Instructions for use
and fitting
5285246 N5.1
EDG 6600.1M
Safety instructions
Before using the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appropriate use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
On operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
When you have children in your household . . . . . .
Your appliance
Appliance parts . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control and display elements . . . .
Initial operation . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General information on operation .
User settings
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Water hardness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Cooking and baking
The operating modes and their application
Sample setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching on the appliance . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting and changing the clock
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Practical hints, Settings
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Care and maintenance
Cleaning the outside of the oven
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Replacing the water filter . . . . .
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Carrying out minor repairs yourself
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What is to be done if … . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
After a power cut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Tips and tricks
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Technical data
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Disposal
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Installation instructions for fitter
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Installing in a fitted kitchen unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
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Safety instructions
This appliance has been designed in accordance with recognised statutory technical regulations and the respective safety
regulations. However, in order to avoid any damage or
accidents, it is essential that the appliance be appropriately
handled. Please note the safety instructions contained in these
Operating Instructions.
Before using the first time
• The appliance may only be installed and connected to the mains in accordance
with separate installation instructions. Please have the necessary work carried out
by a professional fitter/electrician.
• Ensure that packaging material is disposed of in accordance with local regulations.
• Prior to initial use of a newly-installed appliance, the following steps should be taken, following the instructions as indicated under “Initial operation” on page 10.
• Carry out the required settings. See page 11.
Appropriate use
• Store the instruction manual in a safe place so that it can be referred to at any time.
Should you sell the appliance or pass it on to a third party, ensure that the instructions for assembly and for operation are also passed on, thus providing the new
owner with information on correct operation and with the respective instructions.
• The appliance is intended to be used for preparing food in the home. In the case
of inappropriate operation or incorrect handling, liability cannot be assumed for
any resulting damage.
• Do not use the appliance for room heating or for humidifying purposes.
• The appliance should only be installed and operated if the temperature of the
environment is between 5 °C and 35 °C. If there is a risk of frost, residual water
in the pumps may freeze and cause damage to the pumps.
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… Safety instructions
On operation
• No alterations, manipulations or attempts at repairs, particularly with the use of
tools (screw drivers, etc.) may be carried out on or in the appliance. Any repairs,
particularly those required on live parts, are only to be carried out by skilled
specialists trained for the respective appliance. Any repairs carried out improperly
may lead to serious accidents, damage to the appliance and to equipment and
also cause breakdowns In the case of a breakdown of your appliance or should
repairs become necessary, refer to the instructions in chapter "Carrying out minor
repairs yourself" beginning on page 36. Contact our customer service or
assistance.
• Do not operate the appliance if it shows any visible damage. Contact out customer
service.
• The appliance must be disconnected from the mains as soon as a fault is discovered.
• Ensure that connecting leads from electric appliances do not get caught in the door
of the appliance. The electrical insulation may be damaged.
• If the excess cable of this appliance is damaged, it has to be replaced by the
Customer service or by another qualified person to avoid danger.
• Prior to closing the door of the appliance, ensure that no foreign bodies or pets
are in the interior of the oven cavity.
• Do not store any thermo-sensitive or inflammable materials, such as cleaning
agents, oven sprays, etc. in the interior of the oven.
Caution! Risk of burns!
• The steam in the interior of the oven is very hot! Be careful opening the door!
• The appliance becomes hot during operation.
• The appliance remains hot for a certain period subsequent to switch-off and only
gradually cools down to room temperature. Wait until the appliance is sufficiently
cooled down before carrying out any tasks such as cleaning the appliance.
• The door of the appliance, in particular the glass pane, may become hot. Risk of
burns! Do not touch! Keep children away!
• On opening the oven door, steam and drops of water may escape from the appliance. Do not put your hands in the appliance in the case of the occurence of
steam!
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… Safety instructions
• Overheated fats and oils are easily inflammable. Refrain from heating oil in the
oven interior in order to sear meat, as this is dangerous. Never attempt to
extinguish burning oil or fat with water (risk of explosion)! Smother the fire with
damp cloths and keep doors and windows closed.
• The baking trays and pans become hot. Please use protective oven gloves or oven
cloths.
Caution! Risk of injury!
• On cleaning or operating the appliance, ensure that nobody puts their fingers into
the door hinges as there is a risk that moving the appliance door may result in
crushing and injuries. This applies particularly when children are present.
• Leave the door of the appliance open in the resting position only. There is a risk of
stumbling or tripping and crushing when the appliance door is open! Do not sit on
the door or support yourself on it, and do not put anything onto it.
Avoid damage to the appliance as follows:
• On cleaning, ensure that no water gets into the appliance. Do not use cloths that
are excessively damp. Never spray the inside or the outside of the appliance with
water. Do not use a steam cleaning appliance , since water penetrating the
appliance can cause damage.
• Do not use any corrosive objects in the interior of the oven, since these can lead
to further corrosion in the oven cavity.
• Do not use any silver dishes in the interior of the oven.
• Do not slam the oven door.
• After use, wipe away any fluid which may have remained on the bottom of the
oven with a soft cloth and allow the appliance to cool down with the oven door
open.
• Cutting bread, cakes or pastries with extremely hard knives or cutting wheels
(ceramics or hard metal) on the baking tray can damage its surface.
When you have children in your household
• Packaging materials (such as foil or polystyrene) may put children at risk. Danger
of suffocation! Keep packaging material well away from children.
• The appliance is intended for use by adults who are familiar with the instructions
for use.
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… Safety instructions
• Children are frequently not able to recognise risks involved on handling the appliance. Please ensure that they are supervised accordingly and never allow them to
play with the appliance.
• Cooking and baking result in the development of heat. The door of the appliance,
in particular the glass pane, may become hot. Risk of burns! Do not touch! Keep
children away!
• The steam in the interior of the oven is very hot! Be careful opening the door!
• Please make use of the child safety device, see page 12.
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… Your appliance
Your appliance
Appliance parts
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2
3
4
5
6
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8
8
Control elements and display
elements
Oven cavity temperature gauge
Door sealing
Oven door
Ventilator
Steam inlet
Supporting grid
Water tank
9 Stainless steel tray
10 Perforated cooking pan
11 Water filter (3 units)
… Your appliance
Control and display elements
Keys
A
Operating mode
B
Timer
C
Knob
D
Operating time and switch-off time
E
Off
Symbols
F
Operating mode
G
Timer
H
Operating time
I
Switch-off time
J
Time
Display
K
Time, cooking temperature. cooking time
and timer
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… Your appliance
Initial operation
Prior to initial use of a newly-installed appliance, the following steps should be taken.
• Remove packaging and transport materials from the oven interior.
• If
blinks in the display turn knob
until it shows the required time.
– The display will stop flashing after approx. 15 seconds and the time will have
been set.
• Clean the appliance and the accessories thoroughly.
If necessary adjust the water hardness to the settings made.
General information on operation
Select the various operating modes, the operation duration and the switching-off time
by pressing the respective button once or more often.
• The symbol for the function selected will light up or blink.
• A proposal will blink in the display.
• Turning knob
will adjust the proposed setting.
• The appliance will start up immediately when knob
‡
If the knob is not pressed the appliance will start up approx. 15 seconds after the
last setting was made.
• Settings can be made or adjusted at any time.
• The appliance will switch off when button
10
is pressed.
is pressed.
… User settings
User settings
Settings on the appliance can be adapted to suit your requirements. The procedure is
equivalent for all user settings.
The following diagram provides an overview of possible settings.
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… User settings
Childproof lock
The childproof lock ensures that the appliance cannot be switched on unintentionally.
Switching the childproof lock on and off
• If the appliance is switched off, press the
– The display indicates
.
• Acknowledge by pressing button
– The display will show
• Acknowledge by pressing button
– The display indicates
.
• Turning knob
button for at least 5 seconds.
.
to indicate that the childproof lock is off.
.
will switch the display to
• Acknowledge by pressing button
for the childproof lock.
.
• In order to exit the settings, press the key
– The setting made will be assumed.
.
Operation when the childproof lock is activated
If button
is pressed when the childproof lock is activated
– a double signal will sound. Touching the button will have no effect.
– The display indicates
.
• Press button
and button
simultaneously with the childproof lock activated.
– The childproof lock will have been deactivated. Operation can be continued
as usual.
– The childproof lock will automatically be re-activated ten minutes after the
appliance has been switched off.
Buttons
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and
can be used direct, independent of the childproof lock.
… User settings
Clock display
Select
•
•
(not visible)
(visible)
For the "not visible" setting the display will remain dark when the appliance is
switched off. This reduces the power consumption. The time-of-day clock display will be visible when the appliance is switched on.
Switching the clock on / off
• If the appliance is switched off, press the
– The display indicates
.
• Acknowledge by pressing button
– The display indicates
.
• Turn knob
until the
• Acknowledge by pressing button
– The display indicates
.
• Turn knob
.
– The display will show
• Acknowledge by pressing button
button for at least 5 seconds.
.
display for the clock becomes visible.
.
to indicate that the time is not visible.
.
• In order to exit the settings, press the key
.
• The setting made will be assumed.
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… User settings
Water hardness
The appliance is equipped with a system to automatically indicate when it is best to
decalcify. This system can be optimized by means of setting the appropriate range of
water hardness in the user settings for connections to a supply of extremely soft water
(also with a water softening device) and extremely hard water.
There are three settings for water hardness:
Range
Water hardness [°fH] Water hardness [°dH]
very soft water
0 to 15
0 to 8
medium water
16 to 35
9 to 20
very hard water
36 to 50
21 to 28
The range for medium water hardness has been set in the factory.
• If the appliance is switched off, press the
– The display indicates
.
• Acknowledge by pressing button
– The display indicates
.
• Turn knob
visible.
until the
• Acknowledge by pressing button
– The display indicates
.
button for at least 5 seconds.
.
display for medium water hardness becomes
.
• Turn knob
until the respective water hardness is shown.
– The display will indicate
for very soft water and
hard water.
• Acknowledge by pressing button
.
• In order to exit the settings, press the key
The setting made will be assumed.
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for very
… Cooking and baking
Cooking and baking
Do not forget: Baking and cooking result in the occurence of
heat.
Risk of burning!
Please read the safety instructions prior to cooking or baking
page 4.
In the setting tables (see on page 27) you will find details for the optimal utilisation of
your appliance. Should you be in any doubt, use this information as a guideline, taking into consideration the fact that the information in these tables refers to typical methods of cooking and can therefore only serve as recommendations.
Prior to initial use of a newly-installed appliance, the following steps should be taken,
following the instructions as indicated under "Initial operation" on page 10.
The appliance requires no pre-heating, irrespective of the heating mode.
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… Cooking and baking
The operating modes and their application
The appliance has four different operating modes for steaming, each with a predetermined temperature setting which cannot be adjusted.
Steaming 100 °C
The operating mode is suitable for
• Cooking all types of vegetables.
• Allowing rice, grains and pulses to swell
• Simmering ham and gammon
• Cooking mussels
• Extracting fruit juices
• Regeneration
• Defrosting and cooking vegetables simultaneously
Steaming 90 °C
The operating mode is suitable for
• Gently cooking desserts and flans
• Sterilizing fruit
• Gentle regeneration
Steaming 80 °C
The operating mode is suitable for
• Poaching and cooking meat (fillet) and fish
Steaming 40 °C
The operating mode is suitable for
• Making yogurt
• Defrosting sensitive, perishable foods such as meat and
fish
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… Cooking and baking
Sample setting
An example is used to show how to operate the appliance:
You wish to steam fresh carrots. The table of settings (see chapter "Instructions for
applications, tables of settings" from page 27) indicates:
Vegetables
(fresh)
Carrots
Temperature setting [°C]
Cooking time
[min.]
100
20–30
in slices
The point at which the water boils depends on the air pressure and therefore
also on the altitude level. The appliance adapts automatically to pressures prevailing at its location.
Filling the water tank
Fill the water tank with tap water only, and not with bouillon, wine or anything similar. De-mineralised (filtered) water
or distilled water may also not be used.
‡
Make sure that the water tank is filled for all of the operating modes of the appliance.
• Fill the the water tank with fresh, cold tap water up to the "MAX 1.25L" mark and
insert it into the opening provided.
Topping up water
The contents of the water tank normally are sufficient for one cooking procedure.
If water nevertheless needs to be topped up:
• Fill up to the 0.5-litre mark at the most so that water will not overflow when it is
pumped back.
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… Cooking and baking
Switching on the appliance
• Press the key
once or more often in order to select the required operating mode
(in the example given "Steaming 100°C
").
– The symbol
will light up.
– The display indicates
.
• The appliance will start up immediately when knob
is pressed.
Switching off the appliance
• Press button
.
– The symbol
will light up.
– Steam can be dissipated on completion of the process for any operating mode.
– During the steam dissipation process a controlled flow of steam is released from
the oven into the surrounding area. This prevents a lot of steam from escaping
at once when the oven door is opened. The oven door may also be opened
as soon as operation has been completed.
– The cooling fan may continue to operate for a while after the appliance has
been switched off.
The appliance will only have been switched right off when none of the
symbols light up any longer.
• Remove the ready-cooked vegetables from the oven.
• Use a soft cloth to wipe up any water which may have collected on the floor of
the oven.
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… Cooking and baking
Emptying the water tank
The water in the water tank may be hot.
The residual water is pumped back into the water tank after the appliance has been
switched off.
• On completion, remove the water tank and empty it.
Should residual water not be pumped off, the reason is as follows:
For safety reasons residual water is only pumped off once the temperature has
fallen below 80°C.
The appliance can be restarted in any mode at any time.
• Dry the water tank and put it back into the appliance.
• Leave the door of the appliance open so that the oven can cool down and dry out.
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Instructions for optimal use
Low-energy cooking
Avoid opening the oven door unnecessarily while the oven is cooking or baking. In
the case of steaming in particular, the cooking time may be increased considerably.
Using the accessories
Using knives or cutting wheels on the stainless steel tray or
the perforated cooking pan will always result in visible
damage.
The perforated cooking pan is primarily intended for steaming
fresh or frozen vegetables. Dishes may also be placed on it when
one-course meals are to be regenerated.
The stainless steel tray acts as a drip pan when used with the
perforated cooking pan. It may also be used for cooking meat or
vegetables in liquids (e.g. sauerkraut with gammon) or for the
regeneration of one-course meals.
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… Timer functions
Timer functions
The following clock functions are available
• Clock
• Timer (the timer can be user at any time, independently of all of the
other functions)
• Operating time (time-controlled appliance switch-off)
• Start delay (time-controlled appliance switch-on and switch-off)
Setting and changing the clock
• Press buttons
and
– The time set, e.g.
• Turn the knob
• Turning knob
simultaneously.
and the symbol
will blink.
until the required time is indicated.
will assume the time setting.
When the appliance is switched off the brightness of the clock display will be reduced
at nighttime between 10 p.m. and 6 a. m.
The time cannot be adjusted if an automatic timer function with a start delay
is in operation. In this case a double signal will sound.
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… Timer functions
Timer
The timer functions like an egg timer. It can be used at any time, independently of all
of the other functions.
Setting
• Press button
.
– The symbol
will light up.
– The display indicates
.
• Set the duration by turning knob
.
The setting is carried out
‡
In 10-second steps for up to 10 minutes, e.g.
= 9 min. 50 sec.
‡
In minute-steps for 10 minutes, e.g.
= 1 hour and 12 min.
The maximum time which can be set is 9 hours and 59 minutes.
• The timer will start up immediately when knob
is pressed.
– The symbol
will light up.
– The remaining time will be shown (if no operating time has been entered).
Once the time set has passed
– 5 short signals will sound repeatedly for a minute
– The symbol
will light up.
• The buzzer will be switched off immediately when knob
Checking and adjusting
• Press button
.
– The symbol
will light up.
– The remaining time will blink.
• Adjust the duration by turning knob
• Acknowledge by pressing button
22
.
.
is pressed.
… Timer functions
Switching off prematurely
• Press button
.
– The symbol
will light up.
– The remaining time will blink.
• Turn knob
to set the duration at
• Acknowledge by pressing button
.
.
Operating time
Duration is the period of time during which the operating mode is activated. Once the
operating time has expired the appliance will automatically switch off the selected
mode.
Setting
• Place the food in the oven and select the required operating mode.
• Press button
.
– The symbol
will light up.
– The symbol of the selected operating mode is on.
– The operating time proposed for the selected mode will blink in the display.
• Set the required duration by turning knob
.
• Operation will commence immediately when knob
is pressed.
– The symbol for the operating mode and
will light up.
– The display will indicate the lapsing operating time.
For example:
Select the operating mode
.
At 9 o'clock you set a period of 30 minutes.
The appliance switches off again at 9.30.
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… Timer functions
Checking and adjusting
• Press button
.
• Adjust the duration by turning knob
• Acknowledge by pressing button
.
.
Switching off prematurely
• Press button
.
Operating time over
– After the operating time has expired the appliance will automatically switch off the
selected mode.
– A long, continuous buzz will sound for one minute.
– The symbol
will light up.
• The buzzer will be switched off immediately when knob
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is pressed.
… Timer functions
Start delay
This function will be of assistance when a dish is to be ready at a certain time and
you are not able to switch the oven on and off at the appropriate. Set the cooking
time which your dish requires and in addition the switch-off time. The oven will then
switch on and off with a time delay.
Food which perishes fast should not be left unchilled for too long.
Setting
• Place the food in the oven and select the required operating mode.
• Press button
.
– The symbol
will light up.
– The symbol of the selected operating mode is on.
– The operating time proposed for the selected mode will blink in the display.
• Set the required duration by turning knob
.
• Press once again button
.
– The symbol
will light up.
– The current time of day and the operating time which has been set will blink in
the display.
• Turn knob
to set the required switch-off time and postpone the commencement of operation.
The switch-off time can be postponed by a maximum 23 hours and
59 minutes.
• Acknowledge by pressing button
.
– The symbols
and
will light up.
– The appliance will remain switched off until it is automatically switched on.
For example: Select the operating mode
.
At 9 o'clock you set a period of 30 minutes
and you set the switch-off time at 12.00.
The oven will switch on at 11.30 and at 12.00 it will switch off.
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… Timer functions
Checking and adjusting
All of the settings can be checked during the time in which the start has been delayed.
Only the switch-off time can be adjusted.
• Press button
twice.
– The symbol
will light up.
– The display will indicate the switch-off time.
• The switch-off time can be adjusted by turning knob
• Acknowledge by pressing button
.
.
Switching off prematurely
• Press button
.
Switch-off time has been reached
– The appliance switches off automatically after the set time has elapsed.
– A long, continuous buzz will sound for one minute.
– The symbol
will light up.
The buzzer will be switched off immediately when knob
26
is pressed.
… Practical hints, Settings
Practical hints, Settings
On the following pages you will find hints for the practical application of your appliance and for the preparation of popular dishes.
The figures provided for cooking times and temperatures serve as guidelines. Depending on the type of food and its properties, the time required for cooking may deviate
from those given.
Put the food into the cold oven cavity (not preheated).
Vegetables (fresh)
Beans
Broccoli/cauliflower
Fennel
Boiled potatoes
Boiled potatoes in their skin
Kohlrabi
Corn on the cob
Chillis
Peppers
Brussels sprouts
Carrots
Asparagus
Spinach
Celery
Courgettes
Mange-tout
Peeling tomatoes
buds
halved
in chunks
whole
in strips
in strips
in slices
in slices
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
80
35–45
20–30
25–30
20–25
30–45
15–25
45–60
10–15
10-15
25–30
20–30
20–35
7–10
25–30
10–15
10-15
5-7
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… Practical hints, Settings
Foodstuffs
Rice + liquid
Semolina + fluid
Lentils + fluid
Grain + fluid
Dumplings
Quantity
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
200 g + 250 ml
200 g + 250 ml
200 g + 375 ml
200 g + 375 ml
100
100
100
100
20–40
10–20
20–60
10–15
Temperature setting [°C]
Cooking time
[min.]
100
100
100
100
10-20
15-20
20-25
20-25
Temperature setting [°C]
Cooking time
[min.]
100
100
100
8-10
10-12
7-9
Steamed yeast dumplings
Yeast dough dumplings
Bread dumplings
Yeast pastries
Eggs
Pickled eggs
Hard-boiled eggs
Soft-boiled eggs
Steamed meat
Quantity
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
Pork fillet
Chicken drumsticks
Turkey steaks
Kassler (smoked loin of pork)
Sausages
approx. 1.500 g
4 units
4 units
500-1.000 g
100
100
100
100
80-100
25-30
30-40
20-25
45-60
5-10
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… Practical hints, Settings
Fish and seafoods
Quantity
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
Trout
Trout
Mussels
Green-shell mussels
Lobster
Yellow mackerel
Cod
3 x 250 g
1.000 g
1.500 g
1.000 g
deep-frozen
approx. 1000 g
1.500 g
80
100
100
100
100
80
80
15-20
25-30
15-20
25-35
20-25
35-40
20-25
Sterilising/preserving
4 1-litre jars
Cherries
Pears
Peaches
Damsons
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
80
30
90
Quantity
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
Caramel cream
Yogurt
Steamed apples
Steamed pears
Steamed peaches
500-1.000 g
500-1.000 g
500-1.000 g
90
40
100
100
100
25-30
5-6 hours
15-20
25-30
10-15
Extracting juices
Quantity
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
100
approx. 90
Desserts
Fruit (cherries, grapes, etc.l
Berries (blackcurrants, redcurrants, blackberries,
brambleberries, etc.)
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… Practical hints, Settings
Heating up/
Regeneration
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
Heating up food (1–2 plates)
Preparing ready-to-eat meals
90–100
10–20
as required
Defrosting
Quantity
Temperature in °C
Cooking time
[min.]
Bread
Noodles
Rice
Vegetables
Meat, fish and poultry
approx. 500 g
500-800 g
300-450 g
300-500 g
100
100
100
100
40
20-30
20-35
25-30
25-40
depending on weight
Temperature setting [°C]
Cooking time
[min.]
100
5
Blanching
Vegetables
e.g. beans, peas, etc.
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… Care and maintenance
Care and maintenance
Cleaning the outside of the oven
Remove dirt, stains or residual cleaning agents as quickly as possible.
Only clean the surface with a soft cloth dampened in soapy water in the direction of
the metal surface polishing and wipe dry with a soft cloth. Never rub abrasive cleaning materials, such as all-purpose scouring sponges, metal sponges, etc. on the
chrome steel surfaces, as these would then be scratched, causing damage. This will
damage the surface. Remove cleaning agents as soon as they have been applied.
Interior oven care
Temperature gauges in the oven can be damaged very easily.
Do not bend them while cleaning the oven.
The oven can become soiled through spatters, especially when meat is being
roasted. These stains are much more visible than in enamelled ovens.
In order to remove these stains, clean the oven, if possible, when it is still quite warm.
Only use a soft cloth moistened with soapy water and wipe the oven afterwards with
another soft cloth. Never use abrasive materials such as scouring sponges or metal
scourers, etc., since these will damage the surface.
Stains which have already dried out are easier to remove if the oven is operated using
the steaming mode at a temperature of 80 °C for a short time (approx. 30 minutes)
prior to cleaning. This will soften the stains.
Blue-coloured tarnishing and lime-scaling are easy to remove with a slightly-acidic
cleaning agent or with a little conventional citric acid.
The interior of the oven will take on a golden colour after having been used for
some time. This is normal in the case of stainless steel, and does not have any
influence on the cooking and baking properties, nor does it represent an
impairment of the appliance.
In order to facilitate cleaning the oven, various parts can easily be removed, as
described below.
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… Care and maintenance
Remove the tray holders
• Pull the locks 1at the front of
the tray holders away from
the oven walls until they disengage.
• Pull the tray holders 2 slightly sideways and away from
the holders and then out towards the front.
2
2
1
1
• In order to install the tray
holders, insert them into the
holes on the back wall of
the oven and engage the locks by pressing them onto the oven wall. Turn the
knurled nuts 1 onto the screws until they stop.
Removing the oven door
• Open the oven door as far as possible.
• Fold the clamps 1 on the front of the two
hinges right down.
• Close the oven door until the handles 1 are
linked in and the door can be removed
towards the front.
• To replace the door, push the two hinges into
the openings at the front.
• Open the oven door wide and fold the
clamps 1 up towards the back.
1
Cleaning the accessories
The stainless steel tray, the cooking pot and the tray holders may be rinsed in a dishwasher.
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… Care and maintenance
Replacing the water filter
The water filter may gradually become clogged. This may be due to fine particles of
dirt or limestone which occur naturally in water.
If the water filter is clogged, not enough water can be pumped into the evaporator.
– In this case the digital display will indicate
even though the water tank
has been filled up.
• Remove the water tank.
– The swivel arm 1 will move upwards.
1
• Press onto the back part 2 of the swivel arm.
– The swivel arm will move down again.
2
• Hold the swivel arm with one hand.
• Remove the water filter 3 with your other hand.
3
• Carefully press the new water filter onto the swivel
arm.
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… Care and maintenance
Descaling
Whenever steam is produced, calcareous deposits will form in the steam generator,
irrespective of the degree of hardness of the local water (i.e. the lime content of the
water).
A system in the appliance automatically recognises when it is necessary to descale.
– The display indicates
.
The descaling cycle depends on how hard the water is and how often the appliance
is used. For steam operation of 4 x 30 minutes per week the appliance must be
descaled as follows, depending on the water hardness:
Water hardness
Very soft
Medium
Very hard
Descale after approx.
18 months
9 months
6 months
We recommend that you descale when the display indicates that this is necessary.
Failure to descale can result in impairment of the appliance performance.
Suitable descalers
Only use the descaling agent developed especially for this appliance (see "Accessories and spare parts"). This will enable you to
descale your appliance gently and professionally.
Commercially-available descalers are not suitable since they
contain foaming substances. In addition they may not be
sufficiently effective.
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… Care and maintenance
Descaling
For safety reasons, it is not possible to interrupt the descaling
process once it has been commenced.
Descaling can be carried out with the oven door open or closed. The
appliance must be switched off.
• Press simultaneously the buttons
– The display indicates
– The display indicates
and
.
.
.
• Remove the water tank and pour out. Fill in the entire undiluted contents of the
special descaler.
• Replace the water tank.
• Acknowledge by pressing button
.
– The display indicates
.
– The appliance will decalcify for approx. 30 minutes.
– The display indicates
.
• Remove the water tank, pour out the descaler and fill the tank with 1.2 litres of cold
water.
• Replace the water tank.
– The display indicates
.
– The appliance will be in the initial rinsing phase for approx. 7 1/2 minutes.
– The display will then indicate
.
• Remove the water tank, pour out the water and fill the tank once again with 1.2
litres of cold water.
• Replace the water tank.
– The display indicates
.
– The appliance will be in the second rinsing phase for approx. 7 ½ minutes.
– The display will then indicate
.
• Remove the water tank, empty it and dry it.
– The signal
goes off and the time of day is visible once again.
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Door sealing
A damaged door seal can be replaced as
follows.
• Remove the oven door first to make it easier to
replace the seal.
• Pull out the damaged door seal 1 and clean
the seal frame 2.
• Press the new seal 1 into the four corners 2 of
the seal frame. Make sure that the thinner part
3 of the seal is pressed over the frame. Only
the thicker part 4 may be inside the seal frame
2.
• Fasten the seal in the middle of the four sides.
• Then press the seal into the frame about every
3 cm so that it is distributed over the whole
frame as evenly as possible.
• Use a round, sturdy object, for example the
handle of a wooden spoon, and press it
gently over the sealing to smoothen it and
distribute it evenly in the frame.
• Replace the oven door.
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2
… Carrying out minor repairs yourself
Carrying out minor repairs yourself
What is to be done if …
… the display indicates
Possible cause
Remedy
• The water tank has not been • Install a water tank.
installed.
… the display indicates
Possible cause
Remedy
• There is no water in the
water tank.
• On decalcifying.
• The water filter is clogged.
• Fill the water tank and insert it in the
appliance.
• Water needs changing.
• Replace the water filter.
… the display indicates
Possible cause
Remedy
• The appliance door is
open.
• Close the door.
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… Carrying out minor repairs yourself
… the display indicates
Possible cause
Remedy
• Decalcifying was
• Fill the undiluted contents of the decalcifier bottle
commenced without having
into the water tank and insert the tank in the
filled the water tank with the
appliance.
decalcifier.
… the display indicates
Possible cause
Remedy
• The evaporator in the
appliance is limescaled.
• The water filter may be
partially blocked.
• Commence with descaling.
… the display indicates
• If the appliance was last descaled quite recently, replace the water filter and start up the
descaling function.
XX
Possible cause
Remedy
• Various situations can lead
to an “F“ message.
• Acknowledge the fault indication by means of
pressing the
button.
• Interrupt the power supply for approx. 1 minute.
• Switch on the power supply again.
• Make a note of the error number if the message
is shown again. Interrupt the power supply.
• Call customer service.
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… Carrying out minor repairs yourself
… the appliance does not work and all of the displays are dark
Possible cause
Remedy
• The safety fuse or the automatic cut-out in the house
or in the wiring system in the
building is defect.
• The safety fuse or the
automatic cut-out device
trips regularly.
• Cut-off of the
power supply.
• Replace the fuse.
• Switch on the safety cut-out once again.
• Call customer service.
• Check the power supply.
… noise occurs during operation
Possible cause
Remedy
• Noises can occur at any
These noises are normal. You will not need to do
time during operation (e.g. anything about them.
pumping while generating
steam).
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… after completion of cooking, no water is pumped off for some
time
Possible cause
Remedy
• For safety reasons, water in • If there is still sufficient cold water in the water
the steam generator is only
tank, it is automatically pumped into the steam
pumped off once its tempergenerator, thus cooling it down. This will cool
ature has dropped to below
down the steam generator.
80 °C.
• If there is no longer sufficient cold water in the
water tank, the independent process of cooling
down of the steam generator must be waited for
(this can take up to 30 minutes). Continued
operation can be carried out without any
difficulty.
After a power cut
After a power cut the display will blink
.
Setting the clock
• Press buttons
and
simultaneously.
• Set the clock by turning knob
• Acknowledge by pressing button
.
.
• The settings for operation will be maintained.
• Should a power cut occur during the descaling:
• Turn or press knob
.
– The process of descaling will continue automatically, with the
interrupted phase being repeated.
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… Tips and tricks
Tips and tricks
Tips and tricks for steaming
On steaming at 100 °C, you can cook several types of food at the same time. For
example, you can cook rice or pulses at the same time as vegetables with a similar
cooking time, thus saving energy and using fewer dishes.
With the appropriate amount of liquid, grain (such as rice or millet) and pulses (such
as lentils) can be cooked direct in dishes in which they are to be served (porcelain
bowl or glass bowl), provided that these are suitable.
Food
stuffs
Weight of foodstuffs
[g]
Approx. quantity of liquid to be
added [ml]
(depending on the consistency
required)
Rice
Millet
Semolina
Lentils
Beans
100
100
100
100
100
150 (salt water, boullion etc.)
150–200
200–300
200–300
300
On steaming in the perforated cooking pan, a baking tray inserted under the pan will
reduce the quantity of condensate which gathers on the bottom of the oven. Tiny
particles of food which drip down can drip onto the baking tray and thus be conveniently cleaned away.
Vegetables should only be flavoured with salt, pepper or herbs after steaming.
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… Technical data
Technical data
Dimensions
Height
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
Appliance
37.8 cm
54.8 cm
55.1 cm
35 kg
Oven
25.0 cm
35.9cm
39.0 cm
Niche
38.0 cm
58.0 cm min.
55.0 cm min.
Electrical connection
Power supply:
Power:
Electrical voltage:
230 V, 50 Hz
Connected wattage 2.2 kW
10 A
Heating power
Steam generator:
Floor heater:
2.0 kW
0.14 kW
Safety concept
As long as the power supply is ensured, the appliance is continuously monitored by
the electronics controls. Any defects are indicated on the clear text display.
For test institutes
Maximum load 2kg
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… Disposal
Disposal
• Ensure that the appliance is functionless prior to disposal.
Remove the plug from the socket or have the electrical supply disconnected by an
electrician. Then cut off the connection cable on the appliance.
• Please ensure that the appliance is properly disposed of.
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Installation instructions for fitter
• Statutory regulations and the connection specifications issued by the local power
supply company must be strictly observed.
• When installing the appliance, carrying out repair work, or replacing the light
bulb, always disconnect the appliance from the mains. Unplug the appliance or
disconnect fuse.
• Ensure that all live connections are safely insulated when installing the oven.
• The appliance is supplied ready to plug in. It should be connected only to a
properly protected wall socket. Installing and wiring a socket or replacing the connection cable should only be performed by an electrician and in observance of
the relevant regulations.
• If the socket is inaccessible after the installation, safety regulations require that an
all-pole isolator with a contact opening of at least 3 mm be used on the installation
side.
• Built-in kitchen fixtures must be temperature resistant to 100 °C. This applies
particularly to veneers, plastic coatings, adhesives, paint and varnishes. Adjacent
cabinetry front must be temperature resistant to at least 70 °C).
• Make sure that the appliance is installed perfectly horizontally on a firm, level
base. The base must be perfectly rigid.
• The kitchen unit must be fixed to the wall, using an angle bracket if required.
Electrics
Connection
Total rating
Electrical connection
Fuse rating
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standard mains plug into a wall socket.
2.2 kW,
230 V, 50 Hz
10 A
… Installation instructions for fitter
Installation dimensions
in a suitable niche:
in a standard niche (with levelling panel ZUB 736):
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… Installation instructions for fitter
Installing in a fitted kitchen unit
Installing the appliance:
• Insert the plug into the wall socket.
If "U2" now appears on the display
the plug will need to be turned.
Should this not be possible, a
qualified electrician must exchange
the zero conductor and the terminal wire in the socket.
• Slide the oven fully into the housing unit. Do not jam the cooker connection!
Fixing the appliance:
• Open the oven door. Fix the oven to the
housing by inserting the screws (supplied) at
an angle, and screwing through into the
housing unit.
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