.co.uk/contact/warranty.
If your appliance is covered by the warranty and guarantee, you will not be billed for work
undertaken should your appliance be faulty, terms and
conditions do apply, so please read through the literature
carefully.
Our Customer Care Centre can be called on:
0844 815 3740
We aim to answer calls as quickly as possible, and in strict
rotation as soon as one of our Customer Care team
becomes free.
Please ensure that you have available your appliances
model number and serial number, there is a space at the
back of this book for recording that information.
Alternatively, you can visit the web site.
Outside the UK and Northern Ireland, please contact your
local supplier.
Contents
User’s Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About your cooker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Hob and cooker safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Chip pan fires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Using the programmer / clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Using your gas hob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using your gas hob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Using your griddle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Using your ovens / grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using your top cavity grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Grilling guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Using your conventional top oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Conventional top oven cooking guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Using your Multifunction oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Using your fan oven (if fitted) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Oven and grill functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using your Multifunction oven grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
Cooking guides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-22
Cooling and defrosting function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Using your slow cook oven (if fitted). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25
Plate rack (if fitted) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Cleaning and maintaining your appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning your gas hob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Cleaning your cavities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Telescopic shelving system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Cleaning your appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Cook shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Before you call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Changing light bulbs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing your cooker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Clearances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Requirements and regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37
Installation instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-42
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Customer Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
If you smell gas:
Do not try to light any appliance. Do not touch any electrical switch.
Call the Gas Emergency Helpline at TRANSCO on:
0800 111999
About Your Cooker
The illustrations below show the different
cavity and hob layouts available within
dual fuel ranges.
= Programmeable oven
(see timer section)
Medium
burner
Small
burner
Wok
burner
Small
burner
Medium
burner
Small
burner
Large
burner
Medium
burner
Wok
burner
Large
burner
Medium
burner
Fascia
panel
Multifunction
oven & grill
Conventional
oven & grill
A
FUNCTION
Fanned
oven
Storage
drawer
Multifunction
oven & grill
Slow cook
oven
Fascia
panel
Conventional
oven & grill
Multifunction
oven & grill
A
Fanned
oven
Slow cook
oven
1
Medium
burner
A
Fascia
panel
Fanned
oven
Hob & Cooker Safety
Always ensure that pan bases are dry, and flat before
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using them on the hob.
Always position pans over the centre of the burner,
and turn the handles to a safe position so they cannot
be knocked or grabbed.
Always use pans which are no smaller than 100mm
(4”), or larger than 250mm (10”).
Always take care when removing food from the oven
as the area around the cavity may be hot.
Always use oven gloves when handling any utensils
which have been in the oven as they will be hot.
Always make sure that the oven shelves are resting in
the correct position in between two runners. Do not
place the oven shelves on top of the highest runner,
this will lead to spillage and injury if the baking tray, or
dish falls.
Never use double pans, rimbased pans, old or
misshapen pans, or any pan which is not stable on a
flat surface.
Never leave cooking fat, or oil, unattended.
Never use commercial simmering aids, or heat
diffusers, as they create excessive heat and can
damage the surface of the hob.
Never use the hob for any other purpose than cooking
food.
Plastic cooking utensils can melt if they come into
contact with a warm hob. Never leave them close to,
or on top of, the hob.
Never leave the burner alight without a pan covering it.
This causes a fire hazard.
Do not place items of the door while it is open.
Do not wrap foil around the oven shelves, or allow it to
block the flue.
Do not drape tea towels near the oven while it is on,
this will cause a fire hazard.
Do not pull heavy items, such as turkeys, or large
joints of meat, out from the oven on the shelf, as they
may overbalance and fall.
Do not use this appliance to heat anything other than
food items, and do not use it for heating the room.
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WARNING: Parts of
the appliance may
become hot while in
use, always make sure
that children are
supervised when they
are near to the
appliance.
Always make sure that the
burner caps, rings and
pansupports are correctly
placed. This will prevent pans
becoming unstable while in
use, and ensure an
uninterrupted gas flow.
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if:
Call Customer Care for
a service engineers visit
You find over a period of
time that the gas oven
becomes hotter at a
particular temperature - the
thermostat may need
replacing.
The cooling fan fails to
work.
Chip Pan Fires
What causes a chip pan fire?
Chip pan fires start when oil of fat overheats and catches fire,
or when oil or fat spills on to the cooker because the pan has
been filled too high.
They can also start when wet chips are put into hot oil,
making it bubble up and over flow.
Preventing a chip pan fire
Never fill the pan more than a third full with oil of fat.
Never leave the pan alone with the heat on - even for a few
seconds.
Dry chips before putting them in the pan.
Never put chips in the pan if the oil has started smoking.
Turn off the heat and leave the oil to cool down, or else it
could catch fire.
In the event of a chip pan fire
If your chip pan does catch fire - don’t panic, and don’t move
the pan. Serious burns are often caused by picking up the
pan and running outside with it.
If it is safe to do so, and you don’t have to reach across the
pan, turn off the heat.
Never throw water, or use a fire extinguisher.
If you can, drape a damp cloth or towel over the pan to
smother the flames.
Leave the pan to cool down for at least half an hour.
If you can’t control the fire yourself, close the door, get out
and tell everybody else to get out.
Call the fire brigade. Don’t go back inside whatever the
reason.
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Using The Programmer/Clock
Through your programmer you will be able to set the time
of day, set the minute minder, and use the semi and fully
automatic cooking functions. The programmer is vital to
the working of your appliance, and reading this section will
make sure that you get the most out of your ovens.
What your timer symbols
mean.
Automatic
symbol
The programmer buttons
There are three buttons on this type of timer. The table
below shows you what their symbols look like, depending on
the model type, and what they do.
Symbol
Symbol
-
+
Down / Minus
Cook Pot
Minute Minder
symbol
What is it?
Used to decrease cook / end time, remove
minutes from the minute minder and adjust
the time of day.
Also for listening to and setting the alarm
tone.
Up / Plus
Used to increase cook / end time, add minutes
to the minute minder and adjust the time of
day.
Function button
Used to select the functions available on this
timer.
Press once for: Minute Minder.
Press twice for: Cook time
Press three times for: End time.
How to use these functions is explained later
on in this section.
Setting the time of day
Press the Plus and Minus buttons together for a
few seconds and release.
Set the time of day using the Plus and Minus buttons. Press once for single digit increase, press and
hold for rapid increase..
Once the time of day has been set wait approx 10
seconds until the ‘’ stops flashing.
Use the appliance as normal.
Setting an alarm tone
There are three tones to choose from.
Press and release the minus button.
Once the minus button is released, the tone is selected.
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This is a 24 hour clock.
Before you do anything
with your appliance you must set the correct time of day.
Using The Programmer/Clock
Setting the minute minder
To set the Minute Minder, press the Function button
once. The bell symbol will appear and start flashing.
The flashing only lasts for 5 seconds so the time must be
set within this time frame.
Use the Plus and Minus button to set the length of time
required. Once this has been done, the Minute Minder
is set.
When the desired length of time has counted down the
alarm will sound. To cancel the tone, press any of the
buttons.
To cancel the Minute Minder at any time, press the Plus
and Minus buttons together.
Semi - Automatic Cooking
The Duration method
Switch off after a set time period
Press the Function button twice, which will skip past the
Minute Minder.
The display will flash the word ‘dur’, and the ‘A’ will flash
on the left hand side of the display.
Use the Plus and Minus buttons to set the length of time
you want to cook for. This must be done within 5
seconds or the time of day will show again.
Once this is done the oven will automatically switch off
once the time has elapsed, and the alarm will sound. To
switch off the alarm, press any button.
To view any remaining time press the function button
twice.
The End Time method
Switch off at a set end time
Press the Function button three times, which will skip
past the Minute Minder and the Duration programmer.
The display will flash the word ‘End’ and the ‘A’ will flash
on the left hand side of the display.
Use the Plus and Minus buttons to select the time the
oven is required to turn off.
Once this is done the oven will turn itself off at the time
you have selected. To switch off the alarm, press any
button.
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Setting the Programmer
Fully Automatic Cooking
Switch on and off automatically
This requires both the duration and the end time to be
entered. The timer will work out the start time and begin
cooking.
Press the Function button twice, which will skip past the
Minute Minder.
The display will flash the word ‘dur’, and the ‘A’ will flash
on the left hand side of the display.
Use the Plus and Minus buttons to set the length of time
you want to cook for. This must be done within 5 seconds or the time of day will show again.
Press the Function button three times, which will skip
past the Minute Minder and the Duration programmer.
The display will flash the word ‘End’ and the ‘A’ will flash
on the left hand side of the display.
Use the Plus and Minus buttons to select the time the
oven is required to turn off.
Once this is done the oven will turn itself off at the time
you have selected. To switch off the alarm, press any
button.
Set the temperature of the oven and place the
food inside.
The timer will calculate the appropriate start time.
When using the Programmer:
Do:
Familiarise yourself with the use of the programmer.
Select foods which are as fresh and as cold as possible
preferably straight from the refrigerator.
Choose foods which are suitable for cooking from a cold
start, as some dishes will be affected by being left
uncooked, at room temperature.
Make sure that meat, poultry and uncooked food are
thoroughly thawed before placing them in the oven.
Cover dishes with lids or foil.
Try to keep the end time as close to your return as
possible.
Do not:
Place warm food in the oven for delayed cooking foods
must be thoroughly cooled before placing in the oven,
the oven must also be cool before you start.
Cook dishes containing left over cooked meat or poultry,
or pastry dishes with wet fillings, they are not suitable!
Over-fill dishes containing liquids.
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The automatic cooking
symbol will appear to
show that the oven is
no longer in manual
mode but in automatic
mode.
Important: Once the
oven has switched itself
off please make sure
you turn to oven controls to the ‘off’ position
and set the oven to
manual by pressing the
Cook Time and Ready
Time buttons together.
Important: Remove
food as soon as it is
cooked.
Using Your Gas Hob
Hob Ignition
Models without thermocouples:
To turn on, place your pan onto the pansupports above
the burner you wish to use.
Push in and turn the selected control knob
anticlockwise, to the full on symbol.
If your hob has an ignition button or switch on the
fascia, press it in until your burner lights.
If your hob has automatic ignition it will spark next to
the burner when you push in the control knob.
To simmer, turn the control knob to the small flame
symbol. This will ensure that the flame is just large
enough to gently heat the contents of the pan.
To turn off, turn the control knob clockwise to the ‘off’
position.
Always make sure that your pans are place correctly on
the burners as shown, and do not allow the flame to
extend over the base of the pan.
Models with thermocouples:
Igniton as above, but:
Hold the control knob in for 15 seconds. Do not hold
the control knob in for any longer than 15 seconds. If
the burner fails to light within this time, release the
control knob and wait one minute before attempting to
re-ignite.
Energy Saving
Position pans centrally over the elements.
Only heat the amount of liquid you need.
Once liquids have been brought to the boil, reduce the
heat setting to a simmer.
Consider using a pressure cooker if possible.
Vegetables in small pieces will cook quicker.
Use a pan which is a close match to your element size.
Smaller elements are ideal for simmering and stewing
in smaller pans, while the larger elements are ideal for
frying and boiling
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How can I tell if my hob
has thermocouples?
Picture A below:
shows a burner without
thermocouples.
Picture B below:
shows a burner with
thermocouples.
A
Electrode
Burner ring
Electrode
Burner skirt
Burner cap
Front
of the appliance.
Viewed from the side
of the burner
B
Thermocouple and electrode
Burner ring
Burner skirt
Electrode
Thermocouple
Burner cap
Front
of the appliance.
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Viewed from the side
of the burner
In the event of a power
failure, or the ignition
not working:
Push in and turn the
control knob to start the
gas, then hold a lighted
match or taper to the
burner until it lights.
Use flat based pans
which are the correct
size for your burners
and suitable for your
hob type.
We recommend the
following sizes:
100mm or 4” min.
250mm or 10” max.
Smaller or larger pan
sizes may lead to slower
cooking times.
Using Your Griddle
Only use the griddle which has been approved for use on
this appliance. Do not use any other griddle, as this
may be hazardous.
Please read these instructions thoroughly before using the
griddle for the first time.
Before using the griddle for the first time
Wash the griddle thoroughly in hot soapy water. (see
“Cleaning” section).
Season sparingly with a minimum amount of cooking oil.
Heat the griddle on full rate for 3 minutes. The griddle
plate is now ready for use.
Using the griddle
The griddle should only be positioned front-to-back
over the burners indicated by the griddle symbol on the
fascia panel.
Do not use the griddle over the large burners.
Place the griddle carefully on the pan support over the
burners, using the locating feet on the underside of the
griddle. Take care to avoid damage to the surface of the
pan supports.
Before cooking, preheat the griddle for 3 minutes on full
rate, which is indicated on the control knobs by a large
flame symbol.
After preheating, turn the control knobs to the small
flame symbol.
The griddle is now ready for cooking.
Do not use metal implements, as they may damage the
non-stick surface.
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Always make sure that
children are supervised when they are
near to the appliance
when it is in use.
!
Always allow the griddle
to cool completely before
moving or cleaning.
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About your griddle:
The griddle is made of
quality cast iron, and
has a non-stick cooking
surface.
Regular seasoning will
prolong the life of the
griddle and prevent
rusting. If the griddle
shows signs of rust,
wash and re-season.
Seasoning the
griddle: see the
‘Cleaning’ section of this
handbook.
Using Your Top Cavity Grill
Richmond models
Before you start grilling. . . .
Before you use the grill, make sure you have placed the
grill shelf in the position you need as once the grill is on
you may injure yourself if you try to move the shelf.
Do not close the door while the grill is in use.
Turn the selector control knob to the grilling position
then select the heat setting you require.
To switch off, return the control knob to the ‘off’
position.
The cooling fan will come on during use, and may
continue to run for some time afterwards.
To adjust your results, you can turn the grid over, or
remove it altogether.
If your grill is a dual grill:
The dual grill uses all of the top element and is ideal for
grilling large quantities of food.
The single grill uses part of the element only, and is
better suited to grill smaller amounts of food.
The grill pan
This appliance comes with a grill pan, grill pan handle and
a grid.
The handle of the grill pan is detachable to allow you to
remove it while the pan is in use, this stops it from
getting hot.
To attach the handle:
Place the handle over the narrow edge of the grill pan
and slide to the centre as shown in the diagrams.
Shelf & Grid adjustments
Speed of grilling can be adjusted by changing the shelf
position or the turning the grill pan grid.
High: For thin foods and toasting.
Low: For thicker meat pieces.
Aluminium Foil
Never cover the grill pan or grill trivet with foil, or allow fat
to build up in the grill pan, as this creates a fire hazard.
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Warning: Accessible
parts may become hot
when the grill is in use.
Chidren should be kept
away.
Types of grill
Fixed rate grill: has a
full ‘on’ setting and ‘off’.
Variable rate grill: has
adjustable heat settings
1 (low) to 8 (high) or 5
(high) - depending on
the model.
Single grill: has one grill
element.
Dual grill: has two grill
elements which can be
used together, or as a
single grill.
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For best results:
Pre-heat the grill for
about 3 minutes.
Please note: the grill
pan handle is designed
for sliding the grill pan
into and out of the grill
cavity. It is not to be
used for lifted the pan.
Grilling Guide
Food
Type
Time Approx
(mins)
Bacon
8 - 15
Sausages
12 - 15
Chops
Lamb
Pork
10 - 15
15 - 25
Toast
2 rounds
4 rounds
1 - 2 (per side)
1 - 2 (per side)
Bread products
Buns
Tea cakes
1 - 2 (per side)
1 - 2 (per side)
Cheese on toast
2 rounds
4 rounds
4-5
4-5
Fish:
fillets
Chicken:
fillets
Beef Steaks:
rare
medium
well done
Gammon Steaks
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10 - 15
20 - 30
7 - 10
10 - 15
15 - 20
12 - 15
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As with any cooking
guide, all times are
approximate and can be
adjusted to suit
personal taste.
Using Your Conventional Top Oven
Richmond models
Switching on the oven
Turn the control knob towards the conventional oven
setting.
Select the temperature you require.
The thermostat indicator will come on to show that the
oven is heating, and once the temperature is achieved,
it will go out.
Throughout the duration of your cooking the neon may
come on and off, this shows that the thermostat is
maintaining the chosen heat setting.
To switch off the top oven, simply turn the control
knob back to the ‘ ‘ position.
The cooling fan will come on during use, and may
continue to run for some time afterwards.
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Important: Never
place food, or dishes on
the base of the main
oven - the element is
here and it will cause
over heating.
Note:
This is a secondary
oven - ideal for smaller
dishes.
Conventional Top Oven Cooking Guide
Item
Temp
˚C
Approx
Cooking
time
Small cakes
Victoria sandwich
(2x 180mm / 7”)
Swiss roll
Semi rich fruit cake
(2x 180mm / 7”)
Scones
Meringue
180
160
side by side
200
140
side by side
215
90 - 100
15 - 20 mins
20 - 25 mins
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8 - 12 mins
2 1/2 - 3 hrs
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10 - 15 mins
2 - 3 hrs
Short crust pastry
Puff / flaky pastry
Choux pastry
200 - 210
200 - 210
200 - 210
Depends on the
size, and type of
cooking dish, plus
the filling.
Biscuits
Sponge pudding
Milk pudding
160 - 200
150
140
10 - 20 mins
30 - 45 mins
2 - 21/2 hrs
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As with any cooking
guide, all times are
approximate and can be
adjusted to suit
personal taste.
Because the top oven is
smaller - you might
need to reduce
times/temperatures in
recipies.
All times given in the
guide are based on a
pre-heated oven.
Using Your Multifunction Oven
The multifunction oven may be controlled by the programmer (see The Programmer/Clock for details).
The programmer, if fitted must be set to manual before it
can be used, or programmed.
Switching on the multifunction oven
Use the function control knob to select the function you
wish to use - see the functions table for details.
Note: You can change function during cooking if you
wish, as long as the oven is in manual mode.
Turn the temperature control knob to the temperature
you wish to use.
The thermostat indicator will come on to show that the
oven is heating, and once the temperature is achieved,
it will go out.
To switch off the oven, simply turn the control knob
back to the ‘ ‘ position.
The cooling fan mayl come on during use, and may
continue to run for some time afterwards.
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Important: Never
place food, or dishes on
the base of the main
oven, the element is
here and it will cause
over heating.
Using Your Fanned Oven (if fitted)
Switching on the fanned oven
Use the fanned oven control to turn your oven on, and
select your temperature.
The thermostat indicator will come on to show that the
oven is heating, and once the temperature is achieved,
it will go out.
To switch off the oven, simply turn the control knob
back to the ‘ ‘ position.
The cooling fan may come on during use, and may
continue to run for some time afterwards.
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Important: Never
place food, or dishes on
the base of the main
oven, the element is
here and it will cause
over heating.
Oven & Grill Functions
The chart below details all of the functions which are available. Your oven may
not have all of the functions shown here.
Main Oven Function
Recommended Uses
Base Heat Only
Used to finish off the bases of food following cooking using the conventional
or fanned modes. The base heat can be used to provide additional
browning for pizzas, pies and quiche. Use this function towards the end of
cooking.
Top Heat Only
The heat is ideal from browning off the tops of food as it is not as fierce as
the grill following conventional or fanned cooking. Provides additional
browning for dishes like Lasagna or Cauliflower cheese. Use this function
towards the end of
cooking.
Conventional Oven
Intensive Bake
This function is ideal for traditional roasting. The meat is placed in the
middle of the oven, roast potatoes towards the top.
Suitable for food with a high moisture content, such as quiche, bread and
cheesecake. It also eliminates the need for baking pastry blind.
Fanned Grill
The fan allows the heat to circulate around the food. Ideal for thinner foods
such as bacon, fish and gammon steaks. Foods do not require turning. Use
with the oven door closed.
Fanned Oven
The even temperature in the oven makes this function suitable for batch
baking, or batch cooking foods.
Defrost
To defrost foods, such as cream cakes/gateaux, use with the oven door
closed. For cooling dishes prior to refrigeration, leave the door open.
Dual Grill
Single Grill
This function cooks food from the top and is ideal for a range of food from
toast to steaks. As the whole grill is working, you can cook larger quantities
of food.
For smaller quantities of food, but is still ideal for
anything from toast to steaks.
Base Heat with Fan
Used to cook open pies (such as mince pies) the base element ensures that
the base is cooked while the fan allows the air to circulate around the filling
- without being too intensive.
Lights only
Use when the oven is switched off and cold to aid cleaning the oven cavity.
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Using Your Multifunction Oven Grill
Before you start grilling. . . .
Before you use the grill, make sure you have placed the
grill shelf in the position you need as once the grill is on
you may injure yourself if you try to move the shelf.
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This grill function must be used with the door closed.
Turn the selector control knob to the grill setting you
require (conventional or fanned).
Turn the temperature selector to heat setting you
require in a similar way to the selecting the oven temperature.
Note: Do not set the temperature any higher than
220˙C.
To switch off, return the control knobs to the ‘off’
position.
To adjust your results, you can turn the grid over, or
remove it altogether.
Fanned and Conventional grilling?
The conventional grill uses half of the element and is
ideal for grilling all kinds of food.
The fanned grill uses half of the element and the fan,
and this reduces the need to turn thinner foods such as
bacon or fish.
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Warning: Accessible
parts may become hot
when the grill is in use.
Chidren should be kept
away.
Types of grill
Fixed rate grill: has a
full ‘on’ setting and ‘off’.
Variable rate grill: has
adjustable heat settings
1 (low) to 8 (high) or 5
(high) - depending on
the model.
Single grill: has one grill
element.
Dual grill: has two grill
elements which can be
used together, or as a
single grill.
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For best results:
Pre-heat the grill for
about 3 minutes.
Using Your Multifunction Oven Grill
Before you start grilling. . . .
Before you use the grill, make sure you have placed the
grill shelf in the position you need as once the grill is on
you may injure yourself if you try to move the shelf.
Sterling / Gourmet
This grill function can be used with the door open, or
closed.
Turn the selector control knob to the grill setting.
Turn the grill control knob to either the dual or single
grill setting. Then select the heat setting.
To switch off, return the control knobs to the ‘off’
position.
The cooling fan will come on during use, and may
continue to run for some time afterwards.
To adjust your results, you can turn the grid over, or
remove it altogether.
If your grill is a dual grill:
The dual grill uses all of the top element and is ideal for
grilling large quantities of food.
The single grill uses part of the element only, and is
better suited to grill smaller amounts of food.
The grill neon
When grilling with the door closed, the neon will cycle on
and off as the temperature is maintained inside the cavity.
If the door is open, it will not cycle on and off.
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Warning: Accessible
parts may become hot
when the grill is in use.
Chidren should be kept
away.
Types of grill
Fixed rate grill: has a
full ‘on’ setting and ‘off’.
Variable rate grill: has
adjustable heat settings
1 (low) to 8 (high) or 5
(high) - depending on
the model.
Single grill: has one grill
element.
Dual grill: has two grill
elements which can be
used together, or as a
single grill.
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For best results:
Pre-heat the grill for
about 3 minutes.
Fanned Oven Guide
Some adjustment will have to be made to conventional
cooking temperatures.
The table below shows conventional cooking
temperatures, fanned temperatures and gas marks.
For optimum results using the fanned oven setting,
conventional temperatures need to be converted to the
fanned oven temperatures.
For example and item which would cook at 180˚C will
now cook at the fanned oven temperature of 160˚C.
This is a high efficiency oven, you may notice an
emission of steam when the door is opened.
When cooking chilled or frozen foods, use the
recommended cooking times and temperature on the
packaging. Always make sure the food is piping hot
throughout before serving.
There are no zones of heat, and no flavour transfer
when using a fanned oven - allowing you to cook a
greater variety of foods together.
If you are cooking on more than one shelf, you may
need to slightly increase the cooking time.
Always make sure that there is enough space between
dishes, to allow food to rise, and to air to circulate.
Conventional
temp (˚C)
‘A’ Efficiency oven
(˚C)
Gas mark
100
100
1/4
130
120
1/2
110
140
150
160
180 - 190
200
220
230
250
110
1/4
130
1
140
2
150
3
160
4-5
180
7
170
6
190
8
200
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Cooking Guide
Pre-heating
To get the best results from your oven, we recommend
pre-heating for around 5 to 15 minutes before placing
your dishes in. This is especially important for items
which are chilled, frozen, batter based, yeast based or
whisked sponges.
If you are using a fanned function, you should still preheat but for a shorter time.
The items in the cooking guide below are based on a
pre-heated oven, but can be adjusted to take into account
personal taste.
Oven and bakeware
Always use high quality trays and tins for cooking. Poor
quality tins and trays can warp in the oven producing
uneven results.
Never use dishes which are cracked, damaged or not
oven proof as heating may lead to shattering inside the
oven.
Food Type
Time
Approx.
Shelf
Position
Fanned
Intensive
190
180
150
150
160
160
125
125
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15 - 25
20 - 30
21/2 - 3hrs
7 & 13
7
5
3
Puddings
Bread & butter
pudding
Fruit crumble
170
200
150
175
-
45 - 1hr
40 - 1hr
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Miscellaneous
Yorkshire pudding:
large
small
Shortcrust pastry
220
220
200
200
200
180
200
200
180
40 - 45
15 - 20
depends on
filling
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12
top - middle
Cakes
Small cakes
Victoria sandwich
Semi rich fruit cake
Christmas cake
Conv
Temp.
Setting ˙C
21/2 - 3hrs
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Roasting Guide
Roasting times depend on the weight, shape and texture
of the meat and personal preference. In order to
calculate the roasting time, weigh the meat or poultry,
including the stuffing, and follow the times given
below.
Meat joints (including chicken) should be roasted at
180 - 200˚C Conventional/ 160 - 180˚C
Fanned for 20 - 30 mins per 450g/1lb, plus 20 minutes on shelf position 2.
Frozen meat must be thoroughly thawed before
cooking. For large joints, it is advisable to thaw
overnight.
Frozen poultry must be thoroughly thawed before
cooking. The time required depends on the size of the
bird - eg: a large turkey may take up to 48 hours to
thaw.
When cooking stuffed meat or poultry, calculate the
cooking time from the total weight of the meat plus the
stuffing.
Cooking joints in foil, covered roasters, lidded
casseroles, or roasting bags will help to reduce meat
shrinkage, give a more moist result and may reduce fat
splashing. However, a slightly longer cooking times will
be required, add 5 - 10 minutes per 450g (1lb) to the
calculated cooking time. When using roasting bags do
not exceed the temperatures recommended by the
manufacturer, and do not allow the roasting bag to
touch the sides or top of the oven.
Use of a trivet with the roasting tin will reduce fat
splashing during open roasting, and will help to keep the
oven interior clean.
The use of a roasting tin larger then that supplied is not
advised, as this may impair performance and lead to
extended cooking times.
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Roasting Guide
Roast turkey
Roasting turkey perfectly involves cooking two different
types of meat - the delicate light breast meat, which
must not be allowed to dry out, and the darker leg meat,
which takes longer to cook.
The turkey must be roasted long enough for the legs to
cook, so frequent basting is necessary. The breast meat
can be covered once browned.
Turkey should be roasted at 180 - 190˚C
Conventional/ 160˚C Fanned for 20 mins per 1lb,
plus 20 minutes.
The turkey can be open roasted, breast side down, for
half of the cook time, and then turned over for the
remainder of the cooking time.
If the turkey is stuffed, add 5 minutes per 1lb to the
cooking time.
If roasting turkey covered with foil, add 5 minutes per
1lb to the cooking time.
To test if the turkey is cooked, push a fine skewer into
the thickest part of the thigh. If the juices run clear, the
turkey is cooked. If the juices are still pink, the turkey
will need longer cooking. Always make sure that the
turkey is cooked properly before serving.
Turkey Roasting times.
Most Turkeys are measured by the kilogram. Timing should
be calculated in either of these ways:
40 minutes per 1kg plus 10 minutes per 1/4 kg.
or
20 minutes per 1lb, plus 20 minutes.
The maximum size Turkey for this appliance is: 20lbs
approximately 9kgs.
Please do not attempt to roast a Turkey larger than this, as
the results cannot be guaranteed.
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General Baking Guide
Trouble-shooting - Fruit Cakes
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Fruit sinking to the bottom
Low oven temperature which may cause the cake to
take longer to set, allowing the fruit to sink. Or, too
much liquid, or raising agent. The fruit may not have
been properly washed and dried.
Cake sinking / dipping in the centre
Too much raising agent in the mixture. Too hot, or too
cool an oven. Or, not enough liquid or insufficient
creaming.
Surface cracks
Too small a tin, or too much mixture in the tin. Too
much raising agent in the mix, plus not enough liquid
or insufficient creaming. The oven may be too hot.
Hard outer crust with a damp patch inside
Oven too hot, therefore the cake baked too quickly.
Too much sugar, or insufficient liquid.
Burnt outside
Oven temperature too high. Oven too small for the
size of cake. Insufficient protection around the tin.
Cake baked on too high a shelf.
Texture with pronounced holes.
Too much raising agent. Flour unevenly mixed.
Texture too close and cake insufficiently risen.
Not enough raising agent. Not enough liquid. Too
cool an oven. Insufficient creaming.
Cake crumbles when cut
Not enough liquid. Baked for too long. Not enough
sugar. Too much baking agent.
Too dry
Over baking. Insufficient egg or liquid. Too much raising agent.
Trouble-shooting - Sponge Cakes
Domed top
Insufficient creaming of mixture. Cake baked on too
high a shelf position, or at too high a temperature.
Paper liners can cause the outer edge not to rise and
the centre to peak.
Hollowed / sunken top
Too much raising agent. Oven temperature too low, or
incorrect shelf position. Cake removed from oven
before it’s cooked. Use of soft tub margarine.
Very pale, but cooked
Oven temperature too low. Baked too low in the oven
Overflowing tin
Tin too small for the amount of mixture
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‘Cooling & Defrosting’ Function
To cool foods quickly straight after cooking, but before
refrigerating or freezing, turn the oven control to the
defrost position, and open the door.
To defrost frozen foods, turn the oven control to the
defrost position, place the food in the centre of the oven
and close the door.
Defrosting times
Small or thin pieces of frozen fish or meat - eg; fish
fillets, prawns, and mince will take approximately 1 - 2
hours. Placing the food in a single layer will reduce the
thawing time.
A medium sized casserole or stew will take around 3 - 4
hours.
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A 1 ⁄2kg / 3lb oven ready chicken will take around 5
hours, remove the giblets as soon as possible.
Always check foods are thoroughly defrosted before
cooking.
Be safe
Do not defrost stuffed poultry using this method.
Do not defrost larger joints of meat and poultry over 2kg
/ 4lb using this method.
Never place uncooked food for defrosting next to cooked
food which is to be cooled, as this can lead to cross
contamination.
Defrosting meat, poultry and fish speeded up using this
method, but make sure they are completely thawed
before cooking thoroughly.
Place meat and poultry on a trivet in a meat tin, to catch
the juices from the defrosting process.
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Using Your Slow Cook Oven (if fitted)
Introduction
One of your oven compartments is an electric oven which
provides a gentle heat suitable for slow cooking or keeping
food warm. The slow cook element is positioned in the
base of the lower compartment - always make sure that the
cooking pot is placed centrally on the base of this compartment.
Do not use the compartment to store food or canned
items.
Cooking times
The cooking time varies according to the type of food being
cooked, and experience will show how long foods should be
cooked for, according to personal taste and preference.
In general foods should be cooked for at least 5 hours, and
may be left up to 8 - 10 hours without spoiling if covered.
Foods cooked using the slow cook oven will take about
three times longer than they would in a conventional oven.
Utensils
Any oven proof utensils may be used for slow cooking provided they have a close fitted lid.
To rectify a badly fitting lid a piece of cooking foil may be
placed over the dish, under the lid.
The most useful utensils for slow cooking are the flame
proof type which can be used over direct heat and for oven
cooking, and are sufficiently attractive to use as serving
dishes.
Benefits of Slow Cooking
Slow cooking has always been the best way to prepare hot
meals with the minimum of preparation and maximum time
away from the kitchen.
The advantages of slow cooking are as follows:
Food can be left to cook unattended for several hours
and will keep hot for several hours if left covered.
Inexpensive cuts of meat become
deliciously tender
when slow cooked. There is also a reduction in meat
shrinkage.
Dishes such as soups, vegetables, puddings savoury
dishes and preserves are also suitable for slow cooking.
There is no topping up of steamers, steam filled kitchens
or constant checking to do.
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Using Your Slow Cook Oven (if fitted)
Keeping food warm
Turn the oven control knob to the on position, and place
the food in the oven. If food is to be kept moist then it is
important to cover the dish or plate to prevent food from
drying out. This can be done using aluminium foil if the
dish does not have a lid.
Do not use cling film to cover food.
Some foods are best left uncovered if you wish to keep
the food dry and crisp.
Do not add gravy to plated meals until serving.
Carved meat should be placed on one plate and covered,
adding just one tablespoon of gravy to keep it moist.
When keeping plated meals warm it is recommended
that the food is placed on hot rather than cold plates.
Slow Cooking
Turn on the slow cook oven and place the prepared
cooking pot centrally on the base of the oven. Follow the
guide lines for the best results.
The maximum capacity of ovenproof dishes should be no
more than 2.5 litres (4.5 pints). Please note: The more
you fill the dish/pot the longer it will take to cook.
All meat and poultry recipes need a minimum of 5 hours
to cook.
Make sure all frozen ingredients are well thawed out.
Cut root vegetables into smaller pieces as they take
longer than meat to cook. If possible they should be
sauteed for 2 - 3 minutes before slow cooking.
Ensure that root vegetables are always at the bottom of
the pan immersed in the cooking liquid.
A meat thermometer should be used when cooking pork
joints and poultry. The internal temperature of the food
should reach 88˙C,
Stuffed meat or stuffed poultry should not be slow
cooked. Cook any stuffing separately.
Cover casseroles with a lid, or foil to prevent loss of
moisture.
Adjust seasoning and thickening at the end of cooking
time.
Opening the door during cooking, leads to heat loss, and
will lead to increased cooking times.
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Plate Rack (if fitted)
To fit the plate rack:
Pull the shelf out of the cavity.
Tilt the plate warmer towards you and make sure that it
Drop the plate warmer carefully into position.
hooks underneath the shelf bars at the front.
The plate warmer is now secure and you can place your
plates into it.
Always make sure that you use oven gloves if you are
putting the plate warmer into a hot, or recently used oven
to prevent burns.
Always make sure that your plates are suitable for
warming - some plates may shatter or crack when exposed
to heat.
We recommend that you heat the oven to 70˚C, or below,
if you are warming plates.
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Cleaning your Gas Hob
Sometimes when a hob is not working well, it is because
it needs cleaning.
Enamel parts
Use a mild cream cleaner for example ‘Cif’. Stubborn
marks can be removed with a soap filled pad.
Stainless steel surfaces
Only use a clean cloth wrung out with warm, soapy
water and dried off with a soft cloth. For stubborn
marks use a specialist stainless steel cleaner.
Do not use steam cleaners.
Sharp implements and objects can mark the surface of
stainless steel, however they do become less noticeable
in time.
Cast iron parts
Ensure the parts have fully cooled and scrape off any
stubborn marks, and bits of food with a plastic, or
wooden cooking implement. Rinse in warm soapy
water and dry with a tea towel.
Do not clean in a dishwasher.
If you notice any rusting on your griddle, or
pansupports, simply clean in warm soapy water, then
re-season.
Burner caps and heads
The slots in the burner head where the flames burn
should be cleared of deposits.
Clean with a nylon brush, rinse and then dry
thoroughly. There may be brownish coloured markings
on your burners, these are carbon deposits or fat stains
and can be removed using a soap filled pad.
Do not put burners in the dishwasher or soak them.
Using dishwasher powders, washing up liquids and
caustic pastes can damage the burners.
Burner caps and heads must be repositioned correctly
so that they sit squarely on to the hob as shown on the
the left.
This is particularly important with stainless steel models
as failure to reposition the caps correctly may result in
discolouration of the stainless steel around the burners.
Painted & Plastic parts
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in hot soapy water.
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Always allow your
appliance to cool
down, and switch off
the electricity before
you clean any part of
it.
Baby oil can be used to
restore stainless steel
finishes - but only use a
few drops. Don’t use
cooking oils as they can
contain salts which will
damage the metal.
Don’t use:
undiluted bleaches,
products containing
chlorides, wire wool or
abrasive cleaners on
aluminium, stainless
steel, or plasitic/painted
parts they can damage
the appliance. Nylon
pads can also be
unsuitable
Seasoning the
griddle:
Pour a drop of unsalted
cooking oil onto the
cooking side of the
griddle, use kicthen roll
to cover the griddle
evenly. Olive oil is not
suitable for seasoning.
Regular seasoning
prevents rust.
Cleaning your Cavities
Cleaning the oven cavities
Some foods can cause fat to spit, especially if you have
open roasted, this leaves the inside of the cavity
greasy.
It is important to clean the oven cavity as a build up of
fat can damage the appliance and may invalidate your
guarantee.
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Chrome plated parts.
Use a moist soap filled pad, shelves can be placed in a
dishwasher.
Shelf runners can be removed to enable you to clean
then thoroughly. Make sure they are cool to touch and
then grasp the runners and slide out of their hanging
holes.
Pristine enamel surfaces
The enamel can be cleaned by wiping the surfaces
with a clean cloth which has been wrung out in hot,
soapy water.
If larger splashes of fat do not readily disappear, you
can use a mild cream cleaner to remove them. More
stubborn marks can be removed using a soap filled
pad.
Rinse well, and allow to dry before use.
Vitreous enamel surfaces
The enamel can be cleaned by wiping the surfaces
with a clean cloth which has been wrung out in hot,
soapy water.
Stubborn marks can be cleaned using a moistened
soap filled pad, or a mild cream cleaner.
Rinse well, and allow to dry before use.
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Always allow your
appliance to cool
down, and switch off
the electricity before
you clean any part of
it.
Pull out to clean
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Caustic or abrasive
cleaners, bleaches,
coarse wire wool or
hard impliments,
these will damage
your appliance.
Using a trivet while
roasting meat may help
to reduce fat splashes.
Telescopic Shelving System (if fitted)
In addition to the traditional shelving fitted into your
appliance, the telescopic shelving system is fitted in the
most commonly used location in your cavity.
The shelves with the telescopic system are easier to
pull out than traditional shelving, which means the
oven door stays open for a shorter period of time. The
smooth action also reduces the likelihood of fat, or
food, spillage, and gives you extra security.
You do not have to use the telescopic shelves all of the
time, you can place the shelves in the traditional positions if you would like more choice.
The telescopic shelves remove easily from the runner
for re-positioning or cleaning, but we recommend that
you reposition your shelving before cooking, and
remove the shelving for cleaning when the shelves are
cold to prevent burning yourself.
To remove the telescopic shelves
Make sure the shelf is cool enough to touch.
Push the oven shelf back into the cavity, until it hits
the stop position.
Grasp the shelf bars in the centre, and lift the back of
the shelf clear of the stop position.
You can then lift the front of the shelf clear of the
retaining tabs.
To replace the telescopic shelves
Make sure the oven runners are pushed all the way
back into the cavity.
Tilt the shelf and make sure the front of the shelf is
against the stop position.
Carefully place the shelf back onto the runner and snap
in place firmly.
Make sure the back of the self is inside the retaining
tabs and slide it in and out of the oven to make sure it
works correctly.
Standard shelves
Standard shelves are removed by pulling them straight
out towards you and are replaced by sliding them
straight into the oven to the back of the cavity.
These shelves can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
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Make sure the shelf
is firmly pressed against
the stop position at
back of the oven cavity
1. Grasp and
lift shelf bars
Note: Make sure the shelf is
unclipped from the retaining
tabs before removal.
2. Lift shelf
clear
Cleaning your Appliance
Painted & Plastic parts
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in hot soapy water.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, such as “Cif”, wire or nylon
cleaning pads on these parts.
Stainless steel & Aluminium surfaces
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in hot soapy water, and
dry with a soft cloth.
Stubborn marks can be removed using a stainless steel
cleaner. Supplies can be purchased from the Customer
Care Centre.
Sharp objects can mark the surface of stainless steel, but
will become less noticeable with time.
Wipe any spillage immediately, taking care to avoid burning your hands.
Some foods are corrosive eg; vinegar, fruit juices and
especially salt - they can mark or damage the metal if
they are left on the surface.
Enamel surfaces & parts
Clean with warm, soapy water and a clean cloth.
Dry with a soft clean towel or cloth.
Do not use steam cleaners.
Glass parts
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in hot soapy water, or
a specialist glass cleaner.
Rinse away any excess cleaner and dry with a soft cloth.
Do not use abrasives or polishes as they will scratch and
damage the glass.
The inner door glass panel can be removed for cleaning
but it must be replaced the right way up. If there is any
writing on the glass, you must be able to read it clearly
when the cavity doors are open.
Always make sure that the glass is pushed fully into the
Stop position.
To remove the glass panel, open the door wide, hold the
top and bottom edges and slide out.
Warning: Do not operate the appliance without the glass
panel correctly fitted.
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Always allow your
appliance to cool
down, and switch off
the electricity before
you clean any part of
it.
Take extra care when
cleaning over symbols
on fascia panels,
excessive cleaning can
lead to the symbols
fading.
Baby oil can be used to
restore stainless steel
finishes - but only use a
few drops. Don’t use
cooking oils as they can
contain salts which will
damage the metal.
Don’t use:
undiluted bleaches,
products containing
chlorides or abrasive
cleaners on aluminium
or stainless steel, they
can damage the
appliance.
Glass door panels
For your safety, glass door
panels are made of toughened
glass. This ensures that, in
the unlikely event that a panel
breaks, it does so into small
fragments to minimise the risk
of injury.
Please take care when
handling, using or cleaning all
glass panels, as any damage
to the surfaces or edges may
result in the glass breaking
without warning or apparent
cause at a later date.
Should any glass panel be
damaged, we strongly
recommend that it is replaced
immediately.
Cook Shop
Product
description
Product
code
Quantity
Where used
Rectangular
carbon filters
082612620
2
Hoods
Round carbon
filters
082611571
1
Hoods
Ceramic hob
scraper kit
082606781
1
All ceramic glass
hobs including
induction.
Ceramic hob
cleaner and
conditioner
082606780
1
Sealed hotplate
conditioner
082606783
1
All ceramic glass
hobs including
induction
Stainless steel
cleaner
082606764
1
All stainless steel
parts
Oven cleaner
spray
082606786
1
All cookers, inside
cavities and on
glass.
Multi-purpose
kitchen
cleaner
082606782
1
General kitchen
cleaner.
E-cloth
082813300
1
All cookers, for
cleaning glass and
stainless steel
All sealed / solid
plate hobs.
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To order or enquire about any
of these products, please call
the Spares Sales team on:
0870 458 9961.
Before you call. .
Problem?
The ignition won’t work.
(Gas and dual fuel models)
Advice
Check there is a spark when the
ignition button is depressed. If
there is no spark, check the
electricity supply is switched on at
the socket.
Check that the gas supply is
switched on.
Try another appliance in the
socket, if that works replace the 3
amp fuse in the cooker plug.
There’s condensation on the
doors.
Condensation is caused by hot,
moist air meeting a cooler surface
(i.e. the oven door). You cannot
always prevent it, but you can
minimise it when it happens by
doing the following:
Pre-heat the oven at a high
temperature before putting food in
the oven, and cover the food you
are cooking wherever possible.
Whenever you can, cook wet
foods at higher temperatures.
Don’t leave food in the oven to
cool down.
Automatic cooking will normally
produce condensation when the
oven is cooling down with food
inside.
There’s been a power failure
and the oven won’t work.
(models with clocks and
automatic programmers)
Switch off the electricity supply.
When the power returns - re-set
the programmer/Clock to the
correct time of day.
This will allow you to use your
appliance.
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Changing Light Bulbs
Warning: There is a risk of electric shock, so always
make sure you have turned off and unplugged your
appliance.
Not all appliances have the same number and type of
bulbs. Before replacing your bulb, open the top/main
oven door and see which type you have. Then use the
table to help you change your bulb correctly.
Please remember that bulbs are not covered by
your warranty.
Bulbs can be purchased from hardware stores (always
take the old bulb with you).
No. of
lamps
Bulb
Location
Oven
type
Instruction for
changing the bulb
2
(@25W)
side
All
Wait until the oven is cool,
then remove the oven
shelves.
Grasp the lens cover on the
light fitting and pull it away
from the side of the oven.
Unscrew the bulb.
1
(@25W)
rear
Fanned /
Multifunction
Wait until the oven is cool,
then remove the shelves.
The oven light is at the rear
of the oven cavity.
Remove the loose oven back
- unscrew the 4 securing
screws (one at each corner).
Unscrew the lens cover (turn
anticlockwise). Unscrew the
bulb and replace. Replace
lens cover and replace oven
back.
rear
Conventional
Wait until the oven is cool,
then remove the oven
shelves.
The oven light is at the rear
of the oven cavity.
Unscrew the lens cover (turn
anticlockwise). Unscrew the
bulb and replace. Replace
lens cover.
or
1
Halogen
(@40W)
1
(@25W)
or
1
Halogen
(@40W)
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There is no need to remove
the oven back on the 900DF
model.
Installing Your Cooker
Always make sure that your appliance is fitted correctly,
by a competent installer. This is a Class 1 appliance
regarding installation requirements.
Before you start
Always make sure that you have carefully read through
the installation pages of this book - careful planning at the
beginning will ensure a quick and easy installation.
Take care when moving this appliance, it may be
heavier than it looks! If you need to lift the appliance,
make sure you use an appropriate lifting method.
Soft, or uneven flooring may be damaged unless the
appliance is moved with care.
Do not attempt to move the cooker by pulling on the
handles or doors, we recommend that you open the
door and grasp the frame of the cooker. Please wear
protective gloves for this, and make sure the door
cannot trap your fingers.
Please make sure that you have enough space for your
appliance. Clearances and more installation details are
given on the following page.
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Installing Your Cooker
Clearances
This cooker may be fitted flush to the base units of your
kitchen.
No shelf, overhang, cupboard, or cooker hood should
be less than 650mm above the hob top, but please
check this with the hood manufacturers instructions.
If your appliance has a side opening door, we
recommend a side clearance of 60mm to allow the
oven door to fully open.
The cooker must have a side clearance above hob level
of 90mm up to a height of 400mm.
The important dimensions are those around the
appliance.
90
mm
90
mm
650mm
minimum
400mm
clearance
For all appliance sizes:
700mm
Flush fit to
base units
Flush fit to
base units
800mm
900mm
1000mm
1100mm
1200mm
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Installing Your Cooker
The information below is crucial to installing this appliance
correctly and safely.
Ventilation Requirements
The room containing the appliance should have an air
supply in accordance with BS 5440:Part 2.
All rooms require an openable window, or equivalent,
and some will require a permanent vent as well.
For room volumes up to 5m3 an air vent of 100cm3 is
required.
If the room has a door which opens directly to the
outside, or exceeds 10m3 - no air vent is required.
For room volumes between 5m3 and 10m3 and air vent
of 50cm2 is required.
If there are other fuel burning appliances in the same
room, BS 5440:Part 2 should be consulted to determine
the air vent requirements.
This appliance must not be fitted into a bed sitting room
of less than 20m3 or into a bath or shower room.
Windows and vents should not be blocked or removed
without first consulting a competent engineer.
LPG only - do not install this appliance below ground
level. This does not preclude installation into rooms which
are basements with respect to one side of the building, but
open to ground level on the opposite side.
Where standards have been revised - always use the most
recent edition.
Failure to install appliances correctly is dangerous
and could lead to prosecution.
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Installing Your Cooker
The information below is crucial to installing this appliance
correctly and safely.
UK Regulations & Standards
always refer to the most recent issue of the standards
Gas Safety Regulations.
Building Regulations - issued by the DEFRA.
Building Standards (Scotland) (Consolidated) - issued by
the Scottish Development Department.
I.E.E. Wiring Regulations.
Electricity at Work Regulations.
BS 6172 Installation of Domestic Gas Cooking. For LP
Gas, refer to BS 5482 Part 1, Part 2 or Part 3 as
relevant.
Installation and Servicing Instructions for this appliance.
For installation in countries other than the UK, the appliance
must be connected in accordance with all local gas and
electrical regulations.
In the Republic of Ireland installers should refer to IS 813
Domestic Gas Appliances.
Failure to install appliances correctly is dangerous
and could lead to prosecution.
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Installing Your Cooker
Fitting the plinth (if applicable)
Make sure the appliance is raised to a height of 915mm
or above before beginning. If the appliance is below
915mm - you can only fit the plinth cover labelled Y.
You can adjust the height using the feet (1) of the
appliance.
If your appliance has a storage drawer at the bottom,
you access the required holes through the base of the
drawer after lifting the mat.
Open the appliance doors, and loosen screw A located
on bracket (2). Do not remove this screw entirely.
Oven cavity
Door
X
A
(1)
(2)
B (3)
Y
Plinth cover
Insert screw B, through slot (3) and screw into the small
hole at the bottom of bracket (2).
Make sure that the plinth cover is flush to the appliance,
but not over tightened.
Fitting the splashback (if applicable)
Loosley fit screw A and nut B into hole 1 at both ends of
the rear surface of the appliance.
Locate fitted screw A through the slots in both of the
metal splashback plates.
Tighten screw A and nut B.
A
(1)
Now locate and tighten screw C and nut D through hole
(2) at both ends of the rear surface of the appliance.
Make sure that the splashback is securely attached, but
avoid over tightening.
B
C
D
Fitting the towel rail (if applicable)
On the towel rail there are two hole, top (A) and bottom
(B), these holes have corresponding holes on the fascia
at each end.
The screw for the top hole (A), must be screwed into
the supplied adaptor, whereas the remaining screw just
goes through the bottom hole (B). Both screws are M6
screws. Using the allen key provided, tighten the screws
making sure that the towel rail is flush to the fascia,
but not over tightened.
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(2)
A
B
Installing Your Cooker
Stabilising and Securing
Your cooker may come with a stability chain, if it does not
we recommend that you buy a stability bracket from your
local supplier, this will keep the cooker from moving and
will prevent damage to the flexible hosing at the back of
the cooker.
Your stability chain
Your cooker must be secured to a wall or a solid partition
behind the cooker.
Your stability bracket
You can buy a stability bracket from your supplier and it
can fitted as follows:
Place the cooker in position and draw a pencil line level
with the front edge.
Remove the cooker and mark off 450mm from the
pencil line to locate the front edge of the lower
bracket.
Fix the bracket to the floor. Measure from floor level
to engagement edge in the back of the cooker and add
3mm.
Assemble the underside of the top part of the bracket
to this height.
See the drawings for the location of the bracket and
the recommended positioning.
Back panels
Leveling
Once your cooker is secure:
Place aGasspirit
level onto a baking tray, on an oven shelf.
inlet pipe
of appliance
These cookers are fitted with Centre
leveling
feet and lock nuts
at the front, and adjustable wheels at the rear. The
wheel height can be adjusted using a screwdriver via the
hexagonal hole in the front plinth.
X
Locate stability bracket here
Rear feet and
wheels
Rear
plinths
Model viewed from rear
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Stability Hook
(not supplied)
Rear of cooker
Firmly fix chain
to cooker rear
Stability chain to
be as short as
possible
Cooker stability chain not designed
with bracket engagement slot
Installing Your Cooker
Connecting the electricity supply
Warning: This appliance must be earthed!
This appliance must be fitted using a double pole unit
of 30 ampere minimum capacity with 3mm minimum
contact at all poles.
Access to the mains terminal is gained by opening the
terminal block cover at the rear of the appliance - use
a flat bladed screw driver for this.
Connection should be made with a 6.0mm2 twin and
earth cable.
First strip the wires. then push the cable through the
cable clamping the terminal block cover.
Connect the cable to the terminal block and tighten the
cable clamp screw - see diagram.
Close the terminal box, ensuring that the cover is
engaged on the locking tabs.
Sufficient cable should be used to allow the cooker to
be pulled out, but must hang clear of the floor so it
does not become twisted or trapped when the cooker
is pushed back.
Please ensure that the user has this copy of the
handbook, and the appliance is in place. Thank you.
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For all models - except the
Gourmet 900DF
Installing Your Cooker
Connecting to the electricity supply
Warning - this appliance must be earthed.
The flexible mains lead is supplied connected to a BS
1363 fused plug.
If this plug does not fit in the socket in your home, it
should be replaced by a suitable plug as outlined below.
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of the
appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is green and yellow must be connected to
the terminal marked E
(Earth) or coloured green.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
terminal marked N (Neutral) or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal marked L (Live) or coloured red.
The plug and socket must be accessible after
installation.
Should the mains lead ever require replacing, we recommend that this is carried out by a qualified electrician who
will replace it with a lead of the same size and temperature rating.
Important: ensure that you route all mains, electrical
cables and flexible tubing well clear of any adjacent heat
source.
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For the Gourmet 900DF only.
E (Earth)
GREEN / YELLOW
N (Neutral)
BLUE
L (Live)
BROWN
Use a13 amp fuse
in a 13 amp plug.
The wires in the mains lead
are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green and Yellow = Earth
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Live
Installing Your Cooker
Connecting to the gas supply
The inlet to the appliance is ISO 7 - Rp 1⁄2” internal thread
situated towards the top right corner of the rear.
Fit the bayonet connection. This should be located so as
to ensure that the flexible hose does not kink.
Use a 900mm - 1125mm length of flexible hose.
Ensure that all pipe work is of the correct rating.
Natural Gas - Flexible connections should comply with
BS 669. Parts of the appliance likely to come into contact
with a flexible connector have a temperature of less than
70˙C.
LP Gas - For flexible connections use a bayonet type
hose, suitable for use on LP Gas up to 50mbar pressure
rise and 70˙C temperature rise. The flexible hose should
be coloured black with a red stripe, band or label. If in
doubt, contact your supplier.
After installation make sure all connections are gas
sound.
Commissioning
Pressure settings:
G20 Natural Gas @ 20mbar
G30 Butane @ 28-30mbar
G31 Propane @ 37mbar
Hob
Turn on gas supply and check for soundness at the hotplate injector. Light two burners and check that the pressure is correct.
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Technical Data - Notes
Type of gas:
Natural Gas I2H
Natural Gas II2H3+*
LP Gas I3+
Please see data badge your for specified gas
type. * Can be converted from Natural gas to LP Gas
Never attempt to convert an appliance
- unless the data badge states that you
can.
Burner Aeration:
Fixed
Pressure setting:
G20 Natural Gas @ 20mbar
G30 Butane @ 28-30mbar
G31 Propane @ 37mbar
Electrical supply:
220 - 240V ~ 50Hz
Injectors used (hotplate)
Size
Natural
Gas
LP gas
Small
77
50
Medium
104
70
Large
129
87
Wok
121 & 63
87 & 35
Countries of destination:
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Technical Data - Notes
Fuel Type
Hotplate Burner /
Element
Natural Gas
Hob
Hob
Hob
Hob
LP Gas
-
small
medium
Large
wok
Nominal Rate
Qn
Butane
g/h
Propane
g/h
1.0kW
2.0kW
3.0kW
3.5kW
-
-
73
145
218
254
72
143
215
250
Total heat input
5 burners
7 burners
11.5kW
13.5kW
Hob
Hob
Hob
Hob
1.0kW
2.0kW
3.0kW
3.5kW
-
small
medium
Large
wok
Total heat input
5 burners
7 burners
-
-
11.5kW
13.5kW
Fuel Type
Multifunction
oven
Conventional
top oven
Fanned oven
Slow cook oven
(if fitted)
Electric
@ 240V
2.2kW
1.4kW
2.0kW
0.22kW (Sterling 800)
0.17kW (all other
models)
Fuel Type
Dual Variable
grill
Oven lamps
Electric
@ 240V
2.7kW - 2.9kW
25W each
or
Halogen 40W each
Appliance
voltage
Appliance
maximum
load
Richmond 900
Richmond 1000
Richmond 1100
Sterling 1000
Sterling 1100
240V
7540W
7225W
7325W
5205W
5205W
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220V
6335W
6070W
6155W
4375W
4375W
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Service Record
Please record your model number and serial number in the space below.
Where are my model and serial numbers?
Freestanding HL appliances:
Freestanding appliances:
Built in oven:
Hobs:
base of storage drawer
front frame near oven cavity
front frame near oven cavity
base plate of the hob
Having these numbers to hand will help us to help you, quickly and more efficiently.
When contacting us, please use the Customer Care number on the back cover of this
handbook.
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of purchase
Installer stamp / Printed name
Date of installation
Place of purchase:
Date
Part(s) replaced
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Engineers Stamp/
Printed Name
Contact Us
Should you need to get in touch with us (UK and Northern Ireland only), please call
Stoves Customer Care Centre Helpline on:
0844 815 3740
For customers outside the UK and Northern Ireland, please contact your local supplier.
Glen Dimplex Home Appliances Limited is the owner of the Stoves brand and is part of
the Glen Dimplex group of companies.
08 27189 08 © 2.2010
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Model Names: Richmond 900DFT, 1000DFT, 1100DFT. Sterling 1000DFT, 1100DFT
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