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Instructions for use and warranty details
Built In Oven
Model No.: OMF9022
Dear Customer,
Thank you and congratulations for choosing
Kleenmaid.
Your new appliance has been designed
and meticulously tested to ensure that it
meets all your culinary requirements, and
has been carefully manufactured using top
quality materials to give you years of reliable
performance.
For best results, carefully read the instructions
on how your new appliance is to be installed.
Correct installation will avoid delays and
unnecessary service call costs.
Once installation is complete, please read this
instruction manual carefully and get to know
the controls and the features of your new
Kleenmaid appliance. These simple instructions
will enable you to achieve excellent results from
the very first time you use it.
Again, congratulations and thank you for
choosing The Best You Can Own.
KLEENMAID
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GENERAL WARNINGS
This product is in compliance with the EU 2002/96/
EEC Directive.
The crossed out “wheeled bin” symbol on the appliance
indicates that at the end of its life-span, the product, as it
has to be separately treated from domestic waste, must
be conferred to a differential collection centre for electric
and electronic appliances or redelivered to the dealer at
the time of purchasing a new equivalent appliance.
The user is responsible, at the time of disposal, for taking
the device to the appropriate collection point. Failure to
do so shall result in punishment in accordance with the
current legislation on waste disposal.
Proper differentiated collection is necessary so that the
obsolete device can be sent on for environmentally friendly
recycling, treatment and dismantling, in order to avoid any
possible negative environmental impact or health risk and
to permit re-use of the constituent materials.
More detailed information about available systems
for collection may be obtained from the local waste
disposal services, or from the shop where the device was
purchased.
The manufacturer declines all civil or criminal
liability in the event of poor or improper installation
of the device.
The manufacturer also reserves the right to make any
necessary and useful amendments to its products without
prior notice.
Dispose of the various packaging materials in compliance
with the applicable local Standards.
Carefully read this instruction manual prior to installing
or using this device, in order to have all the necessary
information for correct installation, maintenance and use
of the same.
It is essential for this instruction manual to be kept
together with the device for its entire life-span, also in case
of transfer to other persons.
This appliance has been designed for domestic use
and only for the cooking and heating of food. Any other
use, different to that indicated in this manual must be
considered improper and consequently dangerous.
The product is in compliance with the 89/109/EEC
European Directive as it is destined to come into contact
with food products.
This household appliance is compliant with the
provisions of the European Community Directives
– LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE – 2006/95/EC
– ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE
– 2004/108/EC
The product identification data is stated on the relevant
plate applied on the front of the oven. The plate must
never be removed.
Installation must only be carried out by qualified
staff in compliance with the local regulations in force
and following the indications in this manual.
Important: do not lift or pull the oven with your
hands.
In case of malfunctioning, disconnect the appliance from
the electric mains (do not pull the power supply cable to
disconnect the plug) and contact the authorised original
spare parts technical after-sales centre.
Do not, in any case, attempt to repair the device.
Correct use of the oven
– This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
– Children should be supervised to ensure they do not
play with the appliance. - The use of the device is only
intended for adults, keep children out of reach
– The appliance produces heat both in the functioning
phase and due to inertia, even when just turned off.
Do not touch parts inside the oven during these
phases and limit contact with the external parts. Keep
children away from the appliance when operating. The
accessible parts can become very hot.
– To insert or extract containers or accessories from the
oven, always use suitable protective gloves.
– Use only containers able to resist to high temperatures
– Do not leave the appliance unattended during cooking
operations that may release greases or oils that may
catch fire.
– Never cover the walls or lower part of the oven with
sheets of aluminium foil or other objects such as pans
or trays. This could damage the oven.
– Do not use the oven to store objects when it is not in
use, otherwise damage could be caused to both the
oven and the objects when the appliance is switched
on.
– Do not sit on or place weight on the open door and
do not hang weights on the handle as to do so could
damage the product and cause malfunctions.
– Before maintenance or cleaning, isolate the power
supply from the oven and, if just used, wait for it to cool.
– Pay attention to the flow of air that leaves the oven
when the door is opened when the same is hot.
– Do not use jets of steam for cleaning, which could
reach and damage electrical parts.
– If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard. Attention, this
appliance must be earthed in compliance with the
standards in force.
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For installation of the oven see the “installation
instructions” chapter
Correct use of the oven
– Pre-heat the oven for the strictly necessary time only
–Open the door only when necessary to avoid
unnecessary heat losses
– Keep the gaskets clean and efficient to avoid heat
dispersion which can cause damage
– Always turn off the oven when no longer in use
– To reduce the formation of condensate owing to the
humidity in food, it is always necessary to pre-heat
the oven before introducing the foodstuffs. However
formation of condensate on the door glass or on the
walls of the oven does not compromise its functioning
and will tend to disappear with the cooking.
Prior to oven commissioning:
Disconnect the power from the appliance.
Remove all internal packaging and accessories from
the oven. Clean the internal surfaces with hot water
or neutral detergent (see “maintenance and cleaning”
paragraph). Rinse thoroughly with a damp cloth. Wash
all oven accessories in the same way and dry everything
thoroughly.
Attention:
– Never use this device to warm the premises
– Do not obstruct the passage of cooling air by blocking
the ventilation holes of the room and ducts on the
appliance.
– Before installation, check that the local power supply
is compatible with the data indicated on the product
label.
– During use, do not touch the heating elements inside
the oven.
– The accessible parts can become very hot during use,
it is recommended to keep children out of reach.
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Contents
Contents
User instructions, 6
User instructions, First use, 6
First use,
Control
panel,
7
Control panel, Instructions for use:
- conventional cooking, 7
Instructions for use:
- fan cooking, 7
– -grill
cooking,7
defrosting,
– -conventional
grill cooking,cooking,
8
– fan cooking, Cooling
fan, 8 – defrosting,
Thermostat, 8
Timer touch control, Timer
touch
control,
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Adjust
of the
temperature,
Setting
the
clock,
9
Manual functioning, counter,9
Minute
Cooking
pause, Cooking
time, 9 functioning, Semi-automatic
of cooking
time, 9 End
Automatic
functioning,
Programming
automatic
cooking, 10
Timer function, beep volume,
10
Adjusting
Alarm function,
Light
replacement,
11 Meat
probe function,
Removing
Boost function,
the oven door, 11
Display of the temperature, Acoustic Signal, Tones of the controls,
Installation
instructions,
12
Clock reading mode, Flush fitting, 12
Energy saving option, Electrical
Safety connections,
for children, 13
Error codes, 6
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Light replacement, 12
Removing the oven door, 12
Installation instructions, 16
Electrical connections, 16
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IMPORTANT
The oven’s data plate is accessible even
with the oven fully installed. The plate is
visible simply by opening the door. Always
quote the details from it to identify the
appliance when ordering spare parts.
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User instructions
Important:
Before using the oven for the first time, allow it to operate
empty and at maximum temperature for about 1 hour.
Ventilate the room well, possibly by opening the windows.
This will allow evacuation of the combustion fumes of
manufacturing residues such as grease, oil and resin.
Control panel
Control Panel Functions
= On/Off
= Scroll Down Values
= Start Programme
= Stop/Pause Programme
= Scroll Up Values
= Adjust Temperature = Increase Number
= Decrease Number
= Activate Boost (quick heating)
= Adjust Time
= Light On/Off
= Safety Lock On/Off
This programmer has touch sensors which are used by pressing lightly in the area indicated by the symbols
Instructions for use
This appliance is provided with a tangential fan for cooling
the control panel and the oven door handle. This fan starts
working a few minutes after the start of cooking, when
the oven reaches a certain temperature (the time varies
according to ambient conditions and oven settings) and
also avoids overheating of the cabinet housing. Hot air will
continue to be expelled below the control panel after the
oven is switched off, and until the temperature of the oven
falls to a normal level.
POSITION OF THE INTERNAL GRILLS FOR SPECIFIC
FOODS
Frozen cakes, Long roasts, Turkey, Cakes, Meat Steak
well done: Position n. 1 and 2 from bottom
Cakes, Sandwich Load, Toast, Casserole, Wholemeal
bread, Meat: Position n. 2 from bottom.
Biscuits, Fine cut meat: Position n. 2 and 3 from bottom.
For Browning with Grill: Position n. 3 from bottom.
These cooking positions are indicative and can be
changed on the basis of your own experience.
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USING THE GRILL
To optimise Grill cooking, switch on the grill oven and preheat for at least 10 minutes. Introduce the dish inside the
oven in the nearest position to the Grill, depending on the
type of food to cook. The grill should only be used on each
dish for a maximum of 15 minutes at a time.
With the grill it is possible to cook fish, vegetables and
various types of meat, with the exception of lean game
meat. Finely cut meat and fish must always be grilled very
quickly greasing slightly with oil using a suitable brush and
always placed on the grill. In turn, the grill must be placed
nearest to the upper heating element, proportionally to the
thickness of the dish, to avoid burning it on the surface
and not cooking it enough inside. Only salt the meat after
cooking or it will be less juicy. Never prick food during
cooking, not even to turn it.
Meat can be arranged in suitable heat-proof containers
or cooked directly on the grill. In the latter case, always
pour some water in the drip pan then insert it in the guides
under the grill. This prevents the grease in the dripping pan
from burning and creating bad odours.
Attention: during use of the Grill, the accessible parts can
become extremely hot. It is therefore advisable to keep
children at a safe distance.
Never prick food during cooking, not even to turn
it. The juice would be released, making the grilled
food dry.
Cooking Function Overview
= Top & Bottom Heating Elements
= Pizza And Bread
= Bottom Heating Element
= Intensive Cooking
= Top Heating Element
= Circular Heating Element With Fan
= Grill Element
= Double Grill Double Grill
= Defrost Fan
80º
Slow Cooking
Food Warming
= Ventilated Grill = Food Warmer
= Meat Probe
Meat Probe
= Boost
= Turnspit (use with any grill function)
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Using the cooking functions
The oven light can be turned on
independently at any time. The light also
stays on with cooking functions.
Pizza & bread
Traditional static cooking + CLEAN
FUNCTION
Intensive cooking
This function is for baking and browning
pizza and bread.
The activation of the top and bottom heat
elements together with the fan ensures even
distribution of the intense heat produced.
The hot air circulating inside the oven
evenly cooks and browns, on one or more
levels, different dishes requiring similar
temperatures. In meat roasts the optimised
heat distribution allows cooking at lower
temperatures which reduces the loss of
juices. This helps to keep the meat tender
and minimises any decrease in weight.
With the simultaneous heat distribution
coming from above and below, this function
is for baking food that requires slow cooking
with the constant addition of liquids. Ideal for
any type of roast, bread, cakes and biscuits
in general. Use only one shelf for this type of
cooking, otherwise the temperature will not
be distributed properly.
Lower cooking
In this case the bottom heating element
starts working. Unlike cooking with the
upper cooking method, this function is
recommended for perfecting the cooking
of dishes that are already cooked on the
surface but require further cooking in the
centre. The intense heat from below is
excellent for roasting meat which is not so
tender.
Ventilated cooking
This function allows differing types of foods
to be placed on several levels without mixing
their flavours, and the evenly circulated hot
air allows even baking.
Defrost
Only the fan is functioning without any
heating element. This function can be used
to defrost and/or dry the food to be cooked,
only with the movement of air circulating
at ambient temperature. This permits the
defrosting of dishes without altering their
taste or appearance.
Upper cooking
This function activates the heat element
at the top. The intense heat diffused from
above is excellent for finishing off the baking
of food that is cooked on the inside but not
entirely on the surface.
Grill
Use the grill to brown foods.
Double grill
Double Grill
Food warmer
80º
Slow Cooking
Food Warming
Meat probe
Use the double grill to brown foods more
quickly. Especially suitable for thinly sliced
foods to be browned quickly.
Ventilated electric grill
This function permits grilling in a softer
manner thanks to the use of forced air.
Forced circulation of air inside the oven
increases heat penetration in food and
prevents burning on the surface. Consult the
“Use of the Grill” paragraph.
Use this function to keep already cooked
food warm ready for serving for up to 30
minutes.
Meat Probe
This function uses the supplied meat probe
to automatically cook foods such as meat
until the set temperature is reached at the
core of the food. The probe must be inserted
into the food such that the tip is located as
near as possible to the centre of the food.
See “MEAT PROBE FUNCTION” elsewhere
in this manual for more detailed instructions.
Turnspit
See “using the turnspit” for details.
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Timer touch control
Control Panel Functions
= On/Off
= Start Programme
= Stop/Pause Programme
= Adjust Temperature
= Increase Number
= Decrease Number
= Scroll Down Values
= Scroll Up Values
= Activate Boost
(quick heating)
= Adjust Time
= Light On/Off
= Safety Lock On/Off
It is possible to scroll the oven functions menus by pressing the
symbols.
The current function will flash for a few seconds and the set temperature assigned
to the function will appear (certain functions do not envision the adjustment of the
temperature, in this case no value appears). The symbol
and flashing writing
PAUSE, indicate the oven is ready for cooking in the chosen function but cooking
has not yet started.
Adjust of the temperature assigned to a function
To amend the temperatures defined automatically for each function, slightly press
symbol
and act on + and – adjusting the temperature with 5°C intervals. After a
few seconds the new value is set and stops flashing. Press
for cooking to start
again.
To go back to the pre-set temperature, repeat the procedure or exit and access the
function again.
Once definitively changed the temperature set by the manufacturer, press symbol
until a warning beep is emitted (about 5 seconds) and the temperature digits stop
flashing.
Manual functioning
Once the function is selected, act on
to start cooking; the display will show the
set temperature. The PAUSE symbol disappears and the timer starts indicating the
time past from cooking start. Cooking will continue until manually interrupted (see
entries “cooking pause/start/end”) or has reached the maximum limit pre-set by
the manufacturer. The maximum achievable cooking time limit varies depending on
the temperature set in the following values:
For temperatures: from 50 – 120°C max time 10h; from 121 – 200°C max time
6h; from 201 – 250°C max time 3h.
In semi-automatic and automatic cooking, as described further below, cooking is
automatically interrupted as from previously set parameters.
Cooking pause, amendment or end functions
Pressing on
during cooking interrupts the same and the symbol PAUSE
starts flashing. All oven elements are temporarily disabled. All display indications
disappear by touching
again. The display will indicate the eventual remaining
temperature (see entry “remaining temperature”). Pressing
once, the last
interrupted setting appears again, and pressing it a second time, starts cooking
again.
To amend the parameters (functions, temperatures, etc.) follow the above
indications, pressing
at the end to confirm.
Semi-automatic functioning (with cooking time duration set)
This function allows programming the wanted cooking end time with immediate
start of the same, setting the wanted cooking duration time. In this case it is not
possible to use the food probe.
To activate semi-automatic functioning, select the wanted oven function from the
menu and, eventually, adjust the cooking temperature as previously described.
Slightly touch symbol
, the digits 0:00 of the timer will start to flash. Adjust the
wanted cooking duration time (the symbol AUTO appears) and press
, cooking
starts immediately and the display will show the time it will end, as set by you.
An acoustic signal will warn of cooking end, press
to interrupt the acoustic
signal. It is possible, at any moment, to vary the time and temperature function
parameters set as previously described.
Press
to interrupt cooking, the writing PAUSE appears, press
a second
time to cancel the program.
Semi-automatic functioning (with cooking time end set)
In this case, it is possible to set the wanted cooking time end with immediate
start, without indicating its duration. As for previous function, in this case it is not
possible to use the food probe (where envisioned).
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To activate cooking end, select the wanted oven function from the menu and,
eventually, adjust the cooking temperature as previously described. Press symbol
twice; the cooking end time corresponding to the time of the day appears.
Press on + or – to program the wanted cooking end time. Press on
, the PAUSE
symbol stops flashing and the oven starts cooking.
Press
to interrupt cooking, the writing PAUSE appears, press
a second
time to cancel the program.
Automatic functioning (with delayed start)
This function allows programming the cooking duration, also setting the start
time. To be used in case of wanting a programmed start. In this case also it is not
possible to use the food probe (where envisioned).
To activate automatic functioning, select the wanted oven function from the menu
and, eventually, adjust the cooking temperature as previously described. Slightly
touch symbol
, the digits 0:00 of the timer will start to flash. Adjust the wanted
cooking duration time (the symbol AUTO appears). Press symbol
again, the
cooking end time envisioned by the entered duration time flashes, act on + and
– to set the wanted cooking end time. Press (GO) to activate programming. The
oven is now in stand-by and will start when set by you. The function, temperature
and cooking end time will appear on the display. The flashing of an arrow near
the temperature will indicate cooking has started. A acoustic signal will warn
of cooking end, press
to interrupt the acoustic signal. It is possible, at any
moment, to vary the time and temperature function parameters set as previously
described.
Example: it is 11:30, the cooking time necessary is 30 minutes and cooking must
end at 13:00 by setting it in the program. The oven will switch on at 12:30 and
switch off at 13:00.
Press
to interrupt cooking, the writing PAUSE appears, press
a second
time to cancel the program.
Timer function
With this function it is possible to activate a timer signalling when the set time has
ended.
Repeatedly press symbol
, until the symbol
appears flashing together
with the digits 0:00 of the timer. Adjust the wanted minutes by acting on + and – .
The digits will stop flashing after about 7 seconds. After the set time has past, an
acoustic signal lasting about 7 minutes will warn the time has expired. To stop the
acoustic signal act either on + or –. This function can be used for manual cooking.
Alarm function
This function allows programming a buzzer at a wanted time.
Repeatedly press symbol
until the symbol
appears flashing, together with
the time of the day. Now, using + and – adjust the time of the day when wanting
the alarm to sound. The digits will stop flashing after about 7 seconds. After the
set time has past, an acoustic signal lasting about 7 minutes will warn the time has
expired. To stop the acoustic signal press either + or –.
Meat probe function
The Meat Probe is a sensor which may be connected to the socket inside the
oven and directly inserted in the food to be cooked. The oven can automatically
stop cooking when the food reaches the desired temperature at the location of the
probe.
To activate it, select the desired function and, if necessary, change the
temperature that appears by default (see the section “CHANGING THE DEFAULT
TEMPERATURE”). Now press the key
. The default programmed temperature
value for the probe flashes in the two digits to the right of the timer (with this
function, the timer display is used to display the temperature of the core probe).
The word AUTO also appears. Set the desired core temperature for the dish
between 20/99°C by the buttons + or –.
Press the key GO, the word PAUSE goes off and the cooking commences. The
current temperature is visible by the digits on the left while the temperature you set
is shown on the right-hand digits of the timer display.
Boost function
This function allows you to speed up the oven preheating stage.
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After choosing the desired cooking function, press button
. The most
appropriate elements activate to quickly reach the temperature set and on the
display the symbol
will be visible and will disappear as soon as the temperature
is reached. The program will also sound a buzzer to alert you. At this point the
system will activate the functions previously set.
The quick heating cannot be activated: with the GRILL function, when the
difference between the set temperature and the target temperature is less than
50°C and when the target temperature is less than 100°C.
Display of the temperature
The 5 bars near the set temperature indicator show the temperature level reached
by lighting up as the temperature increases. The nearby flashing upward arrow
signals the oven is warming. After cooking is automatically or manually interrupted,
with the temperature inside the oven above 60°C, the flashing downward arrow
and the writing hot will appear on the display until the oven temperature drops
below 60°C.
Acoustic Signal
The acoustic signal continues at the end of a program for about 7 minutes. To
interrupt it press + or –. The intensity of the signal can be regulated on three
different sound levels in the following way: in STOP position, act on symbol –
keeping it pressed for about 5 seconds until the currently set tone level appears
(tn1 high – tn2 medium – tn3 low). Again act on symbol – to set the wanted level.
The previous screen returns after a few seconds.
Tones of the controls
It is possible to amend the type of sound emitted when acting on the controls.
In STOP position, keep symbol + pressed for about 5 seconds. Again act on
symbol + to choose “bt” (beep tone), “c” (click tone) or “nt” (no tone).
Clock reading mode
The basic programming envisions reading of the time in 24 hours. To display
the time in 12 hours am/pm, keep + and – pressed simultaneously for about 5
seconds. The new setting will appear on the display.
Energy saving option
To limit electric energy waste to a minimum, you may use the PS (Power Save)
function. Once activated, this function switches the oven off completely and,
without cooking functions activated, no intervention can be made with any control.
Keep the symbol
pressed for about 5 seconds, the writing PS on will appear.
The function is now activated and the oven will automatically switch-off after about
1 minute. To switch it on, act on symbol
. To go back to previous situation,
repeat the operation (basic programming is set on PS OFF)..
Safety for children or against accidental contacts
This function allows you to block access to the functionality of the keys both when
the oven is running and as a prevention with the oven is off.
When acting on the
symbol for about 2 seconds, this function is activated, (the
symbol is displayed). This prevents children or other persons from touching
the programmer symbols accidentally, thus modifying the previous program or
starting the oven. Act as follows to deactivate it. Every programmer signal that
occurs during oven operation when the safety lock is activated can be eliminated
by acting on any of the boxed symbols. The safety lock will remain active.
NOTES: The lock must be deactivated to change programme settings.
Errors codes
When situations preventing the normal functioning of the oven occur, the device
warns with a series of errors signals, which:
Err1: communication error – Err2: PT1000 (probe) open circuit – Err3: PT1000
(probe) closed circuit – Err4: temperature on display too high – Err5: Temperature
on the power board too high – Err6: fault on the display – Err7: fault in the power
board – Err8: no heating is detected.
For errors Err4 and Err5, switch-off the oven and leave it to cool down for a few
hours, then try working it again. If the error persists, call the after-sales technical
assistance. If any other errors occur, advise an authorised after-sales technical
representative.
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Replacing the oven light
To prevent electric shocks and/or damage to persons,
read and follow the procedure given below:
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off
before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of
electric shock.
Ensure that the oven and the light bulb are cold and then
remove the protection cover A
Do not touch the hot bulb with a damp cloth, the bulb may
break.
Replace the light bulb with another suitable one of 25 W
for 220 - 230 V with attachment type E14 suitable for high
temperatures.
In case the protection cap is damaged or broken, do not
use the oven until the cap has been replaced or re-inserted
correctly and safely.
Using the CLEAN function
This oven interior has a unique oleophobic (oil repellent) finish
which allows assisted cleaning at much lower temperatures
and energy consumption than in pyrolytic ovens. The CLEAN
function may be used at any time the oven is not being used
for cooking.
This oven interior has a unique oleophobic (oil repellent) finish
which allows assisted cleaning at much lower temperatures
and energy consumption than in pyrolytic ovens. The CLEAN
function may be used at any time the oven is not being used
for cooking.
1. It is recommended for ease of cleaning but not required that
the wire grills, trays, racks and rack holders be removed
from the oven and stored in a safe location. If the oven is
hot use a thick cloth or oven mitt to do this.
2. Set cooking function to using
and , then press
and set the temperature to 250°C, using and .
3. Press
, set the duration to 30 minutes (0:30) and press
again. The CLEAN function will commence immediately.
4. When the acoustic signal sounds, press any key to silence it
then open the oven and allow to cool for 15 minutes
5. Use a slightly damp cloth to wipe clean the enamel interior
of the oven while still warm.
6. If they were removed, return the rack holders, racks, trays
and wire grills to desired locations.
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Instructions for removing and replacing
the door
To remove
1 Open the oven door completely.
2. Insert a 3mm diameter metal rod (not supplied) through
the holes in each hinge (see the diagram).
3. Close the oven door with the rods inserted.
4. Hold the door with a hand on each side and lift it up
slightly and away from the oven, which will remove the
hinges from the slots in the frame of the oven. Never lift
the door by its handle.
5. Do not remove the rods from the hinges while the door is
off the oven
To replace
1. Re-installation is the reverse of the above procedure.
2. Hold both sides of the door at the centre and insert the
ends of the hinges into the slots in the oven frame.
3. Open the door completely and remove the rods from
both hinges.
4. Close the door and make sure that it fits evenly against
the door seal and is aligned with the side edges.
Removing the glass inside the oven door
General notes
To make it easier to clean the door, you can remove the glass
inside it. To take it out, follow the instructions below.
Important: To remove the internal glass you need to remove
the door from the oven (see paragraph on “Removing the
oven door”) and place it on a steady surface that ensures the
necessary steps are conducted safely.
Attention: Do not use any kind of blunt or sharp tool that may
break the glass or damage the door.
Pay attention to which way you place the glass surfaces when
you put them back, as they cannot be turned around. If they
are not positioned correctly, this may affect the operation of
the oven or even seriously damage the appliance.
Door model with profiles (remove the door from the oven)
For this door model, along with the outer glass, you can also
take out the intermediate glass.
Remove the oven door, unscrew the 4 clamping screws of
the steel plates C (fig. 5) that lock the glass surfaces into
place. The glass surfaces can now be removed by slipping
them out. Carry out the same steps in reverse order to place
back the glass surfaces. Take the utmost care to ensure
fig. 5
they are in the right order and are placed the right way
round (the clear glass must be towards the inside and the
position of the lettering on the glass surfaces must be
as in (fig. 6). Also make sure the protective gaskets are
positioned correctly. Some models have a glass anchoring
clip that must be repositioned correctly (fig.7) by keeping
the clip D against the painted strip on the upper part of the
door and inserting the intermediate glass E and inner glass
F into place (as shown in the figure)
Before re-installing the door, make sure the glass is firmly
secured into place
CAUTION! THE REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION MUST
BE CARRIED OUT ACCURATELY AND WITH THE
HIGHEST CARE IN ORDER TO AVOID BREAKING OF
THE GLASS
Attention: Do not remove the hinge locking hooks from
their seat when the door is not mounted in the oven.
Do not close the hinges without the weight of the door
as it causes a violent closing of the springs.
Do not rest weights on the door and do not hang them
on the handle, they might damage the product and
cause malfunctioning. Moreover, do not use the oven
until the oven door has been re-mounted correctly.
fig. 6
fig. 7
Using the turnspit
The spit is positioned transversely with the connection
on the back of the oven. It will operate automatically in
all cooking functions where the internal oven light is
activated. To use, arrange the spit stand in its housing on
the drip tray.
Secure the food to the spit rod with the supplied fork
hooks, then place everything in the spit stand which has
been previously installed as described above.
Select a grill cooking function and set the temperature and
programme according to your recipe.
The spit handle, made of insulating material, must be used
only to remove the spit rod from the oven and must be
removed during cooking.
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Maintenance and cleaning
Disconnect the electric power supply before
performing any type of maintenance on the product
Do not clean the device with steam cleaners.
Do not use rough, abrasive materials or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the oven door, as they can scratch or
damage the surfaces and cause the glass to break. Do not
use acid products (like anti-scaling agents) as they can
damage the enamelled parts.
Turn off the heating elements, wait for the internal parts of
the oven to cool down before touching or cleaning them.
Pay greater attention to the cooking grills. Clean the oven
with care. When cleaning with a wet sponge or soft cloth,
take all due care if the surface is hot as it will produce
steam and you will risk scalding yourself. Moreover, some
detergents create noxious fumes on contact with the heat.
Periodic maintenance
Regularly check the state of the rubber gasket located
around the oven opening. It guarantees the correct
functioning of the oven. If gasket damage is noted, contact
the nearest technical after-sales centre.
Cleaning the surfaces
The enamelled or stainless steel parts must be treated
with caution. Use water or specific products, accurately
drying with a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive products. In
case of tough deposits on enamelled parts, use a plastic
sponge or similar, soaked in hot water and vinegar. It can
become very difficult to remove food residues or stains
from oils, sugars, fats, etc. if they are not immediately
removed after use of the oven. It will make removing them
easier if the internal parts of the oven are cleaned while
they are still warm.
fig. 2
To place back the guides, carry out the steps in reverse
order. Always make sure you do not damage the enamel
on the oven’s walls.
Removing/mounting the sliding guides
There are right and left sliding guides, which means they
are not interchangeable between the two sides of the
oven.
Proceed as follows to remove the sliding element from the
lateral guide:
Release the lateral guide from the oven together with the
sliding element, as reported in the paragraph above.
Place the guide on a flat surface. Now exert some pressure
from top down near the couplings in the sliding element
(fig. 3 step 1). When the couplings underneath come out
from the rod of the lateral guide, the sliding element has
been released and can be removed. (fig. 3 step 2).
Due to an increasing presence of new products on the
market it is not possible to establish a list of items suitable
for cleaning this device. Read the manufacturer instructions
carefully to verify the possible use of the detergent.
Removing/mounting the lateral guides
Proceed as follows to release the lateral guides:
Take the guide by lifting it up at the front and pull it towards
the inside of the oven (fig.1) so that the guide’s hook
comes out from the slot on the oven’s wall.
Now pull the guide towards you and lift it by taking it out
from its housing at the back (fig.2).
fig. 1
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fig. 3
To place back the sliding element, position the upper hooks
on the special rods of the lateral guide. Always make sure
the sliding element is moving towards the outside of the
oven when it is taken out. Now press the sliding element
downwards (fig. 4 step 1) so that it is coupled onto the
lower rods (fig.4 step 2).
fig. 4
Drip pan insertion (removable guide rails
version)
Make sure that the grill front is placed inside the end stops
of the sliding guide rail (fig.3g).
CAUTION use specific hand protection devices if these
operations are performed with a hot oven, as the drip pan
can be very hot.
With the sliding guides fully inside the oven, insert the drip
pan by making the rear side rest at approximately half the
length of the slides, and keeping its front slightly lifted
(fig.1p).
In this position, push the drip pan until the guide rear end
stop is reached; now, put into place the entire drip pan
(fig.2p).
To remove the grill pan, pull it towards you and leave it on
the side sliding guides until they are fully removed; then,
lift it by holding it firmly.
Make sure that the holes of the drip pan front are placed
inside the end stops of the sliding guide (fig.3p).
To remove the drip pan, pull it towards you and leave it on
the side sliding guides until they are fully removed; then,
lift it by holding it firmly.
GRILL INSERTION
CAUTION use specific hand protection devices if these
operations are performed with a hot oven, as the grill can
be very hot.
With the sliding guide rails fully inside the oven, insert
the grill by making its rear (side with the rear rod) rest
at approximately half the length of the guide rails, and
keeping its front slightly lifted (fig.1g).
In this position, push the grill in until the rear end stop is
reached; now, put into place the entire grill (fig.2g).
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Installation instructions
The installation and technical assistance must only
be performed by qualified staff. Carefully read the
safety instructions in this manual before using the
oven. Incorrect installation, maintenance, assistance
and use can cause serious damage/injury to persons
or objects
This product must be installed as instructed in this
manual and in compliance with National Standards
and local regulations in force.
Do not lift or pull the oven from the door handle and
do not force or load weights when this is open.
The purchaser is responsible for installation.
Assistance provided by the manufacturer due to
incorrect installation is excluded from the warranty.
Features of the cabinet
The technical requisites of the cabinet are the following;
–The cabinet and its components must be able
to withstand temperatures of up to 90°C without
presenting deformities and/or surface defects.
– The cabinet must enable the free passage of the oven
connections.
– All household kitchen units must be protected with fireresistant material in accordance with the standards in
force.
Inserting the oven in the cabinet
It is important that all operations relating to installation of
the device are carried out by qualified staff. The oven can
be installed in a column or below the worktop of a kitchen
cabinet.
Electric connection of the oven
FIXED WIRING:
Built-in measurements
The dimensions of the opening to be made in the cabinet
for fitting the oven are indicated in figures. Ensure that the
cabinet where the oven is to be installed, is able to support
the weight of 45 kg. For the opening in the cabinet follow
the dimensions in the respective figure.
It is necessary to create an opening in the rear part of the
bottom of the cabinet or in the oven support shelf, to allow
sufficient air to circulate for the cooling of the oven during
functioning.
Ensure the oven is safely installed inside the cabinet. Use
screws to fix the oven to the front face of the cabinet.
Ensure the electric current has been disconnected
before connecting the oven to the electric mains.
The oven requires single-phase alternate current 220230-240 V~ 50-60 Hz, using flexible cable. Ensure the
household power supply can support the electric load
of the device. (see serial plate). The electric safety of
this appliance is only assured if the same is correctly
connected to a system having efficient earth connection,
according to the legal Standards in force.
In case of permanent connection to the electric mains,
apply a bipolar switch dimensioned to the corresponding
load, with opening for each contact of at least 3 mm in
accordance with the current local regulations.
The installer must ensure that the switch is suitable for the
power absorbed by the oven as indicated on the serial
plate.
The switch must be easily accessible. Disconnection of
the appliance from the electrical supply by the user must
be allowed for.
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Assembly/replacement of the power
supply cable
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
The electric cable must be kept locked to the terminal box
by the cable fix, so that it cannot come out. Connect the
line cable to terminal L, the neutral cable to terminal N
and the yellow/green cable to the earth terminal . The
yellow/green cable must be longer than the other two by
at least 20 mm.
Ensure the electric cable does not pass near or come into
contact with the surfaces reaching a temperature above
75°C.
Earth connection
Installation, connection and earthing of the electric system
must comply with the Australian standard requisites and
meet the provisions of the local Standards in force.
This household appliance requires an earthing
connection for protection against short-circuits or
other electrical faults. It must, therefore, be connected
via appropriate electric wiring and isolating switch.
ATTENTION:
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY
BEFORE PERFORMING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
OR MAINTENANCE ON THE PRODUCT.
Spare parts
Only authorised components can be used for the appliance
repairs. Do not repair or replace any oven component
not recommended by this manual. All interventions and
repairs must be carried out by authorised technical staff.
To request a spare part, indicate the following data:
1)Model of oven (MOD.) and production number (N.L.),
found on the product label positioned on the lower front
part of the oven and on the first page of the booklet.
2)Description and number of the spare part, technical
information available only to the authorised assistance
service.
3)Last, indicate the details of the distributor that sold
the oven and the details of your nearest after-sales
assistance centre.
Technical assistance
In case your oven requires technical assistance and/or
spare parts, contact the dealer or the authorised technical
assistance centre nearest to you.
In this case also it is necessary to state all the appliance
data on the aluminium product label, such as: model
(MOD) lot number (N.L.), etc, label placed on the lower part
of the oven facade or on the first page of the instructions
booklet.
In case of replacement of the electric cable, ensure the use
of an electric cable certified according to the Standards in
force and suitable to the technical features of the product.
Use only flexible cables:
cable type H05RR-FH 3 x 1.5, H05VV-F 3G1.5
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ELECTRIC DATA FOR TYPE AND MODEL
Voltage 220–230–240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
OMF9022
Total power
W
4000
Top resistance
W
1050
Grill resistance
W
2500
Base resistance
W
1500
Circular resistance
W
2500
Oven light
W
25x2
Oven fan
W
30
Tangential fan
W
30
Spit
W
5
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
Width
cm
89.5
Height
cm
59.5
Depth
cm
55
INTERNAL DIMENSIONS
Gross volume
litres
132
Grill cooking area
cm
1100
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2
Warranty and Service
Domestic Warranty – Full three year warranty
In addition to all statutory rights which you, the Purchaser, have under relevant laws in respect of
this appliance, during the first three years of ownership as the original purchaser of this Kleenmaid
appliance, Compass Capital Services trading as Kleenmaid guarantee that any fault caused by
defective material or workmanship becoming apparent will be rectified free of charge with reference
to parts and labour, provided that all service is performed during normal working hours by Kleenmaid
or their designated Agents. Where the appliance is installed outside the normal servicing area of the
above, the Purchaser must pay for the cost of transporting the appliance to and from the Agent or the
Agent’s travel cost to and from the purchaser’s home.
Commercial Warranty – One year warranty
When this appliance is installed in a commercial application, in addition to all statutory rights which
you, the Purchaser, have under relevant laws in respect of this appliance, during the first one year of
ownership as the original purchaser of this Kleenmaid appliance, Compass Capital Services trading as
Kleenmaid guarantee that any fault caused by defective material or workmanship becoming apparent
will be rectified free of charge with reference to parts and labour, provided that all service is performed
during normal working hours by Kleenmaid or their designated Agents. Where the appliance is installed
outside the normal servicing area of the above, the Purchaser must pay for the cost of transporting the
appliance to and from the Agent or the Agent’s travel cost to and from the purchaser’s home.
What these warranties do not cover
Compass Capital Services trading as Kleenmaid is not responsible for any damage or malfunction
unless caused by a defect in material or workmanship. This includes but is not limited to abuse,
misuse, improper installation and transportation damage. Compass Capital Services trading as
Kleenmaid is not responsible for consequential damages from any malfunction.
This warranty does not cover wear or breakage of consumable items such as door seals , replacement
of light globes or glass breakage due to impact. In case of fractured glass do not use your appliance.
Purchaser’s responsibility
The Purchaser must make the appliance available for servicing and shall bear any costs incurred
for any de-installation and/or re-installation required to make the appliance available for servicing.
Compass Capital Services trading as Kleenmaid is not liable for any consequential damage incurred
during de-installation or re-installation.
Warranty registration and Proof of Purchase.
Please complete warranty details below and retain together with your proof of purchase document.
When requesting service under this warranty the Purchaser agrees that Proof of Purchase of their
Kleenmaid appliance will be necessary in order to make the warranty valid. Inability to provide Proof
of Purchase even though this warranty is in place will not bind Compass Capital Services trading as
Kleenmaid to repair the appliance at no charge under this warranty and will require the Purchaser to
pay for the service costs in full.
Model Number
For service assistance visit
www.kleenmaidhelp.com.au
Date of purchase
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Compass Capital Services Pty Limited
trading as Kleenmaid
ABN 96138214525
Level 2, 204 Botany Road
Alexandria NSW 2015
E: help@kmaid.com.au
www.kleenmaid-appliances.com.au