BSPO615 Installation and Instructions for Use

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Installation and Instructions for Use
BSPO615
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Dear Customer,
Congratulations on purchasing your new product from Think Appliances.
To register your parts and labour warranty (some conditions apply please refer to your
warranty card for more details) please contact out Customer Care team on:
1800 444 357
Our Customer Care centre is there to ensure you get the most out of your appliance. For
example, should you want to learn more about recommended cooking temperatures, the
various cooking functions available, how to set and program your LED clock, and importantly
taking care of your appliance when cleaning, please call us because we are here to help you.
It is important that you read through the following use and care manual thoroughly to
familiarize yourself with the installation and operation requirements of your appliance to
ensure optimum performance.
We also carry a complete range of spare parts for all Think products. For all your spare parts
enquiries please contact our team at Pronto Parts on:
1300 306 973
Again, thank you for choosing an appliance brought to you by Think Appliances and we look
forward to being of service to you.
Kind regards
Management
Think Appliances
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical safety
• In order to connect the oven to the mains, the
technician should use an H05SS-F power cable. The
connection diagram is shown in Figure 12.
• The oven must always have a good earth connection in
line with current regulations.
• Total disconnection from the mains installation must be
incorporated when installing the oven, as specified in
the installation regulations, (suitable for the heat
intensity to be withstood and with a minimum space
between contacts of 3 mm) following category III
conditions for surges, for disconnection in case of
emergency, for cleaning or for changing the light bulb.
Under no circumstances should the earth wire pass
through this switch.
• This switch may be replaced by a plug, provided it is
accessible for normal use.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
• Any handling or repair to the appliance, including
replacement of the power cable, should be carried out
by authorised Technical Service Personnel using
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Read these instructions carefully to obtain the best
performance from your oven. Keep this manual so that it
can be read by a new owner.
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original spare parts. Repairs or handling by others may
damage the appliance or cause malfunctioning that
could be hazardous to your safety.
• Unplug your oven if it malfunctions.
Child Safety
During use, the appliance becomes hot. Care should be
taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the
oven.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use.
To avoid burns, young children should be kept away.
Accessible parts may become hot when the grill is in use.
Children should be kept away.
WARNING: This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Safety in the use of the oven
• The oven must always be operated with the door
closed.
• Only use the oven after it has been installed inside the
kitchen unit (See Installing the Oven).
• The grid has a system enabling partial removal easy for
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• Disconnect the appliance from mains power supply
before any operation.
• Do not use abrasive cleaning products, or steam or
pressurised-water cleaning equipment.
• Cleaning and maintenance tasks to be carried out by
the user should not be done by children without
supervision.
• Before replacing a bulb, first make sure that the oven
has been disconnected from the mains to avoid the
possibility of receiving an electric shock.
• Remove all accessories and dishes from the oven,
including the shelf supports and/or telescopic guide
rails.
• Clean any spillages or excess dirt, as during the
pyrolytic cleaning cycle these could ignite and become
a fire hazard.
• For your safety, never turn on the oven if the back panel
that covers the fan is not in place.
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• The oven heats up when in use, so please use oven
gloves when performing operations inside the oven and
avoid touching the heating elements.
• Only use the supplied temperature probe inside the
oven (in models that come with this feature).
Cleaning and Maintenance
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Before First Use
Other Important
Instructions
There may be traces of grease and other substances in the oven as a result of its manufacturing process. These should be removed
by means of the following procedure:
• The oven must always be operated with the
• Remove all the packaging from your oven,
including the protective plastic, if any.
• Turn your oven to
door closed.
• The manufacturer takes no responsibility for
any use of the oven other than for the home
preparation of food.
• Do not store oil, fats or inflammable materi-
, or if this setting is
not available to
, at 200 ºC for 1 hour.
Consult
the
Quick
Start
Guide
accompanying this manual on how to do
this.
• Do not lean or sit on the open oven door.
• Cool the oven with the door open so that it
• Do not cover the bottom of the oven with
ventilates and no odours remain inside it.
• Once cold, clean the oven and accessories.
During this first operation, smoke and smells
will be produced. The kitchen should therefore
be well ventilated.
als inside the oven. This may be dangerous
if the oven is turned on.
You could damage it, as well as endanger
your own safety.
aluminium foil as this may affect cooking
performance and damage the enamel inside
the oven and the interior of your kitchen
unit.
• To cook any food, insert the tray or grid into
the guide rails inside the oven.
Environmentally Friendly
Packaging
• Do not place containers or food on the bot-
The packaging is made from totally recyclable
materials which can be put to other uses.
Consult your local council regarding the necessary procedures for disposing of these materials.
• Do not pour water on the bottom surface
CAUTION
• It is normal for condensation to occur on the
The
symbol on the product or packaging
indicates that this appliance cannot be disposed of as normal household waste. It
should be taken to an electrical and electronic equipment collection point for recycling. In
this way, any negative consequences for the
environment and public health from incorrect
handling can be avoided. Contact your local
council, household waste disposal service or
the establishment where you bought the product from for more information on recycling the
appliance.
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tom surface of the oven. Always use the
trays and grid.
when in use; this may damage the enamel.
• Open the oven door as little as possible during cooking. This will reduce power consumption.
oven door when cooking dishes with a high
liquid content.
• Clean the oven interior to remove traces of
grease or food, which could later give off
smoke and odours and cause stains to
appear.
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Safety when using the pyrolytic cleaning
cycle
Before the cleaning cycle starts you must:
• CAUTION: Remove all accessories and
During the pyrolytic cleaning process:
• Do not leave any cloths or fabric hanging
from the oven handle or in close contact
with it.
dishes from the oven, including the shelf
supports and/or telescopic guide rails.
• For safety reasons, the hob must not be in
• Clean any spillages or excess dirt, as during
• The oven’s inside light will remain off and
the pyrolytic cleaning cycle these could
ignite and become a fire hazard.
• The oven is equipped with a safety lock
• Remove any dirt from the oven gasket.
• Carefully follow the instructions for programming the pyrolytic cleaning cycle.
use while the oven is in pyrolytic mode.
cannot be turned on.
mechanism that will prevent the door from
being opened during the cleaning cycle. Do
not try to open the door while the lock is
activated, as the pyrolysis programme may
be halted.
Caution:
Caution
Disconnect the appliance from mains power
supply before any operation.
Do not clean the oven interior with steam or
pressurised-water cleaning equipment. Do not
use metal scouring pads, wire brushes or any
utensil that can scratch the enamel.
Clean the oven interior to remove traces of
grease or food, which could later give off
smoke and odours and cause stains to
appear.
Normal Cleaning Procedure
for Oven Interior
• Traces of grease or food in the oven can be
cleaned normally.
• Use nylon brushes or sponges with warm
soapy water to clean enamelled surfaces
such as the bottom of the oven. Clean
when the oven is cold. Use oven-cleaning
products only on enamelled surfaces and
always follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
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Pyrolytic Self-Cleaning Procedure
• This setting allows you to carry out a
pyrolytic cleaning cycle, which involves the
oxidisation and carbonisation of the grease
accumulated during cooking by means of
the high temperatures that are reached
inside the oven.
• When the pyrolytic cleaning process has finished, it is only necessary to wipe the
inside with a damp cloth, cleaning up the
ash produced during the cycle. Areas in the
oven that are difficult to access will need to
be cleaned with a non-metallic fibre scourer
so as not to scratch the enamel.
• When programming the pyrolytic cleaning
cycle, you will see that the oven has 3 pyrolysis programmes with 60, 90 and 120minute cycles. Use the most suitable programme for the level of dirt in the oven. If
the oven is very dirty it will require a longer
programme.
• Pyrolysis is not required after each use of
the oven. We recommend that you carry out
a pyrolytic cleaning cycle after every 4-5
uses, depending on how dirty the oven interior is.
• During the cleaning cycle the light inside
the oven will remain off.
CAUTION: Before carrying out the pyrolytic
cleaning cycle, you must remove all accessories and dishes from the oven, including
the shelves and/or telescopic guide rails.
Instructions to remove the shelf supports
and/or telescopic guide rails.
1 Remove all accessories from inside the
oven.
2 Pull on the supports or the telescopic guide
rails (A), loosening the screw (B). Figure 1.
To assemble the supports, place the ends of
the supports in the lower holes in the sides of
the oven interior and fasten them with the
screw (B).
Cleaning the Oven Exterior
and Accessories
Clean the outside of the oven and accessories
with warm soapy water or with a mild detergent.
Take great care when cleaning stainless steel
or painted surfaces. Use only sponges or
cloths that do not scratch.
Cleaning the Oven Door
Do not use metal scouring pads, wire brushes
or commercially available or abrasive powder
cleansers to clean the oven door as they could
scratch the surface and cause the glass to
break.
Clean the door exterior and accessories with
warm soapy water or with a mild detergent.
Take great care when cleaning stainless steel
surfaces. Use only sponges or cloths that do
not scratch.
You may also clean the inner glass of the oven
door. To remove it, follow the instructions
below.
Instructions for Removing / Replacing Inner
Glass
1 Open the oven door.
2 Insert the safety bolts supplied with this
manual to stop the door from closing.
IMPORTANT: Keep these bolts in a safe place
and use them whenever you need to clean the
oven door. Figure 2.
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4 Without releasing the pressure applied to
Point 1, pull on the plastic seal above the
door. Figure 4.
5 The glass panels inside the door will loosen
and can be easily cleaned with glass cleaner and a cloth.
Caution
If you have not inserted the safety bolts, be
careful when you remove the inner glass as
the oven door will shut.
6 Once they are clean, replace the glass panels
in the same order so that you can read the
printed TERMOGLASS labels on them. Figure
5.
7 Re-attach the plastic seal over the door,
assuring that the side tabs fit in point 1.
Changing the Oven Light Bulb
CAUTION
Make sure the oven is unplugged before
changing the bulb.
If Something Goes Wrong
The oven stops working
Check the power connection.
Check the fuses and the circuit breaker
of your installation.
Make sure the timer is either in the manual
or programmed setting.
Check the position of the control
and temperature dial.
The inside light does not go on
Change the bulb.
Check that it has been properly inserted
according to the Instruction Manual.
The heating pilot light does not turn on
Select a temperature.
Select a setting.
It should only come on while the oven is heating
up to the selected temperature.
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3 Apply pressure with your fingers on Point 1
located on the upper part of both sides of
the oven door. Figure 3.
Oven smoking during use
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is
switched off before replacing the lamp to
avoid the possibility of electric shock.
• Detach the chrome supports or the telescopic guide rails by loosening the screw
(C). Figure 6.
• Release the glass cover of the bulb-holder
with a tool.
• Change the bulb.
• Reassemble the glass cover and ensure
Normal during first use.
Clean the oven regularly.
Reduce the amount of fat or oil in the tray.
Do not cook at temperatures higher than those
indicated in the cooking chart.
The expected cooking results are not achieved
Check the cooking charts for guidance
on how your oven operates.
that everything fits in the correct position.
Figure 8.
The replacement bulb must withstand temperatures up to 300 ºC. You can order one from
the Technical Assistance Service.
Caution
If these problems persist despite these tips,
contact Technical Service.
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Technical Specifications
If the appliance does not work, inform
Technical Service of the kind of problem you
are experiencing and give the:
1 Serial Number (S-No)
• The unit material, including covering materials and glue must be able to withstand temperatures of 120 ºC.
Electrical Connection
2 Model of Appliance (Mod.),
which you will find engraved on the identification plate. This plate is located on the bottom
of the oven and can be seen when opening the
door.
The installer must ensure that:
• The mains power voltage and frequency correspond to what is marked on the identification plate.
• The domestic wiring system can withstand
Installation
This information is exclusively for the installer
who is responsible for assembly and electrical
connection. If you install the oven yourself, the
manufacturer will not accept liability for possible damage.
Prior to Installation
the maximum power marked on the identification plate.
• After connecting the power, check that all
electrical parts of the oven are working correctly.
• Disconnection from the electrical supply
must be allowed after the oven is in the
installed position.
Oven Installation
After connecting the power to the oven:
Please refer to electrical safety instructions
on page 3 of this manual before installation.
• To unpack the oven, pull on the tab located
at the bottom of the box and hold it by the
side handles, never by the oven door handle.
• The installation instructions must be
adhered to strictly. If not, the oven’s ventilation circuit may become blocked, causing
high temperatures that could damage the
kitchen unit and the appliance itself.
• The opening in the kitchen unit must be that
indicated in Figures 8, 9 and 10, depending
on the type of installation. The minimum
size of the unit base must be 580 mm.
• The rear of the unit, corresponding to the
shaded area (A) in Figure 11 must have
nothing projecting from it (unit reinforcement, pipes, sockets, etc.).
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1 Position the oven inside the unit and ensure
that the power cable is not trapped or in
contact with parts of the oven that heat up.
2 Position the oven at the centre of the unit
so that there is a separation of at least 5
mm between the oven and the adjacent
units. Figures 13 and 14.
3 Anchor the oven to the unit with the two
screws supplied, screwing them into the
unit through the two holes that can be seen
when the door is open.
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Control Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6 7 8 9
11 Cooking functions
17 Electronic timer sensor
12 Temperature display
18 - Sensor
13 Door lock indicator light
19 + Sensor / Child safety function
14 Pyrolytic function indicator display
10 On / Off
15 Electronic timer
11 Inside light
16 Temperature sensor
12 Pyrolytic function sensor
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Oven Functions
Convencional
This function is for use when baking cakes,
where the heat should be even to give a
spongy texture.
Conventional with Fan
Suitable for roasts and cakes. The fan spreads
the heat evenly throughout the inside of the
oven to reduce cooking time and temperature.
Lower Element
Heat only comes from beneath. Suitable for
warming plates or letting dough rise.
Turbo
The fan spreads the heat coming from an
element located at the back of the oven. As a
result of the evenly distributed temperature,
food can be cooked on two levels at the same
time.
Grill and Lower Element
Ideal for roasts. This function can be used with
any size joints of meat.
Grill
Toasting and browning. This function allows
the surface to be cooked without affecting the
inside of the food. Suitable for flat pieces such
as steaks, ribs, fish and toasts.
Maxigrill
For toasting larger surfaces than possible with
the Grill function, in addition to greater
toasting power for faster food browning.
MaxiGrill with Fan
For even roasting and simultaneous surface
browning. Ideal for mixed grills. Perfect for
bulky pieces such as poultry and game. The
meat should be placed on the oven grid with
the tray below to collect meat juices.
Caution
The door must be closed during use with Grill,
MaxiGrill or MaxiGrill with Fan.
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Pizza
Ideal for baking pizzas, pies, and fruit tarts or
sponges.
Slow cooker
Designed to cook casseroles, stews, etc, in
the traditional way, and for all recipes
specifying long cooking times and low heat.
For the best results, we recommend using
covered casserole pans with lids, first making
sure that they can be used in the oven.
Defrosting
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Recommendations for Defrosting Food
The defrost function works by means of a 2level system of hot air. HI is for meats in
general and LO is for fish, cakes, pastries and
bread. When selecting the defrost function,
select HI or LO on the temperature display by
pressing on the temperature sensor
and
then the
or
sensors.
• Meat and fish do not need to be completely
thawed before cooking. Condiments can be
added once the surface is soft.
• Food should always be cooked after
defrosting.
• Do not refreeze defrosted food.
• Unpackaged food should be placed on the
oven tray or on a dish.
• Defrost large pieces of meat or fish by placing
them over the grid with a tray underneath to
collect any liquid.
See the following chart for defrosting times and temperature levels:
LO LEVEL
HI LEVEL
FOOD
Time
Bread
1/
2
Kg
35 mins
Cake
1/
2
Kg
25 mins
Fish
1/
2
Kg
30 mins
1 Kg
40 mins
Fish
Weight
Time
Chicken
1 Kg
75 mins
Chicken
1,5 Kg
90 mins
Rib steak
1/
2
Kg
40 mins
Minced meat
1/
2
Kg
60 mins
1 Kg
120 mins
Minced meat
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Weight
The times shown in the chart are a guide. The time needed for defrosting will depend on the
temperature of the room, weight of the food and how frozen it is.
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Oven Use
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2
3
4
5
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Use of the electronic timer
Caution
The electronic clock features Touch-Control
technology. To operate, simply touch the glass
control symbols with your fingertip.
The touch control sensitivity continuously
adapts to changing conditions. Ensure that the
glass front of the control panel is clean and free
of any obstacles when turning on the oven.
If the clock does not respond correctly when
you touch the glass, you will need to turn off
the oven for a few seconds and then turn it
back on. By doing this, the sensors adjust
automatically and will react once more to
fingertip control.
Setting the Electronic Clock
When turning your oven on, you will see the clock
flashing 12:00
. Set the clock by touching the
or
symbols on the glass. You will hear 2
beeps confirming the time has been set.
If you want to change the time, touch the clock
sensor
until the indicator flashes
.
Change the time by touching the
or
sensors. The two beeps you hear after that
will confirm the new time has been set.
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Manual Operation
After setting the clock, the oven is ready for use:
1 Press the On sensor
.
2 Press on the desired cooking function
symbol.
3 The temperature display
will show the
preset temperature for that cooking
function. Press on the temperature sensor
to change it. Select the desired
temperature by pressing on the
or
sensors.
4 The top oven cavity will start to heat up.
Functions
and
will start
the fast preheating function for a few
minutes. The oven will beep when it reaches
the selected temperature.
Caution: this preheating function turns on the
turbo motor at the back of the top oven cavity.
5 During oven heating, the display will flash °
to show that the food is being heated.
6 Press on the Off sensor
to stop cooking.
Caution
When cooking has finished, you will notice
that oven cooling feature will work until the
temperature inside the oven has been suitably
lowered.
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The inside light will go on:
– When the oven door is open. If the door is
not closed after a certain time, the light will
turn off to reduce power consumption.
– When any cooking function is selected. The
light will turn off after a certain time.
If you want to turn the light on during cooking,
just touch the Oven Light sensor . If you keep
your finger on this sensor for a few seconds, the
light will stay on throughout cooking.
IMPORTANT
During the pyrolitic cleaning function, the
inside light will not turn on.
Electronic Clock Functions
Cooking Time: This function allows you to
programme cooking time length, after which
the oven will turn off automatically.
Cooking Stop Time: This function allows you
to programme the time for cooking to stop,
after which the oven will turn off automatically.
Cooking Time and Cooking Stop Time: This
function allows both cooking time length and
the stop time to be programmed. With this
function, the oven switches on automatically at
the set time and operates for the cooking time
it has been programmed for. It switches itself
off automatically at the entered stop time.
3 You will then hear two beeps, the display will
show the time left before the alarm sounds
and the symbol
will flash slowly,
indicating that the timer has been set.
4 Once the programmed time has passed, an
alarm will sound and the symbol
will
begin to flash more quickly.
5 Press on any sensor on the control panel to
stop the alarm.
You can change the programmed time
whenever you want by touching the clock
sensor
until the symbol
flashes, and
then touching the
or
sensors. The two
beeps you hear after that will confirm the new
time has been set.
Programming Cooking Time
1 Press on the clock sensor
will light up.
. The symbol
2 Select the cooking time by pressing the
sensors.
or
3 Two consecutive beeps will then sound and
the display will show the remaining cooking
time. The symbol
will flash slowly to
indicate that the oven will switch itself
automatically.
4 Select a cooking function and temperature.
5 Once the cooking time is complete, the oven
will turn off, an alarm will sound and the
symbol will flash more quickly.
Timer Alarm: A beep will go sound when the set
time has finished, whether the oven is on or off.
6 Press on any sensor on the control panel to
stop the alarm.
Child safety: This function locks the oven,
preventing small children from playing with it.
You can change the programmed time
whenever you want by touching the clock
sensor
and then on the
or
sensors.
The two beeps you hear after that will confirm
the new time has been set.
Programming the Timer Alarm
1 Press on the clock sensor
several times
until the symbol
lights up.
2 Select the length of time after which you
want the alarm to sound by pressing on the
or
sensors.
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Oven Lighting
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Programming the Cooking Stop Time
1 Press on the clock sensor
several times
until the symbol
lights up.
2 Select the cooking stop time by pressing the
or
sensors.
3 Two consecutive beeps will then sound and
the display will show the remaining cooking
time. The
symbol will flash slowly to
indicate that the oven will switch itself
automatically.
4 Select a cooking function and temperature.
5 Once it is the set time, the oven will turn off,
an alarm will sound and the
symbol will
flash more quickly.
6 Press on any sensor on the control panel to
stop the alarm.
You can change the programmed cooking stop
time at any moment by pressing on the clock
sensor
until the
symbol flashes and
then by pressing on the
or
sensors. The
two beeps you hear after that will confirm the
new time has been set.
You can use this function even if you are
already cooking with the oven. If this is the
case, follow all of the above instructions
except No. 4.
16 This will be confirmed by two beeps. The
current time will show on the display and
the
symbol will remain lit.
17 Select a cooking function and temperature.
18 The oven will remain off, with the
symbol lit and the
symbol flashing
slowly. The clock will show the current time
and the inside light will remain off. The
oven is now programmed.
19 When it is time to start cooking, the oven
will switch on and will operate for the
programmed cooking time. The clock
display will show the remaining cooking
time.
10 Once the set time is reached, the oven will
turn off, an alarm will sound and the
and
symbols will flash.
11 Press on any sensor on the control panel
to stop the alarm.
If you wish to change the cooking stop time
while cooking is in progress, press on the
clock sensor
until the
symbol flashes.
You can then change the cooking stop time by
pressing on the
or
sensors. The two
beeps you hear after that will confirm the new
time has been set.
Child Safety Function
Programming Cooking Time and Cooking
Stop Time
11 Press on the clock sensor
will light up.
. The symbol
12 Select the cooking time by pressing the
or
sensors.
This function locks the oven, preventing small
children from playing with it. To turn on the
function, press on the
symbol until you hear
a long beep and see several flashing dots
between the digits of the temperature display
. The oven is now locked.
13 Two consecutive beeps will then sound,
and the display will show the remaining
cooking time. The
symbol will flash
slowly.
To turn off the child lock, keep the
pressed until a long beep sounds.
14 Press on the clock sensor
several
times until the symbol
lights up.
In the event of power failure, your electronic
clock timer settings will be erased and 12:00
will flash on the clock display. Reset the clock
and programme again.
15 Select the cooking stop time by pressing
the
or
sensors.
16
symbol
Caution
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PROGRAMMING AND OPERATING THE PYROLYTIC FUNCTION
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4
5
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1 IMPORTANT: Remove all accessories
(shelves, grids, side supports to hold up the
shelves, telescopic guide rails) from inside
the oven and close the oven door.
2 Touch the On / Off sensor (10).
3 Touch sensor (12).
4 You will see P2 (pyrolytic programme 2)
flashing on the display (4) and the
and
sensors will light up.
5 You can now change the pyrolytic programme
to P1, P2 or P3 by pressing the
or
sensors:
P1: Minimum programme. Duration 1 hour
P2: Standard programme. Duration 1 hour
and 30 minutes
6 Once the pyrolytic programme is selected,
touch sensor (12). You will hear a double
beep confirming that the programme is set.
7 After a short time, you will see the time
remaining for the selected programme on
the display (4) to end. You will see the current time on the timer display (5). The oven
will start to heat up.
8 After a brief time, the door lock indicator
light (3) will turn on and you will not be able
to open the oven door.
IMPORTANT: At this point, the oven is
programmed and the pyrolytic cleaning cycle is
underway. During the cycle, none of the timer
functions can be selected, except the child
lock. Do not try to open the oven door as it
may interrupt the cleaning process.
P3: Maximum programme. Duration 2 hours
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Follow the instructions below to carry out a
pyrolytic cleaning cycle:
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9 When the pyrolytic cleaning cycle has finished, you will hear an alarm.
10 Touch any of the oven’s sensors to stop
the alarm.
11 The oven’s heating process has finished.
However, the oven is extremely hot and
cannot be used. The cooling motor will
operate and the indicator light (3) remain
on until the oven cools down.
IMPORTANT
The cooling process may last up to 2 hours
owing to the high temperatures inside the
oven.
13 Open the oven door and wipe the inside
with a damp cloth, cleaning up the ash
from the cleaning cycle. Areas in the oven
that are difficult to access will need to be
cleaned with a non-metallic fibre scourer.
14 Once the oven is clean, do not forget to
replace the supports and accessories.
15 The oven is now ready to be used again.
IMPORTANT: If any incidents are detected in
the programming and operation of this
function, consult the section “Incidents
while Operating the Pyrolytic Function”.
12 Once the oven has cooled down, indicator
light (3) will automatically turn off.
CANCELLING THE PYROLYTIC CLEANING CYCLE
To cancel the pyrolytic cleaning cycle,
remember:
a) The oven is cold:
– Switch off the oven by touching sensor
(10).
– You will see the time remaining until the
door unlocks on the display (4).
– When this time gets to 0:00 and indicator
light (3) turns off, you will be able to open
the oven door.
b) The oven is hot:
– Switch off the oven by touching sensor
(10). The time 0:00 will be shown on the
central display (4).
– The oven’s cooling motor will continue to
operate and the door lock indicator light
(3) will be lit up.
– When the electronics detect that the
oven is cold, you will see the time
remaining until the door unlocks on the
display (4).
– When this time gets to 0:00 and indicator
light (3) turns off, you will be able to open
the oven door.
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INCIDENTS WHEN OPERATING THE PYROLYTIC FUNCTION
1
2
3
4
5
6 7 8 9
12 11 10
CAUSE
SOLUCIÓN
My accessories and shelf
supports are damaged.
You have not removed the
accessories and supports
during the pyrolytic cleaning
cycle.
You must replace them and
remove them in later
cleaning cycles.
The enamel colour has
changed or stains have
appeared.
The chemical composition
of some foodstuffs may
cause changes in the
enamel.
This is normal and does not
damage the properties of
the enamel.
A flashing symbol
appears on the temperature
display (2) and an alarm
sounds.
The oven is programmed
to carry out a pyrolytic
cleaning cycle but the door
is open.
Close the door to enable the
function to be carried out.
I have programmed the
pyrolytic function, the oven is
working properly but
indicator light (3) is not lit
up.
Indicator light (3) does not
work properly.
Call the Technical Assistance
Service.
The pyrolytic programme has
finished but the oven door is
locked.
The oven has not cooled
down to the safe
temperature.
Wait until the oven cools
down and indicator light (3)
turns off.
A flashing symbol E:1 appears on the temperature display (2) and an alarm
sounds. The oven has
stopped heating up.
The oven door has not been
locked. The door is not
closed properly and cannot
be locked.
Touch any sensor to stop the
alarm. Check the door and
make sure that it is closed
properly.
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INCIDENT
CAUSE
SOLUTION
A flashing symbol E:1
appears on the temperature
display (2) and an alarm
sounds. The oven has
stopped heating up.
The oven door has not been
locked. The door lock has
not worked.
Touch any sensor to stop
the alarm. Call the Technical
Assistance Service.
A flashing symbol E:1
appears on the temperature
display (2) and an alarm
sounds. The oven has
stopped heating up.
The door is locked but the
door lock indicator light (3)
does not light up.
Touch sensors
and (12)
at the same time and the
door should unlock. Call the
Technical Assistance
Service.
A flashing symbol E:2
appears on the temperature
display (2) and an alarm
sounds.
You have opened the door
before it has been locked.
Touch any sensor to stop
the alarm. You will see the
time left before the oven
can be used again on the
display (4). When the display
shows 0:00, close
the door before
programming the pyrolytic
function again.
A flashing symbol E:3
appears on the temperature
display (2) and an alarm
sounds.
You have opened the door
during the pyrolytic function.
The door lock has not
worked.
Call the Technical Assistance
Service - your oven is
operating in potentially
dangerous conditions.
The door should be locked
with the pyrolytic function.
A flashing symbol E:4
appears on the temperature
display (2) and an alarm
sounds. You will see that the
door lock indicator light (3)
is on.
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INCIDENT
CAUSE
SOLUTION
A flashing symbol E:5
appears on the temperature
display (2).
The oven’s clock is set but
the oven door is locked.
You will see the time left
before the oven can be used
again on the display (4).
When the display shows
0:00, indicator light (3) will
turn off and you will be able
to open the oven door and
use the oven as normal.
I have followed the above
instructions but the door
is still locked and
the oven is cold.
No specific cause
Press sensors
and (12) at
the same time and the door
should unlock.
The door is locked, indicator
light (3) is on and 0:00 is
shown on the central display.
During the cancellation
process, you have not waited
for the time to finish and
have opened the door too
early.
Touch the OFF sensor and
you will see the remaining
time on the display (4).
IMPORTANT
Should the oven door be still locked even though you have followed all these instructions, please
contact the Technical Assistance Service.
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IMPORTANT
If the temperature inside
the oven is very high
(above 250 ºC), you will see
that E4 flashes but the time
does not start to count
down. You should wait
until the oven cools down,
when the countdown will
begin.
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Changing the oven light bulb
Caution
• Change the bulb.
Make sure the oven is unplugged before
changing the bulb.
• Reassemble the glass cover and ensure that
everything fits in the correct position.
• Detach the chrome supports by loosening
the screw (E).
E
The replacement bulb must be resistant to
temperatures up to 300 oC. You can order one
from Technical Service.
• Release the bulb-holder glass cover with a
tool.
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Shelf positions
You should use the shelf position(s) that you
find are best suited to your personal cooking
preferences.
Insert the oven shelf and deep tray between
the 2 side rails at any position (1 to 7) on both
sides. The oven shelf has safety stops to
prevent accidental withdraw. After engaging
the oven shelf into the side rails, as you push
the oven shelf into the oven, lift the front of
the shelf slightly to bypass the stops and
allow the oven shelf to slide fully into the rails.
Your oven will come supplied with the following
oven furniture:
(A) Oven shelf
To remove the oven shelf, gently pull the oven
shelf outwards. When the shelf stops, lift the
front slightly to bypass the safety stops and
then completely withdraw the oven shelf from
the oven.
When installed correctly, the shelf and tray
should be horizontal and not on an angle.
(B) Enamelled deep tray
ENGLISH
The numbers 1 – 7, indicate the different shelf
positions that you can utilise within the oven.
(Image for reference only – actual product
may differ slightly)
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Figure
Fig 1
Fig 2
A
B
Fig 4
Fig 3
Fig 5
Fig 6
C
Fig 7
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Fig 8
Fig 9
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Fig 11
490
160
A
320
Fig 10
Fig 12
Fig 14
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Think Appliances Pty Ltd.
416-424 Barry Rd
Coolaroo VIC 3048
Sales Telephone
1300 132 824
Service Telephone
1800 444 357
Website
www.thinkappliances.com
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Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading, Berkshire
RG2 0QX
United Kingdom
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(0118) 933 6900
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www.baumatic.co.uk
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