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Model
ZOB 890 X
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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DEAR HOUSE WIFE
Your oven will give your years of satisfactory service and pleasure when properly cared for and used. Producing an efficient
oven that conserves energy requires a considerable investment of time, effort and money. Your oven is engineered to
surpass all performance and safety requirements. Howewer, safety is also YOUR responsability through proper use and
care. With this in mind it is important that you road this booklet. Acquaint yourself with the features an follow the use
and care suggestion carefully for complete satisfaction.
Be sure you know the correct model and serial number of your oven. The data plate is inside the oven door.
RECORD HERE FOR EASY REFERENCE
Model
Colour
Serial Number
Installation Date
Dealer's Name and Address
WARNING
Remember ovens get hot: some parts naturally become very
hot, notably the glass oven door and the protective strip. KEEP
CHILDREN AWAY FROM Oven AT ALL TIMES AND WARN THEM
ABOUT THE DANGER.
When connecting or using appliances connected to a plug near
your oven KEEP THE MAINS CABLE FAR FROM HOT SURFACES
OF THE OVEN.
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INDEX
TECHNICAL FEATURES ..................................................................................................................................................................page 3
User’s instructions ..........................................................................................................................................................................page 3
Controls panel and functions.............................................................................................................................................................page 3
Traditional baking...............................................................................................................................................................................page 4
Forced convection baking..................................................................................................................................................................page 4
Using the grill.....................................................................................................................................................................................page 4
Led programmer................................................................................................................................................................................page 5
Cleaning and maintenance................................................................................................................................................................page 6
Servicing Informations ...................................................................................................................................................................page 6
Instructions to the installer ............................................................................................................................................................page 6
Electrical connection .........................................................................................................................................................................page 6
Preparation on the cabinet ................................................................................................................................................................page 7
IMPORTANT:
The rating data plate is attached to the front of the oven.
Technical features:
Dimensions: Height
(appliance) Width
Depth
Oven room: Height
Width
Depth
Volume
Power:
Fan oven (rear element)
Grill
Upper elements
Lower elements
Static oven (upper and lower elements)
Cooking fan motor
Cooling fan motor
Lamp (miniature Ediso screw high temeprature 300 °C)
Total absorbed power
Voltage (50 Hz single phase)
Section cable alimentation
How to use your oven
– Several parts are protected with a special anti-scratch film.
REMOVE IT BEFORE USE.
– Before cooking in the first time we recommend that the oven
should be operated at 200° C for 30 minutes to remove any
manufacturing greases and odours.
– This oven is for domestic use only.
– Do not place items or pan directly on to the oven bottom.
– Foil should only be used to cover food and not oven shelves
or part of the oven. When used improperly will obstruct the air
circulation causing problems in cooking and/or harmful
accidents.
– This oven is always used with CLOSED DOOR for all the
cooking functions (Grill included)
cm
47,4
cm
89,4
cm
54,5
cm
31,5
cm
55,5
cm
38
dm3
66
W
2500
W
2800
W
1200
W
1400
W
2600
W
47
W
22
W 2x) 15/25
W
2900
V
230
mm2 3x1,5
Electric oven
Function selector knob (fig. 1)
With this knob you can select different heating function accordingly
to your cooking needs.
Please refer to the following symbols for the oven functions:
Oven off.
This product meets the requirements of E.E.C. rules:
- 73/23 E.E.C. "regarding Low Tension"
- 89/336 E.E.C. "regarding electromagnetic disturbances"
- 89/109 E.E.C. "regarding materials in contact with food"
Oven lamp on.
Upper (outer ring only) and lower heating elements and lamp on.
User’s instructions
Upper (outer ring only) heating element and lamp on.
INSTALLATIONS
We recommend that installation, connection and preparation of
the cabinet are carried out by a qualified technician accordingly
with the instructions of this booklet and with the installation
requirements or regulations in force in the user's Country.
Lower heating element and lamp on.
Grill, turnspit and lamp on
Grill, cooking fan, turnspit and lamp on
Controls panel
1. Thermostat knob
2. Thermostat indicator lamp
3. Functions selector knob
4. Power on indicator lamp
5. Led programmer
Upper (outer ring only) and lower heating elements, cooking fan and lamp on
Rear heating element, fan and lamp on
Fan and lamp on (defrost)
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
°C
m
ax
°C
150 125
1
4
2
3
5
17
0
10
80
3
225 200
°C
60
A
5
Traditional baking
Turn the functions knob to the symbol
and then turn the
thermostat knob (fig. 2) to the required temperature. Preheating
of the oven is recommended until the thermostat indicator light
switches off, to show the selected temperature has been reached
in the center of the oven. This function is recommended for the
foods needing highest cooking temperatures or in earthenware
pots. When you want to cook your food heating it from bottom
turn the function knob to the symbol
and to the symbol
when you want to heat the food from the top. With this cooking
one tray only, centrally placed, has to be used.
Wishing a more uniform warming of the oven turn the function
knob to the symbol
favourable also when using more than
one tray.
Oven lamp
This light is always on with every selected function by the function
knob (fig. 1). When needing the inside lighted up without any heating
element switched on turn the selector knob to the symbol
.
PIZZA STONE – INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Place the pizza stone in the centre of the grid, on the second shelf
from the bottom of the oven (fig. 1 A/B).
A
Forced convection baking
Turn the function knob (fig. 1) to the symbol
, then turn the
thermostat knob (fig. 2) to required temperature. With this function
more than on tray may be used at the same time because hot air
is forced by the fan around the food and between the trays and
also the temperature to be selected for cooking is 10-15% lower
than the corresponding value for traditional baking and the action
of the hot air will do more uniformly dried and crust your food.
When using one tray only the lower runner is suggested to be
used in order to have easier check by the oven window without
opening the door. Preheating time will be very short (15 minutes
are sufficient also for very sensitive items such as soufflés or
whisked sponges) and the more commun foods may be cooked
from a “cold start”.
B
2° Livello
Cooking time
This MULTIFUNCTION oven is engineered to offer you the best
cooking way for the most common international foods. Cooking
results are a matter of personal preference and may easily be
adjusted to follow individual requirements by slight changes to the
temperature or/and cooking time.
fig.1
Pre-heat the oven for about 30 minutes at maximum temperature
on setting
before placing the pizza on the stone.
After pre-heating, put the pizza on the stone as shown in fig. 2
and wait until it is cooked. Cooking times vary according to the
type of pizza.
WARNING: Do not touch the stone when placing or removing
the pizza.
Using the grill
Turn the function knob (fig. 1) to the symbol
when you wish
to grill without fan and to the symbol
for fan assisted grilling.
FOR GRILLING TURN THE THERMOSTAT KNOB (fig. 2) TO THE
MAX. When switching on the grill the turnspit motor also will start
at the same time. The fan assisted grill functions, corresponding
to the symbol
is suitable for wet or thick food because the
action of the hot air will more uniformly cook, and the heat will
enter into the food more gradually by reducing the radiation of the
grill. When use this function turn they knob on 200° thermostat.
Warning
Always set the grill grid in the highest possible rack (but not too
close to the heating element: fatty foods get smoke and may start
a fire) place a pan in the lowest possible rack for collecting juice.
If a grease fire should occur in a pan put out the flame placing a
lid on the pan: NEVER THROW WATER ON A GREASE FIRE.
fig.2
Some recommendations for pizza cooking times are give below.
Recommended times are indicative only.
We are sure that after a few trials you will be able to adjust cooking
times to achieve the desired results.
Defrost
Turn the function knob (fig. 1) to the symbol
and the thermostat
knob (fig. 2) to the OFF position. Air at room temperature is forced
by the fan around the food for fast defrosting.
Remember to place the food on a tray, to collect the liquid from
defrosting and to remove the packaging from defrosted foods before
cooking.
Pizza
Thermostat indicator lamp
This light is on when you turn the thermostat knob and switches
off when the oven reaches the selected temperature and will cycle
on and off during the cooking in line with the oven temperature.
Temp. °C.
Minutes
Pizza Margherita
max (250)
6-8
Pizza with bacon
max (250)
6-8
Stuffed pizza
max (250
7 - 10
WARNINGS
- The stone gets very hot during use: do not touch it with your
hands.
- Do not use detergent to clean the stone.
- Do not let the stone get wet when it is hot.
- After use wait for the stone to cool before removing it from the
oven.
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Fully automatic use
Press the cooking time button and select the length of the cooking
time with +/-.
The A symbol appears.
The relay switches on and the saucepan symbol appears.
By setting the cooking end function, the next cooking end time
appears.
Set the cooking end time with +/-.
The saucepan symbol appears again when the time of day
corresponds to the cooking start time.
When the automatic programme is over, the A symbol flashes.
The sound signal rings, the saucepan symbol and the relay switch
off.
“LED” PROGRAMMER (Fig. 5A)
Features
24 hours clock with automatic programme and minutes counter.
Functions
Cooking time, cooking end time, clock, minutes counter, times
to be set up to 23 hours 59 minutes. Manual selection.
Display
4-figures, 7-segments diplay for cooking times and time of day.
Display for identification of timer conditions:
Automatic setting
= A
Time and manual use
= saucepan symbol
Minutes counter
= bell symbol
Minutes counter
Press the minutes counter button and set the cooking time with
+/- button.
The bell symbol lights up when the minutes counter is operating.
When the set time is up, the sound signal rings.
Fig. 5A
1 Minute timer
Sound signal
The sound signal (0.5 Hz) rings at the end of a programme or of
the minutes counter function and it lasts for 7 minutes.
To stop it, push the button 1.
2 Cooking time
A
3 Cooking end
1
2
3
4
5
4 Subtract time
Start programme and check
The programme starts after the required time has been set.
The programme can be checked at any time by pressing the
corresponding button.
5 Add time
Setting
After pressing a function button the time required can be set with
the +/- buttons.
The counting-up and counting-down speed increases when the
buttons are held down.
If a function button is just briefly touched and released, the selected
function is displayed for 5 seconds. Within this time setting may
be commenced.
Five seconds after releasing the function button or after setting
is completed, the display reverts to time of day.
When a programme has been set, it starts immediately.
Selection of a function is accompanied by a sound signal.
Setting error
A setting error is made if the time of day on the clock falls within
the cooking start and end times.
When an error occurs, the sound signal rings and the A symbol
flashes.
To correct the setting error, change the cooking time and cooking
end time.
Cancelling a setting
To cancel a setting, press the manual function.
A set programme will automatically cancel on completion.
Setting the time
Press the cooking time and the end time simultaneously, and set
the time with +/- buttons.
This deletes any previously set programme.
Manual use
By pressing simultaneously 2 and 3 buttons (the automatic
symbol will be erased), the saucepan symbol lights up.
This deletes any previously set programme.
Semi-automatic use with cooking time setting
Press the cooking time button and set the desired time with +/-.
The saucepan and A symbol appear.
The relay switches on immediately.
When the cooking end time corresponds to the time of day, the
relay and the saucepan symbol switch off.
The sound signal rings and the A symbol flashes.
Semi-manual use with end time setting
Press the end time button and set the desired time with +/-.
The saucepan and A symbol light up.
The relay switches on.
When the cooking end time corresponds to the time of day, the
relay and the saucepan symbol switch off.
The sound signal rings and the A flashes.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning should be carried out when the appliance is COOL AND
SWITCHED OFF AT THE MAINS SUPPLY. Always clean off
spillage as quickly as possible to prevent burning on which will
make removal more difficult. Wash with a clean cloth soaked in
hot soapy water, rinse and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use
abrasives, caustic pastes or sprays, coarse cleaning pads or
powders. Do not use excessive water when cleaning your oven in
order to avoid water passing through clefts into the back of controls
panel or of the unit.
Do not use steam cleaners to clean the oven.
The oven accessories (shelve, grid, oven shelf carriers) and the
oven door also, can be removed for easier washing, to be done
with a mild detergent solution. The slots in the front of the appliance
for the passage of the air must carefully kept un-obtructed for an
efficient cooling of the unit.
Servicing information
Before calling the service be sure you know how to operate your
oven: it may help you in explaining the malfunction to the serviceman
and check that there is not a power cut (with the fuse still working).
When you call for service or order parts do not forget to give:
– model of your oven
– serial number
– colour (when in enamelled version)
– part name or/and description of the problem
– your full name, address, home phone number, (or/and business
phone number if appropriate).
Instructions to the installer
Oven door removal and refitting
Open fully the oven door and hook the ring A to the upper bar of
the door hinge as shown in the fig. 6. Once hinge locked, grip both
sides of the door, near the hinges, then lift and remove as in the
fig. 7. After cleaning refit the oven door inversely proceeding in
similar way. Make sure the lower bars of the hinges correctely
placed in the proper slots and the rings A released from the upper
bars before closing the door.
The appliance must be installed by a qualified techician accordingly
with the instructions of this booklet and with the installation
requirements and regulations in force in the user's Country.
The oven must be installed in a housing which has been built to
withstand a temperature of 120 ° C in accordance with EEC REGS.
The manufacturer declines any responsa-bility for faults
arising from incorrect installation or/and connection or/and
inadequate ventilation.
Electrical connection
The installer will be responsable for complying with the safety
regulations of the user's Country.
Oven bulb replacement
Switch off your oven and isolate the power. When the oven is cool,
reach the light glass cover and unscrew it as shown in fig. 8.
Replace the bulb with a new one with the same specifications and
screw the cover back until is hand tight. Bulb replacement is not
covered by your Guarantee.
Warning:
This appliance MUST be earthed.
The connection must be made directly to the mains supply by
installing between the supply mains and the appliance a double
pole.
The power supply must be fitted with a disconnect switch in which
the distance between contacts permits total disconnection in
accordance with overvoltage category III, as required by installation
regulations.
This appliance must not be connected integrally with any appliance
on the same sub-circuit.
Be sure that:
– earth wire is not interrupted by the switch.
– easy access to the switch is ensured once the appliance is
installed
– the supply cable not comes in contact with any component the
temperature of which exceed 50 °C and with sufficient length
for allowing any subsequent removal of the unit.
– once connected the appliance is working correctely.
A
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Important
The housing should not be free standing, but secured to the wall
or/and adjacent fittings and housing, do not lift it by the door
handle. Do not force the oven into the housing using the open
door as a lev and never exercise excessive pressure on the open
door. The oven should be secured to the housing by nº 4 fitting
screws in holes of the frame as shown in fig. 10.
Fig. 8
Fig. 10
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Preparation on the cabinet
No specific openings are necessary for ventilation in the cabinet
because this appliance is equipped with a cooling fan drawing air
across the slots in the top and bottom of the unit.
It is enough to respect the dimensions of the housing as in the
fig. 11 and 12.
ENVIRONMENTAL NOTES
Disposal of packaging materials
Do not dispose of packaging materials with normal household
waste. These materials are recyclable and should be sorted
(e.g. cardboard, plastic sheeting, polystyrene) and disposed
of in accordance with local regulations.
Building-in
Fig. 11
550
This appliance is marked according to the European directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product.
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• The only proper use of this appliance is that for which it
was expressly designed, as a “cooking appliance”.
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The symbol
on the product, or on the documents
accompanying the product, indicates that this appliance may not
be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over
to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental
regulations for waste disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and
recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
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