Contents 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 How to read the user manual This user manual Appliance purpose General safety instructions Manufacturer liability Identification plate Disposal 2 Description 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 General Description Control panel Other parts Available accessories 3 Use 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 30 30 30 30 31 31 31 32 32 33 33 34 36 Instructions First use Using the accessories Using the oven Cooking advice Programmer clock 4 Cleaning and maintenance 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 30 EN 1 Instructions Instructions Cleaning the surfaces Ordinary daily cleaning Food stains or residues Removing the door Cleaning the door glazing Removing the internal glass panes Cleaning the inside of the oven Extraordinary maintenance 5 Installation 5.1 Electrical connection 5.2 Cable replacement 5.3 Positioning 36 36 37 38 39 41 46 46 46 46 46 46 47 47 48 49 51 51 52 52 We advise you to read this manual carefully, which contains all the instructions for maintaining the appliance's aesthetic and functional qualities. For further information on the product: www.smeg.com 29 Instructions 1 Instructions 1.1 How to read the user manual This user manual uses the following reading conventions: Instructions General information on this user manual, on safety and final disposal. Description Description of the appliance and its accessories. Use Information on the use of the appliance and its accessories, cooking advice. Cleaning and maintenance Information for proper cleaning and maintenance of the appliance. Installation Information for the qualified technician: installation, operation and inspection. Safety instructions Information Advice 1. Use instruction sequence. • Single use instruction. 30 1.2 This user manual This user manual is an integral part of the appliance and must therefore be kept in its entirety and in an accessible place for the whole working life of the appliance. 1.3 Appliance purpose This appliance is intended for cooking food in the home environment. Every other use is considered improper. This appliance must not be used by people (including children) of reduced physical and mental capacity, or lacking in experience in the use of electrical appliances, unless they are supervised or instructed by adults who are responsible for their safety. 1.4 General safety instructions For your safety and to avoid damage to the appliance, always respect the general safety instructions indicated below. In general • Have qualified personnel carry out installation and assistance interventions according to the standards in force. • Read this user manual carefully before using the appliance. • Do not modify this appliance. • Do not try to repair the appliance yourself or without the intervention of a qualified technician. • If the power supply cable is damaged, contact technical support immediately and they will replace it. For this appliance • Do not obstruct ventilation openings and heat dispersal slots. • Do not insert pointed metal objects (cutlery or utensils) into the slots in the appliance. • Do not rest any weight or sit on the open door of the appliance. • Take care that no objects are stuck in the doors. • Do not use the appliance to heat rooms for any reason. 1.5 Manufacturer liability The manufacturer declines all liability for damage to persons or property caused by: • use of the appliance other than the one envisaged, • non-observance of the user manual provisions, • tampering with any part of the appliance, • use of non-original spare parts. 1.6 Identification plate The identification plate bears the technical data, serial number and brand name of the appliance. Do not remove the identification plate for any reason. 1.7 Disposal This appliance must be disposed of separately from other waste (Directives 2002/95/EC, 2002/ 96/EC, 2003/108/EC). The appliance does not contain substances in quantities sufficient to be considered hazardous to health and the environment, in accordance with current European directives. To dispose of the appliance: • Remove the doors and leave the accessories (racks and trays) in their usual working positions, so that children cannot get stuck in the oven compartment. • Cut the power supply cable and remove it along with the plug. Power voltage Danger of electrocution • Disconnect the main power supply. • Disconnect the power cable from the electrical system. • Consign the appliance to the appropriate selective collection centres for electrical and electronic equipment waste, or deliver it back to the retailer when purchasing an equivalent product, on a one for one basis. Our appliances are packed in nonpolluting and recyclable materials. • Consign the packing materials to the appropriate selective collection centres. Plastic packaging Danger of suffocation • Do not leave the packaging or any part of it unattended. • Do not let children play with the packaging plastic bags. 31 EN Instructions Description 2 Description 2.1 General Description 1 Control panel 2 Oven light 3 Seal 4 Fan 5 Rack/tray support frames Frame shelf 32 Description EN 2.2 Control panel Auxiliary oven temperature knob (1) Main oven thermostat indicator light (6) This knob allows you to select the cooking temperature. Turn the knob clockwise to the required value, between the minimum and maximum setting. The thermostat indicator light remains lit when the oven is heating up. Once the oven has reached the selected temperature the indicator light switches off. Auxiliary oven thermostat indicator light (2) The oven's various functions are suitable for different cooking modes. After selecting the required function, set the cooking temperature using the temperature knob. The thermostat indicator light remains lit when the oven is heating up. Once the oven has reached the selected temperature the indicator light switches off. Auxiliary oven function knob (3) The oven's various functions are suitable for different cooking modes. After selecting the required function, set the cooking temperature using the temperature knob. Main oven function knob (7) 2.3 Other parts Shelves The appliance features shelves for positioning trays and racks at different heights. The insertion heights are indicated from the bottom upwards (see 2.1 General Description). Programmer clock (4) Useful for displaying the current time, setting programmed cooking operations and programming the minute minder timer. Main oven temperature knob (5) This knob allows you to select the cooking temperature. Turn the knob clockwise to the required value, between the minimum and maximum setting. 33 Description Cooling fan 2.4 Available accessories Some models are not provided with all accessories. Rack The fan cools the oven and comes into operation during cooking. The fan causes a steady outflow of air from above the door which may continue for a brief period of time even after the appliance has been turned off. Useful for supporting containers with food during cooking. Tray rack Interior lighting The oven light comes on when the door is opened or any function is selected. To be placed over the top of the oven tray; for cooking foods which may drip. 34 Description EN Oven tray Useful for collecting fat from foods placed on the rack above. Deep tray Useful for collecting fat from foods placed on the rack above and for cooking pies, pizzas and baked desserts. The oven accessories intended to come into contact with food are made of materials that comply with the provisions of current legislation. Original supplied and optional accessories can be requested to Authorised Assistance Centres. Use only original accessories supplied by the manufacturer. 35 Description 3 Use 3.1 Instructions High temperature inside the oven during use Danger of burns • Keep the oven door closed during cooking. • Protect your hands wearing heat resistant gloves when moving food inside the oven. • Do not touch the heating elements inside the oven. • Do not pour water directly onto very hot trays. • Do not allow children to get near the oven when it is in operation. High temperature inside the oven during use Danger of fire or explosion • Do not spray any spray products near the oven. • Do not use or leave flammable materials near the oven. • Do not use plastic kitchenware or containers when cooking food. • Do not put sealed tins or containers in the oven. • Do not leave the oven unattended during cooking operations where fats or oils could be released. • Remove all trays and racks which are not required during cooking. 36 Improper use Risk of damage to enamelled surfaces • Do not cover the bottom of the oven cavity with aluminium or tin foil sheets. • If you wish to use greaseproof paper, place it so that it will not interfere with the hot air circulation inside the oven. • Do not place pans or trays directly on the bottom of the oven cavity. • Do not pour water directly onto very hot trays. 3.2 First use 1. Remove any protective film from the outside or inside of the appliance, including accessories. 2. Remove any labels (apart from the technical data plate) from the accessories and from the oven cavity. 3. Remove and wash all the appliance accessories (see 4 Cleaning and maintenance). 4. Heat the empty oven at the maximum temperature to burn off any residues left by the manufacturing process. 3.3 Using the accessories Tray rack Racks and trays The tray rack has to be inserted into the tray. In this way fat can be collected separately from the food which is being cooked. Racks and trays have to be inserted into the side guides until they come to a complete stop. • The mechanical safety locks that prevent the rack from being taken out accidentally have to face downwards and towards the oven back. Gently insert racks and trays into the oven until they come to a stop. Clean the trays before using them for the first time to remove any residues left by the manufacturing process. 37 EN Description Use 3.4 Using the oven Switching the oven on To switch the oven on: 1. Select the cooking function using the function knob. 2. Select the temperature using the temperature knob. Functions list Eco Using the grill and the lower heating element in combination is particularly suitable for cooking on a single shelf, as it provides low energy consumption. Static As the heat comes from above and below at the same time, this system is particularly suitable for certain types of food. Traditional cooking, also known as static cooking, is suitable for cooking just one dish at a time. Perfect for all types of roasts, bread and cakes and in any case particularly suitable for fatty meats such as goose and duck. Fan with grill The air produced by the fan softens the strong heatwave generated by the grill, grilling perfectly even very thick foods. Perfect for large cuts of meat (e.g. shin of pork). 38 Grill The heat coming from the grill element gives perfect grilling results above all for thin and medium thickness meat and in combination with the rotisserie (where fitted) gives the food an even browning at the end of cooking. Perfect for sausages, spare ribs and bacon. This function enables large quantities of food, particularly meat, to be grilled evenly. Small grill Using only the heat released from the central element, this function allows you to grill small portions of meat and fish for making kebabs, toasted sandwiches and any types of grilled vegetable side dishes. Fan + circulaire The combination of the fan and the circulaire heating element (incorporated in the rear of the oven) allows you to cook different foods on several levels, as long as they need the same temperatures and same type of cooking. Hot air circulation ensures instant and even distribution of heat. It will be possible, for instance, to cook fish, vegetables and biscuits simultaneously (on different levels) without odours and flavours mingling. Use 3.5 Cooking advice General advice • Use a fan assisted function to achieve consistent cooking at several levels. • It is not possible to shorten cooking times by increasing the temperature (the food could be overcooked on the outside and undercooked on the inside). Advice for cooking meat • Cooking times vary according to the thickness and quality of the food and to consumer taste. • Use a meat thermometer when roasting meat, or simply press on the roast with a spoon. If it is hard, it is ready; if not, it needs another few minutes cooking. Advice for cooking with the Grill and the Fan with grill • Meat can be grilled even when it is put into the cold oven or into the preheated oven if you wish to change the effect of the cooking. • With the Fan with grill function, we recommend that you preheat the oven before grilling. • We recommend placing the food at the centre of the rack. • With the Grill function, we recommend that you turn the temperature knob to the maximum value near the symbol to optimise cooking. 39 EN Defrost Rapid defrost is helped by switching on the fan provided and the upper heating element that ensure uniform distribution of low temperature air inside the oven. Use Advice for cooking desserts/pastries and biscuits • Use dark metal moulds: they help to absorb the heat better. • The temperature and the cooking time depend on the quality and consistency of the dough. • To check whether the dessert is cooked right through: at the end of the cooking time, put a toothpick into the highest point of the dessert. If the dough does not stick to the toothpick, the dessert is cooked. • If the dessert collapses when it comes out of the oven, on the next occasion reduce the set temperature by about 10°C, selecting a longer cooking time if necessary. Advice for defrosting and proving • Place frozen foods without their packaging in a lidless container on the first shelf of the oven. • Avoid overlapping the food. • To defrost meat, use the rack placed on the second level and a tray on the first level. In this way, the liquid from the defrosting food drains away from the food. • The most delicate parts can be covered with aluminium foil. • For successful proving, a container of water should be placed in the bottom of the oven. 40 To save energy • Stop cooking a few minutes before the time normally used. Cooking will continue for the remaining minutes with the heat which has accumulated inside the oven. • Reduce any opening of the door to a minimum to avoid heat dispersal. • Keep the inside of the appliance clean at all times. Use Timed cooking Timed cooking is the function which allows a cooking operation to be started and then ended after a specific length of time set by the user. 1 Minute minder timer key 2 End of cooking key 3 Cooking duration key 4 Value decrease key 5 Value increase key 6 Manual mode key Setting the time Having selected a function, press and hold . The display will show the figures . Hold down and simultaneously use or to set the required number of minutes. When is released, the count of the programmed cooking duration will start and the display will show the current time together with and A (to indicate that a programmed cooking operation has been set). On the first use, or after a power failure, will be flashing on the appliance's display. Press to stop the flashing. The time can be set using or . Keep the key pressed in to increase or decrease rapidly. 41 EN 3.6 Programmer clock Use Programmed cooking Programmed cooking is the function which allows a cooking operation to be started at a set time and then ended after a specific length of time set by the user. Having selected a function, press and hold . The display shows the figures . Hold down and simultaneously use or to set the required number of minutes. Press . The sum of the current time plus the preset cooking duration will appear on the display. Press and hold and simultaneously press or to set the cooking end time. When the key is released, programmed cooking will start and the display will show the current time together with and A (to indicate that a programmed cooking process has been set). After the setting, to display the cooking time left press the key. To display the end of cooking time, press the key. 42 End of cooking At the end of cooking the oven will switch off automatically and simultaneously a buzzer will start to sound intermittently. After the buzzer has been deactivated, the display will return to show the current time together with the symbol to indicate that the oven has returned to manual mode. Minute minder timer The minute minder timer can be activated at any time. By pressing key , the display shows the figures . Hold down and use or to set the required number of minutes. When is released, the countdown will start and and will appear on the display. After the minute minder timer has been programmed, the display will go back to showing the current time; to display the remaining time, press . Use Adjusting the buzzer volume EN The buzzer volume can be set to 3 different levels. When the buzzer is in operation, press to change the setting. Stopping the buzzer The buzzer stops automatically after about seven minutes. It can be deactivated manually by pressing . If a timed or programmed cooking process is programmed, pressing to deactivate the buzzer will ensure that cooking continues in manual mode. Deleting the set data Having programmed a timed or programmed cooking operation, this programming can be cancelled by holding down the key for the function which has just been programmed and simultaneously pressing keys or until appears on the display. The programmer will interpret the cancellation of the program as terminating the cooking operation. Modifying the set data The data set for programmed cooking can be modified at any time. Press the function key and simultaneously use or to modify the value. 43 Use Main oven cooking information table Food Runner posi- Temperature tion from the (°C) bottom 1 220 - 230 1 220 - 230 Weight (Kg) Function Lasagne Pasta bake 3-4 3-4 Static Static Roast veal Pork Sausages Roast beef Roast rabbit Turkey breast Roast pork neck Roast chicken 2 2 1.5 1 1.5 3 2-3 1.2 Fan-assisted static Fan-assisted static Fan with grill Fan-assisted static Circulaire Fan-assisted static Fan-assisted static Fan-assisted static 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 180 - 190 180 - 190 280 200 180 - 190 180 - 190 180 - 190 180 - 190 Pork chops Spare ribs Bacon Pork fillet Beef fillet 1.5 1.5 0.7 1.5 1 Fan with grill Fan with grill Grill Fan with grill Grill 4 4 5 4 5 280 280 250 - 280 250 - 280 250 - 280 Salmon trout Monkfish Turbot 1.2 1.5 1.5 Fan-assisted static Fan-assisted static Fan-assisted static 2 2 2 150 - 160 160 160 35 - 40 60 - 65 45 - 50 1 1 1 Fan-assisted static Circulaire Fan-assisted static 2 2 2 280 190 - 200 180 - 190 8-9 25 - 30 20 - 25 1 1 1 1 1.2 1.2 1 1 0.6 Circulaire Circulaire Circulaire Circulaire Circulaire Circulaire Circulaire Circulaire Circulaire 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 160 160 160 - 170 160 160 180 150 - 160 160 160 55 - 60 35 - 40 55 - 60 20 - 25 55 - 60 80 - 90 55 - 60 55 - 60 30 - 35 Pizza Bread Focaccia Sponge cake Jam tart Ricotta cake Jam tarts Paradise cake Cream puffs Light sponge cake Rice pudding Brioches Time (minutes) 45 - 50 45 - 50 90 - 100 70 - 80 15 40 - 45 70 - 80 110 - 120 170 - 180 65 - 70 1st surface 2nd surface 15 10 7 10 10 5 10 8 5 7 The times indicated in the table do not include preheating times and are provided as a guide only. 44 Use Auxiliary oven cooking information table Runner Temperature position from (°C) the bottom 1 or 2 220 - 230 1 or 2 220 - 230 Weight (Kg) Function 3/4 2 Static Static Roast veal Pork loin Pork shoulder Roast rabbit Turkey breast Roast chicken 1 1 1 1 1.5 1 Static Static Static Static Static Static 2 2 2 2 2 2 180 - 190 180 - 190 180 - 190 180 - 190 180 - 190 190 - 200 Pork chops Pork fillet Sausages Bacon 1 1 1 0.8 Grill Grill Grill Grill 2 2 2 1/2 250 - 280 250 - 280 250 - 270 270 Salmon trout 1 Static 1 250 - 270 14 - 16 1 0.8 Static Static 1 2 280 180 - 190 8 15 - 20 1 0.5 Static Static Static Static 1 1 1 2 170 - 180 170 - 180 170 - 180 180 35 - 40 20 - 25 50 - 60 60 Lasagne Pasta bake Time (minutes) EN Food 50 - 60 40 70 - 80 70 - 80 90 - 100 70 - 80 89 - 90 55 - 60 1st surface 2nd surface Pizza Focaccia Tart Short pastry Rice pudding Apple pie 7-9 9 - 11 7-9 6-7 5-7 5-9 5-6 3-4 The times indicated in the table do not include preheating times and are provided as a guide only. 45 Cleaning and maintenance 4 Cleaning and maintenance 4.1 Instructions Improper use Risk of damage to surfaces • Do not use steam jets for cleaning the appliance. • Do not use cleaning products containing chlorine, ammonia or bleach on steel parts or parts with metallic finishes on the surface (e.g. anodizing, nickel- or chromium-plating). • Do not use abrasive or corrosive detergents on glass parts (e.g. powder products, stain removers and metallic sponges). • Do not use rough or abrasive materials or sharp metal scrapers. 4.2 Cleaning the surfaces To keep the surfaces in good condition, they should be cleaned regularly after use. Let them cool first. 4.3 Ordinary daily cleaning Always use only specific products that do not contain abrasives or chlorine-based acids. Pour the product onto a damp cloth and wipe the surface, rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth or a microfibre cloth. 46 4.4 Food stains or residues Do not use metallic sponges or sharp scrapers as they will damage the surfaces. Use ordinary non-abrasive products with the aid of wooden or plastic utensils if necessary. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth or a microfibre cloth. Do not allow residues of sugary foods (such as jam) to set inside the oven. If left to set for too long, they might damage the enamel lining of the oven. 4.5 Removing the door For easier cleaning, the door can be removed and placed on a canvas. To remove the door proceed as follows: 1. Open the door completely and insert two pins into the holes on the hinges indicated in the figure. Cleaning and maintenance 3. To reassemble the door, put the hinges in the relevant slots in the oven, making sure that grooved sections A are resting completely in the slots. Lower the door and once it is in place remove the pins from the holes in the hinges. 4.7 Removing the internal glass panes For easier cleaning the door internal glass panes can be disassembled. 1. Remove the internal glass pane by pulling the rear part gently upwards, following the movement indicated by the arrows (1). 2. Then, pull the front part upwards (2). In this way, the 4 pins attached to the glass detach from their housings in the oven door. 3. Some models have an intermediate glass pane. Remove the intermediate glass pane by lifting it upwards. 4.6 Cleaning the door glazing The glass in the door should always be kept thoroughly clean. Use absorbent kitchen roll. In case of stubborn dirt, wash with a damp sponge and an ordinary detergent. We recommend the use of cleaning products distributed by the manufacturer. 47 EN 2. Grasp the door on both sides with both hands, lift it forming an angle of around 30° and remove it. Cleaning and maintenance 4. Clean the external glass pane and the panes previously removed. Use absorbent kitchen roll. In case of stubborn dirt, wash with a damp sponge and neutral detergent. 4.8 Cleaning the inside of the oven 5. Refit the panes in the reverse order in which they were removed. 6. Reposition the internal glass pane. Take care to centre and insert the 4 pins into their housings in the oven door by applying slight pressure. Clean the oven racks with warm water and non-abrasive detergent. Carefully rinse and dry damp parts. For the best oven upkeep, clean it regularly after having allowed it to cool. Take out all removable parts. The oven should be operated at the maximum temperature for about 15-20 minutes after the use of specific products, to burn off the residues left inside the oven. For easier cleaning, remove the door. 48 Cleaning and maintenance Removing the guide frames enables the sides to be cleaned more easily. This operation should be performed each time the automatic cleaning cycle is used (on some models only). To remove the guide frames: Pull the frame towards the inside of the oven to unhook it from its groove A, then slide it out of the seats B at the back. When cleaning is complete, repeat the above procedures to put the guide frames back in. 4.9 Extraordinary maintenance Live parts Danger of electrocution EN Removing racks/trays support frames • Disconnect the oven power supply. Replacing the internal light bulb 1. Completely remove all accessories from inside the oven. 2. Remove the racks/trays support frames. 3. Remove the bulb cover using a tool (e.g. a screwdriver). 49 Cleaning and maintenance Incandescent lamps: 4. Unscrew and remove the lamp. 11. Press the cover completely down so that it attaches perfectly to the bulb support. Removing the door seal To permit thorough cleaning of the oven, the door seal may be removed. There are fasteners on all four sides to attach it to the edge of the oven. Pull the 4 edges of the seal outwards to detach the fasteners. 5. Replace the lamp with one of the same type (25W). 6. Refit the cover correctly, so that the moulded part of the glass is facing the door. 7. Press the cover completely down so that it attaches perfectly to the bulb support. Halogen lamps: 8. Slide out and remove the lamp. Do not touch the halogen lamp directly with your fingers, but wrap it in insulating material. 9. Replace the lamp with one of the same type (40W). 10. Refit the cover correctly, so that the moulded part of the glass is facing the door. 50 Installation 5 Installation • 380-415 V 2N~ 5.1 Electrical connection EN Power voltage Danger of electrocution Use a 4 x 2.5 mm² four-core cable. • Have the electrical connection performed by authorised technical personnel. • The appliance must be connected to earth in compliance with electrical system safety standards. • Disconnect the main power supply. • 380-415 V 3N~ Use a 5 x 2.5 mm² five-core cable. General information Check the grid characteristics against the data indicated on the plate. The identification plate bearing the technical data, serial number and brand name is visibly positioned on the appliance. Do not remove this plate for any reason. The appliance works at 220-240 V~. Use a three-core cable (3 x 1.5 mm2 cable, referring to the cross section of the internal conductor). Perform the ground connection using a wire that is 20 mm longer than the other wires. Connection modes: • 220-240 V 1N~ Fixed connection Fit the power line with an omnipolar circuit breaker in compliance with installation regulations. The circuit breaker should be located near the appliance and in an easily reachable position. Connection with plug and socket Make sure that the plug and socket are of the same type. Avoid using adapters and shunts as these could cause overheating and a risk of burns. Use a 3 x 4 mm² three-core cable. 51 Installation 5.2 Cable replacement Power voltage Danger of electrocution • Disconnect the main power supply. 1. Unscrew the fastening screws 2 of the terminal board cover. 5.3 Positioning Heavy appliance Danger of crush injuries • Place the appliance into the piece of furniture with the aid of a second person. Pressure on the open door Risk of damages to the appliance • Never use the oven door to lever the appliance into place when fitting. • Avoid exerting too much pressure on the oven door when open. Heat production during appliance operation Risk of fire • Check that the piece of furniture material is heat resistant. • Check that the piece of furniture has the required slots. 2. Slide the tabs 1 of the terminal board cover out of the grooves; 3. Loosen the screw of the cable retention bracket in the right lower part of the oven back 3; 4. Make sure that the cables (for the oven or any hob) follow the best route in order to avoid any contact with the appliance. 52 Fixing Mounting (mm) Screw 6 screws through the holes on the appliance sides to fasten the appliance to the unit. The oven is designed for mounting into any piece of furniture as long as it is heatresistant. Respect the unit dimensions and the oven overall dimensions for positioning. Depending on the type of installation a slot should be foreseen for ventilating the appliance. To be able to open the door completely, any unit protuberance should be at a distance of at least 1 cm from the oven. Appliance overall dimensions (mm) 53 EN Installation Installation Create an opening with a total surface area of at least 200 cm² in the bottom front part of the unit. 54 Create an opening 35-40 mm deep in the top rear part of the unit.