User guide
Aerotech oven
OB30 models
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Four Aerotech
Modèles de série OB30
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Modelos serie OB30
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Contents
Safety and warnings
Introduction
Using your oven - before you start
Setting the clock
Using the oven controls
Oven functions
Using your oven
Positioning the shelves
Choosing the right bakeware
Selecting function and temperature
Preheating your oven
Using the oven functions
Using the meat probe
Automatic cooking
Cooking guidelines
Care and cleaning
User preference settings
Troubleshooting
Warranty and service
Important!
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The models shown in this user guide may not be available in all markets and are
subject to change at any time. For current details about model and specification
availability in your country, please go to our website www.fisherpaykel.com or
contact your local Fisher & Paykel dealer.
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Safety and warnings
Operation
Your oven has been carefully designed to operate safely during normal cooking procedures.
Please keep the following guidelines in mind when you are using your oven:
WARNING!
Electrical Shock Hazard
Turn the oven off at the wall before replacing fuses or the oven lamp.
Failure to do so may result in death or electrical shock.
WARNING!
Hot Surface Hazard
Accessible parts may become hot when in use.
To avoid burns and scalds, keep children away.
Use oven mitts or other protection when handling hot surfaces such as oven
shelves or dishes.
Use care when opening the oven door.
Let hot air or steam escape before removing or replacing food.
Do not touch heating elements or interior surfaces of the oven. Heating
elements may be hot even though they are dark in color. Interior surfaces of
an oven become hot enough to cause burns. During and after use, do not
touch, or let clothing or other flammable materials contact heating elements
or interior surfaces of the oven until they have had sufficient time to cool.
Other surfaces of the appliance may become hot enough to cause burns among these surfaces are the oven vent, the surface near the oven vent, and
the oven door and window.
Failure to do so could result in burns and scalds.
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Important safety precautions
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons, or damage when using the oven,
follow the important safety precautions listed below:
Read all the instructions before using the oven. Use the oven only for its intended purpose as
described in these instructions.
Proper installation: be sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a qualified
technician.
Isolating switch: make sure this oven is connected to a circuit which incorporates an isolating
switch providing full disconnection from the power supply.
Never use your appliance for warming or heating the room. Persons could be burned or injured or
a fire could start.
Household appliances are not intended to be played with by children.
Do not leave children alone. Children should not be left alone or unattended in the area where
the appliance is in use. They should never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.
Children or persons with a disability which limits their ability to use the appliance, should have a
responsible person to instruct them in its use. The instructor should be satisfied that they can use
the appliance without danger to themselves or their surroundings.
Do not place heavy objects on the oven door.
Wear proper apparel. Do not wear loose fitting or hanging garments when using the appliance.
They could ignite or melt if they touch an element or hot surface and you could be burned.
User servicing: do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically
recommended in the manual. All other servicing should be referred to a qualified technician.
Storage in or on appliance: flammable materials should not be stored in an oven or near its
surface.
Do not use water on grease fires. Smother the fire or flame or use a dry chemical or foam type
extinguisher.
Use only dry oven mitts or potholders. Moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces could result in
burns from steam. Do not let potholders touch hot areas or heating elements. Do not use a towel
or a bulky cloth for a potholder. It could catch fire.
Do not heat unopened food containers. They can build up pressure that may cause the container
to burst and result in injury.
Safe food handling: leave food in the oven for as short a time as possible before and after
cooking. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may cause food poisoning. Take
particular care during warm weather.
Always keep oven vents unobstructed.
Caution. Hot air can blow from the vent at the base of the oven as part of the oven’s cooling
system.
Do not place aluminum foil, dishes, trays, water or ice on the oven floor during cooking, as this
will irreversibly damage the porcelain enamel.
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Placement of oven racks (shelves): always position racks (shelves) in the desired location while
the oven is cool (before preheating). If a rack (shelf) must be removed while the oven is hot, do
not let the oven mitts or potholder contact hot heating elements in the oven or the base of the
oven.
Do not clean the door seal or cavity seals (gaskets) or use any oven-cleaning products on them.
They are essential for a good seal, which ensures that the oven operates efficiently. Care should
be taken not to rub, damage or move them.
Do not use oven cleaners, harsh/abrasive cleaning agents, waxes, or polishes. No commercial
oven cleaner, oven liner, or protective coating of any kind should be used in or around any part of
the oven. Do not use harsh/abrasive cleaners, scourers or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven
door glass since they scratch the surface, which may result in the glass shattering.
Clean only the parts listed in this manual.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean any part of the oven.
Before starting a self-clean cycle, remove oven shelves/racks, side racks/shelf supports, broiler
pan and all other cookware/utensils, and wipe up large food spills or grease deposits.
During a self-clean cycle, the oven reaches higher temperatures than it does for cooking. Under
such conditions, the surfaces may get hotter than usual and children should be kept away.
Do not store things children might want above the oven. Children could be burned or injured
while climbing on the oven to retrieve items.
Do not install or operate the appliance if it is damaged or not working properly. If you receive a
damaged product, contact your dealer or installer immediately.
Use only bakeware approved for oven use. Follow the bakeware manufacturer’s instructions.
The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires businesses to warn
customers of potential exposure to substances which are known by the State of California to
cause cancer or reproductive harm. Small amounts of harmful chemicals are given off in the
oven’s self-cleaning cycle from insulation and food decomposition. Significant exposure to these
substances can cause cancer and reproductive harm. Venting with a hood or open window, and
wiping out excess food spills prior to self-cleaning the oven reduces exposure.
Introduction
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About your new oven
Thank you for buying a Fisher and Paykel built-in multifunctional oven. Now that it is installed
and ready to use, you will want to know everything about it to make sure you get excellent
results right from the start. This guide introduces you to all its features, as well as giving you a set
of cooking guidelines. We recommend you read the entire guide before using your new oven, for
both safety and for cooking success.
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Cavity seal (gasket)
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Control panel
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Door handle
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Oven window
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Upper oven
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Lower oven (double models only)
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Model & serial number
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Self-clean latch
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Door seal (gasket)
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Using your oven - before you start
Setting the clock
When your oven is connected to a power supply for the first time, a tone will sound and the
clock display will light up. The clock display will show ‘12:00’ and the colon ( : ) will flash. Next,
set the clock.
Important!
You must set the clock before you can use the oven.
To set the clock
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While the colon (:) is flashing, rotate the PUSH
button until the correct time is showing.
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Press the CLOCK button to set the time, or wait eight seconds and it will set automatically.
Refer to ‘User preference settings’ for instructions on how to change between 12-hour and 24hour display.
a Clock display
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b C L O C K button
- allows you to set the clock
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PUSH TO
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- turn this button to set the clock, timer,
probe temperature, cook time, stop time
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- press this button to clear the display
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Using the oven controls
In double ovens, knobs on the left are for the upper oven and knobs on the right are for the
lower oven. Pushing the oven cavity selector button lets you toggle between the oven cavities,
for example if you are setting automatic programs.
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a TIMER button
b COOK TIME button
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c STOP TIME button
d PROBE button
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PUSH TO
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button (rotate/press)
g Upper oven cavity display
h Lower oven cavity display
i Oven cavity selector button - press this
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button to toggle between upper and
lower cavity settings
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Timer
You can use the timer at any time, even when you are not using the oven.
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To set the timer
Press the TIMER button. The TIMER symbol and the colon will flash in the clock display.
Rotate the PUSH TO
button until you have the time you need. Press the TIMER button or wait
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eight seconds for the setting to be adopted and the timer will begin to count down.
To cancel the timer, press the TIMER button then the PUSH TO
button.
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When the set time finishes, the TIMER symbol and 0:00 will flash and the oven will beep. Press the
TIMER or PUSH TO
button to stop the beeping and clear the timer.
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The timer does not turn the oven off.
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Oven Functions
BAKING
TRUE AERO: fan plus fan element
A concealed heating element surrounding the fan in the rear of the oven heats air,
which is then blown into the cavity. The consistent temperature ensures baking is
well risen and evenly colored. Cookies are crisp on the outside and chewy in the
middle, meat and poultry are deliciously browned and sizzling while remaining
juicy and tender. Casseroles are cooked to perfection and reheating is quick and
efficient. TRUE AERO is the function to choose for multi-shelf cooking and complete
oven meals. TRUE AERO is excellent for baking angel food cake.
AERO BAKE: fan plus upper and lower elements
The oven fan circulates hot air from the top outer and the lower concealed
elements and distributes it around the oven cavity. Food cooked using the AERO
BAKE function tends to brown more quickly than foods cooked on the traditional
BAKE function. Use AERO BAKE at a low temperature –125 °F (50°C)– for drying fruit,
vegetables and herbs.
BAKE: upper and lower elements
Heat comes from the top outer and lower concealed elements. BAKE is the
traditional baking function, ideal for cakes. If baking on two shelves, arrange dishes
so no item is directly over another. BAKE is ideal for foods that require baking for a
long time or at low temperatures, like meringues and rich fruitcakes.
AERO PASTRY: fan plus lower element
The fan circulates heat from the lower concealed element throughout the oven.
Excellent for sweet and savory pastry foods, for moist breads and brownies and
cookies that you want extra chewy.
PASTRY BAKE: lower element
Heat comes from the lower element only. This is a traditional baking function,
suitable for recipes that were developed in older ovens. For best results, bake on
only one shelf at a time. It is perfect for foods that require delicate baking and have
a pastry base, like custard tarts, pies, quiches and cheesecake or anything that does
not require direct heat and browning on the top.
ROASTING
ROAST
This is a two-step program. The oven does not require preheating. An initial 20minute searing stage crisps and browns the roast and caramelizes the juices on the
outside of the meat , then the temperature drops to the level you have preset for
the remainder of the cooking period, producing a tender and juicy roast that is full
of flavor. This function is also great for cooking vegetables. Little browning takes
place after the initial searing.
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BROILING
BROIL: upper inner element
BROIL delivers intense heat from the inner region of the top element. Great when
you need to quickly broil one to two portions of your usual favorites, like crispy
chicken breasts or a steak.
MAXI BROIL: upper inner and outer elements
MAXI BROIL delivers intense heat from the entire top element. It is the most
suitable function for ‘finishing off’ many meals, for example browning the top of
potato gratin and frittata. Use MAXI BROIL to toast bread or to broil your favorite
chicken, fish and steak.
AERO BROIL: fan plus upper inner and outer elements
AERO BROIL produces food with a finish that is similar to a rotisserie. Meat, poultry
and vegetables cook beautifully; food is crisp and brown on the outside while
the inside remains moist and tender. Try using this function for whole chicken or
tenderloin of beef.
WARM
WARM is a constant low heat of 165°F (75°C). Use it to keep cooked food hot, or to
warm plates and serving dishes. To reheat food from cold, use TRUE AERO and
change to WARM only when the food is piping hot, as this function will not bring
cold food up to a temperature high enough to kill any harmful bacteria.
SELF CLEAN
This oven features a pyrolytic self-cleaning cycle that takes care of the mess and
grime that is traditionally associated with oven cleaning. During self-cleaning, the
oven reaches very high temperatures. This burns off and breaks down soil and
grease deposits. A smoke eliminator and active venting system eradicates odor. For
instructions on how to use SELF CLEAN, see the ‘Care and cleaning’ section.
Cooling fan
A cooling fan will come on automatically and blow air out below the oven door during the use
of most oven functions. It may continue to run after the oven is turned off to keep the door and
control panel cool.
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Positioning the shelves
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Placing the telescopic sliding shelves on the side racks provides eight cooking
positions to choose from. See the ‘Cooking guidelines’ for suggested shelf positions.
To position the shelves
Always position oven shelves BEFORE heating the oven.
To remove a sliding shelf, grip it by its two front corners (making sure you are gripping the
wire shelf and the sliding frame together), tilt upwards and pull it out of the oven.
To place a sliding shelf in the oven correctly, position it so that the front bar is toward you, as
shown.
Check that the sliding frame is not extended.
Check the guard rail (as shown) to make sure the shelf is the right way up.
Position the shelf so that it is level and the rear shelf tags on both sides of the sliding frame
rest on the side racks (as shown).
Then push the sliding shelf all the way to the back of the oven, until the front shelf tags drop
into place.
Note: generally, the shelf positions in the top of the oven are suitable for broiling. Those in the
middle or lower region of the oven are suitable for baking, roasting and casseroles.
For your safety, the wire shelves and telescopic sliding frames are built together as one unit
and are not separable. This means that when placed properly on the side racks, the slides will
prevent the wire shelves from tilting when pulled towards you.
To prevent the tags from lifting off the side racks, take care to slide the shelves forward
horizontally.
Guard rail
Mounting
slots
Side rack
Side rack
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stud
Wire shelf
Shelf tag
Sliding frame
(push fully into place)
Front bar
Retaining wire
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Choosing the right bakeware
The size, shape and material of the bakeware will affect the
baking time.
Rack
The three-piece broil/roast system provided with your
oven (consisting of the pan, grid and rack) has been
designed to reduce splatter and smoke, and is therefore
Grid
ideal for broiling and roasting. We suggest you place meat
on the broil/roast rack (on top of the pan and grid) to
allow hot air to circulate around it. This gives more even
browning and a result similar to a rotisserie.
Pan
On occasions, you may want to use only two pieces of the
system. For example, when roasting a large turkey, use
only the pan and grid for greater stability.
Metal bakeware results in the fastest baking time. Dark baking pans or those with a dull finish
absorb heat or brown food, especially on the base, faster than shiny pans.
A shiny finish may work best for some cakes and cookies, as it reflects some heat and gives a less
intensive baking surface.
If using dark baking pans, it may be necessary to reduce the oven temperature by 25°F (10°C). It
may also be necessary to extend the baking time by a couple of minutes.
Insulated cookie sheets or baking pans may increase the length of baking time.
Use glass or ceramic bakeware for foods that do not require a dark brown crust (eg soufflé or
lasagna).
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Selecting function and temperature
To select a function, turn the function knob.
To select a temperature, turn the temperature knob
clockwise.
For double ovens, knobs on the left are for the upper
oven and knobs on the right are for the lower oven.
See the ‘Cooking guidelines’ section for suggested
functions and temperatures.
Preheating your oven
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Preheat your oven when using the following functions for baking: TRUE AERO, AERO BAKE, BAKE,
AERO PASTRY and PASTRY BAKE. These functions are equipped with a fast preheat: the oven will
heat to 350°F (175°C) in approximately 10 minutes and to 425°F (225°C) in approximately 15
minutes.
When your oven is preheating, the selected temperature is displayed alternately with the actual
oven temperature. When the oven reaches the selected temperature, a beep will sound and the
illuminated ring around the temperature knob will change from red to white.
If you want to increase the oven temperature during cooking, follow these steps to reactivate the
fast preheat:
Turn the function and temperature knobs to OFF.
Wait for the display lights to go out.
Then select the new settings.
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Using the oven functions
Baking
For best results when baking, always preheat the oven to the temperature recommended in the
recipe.
Make sure cake pans do not touch each other or the sides of the oven by staggering them across
shelves.
If using the BAKE function and baking on more than one shelf (eg layer cakes), stagger the cake
pans so one is not directly above another.
TRUE AERO is good for multi-shelf baking as the temperature inside the cavity is even.
Do not open the oven door until at least ¾ through the suggested baking time.
When baking double the recipe, especially cookies, it may be necessary to increase the baking
time by a couple of minutes.
The circulating air of convection (AERO) functions heats and browns foods more quickly than
using non-convection functions.
When converting recipes from BAKE to AERO BAKE, the oven temperature can normally be
lowered by 25°F (10°C); the baking time will remain the same. For some recipes, it may work
better to reduce the baking time by several minutes and leave the oven temperature unchanged.
For recipes with longer baketimes (ie over an hour), best results may be achieved by reducing
both slightly.
Food flavors and smells will not transfer between different foods cooked using convection
functions. As a general rule, TRUE AERO is excellent for turkeys and baking foods on multiple
shelves; AERO BAKE browns dishes well and is ideal for dishes cooked in under an hour; BAKE
is generally the function to choose for delicate foods and those in the oven for longer than an
hour.
Important!
Do not place aluminum foil, dishes with reflective qualities or any object on the oven floor as this will cause
a heat build-up which will irreversibly damage the porcelain enamel.
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Roasting
Using the ROAST function will give you a tender and juicy roast that is full of flavor.
Place the meat on the broil/roast system on a shelf so that the top of the roast is in the center
of the oven or lower.
Tender cuts should be cooked at a high temperature quickly, while tougher cuts require a
lower temperature for a longer time.
Use the meat probe for perfect results – it takes the guesswork out of telling when your roast
is done. See the instructions on ‘Using the meat probe’.
Thick pieces of meat take longer to cook than thin pieces of the same weight.
Boneless, rolled or stuffed roasts take longer to cook than roasts containing bones.
Poultry should always be well cooked with the juices running clear at an internal temperature
of 170°F (75°C).
Roasting uses dry heat. Don’t add water to your roast as this has a steaming effect.
Vegetables are excellent cooked on ROAST. You can also place them around meat on the broil/
roast system. Do this partway through cooking a large piece of meat which takes longer than
two hours to cook, so that you do not overcook the vegetables. Note that the vegetables will
brown and cook more slowly if they have missed the initial searing stage.
In ROAST function, the initial searing is too hot for roasting bags. Use TRUE AERO, AERO BAKE
or BAKE if you are using roasting or oven bags and follow the manufacturer’s guidelines.
Broiling
Using the BROIL, MAXI BROIL and AERO BROIL functions gives you a healthier alternative to
frying. It is also a great way to cook vegetables. AERO BROIL is especially suitable for foods
that you might normally pan-fry, barbecue or rotisserie. Always broil with the oven door
completely closed. Note that power levels are expressed as a percentage from LO (50% power)
to HI (100% power) in BROIL and MAXI BROIL functions. Most broiling is carried out on HI, but
you may want to reduce the heat to suit your needs. We recommend that you place food on
the three-piece broil/roast system. In BROIL and MAXI BROIL, best results may be achieved by
preheating the broiler for about five minutes before you begin cooking.
If you use glass or ceramic dishes and pans, be sure that they can withstand the high
temperature of the broiler.
To prevent food sticking, spray the grid with a light coating of non-stick cooking spray.
To avoid piercing the meat and letting juices escape, use tongs or a spatula when you turn the
meat halfway through the cooking time.
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Tips for dehydrating fruit
To obtain high quality dried fruit, select only unblemished, ripe fruit.
Wash fruit thoroughly and pat dry. Peel if desired. Fruit that is not peeled will take longer to dry.
Remove pits, stems or seeds if necessary. Place fruit on a baking tray on a shelf in the oven.
We recommend using TRUE AERO or AERO BAKE at 125°F (50°C).
Tips for proofing bread
Your oven provides an ideal sealed environment for proofing bread.
Preheat the oven on BAKE at 100°F (30°C). When you are ready to proof the dough, turn the
temperature OFF, leaving the function knob at BAKE, and place the dough in a covered bowl on
a shelf in the warm oven. It will be the perfect temperature to proof dough. The oven is so well
insulated that it will stay warm for several hours.
Note: some recipes recommend putting water or ice in the oven with the bread dough during
baking. The additional moisture improves the bread crust. You must place the water or ice in a
heat resistant dish and on an oven shelf in positions 1 or 2. Do not put it directly onto the oven
floor. Placing water, ice or any dish or tray directly on the oven floor will irreversibly damage the
porcelain enamel.
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Using the meat probe
Use your meat probe to accurately judge when your meat is perfectly cooked. You can use the
probe on TRUE AERO, AERO BAKE, ROAST, AERO BROIL and BAKE functions.
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Insert the metal probe horizontally into the center of the
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thickest part of the fully defrosted meat. The thicker the
meat, the longer it will take to cook, so it is important that
the probe is measuring the temperature of the meat at its
thickest point. Make sure the probe does not touch bone (pull
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probe away from bone ½”(1.5 cm)), fat or gristle, as these will
heat up more quickly than the lean meat.
Place the meat on the broil/roast system.
a Metal probe
c Handle
When the oven has preheated (if required) to the set
b Plug
d Cable
temperature, place the broil/roast system in the oven and
insert the plug end of the meat probe into the probe socket,
using an oven mitt if the oven is hot. The probe socket is on
the left hand side of the oven, just under shelf position 7.
Make sure the probe is pushed completely into the socket,
then close the oven door.
Select the upper or lower oven for double models using the
cavity selector button.
Press the PROBE button on the control panel. The preset temperature of 150°F (65°C) and PROBE
will light up in the display. If you want to select a different internal food temperature from the
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preset temperature, rotate the PUSH
button while the PROBE symbol is flashing. For
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temperature guidelines, see the ‘Cooking guidelines’ section.
During cooking, the display will show the actual internal temperature of the meat. To look at the
set internal temperature, press PROBE.
The oven will beep and automatically turn off when the meat reaches the set internal
temperature. The temperature and function displays will remain on and the oven light will go
out.
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Return the oven to manual operation by pressing the PUSH
button. Turn the function and
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temperature knobs to OFF.
To cancel the probe setting before the set temperature has been reached, press the PROBE button
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Tips for using the meat probe
You can use the meat probe with automatic cooking functions. If the meat reaches the set
temperature before the stop time is reached, the probe will turn the oven off.
The internal temperature of the meat will continue to rise by 5-15°F (2-8°C) after you have
removed it from the oven, so allow for this in your calculations. Cover with foil and let it rest for
15 to 20 minutes.
Important!
Use only the meat probe supplied with your oven, purchased from your Fisher & Paykel dealer or
replaced under warranty by your nearest Fisher & Paykel Authorized Service Center.
Hold the meat probe at the handle when inserting and removing it from food and the meat probe
socket.
Remember to remove the meat probe from the oven before you start a self-clean cycle.
Do not store the probe in the oven.
Only use the probe with fully defrosted food.
Wash the meat probe in mild soapy water. It is NOT dishwasher safe.
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Automatic cooking
Automatic time (delayed start) cooking will turn the oven on and off at times you have set.
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To set automatic time cooking
Check that the clock shows the correct time.
In double ovens, choose the upper or lower oven. This is important.
Select the function and temperature.
Decide how long the food will take to cook, allowing time for preheating if necessary.
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Press the COOK TIME button and rotate the PUSH
button to select this length of time. You
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do not need to set a start time.
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Press the STOP TIME button, and rotate the PUSH
button to select the time of day you
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want the oven to stop cooking.
Note: you must set this stop time within eight seconds, or the cook time settings will be
automatically adopted. To cancel the cook time settings, turn the function and temperature
knobs to OFF, as described in ‘Canceling automatic cooking’.
When automatic cooking is set
The function and temperature knobs will still function (as during manual operation). You can
alter these before or during cooking, and you can manually turn the oven off before the set cook
time has finished.
Before cooking starts, DELAY, AUTO and the current time will show in the clock display. The
function and temperature displays will go out, and the oven light will be off.
During cooking, AUTO, COOK TIME and the remaining cook time will show in the clock display.
The function and temperature displays will be bright, and the oven light will be on.
When automatic cooking has finished
When cooking has finished, the oven will beep and turn off. The temperature and function
displays will go out, and the oven light will go off. COOK TIME and AUTO will flash in the clock
display.
Turn the function and temperature knobs to OFF. The oven light will stay on for eight seconds,
and then go off when the oven returns to manual operation.
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Automatic stop cooking
You can set the oven to automatic stop cooking at any time during cooking, or when you turn
the oven on.
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To set automatic stop cooking
Check that the clock shows the correct time.
In double ovens, choose the upper or lower oven. This is important.
Select the function and temperature.
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Press the STOP TIME button, and rotate the PUSH
button to select the time you want the
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oven to stop cooking.
When automatic stop cooking is set
During cooking, AUTO, COOK TIME and the remaining cook time will show in the clock display.
The function and temperature displays will be bright, and the oven light will be on.
When automatic stop cooking has finished
When the cook time has finished, the oven will beep and turn off. The function and temperature
displays will go out, and the oven light will go off. COOK TIME and AUTO will flash in the clock
display.
Turn the function and temperature knobs to OFF. The oven light will stay on for eight seconds,
and then go off when the oven returns to manual operation.
Canceling automatic cooking
To cancel automatic time and automatic stop cooking, turn the function and temperature
knobs to OFF. After eight seconds, the clock display will revert to the time of day, and the oven
will return to manual operation.
Important!
Avoid using foods that will spoil while waiting for the cooking cycle to begin. Typical foods to
avoid include those containing eggs and dairy products, cream soups, cooked and uncooked
meats, poultry and fish.
If cooking will not begin immediately, place only very cold or frozen food in the oven. Most
unfrozen food should never stand in the oven for more than two hours before cooking begins.
Do not allow food to remain in the oven for more than one hour after cooking finished.
Automatic cooking is not suitable for food needing to be cooked in a preheated oven, eg delicate
baked goods.
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Cooking guidelines
The recommendations in the following charts are guidelines. A lot of factors affect the exact time
and temperature required for baking, roasting and broiling. Follow the instructions in your recipe
or on packaging and be prepared to adjust the oven settings and cook times to achieve the best
possible results for you.
Baking
Bread (rolls)
one shelf
two shelves
Bread (loaf )
Biscuits/Muffins/Sugar cookies
Cup cakes/Small cakes
Layer cake (8”/20cm or
9”/23cm round pans)
Angel food cake
Pound cake
Layer cake (9”x13”/23x33cm pan)
Butter or chocolate cake
Rich fruit cake
Brownie (9”x13”/23x33cm pan)
Meringues
Fruit pie (two-crust)
Pumpkin pie
English custard tart
Baked cheesecake
Crème caramel and Crème
brulee (in ‘water bath’)
Pie crust
Quiche
Pizza
Lasagna
Casserole
Vegetables
Complete oven meal
one shelf
two shelves
one shelf
two shelves
one shelf
two shelves
from scratch
frozen
AERO BROIL
MAXI BROIL
BROIL
ROAST
PASTRY BAKE
AERO
PASTRY
BAKE
AERO BAKE
TRUE AERO
This chart will help you to match your cooking requirements to the most appropriate cooking
function. Note: Recommended method
Alternative method
Cooking guidelines
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Roasting
Roast beef/pork/lamb
Roast chicken (whole)
Roast chicken (pieces)
Roast turkey
Vegetables
Broiling
Steak/Chops/Cutlets
Fish
Ground meat patties
Vegetables
Toast
AERO BROIL
MAXI BROIL
BROIL
ROAST
PASTRY BAKE
AERO
PASTRY
BAKE
AERO BAKE
TRUE AERO
This chart will help you to match your cooking requirements to the most appropriate cooking
function. Note: Recommended method
Alternative method
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Cooking guidelines
Shelf
(single; multi) Temp °F
TRUEAERO
Temp °C
Time (min)
350
175
40-50
375
190
35-45
4
4
3
4
4
2&6
2, 4 & 6
425
425-450
375
425-450
375
375
375
215
215-230
175
215-230
175
175
175
22-28
10-12
23-30
10-12
6-10
7-11
8-12
4
365
185
13-18
one shelf
4
340-350
170-175
32-38
two shelves
4&6
340-350
170-175
32-38
one shelf
4
340-350
170-175
27-33
two shelves
4&6
340-350
170-175
27-33
4
340-350
170-175
32-38
from scratch
mix
4
2
2
350
325
350
175
160
175
30-40
70-80
48-58
from scratch
4
350
175
20-25
from scratch
1
325-350
160-175
50-60
mix
1
350
175
37-47
4
250-270
425 then
375
375
425-450
375
350-375
350-360
350-375
120-130
215 then
190
190
215-230
175
175-190
175-180
175-190
60-70
Baking
Bread
Bread
American sandwich loaf 3
9”x5”/23x13cm loaf pan
wholewheat loaf
3
- 9”x5”/23x13cm loaf pan
Cornbread
Biscuits
Muffins, large
English scones
Sugar cookies
Cup cakes/Small
cakes
Layer cakes, yellow,
white & chocolate
(8”/20cm round pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”/23cm round pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”x13”/23x33cm
pan)
Fatless sponge cake
Pound cake
Brownie (8”x8”/
20x20cm pan)
Angel food cake
(10”x4”/25x10cm
tube pan)
Meringues
Fruit pie (two-crust)
Pizza
Lasagna
Casserole
Vegetables
one shelf
two shelves
three shelves
from scratch
2
frozen
from scratch
frozen
2
4
4
4
3
4
20 then 25
45-65
10-15
18-25
40-50
60-90
30-60
Cooking guidelines
AERO BAKE
Shelf
(single; multi) Temp °F
Temp °C
Time (min)
325-350
170-175
35-50
350-375
180-190
30-45
4
4
3
4
4
400-425
400-425
375
400-425
375
210-215
210-215
175
210-215
175
20-25
8-10
20-25
8-12
6-10
4
365
185
13-18
one shelf
4
340
170
32-38
two shelves
4&6
340
170
32-38
one shelf
4
340
170
27-33
two shelves
4&6
340
170
27-33
4
340
170
32-38
4
2
2
325-350
325
325-350
160-175
160
160-175
30-40
60-75
48-58
4
325-350
160-175
20-25
2
250
400 then
350
350
425
375
350-375
350
350-375
120
200 then
175
175
215
175
175-190
175
175-190
60
Baking
Bread
Bread
Cornbread
Biscuits
Muffins, large
English scones
Sugar cookies
Cup cakes/Small
cakes
Layer cakes, yellow,
white & chocolate
(8”/20cm round
pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”/23cm round
pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”x13”/23x33cm
pan)
Fatless sponge cake
Pound cake
American sandwich loaf 2
9”x5”/23x13cm loaf pan
wholewheat loaf
2 or 3
- 9”x5”/23x13cm loaf pan
from scratch
mix
Brownie (8”x8”/
20x20cm pan)
Meringues
Fruit pie (two-crust)
Pizza
Lasagna
Casserole
Vegetables
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from scratch
2
frozen
from scratch
frozen
2
4
4
4
3
3 or 4
20 then 25
45-65
10-12
18-20
35-40
60-90
30-50
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Cooking guidelines
Shelf
(single; multi) Temp °F
BAKE
Temp °C
Time (min)
350
175
40-50
375
190
35-45
4
4
3
4
4
425
425-450
375
425-450
375
215
215-230
175
215-230
175
22-28
10-12
23-30
10-12
6-10
4
365
185
15-20
one shelf
4
340-350
170-175
32-38
two shelves
4&6
340-350
170-175
32-38
one shelf
4
340-350
170-175
27-33
two shelves
4&6
340-350
170-175
27-33
4
340-350
170-175
32-38
from scratch
mix
4
2
2
4
350
325
350
275-300
175
160
175
135-150
30-40
70-80
48-58
3-6 hrs
from scratch
4
350
175
20-25
from scratch
1
325-350
160-175
50-60
mix
1
325-350
160-175
37-47
2
250-270
425 then
375
375
425-450
375
350-375
350-360
350-375
120-130
215 then
190
190
215-230
175
175-190
175-180
175-190
60-70
Baking
Bread
Bread
Cornbread
Biscuits
Muffins, large
English scones
Sugar cookies
Cup cakes/Small
cakes
Layer cakes, yellow,
white & chocolate
(8”/20cm round
pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”/23cm round
pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”x13”/23x33cm
pan)
Fatless sponge cake
Pound cake
Rich fruit cake
Brownie (8”x8”/
20x20cm pan)
Angel food cake
(10”x4”/25x10cm
tube pan)
Meringues
Fruit pie (two-crust)
Pizza
Lasagna
Casserole
Vegetables
American sandwich loaf 2 or 3
9”x5” /23x13cm loaf pan
wholewheat loaf
2 or 3
- 9”x5” /23x13cm loaf pan
from scratch
2
frozen
from scratch
frozen
2
4
4
3 or 4
3
3 or 4
20 then 25
45-65
10-15
18-25
40-50
60-90
30-60
Cooking guidelines
AERO PASTRY
Shelf
Temp °F
Temp °C
Time (min)
4
3
350
350 then
375
350 then
275
300
175
175 then
190
175 then
135
150
4
350
175
4
4
3
3
425
350
350
275
215
175
175
135
20-30
20-30 then
30-35
20-30 then
25-35
55-60
20-30 then
20-30
10-15
18-25
35-40
40-45
Shelf
Temp °F
Temp °C
Time (min)
4
3
375
375 then
300
325
190
190 then
150
160
4
375
190
3
3
4
350
275
275-300
175
135
135-150
20-30
20-30 then
25-35
55-60
20-30 then
30-35
35-40
40-45
3-6 hrs
Baking
Pastry shell
baked ‘blind’
bake pastry ‘blind’ then
Pumpkin pie
add filling
bake pastry ‘blind’ then
English custard tart
add filling
Baked cheesecake (in ‘water bath’)
bake pastry ‘blind’ then
Quiche
add filling
from scratch
Pizza
frozen
Crème caramel
Crème brulee
(in ‘water bath’)
(in ‘water bath’)
PASTRY BAKE
4 then 2
4
Baking
Pie crust
baked ‘blind’
bake pastry ‘blind’ then
English custard tart
add filling
Baked cheesecake (in ‘water bath’)
bake pastry ‘blind’ then
Quiche
add filling
(in ‘water bath’)
Crème caramel
Crème brulee
Rich fruit cake
(in ‘water bath’)
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Cooking guidelines
MAXI BROIL & BROIL
Shelf
Broil setting Time (min)
Steaks - rare
Steaks - medium
Hamburger ground - patties
7
6 or 7
6 or 7
HI
HI
HI
8-10
10-15
12-15
Lamb
Chops - medium
Chops - well done
7
7
HI
HI
15-20
20-25
Chops - well done
7
HI
15-20
Ham steak
Bacon
6 or 7
7
HI
HI
15-20
4-7
Sausages
Sausages
6 or 7
HI
10-15
Fish
Filets
Whole
6 or 7
6 or 7
HI
HI
8-12
15-20
Beef
Pork
Cooking guidelines
AERO BROIL
Shelf
Temp °F
Temp °C
Time (min)
rare
4
325
160
medium
4
325
160
well done
4
325
160
Lamb
Chops - medium
Chops - well done
Rack - medium
6 or 7
6 or 7
5
400-440
400-440
400-410
200-225
200-225
200-210
15-20
20-25
20-30
Pork
Chops - well done
6 or 7
375-410
190-210
20-25
Whole
3
340-360
170-180
Boneless pieces
Bone-in pieces
5
5
350-375
350-375
175-190
175-190
30-35 per
lb/450g
30-50
30-50
Fish
Filets
Whole
6 or 7
6 or 7
400-425
400-425
200-220
200-220
8-12
15-20
Beef
Boneless roast 1-4
lb/ 450-1800g
18-32 per
lb/450g
25-40 per
lb/450g
30-55 per
lb/450g
Chicken
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Whole
Chicken
Medium
Well done
Veal
With bone - medium
With bone - well done
Boneless - medium
Boneless - well done
Leg of lamb
Boneless roast - rare
Boneless roast - medium
Boneless roast - well done
Prime or standing rib roast - rare
Prime or standing rib roast - medium
Prime or standing rib roast - well done
Beef
350-375
325
3
3
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Shelf
175-190
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
170
170-175
150-160
150-160
165-175
150-160
170-175
130-140
150-160
165-175
130-140
150-160
165-175
Oven
Probe
Temp °C Temp °F
75
77-79
65-70
65-70
74-79
65-70
77-79
54-60
65-70
74-79
54-60
65-70
74-79
Probe
Temp °C
15-20
25-45
20-43
18-28
20-33
20-35
25-45
18-32
25-40
30-55
15-30
20-35
25-40
TRUE AERO
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
Time (mins
per lb/
Best
450 g)
Function
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Oven
Temp °F
We recommend you use the meat probe to accurately judge when meat is cooked to your preference. ’Time per lb/450g’ is a
rough guide and should only be used to estimate when the meat will be ready. Cooking with ROAST, TRUE AERO, AERO BAKE,
and AERO BROIL will take less time than with BAKE.
Roasting meat
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Cooking guidelines
4
Medium rare
425
425
325
225
225
160
160
160
160
160
130-140
120-130
160-175
170
170
170
170
Oven
Probe
Temp °C Temp °F
54-60
49-54
71-79
75
75
75
75
Probe
Temp °C
7½ per
1”/2.5 cm
AERO BAKE
thickness
9 per 1”/2.5
cm thickness AERO BAKE
AERO BAKE
TRUE AERO
30-45
TRUE AERO
15-20
TRUE AERO
TRUE AERO
10-15
15-20
12-15
Time (mins
per lb/
Best
450 g)
Function
*Brown in an oiled skillet or frying pan on high heat prior to roasting. The internal temperature of venison rises more on standing due to the
high cooking temperature, therefore the suggested probe settings are lower than other rare or medium rare meats.
4
Rare
Venison*
Boneless roast
3
1
16-24 lb/~7-10kg - stuffed
Pork
325
1
16-24 lb/~7-10kg - unstuffed
325
325
2
8-15 lb/~3.5-7kg - stuffed
325
2
8-15 lb/~3.5-7kg - unstuffed
Turkey
Shelf
Oven
Temp °F
Cooking guidelines
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Care and cleaning
Removing and replacing the sliding shelves and side racks
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2
3
4
To remove a sliding shelf, grip it by its two front corners (making sure you are gripping the wire
shelf and the sliding frame together), tilt upwards and pull it out of the oven.
To remove the side racks, gently push the retaining wire from underneath the lock stud, then
swing the lowest edge of the side rack up and out towards the center of the oven until the rack
is almost horizontal. The prongs at the top will slide out
Mounting slots
of the mounting slots.
To replace the side racks, hold them almost horizontally
and locate the prongs into the small mounting slots at the
top of the oven cavity. While you are doing this, support
the rack with your hand from underneath, to ensure that
both prongs perfectly locate into the mounting slots.
Lower the side racks carefully and gently place the
retaining wire underneath the lock stud.
Lock stud
Important!
Retaining wire
Do not lower the side racks until the prongs are fully
inserted into the slots so that you do not chip the porcelain enamel.
Manual cleaning and maintenance
Important!
Do not use harsh/abrasive cleaning agents, waxes, scourers, sharp metal scrapers, polishes or
commercial oven cleaners to clean your oven, as these will permanently damage the surfaces.
If you choose to use a stainless steel cleaner, please read the label to make sure it does not
contain chlorine compounds. These are corrosive and may damage your oven’s appearance.
Clean the stainless steel surfaces in the same direction as the grain, in a horizontal motion.
Do not clean or use any oven cleaning products on the door seal or cavity seals (gaskets). Do not
rub, damage or move the seals, as they ensure that the oven seals properly and thus operates
efficiently.
It may be useful to lock the oven controls before cleaning - see ‘How to lock the control panel’ in
‘User preference settings’ for details.
Cleaning the stainless steel surfaces
Wipe with a clean damp cloth and dry with a lint-free cloth.
To reduce marks like fingerprints, use a stainless steel cleaner regularly.
Do not use scourers or other abrasive cleaners as they will permanently damage the surface.
Cleaning the exterior glass surfaces
Use a mild solution of detergent and warm water; use a glass cleaner to remove smears and
fingerprints.
Dry with a soft lint-free cloth.
Do not use sharp metal scrapers to clean the glass surfaces.
Note: the interior oven door glass will be cleaned during a self-clean cycle.
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Cleaning the porcelain enamel surfaces
The oven interior and inner door liners are porcelain enamel and are cleaned during the selfclean cycle.
Cleaning the sliding shelves
Important!
Never leave the sliding shelves in the oven during a self-clean cycle. If you do leave them in the oven, the
slides will no longer run smoothly. If you need to relubricate the slides, wipe them with a few drops of
cooking oil on a paper towel.
Apply chrome cleaners with a damp sponge or cloth following manufacturer directions. Wipe
and dry. For hard-to-remove food soil, use a dampened soap-filled non-metal pad, wipe and dry.
Do not wash the sliding shelves in the dishwasher. Do not immerse them in soapy water, or use
oven cleaner on them. Removing the white lubricating grease will reduce the life of the shelf
slides and prevent them from running smoothly.
Cleaning the broil/roast system and side racks
Clean these using a solution of detergent and hot water. They are also dishwasher safe.
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2
3
4
5
Changing the oven light bulbs
The oven is illuminated by three 12 volt/20 watt halogen bulbs. These have a very long life, but if
you should need to replace one, use only a replacement bulb purchased from your nearest Fisher
& Paykel dealer and follow these steps:
Allow the oven to cool completely and then turn it off at the wall.
Take out the shelves and side racks (see ‘Removing
and replacing the sliding shelves and side racks’)
and use a small flat-head screwdriver to twist
Retainer clip
and lift the retainer clip at the top of the glass
Plate glass cover
light cover while holding the glass to prevent it
falling. The clip pivots counterclockwise (see the
diagram).
Carefully lift the glass cover out of the lower
support and pull out the faulty bulb.
Holding the replacement bulb in a soft cloth or
Pins
tissue (touching the bulb will reduce its life span),
insert the new bulb.
for
Reposition the glass cover and twist the top clip Sockets
the pins
back in place. The procedure is the same for the
Replacement bulb
light in the roof of the oven cavity.
Note: oven bulb replacement is not covered by
your warranty.
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Care and cleaning
SELF CLEAN function
A self-clean cycle normally takes about three hours. This can be reduced to two hours, or
anywhere in between two and three hours.
Only one oven in a double oven can be self-cleaned at a time.
When one oven is in a self-clean cycle, you cannot use the other oven.
Important!
Do not use your oven to clean miscellaneous parts.
Do not use oven cleaners. Do not use any commercial oven cleaner, oven liner or protective
coating of any kind in or around any part of the oven.
During a self-clean cycle, the oven reaches higher temperatures than it does for cooking. Under
such conditions, the surfaces may get hotter than usual and children should be kept away.
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2
3
4
Using the SELF CLEAN function
Remove the oven shelves, side racks (see ‘Removing and replacing the sliding shelves and side
racks’), and all other bakeware and utensils from the oven before using the SELF CLEAN function.
If left in the oven, they will permanently discolor. The sliding oven shelves may also become stiff.
Wipe up large food spills or grease deposits. If you don’t, the porcelain enamel will permanently
discolor. This, however, will not affect the oven’s performance.
Select the SELF CLEAN function by turning the function knob.
Turn the temperature knob to its maximum position.
will appear in the display and this will
change to
when the cycle begins. The DOOR LOCK and CLEAN symbols will show in the
clock display and the time remaining will count down.
For your safety, the door lock will automatically activate once you have selected the SELF CLEAN
function and temperature.
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6
7
At the end of a self-clean cycle, the door will unlock and the DOOR LOCK symbol will disappear.
The CLEAN symbol and 0:00 will flash in the clock display and CLEAN END will show in the
function display until the oven is returned to manual operation – to do this, turn the function
and temperature knobs to OFF.
During SELF CLEAN, the soiling will be reduced to a small amount of gray ash. When the oven is
cold, remove the ash with a small brush or dry cloth. Then wipe out the oven with a clean damp
cloth and dry with a clean lint-free cloth.
Replace the side racks and the sliding shelves (see ‘Removing and replacing the sliding shelves
and side racks’).
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To cancel the SELF CLEAN function before it has finished
Turn the function and temperature knobs to OFF. CLEAN COOL will appear in the function
display and the door will remain locked until CLEAN END appears.
Important!
Do not turn off the mains power supply to the oven. The fans are needed to cool the oven.
Once the oven is cool or below the safe temperature, it will return to normal operation and the clock display
will show the time of day.
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2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
Short self-clean cycle
You can select a shorter self-clean cycle if the oven is only lightly soiled:
Select the SELF CLEAN function by turning the function knob.
Turn the temperature knob to its maximum position.
will appear in the display.
While
is showing, press the COOK TIME button. The COOK TIME and AUTO symbols and the
colon will flash.
TO
Rotate the PUSH
button to reduce the time: this can be anywhere between two and three
CLEAR
hours.
Press the COOK TIME button again, or wait eight seconds to adopt the setting and start the selfclean cycle. The clock display will show the time remaining.
Self-clean – delayed start
You can set your oven to start a self-clean cycle at your convenience:
Check that the clock shows the correct time.
Select the SELF CLEAN function by turning the function knob.
Turn the temperature knob to its maximum position.
will appear in the display.
While
is showing, press the STOP TIME button. The STOP TIME and AUTO symbols and the
colon will flash.
TO
Set the time that you want the oven to finish by rotating the PUSH
button. If there is time
CLEAR
to wait before the self-clean cycle starts, AUTO and DELAY CLEAN will appear in the clock display.
When the self-clean cycle starts, AUTO, DOOR LOCK and CLEAN will appear in the clock display
and the time remaining will count down.
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User preference settings
USER SELECT function
USER SELECT function allows you to configure some of the settings displayed on your oven
control panel.
1
2
How to enter USER SELECT function
Be sure that the function and temperature knobs are off, that no automatic programs are
operating and that the clock is displaying the correct time.
Press the TIMER and the CLOCK buttons and hold them down together until the oven beeps
(about two seconds). The function display will show USER SELECT.
How to use SABBATH mode
This mode is designed for religious faiths that observe a ‘no work’ requirement on the Sabbath.
When your oven is in SABBATH mode
Clock, temperature and function displays will be disabled.
No tones will sound.
No error messages or temperature changes will be displayed, however temperature can be
adjusted.
If you set SABBATH mode with the oven door open, the oven lights will stay on while in SABBATH
mode. If you set SABBATH mode with the oven door closed, the oven lights will stay off while in
SABBATH mode.
BAKE is the only function available in SABBATH mode.
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2
3
4
5
How to set SABBATH mode
Enter the USER SELECT function and turn the function knob clockwise until SAB MODE appears
in its display.
TO
Select the length of time you wish to stay in SAB MODE by rotating the PUSH
button. The
CLEAR
maximum is 99 hours, in one hour steps, and is shown in the clock display.
Select a temperature.
TO
To start SABBATH mode, press the PUSH
button. The function and temperature displays
CLEAR
will go out. Temperatures can be adjusted but the display will not change.
In double oven models, you can select different temperatures for the upper and lower ovens by
using their temperature knobs. In order to activate the lower oven, however, you also need to
turn its function knob one position clockwise (you will see no change in the function display).
Tips for using SABBATH mode
The oven can be turned off at any time during SABBATH mode by turning the function and
temperature knobs to OFF, but the oven will not revert to regular operation until the set time has
elapsed.
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You can exit SABBATH mode at any time by pressing the PUSH
button and holding it
CLEAR
down for five seconds.
User preference settings
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How to change the temperature scale
Enter the USER SELECT function and turn the function knob clockwise until TEMP SCALE appears
in its display.
PUSH TO
to select either C or F in the clock display. Selecting C will convert the
2 Press CLEAR
numbers shown in the temperature display to degrees Celsius, while selecting F will show the
oven temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit. Remember that BROIL and MAXI BROIL functions will
continue to display percentages rather than temperatures.
3 Press the CLOCK button to activate.
4 Turn the function knob back to OFF.
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How to change SHORT ALERT
By default, SHORT ALERT is off and the audible beep will sound continuously at the end of
automatic cooking functions and when the timer finishes until canceled by pressing the
PUSH TO
button.
CLEAR
When SHORT ALERT is on
An audible beep will sound five times at the end of automatic cooking functions and when the
timer finishes. After five beeps, the alert will stop, then repeat every five minutes until canceled
PUSH TO
by pressing the CLEAR
button.
The clock display will flash continuously until canceled.
How to activate SHORT ALERT
Enter the USER SELECT function and turn the function knob clockwise until SHORT ALERT
appears in its display.
PUSH TO
to select either OFF or ON in the clock display.
2 Press CLEAR
3 Press the CLOCK button to activate.
4 Turn the function knob back to OFF.
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How to change between 24-hour and 12-hour time display
Enter the USER SELECT function and turn the function knob clockwise until TIME MODE appears
in its display.
PUSH TO
Press
to select either 24H or 12H in the clock display.
2
CLEAR
Press
the
CLOCK
button
to activate.
3
Turn
the
function
knob
back
to OFF.
4
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How to hide the time in the clock display
Enter the USER SELECT function and turn the function knob clockwise until SHOW CLOCK
appears in its display.
PUSH TO
Press
to select either ON or OFF in the clock display. Selecting ON will show the
2
CLEAR
time and OFF will hide the time in the clock display. All other functions, such as TIMER, will
continue to be shown as normal in the clock display when the time is hidden.
Press
the CLOCK button to activate.
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User preference settings
How to change the language
Your oven is preset to use Fisher & Paykel’s AERO terminology. This is listed in the languages as
LANG USA. However, you may choose to use an alternative, CONV terminology. This is listed in
the other languages as LANG DCS. To select it, refer to the instructions on how to change the
language below. Note that once you have changed terminologies, all references to AERO in the
user guide should be understood as being equivalent to CONV.
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2
3
4
Enter the USER SELECT function and turn the function knob clockwise until LANG USA appears in
its display.
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Press PUSH
to toggle through the different languages: LANG USA for AERO terminology,
CLEAR
LANG DCS for CONV terminology, LANG UK ENG for UK English, LANGUE FRANCE for Canadian
French or LANG ESPANO for American Spanish.
Press the CLOCK button to activate.
Turn the function knob back to OFF.
How to reset the oven
This will reset the TEMP (temperature) SCALE, SHORT ALERT, TIME MODE and SHOW CLOCK to
their default settings. SABBATH mode and language settings will remain unaffected.
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3
4
Enter the USER SELECT function and turn the function knob clockwise until RESET appears in its
display.
TO
Press PUSH
to reset the oven to default settings.
CLEAR
Press the CLOCK button to exit USER SELECT function.
Turn the function knob back to OFF.
How to lock the control panel
Locking the control panel disables all the buttons and knobs, which can be useful when cleaning
oven surfaces or preventing accidental bumps and unauthorized use. The control panel can only
be locked when the function and temperature are both OFF.
To lock the control panel
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Press the PUSH
button and hold down for five seconds. The LOCK symbol will appear in
CLEAR
the clock display. Repeat to unlock.
Troubleshooting
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Fault codes
If there is a fault, the oven will beep every second, and a fault code will appear in the clock
display as a letter ‘F’ with a number after it.
Important!
Do not turn off the mains power supply to the oven if you get a fault code. The fans are needed to cool the
oven.
For safety, this oven is designed to self-cool. Turning off the power while the oven is hot may damage the
oven and its surrounding cabinetry.
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If you get a fault code:
Note the fault code.
Turn the temperature and function knobs to OFF.
TO
Press the PUSH
button. The oven may have already self-corrected, and this will be
CLEAR
enough to clear the fault.
Call your Fisher & Paykel Authorized Service Center with the fault code information.
Note: if your are unable to immediately clear the fault code or contact your Fisher & Paykel
TO
Authorized Service Center, wait for the oven cooling fans to stop, and then press the PUSH
CLEAR
button again. It is likely that the oven will now clear the fault. If it does not, then you may turn
the oven off at the wall once the fans have stopped and the oven has completely cooled down.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
What to do
Oven does not
work
Power supply is not
connected.
Have a service company/electrician
check power connections, wiring and
fuses.
Clock is not set due to
power cut or failure.
You must set the clock before you can
use the oven. The oven will go into
‘Set Up’ mode when the electricity
is restored after a power cut. The
function and temperature displays will
be unlit and unresponsive. The colon
(:) in the clock display will flash. See
‘Setting the clock’.
Oven door is open.
The elements are disabled by the door
switch when the door is open. Make
sure the door is properly closed.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
What to do
Oven door will not
open
Oven door is locked.
Still in SELF CLEAN function. The door
will unlock when the cycle has finished
and the oven has cooled to a safe
temperature.
Oven light does
not work
Light bulb has blown.
Replace the light bulb. Refer to ‘Care
and cleaning’ for details.
Oven not heating
Oven door is not properly
closed or it is opened
too frequently during
operation.
Oven elements and fans turn off while
the door is open so be sure the oven
door is properly closed. Note: BROIL
functions will only operate with the
door closed.
Baked foods too
brown on top or
bottom
Oven not preheated.
Preheat until the illuminated ring
around the temperature knob changes
from red to white.
Bakeware too large or too
small for the recipe.
Use the correct sized bakeware.
Baking pans/tins not
evenly spaced on shelves.
Stagger baking pans on the oven
shelves so that there is at least 11⁄8”(3
cm) between them and the oven walls.
Baking, eg cookies, not
evenly sized or spaced on
baking trays.
Make all cookies in a batch the same
size and shape and space them evenly
over the baking tray.
Dark, coated baking pans.
Reduce the oven temperature by 25°F
(10°C) and extend the cooking time by a
couple of minutes.
Use shiny baking pans/trays.
Shelf position too high for
specific function.
Try a lower shelf position.
Opening the oven door
frequently during baking.
Do not open the door until at least ¾ of
the baking time has passed.
Baking temperature too
high or too low.
Adjust temperature.
Shiny baking trays, tins, or
pans being used.
Shiny baking trays, tins, and pans reflect
the heat and may result in baked food
that is pale and undercooked on the
base.
Baked foods pale
and undercooked
on the base
Baking (eg cookies) Dark, coated baking
pans/trays.
too brown on the
base
Use shiny baking pans/trays.
Warranty and service
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Before you call for service or assistance ...
Check the things you can do yourself. Refer to the installation instructions and your user guide
and check that:
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Your product is correctly installed.
You are familiar with its normal operation.
If, after checking these points, you still need assistance, please refer to the Service & Warranty
book for warranty details and your nearest Authorized Service Center, Customer Care, or contact
us through our website:
www.fisherpaykel.com
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Built-in oven user guide
Published: 02/2008
Part No. 599434 A