Electrolux 4071 User manual

Electrolux 4071 User manual
MICROWAVE COOKER
WARNINGS & SPECIFIC NOTES
6 It is most important that this instruction book should be retained
with the appliance for future reference. Should the appliance be
sold or transferred to another owner, or should you move house
and leave the appliance, always ensure that the book 1s supplied
with the appliance so that the new owner can be acquainted with
the functioning of the appliance and the relevant warnings.
e These warnings are provided in the interest of safety. You must
read them carefully before installing or using the appliance.
e Do not use this appliance for any other purposes than the
preparation of normal domestic food. Take care to read the
instructions regarding loads and timings. Also the
recommendations/advice on suitable containers and utensils (see
cookery book). |
e DO NOT OPERATE THE OVEN EMPTY. THE APPLIANCE
MUST NOT BE OPERATED WITHOUT FOOD IN THE OVEN,
OPERATION IN THIS MANNER BEING LIKELY TO DAMAGE
THE APPLIANCE.
e DO NOT OPERATE THE OVEN IF IT IS DAMAGED UNTIL IT
HAS BEEN REPAIRED BY A SERVICE TECHNICIAN TRAINED
BY THE MANUFACTURER. IT IS PARTICULARLY
IMPORTANT THAT THE OVEN DOOR CLOSES PROPERLY
AND THAT THERE IS NO DAMAGE TO:-
(1) DOOR (WARPED) (2) HINGES AND LATCHES (BROKEN OR
LOOSENED)
(3) DOOR SEALS AND SEALING SURFACES (BROKEN OR
CRACKED).
IT IS DANGEROUS FOR ANY PERSON OTHER THAN A
SERVICE TECHNICIAN TRAINED BY THE MANUFACTURER
TO PERFORM SERVICE REPAIRS.
e AIRFLOW BELOW, ABOVE AND TO THE REAR OF A
MICROWAVE OVEN SHOULD NOT BE RESTRICTED. (SEE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS).
e ALWAYS KEEP THE DOOR SEAL AND DOOR SURFACES
~LEAN BY WIPING REGULARLY WITH A DAMP CLOTH, SO
THAT ANY GREASE, SOIL OR SPATTERS ARE NOT
ALLOWED TO BUILD UP, SUCH BUILD UP COULD RESULT
IN LEAKAGE OF MICROWAVE ENERGY FROM THE OVEN.
® When heating liquids in your microwave oven, overheating of
the liquid beyond boiling point can occur without the evidence
of bubbling. This could result in a sudden overspill of the hot
liquid and possible injury to the user. To help prevent this
possibility the following steps should be observed:-
_ Stir the liquid before placing the container in the oven.
_ At the end of the heating time allow the liquid to cool slightly
before removing the container from the oven using an oven
cloth for added protection.
This appliance is designed to be operated by adults. Children
should not be allowed to tamper with the controls or play with
the product.
Any electrical work required to install this appliance should be
carried out by a qualified person.
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or modify the product
in any Way.
e Do not use this appliance if it is in contact with water.
e Under no circumstances should live animals be placed in a
microwave oven.
e Do not use the oven for drying any items.
e Do not let the timer continue to operate after removing the
food.
No items must be stored in the microwave oven cven when the
appliance is not being used, as inadvertently switching on the
oven could cause a hazard.
Unplug the appliance if it is to be left for a period of time, e.g.
during holidays or long weekends.
The glass tray must be positioned in the oven during use.
® Generally speaking, metal should not be used in the oven when
cooking, because metal reflects microwave energy and may
cause arcing. Even when metal is used for the limited application
e.g., when shielding chicken legs with foil, it should not come
into contact with oven walls.
Do not use capped bottles, jars or tins.
e Cooking vessels can get very hot. Care should be taken that the
dishes do not come into contact with any plastic surface. Wear
protective gloves.
Only use cooking containers recommended for use in a
microwave oven.
Should you wish to use a browning dish, we would suggest that
a suitable insulator be placed between the glass tray and the
browning dish in order to prevent damage by heat stress. A
large heat resistant and microwave proof glass plate, (e.g.
PYREX), may be used as an insulator. It is important that the
recommended preheating time of the dish must not be exceeded.
Do not cook eggs in the shell. Pressure will build up inside the
shell and it will explode (even after cooking has stopped). Do
not reheat cooked eggs unless they are scrambled or chopped.
Puncture the yolk before cooking eggs.
Do not prepare popcorn in the oven. The results are poor and it
can be dangerous.
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Do not heat oil or fat for deep frying. The temperature of the oil
cannot be controlled and it may overheat.
In common with other forms of heating food, exceeding the
recommended cooking times may result in burning the oven
contents and damaging your oven. When cooking foods with a
high sugar or fat content such as: Christmas pudding, mince pies
or fruit cake, be sure to follow the cooking instructions
carefully.
e Do not reheat drinks in plastic cups, they could melt.
e Do not use a conventional meat thermometer. They may be
used outside the oven to check temperature but not during
cooking.
Be cautious when eating food direct from the microwave oven
as items with high sugar or fat content can be very hot inside.
Always be careful when removing cling film and lids from
dishes after cooking as the steam when released can cause burns.
Anv foodstuffs with a ‘skin’ e.g. potatoes, sausages, ctc. must be
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pierced in order to allow for the release of stcam.
Care and cleaning of the appliance are important. Food deposits
should not be left on the interior cabinet. Do not place any
object between the oven front face and the door.
The door seal is designed to prevent leakage of microwave
energy during cooking. Occasionally moisture may appear
around the oven door. This is normal and does not necessarily
indicate the oven is leaking microwave energy.
Infant feed should not be warmed in a microwave oven once it 1s
in the feeding bottle.
We do not recommend the use of any form of microwave
checking device which may be available from a number of
commercial or retail outlets. In our experience the results from
the use of such devices are variable and the readings obtained
from them are not always accurate. If you are concerned about
your microwave please contact the appropriate Service Centre
or Customer Care Centre.
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Installation of the Microwave
General Instruction
Operation of the Control
The Clock
For Microwave Cooking
- Oven Shelf
Planning and Cooking
Service Check List
Service is Needed
Guarantee
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IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
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. IMPORTANT
This microwave oven has been designed for domestic house-
hold use only, therefore the guarantee supplied with this
appliance will be invalidated if it is used commercially.
2. Visual check after unpacking:
Remove all packing materials from the oven cavity. Check the
unit for any damage, such as a misaligned door, damaged
gaskets around the door or dents inside the oven cavity or on
the door. If there is any damage do not operate the oven until it
has been checked by a Service technician trained by the
manufacturer and repaired, if necessary.
. Safety Approval of this appliance only remains valid if the
appliance is installed in accordance with these instructions or in
accordance with the installation instructions for an approved
built-in trim kit specifically designed for use with this appliance.
. Connecting to the mains:
Before you use your oven, check that the voltage shown on the
data label located on the rear of the oven conforms with your
mains supply.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
If this appliance is fitted with a non-rewireable plug for which your
socket is unsuitable the plug should be cut off and an appropriate
plug fitted. The removed plug should be disposed of as insertion of
the plug into a 13 A socket is likely to cause an electrical hazard. If
it is necessary to change the fuse in a non-rewireable plug the fuse
cover must be refitted. If the fuse cover is lost or damaged the plug
must not be used until a replacement is obtained. Replacement fuse
covers are available from Electrolux Service Shops, see page 17. It
is important that the colour of the replacement fuse cover
corresponds with the coloured insert or as embossed in words on
the base of the plug.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:-
GREEN AND YELLOW EARTH
BLUE NEUTRAL
BROWN LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:-
The wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter “E” or by the ‘Earth’
symbol + or coloured green or coloured green and yellow.
OF THE MICROWAVE OVEN
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter “N” or coloured black. The wire
which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which
is marked with the letter ‘L’ or coloured red.
The appliance must be protected by a 13 À ASTA approved (BS
1362) fuse if a 13 A (BS 1363) plug or a non-rewireable plug 1s used
or if any other type of plug is used by a 15 À fuse either in the plug
or adaptor or at the distribution board.
We recommend that the installation be checked by a qualified
electrician who can ensure that the appliance is operating satisfac-
torily and that it has not been damaged in transit.
Ensure that there are no restrictions preventing air circulation to
the cooling vents on the top, rear and base of the appliance.
Do not place tea towels or utensils over the cooling vents.
CARE AND CLEANING
THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY MUST BE SWITCHED OFF
BEFORE CLEANING
Clean all surfaces of the oven with a cloth rinsed in warm soapy
water, rinse with clean water and afterwards polish with a dry soft
cloth. If necessary, a non-abrasive cleaner may be used to clean the
surfaces DO NOT USE AEROSOL CLEANERS, CAUSTIC
CLEANERS, ABRASIVES or scrape the surface with knives or
other utensils as they will damage the surface. If condensation 15
noticeable on the interior walls either during or after cooking is
completed, dry with a soft cloth or kitchen paper towel.
Condensation is quite normal and forms when moisture 1s present,
i.e., during cooking.
ALWAYS KEEP THE DOOR SEAL SURFACES CLEAN BY
WIPING REGULARLY WITH A DAMP CLOTH, SO THAT
ANY GREASE, SOIL OR SPATTERS ARE NOT ALLOWED
TO BUILD UP. SUCH A BUILD UP COULD RESULT IN
LEAKAGE OF MICROWAVE ENERGY FROM THE OVEN.
Regularly check the door seal area, which is formed by the inside
face of the door, for any signs of damage. If such damage is seen do
not use the oven until the damage has been repaired by a Service
Technican trained by the manufacturer.
The glass tray may be removed and taken to the sink to be cleaned
or washed in the dishwasher. Care must be taken to avoid
dropping the glass tray. Although it is made of toughened glass it
will break if not handled with normal care.
Do not use oven without glass tray in position.
LIGHT BULB REPLACEMENT
1. Unplug the microwave oven from the power supply.
2. Remove the smaller of the two covers from the rear of the oven
by removing the screw. |
3. Unscrew light bulb and replace only with a 40W round bulb
with E14 screw cap. |
4. Replace cover and screw. This cover must be in place before
operating the oven.
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
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Clock display
. Cook indicators
. Clock Pad
. Timer Hold Pad
. Time Set Pads
. Variable Power Pads
. Clear Pad
. Start Pad
. Stop Pad
OPERATION OF THE CONTROL
The operation of the oven is controlled by touching the appropriate
pads arranged on the surface of the control panel. The digital
readout will display the cooking time, time of day or minute
minder. Indicators show the variable cooking setting or cooking
function you have programmed.
An entry signal tone should be heard each time you touch the
control panel to make a correct entry. If you do not hear this
sound,
1) You have not used enough pressure in touching the pad.
2) You have made more entries than the control panel will accept.
3) You have made an incorrect entry.
Alternatively, the digital readout can be counted up automatically
by leaving the finger on the appropriate pad. The signal tone will
be only heard at the first touch.
In addition to the entry signal tone, an audible signal will sound 4
bleeps at the end of the cooking cycle.
Make sure the oven is plugged into a power point. When the oven
is plugged in, the display will show 00:00 flashing on and off.
You cannot programme the oven if the door is not closed firmly.
If the electrical supply to your microwave oven should be
interrupted, the display will show 00:00 flashing on and off, when
the power is restored. Don’t forget to reset the clock for the correct
time of day.
In the event of the door being opened during a cooking cycle, the
timer and the cook cycle holds. On closing the door the ”START”
pad has to be pressed to continue the cooking cycle.
By pressing the “STOP” pad during a cooking sequence, the cycle
is halted. To recommence press “START” pad again. To clear the
programme, touch “CLEAR” pad once.
To clear or change a set programme before touching “START”,
touch the “CLEAR” pad once to reprogramme or twice to return
to set time of day.
The timer for all sequences/programmes will begin counting down
and when it reaches zero, the audible signal will sound and the time
of day will reappear on the display.
IMPORTANT To set all sequences/programmes, the oven door must be closed.
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This is a 24 hour clock.
NOTE:
To enter time of day e.g. 12:45 p.m.
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STEP 1
Touch the Clock pad
CLOCK
STEP2
Enter time of day
by touching
number pads in
sequence
(Display — 12:45)
STEP 3
Touch the Start
pad.
10 |
Min | {Min
(x1) (x2)
Ke |
sec sec
(x4) (x5)
START
The clock is now set with colon flashing and will kcep correct time
of day. If power supply is interrupted clock will require to be reset.
MICROWAVE COOKING
To enter desired cooking time e.g. 1 minute 45 seconds.
STEP1
Enter the required
cooking time
(Display — 1:45)
|
min
(X1)
10 |
sec sec
(X4) (X5)
STEP 2
Touch the
Start pad
START
The control will automatically select FULL power unless a lower
power level has been entered — SEE COOKING BY VARIABLE
POWER.
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FOR MICROWAVE COOKING
COOKING BY VARIABLE
POWER LEVEL
Suppose MEDIUM power level is required for 2 mins 45 secs.
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(Display - 2:48)
STEP 2 -
Salen power. —.
level
STEP3
Tonch the
Start pad
MULTIPLE SEQUENCE MICROWAVE
COOKING (WITH HOLD TIME)
(The Timer Hold feature enables you to hold a time if required
during the sequence).
Enter che required
STEPS
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Display — 3:25
STEPS
Selver variable
cooking level
STEFZ —
Select variable
cooking level
STEP7
Enter bold time
Display - 3:00,
STEP 3
Enter Hold
same :
display - 2001.
COSTEPR
Touch Timer
Hald pad
STEP 14
| Touch Tanner
Haldqpad 0
STEPS
Touch the
Start pad
display - 3:25)
The oven will now DEFROST for 3 mins 25 secs, followed by a
HOLD time of 2 mins, then cook for 10 mins at HIGH power with
a holding time of 5 mins.
The display indicators will show how many sequences you have
selected, which one is currently operating, and the selected power
level.
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MULTIPLE SEQUENCE MICROWAVE
COOKING (WITHOUT HOLD TIME)
Programme for up to 4 Automatic cooking sequences.
MINUTE MINDER
Minute minding facility up to 99mins 59secs is available. There 1s
NO cooking necessary and therefore can be used independently.
The timer will begin counting down to zero. When the timer
reaches zero the audible signal will sound and the time of the day
will reappear on the display.
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Your new microwave oven includes a removable metal shelf to
increase the capacity of the oven. The shelf is designed specifically
for use in your oven and will not interfere with the correct
distribution of microwaves. No other shelf should be used.
The shelf can be used in either of two positions. You should choose
the position that suits the sizes of dishes being used. The shelf must
be removed when not in use.
The shelf is used for
1. Cooking or reheating several items of food at one time in the
oven. |
2. Increasing the oven capacity so that complete oven meals can be
cooked in a simple one or two step operation. See Planning and
Cooking’ for hints on how to benefit from your oven shelf.
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SHELF IN LOWER POSITION
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PLANNING E COOKING
PLANNING AND COOKING
When cooking several food items or complete oven meals, the
location of each item is important. When combining cooking of
several dishes those that require the longest cooking times are
placed on the shelf whilst those requiring shorter cooking or
heating times are placed on the glass tray. This is because the
microwaves first start cooking the food at the top of the oven.
Remember that as the amount of food placed in the oven 15
increased the cooking times must also be increased. Therefore,
complete oven meals will require a longer cooking time than the
cooking of one food 1tem.
To get a general idea of how much time a complete meal will
require, add up the amount of time required for each food, 1f
cooked separately, and this will be the approximate cooking time
required. In most cases, the cooking of a complete meal at one time
will not save significant cooking times. However, the convemence
of being able to place all the food in the oven at the same time will
make microwave cooking more convenient.
When planning oven meals, take into consideration the types of
food and how quickly they cook in the oven. It may be necessary
for you to check the food during cooking, removing some food
ahead of time or allowing some food to cook for a longer period of
time. In most cases you can place several items of food in the
microwave oven at the same time.
However, some food that takes longer to cook should be put in the
oven earlier, and faster cooking food, such as rolls should be put in
the oven later in the cooking period. Placing food directly over
each other on the top and bottom shelves will slow down cooking
of the food on the bottom glass tray.
Place smail cups or dishes carefully on the shelf so they do not tip.
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SERVICE CHECK LIST
A routine service is not always required, before you call for a
service engineer, carry out these simple checks:
® Is there a power failure? Check your house lights.
e Is the plug firmly connected to the wall socket and is the socket
switched on? Check the power supply by plugging in another
appliance.
e Is the fuse in the plug intact, and if you have fitted your own
plug, are the wires in the mains lead correctly connected?
® Have you pressed “START” to commence cooking?
e Have you closed the door properly?
e If cooking results are not satisfactory, have you programmed
the oven correctly?
e Check that the food is not covered with excessive foil and you
have not used a metal lid.
e Are the air vents obstructed?
IF SERVICE IS NEEDED, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR
NEAREST ELECTROLUX CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE
AS DETAILED OVERLEAF.
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This Guarantee is offered to you as an extra benefit and does
not affect your legal rights.
Electrolux products are carefully designed, manufactured, tested
and inspected and in consequence we undertake to replace or
repair any part found to be defective in material or
workmanship, within one year of delivery to the original
purchaser, free of charge.
ADDITIONALLY, DURING THE SUBSEQUENT FOUR
YEARS, ANY DEFECTIVE PARTS WILL BE REPLACED
FREE — LABOUR COSTS ONLY BEING CHARGEABLE.
The Company does not accept liability for defects arising from
neglect, misuse, or accident. The interior light bulb and
glassware are also excluded from the guarantee.
There are certain conditions which may invalidate this
guarantee:
a) It is dependent upon the appliance being correctly
installed and used in accordance with the Company's
instructions under normal domestic conditions within the
United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland.
b) Service at all times must be carried out by an Electrolux
service representative or authorised agent.
с) The guarantee may be invalidated by unauthorised repair
or modification of the appliance.
Proof of the date of purchase will be required before service
under guarantee is provided. Addresses or telephone numbers
for service requests are listed on page 17.
MICROWAVE OVEN MODEL NF4071 - LUX MODELS,
MADE IN THE U.K.
This appliance conformed to the requirements of EEC Directive
No. 82/499 relating to radio interference.
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