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Gorenje EC637E14WX
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DETAILED
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR USE OF ELECTRIC
FREE STANDING
COOKER
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
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ELECTRIC FREE STANDING COOKER
8 Control unit
10 Technical specifications
11 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
13 Before connecting the oven:
14 BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
PREPARING THE
APPLIANCE FOR
THE FIRST USE
15 COOKING HOB
18 STEPS OF THE COOKING PROCESS (1–6)
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Step
Step
Step
Step
Step
Step
COOKING STEPS
1: SWITCHING ON AND SETTINGS
2: CHOOSING THE COOKING SYSTEM
3: CHOOSING THE SETTINGS
4: SELECTING ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS/EXTRAS
5: STARTING THE COOKING PROCESS
6: SWITCHING OFF THE OVEN
27 DESCRIPTIONS OF SYSTEMS (COOKING MODES) AND COOKING
TABLES
43 MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
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50
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MAINTENANCE
& CLEANING
Cleaning the cooking hobs
Cleaning the glass ceramic surface
Conventional oven cleaning
Using the aqua clean function to clean the oven
Removing and cleaning wire and telescopic extendible guides
Installing the catalytic inserts
Cleaning the oven cavity ceiling
Removing and inserting the oven door
Removing and inserting the oven door glass pane
Replacing the bulb
55 TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
TROUBLESHOOTING
56 DISPOSAL
OTHER
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57 COOKING TEST
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ELECTRIC FREE STANDING
COOKER
(DESCRIPTION OF THE OVEN AND EQUIPMENT – DEPENDING ON
THE MODEL)
The figure represents one of the built-in appliance models. Since the appliances for which
these instructions were drawn up may have different equipment, some functions or
equipment may be described in the manual that may not be present in your appliances.
Cooking hob (conventional or
glass ceramic)
Control unit
Door switch
4
3
2
Guides – cooking
levels
1
Door
Door handle
Drawer
Adjustable feet
APPLIANCE LID
Make sure the lid is clean and that there is no liquid spilt on it before raising it. The lid
may be lacquer-coated or glass. It may only be closed when the cooking zones have
completely cooled down.
APPLIANCE DRAWER
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Do not store combustible, explosive, volatile or temperaturesensitive items (such as paper, dish cloths, plastic bags, cleaners
or detergents and spray cans) in the oven's storage drawer, as
they can ignite during over operation and cause a fire.
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PUSH-PULL KNOB
Slightly push the knob until it pops out; then, rotate it.
After each use, rotate the knob back to the "off" position and push it back in. The
push-pull knob can only be pushed back when the switch is in the "off" position.
CONTROL LIGHT
Yellow light
The yellow light is on whenever any appliance function is activated.
WIRE GUIDES
The wire guides allow preparation of the food on four levels (please note that the levels/
guides are counted from the bottom up).
Guides 3 and 4 are intended for grilling.
TELESCOPIC PULL-OUT GUIDES
Telescopic pull-out guides may be fitted for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th level.
Pull-out guides can be partly or fully extendible.
OVEN DOOR SWITCH
The switch deactivates oven heating and the fan when the oven door is opened during the
cooking process. When the door is closed, the switch turns the heaters back on.
COOLING FAN
The appliance is fitted with a cooling fan that cools the housing and the appliance control
panel.
EXTENDED OPERATION OF THE COOLING FAN
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After the oven is switched off, the cooling fan continues to operate for a short while in
order to cool the oven.
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OVEN EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES
GLASS BAKING DISH is used for cooking
with all oven systems. It can also be used as
a serving tray.
The GRID is used for grilling or as support
for a pan, baking tray or baking dish with
the food.
There is a safety latch on the grid.
Therefore, lift the grid slightly at the front
when pulling it out from the oven.
The SHALLOW BAKING SHEET is used for
baking pastry and cakes.
The DEEP BAKING TRAY is used for roasting
meat and baking moist pastry. It can also be
used as a drip tray.
Never place the deep baking tray in the
first guide during the cooking process, except
when grilling food or using the roasting spit
and you are only using the deep tray as a drip
tray.
The grid or the tray should always be
inserted into the groove between the two
wire profiles.
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4
3
With telescopic extendible guides, first pull
out the guides of one level and place the
grid or the baking tray onto them. Then,
push them in with your hand as far as they
will go.
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Close the oven door when the
telescopic guides are retracted all the way
into the oven.
CATALYTIC INSERTS prevent the spraying
fat from sticking to sides of the oven cavity.
GREASE FILTER protects the fan, the
round heater, and the oven from undesired
fat impurities. It may also be used when
roasting meat. Always remove it when
baking pastry.
The ROTISSERIE (meat skewer) is used
for roasting meat. The set consists of a
skewer support, skewer with screws, and a
removable handle.
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The appliance and some of the accessible parts tend to heat up
during cooking. Use oven mitts.
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CONTROL UNIT
(DEPENDING ON THE MODEL)
1
COOKING ZONE
KNOB, REAR
LEFT
2
COOKING
ZONE KNOB,
FRONT LEFT
4
COOKING
SYSTEM
SELECTOR KNOB
5b
3
5a
5c
LIGHT – The
light is on
whenever any
appliance function
is activated.
CHILD LOCK
KEY
VALUE DECREASE KEY
CLOCK
AND TIMER
SELECTOR KEY
NOTE:
Symbols of cooking systems may be located on the knob or on the front panel
(depending on the appliance model).
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5d
VALUE INCREASE KEY
6
TEMPERATURE
KNOB
7
COOKING ZONE
KNOB, FRONT
RIGHT
8
COOKING ZONE
KNOB, REAR
RIGHT
5e
START/STOP
KEY
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NOTE:
The keys will respond better if you touch them with a larger area of your fingertip. Each
time you press a key, a short acoustic signal will be sounded.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
xxxxxx
TYPE: XXXXXX
ART. Nr:
SER. Nr: XXXXXX
The rating plate indicating the
basic information about the
appliance is located at the edge
of the oven and it is visible when
the oven door is opened.
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220-240V ~
220V-240V, 50/60Hz
Pnmax : 3.5 kW
TN XXXXX
(DEPENDING ON THE MODEL)
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND SAVE THEM
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This appliance may only be used by children aged 8 years
and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
supervision or instructions are provided to them concerning
use of the appliance in a safe way and if they understand
the hazards involved. Do not let the children play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made
by children without supervision.
WARNING: The appliance and some of its accessible parts
may become very hot during use. Be careful not to touch
the heaters. Children younger than 8 years should be
constantly supervised.
The appliance becomes very hot during use. Be careful not
to touch the oven heaters.
WARNING: The accessible parts of the appliance may
become hot during use. Children should be kept away from
the oven.
WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store items on the
cooking surfaces.
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WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can
be dangerous and may result in fire. Never try to extinguish
a fire with water, but switch off the appliance and then
cover flame with a lid or a damp cloth.
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WARNING: If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance
to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Only use the temperature probe recommended for use in
this oven.
WARNING: Before replacing the light bulb, make sure the
appliance has been disconnected from the power mains, in
order to prevent the hazard of an electric shock.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean
the oven as they may damage the finish or the protective enamel
coating. Such damages may lead to cracking of the glass.
Do not use steam cleaners or high-pressure cleaners to clean the
cooking hob, as this may result in an electric shock.
The appliance is not intended to be controlled by external timers
or special control systems.
The appliance is intended for household
use. Do not use it for any other purpose,
such as room heating, drying of pets or
other animals, paper, fabrics, herbs etc. as
this may lead to injury or fire hazard.
The appliance is intended to be placed
directly on the floor, without any supports
or plinths.
The appliance may only be connected to
the power mains by an authorized service
technician or expert.
Tampering with the appliance or nonprofessional repair thereof may result
in risk of severe injury or damage to the
product.
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If the power cords of other appliances
located near this appliance are caught
in the oven door, they may be damaged,
which may in turn result in a short circuit.
Therefore, keep the power cords of other
appliances at a safe distance.
If the power cord is damaged, it should
be replaced by the manufacturer or an
authorized service technician, in order to
avoid hazard.
Do not line the oven walls with aluminium
foil and do not place baking trays or other
cookware on the oven bottom. Aluminium
foil would prevent air circulation in the
oven, hinder the cooking process, and ruin
the enamel coating.
Oven door become very hot during
operation. A third glass is installed for extra
protection, reducing the temperature of the
outside surface (only with some models).
Oven door hinges may be damaged when
under excessive load. Do not place heavy
pans on open oven door and do not lean
against open oven door when cleaning the
oven cavity. Never stand on the open oven
door and do not let children to sit on it.
Make sure the vents are never covered or
obstructed in any other way.
BEFORE CONNECTING THE OVEN:
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Carefully read the instructions for use before connecting the
appliance. Repair or any warranty claim resulting from incorrect
connection or use of the appliance shall not be covered by the
warranty.
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BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
FOR THE FIRST TIME
If your cooking hob has conventional cooking zones, switch them on to the maximum
power for 3 to 5 minutes without any cookware on them. As the cooking zones heat
up, some smoke may appear on the cooking hob surface. Thus, the cooking zone finish
reaches its maximum resistance.
If your hob has a glass ceramic surface, clean it with a damp cloth and some washingup liquid. Do not use aggressive cleaners, such as abrasive cleaners that could cause
scratches, abrasive dishwashing sponges, or stain removers.
Upon receiving the appliance, remove all parts, including any transport equipment, from
the oven.
Clean all accessories and utensils with warm water and regular detergent. Do not use any
abrasive cleaners.
When the oven heats up for the first time, the characteristic smell of a new appliance will
be emitted. Ventilate the room thoroughly during the first operation.
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COOKING HOB
CONVENTIONAL HOBS
- Make sure the cooking zone and the cookware bottom is clean and dry. This will allow
better conduction of heat and prevent any damage to the heating surface.
- Overheated fat and oil on the cooking zones may ignite. Therefore, be careful when
cooking with fat or oil and always control the cooking process.
- Do not place wet cookware or lids covered in steam on the cooking zones. Moisture may
damage the cooking zones.
- Do not cool down the hot cookware by placing it on the cooking zones that were not
in use, because the condensate that will appear under the cookware bottom may aid
corrosion.
Rotate the knob to switch on the cooking
zone. Cooking zone heating power can be
set in steps from 1 to 6 or continuously from
1 to 4.
Switch off the cooking zone 3 – 5
minutes before the end of the cooking
process to make use of the residual heat
and save power.
Rapid cooking zones (only with some models) can operate with greater power than
regular cooking zones, which means they can heat up more quickly.
These cooking zones are indicated with a red dot in the middle. After repeated heating
and cleaning, this dot may disappear.
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In case of prolonged use of cast iron plates, the area of the plate
and the edge of the cooking zone may discolour. Service in such
case is not covered by the warranty.
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GLASS CERAMIC COOKING SURFACE
- The heating zone will quickly reach the set power or temperature, while the area around
the hot cooking zones will remain cook.
- The hob is resistant to temperature changes.
- The hob is also impact-resistant. Even if the cookware is placed onto the hob roughly,
the hob will not be damaged.
- Using the glass ceramic hob as a storage area may result in scratches or other damage
to it.
- Do not use aluminium or plastic cookware on hot cooking zones. Do not place any
plastic objects or aluminium foil on the glass ceramic hob.
- Do not use the glass ceramic hob if it is cracked or broken. If a sharp object falls on
the hob, the hob may break. The consequences of such occurrence may be visible
immediately or only after a while. If any visible crack appears in the hob, immediately cut
off the power supply to the appliance.
CONTROL OF THE TWO-RING COOKING
ZONE:
The area of the two-ring cooking zone
can adapt to the size and the form of your
cookware.
To activate the larger heating zone, rotate
the cooking zone knob as far as it will go
(a click will be heard), then set the desired
power level.
RESIDUAL HEAT INDICATOR
Every cooking zone has a signal light that
lights up when the cooking zone is hot.
When the cooking zone cools down, the
signal light goes out. The residual heat
indicator may also light up if a hot pot or
pan is placed on a cool cooking zone.
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TIPS REGARDING YOUR COOKWARE
- Use quality cookware with flat and stable
bottom.
- Pan bottom and cooking zone diameters
should be the same.
- Tempered glass cookware with special
ground bottom may be used on the
cooking zones if its diameter fits that
of the cooking zones. Cookware with
larger diameter may crack due to thermal
tension.
- Make sure the pot or pan is in the middle
of the cooking zone.
- When using a pressure cooker, keep an eye on it until the right pressure is reached.
First, set the cooking zone to maximum power; then, following the pressure cooker
manufacturer's instructions, use the relevant sensor to decrease the cooking power at
the right time.
- Make sure there is enough liquid in the pressure cooker, or any other pot or pan. Due to
overheating, using an empty pot on the cooking zone may result in damage to both the
pot and the cooking zone.
- When using special cookware, observe the manufacturer's instructions.
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ENERGY SAVING TIPS
- Diameter of the pot and pan bottoms should match the diameter of the cooking zone. If
the pot or pan is too small, a part of the heat will be lost, and the cooking zone may be
damaged.
- If the cooking process allows, use a lid.
- Cookware should be suitably sized given the amount of food. When you cook a small
amount of food in a large pot or pan, more energy is lost.
- If a dish takes a long time to cook, use a pressure cooker.
- Vegetables, potatoes etc. may be cooked in a smaller amount of water. The food will
cook just as well, as long as the pot is tightly closed with a lid. After bringing the water
to a boil, reduce the heat to a level that just suffices to maintain a slow simmer.
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STEPS OF THE COOKING
PROCESS (1–6)
STEP 1: SWITCHING ON AND SETTINGS
After connecting your appliance or after an extended power outage, 12:00 will flash on
the display and the symbol will light up .
Set the time of day.
SETTING THE CLOCK
1
Touch the
of day.
and
keys to set the time
If you press and hold the value
adjustment key, the rate at which the set
value is being changed will increase.
CHANGING THE CLOCK SETTING
Clock settings may be changed when no timer function is activated. To set the current
time (clock), touch the CLOCK key several times to select the symbol.
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STEP 2: CHOOSING THE COOKING SYSTEM
Rotate the knob (left and right) to select
the cooking system (see program table).
Settings can also be changed during
the cooking process.
DESCRIPTION
SUGGESTED
TEMPERATURE °C
COOKING SYSTEMS
RAPID PREHEAT
Use this function if you wish to heat the oven to the desired
temperature as quickly as possible. This function is not
appropriate for cooking food. When the oven heats up to the
desired temperature, the heating process is completed.
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UPPER AND BOTTOM HEATER
The heaters in the bottom and in the ceiling of the oven
cavity will radiate heat evenly into the oven interior. Pastry or
meat can only be baked/roasted at a single height level.
200
TOP HEATER
Only the heater on the oven cavity ceiling will radiate heat
onto the food. Use it to brown the upper side of your dish
(final browning).
180
BOTTOM HEATER
Only the heater on the bottom of the oven cavity will radiate
heat. Use this heater to brown the lower side of the dish.
180
GRILL
Only grill heater, a part of the large grill set, will operate.
This system is used for grilling a smaller amount of open
sandwiches or beer sausages, and for toasting bread.
220
LARGE GRILL
The upper heater and the grill heater will operate. The heat
is radiated directly by the grill heater installed in the oven
ceiling. To boost the heating effect, the upper heater is
activated as well.
This combination is used for grilling a smaller amount of
open sandwiches, meat or beer sausages, and for toasting
bread.
220
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19
SYSTEM
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DESCRIPTION
SUGGESTED
TEMPERATURE °C
GRILL WITH FAN
Grill heater and the fan will operate. This combination is used
to grill meat and to roast larger chunks of meat or poultry at
a single height level. It is also appropriate for dishes au gratin
and for browning to a crispy crust.
170
TOP HEATER AND FAN
The top (upper) heater and the fan will operate. Use this
system to roast larger chunks of meat and poultry. It is also
suitable for dishes au gratin.
170
HOT AIR AND BOTTOM HEATER
The bottom heater, the round heater, and the hot air fan
will operate. This is used to bake pizza, moist pastry,
fruitcakes, leavened dough and shortcrust on several levels
simultaneously.
200
HOT AIR
Round heater and the fan will operate. The fan installed
in the back wall of the oven cavity makes sure the hot air
constantly circulates around the roast or pastry. This mode
is used for roasting meat and baking pastry at several levels
simultaneously.
180
BOTTOM HEATER AND FAN
This is used for baking leavened but low-rising pastry and for
preserving fruit and vegetables.
180
TOP AND BOTTOM HEATER WITH FAN
Both heaters and the fan are activated. The fan allows even
circulation of hot air inside the oven. It is used for baking
pastry, for defrosting, and for drying fruit and vegetables.
180
PLATE WARMER
Use this function to reheat your dinnerware (plates, cups)
before serving food in it to keep the food warm longer.
60
AQUA CLEAN
Only the bottom heater will radiate heat. Use this function to
remove stains and food residues from the oven. The program
takes 30 minutes.
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DEFROSTING
The air circulates with no heaters activated. Only the fan will
be activated. This is used to slowly thaw frozen food.
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STEP 3: CHOOSING THE SETTINGS
ADJUSTING THE COOKING TEMPERATURE
When using the oven system with the
large grill and grill, set the temperature
knob to position .
Rotate the knob to set the desired
TEMPERATURE.
After switching on the appliance by touching the START key, the temperature icon is
displayed on the display unit.
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To switch on the appliance, press the START key and hold it for a while – about 1
second.
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TIMER FUNCTIONS
First rotate the COOKING SYSTEM SELECTOR KNOB; then, set the temperature.
Touch the TIMER key several times to select the desired timer function.
The icon for the selected timer function will light up and the adjustable cooking start/end
time will flash on the display.
Press START to start the cooking process. ELAPSED COOKING TIME will be displayed.
Timer function display
Setting the cooking time
In this mode, you can define the duration of oven operation
(cooking time). Set the desired cooking time. First set the minutes,
then the hours. Icon and cooking time are displayed on the display
unit.
Setting the delayed start
In this mode, you may specify the duration of the cooking process
(cooking time) and the time when you wish the cooking process to
stop (end time). Make sure the clock is accurately set to current time.
Example:
Current time: noon
Cooking time: 2 hours
End of cooking: 6 pm
First, set the cooking time (cooking duration), i.e. 2 hours. The sum of
the current time and cooking time is automatically displayed (2 pm).
Touch the TIMER key again to select the COOKING TIME symbol and
set the time when you wish the cooking to end (6 pm).
Press START to start the cooking process. The timer will wait for the
time to start the cooking process and the symbol will be lit up. The
oven automatically switches on (at 4 pm) and stops operating and the
selected time (at 6 pm).
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Setting the minute minder
The minute minder can be used independently of the oven
operation. The longest possible setting is 24 hours.
During the last minute, the minute minder is displayed in seconds.
After the set time expires, the oven will automatically stop operating (end of cooking).
An acoustic signal will be heard which you may turn off by touching any key. After one
minute, the acoustic signal will be switched off automatically.
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Timer functions can be cancelled by setting the time to "0". Any timer function may also
be quickly cancelled by simultaneously pressing the and key and holding them for a
while.
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STEP 4: SELECTING ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS/EXTRAS
Activate/deactivate the
functions by pressing the
desired key or a combination
of keys.
CHILD LOCK
Activate it by touching the CHILD LOCK key. "Loc" will appear on
the display unit for 5 seconds. Touch the key again to deactivate
the child lock.
If the child lock is activated with no timer function engaged (only
clock is displayed), then the oven will not operate. If the child lock
is activated after a timer function has been set, then the oven will
operate normally; however, it will not be possible to change the
settings.
When the child lock is activated, the systems can be changed,
but it is not possible to change the extra functions. The cooking
process can be ended by rotating the selector knob to "0".
Child lock will remain active after the oven is switched off. To
select a new system, the child lock must first be deactivated.
OVEN LIGHTING
Oven lighting will be switched on automatically each time a
cooking system is selected.
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5sek
ACOUSTIC SIGNAL
Loudness of the acoustic signal can be set when no timer function
is activated (only the time of day is displayed).
Press the key and hold it for five seconds. First, "Vol" will appear
on the display unit, followed by two fully lit bars. Touch the and
keys to choose one of the three volume levels (one, two, or three
bars). After three seconds, the setting will be automatically stored
and the time of day will appear.
DECREASING THE DISPLAY CONTRAST
The cooking system selector knob has to be in position "0".
Hold the key for 5 seconds. First, "bri" will appear on the display
unit, followed by two fully lit bars. Touch the and keys to adjust
the display dimmer (one, two, or three bars). After three seconds,
the setting will be automatically saved.
After a power outage or after the appliance is switched off, the
additional function settings will remain stored for no more than
a few minutes. Then, all settings, except for the acoustic signal,
display dimmer, and child lock will be reset to factory defaults.
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STEP 5: STARTING THE COOKING PROCESS
Start the cooking process by pressing the START/STOP key and holding it for a while.
Temperature and operation symbols will be lit up.
If no timer function is selected, the cooking duration time, cooking time will appear on the
display unit.
Operation symbol
Heating / temperature symbol
While the oven is heating up, the temperature symbol will flash. When the oven reaches
the set temperature, the symbol will light up and a short beep will be sounded.
STEP 6: SWITCHING OFF THE OVEN
To stop the cooking process, press and hold the START/STOP key.
Turn the COOKING SYSTEM SELECTOR and TEMPERATURE KNOB to position "0".
After the cooking process, all timer settings are also paused and cancelled, except for
the minute minder. Time of day (clock) will be displayed. The cooling fan will continue to
operate for a while.
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DESCRIPTIONS OF SYSTEMS
(COOKING MODES) AND
COOKING TABLES
If your desired food cannot be found in the cooking table, find information for similar
food. The information displayed applies to cooking in a single level.
An interval of suggested temperature is indicated. Start with a lower temperature setting
and increase it if you find the food is not browned sufficiently.
Cooking times are rough estimates and may vary subject to some conditions.
The symbol * means that the oven should be preheated using the selected cooking
system.
Only preheat the oven if required by the recipe of in the tables in this instruction manual.
Heating an empty oven consumes a lot of energy. Hence, baking several types of pastry
or several pizzas successively will save a lot of energy as the oven will already have been
preheated.
Use dark, black silicon-layered or enamel-coated baking sheets and trays as they conduct
the heat very well.
When using parchment paper, make sure it is resistant to high temperatures.
When cooking larger chunks of meat or pastry, a lot of steam will be generated inside the
oven, which in turn may condense on the oven door. This is a normal phenomenon which
will not affect the operation of the appliance. After the cooking process, wipe the door
and the door glass dry.
Always remove the grease filter from the oven when baking pastry.
Switch off the oven approximately 10 minutes before the end of the cooking process to
save energy by making use of the accumulated heat.
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Do not cool the food in a closed oven to prevent condensation (dew).
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COOKING SYSTEMS
UPPER AND BOTTOM HEATER
The heaters in the bottom and in the ceiling
of the oven cavity will radiate heat evenly
into the oven interior.
2
Roasting meat:
Use enamel coated, tempered glass, clay, or cast iron pan or tray. Stainless steel trays are
not suitable as they strongly reflect the heat.
Use enamel coated, tempered glass, clay, or cast iron pan or tray. Stainless steel trays are
not suitable as they strongly reflect the heat.
Food
Weight (g)
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Pork roast
1500
2
190-200
120-130
Pork shoulder
1500
2
190-200
120-140
Pork roulade
1500
2
190-200
120-140
Meat loaf
1500
2
200-210
60-70
Beef roast
1500
2
190-210
120-140
Roast beef, well done
1000
2
200-210
40-60
Veal roulade
1500
2
180-200
90-120
Lamb sirloin
1500
2
190-200
100-120
Rabbit loin
1500
2
190-200
100-120
Deer shank
MEAT
1500
2
190-200
100-120
Pizza *
/
2
220
25
Chicken
1500
2
200
80
1000
2
210
50-60
FISH
Braised fish
system.
Use this system to roast chicken, if the appliance does not have the
Use this system to bake pizza, if the appliance does not have the
system.
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Baking pastry
Only use one level and dark baking sheets or trays. In light-coloured baking sheets or
trays, the browning of the pastry will be poorer, as such equipment will reflect the heat.
Always place the baking trays on the grid. If you are using the supplied baking sheet,
remove the grid. Cooking time will be shorter if the oven is preheated.
Food
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Vegetable soufflé
2
190-200
30-35
Sweet soufflé
2
190-200
30-35
Rolls *
2
200-220
30-40
Bread *
2
180-190
50-60
White bread *
2
180-190
50-60
Buckwheat bread *
2
180-190
50-60
Whole grain bread *
2
180-190
50-60
Rye bread *
2
180-190
50-60
Spelt bread *
2
180-190
50-60
Walnut cake
2
180
55-60
Sponge cake *
2
160-170
25-30
Cheesecake
2
170-180
65-75
Cupcakes
2
170-180
25-30
Small pastries made with yeast dough
2
200-210
25-30
Cabbage pirozhki
2
185-195
25-40
Fruitcake
2
150-160
40-50
Meringue cookies
2
90
120
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Tip
Use
Is the cake done?
• Pierce the cake at the top with a wooden toothpick or
skewer. If there are no traces on the pick or the skewer
when pulled out, the cake is done.
Did the cake collapse?
• Check the recipe.
• Next time, use less liquid.
• Note the mixing time when using small mixers, blenders
etc.
The cake is too light at
the bottom?
• Use a dark-coloured baking sheet or tray.
• Place the baking sheet one guide lower and switch on the
lower heater towards the end of the cooking progress.
Cake with moist stuffing
is underdone?
• Increase temperature and extend baking time.
Do not insert the deep baking tray into the first guide.
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LARGE GRILL, GRILL
When grilling food with the large grill, the
upper heater and the grill heater fitted on
the ceiling of the oven cavity will operate.
When grilling food, the upper heater and
the grill heater fitted on the ceiling of the
oven cavity will operate.
Preheat the infrared (grill) heater for five minutes.
Supervise the cooking process at all times. The meat may burn quickly due to high
temperature.
Roasting with the grill heater is suitable for crispy and low-fat cooking of bratwurst, cuts
of meat and fish (steaks, escalopes, salmon steaks or fillets etc.) or toasted bread.
When grilling directly on the grid, smear it with oil to prevent the meat from sticking onto
it and insert it into the 4th guide. Insert the drip tray in to the 1st or 2nd guide. When
grilling in a baking tray, make sure there is enough liquid in the tray to prevent burning.
Turn the meat during cooking.
After grilling, clean the oven, the accessories, and the utensils.
Grilling table – small grill
Type of food
Weight (g)
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
180 g / piece
3
220
18-21
MEAT
Beefsteak, rare
Pork neck fillet
180 g / piece
3
220
18-22
Cutlets/chops
180 g / piece
3
220
20-22
Grill sausages
100 g / piece
3
220
11-14
Toast
/
4
220
3-4
Open sandwiches
/
4
220
5-7
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Grilling table – large grill
Type of food
Weight (g)
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Beefsteak, rare
180 g / piece
3
220
14-16
Beefsteak, well done
180 g / piece
3
220
18-21
Pork neck fillet
180 g / piece
3
220
19-23
Cutlets/chops
180 g / piece
3
220
20-24
Veal escalope
180 g / slice
3
220
19-22
Grill sausages
100 g / piece
3
220
11-14
Spam (Leberkäse)
200 g / piece
3
220
9-15
600
3
220
19-22
MEAT
FISH
Salmon steaks/fillets
TOASTED BREAD
6 slices of white bread
/
4
220
1.5-3
4 slices of mixed grain
bread
/
4
220
2-3
Open sandwiches
/
4
220
3.5-7
Always keep the oven door closed when using the grill (infrared) heater.
Grill heater, grid, and other oven accessories get very hot during grilling. Therefore, use
oven mitts and meat tongs.
Always keep the oven door closed when using the grill (infrared)
heater.
Grill heater, grid, and other oven accessories get very hot during
grilling. Therefore, use oven mitts and meat tongs.
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Cooking with the rotisserie (depending on the model)
Maximum temperature when using the rotisserie is 240°C.
1
Insert the skewer support into the 3rd
guide from the bottom and place the
deep tray into the bottom (1st) guide to
serve as a drip tray.
2
Impale the meat on the skewer and
tighten the screws.
3
Place the skewer handle on the front
skewer support and insert the tip
into the opening in the right hand side of
the rear oven cavity wall (the opening is
protected with a rotating cover).
4
Undo the skewer handle and close the
oven door.
Switch on the oven and select the LARGE
GRILL system.
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GRILL WITH FAN
In this operating mode, the grill heater and
the fan operate simultaneously. Suitable for
grilling meat, fish, and vegetables.
(See descriptions and tips for GRILL.)
Type of food
Weight
(g)
Guide level
(from the
bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(min)
2000
2
150-170
80-100
MEAT
Duck *
Pork roast
1500
2
160-170
60-85
Pork shoulder
1500
2
150-160
120-160
Pork shank
1000
2
150-160
120-140
Half of chicken
600
2
180-190
25 (one side)
20 (other side)
Chicken*
100
2
190
30 (one side)
30 (other side)
200g/piece
2
170-180
45-50
FISH
Trout
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HOT AIR AND BOTTOM HEATER
The bottom heater, the round heater, and
the hot air fan will operate. Suitable for
baking pizzas, apple pies, and fruitcakes.
2
Food
Guide (from the
bottom)
Temperature (°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Cheesecake, short crust
2
150-160
65-80
Pizza *
2
200-210
15-20
Quiche Lorraine,
shortcrust
2
180-200
35-40
Apple pie, leavened
dough
2
150-160
35-40
Apple strudel, phyllo
dough
2
170-180
45-65
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(See descriptions and tips for UPPER and
BOTTOM HEATER.)
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HOT AIR
Round heater and the fan will operate. The
fan installed in the back wall of the oven
cavity makes sure the hot air constantly
circulates around the roast or pastry.
2
Roasting meat:
Use enamel coated, tempered glass, clay, or cast iron pan or tray. Stainless steel trays are
not suitable as they strongly reflect the heat.
Provide enough liquid during the cooking process to prevent the meat from burning. Turn
the meat during roasting. The roast will remain juicier if you cover it.
Food
Weight (g)
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Pork roast, including
skin
1500
2
170-180
140-160
Pork belly
1500
2
170-180
120-150
Duck
1700
2
160-170
120-150
Goose
4000
2
150-160
180-200
Turkey
5000
2
150-170
180-220
Chicken breast
1000
2
180-190
70-85
Stuffed chicken
1500
2
170-180
100-120
MEAT
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Baking pastry
Preheating is recommended.
Biscuits and cookies can be baked in shallow baking sheets on several levels simultaneously
(2nd and 3rd).
Note that baking time can differ even with if the baking sheets used are the same. The biscuits
in the upper baking sheet may be ready sooner than those in the lower one.
Always place the baking trays on the grid. If you are using the supplied baking sheet, remove
the grid.
For even browning, make sure the biscuits are of the same thickness.
Food
Guide (from the
bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
PASTRY
Cake
2
150-160
45-60
Sponge cake
2
150-160
25-35
Crumble cake
2
160-170
25-35
Fruit cake, sponge
2
150-160
45-65
Plum cake
2
150-160
30-40
Sponge roll*
2
160-170
15-25
Fruit cake, short crust
2
160-170
50-70
Challah (braided yeast bun)
2
160-170
35-50
Apple strudel
2
170-180
40-60
Jelly-filled rolls (Buchtel)
2
170-180
30-35
Biscuits, short crust
2
150-160
15-25
Biscuits, pressed
2
150-160
15-28
Cookies, leavened
2
170-180
20-35
Cookies, phyllo dough
2
170-180
20-30
Yoghurt
2
40
240
Apple and cottage cheese
strudel
2
170-180
50-70
Pizza
2
170-180
20-30
Fried potatoes, oven-ready
2
170-180
20-35
Croquettes, oven-baked
2
170-180
20-35
Cream-filled pastry
2
180-190
25-45
PASTRY – FROZEN
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BOTTOM HEATER AND FAN
This is used for baking leavened but lowrising pastry and for preserving fruit and
vegetables. Use the second guide from the
bottom and a rather shallow baking tray
to allow the hot air to circulate across the
upper side of the dish.
2
Type of food
Guide (from
the bottom)
Temperature
Cooking time
(minutes)
FRUIT
Strawberries
2
180
20-30
Stone fruits
2
180
25-40
Fruit mush
2
180
25-40
Pickled gherkins
2
180
25-40
Beans/carrots
2
180
25-40
VEGETABLES
PRESERVATION
Prepare the food to be preserved and jars as usual. Use jars with a rubber sealing ring and
a glass cover. Do not use jars with threaded or metal caps or metal tins. Make sure the jars
are of equal size, filled with the same contents, and tightly sealed.
Pour 1 litre of hot water into the deep tray (approx. 70°C) and place 6 1-litre jars into the
tray. Place the tray into the oven on the second guide.
During preservation, observe the food and cook until the liquid in the jars starts to simmer
– when bubbles appear in the first jar.
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Food
Amount (L)
T = 170 °C –
180 °C until
bubbles
appear in the
jars / until
liquid in the
jars starts to
simmer
Temperature
at the start of
simmering –
when bubbles
appeared
Resting time
in the oven
(min)
FRUIT
Strawberries
6×1 l
40-55
switch off
25
Stone fruits
6×1 l
40-55
switch off
30
Fruit mush
6×1 l
40-55
switch off
35
Pickled gherkins
6×1 l
40-55
switch off
30
Beans, carrots
6×1 l
40-55
120°C, 60min
30
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TOP AND BOTTOM HEATER WITH FAN
It is used for baking of all types of pastry,
for defrosting, and for drying fruit and
vegetables. Before placing the food into the
preheated oven, wait for the light to go off
for the first time. For best results, only bake
on one shelf (level).
The oven should be preheated. Use the
second or the fourth guide, counting from
the bottom up.
4
2
Table for baking pastry with upper and lower heater and the fan
Type of pastry
Guide level (from
the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking
time
(minutes)
Marble cake
2
140–150 45–55
Cake in a rectangular baking
sheet
2
130–140 45–55
Cheesecake
2
130–140 55–65
Fruit cake – shortcrust
2
140–150 35–45
Sponge cake
2
130–140 20–30
Crumble cake
2
140–150 25–35
Fruit cake, sponge
2
130–140 35–45
Sponge roll
2
140–150 18–23
Braided bread, ring bread
2
140–150 25–35
Christmas loaf
2
130–140 50–60
Apple strudel
2
140–150 45–55
Jelly-filled rolls (Buchtel)
2
150–160 25–35
Gugelhupf (Bundt cake)
2
130–140 40–50
Shortcrust biscuits
2
140–150 18–25
Pressed cookies *
2
130–140 10–15
Small pastries, leavened dough
2
140–150
15–20
Bread
2
170–180
45–55
Pizza
2
180–190
13–20
Quiche Lorraine
2
150–160
35–45
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Type of pastry
Guide level (from
the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking
time
(minutes)
Apple strudel
2
150-160
40-50
Pizza
2
160-170
15-23
Phyllo pastry
2
150-160
18-25
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DEFROSTING
In this mode, the air will circulate without any heaters operating.
Food suitable for defrosting includes cakes with heavy cream or butter-based cream,
cakes and pastry, bread and rolls, and deep-frozen fruit.
Turn the COOKING SYSTEM SELECTOR
KNOB to defrosting.
Touch the START/STOP key to start the
defrosting process.
In most cases, it is recommended to remove the food from the packaging (do not forget
to remove any metal clamps or clips).
Halfway through the defrost time, the pieces should be turned over, stirred and separated
if they were frozen together.
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MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
Be sure to unplug the appliance from the power supply and wait
for the appliance to cool down.
Children should not clean the appliance or perform maintenance
tasks without proper supervision.
Aluminium finish
Clean the aluminium finish with non-abrasive liquid cleaners intended for such surfaces.
Apply the cleaner onto a wet cloth and clean the surface. Then, rinse the surface with
water. Do not apply the cleaner directly onto the aluminium finish.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or sponges.
Note: The surface should not come into contact with oven cleaning sprays as this may
result in visible and permanent damage.
Stainless steel sheet front side of the housing
(depending on the model)
Clean this surface only with a mild detergent (soapsuds) and a soft sponge that will not
scratch the finish. Do not use abrasive cleaners or cleaners containing solvents as they
may damage the housing finish.
Lacquer-coated surfaces and plastic parts
(depending on the model)
Do not clean the knobs and buttons, door handles, stickers, and rating/type plates with
abrasive cleaners or abrasive cleaning materials, alcohol-based cleaners, or with alcohol.
Immediately remove any stains with a soft non-abrasive cloth and some water, in order to
avoid damaging the surface.
You may also use cleaners and cleaning materials intended for such surfaces as instructed
by their respective manufacturers.
Control unit:
Do not clean the surface with abrasive cleaners or harsh cleaning tools.
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The aluminium-coated surfaces should not come into contact with oven cleaning
sprays as this may result in visible and permanent damage.
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CLEANING THE COOKING HOBS
Clean the area around the cooking zones with hot water and some
washing-up liquid.
For stubborn dirt, use a steel wool pad soaked with detergent; then,
rinse the hob and wipe it dry.
Liquids containing salt, boiled-over liquids and moisture have
detrimental effect on the cooking zones. Always clean the cooking
zones,
Use regular cleaners and commercially available conditioners to
maintain the cooking zones. If the cooking zone is slightly warm, the
cleaner will penetrate the pores more readily.
Cooking zone rings are made of stainless steel. Because exposure to
heat, they may take on a yellowish hue after a certain period of use. This
is a normal physical phenomenon. The yellowish spots may be removed
with regular metal cleaners. Aggressive dishwashing accessories are not
suitable for cleaning of these rims, as they may cause scratches.
CLEANING THE GLASS CERAMIC SURFACE
After each use, wait for the glass ceramic surface to cool down and clean it. Otherwise, all
remaining impurities will burn onto the hot surface the next time you use the hob.
For regular maintenance of the glass ceramic hob, use special care products that create a
protective film on the surface to prevent the dirt from sticking onto it.
Before each use of the glass ceramic surface, wipe off the dust or
any other impurities that could scratch the surface, from both the
hob and the pan bottom.
Steel wool, coarse cleaning sponges, and abrasive powders
may scratch the surface. The surface may also be damaged by
aggressive spray cleaners and unsuitable liquid cleaners.
Signage may be worn when using aggressive or abrasive cleaners
or cookware with coarse or damaged bottom.
Use a damp soft cloth to remove minor impurities. Then, wipe the
surface dry.
Remove water stains with a mild solution of vinegar. However, do
not use this solution to wipe the frame (only with some models)
as it may lose its sheen. Do not use aggressive spray cleaners or
descaling agents.
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Use special glass ceramic cleaners for stubborn dirt. Observe the
manufacturer's instructions. Be sure to thoroughly remove any
cleaner residues after the cleaning process as they may damage
the glass ceramic surface when the cooking zones heat up.
Only use the scraper when dirt cannot be removed with a wet
cloth or special cleaners for glass ceramic surfaces.
Hold the scraper at the correct angle (45° to 60°). Gently press the
scraper against the glass and slide it over the signage to remove
the dirt. Make sure the plastic handle of the scraper (in some
models) does not come into contact with a hot cooking zone.
Remove stubborn and burnt residues with a scraper. Be careful
when handling the scraper to prevent injury.
Do not press the scraper perpendicularly against the glass
and do not scratch the hob surface with its tip or blade.
Immediately remove any sugar or sugar-laden food from the glass
ceramic hob using a scraper, even if the hob is still hot, as sugar
may permanently damage the glass ceramic surface.
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Discolouration of the glass ceramic surface does not affect the operation or stability
of the surface. Such discolouration is most commonly a result of food residues burnt
onto the surface, or it may be caused by some cookware materials (such as aluminium or
copper). Such discolouration is very difficult to remove entirely. Note: Discolouration and
similar flaws only affect the appearance of the hob and do not directly affect its function.
Removing such flaws shall not be covered by the warranty.
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CONVENTIONAL OVEN CLEANING
You may use the standard cleaning procedure to clean stubborn dirt in the oven (using
cleaners or an oven spray). After such cleaning, rinse the cleaner residues thoroughly.
Clean the oven and the accessories after each use to prevent the dirt from burning into
the surface. The easiest way to remove fat is by using warm soapsuds while the oven is
still warm.
With stubborn dirt and grime, use conventional oven cleaners. Rinse the oven thoroughly
with clean water to remove all cleaner residue.
Never use aggressive cleaners, abrasive cleaners, abrasive sponges, stain and rust
removers etc.
Clean the accessories (baking sheets and trays, grids etc.) with hot water and detergent.
After each use, CLEAN THE GREASE FILTER in hot water with some detergent using a
soft brush, or wash it in the dishwasher.
The oven, the oven cavity and the baking trays are lined with a special enamel coating for
a smooth and resistant surface. This special coating makes cleaning at room temperature
easier.
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USING THE AQUA CLEAN FUNCTION TO
CLEAN THE OVEN
1
Turn the COOKING SYSTEM SELECTOR
KNOB to Aqua Clean. 2. Set the
TEMPERATURE KNOB to 70 °C.
2
Pour 0.6 l water into the glass tray and
place it into the lower guide.
3
After 30 minutes, food residues on the
oven enamel walls will have softened
and they will be easy to clean with a damp
cloth.
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REMOVING AND CLEANING WIRE AND
TELESCOPIC EXTENDIBLE GUIDES
Only use conventional cleaners to clean the guides.
A Hold the guides by the bottom side and
pull them towards the center of the oven
cavity.
B Remove them from the openings at the
top.
Do not clean the extendible guides in the dishwasher.
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INSTALLING THE CATALYTIC INSERTS
Only use conventional cleaners to clean the guides.
Remove the wire guides or extendible
guides.
1
Mount the guides onto the catalytic
insert.
2
Hang the inserts with guides attached
using the holes provided, and pull
upwards.
When installing fully extendible guides
with catalytic inserts, insert one end of the
supplied snap locks into the openings at the
bottom of the oven cavity wall and insert
the other end of the snap locks into the
guides.
The purpose of the snap locks is to hold the
guides in place more firmly.
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CLEANING THE OVEN CAVITY CEILING
(depending on the model)
Upper grill heater is foldable to allow easier cleaning of the oven cavity ceiling. Before
cleaning the oven, remove the trays, the grid, and the guides.
Pull the heater until the cross bar is released
from the supports on the left and right hand
side of the oven cavity.
Never use the heater when folded/
lowered. After cleaning, observe the same
procedure in the reverse order to push back
the heater until the cross bar snaps back
into place.
Disconnect the appliance from the power mains.
The heater must be cool; otherwise, there is danger of burns.
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REMOVING AND INSERTING THE OVEN
DOOR
SOFT DOOR CLOSING (depending on the model)
Oven door is fitted with a system that dampens the door closing force, starting at the
75-degree angle. It allows simple, quiet, and smooth closing of the door. A gentle push
(to a 15-degree angle relative to the closed door position) is enough for the door to close
automatically and softly.
If the force applied to close the door is too strong, the effect of
the system is reduced or the system will be bypassed for safety.
1
First, fully open the door (as far as it will
go).
2
A Rotate the stoppers all the way back
(in case of conventional closing).
B With soft closing system, rotate the
stoppers back by 90°.
3
Slowly close the door until the stoppers
are aligned with the hinge beds. At the
angle of 15° (relative to the closed door
position), slightly lift the door and pull it out
from both hinge beds on the appliance.
To replace the door, observe the
reverse order. If the door does not open or
close properly, make sure the notches on
the hinges are aligned with the hinge beds.
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When replacing the door, always make sure the hinge retainers
are correctly placed in the hinge beds to prevent sudden closing
of the main hinge which is connected to a strong main spring. If
the main spring is engaged, there is a risk of injury.
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DOOR LOCK (depending on the model)
Open the door lock by gently pushing it to the right with your thumb while simultaneously
pulling the door outwards.
When the oven door is closed, the door lock automatically
returns to the initial position.
When replacing the door, always make sure the hinge retainers
are correctly placed in the hinge beds to prevent sudden closing
of the main hinge which is connected to a strong main spring. If
the main spring is engaged, there is a risk of injury.
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REMOVING AND INSERTING THE OVEN
DOOR GLASS PANE
Oven door glass pane can be cleaned from the inside, but it has to be removed first.
Remove the oven door (see chapter "Removing and replacing the oven door").
1
Slightly lift the supports on the left and
right side of the door (marking 1 on the
support) and pull them away from the glass
pane (marking 2 on the support).
2
Hold the door glass pane by the lower
edge; slightly lift it so that it is no longer
attached to the support; and remove it.
3
To remove the third glass pane (only
with some models), lift and remove it.
Also remove the rubber seals on the glass
pane.
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To replace the glass pane, observe the
reverse order. The markings (semicircle) on
the door and the glass pane should overlap.
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REPLACING THE BULB
The bulb is a consumable and therefore not covered by warranty. Before changing the
bulb, remove the trays, the grid, and the guides.
(Halogen lamp: G9, 230 V, 25 W; regular bulb E14, 25 W, 230 V)
Use a flat screwdriver to release the bulb
cover and remove it. Remove the bulb.
Be careful not to damage the enamel.
Undo the bulb cover and remove the bulb.
Use protection to avoid burs.
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TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
Problem/error
Cause
There is no response of
the sensors; the display is
frozen.
Disconnect the appliance from the power mains for a few
minutes (undo the fuse or switch off the main switch);
then, reconnect the appliance and switch it on.
The main fuse in your home
trips often.
Call a service technician.
The oven lighting does not
work.
The process of changing the light bulb is described in the
chapter Cleaning and Maintenance.
The pastry is underdone.
Did you choose the right temperature and heating
system?
Is the oven door closed?
An error code is displayed
(E1, E2, E3 etc.).
• There is an error in the electronic module operation.
Disconnect the appliance from the power mains for a
few minutes. Then, reconnect it and set the time of day.
• If the error is still indicated, call a service technician.
If the problems persist despite observing the advice above, call
an authorized service technician. Repair or any warranty claim
resulting from incorrect connection or use of the appliance shall
not be covered by the warranty. In this case, the user will cover the
cost of repair.
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Before the repair, disconnect the appliance from the power mains
(by removing the fuse or by removing the plug from the wall
outlet).
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DISPOSAL
Packaging is made of environmentally friendly materials that can
be recycled, disposed of, or destroyed without any hazard to
the environment. To this end, packaging materials are labelled
appropriately.
The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that the
product should not be treated as normal household waste. The
product should be taken to an authorized collection center for
waste electric and electronic equipment processing.
Correct disposal of the product will help prevent any negative
effects on the environment and health of people which could occur
in case of incorrect product removal. For detailed information on
removal and processing of the product, please contact the relevant
municipal body in charge of waste management, your waste
disposal service, or the store where you bought the product.
We reserve the right to any changes and errors in the instructions for use.
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COOKING TEST
Food tested in compliance with the EN 60350-1 standard.
Conventional baking
Dish
Equipment
Cookies –
single level*
Shallow
enamelcoated
baking sheet
Cookies – two
levels*
Guide (from
the bottom)
System
Temperature (°C)
Cooking
time
(minutes)
3
140-150
25-30
Shallow
enamelcoated
baking sheet
2 and 3
140-150
25-30
Cookies – three
levels
Shallow
enamelcoated
baking sheet
2, 3, 4
140-150
25-30
Cupcakes –
single level
Shallow
enamelcoated
baking sheet
3
140-150
30-40
Cupcakes –
two levels
Shallow
enamelcoated
baking sheet
2 and 3
140-150
30-40
Cupcakes –
three levels
Shallow
enamelcoated
baking sheet
2, 3, 4
140-150
30-40
Cake
Round metal
mould/
Wire shelf
(support
grid)
2
160-170
20-25
Apple pie
Round metal
mould/
Wire shelf
(support
grid)
2
180
45
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Grill
Dish
Equipment
Toast*
Wire shelf/
grid
Minced
meat patty
(pljeskavica)*
Wire shelf
(support
grid) +
shallow
baking
sheet as
drip tray
* Preheat for 6 minutes.
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Guide (from
the bottom)
System
Temperature (°C)
Cooking
time
(minutes)
4
220
1:10-1:20
4
220
20-25
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