Beko BDG582W cooker

Beko BDG582W cooker
BDG 582
Double Cavity
User Manual
Please read this manual first.
Dear Customer,
We would like you to obtain the basi performance from your product which has been manufactured in
modern facilities under strict quality control procedures.
Therefore, we advise you to read through this User Manual carefully before using your product and keep it
for future reference. If you hand over the product to someone else, deliver the User Manual as well.
The User Manual will help you use the product in a fast and safe way.
e Read the User Manual before installing and operating the product.
e You must strictly observe the safety instructions.
e Keep this User Manual within easy reach for future reference.
e Also read other documents supplied with the product.
Remember that this User Manual may also be applicable for several other models.
Differences between models are explicitly identified in the manual.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this User Manual the following symbols are used:
Important information or useful hints about usage.
Lane for hazardous situations with regard to life and property.
7 for electric shock.
A. for risk of fire.
Nas, for hot surfaces.
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General information 4
OVervieW................reeiinie ee 4
Technical specifications ...................— 5
Package contents... 6
Injector table... 6
Important safety instructions 7
General safety... /
Safety for children... ———— 7
Safety when working with gas …………………………………. 8
Intended USE ........cooviiiiiiii 9
Installation 10
Before installation... 10
Installation and connection... 11
Gas CONVErSION................evniei ee, 14
Compliance with EEE Directive .................... 17
Package information... 17
Future Transportation es 17
Disposing of the old product........................ 17
Preparation 18
Tips for saving energy... 18
Initial USE... 18
First cleaning of the appliance...................... 18
Initial heating... 18
How to use the hob 19
General information about cooking ............... 19
Using the hobs................e 19
[ How to operate the oven 21
General information on baking, roasting and
grilling ....oooeo De 21
How to use the gas oVven........................ 22
Cooking times table... 23
How to operate the gas grill ......................... 24
Cooking times table... 25
Maintenance and care 26
General information... 20
Cleaning the hob................ 20
Cleaning the control panel ........................... 20
Cleaning the oven.................— e... 20
Removing the oven door ................eem 20
Removing the door inner glass ..................... 27
Replacing the oven 1aMP.... 27
A Troubleshooting 28
E) Guarantee and Service 29
Overview
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1 Burners' plate 7 Rating plate
2 Control panel 8 Main oven door
3 Gril door 9 Handle
4 Handle 10 Lamp
5 Wire shelf 11 Shelf positions
6
Lamp button
Normal burner Rear right
Main oven thermostat knob
Grill thermostat knob
Ignition button
1
2 Normal burner Rear left
3 Rapid burner Front left
4 Auxiliary burner Front right
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Technical specifications
GENERAL
External dimensions
/
Cable / section
Cable
Category of gas product
Gas /
Total
Converting the gas type /
ht / width /
HOB
Burners
Rear left
Power
Front left
Power
Front
Power
Rear right
Power
OVEN/GRILL
т
Grill
Main oven
Inner
Gas of oven
900 mm/500 mm/600 mm
230V ~ 50 Hz
HO5VW-FG 3 x 0,75 or
max. 2 m
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NG G 20/20 mbar
12,7 KW
LPG G 30/28-30 mbar
31/37 mbar
Normal burner
2000 W
burner
2900 W
burner
1000 W
Normal burner
2000 W
Grill
2.3 KW
Gas oven
15-25 W
2.5 kW
a Technical specifications may be changed
without prior notice to improve the quality of
the product.
Figures in this manual are schematic and
imay not exactly match your product.
NValues stated on the product labels or in the
documentation accompanying it are
obtained in laboratory conditions in
accordance with relevant standards.
Depending on operational and
environmental conditions of the product,
these values may vary.
Package contents Small wire shelf (used with the tray supplied
with the product)
“MAccessories supplied can vary depending on It is placed into the tray in order to collect the
{the product model. Not every accessory dripping fat while grilling so that the oven is kept
described in the user manual may exist on clean.
your product.
User manual
Wire Shelf
Used for roasting and for placing the food to be
baked, roasted or cooked in casserole dishes to
the desired rack.
1 Metal shield
The metal shield must be at the rear upper side of
the wire shelf as illustrated above. Correct use of
the shelf is with the downward formed front edge
of the shelf towards the front of the cavity.
Injector table
Position hob zone 2000 W 2900 W 1000 W 2000 W
Gas type / Gas Rear left Front left Front right Rear right
pressure
G 20/20 mbar 103 115 7? 103
G 30/28-30 mbar/ G 72 87 50 72
31/ 37 mbar
Gas type / Gas pressure-Top Cavity Grill
G 20/20 mbar 110
G 30/28-30 mbar/ G 31/ 37 mbar 75
Gas type / Gas pressure-Main OVEN Gas oven
G 20/20 mbar 115
G 30/28-30 mbar / G 31/ 37 mbar 78
call CUSTOMER SERVICES HELPLINE. 0845 600 4911 to order LPG injector kit.
This section contains safety instructions that will
help you avoid risk of injury and damage. All
warranties will become void if you do not follow
these instructions.
General safety
This product is not intended to be used by
persons with physical, sensory or mental
disorders or unlearned or inexperienced
people (including children) unless they are
attended by a person who will be responsible
for their safety or who will instruct them
accordingly for use of the product.
Children must be supervised to prevent them
from tampering with the product.
Connect the product to an earthed outlet/line
protected by a fuse of suitable capacity as
stated in the "Technical specifications" table.
Have the earthing installation made by a
qualified electrician while using the product
with or without a transformer. Our company
shall not be liable for any problems arising
due to the product not being earthed in
accordance with the local regulations.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similary qualified persons in order to
avoid a hazard.
Do not operate the product if it is defective or
has any visible damage.
Do not carry out any repairs or modifications
on the product. However, you may remedy
some troubles that do not require any repairs
or modifications. See Troubleshooting,
page 28.
Never wash down the product with water!
There is the risk of electric shock!
Never use the product when your judgment or
coordination is impaired by the use of alcohol
and/or drugs.
Product must be disconnected from the
mains during installation, maintenance,
cleaning and repair procedures.
Be careful when using alcoholic drinks in your
dishes. Alcohol evaporates at high
temperatures and may cause fire since it can
ignite when it comes into contact with hot
surfaces.
Do not heat closed tins and glass jars in the
oven. The pressure that would build-up in the
tin/jar may cause it to burst.
Do not place any flammable materials close
to the product as the sides may become hot
during use.
Do not place baking trays, dishes or alumi-
mum foil directiy onto the bottom of the oven,
as the heat accumulation might damage the
bottom of the oven.
Dio not place aluminium foil on the base of
the tray.
Keep all ventilation slots clear of obstructions.
Product may be hot when it is in use. Never
touch the hot burners, inner sections of the
oven, heaters and etc.
Always use heat resistant oven gloves when
putting in or removing dishes into/from the
hot oven.
Do not use the product with front door glass
removed or cracked.
Rear surface of the oven gets hot when it is in
use. Make sure that the gas/electrical
connection does not contact the rear surface;
otherwise, connections can get damaged.
Do not trap the mains cable between the
oven door and frame and do not route it over
hot surfaces. Otherwise, cable insulation may
melt and cause fire as a result of short circuit.
Make sure that the product function knobs
are switched off after every use.
Safety for children
Electrical and/or gas products are dangerous
to children. Keep children away from the
product when it is operating and do not allow
them to play with the product.
Accessible parts of the appliance will become
hot whilst the appliance is in use. Children
should be kept away until the product has
cooled down.
"An additional protective means to avoid
contact with the oven door is available. This
part should be fitted when young children are
likely to be present.”
"CAUTION: Accessible parts may be hot
when the grill is in use. Young children should
be kept away."
Do not place any items above the appliance
that children may reach for.
When the door is open, do not load any heavy
object on it and do not allow children to sit on
it. It may overturn or door hinges may get
damaged.
The packaging materials will be dangerous
for children. Keep the packaging materials
away from children. Please dispose of all
parts of the packaging according to
environmental standards.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Safety when working with gas
Any works on gas equipment and systems
may only be carried out by authorised
qualified persons who are Gas Safe registered.
"Prior to the installation, ensure that the local
distribution conditions (nature of the gas and
gas pressure) and the adjustment of the
appliance are compatible.”
"This appliance is not connected to a
combustion products or evacuation device. It
shall be installed and connected in
accordance with current installation
regulations. Particular attention shall be given
to the relevant requirements regarding
ventilation;" See Before installation, page 10
"CAUTION: The use of gas cooking appliance
results in the production of heat and moisture
in the room in which it is installed. Ensure
that the kitchen is well ventilated: keep
natural ventilation holes open or install a
mechanical ventilation device (mechanical
extractor hood). Prolonged intensive use of
the appliance may call for additional
ventilation, for example increasing the level of
the mechanical ventilation where present.”
(Gas appliances and systems must be
regularly checked for proper functioning.
Regulator, hose and its clamp must be
checked regularly and replaced within the
periods recommended by its manufacturer or
when necessary.
Clean the gas burners regularly. The flames
should be blue and burn evenly.
Good combustion is required in gas
appliances. In case of incomplete combustion,
carbon monoxide (CO) might develop. Carbon
monoxide is a colourless, odourless and very
toxic gas, which has a lethal effect even in
very small doses.
Request information about gas emergency
telephone numbers and safety measures in
case of gas smell from you local gas provider.
What to do when you smell gas
— DANGER
‚Оо not use open flame or do not smoke.
Do not operate any electrical buttons (e.g.
lamp button, door bell and etc.)
Do not use fixed or mobile phones.
Risk of explosion and toxication!
4,
o
. Turn off all valves on gas appliances and gas
meter at the main control valve, unless it's in a
confined space or cellar.
Open doors and windows.
Check all tubes and connections for tightness.
If you still smell gas leave the property.
Warn the neighbours.
Call the fire-brigade. Use a telephone outside
the house.
Call the Gas Emergency Services immediately on
0800 111 999
6.
5.1 If you have door or gates that are
secured by an electric lock, or entry
phone, please open these manually.
Do not re-enter the property until you are told
it is safe to do so.
Intended use
This product is designed for domestic use.
Commercial use will void the guarantee.
"CAUTION: This appliance is for cooking purposes
only. It must not be used for other purposes, for
example room heating."
This product should not be used for warming the
plates under the grill, drying towels, dish cloths etc.
by hanging them on the oven door handles. This
product should also not be used for room heating
purposes.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for any
damage caused by improper use or handling
errors.
The oven can be used for defrosting, baking,
roasting and grilling food.
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Product must be installed by a qualified person in
accordance with the regulations in force. The
manufacturer shall not be held responsible for
damages arising from procedures carried out by
unauthorized persons which may also void the
warranty.
Preparation of location and electrical and
igas installation for the product is under
écustomer's responsibility.
N The product must be installed in accordance
with all local gas and/or electrical
regulations.
Prior to installation, visually check if the
product has any defects on it. If so, do
not have it installed.
Damaged products cause risks for your
safety.
Before installation
To ensure that critical air gaps are maintained
under the appliance, we recommend that this
appliance is mounted on a solid base and that the
feet do not sink into any carpet or soft flooring.
The kitchen floor must be able to carry the weight
of the appliance plus the additional weight of
cookware and bakeware and food.
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65 mm min ;
(*) 650 mm min.
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e |t can be used with cabinets on either side but in
order to have a minimum distance of 400mm
above hotplate level allow a side clearance of
65mm between the appliance and any wall,
partition or tall cupboard.
It can also be used in a free standing position.
Allow a minimum distance of £50 mm above the
hob surface.
(*) If a cooker hood is to be installed above the
cooker, refer to cooker hood manufacturer’
instructions regarding installation height (min 650
mm).
Movement of your appliance is most easily
achieved by lifting the front as follows and pulling
towards. Open the top oven door and the bottom
oven door sufficiently to allow a comfortable grip
on the underside front edge of the oven roofs.
While gripping, it should be avoided to damage
any grill elements or oven interior furniture.
The appliance corresponds to device class 1, i.e. it
may be placed with the rear and one side to
kitchen walls, kitchen furniture or equipment of
any size. The kitchen furniture or equipment on the
other side may only be of the same size or smaller.
Any kitchen furniture next to the appliance must be
heat-resistant (100 °C min).
Al he appliance must be secured against
joverbalancing by using the supplied safety
chain on your oven. Fasten hook (1) to the
kitchen wall (5) and connect safety chain (2)
to the hook.
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Hook (is not supplied)
Safety chain (supplied and mounted to oven)
Rear of cooker
Firmly fix chain to cooker rear
Kitchen wall
Room ventilation
All rooms require an openable window, or
equvalent, and some rooms will require a
permanent vent as well.
The air for combustion is taken from the room air
and the exhaust gases are emitted directly into the
room.
Good room ventilation is essential for safe
operation of your appliance. If there is no window
or door available for room ventilation, an extra
ventilation must be installed.
The appliance may be located in a kitchen,
kitchen/diner or a bed-sitting room, but not in a
room containing a bath or shower. The appliance
must not be installed in a bed-sitting room of less
than 20m°,
Do not install this appliance in a room below
ground level unless it is open to ground level on at
least one side.
Room size Ventilation opening
smaller than 5 m” min. 100 cm“
5m°to 10 m° min. 50 cm“
greater than 10 m”'den | not required
In the cellar or min. 65 cm“
basement
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Installation and connection
Product can only be installed and connected in
accordance with the statutory installation rules.
Do not install the product next to
Jrefrigerators or freezers. The heat emitted
by the product will increase the energy
consumption of cooling appliances.
Carry the product with at least two persons.
Product must be placed directly on the floor.
It must not be placed onto a base or a
pedestal.
Do not use the door and/or handle to carry
Jor move the product. The door, handle or
hinges get damaged.
Electrical connection
Connect the product to a grounded outlet/line
protected by a fuse of suitable capacity as stated
in the "Technical specifications" table. Have the
grounding installation made by a qualified
electrician while using the product with or without
a transformer. Our company shall not be liable for
any damages that will arise due to using the
product without a grounding installation in
accordance with the local regulations.
\ DANGER
The product must be connected to the
mains supply only by an authorised and
qualified person. The product's warranty
period starts only after correct
installation.
Manufacturer shall not be held responsible
for damages arising from procedures
carried out by unauthorised persons.
DANGER
The power cable must not be clamped,
bent or trapped or come into contact
with hot parts of the product.
A damaged power cable must be replaced
by a qualified electrician. Otherwise, there is
risk of electric shock, short circuit or fire!
The mains supply data must correspond to the
data specified on the type label of the product. The
rating plate is either seen when the door or the
lower cover is opened or it is located at the rear
wall of the unit depending on the unit type.
Power cable of your product must comply with the
values in "Technical specifications” table.
y "AP ower cable plug must be within easy reach
{after installation (do not route it above the
hob).
The moulded plug on this appliance incorporates a
13 A fuse. Should the fuse need to be replaced an
ASTA approved BS1362 fuse of the same rating
must be used. Do not forget to refit the fuse cover.
In the event of losing the fuse cover, the plug must
not be used until a replacement fuse cover has
been fitted. Colour of the replacement fuse cover
must be the same colour as that visible on the pin
face of the plug. Fuse covers are available from
any good electrical store.
e Fitting a different plug
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead
of this appliance may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals
on your plug, proceed as follows:
Brown cable = L (Live)
Blue cable = N (Neutral)
Green/yellow cable must be connected to
ground (E) — line.
With the alternative plugs a 13 A fuse must
be fitted either in the plug or adaptor or in the
main fuse box. If in doubt contact a qualified
electrician.
Green and yellow
or green
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Blue or black 3 | t Brownorred
UK_Plug
Before starting any work on the electrical
installation, disconnect the product from
the mains supply.
There is the risk of electric shock!
Plug the power cable into the socket.
Gas connection
\ Product can be connected to gas supply
system only by an authorised and
qualified person.
Risk of explosion or toxication due to
unprofessional repairs!
Manufacturer shall not be held responsible
for damages arising from procedures
carried out by unauthorised persons.
DANGER
\ Before starting any work on the gas
installation, disconnect the gas supply.
There is the risk of explosion!
e Gas adjustment conditions and values are
stated on labels (or ion type label).
e Inthe UK, Gas Safe registered installers
(Including the Regions of British Gas)
undertake to work to safe and satisfactory
standards.
Regulations
The cooker must be installed in accordance with
the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations
and the relevant Building Regulations in force.
Your product is equipped for natural gas
ING).
The cooker is designed for UK installation
using a flexible connection with tubing in
accordance with the regulations in force.
Length of 900mm is recommend.
Make sure that the natural gas valve is readily
accessible.
Service Representative will remove the plug
during connection and connect your
appliance by means of a straight connection
device (coupling).
If a flexible hose is used it must not come into
contact with the top 150mm/6 inches (hot region)
of the rear of the appliance. Do not pass the hose
through the (**) hot region behind the oven.
(**) Hot region
If you need to use your appliance later with
ja different type of gas, you must consult an
authorised service centre for the related
conversion procedure.
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Seal all connections with gas sealant.
1. Turn off the gas supply.
2. Connect safety (gas) hose 5 to the inlet valve
of the oven,
3. Connect gas hose with elbow joint © .
1 Gas shut-off valve
2 Adapter (optional) with 1/2" outlet
3 Extension pipe
4 Gas (safety) hose
5 Valve with 90° outlet
6 Connection piece
7 Gas supply pipe
DANGER
The gas hose must not be clamped, bent
or trapped or come into contact with hot
parts of the product.
There is the risk of explosion due to
damaged gas hose.
Push the product towards the kitchen wall.
Hook safety chain.
Adjusting the feet of oven
Vibrations during use may cause cooking
vessels to move. This dangerous situation can
be avoided if the product is level and
balanced.
For your own safety please ensure the
product is level by adjusting the four feet at
the bottom by turning left or right and align
level with the work top.
Final check
1. Open gas supply.
2. (Check gas installations for secure fitting and
tightness.
3. Ignite burners and check appearance of the
flame.
Flame must be blue and have a regular
{shape. If the flame is yellowish, check if the
dburner cap is seated securely or clean the
burner.
Gas conversion
DANGER
Before starting any work on the gas
installation, disconnect the gas supply.
There is the risk of explosion!
In order to change your appliance's gas type,
change all injectors and make flame adjustment
for all valves at reduced flow rate position.
e (Gas conversion must only be carried out
by a Gas Safe registered installer or
service agent.
Exchange of injector for the burners
1. Take off burner cap and burner body.
2. Unscrew injectors by turning the counter-
clockwise.
3. Fit new injectors.
4, Check all connections for secure fitting and
tightness.
New injectors have their position indi-
cated on the packaging. You can also
Mrefer to the injector table page in this
manual.
Flame failure device
Spark plug
Injector
Burner
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Unless there is an abnormal condition, do
Jnot attempt to remove the gas burner taps.
You must call an Authorised service agent if
it is necessary to change the taps.
Reduced gas flow rate setting for hob taps
1. Ignite the burner that is to be adjusted and
turn the knob to the reduced position.
2. Remove the knob from the gas tap.
3. Use an appropriately sized screwdriver to
adjust the flow rate adjustment screw.
For LPG (Butane - Propane) turn the screw
clockwise. For the natural gas, you should turn the
screw counter-clockwise once.
» The normal length of a straight flame in the
reduced position should be 6-7 mm.
4, If the flame is higher than the desired position,
turn the screw clockwise. If it is smaller turn
anticlockwise.
5. For the last control, bring the burner both to
high-flame and reduced positions and check
whether the flame is on or off.
Depending on the type of gas tap used in your
appliance the adjustment screw position may vary.
1 Flow rate adjustment screw
Exchange of injector for grill burner
1. Unscrew the screws fixing the rear cover sheet
(1) and shut-off valve holder (2).
1 2
1 Rear cover
2 Shut-off valve
6 5
3 Grill burner
4 Injector holder
5 Injector
6 Fixing screw
2. After removing the rear cover sheet (1), you
can reach the grill burner tube (3) and grill
injector holder (4).
3. Unscrew the grill injector holder (4) fixing
screw (6).
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4, Unscrew the injector (5) and replace it with
appropriate injector, see injector table.
Conduct leakage control after replacing the
injector.
6. Assemble the injector holder (4) into the grill
burner tube (3).
/. Fix the injector holder by the screw (6).
8. Assemble the rear cover sheet (1) and shut-off
valve holder (2).
Exchange of injector for oven burner
It is recommended to remove the top oven door
(see, Removing the oven door, page 26)
disassemble oven door, to provide an ergonomic
disassemble of the oven burner.
1 2 3
Oven burner
Screw (3 pieces)
Cut-off valve
Injector holder
Injector
Oven burner holder
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1. Unscrew 3 screws (2) to remove oven burner
(1) and oven burner holder (7).
2. Gently pull up burner and holder in “A”
direction- be careful with gas connection tube
and thermocouple.
3. Push the clips (7) in “B” direction to
disassemble oven burner (1) and its holder(6).
4, Unscrew the injector (5) and replace it with
appropriate injector, see, Injector table,
page Error! Bookmark not defined. injector
table.
5. Conduct the leakage control after replacing the
injector.
6. Assemble the oven burner (1) to its holder (6)
by pushing the burner on the clips (7) in “B”
direction.
7. Mount the oven burner (1) and holder (6) as a
group to the cavity by screwing 3 screws (2).
Reduced flow adjustment for the gas oven
For the appropriate functioning of the oven re-
checking the by-pass adjustment is extremely
important. In order to provide maximum security to
the user these operations have to be done with
care.
1. Ignite the burner that is to be adjusted and
turn the knob to the high flame position.
2. Close the oven door and wait for 10 to
15 minutes until the oven becomes ready for
adjustment.
Take out the knob
4, After 15 minutes, adjust the oven to the lowest
flame position
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5. Set the flame length to 2 to 3 mm by means of
the screw 1 on the oven tap. Turning in
clockwise direction reduces the flame, turning
counter-clockwise increases the flame.
Reduced flow adjustment for the gas oven
Reduced flow rate adjustment is extremely
important for the appropriate functioning of the
oven. In order to provide maximum security to the
user these operations have to be done with care.
1. Ignite the burner that is to be adjusted and
turn the knob to the high flame position.
2. Close the oven door and wait for 10 to 15
minutes until the oven becomes ready for
adjustment.
3. After 15 minutes, adjust the oven to the lowest
flame position.
4. Take out the knob.
5. Set the flame length to 2 to 3 mm by means of
the screw 2 on the oven tap. Turning in
clockwise direction reduces the flame, turning
counter-clockwise increases the flame.
« “Qi the temperature of the oven increases
junintendedly, turn off the oven and call the
authorised service agent to have oven
thermostat repaired.
1
Butan/propan | Natural gas
Loosen the screw
1/2 round
wl
7 \
Fasten the screw until
the end
« “Rif the gas type of the unit is changed, then
{the rating plate that shows the gas type of
the unit must also be changed.
Compliance with EEE Directive
This product does not contain harmful and
forbidden materials described in the "Directive on
the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous
Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment”
(EEE) issued by the T.R. Ministry of Environment
and Forest.
Complies with the EEE Directive.
Package information
Packaging materials are dangerous to children.
Keep packaging materials in a safe place out of
reach of children.
Packaging materials of the product are
manufactured from recyclable materials in
accordance with our National Environment
Regulations.
Do not dispose of the packaging materials together
with the domestic or other wastes. Take them to
the packaging material collection points
designated by the local authorities.
Future Transportation
e Keep the product's original carton and
transport the product in it. Follow the
instructions on the carton. If you do not have
the original carton, pack the product in
bubble wrap or thick cardboard and tape it
securely.
e To prevent the wire grill and tray inside the
oven from damaging the oven door, place a
strip of cardboard onto the inside of the oven
door that lines up with the position of the
trays. Tape the oven door to the side walls.
e Secure the caps and pan supports with
adhesive tape.
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e Do not use the door or handle to lift or move
the product.
F « WDo not place any objects onto the product
| and move it in upright position.
§Check the general appearance of your
product for any damages that might have
occurred during transportation.
Disposing of the old product
Dispose of the old product in an environmentally
friendly manner.
This equipment bears the selective sorting symbol
for waste electrical and electronic equipment
(WEEE). This means that this equipment must be
handled pursuant to European Directive
2002/96/EC in order to be recycled or dismantled
to minimize its impact on the environment. For
further information, please contact local or regional
authorities.
Refer to your local dealer or solid waste collection
centre in your area to learn how to dispose of your
product.
Before disposing of the product, cut off the power
cable plug and make the door lock (if any)
unusable to avoid dangerous conditions to children.
Tips for saving energy
The following information will help you to use your
appliance in an ecological way, and to save energy:
Use dark coloured or enamel coated
cookware in the oven since the heat
transmission will be better.
While cooking your dishes, perform a
preheating operation if it is advised in the
user manual or cooking instructions.
Do not open the door of the oven frequently
during cooking.
Try to cook more than one dish in the oven at
the same time whenever possible. You can
cook by placing two cooking vessels onto the
wire shelf.
Cook more than one dish one after another.
The oven will already be hot.
Defrost frozen dishes before cooking them.
Use pots/pans with cover for cooking. If there
IS no cover, energy consumption may
increase 4 times.
Select the burner which is suitable for the
bottom size of the pot to be used. Always
select the correct pot size for your dishes.
Larger pots require more energy.
Initial use
First cleaning of the appliance
s he surface might get damaged by some
{detergents or cleaning materials.
Do not use aggressive detergents, cleaning
powders/creams or any sharp objects
during cleaning.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which
may result in shattering of the glass.
1.
Remove all packaging materials.
2. Wipe the surfaces of the appliance with a
damp cloth or sponge and dry with a cloth.
Initial heating
Heat up the product for about 30 minutes and then
switch it off. Thus, any production residues or
layers will be burnt off and removed.
“WARNING
\ Hot surfaces cause burns!
Product may be hot when it is in use. Never
touch the hot burners, inner sections of the
oven, heaters and etc. Keep children away.
Always use heat resistant oven gloves when
putting in or removing dishes into/from the
hot oven.
Gas oven
1.
N
Take all baking trays and the wire grill out of
the oven.
Close the oven door.
Select the highest flame of the gas oven; see
How to use the gas oven, page 21.
Operate the oven about 30 minutes.
Turn off your oven; See How to use the gas
oven, page 21
Smoke and smell may emit for a couple of
ähours during the initial operation. This is
quite normal. Ensure that the room is well
ventilated to remove the smoke and smell.
Avoid directly inhaling the smoke and the
smell that emits.
General information about cooking
—aN DANGER
Never fill the pan with oil more than one
third of it. Do not leave the hob
unattended when heating oil. Overheated
oils bring risk of fire.
Never attempt to extinguish a possible
fire with water! When oil catches fire,
cover it with a fire blanket or damp cloth.
Turn off the hob if it is safe to do so and call
the fire department.
e Before frying foods, always dry them well and
gently place into the hot oil. Ensure complete
thawing of frozen foods before frying.
e Do not cover the vessel you use when heating
oil.
e Place the pans and saucepans in a manner
so that their handles are not over the hob to
prevent heating of the handles. Do not place
unbalanced and easily tilting vessels on the
hob.
e Do not place empty vessels and saucepans
on cooking zones that are switched on. They
might get damaged.
e (Operating a cooking zone without a vessel or
saucepan on it will cause damage to the
product. Turn off the cooking zones after the
cooking is complete.
e As the surface of the product can be hot, do
not put plastic and aluminum vessels on it.
Such vessels should not be used to keep
foods either.
Use flat bottomed saucepans or vessels only.
Put appropriate amount of food in saucepans
and pans. Thus, you will not have to make
any unnecessary cleaning by preventing the
dishes from overflowing.
Do not put covers of saucepans or pans on
cooking zones.
Place the saucepans in a manner so that they
are centered on the cooking zone. When you
want to move the saucepan onto another
cooking zone, lift and place it onto the
cooking zone you want instead of sliding it.
Gas cooking
e Size of the vessel and the flame must match
each other. Adjust the gas flames so that they
will not extend the bottom of the vessel and
center the vessel on saucepan carrier.
Using the hobs
4
List of advised diameter of pots to be used an
related burners.
1 Normal burner 18-20 cm
2 Rapid burner 22-24 cm
3 Auxiliary burner 12-18 cm
4 Normal burner 18-20 cm
Large flame symbol indicates the highest cooking
power and small flame symbol indicates the lowest
cooking power. In turned off position (top), gas is
not supplied to the burners.
Igniting the gas burners
Gas burners are ignited with ignition
buttons.
1. Keep burner knob pressed.
2. Turn it counter clockwise to large flame
symbol.
3. Press and release the ignition button. Repeat
the procedure until the released gas is ignited.
4. Adjust it to the desired cooking power.
Turning off the gas burners
Turn the knob to off (upper) position.
Gas shut off safety system (in models with
thermic component)
1 As a counter measure
against blow out due to fluid
overflows at burners, safety
mechanism trips and shuts
off the gas.
1. Gas shut off
safety
e Push the knob inwards and turn it counter
clockwise to ignite.
After the gas ignites, keep the knob pressed
for 3-5 seconds more to engage the safety
system.
If the gas does not ignite after you press and
release the knob, repeat the same procedure
by keeping the knob pressed for 15 seconds.
¡Release the button if the burner is not
ignited within 15 seconds.
Wait at least 1 minute before trying again.
There is the risk of gas accumulation and
explosion!
General information on baking,
roasting and grilling
. WARNING
\ Hot surfaces cause burns!
Product may be hot when itis in use. Never
touch the hot burners, inner sections of the
oven, heaters and etc. Keep children away.
Always use heat resistant oven gloves when
putting in or removing dishes into/from the
hot oven.
DANGER
¡Be careful when opening the oven door
as steam may escape.
Exiting steam can scald your hands, face
and/or eyes.
Tips for baking
Select the correct shelf position before turning the
oven on — don't move oven shelves when hot.
Always preheat the oven first for 10 minutes
to ensure the food is at the correct
temperature as soon as it goes into the oven.
Use good quality baking tins such as non
stick or aluminium. Line tins with greaseproof
or baking paper to prevent sticking, if
necessary.
Do not fill cake tin more than half full.
If baking one tray of food or cake, place
centrally on the shelf level and centrally in the
oven.
If cooking on more than one level, swop food
between the shelves at least halfway through
cooking.
Try not to open the oven door too much
during cooking.
To check if a cake is cooked, insert a skewer
or cocktail stick into the centre. If it comes
out clean, the cake is done, if it has food
stuck to it, continue to cook the cake for a
few minutes more and repeat the process.
Tips for roasting
Preheat oven first.
If possible take meat or poultry out of
refrigerator 30 minutes before cooking.
Weigh meat first and calculate how long it will
take to cook.
Before cooking meat or poultry, lightly coat
with butter or oil and season with salt, pepper,
herbs, or other seasoning. Place in a roasting
dish and use a rack to lift the meat out of its
juices. Place dish in centre of oven.
Turn meat over halfway through cooking.
If the roasted meat is covered with foil, (it
helps to keep the oven clean), always uncover
for the last half an hour of cooking to allow
browning.
Remove meat from oven once cooked and
stand covered in foil for 10-15 minutes to
allow the meat to relax and juices to be
reabsorbed which ensures the roast is tender
and moist.
Tips for grilling
Grilling is a quick and healthy way of cooking meat,
fish, vegetables and poultry.
Preheat grill first.
To keep the grill pan clean, line with a
silicone baking liner. Do not line with
aluminium foil.
Most foods benefit with being brushed with
oil before cooking.
To enhance the flavour and moistness of
meat, fish or poultry, marinate first
If using wooden kebab sticks, soak first to
prevent them catching on fire.
Turn food halfway through cooking to ensure
it is evenly browned.
5. Keep the gas oven control knob pressed for
How to use the gas oven another 3 to 5 seconds. Be sure that gas has
— ignited and flame is present.
6. Select the desired baking power/ gas mark.
/. If there is no electricity; ignite the gas with the
gas lighter from the ignition control hole.
There is the risk of gas compression and
The gas oven is operated by the gas oven control explosion!
knob. In off position (top) the gas supply is Off. Do not attempt to ignite the gas more that
| 15 seconds. If the burner is not ignited
Switch on the gas oven within 15 seconds, turn off the knob and
The gas oven is ignited with the ignition button. wait for 1 minute. Ventilate the room before
1. Open oven door. reattempting to ignite the burner. There is
2. Keep gas oven control knob pressed and turn the risk of gas compression and explosion!
it counterclockwise.
moe | | Switch off the gas oven
3. Press ignition button and release it again.
4. Keep the gas oven control knob pressed for 3 1. Turn gas oven control knob to off position (top).
to 5 seconds.
» Repeat the process until the emanating gas is
ignited.
Gas level temperature conversion chart
Gas level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Temperature in °C [130 [140 |150 |170 |180 |200 |220 |250 |280
Temperature in °F [266 |285 |302 [338 |356 |395 |430 |482 |536
Cooking times table
1st rack of the oven is the bottom rack.
“wl he timings in this chart are meant as a
dguide. Timings may vary due to temperature
of food, thickness, type and your own
preference of cooking.
‚ Maximum load capacity of oven tray: 4 kg
18.8 10). Stand dishes on a baking sheet to prevent
spillages onto oven base and help keep oven clean.
Baking and roasting
Food Preheating * Insertion Control knob Cooking time
level position
Roast beef; Sirloin, topside, 10 min. 2 5-6 20...40 mins then per 450 g/1b + 30 mins
toprump, rib Medium 20 mins then per 450 g/lb +
20 mins, Well done 25 mins then per
450 g/Ib + 25 mins
Roast Lamb; Leg, shoulder, 10 min. 2 5-6 20...40 mins then per 450 g/Ib + 20 mins
rack, breast, whole neck fillet
Roast pork; loin, shoulder, leg 10 min. 2 5-6 20...40 mins then per 450 g/Ib + 25 mins
Roast chicken 10 min. 2 6-7 30...40 mins then per 450 g + 20 mins
Roast turkey 10 min. 2 6-7 30...40 mins, then per 450 g + 25 mins
Casseroles — 2 4-5 2...3 hours
Whole fish 10 min. 2 4-5 25...35 mins $
Pasta bake 10 min. 3 5 30...40 mins ®
Fruit pies 10 min. 3 4-5 25...35 mins $
Pizza 10 min. 2-3 4-5 15...25 mins, depending on thickness $
Small cakes - One tray 10 min. 3 4-5 30...50 mins
Victoria sandwich 10 min. 3 4-5 30...50 mins
Biscuits 10 min. 3 5 15...25 mins
Scones 10 min. 3 5 15...25 mins
Rich fruit cake (20-22cm) 10 min. 3 3 3.4 hours
* at control knob position 7 / * depending on quantity / * depending on size
23/EN
How to operate the gas grill
WARNING
\ Hot surfaces may cause burns! Keep
children away from the product.
Oven door remains slightly inclined when
opened full and thus, possible splashes to
not reach you.
WARNING
This product is designed for OPEN DOOR
Cut-off valve
» Nhe grill door has a cut-off valve (2). As a
isafety feature, this valve prevents the grill
from working when the door is closed.
The grill is operated by the grill control knob. In off
position (top) the gas supply is locked.
When the door fully open, it remains tilted
slightly, so that any spillage will be directed
away from you.
Switching on the grill
as grill is ignited with the ignition button.
1. Open the oven door.
2. Keep the knob pressed and turn it
counterclockwise to the Grill symbol.
3. Press and release the ignition button.
» Repeat the procedure until the gas is ignited.
4, Keep the knob pressed for 3 to 5 seconds
more.
5. Make sure that the grill is ignited.
6. If there is no electricity; ignite the gas with a
gas lighter direct to grill burner.
\ There is the risk of gas compression and
explosion!
Do not attempt to ignite the gas more that
15 seconds. If the burner is not ignited
within 15 seconds, turn off the knob and
wait for 1 minute. Ventilate the room before
reattempting to ignite the ourner. There is
the risk of gas compression and explosion!
Switching off the grill
1. Turn the Grill control knob to Off (upper)
position.
o MOO not use the top rack for grilling.
Foods that are not suitable for grilling carry
ithe risk of fire. Only grill food which is
suitable for intensive grilling heat.
Do not place the food too far in the back of
the grill. This is the hottest area and fatty
food may catch fire.
Cooking times table
If food is cooking too quickly, it can be placed
in the bottom of the grill pan.
Do not place cookware with rough bases on
the oven door.
Ensure that there is at least 25mm space at
top of oven when grilling larger foods or
cookware.
Do not place aluminium foil on the wire rack
to grill on.
Turn food over to ensure it is cooked on both
sides
Preheat oven first
1st rack of the ап! 15 the bottom rack.
Do not use the top rack for grilling.
The timings in this chart are meant as a
guide. Timings may vary due to temperature
of food, thickness, type and your own
preference of cooking.
Grilling
Food Preparation/setting Grilling time *
Toast Place on wire rack in grill pan. 1-3 mins
Bacon Place on wire rack in grill pan. 3-6 mins
Gammon steaks Place on wire rack in grill pan. 8-15 mins
Beef burgers Place on wire rack in grill pan. 8-15 mins
Sausages Place on wire rack in grill pan. 6-10 mins
Chops, chicken pieces Place on upturned wire rack in grill pan. 15-30 mins
Fish fillets, fish fingers Place on wire rack in grill pan. 10-20 mins
Grilling /browning tops of foods e.g. Place on base of top oven. 3-6 mins
cottage pie
* depending on size resp. thickness
20/EN
General information
Service life of the product will extend and the
possibility of problems will decrease if the product
is cleaned at regular intervals.
DANGER
Disconnect the product from mains
supply before starting maintenance and
cleaning works.
There is the risk of electric shock!
DANGER
\ Allow the product to cool down before
you clean it.
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
e (lean the product thoroughly after each use.
In this way it will be possible to remove
cooking residues more easily, thus avoiding
these from burning the next time the
appliance is used.
e No special cleaning agents are required for
cleaning the product. Use warm water with
washing liquid, a soft cloth or sponge to clean
the product and wipe it with a dry cloth.
e Always ensure any excess liquid is thoroughly
wiped off after cleaning and any spillage is
immediately wiped dry.
e Do not use cleaning agents that contain acid
or chloride to clean the stainless or inox
surfaces and the handle. Use a soft cloth with
a liquid detergent (not abrasive) to wipe those
parts clean, paying attention to sweep in one
direction.
The surface might get damaged by some
{detergents or cleaning materials.
Do not use aggressive detergents, cleaning
powders/creams or any sharp objects
during cleaning.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which
may result in shattering of the glass.
Do not use steam cleaners to clean the
appliance as this may cause an electric
shock.
Cleaning the hob
Gas hobs
1. Remove and clean the saucepan carriers and
burner caps.
2. Clean the hob.
3. Install the burner caps and make sure that
they are seated correctly.
4. When installing the upper grills, pay attention
to place the saucepan carriers so that the
burners are centered.
Cleaning the control panel
Clean the control panel and control knobs with a
damp cloth and wipe them dry.
Do not remove the control buttons/knobs to
iclean the control panel.
Control panel may get damaged!
Cleaning the oven
Clean oven door
To clean the oven door, use warm water with
washing liquid, a soft cloth or sponge to clean the
product and wipe it with a dry cloth.
Don't use any harsh abrasive cleaners or
Jsharp metal scrapers for cleaning the oven
door. They could scratch the surface and
destroy the glass.
Removing the oven door
1. Open the front door (1). {Applies to top door oniyà
2. Open the clips at the hinge housing (2) on the
right and left hand sides of the front door by
pressing them down as illustrated in the figure.
1 2 3
1 Front door
2 Hinge
3 Oven
1 2 3
3. Move the front door to half-way.
4, Remove the front door by pulling it upwards to
release it from the right and left hinges.
foteps carried out during removing process
should be performed in reverse order to
install the door. Do not forget to close the
clips at the hinge housing when reinstalling
the door.
Removing the door inner glass
The entire inner glass panel of the oven door can
be removed for cleaning.
1. Open the oven door.
12
1 Screw
2 Plastic profile
3 Inner glass pane
4 Plastic slot
à. sind a screwdriver remove both screws (1) al
the top of the door profile (one on each side).
3. Remove the door profile and carefully take out
the glass (3).
4, When refitting the glass ensure the bottom edge
of the glass is securely placed in the plastic sits.
Refit the door profile using the screws.
21/EN
Replacing the oven lamp
ANGER
Before replacing the oven lamp, make
sure that the product is disconnected
from mains and cooled down in order to
avoid the risk of an electrical shock.
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
The oven lamp is a special electric light bulb
{that can resist up to 300 °C. See Technical
specifications, page 5 for details. Oven
lamps can be obtained from Authorised
Service Agents.
Position of lamp might vary from the figure.
If your oven is equipped with a round lamp:
1. Disconnect the product from mains.
2. Turn the glass cover counter clockwise to
remove it.
3. Remove the oven lamp by turning it counter
clockwise and replace it with the new one.
4. Install the glass cover.
Oven emits steam when it is in use.
It is normal that steam duri . This is not a fault.
Water occur
The vapour that arises during cooking can condense and form water droplets when it hits cold surfaces of the
This is not a fault.
There is no
Main valve is closed. valve.
Gas is bent. Install
There is no
No current. Check fuses in the fuse box.
Burners are not or at all.
Burners are dirty. Clean burner
Burners are wet. the burner
Burner iS not mounted Mount the burner
Gas valve is closed. valve.
Gas cylinder is | nder.
takes too
IS low, usta mark.
the Authorised Service Agent or the dealer where you have purchased the product if you can
remedy the trouble although you have implemented the instructions in this section. Never attempt
repair a defective product yourself.
breakdown repairs : Freestanding appliances : 1 year
Built-in appliances :
from the date of the original purchase.
2 year
What is covered?
e All repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials,
defective components or manufacturing defect.
* The cost of all functional replacement parts.
* The labour costs of a Beko approved repairer to
carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
* Transit or delivery damage
*e Accidental damage
* Misuse, or abuse.
* Cabinet or appearance parts, including knobs and
flaps
* Accessory items, including ice trays, scrapers, cutlery
baskets,
* Repairs required as a result of unauthorised repairs
or inexpert installation that fails to meet the requirements
contained in the user instruction book.
residential household premises.
Important notes.
* The product is guaranteed for domestic household
use only.
* The guarantee will be void if the product is installed
or used in commercial or non-residential household
premises.
* The product must be correctly installed, located
and operated in accordance with the instructions
contained in the User Instructions Booklet provided.
* Professional Installation by a qualified
plumber/electrical appliance installer is recommended
for all Washing & Dishwashing Machines and Electric
Cookers
* Gas Cookers must only be installed by a Gas Safe
(or BORD GAIS) registered Gas Installer.
* The guarantee is given only within the boundaries
of the United Kingdom.
* The guarantee is not transferable if the product is
resold.
* Beko plc disclaims any liability for incidental or
consequential damages.
* The guarantee does not in anyway diminish your
statutory or legal rights.
HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE UNDER THE MANUFACTURERS GUARANTEE
Please keep your purchase receipt or other proof of purchase in a safe place; you will need to have it should
the product require attention in the guarantee period
You should also complete the details below; it will help us assist you quicker when requesting service. (The
model number is printed on the Instruction Booklet)
Model Number:
Purchased From:
Date of purchase:
For service under guarantee simply telephone the appropriate number below
LOCATION
UK Mainland 8: Northern Ireland
Fridges & Freezers
Electric Cookers
Gas & Dual Fuel Cookers
Washing Machines & Dishwashers
Republic of Ireland
All Refrigeration, Cooking, Washing & Dishwashing Machines
Before requesting service please check the trouble-
shooting guide in the Operating Instructions as a charge
may be levied where no fault is found even though your
product may still be under guarantee.
TELEPHONE
0845 600 4903
0845 600 4902
0845 600 4905
0845 600 4906
01 862 3411
Service once the manufacturers guarantee has expired.
If you have purchased an extended gauarantee please
refer to the instructions contained within the extended
gauarantee agreement document. Otherwise please
call the above numbers where service can be obtained
at a charge.
Should you experience any difficulty in obtaining service please call the
Beko Customer Help-Line on 0845 600 4911
Beko House, Caxton Way, Watford, Herts, WD 18 8UF, Tel: 0845 600 4911
24.03.2017 1-м!
Beko plc
Beko House
Caxton Way
Watford
Herts WD 8 BUF
Tel: 0845 600 4911
Printed in Turkey
Part no: 485.3000.68
Rev: AB/10.05.2012
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