instruction manual for 76 series built-in oven 760spytc

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FOR 76 SERIES BUILT-IN
OVEN 760SPYTC
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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PRODUCT FEATURES
About Your Oven
Cooling Fan
Rack Positions
Baking Elements
Grilling Element
Convection Element
About Convection Ovens
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3
3
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4
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INSTALLATION OF THE OVEN
Electricals
Respect for the environment
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
Wiring Requirements
Connecting The Oven To The Mains
GETTING STARTED
Instructions for initial switch-on
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USER SETTINGS
Language
Temperature & Weight
Time
Date
Brightness
Volume
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SYSTEM SETTING
Event Log
Demo
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STARTING YOUR OVEN
Switching the oven on and off
Selecting the cooking mode
Changing the cooking mode
Changing temperature
Pre-heating phase
Eco
Fast Preheat
Using Oven Lights
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TIME OVEN MODE OPERATION
Cook Time
Stop Time
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SETTING THE MEAT PROBE
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
The first time you use the oven
Oven Racks
Oven Extendable Racks
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CONTROL PANEL
Keypad
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GENERAL OVEN INFORMATION
Error codes
Beeps
Door Lock
Power Failure
Default Settings
F Failure Number Codes
Preheat and Fast Preheat
Timer
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GENERAL OVEN TIPS
Preheating the Oven
Operational Suggestions
Utensils
Oven Condensation and Temperature
High Altitude Baking
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UNDERSTANDING THE VARIOUS
OVEN MODES
Roast Tips and Techniques
True Convection Tips and
Techniques
Convection Roast Tips and
Techniques
Convection Broil Tips and
Techniques
Broil Tips and Techniques
Dehydrate Tips and Techniques
RECIPES
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CLASSIC PIZZA
Tips For A Good Pizza:
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SABBATH MODE INSTRUCTIONS
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OVEN CARE AND CLEANING
Self-Cleaning the Oven
Preparing the Oven for Self-Clean
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SETTING THE SELF CLEANING MODE
To Set the Self-Clean Mode
To Change the Cleaning Time
To Delay the Start of Cleaning
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DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
Automatic door locking during
pyrolytic cycle
Do-it-Yourself Maintenance Oven
Door Removal
Replacing an Oven Light
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SOLVING BAKING PROBLEMS
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SOLVING OPERATIONAL
PROBLEMS
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ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE
Service Data Record
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IMPORTANT
The oven’s data plate is accessible
even with the oven fully installed. The
plate is visible simply by opening the
door. Always quote the details from it
to identify the appliance when ordering
spare parts.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
- Do not disassemble any parts prior to having disconnected the oven from the
mains.
- Do not use the appliance if any part is broken (for example a glass). Disconnect it
from the mains and call service.
- Before using the oven, it is recommended to make it operate at noload at the maximum
temperature for an hour to eliminate the insulating material odour.
- In all models, leave the door closed when the grill is used.
- The cooling fan may remain in operation so long as the oven is hot, even after it has
been switched off.
- During the use the appliance becomes very hot; don’t touch the heating elements
inside the oven.
- During the oven operation, the front is heated as well; consequently keep children
clear of the oven, especially during self-cleaning.
- Parents and adults should pay particular attention when using the product in presence
of children.
- Children should be overseen so as to ensure that they don’t play with the equipment.
- Keep children under age 8 away, unless constantly supervised.
- This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children over age 8) 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 responsable for their safety.
- Children may not perform cleaning and maintenance unsupervised.
- In order to avoid damage to the oven enamel coat, do not cover the oven muffle sole
with any item (e.g. aluminum foil, pans and the likes).
- Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door
glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
- Abrasive detergents and steam cleaning equipment should not be used for cleaning.
- Before performing self-cleaning, take out all accessories (grills, dishes, pans, meat
probe) to avoid damaging them, remove large cooking residues and then close the
door, ensuring that it is closed properly.
- The oven is cool and power to the oven has been turned off before removing the door.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or burns.
- The appliance must not be installedbehind a decorative door in order to avoid
overheating.
- WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid
the possibility of electric shock.
- Use only the meat probe supplied with the appliance.
ATTENTION
If the oven is installed in an ambient temperature below 37 °F
(3 °C), F*0117 may appear; when a higher ambient temperature
is reached, the error will no longer appear.
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PRODUCT FEATURES
Cooling Vents
Broil Element
Control panel
Door
gasket
Meat probe
(if present)
Halogen
Light
Halogen
Light
Level rack of cavity
Embossed
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5
4
Model and
Serial # Plate
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2
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Bottom Element
(not visible)
Convection Fan and
Element (not visible)
About Your Oven
Above you will find an illustration of an oven showing the components of the oven.
Cooling Fan
The oven has a cooling fan to cool the control panel. You may hear this fan continue to
run after cooking and/or cleaning has been completed. The fan will run as long as the
oven is hot and the oven’s function selector is turned to any position other than “Off’.
This is normal operation.
Rack Positions
The oven has rack guides at six levels as shown in the illustration. Each level guide
consists of paired supports formed in the sidewalls on each side of the oven cavity. The
rack should be positioned within the paired supports. Always be sure to position the
oven racks, etc. before turning the oven on. Make sure that the rack(s) are level once
they are in position.
Pan Stop
Oven Rack Back
Extendable Rack
(if present)
Bottom Frame
Stop
Slide Arm
Oven Rack Front
Handle
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Baking Elements
The oven uses two elements for baking: one located at the top of the oven and the
second located below the floor of the oven cavity to provide ease in cleaning the oven
cavity.
Grilling Element
The grilling element of the oven is located at the top of the oven cavity. Do not touch the
heating element or let oven gloves touch the grilling element. Never use a towel or bulky
cloth for an oven glove; they could catch on fire.
Convection Element
The convection elements (not visible) and fans are located at the back of the oven cavity.
This element and fan combination performs the cooking.
About Convection Ovens
In a conventional oven, the heat sources cycle on and off to maintain an average
temperature in the oven cavity. As the temperature gradually rises and falls, gentle air
currents are produced within the oven. This natural convection tends to be inefficient
because the currents are irregular and slow. In this convection system, the heat is
“conveyed’ by a fan that provides continuous circulation of the hot air. This European
Convection system provides state-of-the-art engineering and advanced design to
create the finest convection oven. In standard convection ovens, a fan simply circutates
the hot air around the food. The system is characterized by the combination of an
additional heating element located around the convection fan and the venting panel that
distributes heated air in three dimensions: along the sides, the top and the full depth
of the oven cavity. This European Convection system aids in maintaining a more even
oven temperature throughout the oven cavity. The circulating air aids in speeding up the
baking process and cooks the food more evenly. By controlling the movement of heated
air, convection cooking produces evenly browned foods that are crispy on the outside
yet moist inside. Convection cooking works best for breads and pastries as well as
meats and poultry. Air-leavened foods like angel food cakes, soufflés and cream puffs
rise higher than in a conventional oven. Meats stay juicy and tender while the outside
is flavorful and crisp. By using European Convection, foods can be cooked at a lower
temperature and cooking times can be shorter. When using this mode, the standard
oven temperature should be lowered by 25°F (15°C). Foods requiring less cooking time
should be checked slightly earlier than normal. For best results, foods should be cooked
uncovered, in low-sided pans to take advantage of the forced air circulation. When
using the Convection Roast mode, the standard oven temperature does not need to be
reduced.
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INSTALLATION OF THE OVEN
To install the oven into the kitchen a cutout should be made in accordance with the
dimensions shown in the Cutout & Dimensions figure.
The apparatus is to be fastened to the top by means of the two screws provided in the
kit through the holes made on the oven uprights.
The cabinet in which the apparatus is installed shall be open on the back side to ensure
a sufficient air circulation and prevent overheating.
WARNING
As the apparatus is to be fitted in your kitchen furniture, make
sure that all surfaces in contact with the oven can resist a
temperature of approx 90°C.
Electricals
- Absorbed power:
oven top element:............................................. 3500+1000W 230V - 3500+1000W 240V
oven bottom element: ...................................... 3000W 230V - 3000W 240V
round element (hot air): .................................... 2x1300W 240V or 1x2500W 240V
(depending on model)
lamp: ................................................................ 3x25W
hot air fan motor:............................................... 2x44W or 1x44W (depending on model)
cooling fan motor:............................................. 44W
- Maximum absorbed power: (see data plate).
- Supply voltage: (see data plate).
NOTE
This appliance is in compliance with following European directives:
2006/95/CE (LVD), 2004/108/CE (EMC), 2011/65/CE (RoHS),
2012/19/UE (WEEE), 2002/40/CE.
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Respect for the environment
The documentation for this appliance is printed on paper bleached without
chlorine or recycled paper to contribute to protecting the environment.
The packaging was designed to prevent damage to the environment; they
are ecological products that can be recovered or recycled.
Recycling the packing saves raw materials and reduces the volume of
industrial and domestic waste.
THE PACKING MATERIAL is 100% recyclable and marked with the recycling symbol.
Dispose of in conformity with local law. The packing material (plastic bags, polystyrene
parts, etc.) must be kept out of the reach of children because it is potentially dangerous.
THIS APPLIANCE is marked in conformity with European Directive 2012/96/UE, Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By making sure that this product is disposed
of correctly, the user contributes to preventing potential negative consequences for the
environment and health.
THE SYMBOL on the product or accompanying documentation indicates
that this product must not be treated as domestic waste but must be
delivered to a suitable collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
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Cutout & Dimensions
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H
Dimensions are in centimeters
Appliances
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Single oven
72,2
59,0
69,2
70,7
Min
1,3
75,4
69,2
86,5
Min
1,9
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ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
The manufacturer can not be held responsible for any damages to persons or objects
caused by failure to observe these instructions.
Before installing the oven have a qualified electrician verify that your home is provided
with adequate electrical service and that the addition of the oven will not overload the
circuit on which it is to be installed A separate three-wire single phase 240V or 220240V 50/60 Hz circuit is required 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
!!WARNING!!
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
• The electrical power to the oven circuit must be shut off while
line connections are being made
• Do not use an extension cord with this appliance
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance
The free end of the yellow/green wire (the ground wire) must be
connected to a suitable ground This wire must remain grounded
to the oven
• A qualified electrician must install the appliance
• The oven must be earthed in accordance with the current
Australian Standard
NOTE FOR AUSTRALIA: This appliance must be correctly
installed and serviced by a suitably qualified person, strictly in
accordance with AS/NZS 3000 wiring rules.
• The oven must be connected to the mains through a multipole
circuit breaker with a contact-to-contact gap of a least 3 mm
marking sure that the earth wire is not disconnected.
• Such a device must be fitted to the power supply in compliance
with the regulations governing electrical installations.
• The socket or switch must be easily reachable with the oven
fully installed.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious injury
or death
Wiring Requirements
Before making connections make sure the power is off and read and observe the
following:
• A separate three-wire single phase 240V or 220-240V 50/60 Hz circuit is required for
the oven
• The oven must be connected with COPPER WIRE ONLY.
• NOTE FOR AUSTRALIA: the oven must be installed to conform with the current
Australian Standard.
• Wire size (COPPER WIRE ONLY) and connections must be suitable for the rating of
the appliance per the current Australian Standard.
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Connecting The Oven To The Mains
For connecting use a flexible rubber cable of the H05SS-F type (3x2 5 mm2 min)
remembering to make it long enough to allow the oven to be removed from its housing
unit when maintenance work is required To connect the cable to the oven proceed as
follows (see figure):
1
2
3
Remove the two upper oven covers (1) by unfastening the relative self-tapping
screws (2). Unfasten the nut (3) for the cable holder and feed the cable through the
hole leaving enough cable slack to to avoid stretching.
Remove about 12 cm of outside insulation from the cable and shorten the two active
wires (live and neutral) to 6cm. Leave the length of the earth wire as it is. Remove
about 1cm of insulation from each of the three wires and then connect each wire to
the terminal block. Ensure that each wire is connected appropriately (L is for the
Live wire, N is for the Neutral wire and the earth wire is indicated with the traditional
dashed triangle).
Tighten the two cable holder screws so as to ensure that the mains cable is held
firmly in place.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
The first time you use the oven
Clean the oven thoroughly with soapy water and rinse well.
Operate the oven for about 30 minutes at maximum temperature to burn off all traces of
grease which might otherwise create unpleasant smells when cooking.
WARNING
Never use aluminum foil to cover the oven racks or to line the
oven. It can cause damage to the oven liner if heat is trapped
under the foil.
WARNING
Make sure you do not force it to avoid damage to the enamel.
Oven Racks
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•
•
•
The oven has rack guides at six levels as shown in the illustration on Page 3.
Rack positions are numbered from the bottom rack guide (#1) to the top (#6).
Check cooking charts for best rack positions to use when cooking.
Each level guide consists of paired supports formed in the walls on each side of the
oven cavity.
• Always be sure to position the oven racks before turning on the oven. Make sure that
the racks are level once they are in position.
Please refer to illustration on Page 3 if there is any question as to which side is the
front of the rack.
• The racks are designed to stop when pulled forward to their limit.
CAUTTON
Never use aluminum foil to cover the oven racks or to line the
oven. It can cause damage to the oven liner if heat is trapped
under the foil.
Make sure you do not force it to avoid damage
to the ename.
To remove oven rack from the oven:
1. Pull rack forward
2. Lift rack up at front and then remove it
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To replace an oven rack:
1. Place rear of rack between rack level guides
2. While lifting front of rack, slide rack in all the
way while towering the front
Oven Extendable Racks
• The extendable rack allows for easier access to cooking foods. It extends beyond the
standard flat rack bringing he food closer to the user.
CAUTION
When the rack is outside of the oven, slide arms do not lock. They
could unexpectedly extend if the rack is carried incorrectly.
Extending slide arms could cause injury. Rack should only be
held or carried by grasping the sides.
NOTE: Always remove the extendable rack before self-cleaning
the oven.
To avoid burns, pull rack all the way out and lift pan above handle
when transferring food to and from oven
To remove extendable rack from the oven:
1. Lift of rack slightly and push it until the stop
release
2. Raise back of rack until frame and stop clear
rack guide
3. Pull rack down and out
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To replace an extendable rack:
1. Grasp rack firmly on both sides. Place rack
(including frame) above desired rack guide
2. Push all the way in until the back of the rack
drops into place
3. Pull both sections forward until slops activales.
Rack should be straight and flat, not crooked
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CONTROL PANEL
Your appliance could vary slightly compared to the illustrations below.
A - Keypad
B - Display screen
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B
A
Keypad
To operate the key, press gently. The keypad will not work if more than one key is
pressed at the same time.
- Movement arrows
- To set the timer.
- Enter the functions menu during cooking.
- Switches the inner oven light on and off. The light cannot
be switched on during the self-cleaning cycle.
- Switches the oven on and off.
- Confirms the settings and starts cooking operations.
When pressed during a cooking operation, the function
is placed in pause. Press again to restart.
- Return to previous display page. Keep pressed to return
to Home page
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GENERAL OVEN INFORMATION
Before using your oven for the first time remove all packing and foreign materials from
the oven(s). Any material of this sort left inside may melt or burn when the appliance is
used.
Error codes
This code appears in the event of the electronic control indicating a fault. When the
error appears, the current function is blocked. If the type of error is related to a safety
function, the oven becomes unusable and every time a start attempt is made, the same
error appears (in which case call in the after-sales service), while if the error relates to
a minor fault, after being restarted the oven can be used for the functions that do not
involve the faulty part (e.g., a heating element).
Beeps
Confirms that the command has been received after a key has been pressed.
It also indicates that a time function has been completed (e.g. Timer or Timed Cooking).
During the execution of a recipe, an acoustic signal warns the user that the oven is
waiting for operation by the user (e.g., insert the dish or turn it over).
Beeps also signal an oven fault.
Door Lock
It’s displayed steadily when the door is locked. The symbol flashes when the latch is
moving in order to lock or unlock the door. Do not attempt to open the door at this time.
Door can be opened when the symbol no longer appears. A padlock appears when the
door has been locked automatically due to self-clean mode.
Power Failure
After the power returns to the oven, the door lock mechanism perform a test run then
the clock time and date are displayed .
Default Settings
The cooking modes automatically select a suitable temperature when the cooking mode
is selected, these can be changed when a different one is needed.
F Failure Number Codes
These codes are displayed when the electronic control detects a problem in the oven
or in the electronics.
The error code is recorded in the Error Log in the Setup menu. This error can be
communicated to the service technician so he/she can understand the possible cause
of the problem in advance.
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Preheat and Fast Preheat
Whenever a cooking mode is set and the oven is heating, the preheating starts, during
this period, the instantaneous temperature is displayed together with the thermometer
icon.
As soon as the 100% is reached, the control sounds an “end of preheat” tone and the
current temperature value disappears.
When it’s necessary to heat up the oven rapidly, a Fast Preheat mode is available: it
uses the heating elements and the convection fan in a special way, in order to reduce
the heating time as long as possible.
After having set one of the cooking functions for which the fast preheat is available and
set the desired temperature value touch the
key, after entering the functions menu,
select the icon
by means of the keys
and confirm by means of the key
.
As soon as the set-point temperature is reached, the control sounds a and both “Fast
Preheat Icon” and “current temperature” disappear. The oven switches automatically to
the desired cooking mode that was previously set: put the food inside now.
Timer
WARNING
The timer on your oven does not turn the appliance on or
off, its only purpose is to alert you through the buzzer. When
you want to turn off the oven automatically, use the end-ofcooking or delayed cooking function.
NOTE
Pressing the OFF button does not reset or stop the timer.
1. Press the button
and set the desired time using the arrows
and confirm with
the button
. To switch the selection between hours and minutes use the arrows
.
2. The time can be set from 1 minute to 12 hours and 59 minutes and, when set, the
remaining time is always visible in the bottom status bar until the time expires or is
reset.
3. To change or cancel the time set, you must reset the timer by pressing and holding the
button
for a few seconds.
4. Timer format is usually HR:MIN, switching into MIN:SEC during the last minute.
5. When the time expires, the display shows 00:00 and the buzzer will sound for one
minute or until the button
is pressed.
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GENERAL OVEN TIPS
Preheating the Oven
- Preheat the oven when using the Bake, Convection Bake and Convection Roast
modes.
- Use Fast Preheat mode when a shorter time is desired to preheat the oven.
- Selecting a higher temperature does not shorten the preheat time.
- Preheating is necessary for good results when baking cakes, cookies, pastry and
breads.
- Preheating will help to sear roasts and seal in meat juices.
- Place oven racks in their proper position before preheating.
- During preheating, the selected cooking temperature is always displayed.
- A beep will confirm that the oven is preheated and the “detected temperature” will
turn off.
Operational Suggestions
- Do not set pans on the open oven door.
- Use the interior oven lights to view the food through the oven door window rather than
opening the door frequently.
Utensils
- Glass baking dishes absorb heat. Reduce oven temperature 25°F (15°C) when baking
in glass.
- Use pans that give the desired browning. The type of finish on the pan will help
determine the amount of browning that will occur.
- Shiny, smooth metal or light non-stick / anodized pans reflect heat, resulting in lighter,
more delicate browning. Cakes and cookies require this type of utensil.
- Dark, rough or dull pans will absorb heat resulting in a browner, crisper crust. Use this
type for pies.
- For brown, crisp crusts, use dark non-stick / anodized or dark, dull metal utensils or
glass bake ware. Insulated baking pans may increase the length of cooking time.
- Do not cook with the empty broiler pan in the oven, as this could change cooking
performance.
- Store the broil pan outside of the oven.
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Oven Condensation and Temperature
- It is normal for a certain amount of moisture to evaporate from the food during any
cooking process. The amount depends on the moisture content of the food. The
moisture may condense on any surface cooler than the inside of the oven, such as the
control panel.
- Your new oven has an electronic temperature sensor that allows maintaining an
accurate temperature. Your previous oven may have had a mechanical thermostat that
drifted gradually over time to a higher temperature. It is normal that you may need to
adjust your favorite recipes when cooking in a new oven.
High Altitude Baking
- When cooking at high altitude, recipes and cooking time will vary from the standard.
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GETTING STARTED
Instructions for initial switch-on
Once the oven has been connected to the power supply for the first time, the control
automatically prepares for setting a number of user settings, which remain stored in
case of any subsequent switch-on.
NOTE
Both at the first and subsequent connections to the power supply,
the door lock mechanism performs a calibration run – in this
phase, always keep the door closed.
-
Language
Temperature
Time
Date
Refer to the USER SETTING paragraph for setting instructions.
After making the user settings, the control moves automatically to the “Standby” display
page.
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USER SETTINGS
With the oven on, select the icon
and confirm with the key
to enter the SETTINGS
menu. This menu permits personalizing the settings of your oven. To make access, no
active cooking or any set time functions must be in progress.
NOTE
The Setting menù can never be set if any time function is already
set: first delete all the active time functions.
1. Press the keys
to select the sub menu and confirm by means of the
key.
2. Use this menu to change the following settings:
Press the keys
or
to select the setting or change a sub menu from among
the six available ones and confirm by means of the
key.
SETUP
yk abc
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LANGUAGE
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Language
Press the arrow key
with the
key.
to select a language from among those available, and confirm
Temperature & Weight
Press the arrow key
or
to select one of the two temperature options “°C/°F”
or weight options Kg/ib and confirm with the
key.
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lb
°C
Kg
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Time
Press the arrow key
to select the time format between the options “12h AM/PM
or 24h” and confirm with the
key. Subsequently, set the time using the arrows
and confirm with the
key.
Date
Press the arrow key
to select the date format from among the options “D.M.Y.
– Y.M.D. – M.D.Y.” and confirm with the
key. Subsequently set the value using the
arrows
and confirm with the
key.
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Brightness
Press the arrow key
to choose which luminosity setting to change between ON or
STANDBY, then by means of the arrows
select the required degree of luminosity
and confirm with the
key.
Volume
Press the arrow key
the key
.
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to select the required degree of luminosity and confirm with
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SYSTEM SETTING
With the oven on, select the icon
and confirm with the key
to enter the SETTINGS
menu. This menu permits setting a number of parameters or special functions. It also
permits accessing the error events list.
1. Press the keys
to select the sub menu and confirm with the
key.
2. Use this menu to change the following settings:
Press the keys
to select the item to be set or to be displayed from among the
three available ones and confirm with the
key.
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Event Log
The menu permits checking any recorded errors. These codes can be notified to the
after-sales service.
Demo
The purpose of this function is to set the DEMO mode, which makes the oven useless
for cooking but automatically performs a demonstration of functions.
1. Press the keys
to select the item ON.
2. Confirm with the
key.
3. Press the
key.
After about 30 seconds, the oven starts to operate in this mode.
To temporarily stop the DEMO function, simply keep any key pressed for a few seconds
until the oven switches to standby. To start it again, press the
key.
To disable the function, enter the DEMO display page and set OFF. Confirm using the
key.
NOTE
Once set, the function remains enabled even if the oven is
disconnected from the power mains.
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STARTING YOUR OVEN
Switching the oven on and off
IMPORTANT
- The
key does not stop the function.
- After switching off the oven, the cooling fan could continue
to operate until the inner parts of the oven have cooled
down.
Press
to switch the oven on and press again to switch it off. The oven returns to
standby mode.
Selecting the cooking mode
IMPORTANT
- Do not leave the door open for a long time during cooking.
- The door must be kept closed during the BROIL functions.
- Position the grill or grills on an appropriate level.
Functions
BAKE
ROAST
PIZZA
CLASSIC
PIZZA
On some
models
TRUE
CONVEC.
CONVEC.
ROAST
DEFROST DEHYDRATE
CONVEC.
BAKE
ECO
BROIL
CONVEC.
GRILL
WARM
WARM
PLUS
SABBATH
SELF
CLEAN
CONVEC.
BROIL
On some
models
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1. Select the icon
and press the key
Select the appropriate cooking mode
according to the food to be cooked using the arrows
and confirm with the key
.
2. On this display page, it is still possible to change the cooking mode by using the
keys.
3. If the proposed temperature is correct, confirm with the
key to start cooking,
otherwise, if the
key is not pressed within 10 seconds, the oven switches to
automatic mode and the cooking mode icon becomes animated.
Changing the cooking mode
1. During untimed cooking, a cooking pause can be set by pressing the
key. All the
settings of the suspended cooking operation remain stored and can be reactivated by
pressing the same key again.
2. To change the cooking mode while the oven is working, press the
key and then
, key. At this point, another cooking mode can be selected from among those
the
available in the group by means of the arrows
.
Changing temperature
IMPORTANT
- The BROIL function operates at levels. No temperature can
be set because this works at fixed cycles according to the
set level from L1 to L5.
- The maximum temperature of the BROIL function is limited
according to the set level.
- In all the cooking modes where the temperature is fixed, this
is not shown on the screen.
- At the end of a function, the display screen shows the
residual compartment heat temperature from the standby
page.
1. From the cooking mode preview display page, the temperature can be changed by means
subsequently confirming by means of the
key.
of the arrows
2. Once cooking has started, the temperature can in any case be changed, at any time,
by means of the arrows
.
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COOKING MODE
DEFROST
DEHYDRATE
WARM
WARM PLUS
BAKE
ROAST
ECO
TRUE CONVECTION
PIZZA
CONVECTION ROAST
CONVECTION GRILL
CONVECTION BAKE
CONVECTION BROIL
BROIL L1
BROIL L2
BROIL L3
BROIL L4
BROIL L5
CLASSIC PIZZA
(if present)
SABBATH
(if present)
SELF CLEAN
ICON
FAST
MEAT
PREHEAT PROBE
TEMPERATURE
Min.
Preset Max.
***
***
***
120°F
(50°C)
80°F
(30°C)
130°F
(55°C)
170°F
(75°C)
170°F
(75°C)
170°F
(75°C)
170°F
(75°C)
170°F
(75°C)
170°F
(75°C)
170°F
(75°C)
170°F
(75°C)
170°F
(75°C)
140°F
(60°C)
100°F
(40°C)
170°F
(75°C)
350°F
(175°C)
350°F
(175°C)
325°F
(165°C)
325°F
(165°C)
325°F
(165°C)
325°F
(165°C)
325°F
(165°C)
450°F
(230°C)
450°F
(230°C)
375°F
(190°C)
400°F
(205°C)
430°F
(220°C)
450°F
(235°C)
480°F
(250°C)
650°F
(345°C)
140°F
(60°C)
860°F
(460°C)
160°F
(70°C)
120°F
(50°C)
210°F
(100°C)
480°F
(250°C)
480°F
(250°C)
480°F
(250°C)
480°F
(250°C)
480°F
(250°C)
480°F
(250°C)
480°F
(250°C)
480°F
(250°C)
480°F
(250°C)
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Pre-heating phase
While the oven is in pre-heating phase, the instantaneous temperature is displayed
underneath the cooking mode icon.
Just as soon as the set temperature is reached, an acoustic signal is heard and the
instantaneous temperature indication disappears.
Eco
This mode is intended to save energy.
Ideal for frozen or precooked food, and small portions-meals. The preheat time is very
short and cooking tends
to be slower. It is not recommended for heavy loads e.g. large portions or big meal
preparation.
Fast Preheat
The FAST PREHEAT function permits reaching the desired temperature quicker
compared to standard preheating. The function can be enabled for all the cooking
modes in the BAKE (except the Sabbath and ECO), CONVECT and PIZZA groups.
To select FAST PREHEAT:
1. Select the cooking mode as previously indicated and press the
key to display the
cooking mode preview display page.
2. Press the
key.
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Select the icon
by means of the arrows and confirm with the key
appears in the lower part of the screen.
. The symbol
TRUE CONVECTION
325°F
+
-
11:00 am
3. Press the
key again to run the function.
The display page shows the icon of the active functions until the set temperature has
been reached. Afterwards, the function switches to automatic in the selected cooking
mode.
Using Oven Lights
A single light key activates the lights.
Touch
to turn lights on or off .
Oven lights turn on automatically when the door is opened.
When an oven is in use, oven lights turn on automatically when a mode is started.
Oven lights will turn off automatically when the oven mode is cancelled.
NOTE:
The lights do not operate in the Self-Clean mode.
NOTE:
Once switched on, the lights go off automatically after 3 minutes.
To switch them back on, press the key or open the door.
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TIME OVEN MODE OPERATION
- Be sure that the time-of-day clock is displaying the correct time.
- The timed mode turns off the oven at the end of the cook time.
CAUTION
Never leave food in the oven for more than one hour before
and after cooking. This could deteriorate the properties of the
food itself.
NOTE
The time functions cannot be used if the meat probe is on.
The maximum cooking time that can be set is 12 h.
Cook Time
Use the “Cook Time” function to operate the oven for a determinate period of time. The
oven starts immediately and switches off automatically once the time has expired.
To Set a Timed Mode
1. Select the cooking mode and temperature.
2. There are two ways to set the function.
a) Select
to set the duration and press
.
b) Select
to set the stop time and press
.
3. After selecting one of the two above options, set the time by means of the arrows
and confirm with the
key.
4. After pressing the
key, cooking starts and the time cooking information is shown
on the display page.
- Cooking mode
- Temperature
- Cooking time
- End of cooking time
5 After cooking, the oven switches off and an acoustic signal warns that cooking has
terminated.
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To change the cooking time when the oven is already operating, simply press the
key and enter the new cooking time before pressing the
key again.
e
Stop Time
Use the “Stop Time” function to delay the start of timed cooking. Enter the cooking stop
time and the oven will automatically calculate the start time. The oven switches on and
off automatically.
To Delay the Start of a Timed Mode
1 First of all set the required timed cooking as indicated in the “COOK TIME” paragraph.
key to set the stop time.
2 Press the
3 Set the cooking stop time by means the arrows
and confirm by means of the
key.
4 After pressing the
key, the function positions in standby and the postponed
cooking details are shown on the screen.
- Cooking mode
- Temperature
- Cooking stop time
- Cooking start time
- After cooking, the oven switches off and an acoustic signal warns that cooking has
terminated.
To change the cooking time and stop time when the oven is already operating, simply
press the key
and enter the new cooking time or cooking stop time and press the
key
again.
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SETTING THE MEAT PROBE (if present)
When roasts, steaks or poultry are being cooked, this is the best way to tell when the
food is correctly cooked.
This oven is optionally provided with the meat probe feature to sense the temperature
inside meat and stop cooking as soon as the set value is reached.
When the probe is used, the oven automatically checks the cooking time.
NOTE :
the food probe is an accessory available only in some versions of
the product.
Tenderness, aroma and flavour are the result of precise, functional
control.
The food probe is a thermometer which, when inserted into the
food, makes it possible to check the internal temperature and use
it to establish the end of cooking.
For example, meat may look like it is cooked on the outside, but
still be pink on the inside!
The temperature reached by food during cooking is closely linked to problems relating
to health and hygiene. Bacteria can be contained in every kind of meat, poultry and fish,
as well as raw eggs.
Certain types of bacteria make food go off, while others, such as Salmonella,
Campylobacter jejuni, Listeria monocytogenes, Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus
aureus can be seriously harmful to human health. Bacteria multiply very quickly above
a temperature of 4.4° up to 60°C. Mince is particularly at risk from this point of view.
To prevent bacteria from multiplying, it is necessary to take the following measures:
Per evitare la moltiplicazione dei batteri è necessario:
- Do not defrost food at room temperature, always in the fridge or in the oven using the
specific function. In the latter case, cook the food immediately afterwards.
- Stuff chicken just before eating it. Never buy pre-packed ready-stuffed chicken and
only buy ready-cooked stuffed chicken when you intend to eat it within 2 hours.
- Marinate food in the fridge, not at room temperature.
- Use a food probe to check the temperature of meat, fish and poultry if they are more
than 5 cm thick, to ensure that the minimum cooking temperatures are reached.
- The greatest hazards are posed by poorly cooked chicken, particularly at risk from
Salmonella.
- Avoid interrupting the cooking process, i.e., partially cooking food, storing it and
completing the cooking process later. This sequence encourages the growth of
bacteria due to the “warm” temperatures reached inside the food.
- Roast meat and poultry in the oven at temperatures of at least 165°C.
NB: Use only the meat probe supplied with the appliance.
In any case, we recommend that you consult the following table taken from the National
Food Safety Database (USA).
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FOOD
Hamburger
Beef, veal, lamb, pork
Chicken, turkey
MINIMUM INTERNAL TEMPERATURE
Mince
71°C
74°C
74°C
Beef, veal, lamb
Roasts and steaks:
Rare
Medium-rare
Medium
Well done
Chops, roasts, ribs:
Medium
Well done
Fresh ham
Fresh sausages
Whole chicken or chicken pieces
Duck
Whole turkey (not stuffed)
Turkey breast
The cooking temperature for rare meat is
not indicated by the NFSD as it is unsafe
for health reasons
63°C
71°C
77°C
Pork
71°C
77°C
71°C
71°C
Poultry
82°C
82°C
82°C
77°C
WARNING
- To avoid burns, use a kitchen glove to fit and remove the
meat probe when the oven is hot.
- Always remove the probe using the grip. If it is removed by
pulling the cable, it could suffer damage.
- Make sure the food is completely de-frozen when the probe
is fitted. Otherwise it could suffer damage.
NOTE
- The meat probe is not enabled for all functions. If it is fitted during
one of these functions, a probe removal message appears on
the screen.
- If the meat probe is accidentally removed during operation, a
warning message appears on the screen.
- The temperature of the probe can be set between 104°F and
212°F (40°C - 100°C).
- The oven stores the last temperature set by the user.
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Insert the tip of the probe in the central and thickest part of the meat.
Make sure the probe is not in contact with the fat, bone, oven parts or dishes.
The meat probe is automatically recognised when it is inserted and the icon
appears
on the screen..
When a cooking mode is started with the probe inserted, the display page for setting the
function appears automatically.
1. Set the required probe temperature by means of the arrows
key.
and confirm with the
2. After pressing the
key, cooking starts and all probe cooking details appear on the
screen.
- Cooking mode
- Oven temperature
- Set probe temperature
- Instantaneous probe temperature
Once the set probe temperature is reached, the oven switches off and an acoustic signal
warns that cooking has terminated.
NOTE:
After cooking has started, the oven temperature can in any case
be changed at any time by means of the arrows
.
To change the probe temperature, press the
key again.
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key and finally, the
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UNDERSTANDING THE VARIOUS OVEN MODES
Roast Tips and Techniques
Roasting is cooking with heated air. Both upper and lower elements in the oven are used
to heat the air but no fan is used to circulate the heat.
Follow the recipe or convenience food directions for baking temperature, time and rack
position. Baking time will vary with the temperature of ingredients and the size, shape
and finish of the baking utensil.
General Guidelines
- For best results, bake food on a single rack with at least 1” - 1 ½” (2,5 - 3cm) space
between utensils and oven walls.
- Use one rack when selecting the bake mode.
- Check for doneness at the minimum time.
- Use metal bake ware (with or without a non stick finish), heatproof glass, glass-ceramic,
pottery or other utensils suitable for the oven.
- When using heatproof glass, reduce temperature by 25°F (15°C) from recommended
temperature.
- Use baking sheets with or without sides or jelly roll pans.
- Dark metal pans or nonstick coatings will cook faster with more browning. Insulated
bake ware will slightly lengthen the cooking time for most foods.
- Do not use aluminum foil or disposable aluminum trays to line any part of the oven.
Foil is an excellent heat insulator and heat will be trapped beneath it. This will alter the
cooking performance and can damage the finish of the oven.
- Avoid using the opened door as a shelf to place pans.
- Tips for Solving Baking Problems are found on Page 54.
True Convection Tips and Techniques
- Reduce recipe baking temperatures by 25°F (15°C).
- For best results, foods should be cooked uncovered, in low-sided pans to take
advantage of the forced air circulation. Use shiny aluminum pans for best results
unless otherwise specified.
- Heatproof glass or ceramic can be used. Reduce temperature by another 25°F (15°C)
when using heatproof glass dishes for a total reduction of 50°F (30°C).
- Dark metal pans may be used. Note that food may brown faster when using dark metal
bake ware.
- The number of racks used is determined by the height of the food to be cooked.
- Baked items, for the most part, cook extremely well in convection. Don’t try to convert
recipes such as custards, quiches, pumpkin pie , or cheesecakes, which do not benefit
from the convection-heating process. Use the regular Bake mode for these foods.
- Multiple rack cooking for oven meals is done on rack positions 1, 2, 3 , and 4. All four
racks can be used for cookies, biscuits and appetizers.
• 2 Rack baking: Use positions 1 and 3.
• When baking four cake layers at the same time, stagger pans so that one pan is
not directly above another. For best results, place cakes on front of upper rack
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and back of lower rack (See graphic at right). Allow 1” - 1 ½” (2,5 - 3cm).air space
around pans.
- Converting your own recipe can be easy. Choose a recipe that will work well in
convection.
- Reduce the temperature and cooking time if necessary. It may take some trial and error
to achieve a perfect result. Keep track of your technique for the next time you want to
prepare the recipe using convection.
- Tips for Solving Baking Problems are found on Page 54.
Foods recommended for Convection Bake mode:
Appetizers Biscuits Coffee Cakes
Cookies (2 to 4 racks) Yeast Breads
Cream Puffs
Popovers
Casseroles and One-Dish Entreés
Oven Meals (rack positions 1, 2, 3)
Air Leavened Foods (Soufflés, Meringue, Meringue- Topped Desserts, Angel Food
Cakes, Chiffon Cakes)
RACK POSITION
6
5
4
3
2
1
RACK POSITION
Rack 3
Rack 1
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Quick and easy recipe tips
Converting from standard BAKE to CONVECTION BAKE:
- Reduce the temperature by 25°F (15°C).
- Use the same baking time as Bake mode if under 10 to 15 minutes.
- Foods with a baking time of less than 30 minutes should be checked for doneness 5
minutes earlier than in standard bake recipes.
- If food is baked for more than 40 to 45 minutes, bake time should be reduced by 25%.
Convection Roast Tips and Techniques
- Do not preheat for Convection Roast.
- Roast in a low-sided, uncovered pan.
- When roasting whole chickens or turkey, tuck wings behind back and loosely tie legs
with kitchen string.
- Use the 2-piece broil pan for roasting uncovered.
- Use the probe or a meat thermometer to determine the internal doneness on “END”
temperature.
- Double-check the internal temperature of meat or poultry by inserting meat thermometer
into another position.
- Large birds may also need to be covered with foil (and pan roasted) during a portion of
the roasting time to prevent over-browning.
Quick and easy recipe tips
Converting from standard BAKE to CONVECTION ROAST:
- Temperature does not have to be lowered.
- Roasts, large cuts of meat and poultry generally take 10-20% less cooking time. Check
doneness early.
- Casseroles or pot roasts that are baked covered in CONVECTION ROAST will cook in
about the same amount of time.
- The minimum safe temperature for stuffing in poultry is 165ºF (75ºC).
- After removing the item from the oven, cover loosely with foil for 10 to 15 minutes
before carving if necessary to increase the final foodstuff temperature by 5° to 10°F
(3° to 6° C).
Cooking times are indicative and also depend on the thickness and the starting
temperature of the meat before cooking.
Convection Broil Tips and Techniques
-
Place rack in the required position needed before turning on the oven.
Use Convection Broil mode with the oven door closed.
Do not preheat oven.
Use the 2-piece broil pan.
Turn meats once halfway through the cooking time (see convection broil chart).
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Broiling and convection broiling times are approximate and may vary slightly.
Cooking times are indicative and also depend on the thickness and the starting
temperature of the meat before cooking.
Broil Tips and Techniques
-
Place rack in the required position needed before turning on the oven.
Use Broil mode with the oven door closed.
Preheat oven for 5 minutes before use.
Use the 2-piece broil pan.
Turn meats once halfway through the cooking time (see convection broil chart).
Broiling and convection broiling times are approximate and may vary slightly.
Cooking times are indicative and also depend on the thickness and the starting
temperature of the meat before cooking.
Dehydrate Tips and Techniques
- Dehydrating can be done using the Dehydrate mode. A lower temperature is used and
the circulating heated air slowly removes the moisture for food preservation.
- The Dehydrate mode temperature is pre-programmed at 140ºF (60ºC).
- The Dehydrate mode temperatures available are 120ºF (50ºC) to 160ºF (70ºC).
- Multiple racks can be used simultaneously.
- Some foods require as much as 14-15 hours of time to fully dehydrate.
- Consult a food preservation book for specific times and the handling of various foods.
- This mode is suitable for a variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs and meat strips.
- Drying screens can be purchased at specialty kitchen shops.
- By using paper towels, some food moisture can be absorbed before dehydrating
begins (such as with sliced tomatoes or sliced peaches).
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Dehydrate Chart
FOOD
PREPARATION
APPROXIMATE
DRYING TIME*
(hrs)
TEST FOR
DONENESS
FRUIT
Apples
Bananas
Cherries
Oranges Peels
and slices
Dipped in ¼ cup lemon
juice and 2 cups water,
¼ slices
Dipped in ¼ cup lemon
juice and 2 cups water,
¼ slices
Wash and towel dry.
For
fresh
cherries,
remove pits
¼ slices of orange;
Peels:
orange part of skin
thinly
peeled
from
oranges
Slices:
Pineapple rings
Towel dried
Strawberries
Wash and towel dry.
Sliced ½” thick, skin
(outside) down on rack
11 - 15 Slightly pliable
11 - 15 Slightly pliable
10 - 15 Pliable, leathery,
chewy
2- 4
Orange peel: dry and
brittle
12 - 16 Orange slices: skins
are dry and brittle,
fruit is slightly moist
Canned: 9 - 13 Soft and pliable
Fresh:
8 - 12
12 - 17 Dry, brittle
VEGETABLE
Peppers
Mushrooms
Tomatoes
Wash and towel dry.
Remove
membrane
of pepper, coarsely
chopped about 1”
pieces
Wash and towel dry.
Cut of stem end.
Cut into 1/8” slices
Wash and towel dry.
Cut this slices, 1/8”
thick, dry well
16 - 20 Leathery with no
moisture
inside
7 - 12
Tough and leathery,
dry
16 - 23 Dry, brick red color
HERBS
Oregano, sage
Rinse and dry with
parsley and
paper towel
thyme, and fennel
Basil
Use basil leaves 3 to 4
inches from top. Spray
with water, shake off
moisture and pat dry
Dry at
120°F
(60°C)
Dry at
120°F
(60°C)
3-5
Crisp and brittle
3-5
Crisp and brittle
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RECIPES
The Recipe function of your oven gives you the chance to cook food without having to
set the oven manually every time. By selecting a “SET” recipe, the cooking mode, the
temperature and the time are automatically set according to the recipe selected from
the menu.
Recipe List
Type of
Food
Food condition
FRESH
FROZEN
Recipes List
Information
displayed
BREAD PIZZA
FIRST
WHOLE
MEAT
IN PEICES
TYPE OF
ACCESSORY
WHOLE
PRESET
or
PERSONAL
POULTRY
IN PEICES
LEVEL POSITION
FOOD WEIGHT
WHOLE
FISH
IN PEICES
COOKING TIME
PREHEAT
REQUIRED
(YES/NO)
VEGETABLES
PIES
-
Select an already-set recipe:
and press the button
.
1. Switch the oven, select the icon
2. Using the arrows
select the list between “PRESET” or “PERSONAL” and confirm
by means of the
key.
3. Choose the type of food to be cooked using the arrows
and the arrows
and
confirm by means of the
key.
4. Using the arrows
choose between “FRESH” or “FROZEN” or in other cases
between “WHOLE” or “IN PEICES” and confirm with the
key.
5. Select the required recipe by means of the arrows
and confirm using the
key.
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6. When the recipe is selected, the following display page appears on the screen:
7. To start the recipe, confirm with the
key.
During a recipe, a number of acoustic and visual messages will ask you to perform the
following operations. Simply follow the instructions on the screen.
8. Upon termination, the oven switches off and an acoustic and visual signal warns that
the recipe has terminated.
Saving a personalized recipe:
Once a recipe has been selected, the “Time” and “Weight” setting can be changed and
the recipe can be saved among the “PERSONAL” ones.
1. Once a recipe has been selected, press the key
and confirm by means of the
key.
2. To change the weight, enter the desired weight by means of the arrows
and
confirm by means of the
key.
3. The oven switches automatically to the cooking time. To change this time, use the
arrows
and confirm again by means of the
key.
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4. At this point, the recipe can be saved in the list of “PERSONAL” recipes by selecting
key.
“SAVE” and confirming by means of the
NOTE
If the time and weight values are changed and not saved straight
away, at the end of the recipe, a message appears which asks
whether you want to save it.
5. To start the recipe press the
key.
Cancelling a Personalized recipe:
1. To eliminate a recipe from the list of personalized recipes, select the recipe.
2. Press the key
and select the choice and confirm with the
key.
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CLASSIC PIZZA (On Some Models)
The CLASSIC PIZZA was specifically designed so you can bake perfect PIZZAS in just
a few minutes.
to access this special recipe. After you make your
For perfect results, select the
settings, Classic Pizza recipes will do the rest, reaching about 650°F (345°C) by turning
on the heating elements at 100% of their capacity.
At this temperature, you are guaranteed to have a crispy base and proper cooking of the
toppings of your pizza, like at the pizzeria.
The secret to a good pizza is in the simplicity of a well-leavened dough, prepared and
cooked well: use a small quantity of good quality toppings.
Recipe List
PRESET
OR
PERSONAL
Type of
Food
Food condition
PIZZA SINGLE
THIN
PIZZA SINGLE
THICK
PIZZA DOUBLE
THIN
Cooking
Time
proposed
Information
displayed
TYPE OF
ACCESSORY
COOKING
TIME
PROPOSED
PIZZA DOUBLE
THICK
LEVEL POSITION
COOKING TIME
PREHEAT
REQUIRED YES/NO)
Pizza
THIN
Weight Leavened Dough
180gr
Diameter
30cm
THICK
260gr
30cm
Selecting an already-set “CLASSIC PIZZA” recipe:
and then
and confirm with the key
.
1. Start the oven and select the icon
2. By means of the arrows
select the list between “PRESET” or “PERSONAL” and
confirm with the
key.
3. Choose the type of pizza to be cooked by means of the arrows
and confirm with
the
key.
4. After the recipe has been selected, the following display page appears:
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Once a recipe has been selected the “Time” setting can be changed (from 01:00 min/
sec to 59:59 min/sec) and the recipe can be saved among the “PERSONAL” recipes of
the special Classic Pizza function. If so required, the saved recipe can also be cancelled.
If the time is changed and not immediately saved, at the end of the recipe, a
message appears to ask whether you want to save it.
(FOR MORE DETAILS ON HOW TO PERFORM THESE STEPS, REFER TO THE
INSTRUCTIONS IN THE RECIPE PARAGRAPH)
5. Once confirmed with the
key, the oven preheats and, when finished, it beeps and
the display will tell that it’s the right moment to put in the pizzas. Baking automatically
starts when you close the door and, from now to the end, there are no other settings
or anything to turn on; you must simply follow the instructions on the display.
NOTE
After the first pizza, you can immediately continue baking other
pizzas without having to preheat.
If, on request,
is selected, the recipe is repeated, while if OFF
is pressed the recipe terminates.
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Tips For A Good Pizza:
- Given the high temperatures and short baking time, we recommend that you insert and
remove the pizzas quickly so that the door is open for as short a time as possible and
the temperature doesn’t drop.
- Once the beep and display indicate that baking is finished, immediately remove the
pizza, since the cooking times are very short and even a few seconds can have a
significant effect.
- The baking time can be changed based on the type of dough and pizza; changes
should be made with the +/- keys before pressing the start key. At the end of the
recipe, you will be asked if you want to save it in your personal recipes.
PIZZA GRILL
OVEN STONE (IF PRESENT)
Insert before the preheating the oven
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SABBATH MODE INSTRUCTIONS (On Some Models)
The Sabbath Mode function of your oven complied with Jewish laws. This function
allows the oven to perform only the static function.
When the Sabbath function is selected, the following functions are disabled:
- Oven lights
- All the keys except ON/OFF and UPPER OVEN and LOWER OVEN in the case of the
double oven
- Meat Probe Function
- Timed cooking function
- Timer function
- The icon on the display screen is steady and not animated as in the case of traditional
cooking modes.
- Display screen and key acoustic warnings.
To set the Sabbath Mode function, switch on the oven and select the icon
and press
the key
. Select the Sabbath function by means of the arrows
and confirm twice
with the key
.
The function starts by showing the icon on the display screen.
NOTE
The function lasts at most 72 hours.
The temperature is not adjustable but fixed at 140°F (60°C)
The function can be disabled at any time by pressing the OFF key.
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OVEN CARE AND CLEANING
Abrasive detergents and steam cleaning equipment should not be used for cleaning.
WARNING
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to
clean the oven door glass since they can scratch the surface,
which may result in shattering of the glass.
WARNING
Ensure that the door is in the closed position before the selfcleaning cycle starts, otherwise automatic door locking will
not be completed. See paragraphs that follows.
Self-Cleaning the Oven
This oven features a pyrolytic self-cleaning function that eliminates the difficult and time
consuming manual scrubbing of the oven interior. During self-cleaning, the oven uses a
very high temperature (approx. 860°F/460°C) to burn away food soil and grease.
- It is common to see smoke and/or an occasional flame-up during the Self-Clean cycle,
depending on the content and amount of soil remaining in the oven. If a flame persists,
turn off the oven and allow it to cool before opening the door to wipe up the excessive
food soil.
- The door latch is automatically activated after selecting the Self-Clean cycle. The
“PADLOCK” icon will appear in the display. This ensures that the door cannot be
opened while the oven interior is at clean temperatures.
- The oven light does not operate during this mode.
- During Self-Clean, the kitchen should be well ventilated to help eliminate odors
associated with Self-Clean. Odors will lessen with use.
- Three hours is the preset length of cleaning.
- The mode automatically stops at the end of the clean hours.
- When the oven heat drops to a safe temperature, the automatic door lock will release
and the door can be opened.
Preparing the Oven for Self-Clean
1. Remove all utensils and bake ware.
2. Remove non-porcelain oven racks. If chromed racks are left in the oven during the
self-clean cycle, they will permanently lose the shiny finish and change to a dull dark
finish.
3. Wipe up any soft soil spills and grease with paper towels. Excess grease will cause
flames and smoke inside the oven during self-cleaning.
4. Review illustration below. Some areas of the oven must be cleaned by hand before
the cycle begins. They do not get hot enough during the cleaning cycle for soil to burn
away. Use a soapy sponge or plastic scrubber. Hand-clean the oven door edge, oven
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front frame and up to 1-½ “ (2-3 cm) inside the frame with detergent and hot water.
Do not rub the gasket on oven. Clean by hand the oven door window. Rinse all areas
thoroughly then dry.
5. Be sure oven interior lights are turned off and the light bulbs and lens covers are in
place.
Hand clean frame
area ouside gasket
DO NOT
hand clean gasket
Hand clean door
area outside gasket
Hand clean 1” (2cm)
from rack guides
to frame of oven cavity
Hand clean door
window
SETTING THE SELF CLEANING MODE
To Set the Self-Clean Mode
1. Press the key
and select the icon
and then
and confirm with the key
.
2. A message appears on the screen to remove all objects or accessories from the
compartment.
3. Press the
key to start door lock and cleaning cycle.
4. The clean time is displayed automatically, its standard value is 3 hours.
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5. At the end of the programmed cleaning time, the oven will automatically turn off.
- To stop the cleaning mode at any moment, press
key.
- The Self Cleaning cycle cannot be selected if the door is open.
- If the door is in the open position when the function has already been selected and
the
key is pressed the latch doesn’t move, the “PADLOCK” icon will flash until
the door will be closed and the lock motor stops. When the “CLOSED PADLOCK” it
is displayed, the door cannot be opened.
- Check that the door has been locked, if door does not lock, press
key and do not
start self-clean; phone for service
- Do not attempt to open the door while the cleaning cycle is running and the door is
locked.
To Change the Cleaning Time
1. To change the setting from 3 hours, select either 2 hours for light soil immediately after
starting.
2. To change the hours, touch the
key, select
and confirm with the key
(the
or
keys to change the value, then press
to confirm the
hours will flash), use
new value.
3. To select the minutes, touch the
key (the minutes will flash), use
or
keys to
change the value, then press
to confirm the new value.
To Delay the Start of Cleaning
1. Follow steps 1 through 3 above.
2. Touch the
key and verify that “STOP TIME” appears on the display. The hours will
begin flashing, use
or
keys to change the value, then press
to confirm the
new value.
3. To select the minutes, touch the
key (the minutes will flash), use
or
keys to
change the value, then press
to confirm the new value.
8. When the delay time expires, self-cleaning will start.
9. At the end of the programmed cleaning time, the oven will automatically turn off.
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CAUTION
Keep in mind that the oven door will remain locked until it is
safe enough to open. The lock symbol will disappear from the
display when the door lock is released.
You will still need to exercise caution when the door lock is
released because the inside of the oven may still be hot.
After the self-clean cycle is complete the oven control monitoring the internal temperature
and the following messages will be displayed:
- From the 460°C/860°F to 270°C/518°F= “End Self Cleaning”
- From the 270°C/518°F to 50°C/122°F= “Waiting to Clean”
- From the 50°C/122°F to 25°C/77°F= “Remove Residues” (Press ON/OFF key to clear
the message).
You may notice a powder ash residue in the bottom of the oven after self-cleaning. This
condition is normal. Use a damp cloth or sponge to wipe up the residue after the oven
cools down.
Self-cleaning Tips:
- If any soil remains in the oven after the self-clean cycle is complete, you may repeat
the cycle if you want.
- Self-clean the oven regularly to prevent excessive soil build-up. Doing so will make the
self-clean cycle work better and reduce smoke and odors.
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DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
(only available in some models)
Automatic door locking during pyrolytic cycle
For safety reasons, the door is locked automatically as soon as self-clean mode is
selected (both standard, both eco clean). The door is also unlocked automatically when
the clean time has expired but only after the temperature has fallen below the safety
threshold.
NOTE
It is not possible to exclude the door locking device during selfcleaning i.e. manually unlock the door since the self-cleaning
mode has the highest priority and overrides all other selections.
The lock symbol (
) on the display is:
ON
When the door is fully locked
OFF
When the door is fully unlocked
FLASHING
When the latch mechanism is moving or is waiting for a
command by the electronic control. or is waiting for a command
by the electronic control. (After self clean the symbol will flash
until the temperature will be safe and the door unlocked).
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Do-it-Yourself Maintenance Oven Door Removal
WARNING
• Make sure oven is cool and power to the oven has been turned
off before removing the door. Faiture to do so could result in
electrical shock or burns.
• The oven door is heavy and fragile. Use both hands to remove
the oven door.
The door front is glass. Handle carefully to avoid breakage.
• Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do not grasp the handle
as il may swing in your hand and cause damage or injury.
• Faiture to grasp the oven door firmly and properly could result in
personal injury or product damage.
To Remove Door
1. Open the door completely.
2. Lift up the hinge bracket (1).
3. Hold the door firmly on both sides using both hands and close the door.
4. Hold firmly; the door is heavy.
5. Place the door in a convenient localion.
To Replace Door
1. Insert the upper arms (2) of both hinges into the slots (3). The recesses (4) must hook
on the lips (5).
2. Move the hinge brackels (1) back down into position.
3. Close and open the door slowly to assure that it is correclty and securety in place.
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Replacing an Oven Light
• Each oven is equipped with halogen lights located in the lateral walls of the oven.
• The lights are switched on when the door is opened or when the oven is in a cooking
cycle.
• The oven lights are not illuminated during SELF- CLEAN.
• Each light assembly consists of a removable lens a light bulb as well as a light
socket housing that is fixed in place. See figure on this page.
• Light bulb replacement is considered to be a routine maintenance item.
To Replace a Light Bulb
1. Read WARNING on this page.
2. Turn off power at the main power supply (fuse or breaker box).
3. In ovens with lateral racks remove them by unscrewing the four screws.
4. Remove the lens to prise between screw and glass using a screw driver.
5. Remove the light bulb from its socket by pulling it.
6. Replace the bulb with a new one. Avoid touching the bulb with fingers as oils from
hands can damage the bulb when it becomes hot.
7. The bulb is halogen: use one with the same type checking Voltage and Wattage.
8. Replace the lens back on.
9. Replace the racks if it is provided with the oven model.
Turn power back on at the main power supply (fuse or breaker box).
WARNING
• Make sure the oven and lights are cool and power lo the oven
has been turned off before replacing the light bulb(s). Faiture lo
do so could result in electrical shock or burns.
• The lenses must be in place when using the oven.
• The lenses serve to protect the light bulb from breaking.
• The lenses are made of glass. Handle carefully to avoid breakage.
Broken glass could cause an injury.
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SOLVING BAKING PROBLEMS
With either Bake or Convection Bake, poor results can occur for many reasons other
than a malfunction of the oven. Check the chart below for causes of the most common
problems. Since the size, shape and material of baking utensils directly affect the baking
results, the best solution may be to replace old baking utensils that have darkened and
warped with age and use.
BAKING PROBLEM
CAUSE
Food browns unevenly
-
Oven not preheated
Aluminum foil on oven rack or oven bottom
Baking utensil too large for recipe
Pans touching each other or oven walls
Food too brown on bottom
-
Oven not preheated
Using glass, dull or darkened metal pans
Incorrect rack position
Pans touching each other or oven walls
Food is dry or has shrunk excessively -
Oven temperature too low
Oven not preheated
Oven door opened frequently
Tightly sealed with aluminum foil
Pan size too small
-
Oven temperature too low
Oven not preheated
Oven door opened frequently
Tightly sealed with aluminum foil
Pan size too small
Food is baking or roasting too slowly
Pie crusts do not brown on bottom or have soggy crust
-
Baking time not long enough
Using shiny steel pans
Incorrect rack position
Oven temperature is too low
Cakes pale, flat and may not be done
inside
-
Oven temperature too low
Incorrect baking time
Cake tested too soon
Oven door opened too often
Pan size may be too large
Cakes high in middle with crack on top -
Baking temperature too high
Baking time too long
Pans touching each other or oven walls
Incorrect rack position
Pan size too small
Pie crust edges too brown
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- Oven temperature too high
- Edges of crust too thin
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SOLVING OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS
Before contacting service, check the following to avoid unnecessary service charges.
OVEN PROBLEM
PROBLEM SOLVING STEPS
Error F1030* or F2030* A problem with latch mechanism occurred. Remove
appears in the display power and turn it back on again after a few seconds.
window.
The oven should run a latch auto–test. If condition
persists, note the code number (in the EVENT LOG list)
and contact service.
Other F__ Error appears in Remove power and turn it back on again after a few
the display window.
seconds. If condition persists, note the code number (in
the EVENT LOG list) and contact service.
The oven display stays Turn off power at the main power supply (fuse or breaker
OFF
box). Turn breaker back on.
If condition persists, call an authorized service.
Cooling fan continues to The fan turns off automatically when the electronic
run after oven is turned off components have cooled sufficiently.
Oven door is locked and Turn the oven off at the circuit breaker and wait a few
will not release, even after seconds. Turn breaker back on.
cooling
The oven should reset itself and will be operable.
Oven is not heating
Check the circuit breaker or fuse box to your house.
Make sure there is proper electrical power to the oven.
Make sure the oven temperature has been selected.
Oven is not cooking evenly Refer to cooking charts for recommended rack position.
Always reduce recipe temperature by 25°F (15°C) when
baking with Convection Bake mode.
Oven light is not working Replace or reinsert the light bulb if loose or defective.
properly
See Page 53. Avoid touching the bulb glass with
bare fingers as finger oil may cause bulbs to burn out
prematurely.
Oven light stays on
Check for obstruction in oven door. Check to see if hinge
is bent or door switch broken.
Oven will not Self-Clean Allow the oven to cool before running Self-Clean. Always
properly
wipe out loose soils or heavy spill-over before running
Self-Clean. If oven is badly soiled, set oven for a fourhour Self-Clean. See Preparing the Oven to Self-Clean,
Page 48.
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OVEN PROBLEM
PROBLEM SOLVING STEPS
Clock and timer are not Make sure there is proper electrical power to the oven.
working properly
See the Clock sections on Page 15.
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Excessive moisture
When using Bake mode, preheat the oven first.
Convection Bake and Convection Roast will eliminate
any moisture in oven (this is one of the advantages of
convection).
Porcelain chips
When oven racks are removed and replaced, always tilt
racks upward and do not force them to avoid chipping
the porcelain.
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ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE
Before contacting service, please check “Troubleshooting.” It may save you the cost of
a service call.
If you still need help, follow the instructions below. When calling, please know the
purchase date and the complete model and serial number of your appliance. This
information will help us to better respond to your request.
Service Data Record
For authorized service or parts information see paragraph “WARRANTY for Home
Appliances”.
For serial tag location see Page 1. Now is a good time to write this information in the
space provided below.
Keep your invoice for warranty validation.
Service Data Record
Model Number _________________________________
Serial Number __________________________________
Date of Installation or Occupancy _________________
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Warranty Card
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Office:
48-50 Moore Street, Leichhardt N.S.W 2040
Post:
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Your ongoing satisfaction with your ILVE
product is important to us. We ask that you
complete the enclosed Warranty Registration
Card and return it to us so that we have a
record of the ILVE products you purchased.
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(including repair and warranty services) to
customers. Our purpose in collecting the
Personal Information is
to keep a record of the ILVE product
purchased by you, in order to provide a
better warranty service to you in the unlikely
event that there is a problem with your ILVE
product. ILVE may contact you at any one
or more of the address, email address or
telephone numbers set out in the Warranty
Registration Card. Please contact ILVE on
1300 694 583 should you not wish to be
contacted by ILVE.
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1. Warranty
ILVE warrants that each ILVE product will
remain, for a period of twenty four (24)
months computed from the date of purchase
of the ILVE product, free from defects
arising in the manufacture of the ILVE
product (“Warranty”). Except for consumer
guarantees set out in the Competition
and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (“Act”), ILVE
does not make any further warranties or
representations in relation to ILVE products.
2. What is not Covered by the Warranty.
The Warranty does not apply if an ILVE
product is defective by a factor other than a
defect arising in the manufacture of the ILVE
product, including but not limited to:
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(a) damage through misuse (including failure
to maintain, service or use with proper care),
neglect, accident or ordinary wear and
tear (including deterioration of parts and
accessories and glass breakage);
(b) use for purpose for which the ILVE product
was not sold or designed;
(c) use or installation which is not in
accordance with any specified instructions for
use or installation;
(d) use or operation after a defect has
occurred or been discovered;
(e) damage through freight, transportation or
handling in transit (other than when ILVE is
responsible);
(f ) damage through exposure to chemicals,
dusts, residues, excessive voltage, heat,
atmospheric conditions or other forces or
environmental factors outside the control or
ILVE;
(g) repair, modification or tampering by the
purchaser or any person other than ILVE, an
employee of ILVE or an authorised ILVE service
contractor;
(h) use of parts, components or accessories
which have not been supplied or specifically
approved by ILVE.
(i) damage to surface coatings caused by
cleaning or maintenance using products not
recommended in the ILVE product handbook
provided to the purchaser upon purchase of
the ILVE product;
(j) damage to the base of an electric oven due
to items having been placed on the base of
the oven cavity or covering the base, such as
aluminium foil (this impedes the transfer of
heat from the element to the oven cavity and
can result in irreparable damage); or
(k) damages, dents or other cosmetic
imperfections not affecting the performance
of the ILVE in respect of an ILVE product
purchased as a “factory second” or from
display.
The Warranty does not extend to light globes
used in ILVE products.
Customers must retain proof of purchase in
order to be eligible to make a warranty claim in
respect of an ILVE product.
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Customers will bear the cost of claiming
under this Warranty unless ILVE determines
the expenses are reasonable, in which case
the customer must claim those expenses by
providing written evidence of each expense to
ILVE at the address on the Warranty
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3. Domestic Use
Each ILVE product is made for domestic use.
This Warranty may not extend to ILVE products
used for commercial purposes; under those
circumstances the warranty period is limited to 3
month.
4. Time for Claim under the Warranty
You must make any claim under this Warranty
within twenty eight (28) days after the occurrence
of an event which gives rise to a claim pursuant
to the Warranty, by booking a service call on the
telephone number below.
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Customers must retain proof of purchase in order
to be eligible to make a warranty claim in respect
of an ILVE product.
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Customers will bear the cost of claiming under this
Warranty unless ILVE determines the expenses
are reasonable, in which case the customer
must claim those expenses by providing written
evidence of each expense to ILVE at the address
on the Warranty Registration Card.
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(a) These terms and conditions do not a ect your
statutory rights.
(b) The limitations on the Warranty set out in this
document do not exclude or limit the application
of the
consumer guarantees set out in the Act or any
other
equivalent or corresponding legislation in the
relevant
jurisdiction where to do so would:
(i) contravene the law of the relevant jurisdiction;
or
(ii) cause any part of the Warranty to be void.
(c) ILVE excludes indirect or consequential loss
of any kind (including, without limitation, loss of
use of the
ILVE product) and (other than expressly provided
for in these terms and conditions) subject to all
terms,
conditions and warranties implied by custom,
the general law, the Act or other statute.
IMPORTANT!
All warranty service calls must be booked via
the customer care department. The team can
be contacted on 1 300 85 64 11 option 1 or
customercare@eurolinx.com.au
Service is delivered through a network of
Service Agents. If the Appliance is located
outside our normal Service Area of our agents
you, t he Customer will need to bear the cost
of travel outside that area.
If you are unable to provide proof of purchase,
the fault is not covered under warranty
or the product is found to be working to
specification you may be required to bear the
full cost of the service visit
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State:
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MODEL NUMBER
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