Operating and installation instructions Steam combination oven

Operating and installation instructions
Steam combination oven
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential
to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
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M.-Nr. 10 348 120
Contents
Warning and Safety instructions.......................................................................... 8
Caring for the environment ................................................................................ 17
Guide to the appliance ........................................................................................ 18
Steam oven front view........................................................................................... 18
Accessories supplied ............................................................................................ 20
Controls................................................................................................................ 22
Sensor controls ..................................................................................................... 23
Touch display ........................................................................................................ 24
Symbols............................................................................................................ 25
Operation............................................................................................................... 26
Description of functions ..................................................................................... 28
Control panel ......................................................................................................... 28
Water container ..................................................................................................... 28
Condensate container ........................................................................................... 28
Grease filter ........................................................................................................... 28
Food probe ............................................................................................................ 28
Temperature / Core temperature ........................................................................... 28
Moisture ................................................................................................................ 29
Duration ................................................................................................................. 29
Noises.................................................................................................................... 29
Heating-up phase.................................................................................................. 30
Cooking phase ...................................................................................................... 30
Steam reduction .................................................................................................... 30
Oven interior lighting ............................................................................................. 30
Using for the first time ........................................................................................ 31
General settings .................................................................................................... 31
Cleaning for the first time ...................................................................................... 32
Set the water hardness level ................................................................................. 33
Set the correct boiling point for water................................................................... 34
Heating up the appliance ...................................................................................... 34
Main and sub-menus .......................................................................................... 35
Operation: Steam cooking.................................................................................. 38
Simple operation ................................................................................................... 38
Interrupting operation............................................................................................ 40
Advanced operation .............................................................................................. 41
Switching on and off automatically .................................................................. 41
Sequence of an automatic programme............................................................ 42
Changing settings during a programme........................................................... 42
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Cancelling cooking ................................................................................................ 43
Operation: Combination cooking mode ............................................................ 44
Simple operation ................................................................................................... 45
Interrupting operation............................................................................................ 47
Advanced operation .............................................................................................. 48
Switching on and off automatically .................................................................. 48
Sequence of an automatic programme............................................................ 49
Changing settings during a programme........................................................... 49
Cancelling cooking ................................................................................................ 49
Operation: Functions without steam ................................................................. 50
Simple operation ................................................................................................... 51
Interrupting operation............................................................................................ 52
Advanced operation .............................................................................................. 53
Switching off automatically .............................................................................. 54
Switching on and off automatically .................................................................. 54
Sequence of an automatic programme............................................................ 55
Rapid heat-up................................................................................................... 55
Changing the function ...................................................................................... 56
Changing settings during a programme........................................................... 56
Cancelling cooking ................................................................................................ 57
MyMiele ................................................................................................................ 58
To add an entry...................................................................................................... 58
To edit MyMiele ..................................................................................................... 59
Delete entries ................................................................................................... 59
To sort entries................................................................................................... 59
Automatic programmes ...................................................................................... 60
List of food types................................................................................................... 60
To use an Automatic programme .......................................................................... 61
Search ................................................................................................................... 62
User programmes................................................................................................ 63
To create a User programme................................................................................. 63
To start a User programme.................................................................................... 64
To change a User programme ............................................................................... 65
Changing cooking stages................................................................................. 65
Changing the name .......................................................................................... 65
To delete a User programme ................................................................................. 65
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Minute minder + Alarm ....................................................................................... 66
Using the alarm ................................................................................................. 66
Setting the alarm .............................................................................................. 66
Changing an alarm ........................................................................................... 66
Deleting an alarm ............................................................................................. 66
Using the minute minder ................................................................................... 67
To set the minute minder.................................................................................. 67
To change the duration..................................................................................... 67
To cancel the duration ...................................................................................... 67
General notes....................................................................................................... 68
The advantages of cooking with steam ................................................................ 68
Suitable containers................................................................................................ 68
Cooking containers .......................................................................................... 68
Your own containers......................................................................................... 68
Shelf level .............................................................................................................. 69
Frozen food............................................................................................................ 69
Temperature .......................................................................................................... 69
Duration ................................................................................................................. 69
Cooking with liquid................................................................................................ 69
Your own recipes - steam cooking........................................................................ 69
Combi rack / Universal tray ................................................................................... 70
Steam cooking..................................................................................................... 71
Vegetables............................................................................................................. 71
Meat ...................................................................................................................... 74
Sausages............................................................................................................... 76
Fish........................................................................................................................ 76
Shellfish ................................................................................................................. 79
Mussels ................................................................................................................. 80
Rice ....................................................................................................................... 81
Pasta .................................................................................................................... 82
Dumplings ............................................................................................................. 83
Grain ...................................................................................................................... 84
Dried pulses .......................................................................................................... 85
Hen's eggs ........................................................................................................... 87
Fruit ....................................................................................................................... 88
Menu cooking (cooking whole meals) - manually ................................................. 89
Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking .............................................................................. 91
Reheating .............................................................................................................. 97
Special applications ............................................................................................ 99
Reheat ................................................................................................................... 99
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Defrost.................................................................................................................
Bottling ................................................................................................................
Bottling cakes......................................................................................................
Extracting juice with steam .................................................................................
Menu cooking (cooking whole meals) .................................................................
Drying food..........................................................................................................
Make yoghurt ......................................................................................................
Prove dough ........................................................................................................
Dissolve gelatine .................................................................................................
Melt chocolate.....................................................................................................
Skinning vegetables and fruit ..............................................................................
Apple storage .....................................................................................................
Blanching.............................................................................................................
Sweat onions.......................................................................................................
Cook bacon.........................................................................................................
Disinfect items ....................................................................................................
Heating damp flannels ........................................................................................
Decrystallise honey .............................................................................................
Pizza ....................................................................................................................
Making eierstich ..................................................................................................
Making preserves ................................................................................................
Sabbath programme ...........................................................................................
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Food probe ......................................................................................................... 121
Roasting ............................................................................................................. 125
Baking................................................................................................................. 133
Grilling ................................................................................................................ 140
Settings .............................................................................................................. 143
Open the "Settings" menu .................................................................................. 143
Changing and saving settings ........................................................................ 143
Settings overview ................................................................................................ 144
Language  ......................................................................................................... 146
Time of day.......................................................................................................... 146
Display............................................................................................................ 146
Clock display.................................................................................................. 146
Clock format................................................................................................... 146
Setting the time .............................................................................................. 146
Synchronise.................................................................................................... 146
Date ..................................................................................................................... 147
Lighting................................................................................................................ 147
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Start screen ......................................................................................................... 147
Brightness ........................................................................................................... 147
Volume................................................................................................................. 147
Buzzer tones................................................................................................... 147
Keypad tone ................................................................................................... 147
Welcome melody............................................................................................ 147
Units .................................................................................................................... 148
Weight ............................................................................................................ 148
Temperature ................................................................................................... 148
Keeping warm ..................................................................................................... 148
Steam reduction .................................................................................................. 149
Recommended temperatures.............................................................................. 149
Safety .................................................................................................................. 149
System lock  ............................................................................................... 149
Sensor lock .................................................................................................... 150
Water hardness ................................................................................................... 150
Showroom programme........................................................................................ 151
Demo mode.................................................................................................... 151
Factory default..................................................................................................... 151
Note for test institutes ...................................................................................... 152
Cleaning and care ............................................................................................. 154
Important information on cleaning and care ....................................................... 154
Appliance front .................................................................................................... 155
PerfectClean ........................................................................................................ 156
Oven interior ........................................................................................................ 157
Water container and condensate container ........................................................ 159
Accessories ......................................................................................................... 159
Side runners ........................................................................................................ 160
Maintenance........................................................................................................ 161
Soak ............................................................................................................... 161
Drying ............................................................................................................. 161
Rinsing............................................................................................................ 161
Descaling........................................................................................................ 161
Door..................................................................................................................... 163
Problem solving guide ...................................................................................... 165
Optional accessories ........................................................................................ 170
Cooking containers ............................................................................................. 170
Cleaning and care products ................................................................................ 172
Miscellaneous...................................................................................................... 173
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Miele@home....................................................................................................... 175
Safety instructions for installation................................................................... 177
Detailed dimensions of oven front................................................................... 178
Building-in dimensions .................................................................................... 180
Installation in a tall unit........................................................................................ 180
Installation in a base unit..................................................................................... 182
Installation.......................................................................................................... 184
Electrical connection ........................................................................................ 185
Wiring diagram .................................................................................................... 186
After sales service, data plate, guarantee ...................................................... 187
Copyright and licences ..................................................................................... 188
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Warning and Safety instructions
The steam combination oven is referred to in the following instructions as a
steam oven.
This appliance complies with statutory safety requirements. Inappropriate use can, however, lead to personal injury and damage to
property.
To avoid the risk of accidents and damage to the appliance,
please read these instructions carefully before using it for the first
time. They contain important notes on installation, safety, use and
maintenance.
Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance
with these instructions.
Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure that new users
are familiar with the contents. Pass them on to any future owner.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Correct application
 This steam oven is intended for use in domestic households and
similar working and residential environments.
 This steam oven is not intended for outdoor use.
 This steam oven is intended for domestic use only as described in
these operating instructions.
Any other usage is not supported by the manufacturer and could be
dangerous.
 The steam oven can only be used by people with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, if they are supervised whilst using it, or have been shown how
to use it in a safe way and recognise and understand the consequences of incorrect operation.
 This steam oven is supplied with a special lamp to cope with particular conditions (e.g. temperature, moisture, chemical resistance,
abrasion resistance and vibration). This special lamp must only be
used for the purpose it is intended for. It is not suitable for room
lighting. Replacement lamps may only be fitted by a Miele authorised
person or by Miele Service.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Safety with children
 Activate the system lock to ensure that children cannot switch on
the steam oven inadvertently.
 Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the appliance unless they are constantly supervised.
 Children 8 years and older may only use the steam oven unsupervised if they have been shown how to use it safely and recognise
and understand the consequences of incorrect operation.
 Children must not be allowed to clean the steam oven unsupervised.
 Please supervise children in the vicinity of the steam oven and do
not let them play with it.
 Danger of suffocation. Packaging, e.g. plastic wrappings, must be
kept out of the reach of babies and children. Whilst playing, children
could become entangled in packaging or pull it over their head and
suffocate.
 Danger of burning. Children's skin is far more sensitive to high
temperatures than that of adults. The door glass, the control panel
and the ventilation outlet above the oven door all get hot. Make sure
that children do not touch the steam oven or attempt to open the
door when it is in operation. Keep children well away from the appliance until it has cooled down and there is no danger of burning.
 Danger of injury. The door can support a maximum weight of
10 kg.
Do not let children sit on the door, lean against it or swing on it. They
could injure themselves.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Technical safety
 Unauthorised installation, maintenance and repairs can cause
considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance and repairs must only be carried out by a Miele authorised technician.
 Never use a damaged steam oven. It could be dangerous. Check
it for visible signs of damage before using it.
 Reliable and safe operation of this steam oven can only be assured if it has been connected to the mains electricity supply.
 The electrical safety of this appliance can only be guaranteed
when correctly earthed. It is essential that this standard safety requirement is met. If in any doubt please have the electrical installation tested by a qualified electrician.
 Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply, ensure that
the connection data on the data plate (voltage and frequency) match
the mains electricity supply.
This data must correspond in order to avoid the risk of damage to
the appliance. Consult a qualified electrician if in any doubt.
 Do not connect the steam oven to the mains electricity supply by
a multi-socket adapter or an extension lead. These do not guarantee
the required safety of the appliance (fire hazard).
 For safety reasons, this steam oven may only be used when it has
been built in. This is necessary to ensure that all electrical components are shielded.
 This steam oven must not be used in a non-stationary location
(e.g. on a ship).
 Never open the casing of the appliance. Tampering with electrical
connections or components and mechanical parts is highly dangerous to the user and can cause operational faults.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 While the appliance is under guarantee, repairs should only be undertaken by a Miele authorised service technician. Otherwise the
guarantee is invalidated.
 Miele can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when genuine original Miele replacement parts are used. Faulty components
must only be replaced by Miele spare parts.
 If the plug is removed from the connection cable or if the cable is
supplied without a plug, the appliance must be connected to the
electrical supply by a suitably qualified electrician.
 If the connection cable is damaged, it must be replaced by a suitably qualified electrician with a special connection cable of type H
05 VV-F (pvc insulated). See "Electrical connection".
 During installation, maintenance and repair work, the appliance
must be disconnected from the mains electricity supply.
 If the steam oven is installed behind a furniture panel (e.g. a door),
ensure that the door is never closed whilst the steam oven is in use.
Heat and moisture can build up behind a closed furniture panel and
cause subsequent damage to the steam oven, the housing unit and
the floor. Do not close the door until the steam oven has cooled
down completely.
 In areas which may be subject to infestation by cockroaches or
other vermin, pay particular attention to keeping the appliance and
its surroundings in a clean condition at all times. Any damage which
may be caused by cockroaches or other vermin will not be covered
by the guarantee.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Correct use
 Danger of burning. The steam oven becomes hot when in use.
You could burn yourself on the heating elements, oven interior,
cooked food, oven accessories or hot steam.
Wear oven gloves when placing food in the oven or removing it and
when adjusting oven shelves etc. in a hot oven.
Take care when putting cooking containers into the oven or removing
them not to spill the contents.
 Do not use the steam oven to heat up or bottle food in sealed jars
and tins.
Pressure will build up inside them and they can explode causing
damage to the appliance, as well as the risk of injury and scalding.
 Plastic containers which are not suitable for use in an oven melt at
high temperatures and can damage the steam oven or catch fire.
Only use plastic containers which are declared by the manufacturer
as being suitable for use in an oven. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on use. If you want to use plastic containers for steaming
food make sure that they are temperature resistant to 100 °C and
steam resistant. Any other plastic containers could melt, become
brittle or break when subjected to heat.
 Food which is left in the oven to be kept hot can dry out and the
moisture released can lead to corrosion damage in the appliance. Do
not use the steam oven for keeping food warm and do not use
utensils in the appliance which could corrode.
 You could injure yourself on the open steam oven door or trip over
it. Avoid leaving the door open unnecessarily.
 The door can support a maximum weight of 10 kg. Do not sit on
or lean against an open door, and do not place heavy objects on it.
Also make sure that nothing can get trapped between the door and
the oven cavity. The steam oven could get damaged.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 Oil and fat can ignite if overheated. Never leave the steam oven
unattended when cooking with oil and fat.
If it does ignite do not put the flames out with water. Switch the
steam oven off immediately and then suffocate the flames by keeping the oven door closed.
 Due to the high temperatures radiated, objects left near the steam
oven when it is in use could catch fire.
Do not use the steam oven to heat up the room.
 Grilling food for an excessively long time can cause it to dry out
with the risk of catching fire.
Do not exceed recommended grilling times.
 Some types of food dry out quickly and can self-ignite if high grill
temperatures are used.
Never use the grill to finish baking part-cooked rolls or bread or to
dry flowers or herbs. Use Fan plus  or Conventional heat  for
this type of procedure.
 To avoid fuelling any flames, do not open the oven door if smoke
occurs inside the appliance. Interrupt the process by switching the
appliance off and disconnect it from the mains electricity supply. Do
not open the door until the smoke has dispersed.
 If using alcohol in your recipes, please be aware that high temperatures can cause the alcohol to vaporise. The vapour can catch fire
on hot heating elements.
 Never cover the floor of the oven with aluminium foil, or place
oven dishes, pans, saucepans or trays directly onto the floor of the
oven.
 Never use the oven without the filter in the bottom of the oven in
place. It will prevent coarse food residues from blocking the drainage
system and the pump.
 To prevent the risk of damage do not leave the food probe in the
oven when it is not being used.
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Warning and Safety instructions
 When using a small electrical appliance, e.g. a hand-held blender,
near the steam oven, care should be taken that the cable of the appliance cannot get trapped by the steam oven door. The insulation
on the cable could become damaged, giving rise to an electric shock
hazard.
 Do not operate the steam oven without the lamp cover. Steam
could could reach electrical components and cause a short circuit.
Steam could also damage the electrical components.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Cleaning and care
 Do not use a steam cleaning appliance to clean this appliance.
The steam could reach electrical components and cause a short circuit.
 Scratches on the door glass can result in the glass breaking. Do
not use abrasive cleaners, hard sponges, brushes or sharp metal
tools to clean the door glass.
 The side runners can be removed for cleaning purposes (see
"Cleaning and care").
Ensure that they are replaced correctly and do not use the oven
without them fitted.
 Try to avoid the interior walls being splashed with food or liquids
containing salt. If it does happen, wipe these away thoroughly to
avoid corrosion to stainless steel surfaces inside the cabinet.
Accessories
 Only use genuine original Miele accessories and spare parts with
this appliance. Using accessories or spare parts from other manufacturers will invalidate the guarantee, and Miele cannot accept liability.
 Only use the Miele food probe supplied with this oven. If it is
faulty, it must only be replaced with a suitable original Miele food
probe.
 The plastic on the food probe can melt at very high temperatures.
Do not use the food probe when using the grill functions (exception:
Fan Grill ). Do not store the food probe in the oven if it is not in
use.
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Caring for the environment
Disposal of the packing material
Disposing of your old appliance
The packaging is designed to protect
the appliance from damage during
transportation. The packaging materials
used are selected from materials which
are environmentally friendly for disposal
and should be recycled.
Electrical and electronic appliances often contain valuable materials. They
also contain specific materials, compounds and components, which were
essential for their correct function and
safety. These could be hazardous to human health and to the environment if
disposed of with your domestic waste
or if handled incorrectly. Please do not,
therefore, dispose of your old appliance
with your household waste.
Recycling the packaging reduces the
use of raw materials in the manufacturing process and also reduces the
amount of waste in landfill sites.
Please dispose of it at your local community waste collection / recycling
centre for electrical and electronic appliances, or contact your dealer or
Miele for advice. You are also responsible by law for deleting any personal
data that may be stored on the appliance being disposed of. Please ensure
that your old appliance poses no risk to
children while being stored prior to disposal.
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Guide to the appliance
Steam oven front view
a Controls
g Grease filter
b Ventilation outlet
h Drip channel
c Door seal
i Drain
d Moisture sensor
j Oven interior lighting
e Temperature sensor
k Wireless food probe antenna
f Side runners with 4 shelf levels
l Top heat/grill element
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Guide to the appliance
m Condensate container compartment
n Water container
o Wireless food probe holder
p Compartment for water container
q Condensate container
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Guide to the appliance
Accessories supplied
Universal tray
The accessories supplied with your appliance as well as a range of optional
ones are available to order from Miele
(see "Optional accessories").
DGG 20
1 universal tray for baking, roasting and
grilling
Combi rack
1 solid cooking container
Gross capacity 2.4 l / Usable capacity 1.8 l
450 x 190 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
DGGL 20
1 perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 2.4 litres / Usable capacity 1.8 litres
450 x 190 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
1 combi rack for baking, roasting and
grilling
Food probe
1 food probe for precise temperature
controlled cooking. The food probe
monitors the inner temperature of the
meat (core temperature).
DGCLean
DGGL 12
1 perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 5.4 litres / Usable capacity 3.3 litres
450 x 390 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
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Special cleaning agent for removing
stubborn soiling from the oven interior,
particularly after roasting.
Descaling tablets
For descaling the appliance
Guide to the appliance
FlexiClip telescopic runners HFC 71
1 pair of FlexiClip telescopic runners
The FlexiClip telescopic runners can be
clipped into any of the existing shelf
runners and pulled out of the oven to
their fullest extent.
FlexiClip runners are supplied with
their own instructions on how to install and look after them.
Miele steam combination oven cookbook
A selection of the best recipes from the
Miele test kitchen.
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Controls
a Recessed On/Off button 
For switching on and off
b Display
Shows the time of day and user information in addition to selection of applications and setting various parameters
c  sensor
For setting the minute minder and/or alarm
d  sensor
For switching the oven interior lighting on and off
e  sensor
For opening/closing the control panel
f  sensor
To go back one step at a time
g Optical interface
(for Miele service technician use only)
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Controls
Sensor controls
The sensors react to touch. Each touch is confirmed with a keypad tone. This
keypad tone can be switched off (see "Settings – Volume – Keypad tone").
Sensor Function

To go back a step

For opening and
closing the control
panel

For switching the
oven interior lighting on and off
Notes
If a menu is showing in the display or if a cooking
process is running, touching  will switch the
oven interior lighting on or off.
If the display is dark, this sensor will not react until
the steam oven is switched on.
The oven interior lighting switches off after
15 seconds during a cooking process or remains
constantly switched on, depending on the setting
selected.

For setting the
minute minder /
alarm
If a menu is showing in the display or if a cooking
process is running, you can enter a minute minder
duration (e.g. when boiling eggs on the hob) or set
an alarm, i.e. a specific time, at any point (see
"Alarm and minute minder").
If the display is dark, this sensor will not react until
the steam oven is switched on.
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Controls
Touch display
Make sure that water cannot get behind the display.
The display can be scratched by pointed or sharp objects, e.g. pens.
Only touch the touch display with your finger tips.
Touching the display with your finger creates a tiny charge which releases an electrical impulse. This impulse is recognised by the touch display.
The display is split into three sections.
Main menu
12:00



Oven functions
Automatic
Special
programmes
applications

MyMiele
User
program
The menu path appears at the top left and shows you which menu or sub menu
you are in. Options within a menu are separated by a vertical line. If there is not
enough space to show the whole path, additional options are indicated by … .
The time of day, alarm  and minute minder  are shown at the top right hand
side of the display.
The middle section shows the current menu and options. You can scroll to the
right or left by swiping your finger across the display.
The  and  arrow sensors at the bottom are used for scrolling to the left or right.
The number of small squares between the arrows indicates the number of pages
available and your position within the current menu.
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Controls
Symbols
The following symbols may appear in the display:
Symbol





…

//
Explanation
Some settings, e.g. display brightness and buzzer volume are selected using a bar chart.
This symbol indicates that there is additional information and advice about using the oven. Select OK to access the information.
The system lock or sensor lock is on (see "Settings - Safety").
The oven cannot be used.
Alarm
Minute minder
This indicates that there are more options available, which are
not visible because there is not enough space in the display.
Core temperature when using the food probe
Water level indicator
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Controls
Operation
Each time you touch a possible option the relevant field lights up orange.
To select or open a menu
 Touch the field you want once with your finger.
Scrolling
You can scroll left or right.
 Swipe the screen, i.e. place your finger on the touch display and swipe it in the
direction you want.
 Or: touch the  or  arrows to scroll from left to right.
Exiting a menu
 Touch  or touch an option in the menu or touch … .
Depending on which menu you are in, this will take you back a level or back to the
main menu.
Help function
The Help field appears with some functions and options.
 Touch the field.
Helpful information will then appear in text and pictures.
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Controls
Entering numbers
You can enter numbers by swiping and touching the roller or via the numerical
keypad.
To enter numbers using the roller:
 Swipe the roller up or down to select the number you want.
To enter numbers using the numerical keypad:
 Touch  in the bottom right of the input field.
The numerical keypad will appear.
 Touch the numbers you want.
Once you have entered an accepted value the OK sensor will light up green.
The last input figure can be deleted using the arrow.
 Touch OK.
Entering letters
You can enter short names for your own user programmes using a keyboard.
 Touch the letters or characters you want.
 Touch Save.
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Description of functions
Control panel
Grease filter
The water container and food probe are
located behind the control panel. The
 sensor is used for opening and closing the control panel. The panel is fitted
with a device which will automatically
stop it moving if it meets an obstruction
whilst opening or closing. Do not touch
the door handle whilst the panel is
opening or closing!
Fit the grease filter in the back wall for
all roasting programmes.
It should be removed when using steam
programmes.
It must also be removed when baking,
as otherwise results can be uneven.
(Exception: fit the grease filter in the
back wall when baking open deep fresh
fruit flans, e.g. plum or damson or pizza
with lots of topping).
Water container
The maximum water level is 1.4 litres,
the minimum 1.0 litre. These levels are
indicated on the container. Do not exceed the maximum level.
The amount of water used will depend
on the type of food and the duration of
cooking. Water will sometimes need to
be replenished during the cooking programme. Water consumption is increased if the door is opened during
cooking.
Fill the water container to the maximum
level before each use.
Condensate container
Condensate that collects in the appliance from cooking is pumped into the
condensate container. The container
has a maximum capacity of 1.4 litres.
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Food probe
The food probe measures the core temperature in the food, enabling the temperature during the cooking process to
be monitored simply and accurately.
Temperature / Core temperature
Some functions have a default recommended temperature. This recommended temperature can be altered within
the given range for the programme or
programme stage in use, or for every
time that programme is used (see "Settings - Recommended temperatures").
The core temperature can also be
changed within a given range for an individual cooking process or cooking
stage.
Description of functions
Moisture
Duration
The Combi mode  mode and Reheat
functions use a combination of oven
heat and moisture. You can alter the
moisture/humidity level within a given
range for an individual cooking programme or a cooking stage.
Depending on the function, you can set
a cooking duration of between 1 minute
and 6, 10 or 12 hours.
The duration of the Automatic, Maintenance and Menu cooking programmes is
set at the factory and cannot be altered.
Depending on the moisture setting for
the programme, either moisture or fresh
air is injected into the oven. If the moisture level is set to 0 %, the maximum
amount of air will be injected and no
moisture. If the moisture level is set
to 100 %, air will not be injected into
the oven and the maximum amount of
moisture will be injected.
With Steam cooking  and functions
and programmes that use steam alone,
the set cooking duration does not start
to count down until the set temperature
has been reached. It begins immediately with all other functions and programmes.
Some food gives off moisture during
the cooking process. This moisture
from the food also controls the amount
of moisture needed. If the required
amount of moisture is very low and the
food already contains a lot of water the
steam generator may not be activated
at all.
You will hear a pumping sound when
the appliance is switched on, during
use and after switching it off. This is the
sound of water being pumped through
the system and is quite normal.
Noises
When the steam oven is in use, you will
hear a fan noise.
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Description of functions
Heating-up phase
Oven interior lighting
During the heating-up phase the display
will show the temperature in the cooking compartment as it rises and Heat-up
phase in all programmes except for
Automatic programmes, Menu cooking and
Maintenance.
For energy saving reasons, the oven
compartment lighting has been set at
the factory to go out after the programme has begun.
When cooking with steam, the duration
of the heating-up phase will depend on
the quantity and the temperature of the
food. In general the heating-up phase
will last for approx. 7 minutes. The duration will be longer if you are cooking
refrigerated or frozen food.
Cooking phase
The cooking phase begins when the set
temperature is reached. During the
cooking phase, the duration remaining
will be shown in the display.
Steam reduction
With steam cooking and combi cooking, the steam reduction function will
switch on automatically at the end of a
cooking programme which uses a temperature within a certain temperature
range. This reduces the amount of
steam which escapes when the door is
opened. Steam reduction will appear in
the display in addition to Process finished.
This function can be switched off if you
wish (see "Settings - Steam reduction").
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If you want it to stay on all the time the
oven is on you will need to alter the default setting (see "Settings - Lighting").
If the door is left open at the end of a
cooking programme the oven lighting
will switch off automatically after 5
minutes.
The lighting radiates heat. It will switch
itself off automatically when you are
cooking with a temperature below 50
°C.
If the  sensor on the control panel is
touched, the oven compartment lighting
will come on for 15 seconds.
Using for the first time
General settings
 The steam oven must not be operated until it has been correctly installed in its housing unit.
The steam oven will switch on automatically when it is connected to the
electricity supply.
Welcome screen
A welcome greeting is displayed. You
will then be asked to select some basic
settings which are needed before the
appliance can be used.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
Set the language
Set the date
Numbers can be entered by swiping the
roller or by using the numerical keypad.
 Set the day, month and year.
 Confirm with OK.
Set the time of day
Numbers can be entered by swiping the
roller or by using the numerical keypad.
 Set the time of day in hours and
minutes.
 Confirm with OK.
The time of day can be displayed in 12
hour format (see "Settings - Time of
day - Clock format").
 Select the language you want.
 Confirm with OK.
Select the country
 Select the country you want.
 Confirm with OK.
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Using for the first time
Time of day display
You will then be asked how you want
the time of day to show in the display
when the steam oven is switched off
(see "Settings - Time of day - Display"):
–
 Please stick the extra data plate for
the appliance supplied with this documentation in the space provided in
the "After sales service, data plate,
guarantee" section of this booklet.
 Remove any protective wrapping and
stickers.
On
The time always shows in the display.
–
Off
The display appears dark to save energy. Some functions are limited.
–
Night dimming
The time only shows in the display
between 5:00 and 23:00. It switches
off at night to save energy.
 Select the option you want.
The appliance has undergone a function test in the factory. Residual water
from this testing may have trickled
back into the cabinet during transportation.
Cleaning for the first time
Water container and condensate
container
 Confirm with OK.
 Danger
Some information about energy consumption will appear in the display.
Do not touch the door handle when
opening the control panel. You could
trap your fingers.
 Confirm with OK.
Set-up successfully completed
will appear.
 Confirm with OK.
The steam oven is ready for use.
If you have selected the wrong language by mistake proceed as described in "Settings - Language ".
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 Touch  to open the control panel.
 Remove the water container and condensate container. Push upwards
slightly as you take them out of the
appliance.
 Rinse the water container / condensate container by hand or in the dishwasher.
Using for the first time
Accessories / Oven interior
Set the water hardness level
 Take all accessories out of the oven.
The steam oven is set ex-works for Hard
water. It must be adjusted to local water
hardness to ensure trouble-free operation and to ensure that descaling is carried out at the correct interval. The
harder the water, the more often it will
need to be descaled.
 Wash the stainless steel cooking containers in a mild solution of washingup liquid and hot water or in the dishwasher.
Risk of damage to the surfaces of
the universal tray and the combi
rack.
The universal tray and combi rack
are treated with PerfectClean and
must only be cleaned by hand.
See "Cleaning and care PerfectClean" for more information.
 Check the hardness of your local water supply and adjust the water hardness as necessary (see "Settings Water hardness").
 Clean the universal tray and the
combi rack with a clean sponge and
a solution of hot water and washingup liquid.
The interior of the steam oven has
been treated at the factory with a conditioning agent.
 To remove this, clean the oven interior with a mild solution of washingup liquid and hot water.
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Using for the first time
Set the correct boiling point for
water
Before cooking food for the first time,
you must set the boiling point for water,
as this varies depending on the altitude
the appliance is located at. This procedure also flushes out the waterways.
This procedure must be carried out
to ensure efficient functioning of your
appliance.
Only use cold mains tap water
(less than 20 °C). Never use distilled
or mineral water or other liquids.
 Remove the water container and fill it
up to the maximum marker.
 Push the water container into the appliance until it connects.
 Run the Steam cooking  programme at 100 °C for 15 minutes.
Proceed as described in "Steam
cooking: Operation".
Set the correct boiling point for water
following a house move
If you move house, the appliance will
need to be re-set for the new altitude if
this differs from the old one by 300 m or
more. To do this, descale the appliance
(see "Cleaning and care / Maintenance /
Descaling").
Heating up the appliance
 To remove the grease from the ring
heating element, heat the appliance
up with nothing in it at 200 °C using
the Fan plus  function for 30
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minutes.
Proceed as described in "Operation:
Functions without steam".
There will be a slight smell the first
time the heating element is heated up.
The smell and any vapours will dissipate after a short time, and do not indicate a faulty connection or appliance.
It is important to ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated during this operation.
Main and sub-menus
Recommended temperature/
Setting
Temperature
range
Fan plus

For baking on several levels
160 °C
30–225 °C
Conventional heat
180 °C
30–225 °C
170 °C
30–225 °C
180 °C
30–225 °C

Level 3
Level 1-3
Steam cooking 
100 °C
40–100 °C
65 °C
45–90 °C
Intensive bake

For cooking dishes which require a moist
topping and a crisp base
180 °C
50–225 °C
Bottom heat

Use this setting towards the end of baking,
to brown the base of a cake, quiche or
pizza.
190 °C
100–225 °C
Top heat
190 °C
100–225 °C
Oven functions 

For baking traditional recipes, e.g. rich fruit
cake and soufflés
Combi mode

For baking, roasting and grilling
Fan plus

Conventional heat
Full grill

Suitable for all types of food, bottling,
juicing and special applications
Sous-vide 
For cooking food in a vacuum sealing bag

Use this setting towards the end of baking
to brown the top of bakes, gratins etc.
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Main and sub-menus
Recommended temperature/
Setting
Temperature
range
Full grill

For grilling thin cuts in large quantities and
for browning large baked dishes
Level 3
Level 1-3
Economy grill

For grilling thin cuts in small quantities and
for browning small baked dishes
Level 3
Level 1-3
Fan grill

For grilling thicker items, e.g. rolled meat,
poultry pieces.
200 °C
50–225 °C
Cake plus

For creamed mixtures, choux pastry (e.g.
eclairs) and frozen pretzels.
160 °C
30–225 °C
Gentle bake
160 °C
30–225 °C
Oven functions 

For cooking sweet and succulent bakes and
gratins
Automatic programmes 
This option will bring up a list of all Automatic programmes available on this oven
Special applications 
Menu cooking
–
–
180 °C
180–225 °C
60 °C
50–60 °C
130 °C
120–140 °C
–
–
For cooking different types of food at the
same time
Pizza
Defrost
For gentle defrosting of frozen food
Reheat
For gentle reheating of cooked food
Blanching
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Main and sub-menus
Recommended temperature/
Setting
Temperature
range
90 °C
80–100 °C
–
–
60 °C
60–70 °C
–
–
180 °C
30–225 °C
Special applications 
Bottling
Disinfect items
Drying
Prove dough
Sabbath programme
MyMiele 
MyMiele can be used to personalise your steam oven by inputting frequently
used processes.
User programmes 
You can save your own cooking processes with this option
Settings 
For changing default settings
Maintenance 
Descale
–
–
Soak
–
–
Drying
–
–
Rinse
–
–
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Operation: Steam cooking
A malfunction can occur if the drain
is blocked.
Before each cooking programme ensure that the filter in the bottom of
the cooking compartment is correctly
fitted. Otherwise coarse soiling could
get into the drainage system and
cause a blockage.
Simple operation
 Switch the steam oven on using .
The main menu appears in the display.
Only use cold mains tap water
(less than 20 °C). Never use distilled
or mineral water or other liquids.
 Fill the water container and push it
back in so that it connects.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select Oven functions .
 Select Steam cooking .
The following will appear in the display:
–
Temperature
–
Duration
 Change the recommended temperature if necessary.
 Set the cooking duration. Any time
between 1 minute and 10 hours can
be set.
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After the cooking duration has been set
the following also appears in the display
–
Ready at
–
Start at
–
Open further settings
(see "Advanced operation - Changing
the function").
 Set further settings as necessary (see
"Advanced operation")
 Confirm with OK.
The cooking process begins. The steam
generator, lighting and fan switch on.
Operation: Steam cooking
At the end of the cooking duration
After use
–
 Remove and empty the water container and condensate container.
Push upwards slightly as you take
them out of the appliance.
Steam reduction (only with temperatures over approx. 80 °C) and Process
finished will appear in the display,
– the fan remains switched on,
– a buzzer will sound if the buzzer is
switched on (see "Settings – Volume
– Buzzer tones").
You have the option of saving your
settings as a User programme (see
"User programmes") or increasing the
cooking duration via Change. Touch 
twice to go to the main menu.
 Switch the steam oven off using .
Following a cooking programme with
steam Appliance rinsing will appear in the
display after the steam oven has been
switched off.
This process should be carried out
every time to flush any remaining
food deposits out of the system.
 Danger of burning.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
You could burn yourself on the oven
interior walls, spilled food and accessories.
Use oven gloves when removing hot
food from the oven.
 After each use, clean and dry the
whole appliance as described in
"Cleaning and care".
 Wait until Steam reduction goes out in
the display before opening the door
and removing the food.
 Leave the appliance door open until
the oven interior is completely dry.
Insufficient water
If water needs replenishing during the
programme a tone will sound and a reminder to refill the container will appear
in the display.
 Remove the water container and fill it
with fresh tap water.
 Push the water container into the appliance until it connects.
Operation will continue.
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Operation: Steam cooking
Interrupting operation
Operation is interrupted as soon as the
door is opened. The heating will switch
off and the cooking duration remaining
stored in memory.
 Danger of burning.
Steam can escape when the door is
opened.
Step back and wait until the steam
has dissipated.
 Danger of burning.
You could burn yourself on the oven
interior walls, spilled food and hot
steam.
Wear oven gloves when placing food
in the oven or removing it and when
adjusting oven shelves etc. in a hot
oven
Operation will resume when the door is
closed.
The oven will heat up again and the display will show the temperature of the
cooking compartment as it rises.
Once the set temperature has been
reached, the display will change to
show the cooking duration remaining as
it counts down.
The cooking programme will finish
early if the door is opened in the last
minute of cooking time (55 seconds
duration remaining).
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Operation: Steam cooking
Advanced operation
Setting further durations
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a temperature and a duration.
You can set the programme to switch
on and off automatically by setting
Ready at or Start at.
–
Ready at
You specify the time you want cooking to stop.
–
Start at
You specify the time you want cooking to start.
Cooking results can be impaired if
there is a long delay between the
food being placed in the oven and
the start of cooking. Fresh food can
change colour and even deteriorate.
If the temperature in the oven is too
high, e.g. just after another programme, you will not be able to use
this function. Ready at / Start at will not
appear in the display if this is the
case. Open the oven door until the appliance has cooled down.
Switching on and off automatically
To switch a cooking programme on and
off automatically you have a choice of
how to enter the time parameters:
–
Duration
and Ready at
–
Duration
and Start at
Example: it is 11:45. The food takes
5 minutes to cook and should be ready
at 12:30.
 Set a time of 00:05 in the Duration
field.
 Set a time of 12:30 in the Ready at
field.
 Confirm with OK.
is calculated automatically. The
cooking duration entered is added to
the heating-up time calculated by the
steam oven.
Start at
12:18 appears in the display.
The cooking process will start automatically at this time.
Start at
A Ready at time cannot be entered if
you are using the food probe. When
using the food probe, the end of the
cooking duration is determined by
when the set core temperature is
reached. Only Start later can be selected.
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Operation: Steam cooking
Sequence of an automatic programme
Changing settings during a programme
Up until the start time the function, the
selected temperature, cooking duration
(time left), Start at and the start time will
appear in the display.
 Select Change.
–
Temperature
After the start time you can see the
temperature increasing in the display
during the heat-up phase until the set
temperature is reached. Once this temperature is reached a buzzer will sound,
if this option has been switched on (see
"Settings – Volume – Buzzer tones").
–
Duration
–
Ready at
–
Start at
After the heating-up phase you can
follow the time counting down in the
display. The last minute counts down in
seconds.
At the end of the cooking duration
the steam generator will switch off. A
buzzer will sound if this option has been
switched on (see "Settings – Volume –
Buzzer tones").
Steam reduction (for temperatures over
approx. 80 °C) and Process finished will
appear in the display.
You have the option of saving your
settings as a User programme (see
"User programmes") or increasing the
cooking duration via Change. Touch 
twice to go to the main menu.
The following will appear in the display:
If the temperature in the oven is too
high Ready at and Start at are not displayed.
–
Open further settings
The function can be changed by selecting Open further settings.
Changing the temperature
 Change the temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
The programme will restart with the new
temperature.
You can permanently reset the recommended temperature to suit your personal cooking preferences. (See "Settings - Recommended temperatures").
Changing the cooking duration
 Change the duration.
 Confirm with OK.
The programme will restart with the new
duration.
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Operation: Steam cooking
Deleting a finish time
Cancelling cooking
 Set the time to "----" in the Ready at
field.
 Touch  twice.
 Confirm with OK.
The finish time is now deleted.
The programme will start using the duration set.
Cancel cooking?
appears in the display.
 Select Yes.
The main menu will appear. Any cooking durations set will be deleted.
Changing the function
 Select Open further settings.
 Select Change function.
 Select the function you want.
The new function will appear in the display together with its recommended
temperature.
 Change the temperature if necessary.
 Set a different cooking duration if necessary.
 Confirm with OK.
The function has been changed.
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Operation: Combination cooking mode
Combi mode 
works by combining
dry heat and steam. You can combine
up to ten cooking stages in a combination mode programme. You can set the
temperature, grill level, moisture level
and duration or core temperature (when
using the food probe) for each cooking
stage.
The cooking programme will be carried
out in the order in which the individual
stages are entered.
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The following functions are available:
–
Fan plus 
–
Conventional heat 
–
Full grill 
The food probe cannot be used with
Full grill .
You cannot cook with a core temperature after a cooking stage using Full
grill 
Operation: Combination cooking mode
A malfunction can occur if the drain
is blocked.
Before each cooking programme ensure that the filter in the bottom of
the cooking compartment is correctly
fitted. Otherwise coarse soiling could
get into the drainage system and
cause a blockage.
Cooking stage 1
Fan plus  /
Conventional heat 
 Select Set the duration.
 Set the temperature, duration and
moisture level.
 Confirm with OK.
Simple operation
or
The following example describes a
cooking programme with 3 cooking
stages.
 Select Set the core temperature.
 Switch the steam oven on using .
 Confirm with OK.
The main menu appears in the display.
A message will appear in the display.
Only use cold mains tap water
(less than 20 °C). Never use distilled
or mineral water or other liquids.
 Fill the water container and push it
back in so that it connects.
 Insert the food probe if required into
the food (see "Food probe").
 Set the temperature, core temperature and moisture level.
 Select Add.
Full grill 
 Set the level, duration and moisture
level.
 Confirm with OK.
A message will appear in the display.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select Add.
 When cooking on the rack, insert the
universal tray underneath it.
Cooking stage 2
 Select Oven functions .
 Select the required settings (see
cooking stage 1).
 Select Combi mode .
 Select the function you want.
 Confirm with OK.
A message will appear in the display.
 Select Add.
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Operation: Combination cooking mode
Cooking stage 3
At the end of the cooking duration
 Select the function you want.
–
 Select the required settings (see
cooking stage 1).
 Confirm with OK.
A message will appear in the display.
 Select Finish.
A summary of your settings will appear
in the display.
 Check the settings and confirm with
OK or select Change to correct the
settings or to add further cooking
stages.
When you touch OK to confirm, the following will appear in the display:
–
Start now
–
Ready at
–
Start at
A Ready at time cannot be entered if
you are using the food probe. When
using the food probe, the end of the
cooking duration is determined by
when the set core temperature is
reached. Only Start later can be selected.
–
Change cooking stages
 If you wish to save your settings as a
User programme select Save and
enter a programme name (see "User
programmes").
 Start the programme immediately or
alter further settings as necessary
(see "Advanced operation").
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(only with temperatures of approx. 80 - 100 °C and 100
% moisture) and Process finished appear in the display,
Steam reduction
– the fan remains switched on,
– a buzzer will sound if the buzzer is
switched on (see "Settings – Volume
– Buzzer tones").
You have the option of saving your
settings as a User programme (see
"User programmes"). Touch  to go
to the main menu.
 Danger of burning.
You could burn yourself on the oven
interior walls, spilled food and accessories.
Use oven gloves when removing hot
food from the oven.
 Wait until Steam reduction goes out in
the display before opening the door
and removing the food.
Operation: Combination cooking mode
After use
Interrupting operation
 Remove and empty the water container and condensate container.
Push upwards slightly as you take
them out of the appliance.
Operation is interrupted as soon as the
door is opened. The heating will switch
off and the cooking duration remaining
stored in memory.
 Switch the steam oven off using .
Following a cooking programme with
steam Appliance rinsing will appear in the
display after the steam oven has been
switched off.
This process should be carried out
every time to flush any remaining
food deposits out of the system.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
 After each use, clean and dry the
whole appliance as described in
"Cleaning and care".
 Leave the appliance door open until
the oven interior is completely dry.
Insufficient water
If water needs replenishing during the
programme a tone will sound and a reminder to refill the container will appear
in the display.
 Remove the water container and fill it
with fresh tap water.
 Push the water container into the appliance until it connects.
Operation will continue.
 Danger of burning.
Steam can escape when the door is
opened.
Step back and wait until the steam
has dissipated.
 Danger of burning.
You could burn yourself on the oven
interior walls, spilled food and hot
steam.
Wear oven gloves when placing food
in the oven or removing it and when
adjusting oven shelves etc. in a hot
oven
Operation will resume when the door is
closed.
The oven will heat up again and the display will show the temperature of the
cooking compartment as it rises. Once
the set temperature has been reached,
the display will change to show the
cooking duration remaining as it counts
down.
For cooking programmes with 100 %
moisture and temperatures up to
100 °C:
The cooking programme will finish
early if the door is opened in the last
minute of cooking time (55 seconds
duration remaining).
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Operation: Combination cooking mode
Advanced operation
Setting further durations
You have placed the food in the oven
and selected the settings for the programme.
You can set the programme to switch
on and off automatically by setting
Ready at or Start at.
–
Ready at
You specify the time you want cooking to stop.
–
Start at
You specify the time you want cooking to start.
Cooking results can be impaired if
there is a long delay between the
food being placed in the oven and
the start of cooking. Fresh food can
change colour and even deteriorate.
If the temperature in the oven is too
high, e.g. just after another programme, you will not be able to use
this function. Ready at / Start at will not
appear in the display if this is the
case. Open the oven door until the appliance has cooled down.
A Ready at time cannot be entered if
you are using the food probe. When
using the food probe, the end of the
cooking duration is determined by
when the set core temperature is
reached. Only Start later can be selected.
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Switching on and off automatically
To switch a cooking programme on and
off automatically you have a choice of
how to enter the time parameters:
–
Duration
and Ready at
–
Duration
and Start at
Example: it is 11:45. The food takes 5
minutes to cook and should be ready at
12:30.
 Enter a cooking duration of 5 minutes
for the 1st cooking stage (see
"Simple operation").
When you have selected the settings for
the cooking programme:
 Select Ready at and set 12:30.
 Confirm with OK.
Start at
is calculated automatically.
12:25 appears in the display.
The cooking process will start automatically at this time.
Start at
Operation: Combination cooking mode
Sequence of an automatic programme
Changing settings during a programme
Up until the start time the function, the
selected temperature and moisture,
cooking duration (time left), Start at and
the start time will appear in the display.
 Select Change.
After the start time you can see the
temperature increasing in the display
during the heat-up phase until the set
temperature is reached. Once this temperature is reached a buzzer will sound,
if this option has been switched on (see
"Settings – Volume – Buzzer tones").
–
After the heating-up phase you can
follow the time counting down in the
display. The last minute counts down in
seconds.
At the end of the cooking process the
steam generator and oven compartment lighting will switch off. A buzzer
will sound if this option has been
switched on (see "Settings – Volume –
Buzzer tones ").
Steam reduction (only with temperatures
of approx. 80 - 100 °C and 100% moisture) and Process finished will appear in
the display.
You have the option of saving your
settings as a User programme (see
"User programmes"). Touch  to go
to the main menu.
The following will appear in the display:
– all individual cooking stages
Add cooking stages
You can change the specified settings
for a cooking stage or add more cooking stages to the programme.
 Select the cooking stage you want to
change or Add cooking stages.
 Change the cooking process as you
wish (see "Advanced operation") and
confirm with OK.
A summary of your settings will appear
in the display.
 Check the settings and confirm with
OK or select Change to correct the
settings or to add further cooking
stages.
Cancelling cooking
 Touch .
Cancel cooking?
appears in the display.
 Select Yes.
The main menu will appear. Any cooking durations set will be deleted.
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Operation: Functions without steam
You do not necessarily need to enter a
cooking duration for functions which do
not use steam. If no duration is entered,
operation starts automatically as soon
as the temperature has been confirmed
or after 15 seconds. The steam oven
will switch off automatically after a maximum 12 hours of operation, or after a
maximum 6 hours for grill functions.
If a cooking duration is entered, it starts
to count down when the heating-up
phase begins.
You can choose to inject a burst of
steam. The steam will be injected as
soon as you have selected this option
and Burst of steam active will appear in
the display. It takes about 1 minute.
There is no limit to the number of times
you can inject a burst of steam.
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The following functions are available:
–
Fan plus 
–
Conventional heat 
–
Intensive bake 
–
Bottom heat 
–
Top heat 
–
Full grill 
–
Economy grill 
–
Fan grill 
–
Cake plus 
–
Gentle bake 
The food probe cannot be used with
the Full grill  and Economy grill 
functions:
Operation: Functions without steam
The grease filter on the back wall
must be removed for baking as otherwise this can result in uneven
browning. Exception: fit the grease
filter in the back wall when baking
open deep fresh fruit flans, e.g. plum
or damson or pizza with lots of topping.
Simple operation
 Remove the grease filter from the
back panel.
 Switch the steam oven on using .
The main menu appears in the display.
 Alter the recommended and / or core
temperature or level if necessary.
The recommended temperature will be
automatically accepted within a few
seconds.
If required, select Change to go back
to the temperature selection option.
 Set further settings as necessary, e.g.
setting a cooking duration (see "Advanced operation").
 Confirm with OK.
The cooking programme will start. The
oven heating, lighting and fan will
switch on.
 If you wish to cook with bursts of
steam, fill the water container and
push it back in so that it connects.
 Insert the food probe if required into
the food (see "Food probe").
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select Oven functions .
 Select the function you want.
When the function is selected, the following will appear in the display:
–
Temperature
or Level
–
Core temperature
(this option only appears when you
are using the food probe)
–
Open further settings
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Operation: Functions without steam
After cooking
 Danger of burning.
You could burn yourself on the oven
interior walls, spilled food and accessories
Use oven gloves when removing hot
food from the oven.
 Take the food out of the oven.
 Switch the steam oven off using .
 After each use, clean and dry the
whole appliance as described in
"Cleaning and care".
 Leave the appliance door open until
the oven interior is completely dry.
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Interrupting operation
Operation is interrupted as soon as the
door is opened. The heating will be
switched off.
 Danger of burning.
You could burn yourself on the oven
interior walls, spilled food and accessories.
Wear oven gloves when placing food
in the oven or removing it and when
adjusting oven shelves etc. in a hot
oven
Operation will resume when the door is
closed.
The steam oven will heat up again and
the display will show the temperature in
the oven compartment as it rises.
Operation: Functions without steam
Advanced operation
Setting further durations
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a function and set the temperature or grill level.
By entering Duration, Ready at or Start at
you can automatically switch the cooking programme off or on and off.
You can select cooking durations and
further settings from Open further settings.
–
You set the cooking duration required.
A duration between 1 minute and 12
hours, or for grill functions, between
1 minute and 6 hours can be set.
 Select Change.
 Select Open further settings.
Further options will appear in the display which you can select or change for
your programme:
–
–
–
–
Duration
Ready at
A Duration and Ready at time cannot
be entered if you are using the food
probe. When using the food probe, the
end of the cooking duration is determined by when the set core temperature
is reached.
–
Start at
Only appears when either Duration or
Ready at have been set or if you are
using the food probe.
–
Rapid heat-up
Duration
Ready at
You specify the time you want cooking to stop.
Start at
You specify the time you want cooking to start.
When baking, the oven should not be
set to start a long time off. Otherwise
the cake mixture or dough will dry
out, and the raising agents will lose
their effectiveness.
Cooking results can be impaired if
there is a long delay between the
food being placed in the oven and
the start of cooking. Fresh food can
change colour and even deteriorate.
Only appears if you have set a temperature of more than 100 °C in Fan
plus  and Conventional heat .
–
Change function
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Operation: Functions without steam
Switching off automatically
Switching on and off automatically
To switch off a programme automatically you can set either Duration or Ready
at.
Example: it is 11:45. The food takes 30
minutes to cook and should be ready at
12:15.
 Select Change.
 Select Open further settings.
 Set "00:30" in the
Duration
field.
We recommend switching on and off
automatically when roasting.
To switch a cooking programme on and
off automatically you have a choice of
how to enter the time parameters:
–
Duration
and Ready at
–
Duration
and Start at
–
Ready at
and Start at
or
Example: it is 11:30. The food takes 30
minutes to cook and should be ready at
12:30.
 Select Change.
 Select Change.
 Select Open further settings.
 Select Open further settings.
 Set a time of 12:15 in the Ready at
field.
 Set "00:30" in the
 Confirm with OK.
 Confirm with OK.
The oven will switch off automatically
after this duration has elapsed or the
time set has been reached.
Duration
field.
 Set a time of 12:30 in the Ready at
field.
 Confirm with OK.
Start at
is calculated automatically.
12:00 appears in the display.
The programme will start automatically
at this time.
Start at
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Operation: Functions without steam
Sequence of an automatic programme
Up until the start time the function, the
selected temperature, cooking duration
(time left), Start at and the start time will
appear in the display.
After the start time you can see the
temperature increasing in the display
during the heat-up phase until the set
temperature is reached. Once this temperature is reached a buzzer will sound,
if this option has been switched on (see
"Settings – Volume – Buzzer tones").
After the heating-up phase you can
follow the time counting down in the
display. The last minute counts down in
seconds.
At the end of the cooking process the
oven compartment heating will switch
off. A buzzer will sound if this option
has been switched on (see "Settings –
Volume – Buzzer tones").
Process finished will appear in the display.
You have the option of saving your
settings as a User programme (see
"User programmes") or increasing the
cooking duration via Change. Touch 
twice to go to the main menu.
Rapid heat-up
Rapid heat-up can be used to speed up
the heating up phase.
This function switches on automatically
if you set the temperature above 100 °C
for Fan plus  and Conventional
heat .
–
On
The top heat/grill element and the
ring heating element come on together with the fan to enable the
steam oven to reach the required
temperature as quickly as possible.
–
Off
Only the heating elements for the
oven function selected are switched
on.
Rapid heat-up should be switched
off when cooking pizza and delicate
items (e.g. sponge or biscuits). These
will get brown too quickly on the top.
You can switch-off Rapid heat-up for a
relevant cooking process.
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Operation: Functions without steam
Switching off Rapid heat-up
Changing settings during a programme
 Select Open further settings.
On
will appear in the
Rapid heat-up
field.
The following will appear in the display:
 Touch On.
Off
will appear in the
 Select Change.
Rapid heat-up
field.
 Confirm with OK.
Rapid heat-up has been switched off.
Heating-up phase appears in the display.
Changing the function
You can change the cooking function
during operation.
 Select Change.
 Select Open further settings.
 Select Change function.
 Select the function you want.
The new function will appear in the display together with its recommended
temperature.
Any cooking durations set will be adopted. Exception: if you change to
Combi mode , Steam cooking  or
Sous-vide , you must enter a new
duration.
–
Temperature
or Level
–
Core temperature
(this option only appears when you
are using the food probe)
–
Open further settings
(see "Advanced operation")
Changing the temperature
 Change the temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
The steam oven will be heated up or
cooled down until the altered temperature is reached.
You can also permanently reset the recommended temperature to suit your
cooking preferences. See "Settings Recommended temperatures".
Changing the core temperature
 Change the core temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
 Change the temperature and/or cooking duration if necessary.
Changing the grill level
 Confirm with OK.
 Confirm with OK.
The function has been changed.
The programme will restart with the new
grill level.
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 Change the level.
Operation: Functions without steam
Changing the cooking duration
Cancelling cooking
 Change the duration.
 If you have not set a duration, touch
 twice.
 Confirm with OK.
The programme will restart with the new
duration.
Deleting a cooking duration
 Set the time to "----" in the Duration
field.
 Confirm with OK.
The programme will continue with the
set temperature.
The main menu will appear.
 If you have set a duration or are using
the food probe, touch  twice.
Cancel cooking?
appears in the display.
 Select Yes.
The main menu will appear. Any cooking durations or core temperature set
will be deleted.
Deleting a finish time
 Set the time to "----" in the Ready at
field.
 Confirm with OK.
The finish time is now deleted.
The programme will start using the duration set.
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MyMiele
MyMiele can be used to personalise
your steam oven by inputting frequently
used processes.
It is particularly useful with Automatic
programmes as you do not need to
work through every screen in order to
start your programme.
You can also set processes that you
have entered into MyMiele to appear in
the Start screen (see "Settings – Start
screen").
To add an entry
You can add up to 20 entries.
 Select MyMiele .
 Select
Add entry.
You can select options listed in the following categories:
–
Oven functions 
–
Automatic programmes 
–
Special applications 
–
User programmes 
–
Maintenance 
 Confirm with OK.
A box will appear in the list next to the
selected option, together with a symbol
to show which category it was selected
from.
 Proceed as above for further entries
as required. You can only chose options that have not already been selected.
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MyMiele
To edit MyMiele
To sort entries
After selecting Process you can
The order can be rearranged as long as
there are more than 4 entries.
– add entries as long as MyMiele contains fewer than 20 entries,
 Select MyMiele .
– delete entries,
 Select Process.
– sort entries as long as MyMiele contains more than 4 entries.
 Select Sort entry.
Delete entries
 Select MyMiele .
 Select the position you want to move
it to.
 Select Process.
 Confirm with OK.
 Select
The entry will now appear in the position you want it in.
Delete entry.
 Select the entry that you want to delete.
 Select the entry.
 Confirm with OK.
The entry is removed from the list.
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Automatic programmes
Your steam oven has a wide range of
Automatic programmes to enable you
to achieve excellent results with ease.
Simply select the appropriate programme for the type of food you are
cooking and follow the instructions in
the display.
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List of food types
Automatic programmes are accessed
via Automatic programmes .
–
Vegetables
–
Fish
–
Meat
–
Bread
–
Rolls
–
Cakes/biscuits
–
Pizza, Quiche & Co.
–
Bakes & gratins
–
Rice
–
Grain
–
Pasta
–
Pulses
–
Hen's eggs
–
Desserts
–
Fruit
–
Mushrooms
–
Sausages
–
Shellfish
–
Mussels
–
Special
Automatic programmes
To use an Automatic programme
 Select Automatic programmes .
A list of food types will appear in the
display.
 Select the food category.
The Automatic programmes available
for the food type selected will then appear.
 Select the Automatic programme that
you want.
Each step you need to take before
starting the Automatic programme will
appear in the display.
In some programmes you will be
prompted on when to add food to the
oven. Follow and confirm these instructions.
Notes on using these programmes
– The degree of doneness and browning levels are shown in a bar chart
with seven segments. The factory default is always the middle setting. It
will be highlighted. To change the
setting simply move the highlighting
to the left or the right.
– With some roasting programmes you
can also set the moisture level using
Roast with moisture: meat cooked at a
low temperature over a long period
will be tender and succulent.
– The weight entry in the Automatic
programmes refers to the weight per
piece. For example, you can cook
just one piece of salmon weighing
250 g or 10 pieces of salmon weighing 250 g at the same time.
– The oven interior needs to be at room
temperature before starting an Automatic programme.
– When placing food in an already hot
steam oven, be very careful when
opening the door. Hot steam can escape. Step back from the steam oven
and wait until the steam has dissipated. When putting cooking containers or the condensate tray into the
oven or taking them out, take care
not to spill the contents. Avoid contact with hot steam, and do not touch
the hot oven interior walls. Danger of
burning and scalding.
– Please refer to the cookbook for information on suitable baking containers.
– For some Automatic programmes the
start time can be delayed using Start
at or Ready at.
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Automatic programmes
– To end an automatic programme
early, you need to switch the steam
oven off completely by touching .
will appear in the display. If Yes is selected, the main
menu will be shown in the display.
Cancel cooking?
– If by the end of an Automatic programme the food is not cooked
enough, select Continue cooking or
Continue baking.
– Automatic programmes can also be
saved as User programmes.
Search
You can search Automatic programmes  by food type and by the
name of the Automatic programme.
There is a full text search which can
also be used to search for parts of
words.
 Select Automatic programmes .
A list of food types will appear in the
display.
 Select Search.
 Use the keyboard to type in the
search text, e.g. "Fish".
The number of hits will be shown in the
bottom right of the display.
If no match is found, or if there are
more than 40 matches, the hits field
will be deactivated and you will need
to change the search text.
 Select
hits.
The food types and Automatic programmes available will then appear.
 Select the Automatic programme you
want or the food type and then the
Automatic programme.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
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User programmes
You can create and save up to 20 of
your own programmes.
– Each one can have up to 10 cooking
stages. This enables you to save your
favourite or most frequently used recipes very accurately. You can save
individual settings for each stage.
– You can enter the name of the programme for your recipe.
To create a User programme
 Select User programmes .
 Select Create programme.
You can now specify the settings for
cooking stage 1.
Follow the instructions in the display:
When you next select the programme it
will start automatically.
 Select and confirm the cooking function, temperature, grill level, moisture
if applicable and duration or core
temperature.
There are different ways of creating a
User programme:
Settings for the 1st cooking stage have
now been set.
– At the end of an Automatic programme, save it as a User programme.
You can add more cooking stages, for
example, if you want to add another
cooking function to follow on from the
first:
– After running a programme with a set
duration, save it.
Then name the programme.
 Select Add and proceed as for the 1st
cooking stage.
 When you have finished setting all the
cooking stages select Finish.
A summary of your settings will appear
in the display.
 Check the settings and confirm with
OK or select Change to correct the
settings or to add further cooking
stages.
 Select Save.
 Enter the programme name using the
keyboard.
You can add a line break for longer
programme names using the  symbol.
 Once you have entered the programme name, select Save.
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User programmes
A message will appear in the display
confirming that the programme has
been saved.
 Confirm with OK.
You can start the saved programme immediately, delay the start or change the
cooking stages.
The option Change cooking stages is described in "To change a User programme".
To start a User programme
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select User programmes .
The programme names will appear in
the display.
 Select the programme you want.
You can start the saved programme immediately, delay the start or display the
cooking stages.
–
Start now
The programme will start. The oven
compartment lighting and the steam
generator will switch on immediately.
–
Start later
This option only appears if you are
using the food probe. You can specify when you want the programme
to start.
–
Ready at
You specify the time you want cooking to stop.
–
Start at
You specify the time you want cooking to start.
–
Display stages
A summary of your settings will appear in the display. You can alter the
settings via Change (see "To change a
User programme").
 Select the function you want.
The programme will start according to
the specified start or finish time.
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User programmes
To change a User programme
Changing cooking stages
Cooking stages in an Automatic programme that you have renamed as a
User programme cannot be changed.
Changing the name
 Select User programmes .
 Select Process.
 Select Change programme.
 Select the programme you want.
 Select User programmes .
 Select Change name.
 Select Process.
 Change the name (see "To create a
User programme") and select Save.
 Select Change programme.
 Select the programme you want.
 Select Change cooking stages.
A message will appear in the display
confirming that the programme has
been saved.
You can change the specified settings
for a cooking stage or add more cooking stages to the programme.
 Confirm with OK.
 Select the cooking stage you want to
change or Add cooking stages.
 Select User programmes .
 Change the programme as you wish
(see "To create a User programme")
and confirm with OK.
A summary of your settings will appear
in the display.
 Check the settings and then select
Save.
The additional stages or changes to
your programme will be saved.
To delete a User programme
The programme names will appear in
the display.
 Select Process.
 Select Delete programme.
 Select the programme you want.
 Confirm with OK.
The programme is deleted.
You can delete all User programmes at
once (see "Settings - Factory default User programmes").
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Minute minder + Alarm
Using the  sensor you can set a
minute minder duration to time any
activity in the kitchen, e.g. boiling eggs,
or set an alarm time.
Two alarms can be set simultaneously,
two minute minder durations or an
alarm and a minute minder duration.
Using the alarm 
The alarm can be used to set a specific
time at which a buzzer will sound on the
steam oven.
Setting the alarm
If the Time | Display | Off setting has
been selected, you will need to switch
the steam oven on before you can set
the alarm. The time for the alarm will
now appear in the display when the
steam oven is switched off.
 Select .
 Select New alarm.
 Set the time for the alarm.
 Confirm with OK.
When the steam oven is switched off,
the alarm time and  will appear instead of the time of day.
If you are cooking at the same time or if
you are in a different menu, the alarm
time and  will appear in the top right
hand side of the display.
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At the set alarm time
–  will flash next to the time in the
display.
– a buzzer will sound if the buzzer
volume has been set (see "Settings Volume - Buzzer tones").
 Select  or the alarm in the top right
hand side of the display to switch off
the acoustic and optical signals.
Changing an alarm
 Select the alarm in the top right hand
side of the display or select  and
then the alarm you want.
The alarm selected appears.
 Set the new time for the alarm.
 Confirm with OK.
The altered alarm will appear in the display.
Deleting an alarm
 Select the alarm in the top right hand
side of the display or select  and
then the alarm you want.
The alarm selected appears.
 Select Reset.
The alarm will be deleted.
 Confirm with OK.
Minute minder + Alarm
Using the minute minder 
The minute minder can be used to time
other activities in the kitchen, e.g. boiling eggs.
The minute minder can also be used at
the same time as a cooking programme
in which the start and finish times have
been set, e.g. as a reminder to stir a
dish or add seasoning etc.
At the end of the minute minder duration
–  will flash in the display,
– the display will show the time counting upwards,
– a buzzer will sound if the buzzer is
switched on (see "Settings – Volume
– Buzzer tones").
A maximum minute minder duration of
9 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds
can be set.
 Select  or the minute minder duration in the top right hand side of the
display to switch off the acoustic and
optical signals.
To set the minute minder
To change the duration
If you want to use the minute minder
and Time | Display | Off has been set,
you will need to switch the steam oven
on before you can set the minute
minder. The minute minder can then
be seen counting down in the display
when the steam oven is switched off.
 Select .
 Select New minute minder time.
 Set the minute minder time you require.
 Confirm with OK.
When the steam oven is switched off
the minute minder time counts down in
the display and  appears instead of
the time of day.
If you are cooking at the same time or if
you are in a different menu, the minute
minder time and  will appear at the
top right hand side of the display.
 Select the minute minder duration at
the top right hand side of the display
or select  and then the duration you
want.
The minute minder duration selected
appears.
 Set a new minute minder duration.
 Confirm with OK.
The altered minute minder duration will
start to count down immediately.
To cancel the duration
 Select the minute minder duration at
the top right hand side of the display
or select  and then the duration you
want.
The minute minder duration selected
appears.
 Select Reset.
The minute minder duration is now cancelled.
 Confirm with OK.
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General notes
This section contains general information. You will find more detailed information about particular foods and how to
cook them in the other sections.
The advantages of cooking
with steam
Almost all vitamins and minerals are retained as the food is not immersed in
water.
Cooking with steam also retains the
true taste of the food better than conventional cooking. We therefore recommend seasoning the food after it has
been cooked. Food also retains its
fresh, original colour.
Suitable containers
Cooking containers
This steam oven is supplied with stainless steel cooking containers. Other
containers, in a variety of sizes, both
perforated and solid, are available as
optional extras (see "Optional accessories"). This enables you to choose the
most suitable container for the food you
are cooking.
It is best to use perforated containers
for steam cooking. The steam can
reach the food from all sides and the
food is cooked evenly.
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Your own containers
You can also use your own containers.
However, please note the following:
– The container must be suitable for
using in an oven and must be steam
resistant. Plastic containers can only
be used for steam cooking if the
manufacturer has stated that they are
suitable for such use.
– Thick-sided containers made from
porcelain, china or stoneware, for example, are not so suitable for steam
cooking. They do not conduct heat
well and as a result cooking durations
will be considerably longer than
those given in the charts.
– Place the cooking containers on the
rack or in a suitable container, and
not on the oven floor.
– Ensure that there is a gap between
the upper rim of the container and
the top of the cooking compartment
to allow sufficient steam into the container.
General notes
Shelf level
Duration
You can select any shelf level. You can
also cook on several levels at the same
time. This will not alter the cooking duration.
In general, the cooking durations for
cooking with steam are the same as for
cooking food in a saucepan. More information about any factors which may
affect the cooking duration is given in
the relevant sections.
When using more than one deep container at the same time for steam cooking it is best to offset them on their runners and to leave at least one level free
in between them.
Always insert cooking containers, the
rack and the tray between the rails of
the side runners so that they cannot tip.
Frozen food
The heating up phase for frozen food is
longer than for fresh food. The greater
the quantity of frozen food, the longer
the heating up phase.
Temperature
A maximum temperature of 100 °C is
reached when steam cooking is taking
place. Most types of food will cook at
this temperature. Some more delicate
types of food, such as soft fruit, must
be cooked at lower temperatures as
otherwise they will burst. More information is given in the relevant section.
Combination with a warming drawer
When the warming drawer is in use the
oven cavity in the steam oven can get
up to 40 °C. If, in this case, you set a
temperature of 40 °C (Steam cooking)
or 30–40 °C and 100 % moisture (Combination cooking), steam will not be
produced because the oven cavity is
too warm.
The quantity of food does not affect the
cooking duration. 1 kg of potatoes will
take the same time to cook as 500 g.
The durations given in the charts are
guidelines only. We recommend selecting the shorter cooking duration quoted
to start with. If food is not cooked sufficiently after the shorter time it can be
put back in the oven and cooked for
longer.
Cooking with liquid
When cooking with liquid only fill the
cooking container ²/₃ full to prevent the
liquid spilling when the cooking container is removed from the oven.
Your own recipes - steam
cooking
Food and recipes which are prepared in
pot or a pan can also be cooked in the
steam oven. The cooking times in the
steam oven will be the same. Please
note that food will not be brown or crisp
when cooking with steam.
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General notes
Combi rack / Universal tray
Use the rack above the universal tray
when roasting or grilling. The meat
juices will collect in the tray and can
then be used to make a gravy or sauce.
If you are using the universal tray with
the rack on top, e.g. for grilling, insert
the tray between the rails of the side
runners and the rack will automatically
slide in above them. When removing
them from the oven pull both out together.
Non-tip safety notches
The combi rack and universal tray have
non-tip safety notches which prevent
them being pulled right out when they
only need to be partially pulled out. The
tray and rack can then only be taken
out of the oven by raising them upwards and then pulling them out.
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Vegetables
Fresh
Prepare fresh vegetables in the usual
way, i.e. wash, clean and cut them up.
Frozen
Frozen vegetables do not need to be
defrosted beforehand, unless they have
been frozen together in a block.
Frozen and fresh vegetables which take
the same length of time to cook can be
cooked together.
Break up vegetables that have frozen
together in a lump and follow instructions on the packaging regarding cooking duration.
Cooking containers
Food such as peas or asparagus
spears, which have little or no space
between them, will take longer to cook
because the steam has less space to
work in. For an even result, it is best to
use a shallow container for these types
of food, and only fill it about 3-5 cm
deep. When cooking large quantities divide the food between 2 or 3 shallow
containers rather than using one deep
one.
Shelf level
To avoid any colour transfer when cooking vegetables with a distinctive colour
(e.g. beetroot) in a perforated container,
do not place other food underneath the
perforated container.
Duration
As with conventional methods, the
cooking duration when cooking vegetables with steam will depend on the
size and how well done you want them.
Example:
firm potatoes, cut into quarters
= approx. 17 minutes
firm potatoes, cut in half
= approx. 21 minutes
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Vegetables
| ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Different types of vegetables which take
the same length of time to cook can be
cooked together.
Use solid containers for vegetables
which are cooked in liquid.
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The durations given in the chart are guidelines for fresh vegetables. We recommend selecting the shorter cooking duration quoted. If food is not cooked sufficiently after the shorter duration it can be put back in the oven and cooked for
longer.
Vegetables
 [min]
Artichokes
32–38
Cauliflower, whole
27–28
Cauliflower, florets
8
Beans, green
10–12
Broccoli, florets
3–4
Chantenay carrots, whole
7–8
Chantenay carrots, halved
6–7
Chantenay carrots, chopped
Chicory, halved
4
4–5
Chinese cabbage, chopped
3
Peas
3
Fennel, halved
Fennel, cut into strips
10–12
4–5
Curly kale, chopped
23–26
Firm potatoes, peeled
whole
halved
quartered
27–29
21–22
16–18
Fairly firm potatoes, peeled
whole
halved
quartered
25–27
19–21
17–18
Floury potatoes, peeled
whole
halved
quartered
26–28
19–20
15–16
Kohlrabi, cut into batons
6–7
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Vegetables
 [min]
Pumpkin, diced
2–4
Corn on the cob
30–35
Chard, chopped
2–3
Peppers, diced / cut into strips
New potatoes, firm
2
30–32
Mushrooms
2
Leeks, sliced
4–5
Leeks, halved lengthwise
6
Romanesco, whole
22–25
Romanesco, florets
5–7
Brussels sprouts
10–12
Beetroot, whole
53–57
Red cabbage, chopped
23–26
Black salsify, whole
9–10
Celeriac, cut into batons
6–7
Green asparagus
7
White asparagus
9–10
Main crop carrots, chopped
Spinach
Spring cabbage, chopped
6
1–2
10–11
Celery, chopped
4–5
Swede, chopped
6–7
White cabbage, chopped
12
Savoy cabbage, chopped
10–11
Courgettes, sliced
2–3
Sugar snap peas
5–7
 Duration
73
Steam cooking
Meat
Fresh
Prepare the meat in the usual way.
Frozen
Meat should be thoroughly defrosted
before cooking in the steam oven (see
"Defrosting").
Preparation
For meat which needs to be seared before being cooked, e.g. for a stew, sear
the meat in a pan on the hob first.
Duration
The cooking duration depends on the
thickness and the texture of the meat,
and not on the weight. The thicker the
piece of meat, the longer the cooking
duration. A piece of meat weighing
500 g which is 10 cm thick will take
longer to cook than a piece of meat
weighing 500 g which is 5 cm thick.
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Tips
– Use a perforated container if you wish
to retain the juices when cooking
meat. Place a solid container or the
universal tray underneath to catch the
juices. You can use these to make a
gravy or freeze them for later use.
– Boiling fowl, back or top rib and meat
bones can be used to make stock.
Place the meat together with some
mixed vegetables in a solid cooking
container and add cold water and
cook. The longer the cooking duration, the stronger the stock.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Meat | ... |
Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Steam cooking
The durations given in the charts are guidelines only. We recommend selecting the
shorter cooking duration quoted to start with. If food is not cooked sufficiently
after the shorter time it can be put back in the oven and cooked for longer.
Meat
 [min]
Leg steak, covered with water
110–120
Knuckle
135–140
Chicken breast
8–10
Shank
105–115
Top rib, covered with water
110–120
Veal cutlets
3–4
Gammon slices
6–8
Lamb stew
12–16
Poularde
60–70
Turkey roulade
12–15
Turkey escalope
4–6
Brisket, covered with water
130–140
Beef stew
105–115
Boiling fowl, covered with water
Boiled topside
80–90
110–120
 Duration
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Sausages
Fish
Settings
Fresh
 | Sausages |
... | Steam cooking
Prepare fresh fish in the usual way, i.e.
clean, gut and fillet.
or
Frozen food
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 90 °C
Duration: see chart
Automatic programmes
Oven functions
Frankfurters
6–8
Fish does not need to be fully defrosted
before cooking. Defrost so that the surface is sufficiently thawed to take herbs
and seasoning. Depending on the thickness of the fish, 2 - 5 minutes should be
enough.
Bologna sausages
6–8
Preparation
Veal sausages
6–8
Add some lemon or lime juice to fish
before cooking. The citric acid helps the
flesh stay firm.
Sausages
 Duration
 [min]
It is not necessary to season fish with
salt when cooking with steam as this
method retains the minerals which give
the fish its unique flavour.
Cooking containers
If using a perforated container, grease it
first.
Shelf level
When cooking fish in a perforated container at the same time as cooking
other types of food in other containers,
place the container with the fish directly
above the condensate tray/universal
tray (depending on model) to catch any
liquid and so avoid any transfer of
tastes to other food.
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Temperature
85 °C – 90 °C
For gently cooking delicate types of
fish, such as sole.
100 °C
For cooking firmer types of fish, e.g.
cod and salmon.
Also for cooking fish in sauce or stock.
Duration
The cooking duration depends on the
thickness and the texture of the fish,
and not on the weight. The thicker the
fish, the longer the cooking duration. A
3 cm thick piece of fish weighing 500 g
will take longer to cook than a 2 cm
thick piece of fish weighing 500 g.
The longer fish cooks, the firmer its
flesh will become. Use the cooking durations given in the chart. If you find that
the fish is not cooked sufficiently only
cook it for a few minutes more.
When cooking fish in sauce or stock,
we recommend that you increase the
cooking duration quoted by a few
minutes.
– You can use any fish scraps, e.g. fish
heads, bones, tails etc to make a fish
stock. Place the fish scraps together
with some mixed vegetables in a
solid cooking container and add cold
water. Cook at 100 °C for 60 to 90
minutes. The longer the cooking duration, the stronger the stock.
– Blue fish is fish which is cooked in
water and vinegar. It is important not
to damage the skin of the fish. This
method is suitable for cooking carp,
trout, tench, eel and salmon. (Follow
recipe instructions for the ratio of water to vinegar).
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Fish | ... |
Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: see chart
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Tips
– Adding herbs and spices, such as
dill, will help bring out the full flavour
of the fish.
– Cook large fish in the swimming position. To help maintain the shape of
the fish, place a small cup or similar
upside down in the cooking container, and arrange the fish bellyside
down over the cup.
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Steam cooking
The cooking durations given in the chart are guidelines for fresh fish. We recommend selecting the shorter cooking duration quoted. If food is not cooked sufficiently after the shorter duration it can be put back in the oven and cooked for
longer.
 [°C]
 [min]
Eel
100
5–7
Perch fillet
100
8–10
Seabream fillet
85
3
Trout, 250 g
90
10–13
Halibut fillet
85
4–6
Atlantic cod fillet
100
6
Carp, 1.5 kg
100
18–25
Salmon fillet
100
6–8
Salmon steak
100
8–10
Salmon trout
90
14–17
Coley fillet
85
3
Rose fish fillet
100
6–8
Haddock fillet
100
4–6
Plaice fillet
85
4–5
Monk fish fillet
85
8–10
Sole fillet
85
3
Turbot fillet
85
5–8
Tuna fillet
85
5–10
Pikeperch fillet
85
4
Fish
 Temperature /  Duration
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Shellfish
Preparation
Defrost frozen shellfish before cooking with steam.
Peel, remove and discard the intestines, and then wash the shellfish.
Cooking containers
If using a perforated container, grease it first.
Duration
The longer shellfish are cooked, the tougher they become. Use the cooking durations given in the chart.
When cooking shellfish in sauce or stock, we recommend that you increase the
cooking duration quoted by a few minutes.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Shellfish | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: see chart
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
 [°C]
 [min]
Crevettes
90
3
Prawns
90
3
King prawns
90
4
Small shrimps
90
3
Lobster
95
10–15
Large shrimps
90
3
 Temperature /  Duration
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Mussels
Fresh
 Warning - danger of food poisoning
Only cook mussels which are closed. Do not eat mussels which have not
opened after being cooked.
Steep fresh mussels in water for a few hours before cooking to rinse out any sand.
Then scrub the mussels thoroughly to clean them.
Frozen food
Defrost frozen mussels before cooking.
Duration
The longer mussels are cooked, the tougher they become. Use the cooking durations given in the chart.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Mussels | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: see chart
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
 [°C]
 [min]
Barnacles
100
2
Cockles
100
2
Bearded mussels
90
12
Scallops
90
5
Razor clams
100
2–4
Venus mussels
90
4
 Temperature /  Duration
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Steam cooking
Rice
Rice swells when cooked and needs to be cooked in liquid. The proportion of rice
to liquid will vary depending on the type of rice.
The rice absorbs all the liquid and so none of the nutrients are lost.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Rice | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Ratio
Rice : Liquid
 [min]
Basmati rice
1 : 1.5
15
Parboiled rice
1 : 1.5
23–25
Pudding rice
1 : 2.5
30
Risotto rice
1 : 2.5
18–19
Brown rice
1 : 1.5
26–29
Wild rice
1 : 1.5
26–29
Round grain rice
 Duration
81
Steam cooking
Pasta
Dry pasta
Dry pasta swells when it is cooked and needs to be cooked in liquid. The liquid
must cover the pasta. Using hot liquid gives better results.
Increase the cooking time stated by the manufacturer by approx. ¹/₃.
Fresh
Fresh pasta, such as you can buy from the supermarket chilled counter, does not
need to absorb water. Cook fresh pasta in a greased perforated container.
Separate any pieces of pasta which have stuck together and spread them out in
the cooking container.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Pasta | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Fresh
 [min]
Gnocchi
2
Knöpfli
1
Ravioli
2
Spätzle
1
Tortellini
2
Dry pasta,
covered with water
Tagliatelli
14
Vermicelli
8
 Duration
82
Steam cooking
Dumplings
Ready made boil-in-the-bag dumplings need to be well covered with water as otherwise they can fall apart. This is because even though they have been soaked in
water beforehand they will not absorb enough moisture.
Cook fresh dumplings in a greased, perforated container.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Pasta | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
 [min]
Sweet dumplings
30
Yeast dumplings
20
Boil-in-the-bag potato dumplings
20
Boil-in-the-bag bread dumplings
18–20
 Duration
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Steam cooking
Grain
Grain swells during cooking and needs to be cooked in liquid. The proportion of
grain to liquid depends on the type of grain.
Grain can be cooked whole or cracked.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Grain | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Ratio
Grain : Liquid
 [min]
Amaranth
1 : 1.5
15–17
Bulgur
1 : 1.5
9
Green spelt, whole
1 : 1
18–20
Green spelt, cracked
1 : 1
7
Oats, whole
1 : 1
18
Oats, cracked
1 : 1
7
1 : 1.5
10
Polenta
1 : 3
10
Quinoa
1 : 1.5
15
Rye, whole
1 : 1
35
Rye, cracked
1 : 1
10
Wheat, whole
1 : 1
30
Wheat, cracked
1 : 1
8
Millet
 Duration
84
Steam cooking
Dried pulses
Soak pulses for at least 10 hours in cold water before cooking. Soaking makes the
pulses more digestible and shortens the cooking duration required. Soaked pulses
must be covered with liquid during cooking.
Lentils do not need to be soaked before cooking.
With unsoaked pulses a certain ratio of pulses to liquid is required depending on
variety.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Pulses | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Soaked
 [min]
Beans
Kidney beans
55–65
Adzuki beans
20–25
Black beans
55–60
Pinto beans
55–65
Haricot beans
34–36
Peas
Yellow split peas
40–50
Green split peas
27
 Duration
85
Steam cooking
Unsoaked
Ratio
Pulses : Liquid
 [min]
Kidney beans
1 : 3
130–140
Adzuki beans
1 : 3
95–105
Black beans
1 : 3
100–120
Pinto beans
1 : 3
115–135
Haricot beans
1 : 3
80–90
Brown lentils
1 : 2
13–14
Red lentils
1 : 2
7
Yellow split peas
1 : 3
110–130
Green split peas
1 : 3
60–70
Beans
Lentils
Peas
 Duration
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Steam cooking
Hen's eggs
Use a perforated container to boil eggs in the steam oven.
The eggs do not need to be pierced before cooking as they are gradually warmed
during the heating up phase and so do not burst when they are cooked with
steam.
When using a solid container for making egg dishes such as scrambled eggs, remember to grease it first.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Hen's eggs | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
 [min]
Small
soft
medium
hard
3
5
9
Medium
soft
medium
hard
4
6
10
Large
soft
medium
hard
5
6–7
12
Extra large
soft
medium
hard
6
8
13
 Duration
87
Steam cooking
Fruit
Cook fruit in a solid container so that none of the juice is lost. If you wish to cook
fruit in a perforated container, place a solid container directly underneath it to collect the juice.
Tip: You can use the juice which has collected in the solid container to make a
glaze for a fruit flan.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Fruit | ... | Steam cooking
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
 [min]
Apple pieces
1–3
Pear chunks
1–3
Cherries
2–4
Mirabelle plums
1–2
Nectarine / Peach pieces
1–2
Plums
1–3
Quince, diced
6–8
Rhubarb pieces
1–2
Gooseberries
2–3
 Duration
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Steam cooking
Menu cooking (cooking whole
meals) - manually
Before cooking meals with the Menu
cooking function switch off the steam
reduction system (see "Settings Steam reduction").
You can use the steam oven to cook a
whole meal containing types of food
which have different cooking durations,
e.g. fish fillet with rice and broccoli.
Each dish is placed in the oven at different times so that they are all ready at
the same time.
Shelf level
When cooking fish or food with a distinctive colour (e.g. beetroot) in a perforated container, place the perforated
container directly above the condensate
tray / universal tray (depending on
model) to avoid any transfer of flavour
or colour to other food and to prevent liquid dripping onto food below it.
Temperature
Duration
If you are increasing the recommended
temperature, shorten the cooking duration by approx. ¹/₃.
Example
Rice
20 minutes
Rose fish fillet
6 minutes
Broccoli
4 minutes
20 minutes minus 6 minutes =
14 minutes (1st duration: rice)
6 minutes minus 4 minutes = 2 minutes
(2nd duration: rose fish fillet)
Remaining time = 4 minutes (3rd duration: broccoli)
Durations
20 min. - rice
6 min. - fish fillet
4 min. broccoli
Setting
14 min
.
2 min.
4 min.
Whole meals should be cooked at a
temperature of 100 °C as this is the
temperature required to cook the majority of foods.
Do not cook a whole meal at the lowest
temperature when different temperatures are required for different types of
food, e.g. 85 °C for seabream and
100 °C for potatoes.
If the recommended cooking temperature for the food is 85 °C for example, try
cooking it at 100 °C and testing the result. Some delicate types of fish with a
soft structure, e.g. sole and plaice will
become very firm when cooked at
100 °C.
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Procedure
 Place the rice in the oven first.
 Set the first cooking duration: 14
minutes.
 After 14 minutes, place the fish in the
steam oven.
 Set the second cooking duration: 2
minutes.
 After 2 minutes, place the broccoli in
the steam oven.
 Set the third cooking duration: 4
minutes.
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Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking
With this gentle cooking method, food
is cooked slowly and at a low, constant
temperature in vacuum packaging.
With vacuum cooking, no moisture
evaporates during cooking and all nutrients and flavours are retained.
The cooking result has an intensive
taste and food is cooked evenly.
Use only fresh food which is in a
good condition.
Ensure hygienic conditions and that
food has not been out of the refrigerator too long, e.g. during transportation.
Use only heat-stable, boiling-resistant vacuum sealing bags.
Do not cook food in the sales packaging, such as vacuum-packed
frozen food as it is possible that the
packaging used is not suitable for
vacuum cooking.
Do not use the vacuum sealing bag
more than once.
Vacuum-seal the food in a chamber
system vacuum sealer only.
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Important
For an optimum cooking result:
– Use fewer herbs and spices than for
conventional cooking as the effect on
the taste of the food is more intensive.
You can also prepare the food
without seasoning and add seasoning after cooking.
– The cooking duration is reduced
when salt, sugar, and liquids are added.
– The food becomes firmer if acidic ingredients, such as lemon or vinegar
are added.
– Do not use alcohol or garlic as this
can cause an unpleasant taste.
– Only use vacuum sealing bags that
match the size of the food. If the bag
is too big, too much air may remain
inside.
– If you want to cook several items of
food in one vacuum sealing bag, put
them side-by-side in the bag.
– If you want to cook food in several
bags at once, put the bags side-byside on the shelf.
– The cooking durations depend on the
thickness of the food.
– With higher temperatures and/or
longer cooking durations, a lack of
water may occur. Check the display
from time to time.
– Keep the door closed during the
cooking programme. Opening the
door extends the programme and
can change the cooking result.
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– Temperatures and cooking durations
from Sous-vide recipes cannot always be adopted exactly. Alter the
settings to achieve the degree of
cooking you want.
Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking
Tips
– To reduce preparation times, you can
vacuum food 1–2 days before cooking. Store the vacuum sealed food in
the refrigerator at a maximum temperature of 5 °C. To maintain quality
and taste, the food must be cooked
after a maximum of 2 days.
– Use the brine or marinade of vegetables, fish, or meat to make a sauce.
– Serve the food on pre-warmed
plates.
– Freeze liquids such as marinades before vacuum-sealing to prevent them
from escaping from the bag.
– Fold the edges of the vacuum sealing
bag outwards for filling in order to
obtain clean, perfect seams.
– If you do not want to eat the food directly after cooking, put it in iced water to cool down completely. Then
store it at a maximum temperature of
5 °C.
In this way, you can maintain quality
and taste while extending the life of
the food.
Exception: Consume poultry immediately after cooking.
– After cooking, cut the vacuum sealing
bag on all sides for easier access to
the food.
– Briefly fry meat and firm types of fish
(such as salmon) before serving for a
roasted aroma.
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Procedure
 Rinse the food with cold water and
dry it.
 Place the food in a vacuum sealing
bag and add spices or liquid if desired.
 Vacuum-seal the food in a chamber
system vacuum sealer.
 For optimum cooking results place
the rack on shelf level 2.
 Place the vacuum-sealed food on the
rack (next to each other if there are
several bags).
Possible reasons for unsatisfactory results
The bag has opened:
– The seal was not clean or strong
enough and has opened.
– The bag was damaged by a sharp
bone.
The food has an unpleasant or strange
taste:
– Incorrect storage of the food; the
food was kept out of the refrigerator
for too long.
 Select Sous-vide .
– The food was contaminated with
bacteria before it was vacuum
sealed.
 Change the recommended temperature if necessary.
– Too much of ingredients such as
spices was added.
 Set the cooking duration. Any time
between 1 minute and 10 hours can
be set.
– The bag or seal was not in perfect order.
 Select further settings if required (see
"Operation: Steam cooking - Advanced operation").
– The food was not eaten or chilled immediately after cooking.
 Select Oven functions .
 Confirm with OK.
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– The vacuum was insufficient.
Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking
Food
Added in advance
Sugar
 [°C]
 [min]
Salt
Fish
Atlantic cod fillet, 2.5 cm thick
x
54
35
Salmon fillet, 3 cm thick
x
52
30
Monk fish fillet
x
62
18
Pikeperch fillet, 2 cm thick
x
55
30
Cauliflower florets, medium to
large
x
85
40
Hokkaido pumpkin, sliced
x
85
15
Kohlrabi, sliced
x
85
30
x
85
22–27
x
85
18
Vegetables
White asparagus, whole
x
Sweet potato, sliced
Fruit
Pineapple, sliced
x
85
75
Apples, sliced
x
80
20
62
10
62
25–30
75
13
70
10–12
Baby bananas, whole
Peaches, halved
x
Rhubarb pieces
Plums, halved
x
Miscellaneous
Beans, white, soaked in a ratio
of 1:2
(beans : liquid)
x
90
240
Prawns, peeled and deveined
x
56
19–21
65–66
60
52
25
85
45–60
Hen's egg, whole
Scallops, removed from shell
Shallots, whole
x
x
 Temperature /  Duration
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Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking
Food
 [°C]
Added in advance
Sugar
 [min]
Salt
Medium*
Well done*
x
66
72
35
Saddle of lamb
58
62
50
Beef fillet steak, 4 cm thick
56
61
120
Beef rump steak, 2.5 cm
thick
56
–
120
63
67
60
Meat
Duck breast, whole
Pork fillet, whole
x
 Temperature /  Duration
* Degree of doneness
The "Done" degree of doneness uses a higher core temperature than "Medium". Results are
not the same as for well done in traditional roasting methods.
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Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking
Reheating
Only reheat brassicas, e.g. kohlrabi and
cauliflower in combination with a sauce.
Without sauce, an unpleasant cabbagelike taste and grey-brown colour may
develop.
Food with a short cooking duration or
which continues cooking during reheating, e.g. fish, is not suitable for reheating.
Preparation
Place the cooked food into ice water for
approx. 1 hour directly after cooking.
The rapid cooling prevents the food
from continuing to cook, which helps
retain the optimum cooked condition.
Then store the food in the refrigerator at
a maximum temperature of 5 °C.
Please note that the quality of the
food decreases the longer it is
stored.
We recommend that you do not store
the food in the refrigerator for longer
than 5 days before reheating.
Settings
Oven functions  | Sous-vide 
Temperature: see chart
Duration: see chart
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Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking
Chart for reheating Sous-vide cooked food
2
 [°C]
Food
Medium
1
 [min]
Well
1
done
Meat
Saddle of lamb
58
62
30
Beef fillet steak, 4 cm thick
56
61
30
Beef rump steak, 2.5 cm thick
56
–
30
Pork fillet, whole
63
67
30
Vegetables
3
85
15
85
10
85
10
Beans, white, soaked in a ratio of 1:2
(beans : liquid)
90
10
Shallots, whole
85
10
Cauliflower florets, medium to large
3
Kohlrabi, sliced
Fruit
Pineapple, sliced
Miscellaneous
 Temperature /  Duration
1
Degree of doneness
The "Done" degree of doneness uses a higher core temperature than "Medium". Results are
not the same as for well done in traditional roasting methods.
2
Durations apply for food with an initial temperature of approx. 5 °C (refrigerator temperature).
3
Reheat only in sauce.
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Special applications
Reheat
To reheat food which was cooked using the Sous-vide method, use the
Sous-vide function (see "Sous-vide
(vacuum) cooking – Reheating").
The steam oven is very effective at reheating food gently, without drying it
out or cooking it further. The food will
reheat evenly and does not need to be
stirred during the reheating process.
You can reheat individual dishes or
plated meals which have been prepared
previously (e.g. meat, vegetables and
potatoes).
Suitable containers
Small quantities can be reheated on a
plate, larger quantities should be placed
in a cooking container.
Duration
10-15 minutes are usually sufficient for
one plate of food. More than one plate
will need a little longer.
If you are reheating several plated
meals one after the other, the reheating
time can be reduced by around 5
minutes for the second and subsequent
plates as the oven will still be hot.
Tips
– Food does not need to be covered
before it is reheated.
– Do not reheat large items, such as a
joint of roast meat, whole. Divide it
into portions and reheat these as
plated meals.
– Compact items, such as stuffed peppers or roulades, should be cut in
half.
– Please note that breaded items, such
as schnitzel, will not retain their crispness when they are reheated.
– Reheat sauces separately, except for
dishes such as stew and casseroles
where the sauce is part of the dish.
Settings
Special applications
 | Reheat
or
Oven functions
Fan plus
 | Combi mode  |

Temperature: see chart
Moisture: see chart
Duration: see chart
Moisture
The more moist the food, the less moisture needs to be added.
99
Special applications
 [°C]
 [%]
 [min]
120
70
8–10
Pasta
Rice
Potatoes, cut in half lengthways
120
70
8–10
Dumplings
Mashed potato
140
70
18–20
140
70
11–13
140
70
10–12
120
70
10–12
Food
Vegetables
Carrots
Cauliflower
Kohlrabi
Beans
Side dishes
Meat and poultry
Sliced meat, 1 ¹/₂ cm thick
Roulades, sliced
Goulash
Lamb stew
Chicken escalopes
Turkey escalopes, sliced
Fish
Fish fillet
Fish roulade, halved
Plated meals
Spaghetti, in tomato sauce
Pork roast, potatoes and vegetables
Stuffed peppers (cut in half), rice
Chicken fricassee, rice
Vegetable soup
Creamed soup
Clear broth
Casserole
 Temperature /  Moisture /  Duration
100
Special applications
Defrost
Tips
It is much quicker to defrost food in the
steam oven than at room temperature.
– Fish does not need to be fully defrosted before cooking. Defrost so that
the surface is sufficiently thawed to
take herbs and seasoning. Depending
on the thickness of the fish, 2 - 5
minutes should be enough.
Temperature
60 °C is the best temperature for defrosting.
Exception: 50 °C for minced meat and
game
Before and after defrosting
Remove all packaging before defrosting.
Exceptions: Leave bread, biscuits and
cakes in their packaging as otherwise
they will absorb moisture and become
soft.
Allow defrosted food to stand at room
temperature after removing it from the
oven. The standing time is necessary to
allow the even distribution of heat.
Cooking containers
 Danger of salmonella poisoning.
– When defrosting food which has
frozen together, e.g. berries, chops,
fish fillets etc. separate it about halfway through the defrosting time.
– Do not refreeze food once it has
thawed.
– Defrost frozen pre-cooked meals according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Settings
Special applications
 | Defrost
or
Oven functions
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: see chart
Defrosting duration: see chart
Do not use the liquid from defrosted
meat or poultry. Pour it away and
wash the container, the sink and your
hands.
Use a perforated container with a solid
container underneath it when defrosting
food which will drip, such as poultry.
This way food will not be lying in defrosted liquid.
Food which does not drip can be defrosted in a solid container.
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Special applications
Quantity
 [°C]
 [min]
 [min]
Cheese slices
125 g
60
15
10
Quark
250 g
60
20–25
10–15
Cream
250 g
60
20–25
10–15
Soft cheese
100 g
60
15
10–15
Apple sauce
250 g
60
20–25
10–15
Apple pieces
250 g
60
20–25
10–15
Apricots
500 g
60
25–28
15–20
Strawberries
300 g
60
8–10
10–12
Raspberries / Blackcurrants
300 g
60
8
10–12
Cherries
150 g
60
15
10–15
Peaches
500 g
60
25–28
15–20
Plums
250 g
60
20–25
10–15
Gooseberries
250 g
60
20–22
10–15
300 g
60
20–25
10–15
Fish fillets
400 g
60
15
10–15
Trout
500 g
60
15–18
10–15
Lobster
300 g
60
25–30
10–15
Small shrimps
300 g
60
4–6
5
480 g
60
20–25
10–15
125–150 g each
60
8–10
15–20
Minced meat
250 g
50
15–20
10–15
Minced meat
500 g
50
20–30
10–15
Goulash
500 g
60
30–40
10–15
Food to be defrosted
Dairy products
Fruit
Vegetables
Frozen in a block
Fish
Ready meals
Meat, vegetables, side
dishes / Stew / Soup
Meat
Roast meat, sliced
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Special applications
Quantity
 [°C]
 [min]
 [min]
Goulash
1000 g
60
50–60
10–15
Liver
250 g
60
20–25
10–15
Saddle of hare
500 g
50
30–40
10–15
Saddle of roebuck
1000 g
50
40–50
10–15
Cutlets / chops / sausages
800 g
60
25–35
15–20
Chicken
1000 g
60
40
15–20
Chicken drumsticks
150 g
60
20–25
10–15
Chicken escalopes
500 g
60
25–30
10–15
Turkey drumsticks
500 g
60
40–45
10–15
–
60
10–12
10–15
400 g
60
15
10–15
–
60
30
2
Rye bread, sliced
250 g
60
40
15
Whole grain bread, sliced
250 g
60
65
15
White bread, sliced
150 g
60
30
20
Food to be defrosted
Poultry
Baked goods
Puff pastries /Yeast buns
Creamed mixture cakes / biscuits
Bread / rolls
Bread rolls
 Temperature /  Duration /  Standing time
103
Special applications
Bottling
Fill volume
Only use unblemished, fresh produce
which is in good condition for bottling.
Fill the glass jars with produce up to a
maximum of 3 cm below the rim. Do
not pack it down as this will damage
the cell walls of the produce. Tap the jar
gently onto a cloth to help distribute the
contents evenly. Fill the jars with liquid.
The produce must be completely
covered.
Glass jars
Use clean glass jars and accessories
and check them for any defects. Glass
jars with twist off lids or glass lids with a
rubber seal are suitable.
Make sure that all the jars are the same
size so that bottling is carried out
evenly.
After you have filled the jars with the
bottled produce, clean the glass rims
with a clean cloth and hot water and
then seal the jars.
Fruit
Sort fruit carefully, rinse it briefly but
thoroughly and allow it to drain. Take
great care when cleaning soft fruit as it
is very delicate and squashes easily.
Remove any peel, stalks, cores or
stones. Cut up large fruit. For example,
cut apples into slices.
If you are bottling fruit with stones (e.g.
plums, apricots) without removing the
stones, pierce the fruit several times
with a fork or wooden skewer as otherwise it will burst.
Vegetables
Rinse, clean and cut up vegetables.
Vegetables should be blanched before
bottling to help them retain their colour
(see "Blanching").
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Use a sugar solution for fruit and a salt
or vinegar solution for vegetables.
Tips
– Make use of residual heat by leaving
the jars in the oven for 30 minutes
after it has switched off.
– Then cover the jars with a cloth and
allow to cool for approx. 24 hours.
Special applications
Procedure
 Place a perforated container on the lowest shelf level.
 Place the jars in the cooking container (all the same size). Ensure that they do
not touch one another.
Settings
Special applications
 | Bottling
or
Oven functions
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: see chart
Bottling duration: see chart
 [°C]
* [min]
Red / blackcurrants
80
50
Gooseberries
80
55
Cranberries
80
55
Cherries
85
55
Mirabelle plums
85
55
Plums
85
55
Peaches
85
55
Greengages
85
55
Apples
90
50
Apple sauce
90
65
Quinces
90
65
Beans
100
120
Broad beans
100
120
Gherkins
90
55
Produce
Berries
Fruit with stones
Fruit with pips
Vegetables
105
Special applications
Produce
 [°C]
* [min]
Beetroot
100
60
 Temperature /  Duration
* The durations quoted are for 1.0 litre jars. If using 0.5 litre jars, reduce the duration by
about 15 minutes. If using 0.25 litre jars, reduce the duration by about 20 minutes.
106
Special applications
Bottling cakes
Creamed, sponge and yeast dough mixtures are all suitable for bottling. Cakes will
keep for approx. 6 months.
Cakes made with fresh fruit are not suitable for long term storage, and must be
consumed within 2 days of being made.
Glass jars
Only use clean jars and accessories which are in perfect condition. Jars should be
narrower at the bottom than the top. 0.25 litre jars are the most suitable for bottling
cakes.
Jars must have a glass lid with metal spring clamp to seal them.
Make sure that all the jars are the same size so that bottling is carried out evenly.
Procedure
 Grease the inside of the jars with butter up to 1 cm below the rim.
 Sprinkle inside the jars with fine breadcrumbs.
 Fill the jars ¹/₂ to ²/₃ full with cake mixture (depending on recipe). Make sure the
rim stays clean.
 Place the rack on the second shelf level.
 Place the jars on the rack (all the same size) without lids on. Ensure that they
do not touch one another.
 Close the jars immediately after bottling by clamping the glass lid down securely. Do not let the cakes cool down. If the mixture has risen above the rim, it
can be pushed back down into the jar with the glass lid.
Type of
mixture
Function
Stage
 [°C]
 [%]
 [min]
Creamed
mixture

–
160
–
25–45
Sponge

–
160
–
50–55


1
2
30
160
100
30
10
30–35
Yeast
dough
 Temperature /  Moisture /  Duration
 Conventional heat /  Combi mode Conventional heat
107
Special applications
Extracting juice with steam
This appliance is ideal for extracting
juice from soft and medium firm fruit.
It is best to use overripe fruit, as the
riper the fruit the greater the quantity of
juice produced. Very ripe fruit will also
produce a more intense flavour.
Preparation
Sort and clean the fruit. Cut out any
blemishes.
Remove the stalks from grapes and
morello cherries as these are bitter. The
stalks do not need to be removed from
raspberries etc.
Cut larger fruit into chunks approx. 2
cm in size. The harder the fruit the
smaller the pieces should be.
Tips
– Try experimenting with mild and tart
fruit.
– Adding sugar will increase the quantity of juice produced and improve the
flavour. Sprinkle the fruit with sugar
and leave to absorb for a few hours
before juicing. For 1 kg of sweet fruit
add 50–100 g of sugar, and for 1 kg
of tart fruit add 100–150 g of sugar.
– If you wish to bottle the juice rather
than consume it straight away, pour it
whilst hot into hot, sterilised bottles,
and then seal immediately with sterilised tops.
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Procedure
 Put the prepared fruit (cleaned,
washed, chopped etc.) into a perforated cooking container.
 Place a solid container or the universal tray underneath to catch the juice.
Settings
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: 40–70 minutes
Oven functions
Special applications
Menu cooking (cooking whole
meals)
You can cook up to three different types
of food, e.g. fish with a side dish and
vegetables.
The food can be selected in any order
you like. The appliance will automatically sort them out in order of cooking
duration required. The one with the
longest duration goes in the oven first.
The Ready at and Start at functions are
not available with Menu cooking.
After you have confirmed Start Menu
cooking, the display will tell you which
food to put in the oven. At the end of
the heating-up phase, the display will
show when the next food type is to be
placed in the oven. This process will be
repeated for the third food type.
You can still cook food types not listed
in the display together. See "Menu
cooking - manually" for details on how
to do this.
Procedure
 Switch the steam oven on.
 Fill the water container and push it
back in so that it connects.
 Then place the condensate tray / universal tray (depending on model) in
the appliance.
 Select Special applications  | Menu
cooking.
 Select the food you want.
Depending on the type of food selected, you will be asked about the size
and how well done you want it cooked.
 Select or enter the values required
and then confirm your selection with
OK.
 Select Add food.
 Select the next food you want and
proceed in the same way as with the
first one.
 Repeat for the third type of food.
109
Special applications
Drying food
Only use the Drying or Combi mode  | Fan plus  function to dry food so that
moisture can be dissipated.
Procedure
 Cut the produce into similar sized pieces.
 Spread out across the rack covered in baking parchment.
Tip: Bananas and pineapple are not suitable for drying.
Settings
 | Drying
Temperature: see chart
Duration: see chart
Special applications
or
 | Combi mode  | Fan plus 
Temperature: see chart
Duration: see chart
Moisture: 0 %
Oven functions
 [°C]
 [h]
70
6–8
60–70
10–12
Pears, sliced
70
7–9
Herbs
60
1.5–2.5
Mushrooms
70
3–5
Tomatoes, sliced
70
7–9
Citrus fruit, sliced
70
8–9
60–70
10–12
Food
Apple, rings
Apricots, halved, stones removed
Damsons, stones removed
 Temperature /  Duration (hours)
110
Special applications
Make yoghurt
To make yoghurt, you will need either
fresh live yoghurt or yoghurt culture,
obtainable from health food shops.
Use natural yoghurt with live culture and
without additives. Heat-treated yoghurt
is not suitable.
The yoghurt must be fresh (short storage time).
You can use either unchilled long-life or
fresh milk.
Long-life milk can be used without any
further treatment. Fresh milk must first
be heated to 90 °C and then cooled
down to 35 °C. Do not boil it. Fresh milk
will give a better set than long-life milk.
The yoghurt and milk should have the
same percentage fat.
Possible reasons for unsatisfactory
results
Yoghurt has not set:
Incorrect storage of starter yoghurt, too
much time out of the refrigerator, e.g. in
transportation, damaged packaging,
milk not sufficiently heated.
Liquid has separated:
The jars were moved, yoghurt was not
cooled down quickly enough.
Yoghurt is gritty:
Milk was overheated or in poor condition, milk and starter yoghurt not evenly
stirred.
Tip: When using yoghurt enzyme,
yoghurt can be made from a milk /
cream mixture. Mix ³/₄ litre milk
with ¹/₄ litre cream.
Do not move or shake the jars whilst
the yoghurt is thickening.
Immediately after preparation leave the
yoghurt to cool in the fridge.
How well home prepared yoghurt sets
will depend on the consistency, fat content and the cultures used in the starter
yogurt. Not all yoghurts are suitable for
use as starter yoghurt.
111
Special applications
Procedure
Prove dough
 Mix 100 g yoghurt with 1 litre of milk
or make up the mixture with yoghurt
enzyme, following the instructions on
the packaging.
 Pour the mixture into jars and seal the
jars.
 Place the sealed jars in a perforated
container making sure they do not
touch one another.
 Immediately after the yoghurt has
been made, place the jars in the refrigerator, taking care not to shake
them unnecessarily.
 | Special |
Make yoghurt
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 40 °C
Duration: 5:00 hours
Oven functions
112
 Prepare the dough according to the
recipe.
 Place the dough in an uncovered
bowl in a perforated container or on
the rack.
Settings
 | Prove dough
Duration: as per recipe instructions
Special applications
or
 | Combi mode  |

Temperature: 30 °C
Duration: as per recipe instructions
Moisture: 100 %
Oven functions
Fan plus
Settings
Automatic programmes
Procedure
Special applications
Dissolve gelatine
Melt chocolate
Procedure
You can use the steam oven for melting
any type of chocolate.
 Gelatine leaves: Completely cover
the gelatine leaves with cold water
and leave to soak for 5 minutes. Remove the gelatine leaves from the
bowl and squeeze them out. Empty
the bowl. Place the squeezed gelatine
leaves back in the bowl.
 Gelatine powder: Place in a bowl
and add water according to the instructions on the packaging.
 Cover the bowl and place in a perforated container.
Settings
Procedure
 Break the chocolate into small
pieces. Leave chocolate cake covering in its packaging, and place in a
perforated cooking container.
 Place large quantities in a solid cooking container and small quantities in a
cup or a bowl.
 Cover the container or the dish with a
lid or with foil that is resistant to temperatures up to 100 °C and to hot
steam.
solve gelatine
 Stir large quantities once halfway
through cooking.
or
Settings
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 90 °C
Duration: 1 minute
Automatic programmes
Automatic programmes
Oven functions
 | Special | Dis-
 | Special | Melt
chocolate
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 65 °C
Duration: 20 minutes
Oven functions
113
Special applications
Skinning vegetables and fruit
Procedure
 Cut a cross in the top of tomatoes,
nectarines etc. This will allow the skin
to be removed more easily.
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Food
 [min]
Apricots
1
 Place the fruit / vegetables in a perforated cooking container if using
steam cooking and in the universal
tray if using the grill.
Almonds
1
Nectarines
1
Peppers
4
 To blanch almonds, it is important to
plunge them into cold water as soon
as they are taken out of the oven otherwise the skin cannot be removed.
Peaches
1
Tomatoes
1
Settings
 | Full grill 
Level: 3
Duration: see chart
Oven functions
Food
 [min]
Peppers
10
Tomatoes
7
 Duration
114
 Duration
Special applications
Apple storage
Blanching
You can treat homegrown apples in the
steam oven to increase the length of
time for which you can store them.
Once treated, the apples will keep for 5
to 6 months when stored in a dry, cool
and well-ventilated place. This method
is only suitable for apples and not for
other types of fruit.
Blanch vegetables before freezing
them. Blanching helps maintain the
quality of the produce when it is frozen.
Settings
Automatic programmes
Whole
 | Fruit | Apples |
| Preserving
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 50 °C
Duration: 5 minutes
Oven functions
Blanching vegetables also helps them
retain their original colour.
Procedure
 Put the prepared vegetables into a
perforated cooking container.
 Once blanched, plunge the vegetables into ice cold water to cool them
down quickly. Drain them well.
Settings
Special applications
 | Blanching
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: 1 minute
Oven functions
115
Special applications
Sweat onions
Cook bacon
Sweating means cooking the onions in
their own juices, with the addition of a
little fat if necessary.
The bacon does not brown.
 Place the bacon (diced or rashers) in
a solid cooking container.
Procedure
 Cut the onions up into small pieces
and place them in a solid cooking
container with a little butter.
 Cover the container or the dish with a
lid or with foil that is resistant to temperatures up to 100 °C and to hot
steam.
 | Special |
Sweat onions
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: 4 minutes
Oven functions
116
 Cover the container with a lid or with
foil that is temperature resistant up to
100 °C and to steam.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Special | Cook
bacon
or
Settings
Automatic programmes
Procedure
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: 4 minutes
Oven functions
Special applications
Disinfect items
Heating damp flannels
The steam oven can be used to disinfect baby bottles and other containers
so that at the end of the programme
they are as germ free as they would
have been had they been boiled. Check
beforehand that all parts, teats etc. are
declared by the manufacturer to be heat
resistant to 100 °C and also that they
can withstand hot steam.
Procedure
Dismantle, clean and thoroughly rinse
baby bottles. All parts of the bottles
must be completely dry before they are
reassembled to keep them germ free.
Procedure
 Moisten the flannels and then roll
them up.
 Place them beside one another in a
perforated cooking container.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Special | Heat
damp flannels
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 70 °C
Duration: 2 minutes
Oven functions
 Place the individual items on the rack
or in a perforated container (on their
sides or with the opening facing
downwards) ensuring that they do not
touch one another to allow hot steam
to reach them from all sides.
 Place the rack or container on the
lowest shelf level.
Settings
 | Disinfect items
Duration: 1 minute to 10 hours
Special applications
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: 15 minutes
Oven functions
117
Special applications
Decrystallise honey
Making eierstich
Procedure
Procedure
 Loosen the lid and place the jar of
honey in a perforated container.
 Mix 6 eggs with 375 ml milk (do not
beat until foamy).
 Stir the honey once during the cooking duration.
 Season the egg and milk mixture and
pour into a greased solid cooking
container with a little butter.
Settings
Automatic programmes
 | Special | De-
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 100 °C
Duration: 4 minutes
crystallise honey
Oven functions
or
 | Steam cooking 
Temperature: 60 °C
Duration: 90 minutes (irrespective of the
size of jar or the amount of honey in the
jar)
Oven functions
Pizza
Settings
Special applications
 | Pizza
or
Oven functions
 | Fan plus 
Temperature: 180–225 °C
Duration: 1–20 minutes
Tip: Use the rack lined with baking
parchment
118
Settings
Special applications
Making preserves
Procedure
Only use unblemished, fresh produce
which is in good condition.
 Fill jars maximum 2/3 full.
Glass jars
 Place the jars without their lids on in
a perforated container or on the rack.
After pouring in the fruit, clean the rim
of the jar with a clean cloth and hot water.
 At the end of the programme take the
jars out of the steam oven using oven
gloves. Leave them to stand for 1 - 2
minutes before sealing them with
twist off lids and then leave them to
cool.
Preparation
Settings
Sort fruit carefully, rinse it briefly but
thoroughly and allow it to drain. Take
great care when cleaning soft fruit as it
is very delicate and squashes easily.
Remove any stalks, cores or stones.
Oven functions
Only use sterilised jars with twist-off lids
up to a maximum capacity of 250 ml.
 | Combi mode  |

Temperature: 150 °C
Duration: 35 minutes
Moisture: 0 %
Fan plus
Purée the fruit as otherwise the preserve will not set. Add jam sugar to the
fruit (according to packet instructions)
and stir well.
For sweet fruit and berries you should
also add some citric acid.
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Special applications
Sabbath programme
This programme is for religious observance.
The Sabbath programme cannot be
selected if an alarm has been set or a
minute minder time is counting down.
The programme uses Conventional
heat  and cannot be altered.
Procedure
The programme will only start after the
door is opened and closed:
 Select Sabbath programme.
– The steam oven will heat up to the
temperature you have set and will
maintain this temperature for a maximum of 72 hours.
–
appears constantly in the display.
Sabbath programme
– The time of day display is switched
off.
– The interior lighting does not come
on, even when the door is opened.
If the Lighting | On setting has been selected, the lighting remains switched
on when the Sabbath programme has
been selected and will stay on for the
duration of the programme.
 Select Special applications .
 Set the required temperature.
 Select Start.
and the set temperature will appear in the display.
Sabbath programme
The oven is ready for use.
 Open the door when you want to
start the programme.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Close the door.
The programme will start after approximately 5 minutes.
A Sabbath programme that has been
started cannot be changed, nor can it
be saved under User programmes.
If you want to end the programme early:
 Switch the steam oven off.
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Food probe
How the food probe works
The metal tip of the food probe is inserted into the food. There is a temperature sensor in the metal tip which measures the core temperature of the food
during cooking.
The core temperature set will depend
on how well cooked you want your
meat to be and on the type of meat.
The temperature can be set between
30 and 99 °C.
The cooking duration will depend on a
number of different factors. The higher
the temperature in the oven compartment and the moisture, where applicable and the thinner the meat, the
quicker the set core temperature will be
reached.
closed. It will take a few seconds for the
current core temperature to show up in
the display again.
The food probe will be damaged if
used incorrectly.
If the food probe is not being used, it
must not be left in the oven during a
cooking programme. The temperature sensor will be destroyed at temperatures over 100 °C.
For this reason, the food probe
should be replaced in its holder in
the door when it is not being used.
It will not be damaged when it is inserted into the food, as it is only possible to select core temperatures up
to 99 °C.
The cooking programme will finish automatically when the core temperature in
the meat reaches the value set for the
food probe. Exception: In Combi
mode  or User programmes where
another cooking stage, e.g. browning
has been set.
The core temperature value is sent via a
signal from the transmitter in the handle
of the food probe via the antenna in the
middle of the top heating element to the
appliance's electronic unit as soon as
the food with the food probe is placed
in the oven.
Uninterrupted transmission of the signal
is only possible with the door shut. If
the oven door is opened during the
cooking programme, e.g. to baste the
meat, then the signal is interrupted. It
will resume once the door has been
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Food probe
When to use it
The food probe can be used in the following operating modes:
–
–
Combi mode  | Fan plus 
Combi mode  | Conventional
Important notes about using
the food probe
To ensure the probe works correctly,
please observe the following instructions.
heat 
–
Fan plus 
–
Fan grill 
–
Conventional heat 
–
Intensive bake 
–
Cake plus 
–
Steam cooking 
–
Special applications  | Reheat
– Do not use deep, narrow, metal
cooking containers, as these will
weaken the signal.
– Do not place any metal items above
the food probe, such as lids, aluminium foil, the rack or universal tray
on a shelf level above the food with
the food probe. Glass lids may be
used.
– Do not use a second standard proprietary food probe made of metal at
the same time.
– Do not allow the handle of the food
probe to sit in any sauce or cooking
liquid, or to rest on the food or on the
edge of the cooking container.
The food probe handle must not
touch the top heating element/grill
element during cooking.
Danger of breaking.
Do not use the food probe to lift or
carry the food.
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Food probe
The metal tip of the food probe must be
fully inserted into the centre of the food.
The handle should be angled upwards
and not horizontally towards the
corners or the door of the oven.
Procedure
 Prepare the meat in the usual way.
 Remove the food probe from its
holder behind the control panel.
Do not let the metal tip touch any bones
or insert it into a particularly fatty area
of the meat. Contact with fat or bone
can lead to the oven being switched off
too early.
If the meat is very heavily marbled with
fat, select the highest core temperature
given in the chart.
When using roasting bags, insert the
probe through the bag into the centre of
the meat.
You can also place the meat, with the
food probe inserted, inside the bag. Follow the roasting bag manufacturer's instructions.
If wrapping meat in aluminium foil, the
food probe must be inserted through
the foil to the centre of the meat.
 Insert the metal tip of the food probe
fully into the food. Make sure that the
handle is angled upwards.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select the function you want.
 Alter the recommended and / or core
temperature if necessary.
 Danger of burning.
The handle of the food probe can get
hot.
Wear oven gloves when removing
the food probe.
 If the food probe is not recognised,
reposition the probe in the food.
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Food probe
Tips
– If you are cooking several pieces of
meat together, insert the food probe
in the largest piece of meat.
– If the food is not cooked sufficiently
when the core temperature is
reached, insert the food probe into
another place or increase the core
temperature and repeat the programme.
Meat
Roast veal
Gammon joint
 [°C]
75–80
75
Leg of lamb
80–85
Saddle of lamb
70–75
Saddle of
roebuck / hare
65–75
Roast beef
80–90
Fillet of beef / Sirloin joint
rare
medium
well done
Pork / Blade roast
45
55
75
80–90
Pork tenderloin /
Chump end
75
Game / Rump cut
80–90
 Core temperature
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Roasting
Roasting tips
Combination mode 
 Insert the grease filter into the back
wall.
The lower the temperature in the oven,
the longer the cooking duration and the
more tender the result.
Frozen meat must be defrosted before it is cooked.
 Always defrost meat before roasting.
 Remove skin and sinew before roasting.
 Season the meat to taste and dot
with butter, or in the case of game,
bard with rashers of streaky bacon.
Tip: Game can be marinated overnight
e.g. in buttermilk, to tenderise it.
 If you are cooking several pieces of
meat together, select pieces that are
similar in size.
 Roast meat on the rack above the
universal tray. The meat juices will
collect in the tray and can then be
used to make a gravy or sauce.
Lean meat
The addition of steam prevents the surface of lean meat from drying out. Excellent results can be achieved when
using 5 cooking stages for the programme.
– Cooking stage 1: pre-heat the oven
with the rack above the universal tray.
– Cooking stage 2: brown the meat.
– Cooking stage 3: adjust the temperature to a temperature suitable for
continued roasting.
– Cooking stage 4: cook until tender.
– Cooking stage 5: continue cooking to
the required level of "doneness".
 Allow a standing time of approx. 10
minutes before carving meat to allow
the meat juices to be evenly distributed.
We recommend Combi mode  | Fan
plus  and Combi mode  | Conventional heat  for roasting.
If you wish to use other functions you
can enter your cooking stages as a
User programme (see "User programmes").
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Roasting
Fatty meat with crackling
– Cooking stage 1: use a high temperature to render the fat and brown the
crackling.
– Cooking stage 2: reduce the temperature and increase the moisture
– Cooking stage 3: increase the temperature for crispy crackling.
Braised dishes
– Cooking stage 1: pre-heat the oven
and the universal tray.
– Cooking stage 2: brown the meat.
– Cooking stage 3: braise the meat at a
temperature of 100 °C with 84 %
moisture.
Poultry
– Cooking stage 1: use a high temperature and a high moisture level to
render the fat.
– Cooking stage 2: lower the temperature.
– Cooking stage 3: increase the temperature and reduce the humidity to
dry out and crisp the skin.
Please refer to the roasting chart which
follows for details on the settings.
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Roasting
Roasting chart
Stage
Function

[°C]

[%]

[min]

[°C]
Duck up to 2 kg,
stuffed
1
2
3



190
100
190
40
80
–
20
140
23
–
–
–
Duck up to 2 kg, unstuffed
1
2
3



190
100
190
40
80
–
20
100
23
–
–
–
Duck breast, rare
1
2
3



Level 3
30
Level 3
0
0
0
15
20
7–13
–
–
–
Duck breast, well
done
1
2
3
4




Level 3
30
Level 3
30
0
0
0
0
15
20
7–13
5
–
–
–
–
Goose, approx. 4.5 kg
1
2
3



190
100
190
40
80
–
30
270
23
–
–
–
Chicken, whole
1
2
3



225
150
Level 3
0
55
0
20
60
2–12
–
–
–
Chicken drumsticks
1
2
3



200
225
Level 3
95
0
0
30–25
13–18
0–7
–
–
–
Turkey roulade,
stuffed/unstuffed
1
2
3



190
140
200
40
75
–
20
100
4–8
–
–
–
Turkey breast
1
2


170
Level 3
65
–
85
0–9
–
–
Type of meat
Poultry
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Roasting
Stage
Function

[°C]

[%]

[min]

[°C]
–
–
–



175
165
160
–
–
–
–
–
–
45
55
75
rare*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
60
60
0
0
0
49
10
8
30
30
–
–
–
–
medium*
1
2
3
4
5





Level 3
Level 3
100
65
70
0
0
0
49
51
10
10
20
60
60
–
–
–
–
–
1
2
3
4
5
6






Level 3
Level 3
100
65
90
200
0
0
0
49
68
–
10
10
20
60
50
5
–
–
–
–
–
–
1
2
3
4
5
6






Level 3
Level 3
100
65
90
200
0
0
0
49
68
–
10
10
20
60
80
5
–
–
–
–
–
–
Type of meat
Veal
Fillet/saddle (roast)
rare
medium
well done
Fillet/saddle (roast
with moisture)
Fillet (roast with moisture)
Well done*
Saddle / crown roast
(roast with moisture)
Well done*
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Roasting
Stage
Function

[°C]

[%]

[min]

[°C]
Shank
1
2


100
190
84
–
155
17
–
–
Pot roast*
1
2
3



Level 3
Level 3
100
0
0
84
10
10
165
–
–
1
2


Level 3
100
–
57
18
190
–
–
Medium*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
30
75
–
–
0
47
10
8
30
40
–
–
–
–
Well done*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
30
100
–
–
0
57
10
10
30
100
–
–
–
–
Fillet
–

200
–
–
75
Gammon joint
1
2


200
130
0
100
30
–
–
75
Pork with crackling
1
2
3



225
100
165–185
54
84
–
40
120
20–25
–
–
–
Pork loin
1
2


180
130
50
30
30
–
–
75
–
–
–



175
170
165
–
–
–
–
–
–
45
55
75
Type of meat
Lamb
Leg of lamb
Saddle / crown roast
Pork
Beef
Fillet (roast)
rare
medium
well done
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Roasting
Stage
Function

[°C]

[%]

[min]

[°C]
rare*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
60
60
0
0
0
49
10
10
30
30
–
–
–
–
medium*
1
2
3
4
5





Level 3
Level 3
100
65
70
0
0
0
49
51
10
10
20
60
60
–
–
–
–
–
1
2
3
4
5
6






Level 3
Level 3
100
65
90
200
0
0
0
49
68
–
10
10
20
60
105
8
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–



175
170
165
–
–
–
–
–
–
45
55
75
rare*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
60
60
0
0
0
49
10
10
30
30
–
–
–
–
medium*
1
2
3
4
5





Level 3
Level 3
100
65
70
0
0
0
49
51
10
10
20
60
60
–
–
–
–
–
Type of meat
Fillet (roast with moisture)
Fillet (roast with moisture)
Well done*
Sirloin joint (roast)
rare
medium
well done
Sirloin joint (roast with
moisture)
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Roasting
Stage
Function

[°C]

[%]

[min]

[°C]
Well done*
1
2
3
4
5
6






Level 3
Level 3
100
65
90
200
0
0
0
49
68
–
10
10
20
60
135
8
–
–
–
–
–
–
Roulades**
1
2
3



Level 3
Level 3
100
0
0
84
10
10
120
–
–
–
Pot roast**
1
2
3



Level 3
Level 3
100
0
0
84
10
10
205
–
–
–
medium*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
30
75
–
–
0
52
10
7
30
40
–
–
–
–
Well done*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
30
100
–
–
0
47
10
13
30
107
–
–
–
–
Venison rump
1
2


Level 3
100
–
57
20
160
–
–
medium*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
30
75
–
–
0
47
10
10
15
55
–
–
–
–
Well done*
1
2
3



Level 3
Level 3
100
–
–
47
10
10
84
–
–
–
Type of meat
Game
Saddle of roebuck or
venison
Saddle of roebuck
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Roasting
Type of meat
Stage
Function

[°C]

[%]

[min]

[°C]
Roebuck rump
1
2


Level 3
100
–
57
20
130
–
–
Wild boar, rump cut
1
2


Level 3
100
–
57
20
145
–
–
rare*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
30
65
–
–
0
49
10
8
15
157
–
–
–
–
medium*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
30
80
–
–
0
66
10
13
15
157
–
–
–
–
Well done*
1
2
3
4




Level 3
Level 3
30
100
–
–
0
57
10
13
30
142
–
–
–
–
Miscellaneous
Ostrich
 Temperature/Grill level /  Moisture /  Duration /  Core temperature
 Combi mode Fan plus /  Combi mode Full grill /  Combi mode Conventional heat /  Full grill /  Fan grill
* In stage 1 place the universal tray on shelf level 2 and the rack on shelf level 3 without
food on it and pre-heat the oven. Place the meat on the pre-heated rack at the beginning of
stage 2.
** In stage 1 place the universal tray on shelf level 3 without food on it and pre-heat the
oven. Place the meat on the pre-heated universal tray at the beginning of stage 2.
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Baking
Eating food which has been cooked
correctly is important for good
health.
Only bake cakes, pizza, chips etc.
until they are golden. Do not overcook them.
Fan plus 
For baking on several levels
 When using Fan plus, reduce the
temperatures given for Conventional
heat by about 20 °C.
Conventional heat 
For baking traditional recipes, e.g. rich
fruit cake and making soufflés.
Bottom heat 
Use this setting towards the end of baking, to brown the base of a cake, quiche
or pizza.
Cake plus 
For creamed mixtures, choux pastry
(e.g. eclairs) and frozen pretzels.
Intensive bake 
For baking cakes with a moist topping,
e.g. cheese cake, fresh fruit cakes,
quiche and flans. Also suitable for items
such as pizza without the need to prebake the base.
 Use the bottom shelf level.
 Only bake on one level at a time.
Combination mode 
 Bake tray bakes on shelf level 3 and
cakes in tins on shelf level 2.
The gleaming finish on bread, rolls and
puff pastry is achieved by adding steam
(maximum moisture, low temperature) in
cooking stage 1. Browning is achieved
using a high moisture level and a high
temperature. The drying out phase
takes place with low moisture and a
high temperature.
 If using an older recipe or cookbook,
set the oven temperature for Conventional heat 10 °C lower than that recommended. This will not change
cooking durations.
Top heat 
Select at the end of the cooking duration to brown the topping on a dish.
For gratins and bakes.
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Baking
Baking tips
Grease filter
 Remove the grease filter from the
back panel as otherwise results can
be uneven. (Exception: Flans with a
deep, fresh fruit filling, e.g. plums or
damsons, pizza with lots of topping).
Bakeware
 Dark-coloured tins are best for baking. These conduct the heat more
swiftly to the mixture. Shiny metal tins
reflect heat.
Cakes in shiny metal tins take longer
to cook.
 Bake cakes in rectangular tins with
the longer side across the width of
the oven for optimum heat distribution and even results.
 For Automatic programmes please
refer to the cookbook for information
on suitable baking containers.
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Universal tray
Because of its PerfectClean non-stick
surface the universal tray does not need
to be greased or lined with baking
parchment for baking.
Shelf level
 Bake on a maximum of two levels at
the same time. When baking on two
levels at the same time, follow the instructions given in "Automatic programmes".
Baking parchment
Baking parchment should be used with:
– Anything with a high salt content (e.g.
pretzels, bread sticks), because sodium can damage the PerfectClean
surface,
– Meringues or sponges with a high
egg-white content, because they are
more likely to stick.
– Puff pastry
Baking
Frozen food
Notes on the baking chart
 When baking deep frozen products
such as chips, croquettes, cakes,
pizza and baguettes, use the lowest
temperature quoted on the manufacturer's packaging.
 As a general rule, select the lower
temperature given in the chart.
 Cook frozen goods such as cakes,
pizza or baguettes on a layer of baking parchment placed on the rack.
Baking large frozen items on the universal tray can cause the metal to
distort to such an extent that the tray
cannot be taken out of the oven.
 Small items of frozen food such as
oven chips or potato croquettes can
be cooked on the universal tray.
Place them on baking parchment and
turn several times during cooking.
 Do not set a temperature higher than
that recommended. Increasing the
temperature may reduce the baking
duration, but will lead to uneven
browning, and unsatisfactory cooking
results.
 Check if the food is cooked at the
end of the shortest duration quoted.
To check if a cake is ready, insert a
wooden skewer into the centre. It is
ready if the skewer comes out clean,
without dough or crumbs sticking to
it.
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Baking
Baking chart
Stage
Function
 [°C]
 [%]
 [min]
Tray
–

150–180
–
25
Springform tin
–

160–170
–
25–35
Filled
1
2
3
4




100
190–210
190–210
190–210
100
90
75
0
7
10
5
6
Small pastries*
–

180
–
15
–

150–185
0
50
Bagels
1
2


100
200
100
0
10
24
Baguettes, spelt
bread
1
2
3
4




40
50
210
180–210
100
100
50
0
8
4
6
30
Butter cake
1
2


160
120–165
90
0
15
10
Croissants
1
2
3



90
160
160–190
100
90
0
2
10
27
Triple grain bread
1
2
3



30
150
150
100
50
0
15
10
100
Flat bread
1
2
3
4




40
50
210
155–190
100
100
0
0
10
2
6
25
Food
Sponge mix
Puff pastry
Choux pastry
Choux buns /
Éclairs
Yeast dough
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Baking
Stage
Function
 [°C]
 [%]
 [min]
Plaited loaf
1
2
3
4




40
50
200
160–200
100
100
50
0
8
2
10
12
White bread in tin
1
2
3
4




40
50
210
220
100
100
50
0
8
4
6
25–50
Herb rolls
1
2


155
200
90
0
9
15–25
Multigrain rolls
1
2


155
210
90
0
9
20–30
Pizza / Plum cake
–

175–205
–
35
Plaited Swiss loaf
1
2


90
170–210
100
50
6
45
Stollen
1
2


150
130–160
100
0
30
30
Streusel cake
1
2
3



30
160
130–180
100
90
0
30
25
10
Sweet rolls
1
2
3
4




40
50
200
200
100
100
50
0
8
2
10
8–13
Wholegrain bread
1
2
3
4




40
50
210
190–215
100
100
50
0
8
4
6
30
White bread
1
2
3
4




40
50
210
170–210
100
100
50
0
8
4
6
30
White rolls
1
2


155
200
90
0
9
20–30
Food
137
Baking
Stage
Function
 [°C]
 [%]
 [min]
Mixed wheatgrain
bread
1
2
3
4




40
50
210
180–220
100
100
50
0
8
4
6
30
Onion tart
–

190
–
25–35
Small cakes
1
2


185
185
50
0
6
10–15
Tin with dry topping
–

200
85
35
Tin with moist topping*
1
2


210
190
0
0
15
20–30
Tray bake with
topping
–

170–190
–
35–45
Sweet rolls
1
2
3



50
165
165
100
50
0
5
5
14–26
Pizza
–

155–185
–
30
Tray bake
–

160–180
–
45–55
Cake tin
–

170–190
–
55
Tray bake with fruit
topping
–

170–190
–
40
Small cakes
–

150–190
95
25
Baumkuchen
–

Level 3
–
2–3**
Mixed rye bread
1
2


210
190–210
50
0
5
50
Rye bread
1
2
3



210
210
155–170
60
0
0
6
6
60
Food
Shortcrust pastry
Quark dough
Creamed mixture
Sourdough
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Baking
Food
Stage
Function
 [°C]
 [%]
 [min]
1
2


30
190
90
0
7
35–60
Strudel
Apple strudel
 Temperature/Grill level /  Moisture /  Duration
 Combi mode Fan plus /  Combi mode Conventional heat /
 Conventional heat /  Fan plus /  Intensive bake /  Cake plus /  Full grill
* Pre-heat the oven with nothing in it.
** Per layer
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Grilling
 Danger of burning.
Grilling tips
The appliance door must remain shut
during grilling, as otherwise the controls will get hot.
 Place the food on the rack on top of
universal tray.
The food probe cannot be used with
Full grill , Economy grill  and Combi
mode  | Full grill .
Full grill 
 When grilling fish, place the fish on a
piece of baking paper cut to size.
 Place the food in the steam oven
without pre-heating. Pre-heating the
steam oven is not necessary when
grilling.
For grilling thin cuts in large quantities
and for browning large baked dishes.
 Grill thick items, e.g. half a chicken, in
the middle and thin items, e.g. steak,
on the top shelf level.
Economy grill 
 Turn the food after ²/₃ of the cooking
time has elapsed. Fish does not need
to be turned.
For grilling thin cuts in small quantities
and for browning small baked dishes
Fan grill 
For grilling thicker items, e.g. rolled
meat, poultry pieces.
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Grilling
Tips
– Marinate or add a little oil if necessary to lean meat. Do not use other
types of fat as they can burn and
cause smoke.
– Pierce sausages before grilling.
– It is best to grill food of a similar
thickness at the same time so that
the grilling time for each item does
not vary too greatly.
– To grill thicker pieces of food more
gradually after an initial high temperature, continue grilling at a lower
temperature setting or use a lower
shelf runner to allow the food to cook
through to the centre.
– One way of finding out how far
through a piece of meat has been
cooked is to press down on it with a
spoon.
– If there is very little resistance to
the pressure of the spoon, it will
still be red on the inside ("rare").
– If there is some resistance the inside will be pink (medium).
– If there is great resistance, it is
thoroughly cooked through ("well
done").
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Grilling
Grilling chart
Function
 [°C]
 [%]
 [min]
Trout

Level 3
–
25–30
Salmon

180
–
35
Mackerel

Level 3
–
25
Rissoles

Level 3
–
20
Bratwurst
fresh / precooked

Level 3
–
15–20
Toast

Level 3
–
5–8
Toast with
toppings

Level 3
–
8–15

Level 3
30
23
Food
Fish
Meat / sausages
Miscellaneous
Corn on the
cob
 Temperature / Grill level /  Moisture /  Duration
 Full grill /  Fan grill /  Combi mode Full grill
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Settings
Open the "Settings" menu
From the main menu:
 Select  Settings.
You can now check or change the settings.
Settings cannot be changed while a
cooking programme is in progress.
Changing and saving settings
 Select  Settings.
 Swipe across the screen until the setting you want appears, then touch it
to select it.
The settings which are currently selected will have a coloured frame around
them.
 Swipe across the screen until the option you want appears, then touch it
to select it.
 Confirm with OK.
The setting is now saved.
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Settings
Settings overview
Option
Language 
Available settings
... / deutsch / english / ...
Time
Display
Country
On
/ Off * / Night dimming
Clock type
Analogue
* / Digital
Clock format
24 h
* / 12 h (am/pm)
Set
Date
/ On for 15 seconds *
Lighting
On
Start screen
Main menu
Oven functions
Automatic programmes
Special applications
MyMiele
User programmes
Brightness

Volume
Buzzer tones
Keypad tone
Welcome melody
On
Units
* / Off
Weight
g
* / lb / lb/oz
Temperature
Keeping warm
Automatic rinse
Steam reduction
°C * / °F
/ Off *
On * / Off
On * / Off
On Recommended temperatures
Safety
System lock 
On
/ Off *
Sensor lock
On
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/ Off *
Settings
Option
Available settings
Water hardness
Soft
Medium
Hard *
Showroom programme
Demo mode
On
Factory default
/ Off *
Settings
User programmes
Recommended temperatures
MyMiele
*
Factory default setting
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Settings
Language 
Clock display
You can set the language and the country you want.
The time of day can be displayed in
Analogue (in the form of a clock face) or
Digital (h:min). With the digital display,
the date is also shown.
After selecting and confirming your
choice, the language you have selected
will appear in the display.
Tip: If you have selected the wrong language by mistake, select  Settings
and the  symbol to get back to the
Language  menu.
Clock format
You can select whether the time shows
as a 24 h or 12 h clock.
–
The time of day is shown in 24 hour
clock format.
Time of day
Display
24 h
–
12 h (am/pm)
The time of day is shown in 12 hour
clock format.
Select how you want the time of day to
show in the display when the steam
oven is switched off:
Setting the time
–
Set the hours and the minutes.
On
The time of day always appears in
the display. You can switch the lighting  on and off or use the alarm +
minute minder  functions or open
and close the control panel  by
touching the relevant sensor.
–
–
If there is an interruption to the power
supply, the current time of day will reappear once power has been restored.
The time is stored in memory for about
200 hours.
Off
Synchronise
The display is switched off to save
energy. The steam oven has to be
switched on before you can use it.
This also applies to using the oven
interior lighting , the alarm and
minute minder  functions and
opening and closing the control
panel .
This option only appears if you are connected to the Miele@home system (see
separate instructions).
Night dimming
To save energy the time is only
shown in the display between 05:00
and 23:00. The rest of the time it is
not visible.
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Settings
Date
Volume
Set the date.
Buzzer tones
When the steam oven is switched off,
the date will only appear in the display
if the Time | Clock type | Digital is selected.
Lighting
–
On
The interior lighting is switched on
during the entire cooking period.
–
On for 15 seconds
The oven lighting turns off
15 seconds after a programme starts.
Touching  switches it on for another 15 seconds.
Start screen
The main menu will appear in the display when the steam oven is switched
on. You can change this default setting
so that, for instance, the oven functions
or MyMiele settings appear in the display.
The volume setting is represented by a
bar with seven segments.

Maximum volume is selected when all
segments are filled. If none of the segments are filled the volume is switched
off.
 Select Quieter or Louder, to adjust the
volume.
 Select On or Off to switch the buzzer
tones on or off.
Keypad tone
The volume setting is represented by a
bar with seven segments.

Maximum volume is selected when all
segments are filled. If none of the segments are filled the volume is switched
off.
Brightness
 Select Quieter or Louder, to adjust the
volume.
The display brightness is represented
by a bar with seven segments.
 Select On or Off to switch the keypad
tone on or off.

Welcome melody
 Select Darker or Lighter to change the
brightness of the display.
The melody that sounds when you
touch the On/Off sensor  can be
switched on or off.
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Settings
Units
Weight
–
g
Weight in Automatic programmes is
set using grammes.
–
Keeping warm
Please note that delicate food, especially fish, can continue cooking whilst
being kept warm.
–
lb
The keeping warm function is activated as standard with Steam cooking  if a temperature above approx. 80 °C is selected. If food is not
removed from the oven at the end of
a programme, the keeping warm
function will automatically start after
approx. 5 minutes. Keeping warm will
appear in the display and the food
will be kept warm for approx.
15 minutes at a temperature of 70 °C.
The keeping warm function is cancelled when the display or  is
touched or the door is opened.
Weight in Automatic programmes is
set using pounds.
–
lb/oz
Weight in Automatic programmes is
set using pounds and ounces.
Temperature
–
°C
The temperature is displayed in degrees Celsius.
–
°F
The temperature is displayed in degrees Fahrenheit.
On
–
Off
The keeping warm function has been
deactivated.
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Settings
Automatic rinsing
Recommended temperatures
Following a cooking programme with
steam Appliance rinsing will appear in the
display after the steam oven has been
switched off.
If you cook with different temperatures
a lot it makes sense to change the recommended temperature.
Any remaining food deposits are
flushed out of the system.
You can activate or deactivate the automatic rinsing process.
Steam reduction
–
On
The steam reduction function will
switch on automatically at the end of
a cooking programme which uses a
temperature of over approx. 80 °C
(steam cooking) or 80-100 °C and
100% moisture (Combi mode). This
reduces the amount of steam which
escapes when the door is opened.
Steam reduction will appear in addition
to Process finished in the display.
–
Off
If steam reduction is switched off the
Keeping warm function is also automatically switched off. If steam reduction is switched off a large
amount of steam will escape when
the door is opened.
Once an option has been selected the
function or special application will appear together with the recommended
temperature.
 Select the function / special application you want.
 Change the recommended temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
Safety
System lock 
The system lock prevents the appliance
being switched on by mistake.
The alarm and minute minder can still
be set when the system lock is active.
The system lock will remain activated
even after a power failure.
–
On
The system lock is active. If you want
to use the steam oven touch the 
symbol for at least 6 seconds.
–
Off
The system lock is not active. You
can use the steam oven as normal.
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Settings
Sensor lock
Water hardness
The sensor lock prevents the oven being switched off by accident or settings
being altered whilst food is cooking.
Once activated, the sensor lock prevents the sensors working a few
seconds after a programme has been
started.
The steam oven is set ex-works for Hard
water. It must be adjusted to local water
hardness to ensure trouble-free operation and to ensure that descaling is carried out at the correct interval. The
harder the water, the more often it will
need to be descaled.
–
–
On
The sensor lock is activated. Touch
the  symbol for at least 6 seconds
to use the sensors again. The sensor
lock is then deactivated for a short
period.
–
Off
The sensor lock is deactivated. All
sensors react to touch as normal.
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Soft
< 8.4°dH, < 1.5 mmol/l
–
Medium
8.4 - 14 °dH, 1.5 - 2.5 mmol/l
–
Hard
> 14 °dH, > 2.5 mmol/l
Settings
Showroom programme
Factory default
This function enables the steam oven to
be demonstrated in showrooms without
heating up. It should not be set for domestic use.
–
Demo mode
–
If demo mode is activated Demo mode
active. The appliance will not heat up will
appear when the steam oven is
switched on.
–
On
Touch OK for at least 4 seconds to
activate demo mode.
–
Settings
Any settings that you have altered will
be reset to their factory default settings.
User programmes
All user programmes will be deleted.
–
Recommended temperatures
Recommended temperatures which
have been changed will be reset to
their factory default settings.
–
MyMiele
All MyMiele entries will be deleted.
Off
Touch OK for at least 4 seconds to
deactivate demo mode. The steam
oven can then be used as normal.
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Note for test institutes
Test food in accordance with EN 60350-1 (Steam cooking function)
Test food
Cooking containers
Quantity [g]


*
[°C]

[min]

100
3

100
3
100
**
Steam replenishment
Broccoli (8.1)
1x DGGL 12
max.
2
Steam distribution
Broccoli (8.2)
1x DGGL 20
300
2
Performance at maximum capacity
Peas (8.3)
2x DGGL 12
1500 g
in each
1, 3

 Shelf level(s) /  Temperature /  Function /  Steam cooking /
 Duration
* Place the test food in a cold oven (before the heating-up phase begins).
** The test is finished when the temperature measures 85 °C in the coolest place.
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Note for test institutes
Test food according to EN 50304 / EN 60350 (oven functions)
Function


[°C]
 **
[min]
Preheating

1 baking tray

3
140
36–42
(36)
No
Yes
2 baking trays

1, 3 *
140
40–46
(41)
No
Yes
1 baking tray

3
140
26–30
(28)
Yes
Yes
1 baking tray

2
150
30–34
(30)
No
Yes
Whisked sponge 1 springform
cake
cake tin 26 cm
(on rack)

2
180
31–34
(31)
No
Yes

2
180
22–26
(24)
Yes
Yes
Apple pie
1 springform
cake tin 20 cm
(on rack)

2
160
100–110
(105)
No
Yes

2
160
88–92
(90)
Yes
Yes
Toast
Rack

4
Level 3
3
6 min
No
Beef burgers
Rack on top of
universal tray

4
Level 3
1st side
14
2nd side
10
5 min
No
Test food
Bakeware
Drop cookies
Small cakes
 Shelf level /  Temperature/grill level /  Duration /  Select Rapid heat-up
 Fan plus /  Conventional heal /  Cake plus /  Full grill
* Take the baking trays out of the oven early if the food is sufficiently browned before the
specified duration has elapsed.
** The value in brackets states the optimum cooking duration.
Energy efficiency class
This appliance is rated energy efficiency class A in accordance with EN 50304.
Tests were carried out using Gentle bake.
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Cleaning and care
Important information on
cleaning and care
 Danger of injury.
The steam from a steam cleaning appliance could reach electrical components and cause a short circuit.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
the steam oven.
All surfaces can become discoloured
or damaged if unsuitable cleaning
agents are used. The front of the
steam oven, in particular, will be
damaged by oven cleaners.
All surfaces are susceptible to
scratching. Scratches on glass surfaces could cause a breakage in certain circumstances.
Remove any residual cleaning agent
immediately.
Stubborn soiling could damage the
steam oven in certain circumstances.
Clean the oven interior, inside of the
door and door seal as soon as the
oven has cooled down. Waiting too
long can make cleaning unnecessarily difficult and in some cases impossible.
Do not use commercial cleaning
agents. Only use cleaning agents designed for domestic use.
Do not use cleaning agents or washing-up liquids containing aliphatic
hydrocarbons as these could cause
the seals to swell.
Allow the appliance to cool down to
a safe temperature before cleaning.
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 The appliance and accessories
should be cleaned and dried thoroughly after each use.
 Leave the appliance door open until
the oven interior is completely dry.
If the appliance is not going to be
used for a longer period of time, e.g.
whilst on holiday, it should be thoroughly cleaned and dried beforehand
to prevent the build-up of odours etc.
Leave the door open afterwards.
Cleaning and care
Unsuitable cleaning agents
To avoid damaging the surfaces, do not
use:
– cleaning agents containing soda, ammonia, acids or chlorides
– cleaning agents containing descaling
agents
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
powder cleaners and cream cleaners
– solvent-based cleaning agents
– stainless steel cleaning agents
– dishwasher cleaner
– glass cleaning agents
Appliance front
Soiling that is left too long might become impossible to remove and
could cause external surfaces to alter
or discolour.
Remove any soiling immediately.
 Clean the front with a solution of
warm water and a little washing-up liquid applied with a clean sponge or
cloth. A clean, damp microfibre cloth
without cleaning agent can also be
used.
 After cleaning dry the front of the appliance with a soft cloth.
– cleaning agents for ceramic hobs
– hard, abrasive brushes or sponges,
e.g. pot scourers, brushes or
sponges which have been previously
used with abrasive cleaning agents
– melamine eraser blocks
– sharp metal scrapers or tools
– wire wool
– stainless steel spiral pads
– spot cleaning
– oven sprays.
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Cleaning and care
PerfectClean
The oven interior and side runners are
made from stainless steel which has
been treated with a special
PerfectClean finish which gives the
surface an iridescent appearance.
PerfectClean surfaces have very good
non-stick properties and are easy to
clean.
However, it is very important to clean
the surfaces each time the oven is
used.
The surface will become harder to clean
and the non-stick properties will deteriorate if soiling is not removed after each
use and allowed to build up.
Soiling such as spilt juices and cake
mixtures are best removed whilst the
oven or tray is still warm. Exercise caution, make sure the oven is not hot.
Spilt fruit juices may cause discolouration of the surfaces. This discolouration
is permanent but will not affect the efficiency of the surface.
Remove residual cleaning agent after
cleaning. If left it will reduce the nonstick properties of the PerfectClean
surfaces.
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To protect the non-stick effect of
PerfectClean surfaces please avoid:
– abrasive cleaning agents, e.g.
powder cleaners and cream cleaners
– cleaning agents for ceramic hobs
– ceramic and stainless steel hob
cleaner
– wire wool
– abrasive sponges, e.g. pot scourers
or sponges which have been previously used with abrasive cleaning
agents
– oven sprays
– cleaning in the dishwasher
– spot cleaning
Cleaning and care
Do not use oven spray as you will not
be able to remove all residual chemicals.
Oven interior
The surface of the oven compartment has been treated with
PerfectClean.
Please refer to the section on
"PerfectClean" for information on
cleaning and care.
The oven door (see "Door") and the side
runners (see "Side runners") can be removed to make it easier to clean the
oven interior.
After a programme using steam
 Remove:
– condensate using a sponge or absorbent cloth,
– light, greasy soiling with a sponge
and a solution of washing-up liquid
and hot water.
After a roasting, grilling or baking
programme
Clean the oven thoroughly after
roasting, grilling and baking as otherwise soiling can burn on and become
impossible to remove.
 Clean the cooking compartment with
a clean non-scouring washing-up
sponge and a solution of washing-up
liquid and hot water. If necessary, the
pad on the reverse of the sponge can
be used.
 After cleaning wipe with clean water
to remove any detergent residues.
 Then dry the oven interior and the inside of the door with a cloth.
Tip: Soaking the soiling for a few
minutes with a solution of washing-up
liquid and hot water can make cleaning
easier. Alternatively run the "Maintenance  | Soak programme (see "Maintenance - Soak").
 After cleaning, wipe the surface with
a damp cloth to remove any cleaning
agent residues.
 Then dry the oven interior and the inside of the door with a cloth.
Tip: You can then leave the oven to dry
automatically (see "Maintenance / Drying").
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Cleaning and care
Floor filter
 The filter in the floor of the oven
should be cleaned and dried after
every use.
 Vinegar can be used to remove discolouration and limescale deposits
from the filter in the floor of the oven.
Rinse thoroughly with clean water afterwards.
Grease filter
Clean the grease filter after every
roasting programme.
The grease filter can be cleaned in a
dishwasher.
Door seal
Grease deposits on the seal between
the inside of the oven door and the
oven interior can cause it to become
brittle and cracked.
 Clean the door seal after every baking or roasting programme using a
clean, damp microfibre cloth or a
clean sponge and a solution of washing-up liquid and hot water.
 After cleaning dry the seal with a soft
cloth.
 Replace the seal with a new one if it
becomes porous or brittle.
Door seals can be ordered from the
Miele Spare Parts Department (see the
end of this booklet for contact details).
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 Pull the grease filter upwards to remove it.
 The grease filter can be cleaned in
the dishwasher or by hand with a
solution of warm water and a little
washing-up liquid applied with a
clean sponge.
If the grease filter is cleaned in the
dishwasher, results are better if the filter is placed horizontally in the basket.
Some dishwasher detergents may
cause the surface of the filter to discolour. This discolouration will not affect the functioning of the filter in any
way.
Cleaning and care
Water container and condensate container
The water container and condensate
container are suitable for cleaning in a
dishwasher.
 Remove and empty the water container and condensate container after
every use. Push upwards slightly as
you take them out of the appliance.
Water can drip into the water container and condensate container compartment when removing the containers.
 Dry the compartment with a soft
cloth.
 Rinse the water container / condensate container by hand or in the dishwasher.
 Then dry the water container and
condensate container with a soft
cloth to prevent limescale.
Accessories
Universal tray and Combi rack
The surface of the universal tray and
the combi rack have been treated
with a PerfectClean finish.
Do not clean the universal tray and
combi rack in the dishwasher.
Please refer to the section on
"PerfectClean" for information on
cleaning and care.
 Remove:
– light soiling with a sponge and a
solution of washing-up liquid and hot
water.
– heavier soiling with a clean nonscouring washing-up sponge and a
solution of washing-up liquid and hot
water. If necessary, the pad on the
reverse of the sponge can be used.
 After cleaning, wipe the surface with
a damp cloth to remove any cleaning
agent residues.
 Dry the surface of the universal tray
and the combi rack with a soft cloth.
Cooking containers and food probe
The cooking containers and food
probe are suitable for cleaning in a
dishwasher.
 Wash and dry the cooking containers
and food probe after each use.
 Any bluish discolouration on the
cooking containers can be removed
with vinegar. Then rinse with clean
water.
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Cleaning and care
Side runners
The surface of the side runners has
been treated with PerfectClean.
Do not clean the side runners in the
dishwasher.
Please refer to the section on
"PerfectClean" for information on
cleaning and care.
 Pull the side runners out first from the
side , then from the back  of the
steam oven.
 Remove:
– light soiling with a clean sponge and
a solution of washing-up liquid and
hot water.
– heavier soiling with a clean nonscouring washing-up sponge and a
solution of washing-up liquid and hot
water. If necessary, the pad on the
reverse of the sponge can be used.
 After cleaning wipe with clean water
to remove any detergent residues.
 Dry the side runners with a soft cloth.
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 Push the side runners firmly back in
after cleaning. When putting them
back in, make sure they are correctly
inserted (see illustration).
If the side runners are not correctly
inserted there is no anti-tip protection. The temperature sensor could
also be damaged when cooking containers are placed in the steam oven.
Cleaning and care
Maintenance
The Ready at and Start at functions are
not available in Maintenance .
Soak
Stubborn soiling from roasting can be
soaked using this programme.
 Allow the oven interior to cool down.
 Remove all accessories from the
oven.
 Fill the water container.
 Select Maintenance  | Soak.
The soaking process takes approx.
10 minutes.
Drying
Use this programme to dry the oven interior, including inaccessible areas thoroughly.
 Dry the oven interior with a soft cloth.
 Select Maintenance  | Drying.
The drying process takes approx. 20
minutes.
Rinsing
This programme is used for flushing out
components in the appliance that carry
water and ensures any food deposits
are also removed.
 Select Maintenance  | Rinse.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
Rinsing takes approx. 10 minutes.
Descaling
We recommend using Miele descaling
tablets for descaling the appliance
(see "Optional accessories"). These
have been specially developed for
Miele appliances to optimise the descaling process. Other descaling
agents, which contain other acids besides citric acid and/or other undesirable substances, such as chlorides,
for example, could damage the steam
oven. Moreover, the descaling effect
required could not be guaranteed if
the descaling solution was not of the
appropriate concentration.
Descaling solution is acidic.
Do not spill descaling agent onto
metal surfaces. This can cause
marks to appear.
However, should any descaling
agent get onto these surfaces, wipe
it away immediately.
The steam oven needs to be descaled
after a certain number of operating
hours. When the steam oven needs to
be descaled, a number will appear in
the display indicating the number of
cooking processes remaining before the
appliance locks out. Only cooking processes using steam are counted. After
the last remaining cooking process, the
appliance will lock out.
We recommend that you descale the
appliance before it locks out.
During the descaling process the water
container must be rinsed out and refilled with fresh water and the condensate container must be emptied.
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Cleaning and care
 Switch the steam oven off and select
Maintenance  | Descale.
The message Please wait... will appear in
the display. The descaling process is
being primed and may take a few
minutes. As soon as the appliance is
ready you will be prompted to fill the
water container.
 Fill the water container with cold fresh
tap water up to the level marker 
and drop 2 Miele descaling tablets in
it.
Once this has taken place Empty the
condensate container will appear in the
display.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
 Confirm with OK.
The descaling process is complete.
After descaling
 Remove, empty and dry the water
container and condensate container.
 Switch the steam oven off.
 Push the water container into the appliance until it connects.
 Allow the oven compartment to cool
down.
 Confirm with OK.
 Then dry the oven compartment.
 Empty the condensate container.
 Leave the appliance door open until
the oven interior is completely dry.
 Confirm with OK.
The descaling process will now begin
and the duration remaining will count
down in the display.
It is only possible to cancel the descaling process during the first 6
minutes. Do not switch the appliance
off during the descaling process. If it is
switched off before the end of the process, the whole process will have to
be started from the beginning again.
The water container will need emptying
and rinsing twice and refilling with fresh
tap water during descaling. The condensate container must be emptied.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
 Confirm each with OK.
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Cleaning and care
Door
To remove the oven door
 Prepare a suitable underlay for the
door, such as a soft cloth.
 Open the door a fraction.
 To release the locking clamps on the
hinges turn them upwards as far as
they will go until they are at an angle.
 Danger of injury from the hinge
 Using both hands press down on the
top edge of the door briefly.
Before removing the door, the locking
clamps on both hinges have to be released.
retainers for the door.
The hinge retainers retract to the
steam oven.
Do not attempt to take the door off
when it is in a horizontal position.
 Raise the door up till it rests open.
Risk of damage to the door.
The door handle may break off and
the glass may be damaged.
The door should be gripped firmly at
the sides and not by the handle
when being removed.
Make sure that the door goes back
on straight.
 Open the door fully.
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Cleaning and care
Risk of damage to the door.
If the locking clamps are not locked,
the door could work loose resulting
in damage.
Ensure that the locking clamps are
locked after refitting the door.
 Hold the door securely at both sides
and lift it evenly upwards off the
hinge retainers.
 Place the door on the previously prepared surface.
Refitting the door
Risk of damage to the door.
Make sure that the door goes back
on straight.
 Open the door fully.
 Turn both locking clamps up as far as
they will go into a horizontal position.
 Hold the door securely at both sides
and carefully fit it back onto the hinge
retainers.
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Problem solving guide
With the aid of the following guide, minor problems can be easily corrected
without contacting Miele.
If having followed the suggestions below, you still cannot resolve the problem,
please contact Miele (see back cover for contact details).
 Danger of injury. Installation, maintenance and repairs to electrical appliances must only be carried out by a suitably qualified and competent person in
strict accordance with current local and national safety regulations.
Do not open the casing of the appliance.
Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous and Miele
cannot be held liable for unauthorised work.
Problem
Cause and remedy
You cannot switch the
appliance on.
The fuse is defective or has tripped.
 Reset the trip switch in the mains fuse box or replace the fuse (minimum fuse rating - see data
plate).
There may be a technical fault.
 Disconnect the appliance from the mains connection for approx. 1 minute:
– switch off at the isolator, or
– disconnect the mains fuse.
 If, after resetting the trip switch in the mains fuse
box and switching the appliance back on, the appliance will still not heat up, contact a qualified
electrician or Miele.
The oven does not heat
up.
Demo mode has been activated.
The steam oven can be operated but does not heat
up.
 Deactivate demo mode. See "Settings - Showroom programme".
The oven cavity has been warmed up by a warming
drawer in operation underneath it.
 Open the door and let the oven cool down.
The fan can still be
heard after the appliance has been switched
off.
The fan is still running.
The appliance is fitted with a fan which removes
steam from the oven. The fan will continue to run for
a while after the appliance has been switched off. It
will switch itself off automatically after a while.
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Problem solving guide
Problem
Cause and remedy
A humming sound can
It is quite normal and does not indicate any fault with
be heard after switching the appliance. It happens when water is being
on the appliance, during pumped through the system.
operation and after
switching off the appliance.
After moving house the
appliance no longer
switches from the heating-up phase to the
cooking phase.
The boiling temperature of the water has changed as
the altitude of the new location for the appliance differs from the old one by at least 300 m.
 To adjust the boiling temperature, you need to descale the appliance (see "Cleaning and care - Descaling").
During operation an unusually large amount of
steam escapes, or
steam escapes from
parts of the oven where
it does not usually.
The door is not properly closed.
 Close the door.
The oven interior lighting is not working.
The lamp is defective.
 Call Miele Service to have the lamp replaced.
The control panel will
not open or close automatically despite touching the  sensor several times.
Something is obstructing the control panel.
 Remove the obstruction.
The Start at and Ready at
functions have not
worked.
The temperature in the oven is too high, e.g. after a
programme has finished.
 Open the door and let the oven cool down.
The door seal is not correctly fitted.
 Press it in all the way round the door to make sure
it is fitted evenly.
The door seal is damaged, e.g. cracks can be seen.
 Replace the door seal.
This can be ordered from Miele (see the end of this
booklet for contact details).
The obstruction sensor is very sensitive and can prevent the panel opening or shutting if it picks up a signal.
 Open/close the control panel manually (see end of
this section)
 If the problem occurs again, contact Miele Service.
These functions are not available with Menu cooking
and Maintenance .
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Problem solving guide
Problem
Cause and remedy
Cakes and biscuits are
not cooked properly
after following the durations given in the recipe.
The temperature set is not the same as the one given
in the recipe.
 Change the temperature.
The grease filter is inserted in the back panel. Baking
takes longer with this filter is place.
 Increase the baking duration.
The recipe has been altered. For example, adding
more liquid or eggs can increase the duration required.
 Adapt the temperature or baking duration accordingly.
Cakes or biscuits are
unevenly browned.
The set temperature is too high.
The grease filter has not been taken out of the back
panel.
More than two levels were used for baking.
 Bake on a maximum of two levels.
F10
The suction tube in the water container
– is not fitted correctly.
– is not positioned vertically.
 Connect it properly and make sure it is vertical:
F11
The drain hoses are blocked.
 Proceed as described in "Cleaning and care - Descaling".
 If the fault message appears again, switch the appliance off and contact Miele.
F20
F44
Communication fault
 Switch the steam oven off and then back on again
after a few minutes.
 If the same message appears again, call the Service Department.
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Problem solving guide
Problem
F55
Cause and remedy
The maximum operating time for a cooking function
has been exceeded. This has triggered the safety
switch off device.
 Switch the steam oven off and then back on again.
The steam oven is immediately ready for use again.
F196
There is a fault.
 Switch the steam oven off and then back on again.
The filter in the bottom of the oven is not positioned
correctly.
 Switch the steam oven off.
 Insert the filter correctly:
 Switch the steam oven back on again.
 If, having corrected the problem, this fault message appears again, contact Miele Service.
F
and other fault codes
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Technical fault.
 Switch the appliance off and contact Miele.
Problem solving guide
To open the panel manually
To close the panel manually
 Carefully open the appliance door.
 Take hold of the panel at the top and
bottom.
 Carefully push the panel downwards.
 Take hold of the panel at the top and
bottom.
 Pull the panel out forwards to start
with.
 Then push it in.
 Then carefully push the panel upwards.
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Optional accessories
Miele offer a comprehensive range of
useful accessories as well as cleaning
and conditioning products for your
Miele appliances.
These products can be ordered through
the Miele Webshop.
These can also be ordered from Miele
(see end of this booklet for contact details) or from your Miele dealer.
Cooking containers
There is a wide range of perforated and
solid cooking containers available in different sizes:
Cooking containers 325 mm wide are
not suitable for sliding into the oven
on the runners and must be placed on
the container rack.
DGGL 1
Perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 1.5 litres / Usable capacity 0.9 litres
325 x 175 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
DGG 2
Solid cooking container
Gross capacity 2.5 litres / Usable capacity 2.0 litres
325 x 175 x 65 mm (W x D x H)
DGG 3
Solid cooking container
Gross capacity 4.0 litres / Usable capacity 3.1 litres
325 x 265 x 65 mm (W x D x H)
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Optional accessories
DGGL 4
DGGL 8
Perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 4.0 litres / Usable capacity 3.1 litres
325 x 265 x 65 mm (W x D x H)
Perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 2.0 litres / Usable capacity 1.7 litres
325 x 265 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
DGGL 5
DGGL 12
Perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 2.5 litres / Usable capacity 2.0 litres
325 x 175 x 65 mm (W x D x H)
Perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 5.4 litres / Usable capacity 3.3 litres
450 x 390 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
DGGL 6
DGG 20
Perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 4.0 litres / Usable capacity 2.8 litres
325 x 175 x 100 mm (W x D x H)
Solid cooking container
Gross capacity 2.4 litres / Usable capacity 1.8 litres
450 x 190 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
DGG 7
DGGL 20
Solid cooking container
Gross capacity 4.0 litres / Usable capacity 2.8 litres
325 x 175 x 100 mm (W x D x H)
Perforated cooking container
Gross capacity 2.4 litres / Usable capacity 1.8 litres
450 x 190 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
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Optional accessories
Lid for cooking containers
Cleaning and care products
DGD 1/3
DGCLean (250 ml)
Lid for 325 x 175 mm cooking containers
Special cleaning agent for removing
stubborn soiling from the oven interior,
particularly after roasting.
DGD 1/2
Descaling tablets (Qty 6)
Lid for 325 x 265 mm cooking containers
For descaling the appliance
Microfibre cloth
Removes finger marks and light soiling
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Optional accessories
Miscellaneous
Container rack
Universal tray
Universal tray for baking, roasting and
grilling
For holding 325 mm wide containers.
Slides into the side runners in the appliance.
Combi rack
Round baking tray
Combi rack for baking, roasting and
grilling
Suitable for cooking pizzas, flat cakes
made with yeast or whisked mixtures,
sweet and savoury tarts, baked
desserts, and can also be used for
deep frozen cakes and pizzas.
Food probe
For precise temperature controlled
cooking. The food probe monitors the
inner temperature of the meat (core
temperature).
Not suitable for use with programmes using steam.
FlexiClip telescopic runners
The FlexiClip telescopic runners can be
clipped into any of the existing shelf
runners and pulled out of the oven to
their fullest extent.
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Optional accessories
Gourmet oven dishes
Lid for Gourmet oven dish
Die-cast aluminium oven dish with nonstick surface. Slides into the side runners in the oven. Also suitable for use
on an extended zone of an electric
ceramic hob.
Stainless steel
Not suitable for use on gas hobs or
induction hobs.
HUB 5000-M
HBD 60-22
Suitable for HUB 5000-M
HBD 60-35
Suitable for HUB 5000-XL
Maximum capacity approx. 5.0 kg
Depth 22 cm
HUB 5000-XL
Maximum capacity approx. 8.0 kg
Depth 35 cm
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Miele@home
The Miele@home System can only be
fitted by an authorised Miele service
technician. Please contact Miele for details of this system. It is not available in
all countries.
Miele@home
a Miele@home communication enabled appliance
b Miele@home communication stick XKS3000Z or communication module XKM3000Z
c Miele@home communication enabled Master appliance with SuperVision functionality
d Miele@home Gateway XGW3000
e WiFi router
f Connection to a Home automation system
g Smartphone, Tablet PC, Laptop
h Internet connection
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Miele@home
Please note that the Miele@home and
SuperVision system is currently only
available in selected countries.
This appliance / is network enabled
and can be connected to the
Miele@home system via a communication module or communication stick 
and a conversion kit where required.
The Miele@home system enables network enabled appliances to send information via the household wiring network to a master appliance  such as
an oven with SuperVision functionality,
about their operational status, as well
as information about the progress of the
programme.
Displaying information and controlling appliances
– SuperVision master appliance 
The status of other signed on appliances can be shown in the display of
some network enabled appliances.
– Mobile device 
A PC, Notebook, Tablet PC or a
Smartphone can be used within the
reception area of a household WLAN
 to display status information about
signed on appliances and carry out
certain functions.
– Household network 
The Miele@home system enables
smart living. The Miele@home Gateway  allows other network enabled
appliances to integrate into the
household bus system.
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– In Germany, network enabled appliances can be integrated into the
QIVICON Smart Home Platform instead of the Miele@home Gateway
(www.qivicon.de).
SmartStart (depending on household
appliance)
Smart grid enabled appliances can be
started automatically at a time when
electricity costs are favourable or when
a favourable supply of electricity is
available (e.g. from a solar power system).
Optional accessories (depending on
household appliance)
– Communication module XKM3000Z
or communication stick XKS3000Z
– Conversion kit for communication
system XKV
– Miele@home Gateway XGW3000
These accessories are supplied with
their own installation and operating instructions.
Further information
Further information regarding
Miele@home is available on the internet
and in the instruction manuals of the
various Miele@home components.
Safety instructions for installation
 Incorrect installation can result in personal injury and damage
to property.
 Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply, ensure that
the connection data on the data plate (voltage and frequency) match
the mains electricity supply.
This data must correspond in order to avoid the risk of damage to
the appliance. Consult a qualified electrician if in any doubt.
 Do not connect the steam oven to the mains electricity supply by
a multi-socket adapter or an extension lead. These do not guarantee
the required safety of the appliance (fire hazard).
 The socket and on-off switch should be easily accessible after the
appliance has been installed.
 The appliance must be positioned so that you can see the contents of a cooking container placed on the top runner. Otherwise you
may risk scalding or burning yourself with hot water and food when
taking containers out of the oven.
All dimensions are given in mm.
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Detailed dimensions of oven front
PureLine front
ContourLine front
* Glass front / ** metal front
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Detailed dimensions of oven front
Room for control panel to open
and shut
The area in front of the control panel
must not be blocked by anything
(such as a door handle) that would
hinder it from opening and shutting.
*
**
Glass front / metal front
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Building-in dimensions
Installation in a tall unit
The furniture housing unit must not have a back panel fitted behind the building-in niche.
a Steam oven
b Niche
c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance
d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind
the appliance.
e Mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm
* Glass front / ** metal front
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Building-in dimensions
Ventilation cut-outs for the steam oven
a Cut-out in the top of the unit
b Cut-out in the interim shelf above the building-in niche
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Building-in dimensions
Installation in a base unit
The furniture housing unit must not have a back panel fitted behind the building-in niche.
When building the appliance into a base unit underneath a hob please also observe the installation instructions for the hob as well as the building-in depth required for the hob (see installation instruction manual for the hob).
a Steam oven
b Niche
c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance
d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind
the appliance.
e Mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm
* Glass front / ** metal front
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Building-in dimensions
Ventilation cut-outs for the steam oven
a Cut-out in the interim shelf at the bottom of the building-in niche
b Cut-out in unit floor
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Installation
Installing the steam oven
A malfunction can occur if the steam
oven is not correctly aligned.
For correct functioning of the steam
generator please make sure that the
steam oven is horizontally level. The
maximum deviation tolerated is 2°.
 Push the steam oven into position in
the niche and align it. Make sure that
the mains connection cable does not
get trapped or damaged when doing
so.
 Secure the steam oven using the
wood screws supplied (3.5 mm x
25 mm) to the left and right hand
sides of the unit.
 Connect the appliance to the electricity supply.
 Check the appliance for correct function in accordance with the operating
instructions.
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Electrical connection
All electrical work should be carried out
by a suitably qualified and competent
person in strict accordance with current
local and national safety regulations
(e.g. BS 7671 in the UK). Connection
should be made via a switched socket.
This will make it easier for service technicians should the appliance need to be
repaired. The electrical socket must be
easily accessible after installation.
Total power rating
See data plate
Connection
AC 230 V, 50 Hz
The connection data is quoted on the
data plate. It must match the household
supply.
 Danger of injury.
Residual current device
Miele cannot be held liable for unauthorised installation, maintenance
and repair work as this can be dangerous to users.
Miele cannot be held liable for damage or injury caused by incorrect installation, maintenance or repair
work, or by an inadequate or faulty
earthing system (e.g. electric shock).
If the plug is removed from the connection cable or if the cable is supplied without a plug, the appliance
must be connected to the electrical
supply by a suitably qualified electrician.
If the switched socket is not accessible after installation, or if the appliance is to be hard-wired, an additional means of disconnection must
be provided for all poles. When
switched off, there must be an allpole contact gap of at least 3 mm in
the switch (including switch, fuses
and relays). Connection data is
shown on the data plate. It must
match the mains electrical supply.
After installation ensure that all electrical components are shielded and
cannot be accessed by users.
For extra safety, it is advisable to protect the appliance with a suitable residual current device (RCD) with a trip
range of 30 mA.
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Electrical connection
Disconnecting from the mains
Connecting the mains cable
 Danger of electrical shock.
 Danger of electric shock.
After disconnection, ensure the appliance cannot be switched back on
by mistake.
The mains connection cable must
only be fitted by a suitably qualified
and competent person.
To disconnect the appliance from the
mains power supply, do one of the following depending on installation:
If the mains cable needs to be replaced
it must be replaced with a special connection cable, type H 05 VV-F (PVC-insulated), available from Miele.
Safety fuses
 Completely remove fuses
Automatic circuit breakers
 Press the (red) button until the middle
(black) button springs out.
Built-in circuit breakers
Circuit breakers type B or C:
 Switch the on/off switch from 1 (on)
to 0 (off).
Residual current device (RCD)
 Switch the main switch from 1 (on) to
0 (off) or press the test button.
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Wiring diagram
After sales service, data plate, guarantee
After sales service
In the event of any faults which you cannot easily remedy, please contact
– your Miele Dealer, or
– Miele Service.
See end of this booklet for contact details.
Please note that telephone calls may be monitored and recorded for training purposes.
N.B. A call-out charge will be applied to service visits where the problem could
have been resolved as described in these instructions.
When contacting your Dealer or Miele, please quote the model and serial number
of your appliance.
Data plate
Space in which to stick the extra data plate supplied with the appliance. Ensure
that the model number is the same as the one on the back page of these instructions.
Guarantee: UK
The appliance is guaranteed for 2 years from the date of purchase.
In the UK, you must activate your cover by calling 0330 160 6640 or registering
online at www.miele.co.uk.
Guarantee: Other countries
For information on the appliance guarantee specific to your country please contact
Miele. See end of this booklet for contact details.
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Copyright and licences
Miele uses software to operate and control the appliance.
The copyright authorisation from Miele and other relevant software suppliers (e.g.
Adobe) must be respected.
Miele and their suppliers reserve the rights to the software components.
In particular the following are prohibited:
– copying and distribution,
– modifications and derivations,
– decompilation, reverse engineering, disassembling and other such reductions of
software.
This product contains Adobe® Flash® Player Software under licence from Adobe
Systems Incorporated, Adobe Macromedia Software LLC. Adobe and Flash are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Components which fall under GNU General Public Licence and further Open
Source licences are integrated into the software.
An overview of the integrated Open Source components and a copy of the current
licence can be obtained at http://www.miele.com/device-software-licences. You will
need to enter the specific product name.
Miele will provide the source code for all components of software licensed under
the GNU General Public Licence and comparable Open Source licences.
For source code requests, please email info@miele.com.
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United Kingdom
Miele Co. Ltd.
Fairacres, Marcham Road
Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 1TW
Customer Contact Centre Tel: 0330 160 6600
E-mail: mielecare@miele.co.uk
Internet: www.miele.co.uk
Australia
Miele Australia Pty. Ltd.
ACN 005 635 398
ABN 96 005 635 398
1 Gilbert Park Drive, Knoxfield, VIC 3180
Tel: 1300 464 353
Internet: www.miele.com.au
China
Miele (Shanghai) Trading Ltd.
1-3 Floor, No. 82 Shi Men Yi Road
Jing' an District
200040 Shanghai, PRC
Tel: +86 21 6157 3500, Fax: +86 21 6157 3511
E-mail: info@miele.cn, Internet: www.miele.cn
Miele (Hong Kong) Limited
41/F - 4101, Manhattan Place
23 Wang Tai Road
Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2610 1025, Fax: (852) 3579 1404
Email: customerservices@miele.com.hk
Website: www.miele.hk
India
Miele India Pvt. Ltd.
Ground Floor, Copia Corporate Suites
Plot No. 9, Jasola, New Delhi - 110025
Tel: 011-46 900 000, Fax: 011-46 900 001
E-mail: customercare@miele.in, Internet: www.miele.in
Ireland
Miele Ireland Ltd.
2024 Bianconi Avenue
Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24
Tel: (01) 461 07 10, Fax: (01) 461 07 97
E-Mail: info@miele.ie, Internet: www.miele.ie
Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG
Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany
Malaysia
Miele Sdn Bhd
Suite 12-2, Level 12
Menara Sapura Kencana Petroleum
Solaris Dutamas No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1
50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone: +603-6209-0288
Fax: +603-6205-3768
New Zealand
Miele New Zealand Limited
IRD 98 463 631
Level 2, 10 College Hill
Freemans Bay, Auckland 1011, NZ
Tel: 0800 464 353
Internet: www.miele.co.nz
Singapore
Miele Pte. Ltd.
163 Penang Road
# 04 - 03 Winsland House II
Singapore 238463
Tel: +65 6735 1191, Fax: +65 6735 1161
E-Mail: info@miele.com.sg
Internet: www.miele.sg
South Africa
Miele (Pty) Ltd
63 Peter Place, Bryanston 2194
P.O. Box 69434, Bryanston 2021
Tel: (011) 875 9000, Fax: (011) 875 9035
E-mail: info@miele.co.za
Internet: www.miele.co.za
United Arab Emirates
Miele Appliances Ltd.
Gold & Diamond Park
Office No. 217-6, Sheikh Zayed Road
P.O. Box 11 47 82 - Dubai
Tel: +971 4 3044 999
Fax: +971 4 3418 852
800-MIELE (64353)
E-Mail: info@miele.ae
Internet: www.miele.ae
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