LAM3405 - Amazon Simple Storage Service

Built-In Single Fan Oven
Instructions and Installation
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LAM3405
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LAMONA Appliances
Dear Customer,
Congratulations on your choice of oven.
The user manual will help you use your product quickly and safely.
Please read this user manual before installing and using the oven.
Always follow the safety instructions.
Keep this user manual within easy reach for future reference.
Please read any other documents supplied with the product.
Explanation of symbols
Throughout this user manual the following symbols are used:
Important information or useful tips about usage.
Warning for possible hazards to health and property.
Warning possibility of electric shock.
Product information correct at the time of publication in January 2017.
The company has a policy of continuous product development and reserves the right to change
any products and specifications given in this manual.
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2012/19/EU on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). WEEE contains both polluting substances
(which can cause negative consequences for the environment) and basic components
(which can be re-used). It is important to have WEEE subjected to specific treatments, in
order to remove and dispose properly all pollutants, and recover and recycle all materials.
Individuals can play an important role in ensuring that WEEE does not become an
environmental issue; it is essential to follow some basic rules:
• WEEE shall not be treated as household waste.
• WEEE shall be handed over to the relevant collection points managed by the municipality or by
registered companies.
• WEEE can be recycled free of charge.
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Index
Before using the oven & Safety
General
Safety for children
Safety when working with electricity
Shelf positions
05
05
05
08
09
General information
Oven layout
Control panel layout
Accessories
10
10
10
10
Operation modes
Operating modes
11
11
Preparation
First cleaning of the appliance
Initial heating
Tips for energy saving
12
12
12
12
How to operate the main oven
How to use the main oven
Select a temperature and
operating mode
Shelf positions
Switch off the oven
13
13
13
Clock Programmer
Minute Minder
Timed Operation
Time Stop Point
Delayed Start Cooking
14
14
14
14
15
Cooking table
Oven cooking table
16
16
Cooking and baking advice
17
Care and maintenance
General information
Cleaning the control panel
Cleaning the door glass
Removal of the inner door glass
Replacing the oven lamp
18
18
18
18
19
19
Installation
Before installation
Installation and connection
Connection to mains supply
Cooling Fan
20
20
20
21
22
Technical specification
23
Troubleshooting
24
Your Guarantee
25
13
13
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Before using the Oven
•
•
Make sure that you have removed all packaging, wrappings, stickers and films from the oven’s
surface.
It is recommended that you clean and wash the oven’s surface before using for the first time.
This appliance is for
domestic cooking purposes
only. It must not be used for
other purposes, e.g room heating, or drying towels and dish
cloths over the handle. Commercial use will void the guarantee (see guarantee page).
• The manufacturer shall not
be liable for any damage
caused by improper use or
handling errors.
•
General
• This product is not intended
to be used by persons with
physical, sensory or mental
disorders or unlearned or
inexperienced people (including
children) unless they are supervised by a person who will be
responsible for their safety or
who will instruct them accordingly in the use of the product.
Safety for children
• Children must be super-
vised to prevent them from
playing with the product.
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• Electrical products can be
dangerous to children. Keep
children away from the product
when it is operating and do not
allow them to play with or near
the product.
• CAUTION: Accessible parts
of the oven may become hot
when the oven or grill is in use.
Children should be kept away
until the product has cooled
down.”
• Do not store any items
above the appliance that children may reach for.
• When the door is open, do
not load any heavy object on it
and do not allow children to sit
on it. The door or door hinges
may be damaged.
• The packaging materials
will be dangerous for children.
Keep the packaging materials
away from children. Please
dispose of all parts of the packaging according to environmental standards.
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• Accessible parts may
become hot during use. To
avoid burns, children less than
8 years of age should be kept
away unless continuously
supervised.
• This appliance can be used
by children aged 8 years and
above, persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, if they
have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of
the appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards
involved.
• Cleaning and user maintenance must not be made by
children without supervision.
• Connect the product to an
earthed outlet protected by a
fuse of suitable capacity as
stated in the “Technical specifi
cations” table. Our company
shall not be liable for any problems arising due to the product
not being earthed in accordance with the local regulations.
• Do not operate the product
if the power cable is damaged.
Replace with a suitable cable
by a qualified person.
• Do not operate the product
if it is defective or has any
visible damage.
• Do not carry out any repairs
or modfications to the product.
• Never wash down the
product with excessive water,
as there is the risk of electric
shock!
• Never use the product
when your judgment or coordination is impaired by the use of
alcohol and/or drugs.
• Product must be disconnected from the mains during
installation, maintenance,
cleaning and repair procedures.
• Repair procedures must
always be performed by qualified persons. The manufacturer
shall not be held responsible
for damages arising from
procedures carried out by
unauthorised persons, which
may also void the guarantee.
• Be careful when using
alcoholic drinks in your dishes.
Alcohol evaporates at high
temperatures and may ignite
when it comes into contact with
hot surfaces.
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• Do not heat closed tins and
glass jars in the oven. The
pressure that would build-up in
the tin/jar may cause it to
burst.
• Do not place any materials
close to the product as the
sides may become hot during
use.
•
WARNING FIRE RISK Do not place aluminium foil,
baking trays or cook on the
base of this oven, doing so will
cause permanent damage to
your appliance and cabinetry
with the potential risk of fire.
• Parts of the oven may
become hot during or immediately after use. Care should be
taken to avoid touching the
heating elements, and components inside the oven which
maybe hot. Always allow oven
to cool.
• If the door seal is very dirty
this can prevent the door from
closing properly during use,
resulting in possible damage to
adjacent furniture and poor
efficiency. Always ensure the
door seal is clean.
• Product may become hot
when it is in use. Please be
careful not to touch these hot
surfaces.
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• Always use heat resistant
oven gloves when putting
dishes in or removing dishes
from the hot oven.
• Do not use the product if
any door glass is removed or
damaged.
• Rear surface of the oven
may get hot when it is in use.
Make sure that the electrical
connections do not contact the
rear surface; otherwise, connections may be damaged.
• Do not trap the mains cable
and do not route it over hot
surfaces. The cable insulation
may melt and cause a short
circuit.
• Product must be installed
by a qualified person in accordance with the regulations in
force. Otherwise, the guarantee
may become void.
• When hot and cold air
meet, condensation can form.
The outer door is air cooled and
the inner glass will become hot
during cooking, therefore some
condensation might form. This
is perfectly normal. All condensation will disappear as the
oven reaches cooking temperature.
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• Make sure that the product
control knobs are switched off
after every use.
Safety when working with
electricity
• Any work on electrical
equipment and systems should
only be carried out by authorised or qualified persons.
• In case of any damage,
switch off the product and
disconnect it from the mains.
To do this, turn off at the fuse
box.
• The appliance must be
installed so that it can be
completely disconnected from
the mains easily after installation by the isolation switch.
• Do not bend or trap cable
against hot surfaces during
install.
• Make sure that fuse rating
is compatible with the product.
• i Do not switch the oven
off at the mains isolation
switch immediately after
cooking. Cooling fan continues to run for up to 20-30
minutes (approx) even after
the oven control is turned off.
• Keep all ventilation slots
clear of obstructions, as this
may cause premature failure of
the oven element.
• Do not allow the oven to
cool with the door open. Even if
the appliances door is only
open a little, front panels of
adjacent units could become
damaged over time.
Safety and cleaning
•
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the oven door
since they can scratch the
surface, which may result in the
shattering of the glass.
•
WARNING Ensure that
the appliance is switched off
before replacing the lamp to
avoid the possibility of an
electric shock.
• i Do not use oven light for
household room illumination.
•
Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning.
• The appliance must not be
installed behind a decorative
door.
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Shelf positions
The oven has 5 shelf positions.
It is important to position the
wire shelf into the runners
correctly before placing items
on the shelf. Do not insert
shelves forcefully.
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°C
0
50
Max
250
100
200
a
150
b
c
oven / grill temperature knob
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Operating modes
Operating modes
ov
or the ovens and grill are listed in this section. Please not
der of operating modes av
y deviate from the illustrations sho
Lamp
Turns on the oven light. This will
automatically activate the cooling fan.
our
w.
Defrosting
o this position. The
fan circulates air at room temperature
around the frozen foods so that it
defrosts in a few minutes without the
protein content of the f
altered.
Circular Heating Element and Fan
Grill
that has
heated is
wn y the
the top heating element. Success is
ed grills, k
and
fan onto the different levels. is ideal for
guaranteed for
cooking different types of food at the same
gratin dishes. The grill should
meat and
without
heated to a high temperature for
time
tastes and smell. cooks very gently and is ideal minutes.
e meats should always
placed at
for sponge cakes, pastries, etc.
some distance from the grill element, the cooking
the meat will
more
time is slightly longer
placed
succulent. ed meat and fish fillets can
directly onto the shelf with the drip tray placed
on lower shelf position.
Grill and Fan
The top heating element is used in
with the fan which circulates
the hot air around the oven. Pre heating is
is not
recommended for red meats
is ideal for
necessary for white meats.
cooking thicker food items such as pork or poultry.
ood to
grilled should
placed directly at the
centre of the middle shelf.
sliding the drip tray underneath the shelf it will
are collected. or
ensure that any
results always make sure that the food is not too
close to the grill element and turn the food over half
way through the cooking time.
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Preparation
First cleaning of the appliance
Tips for saving energy
1. Remove all packaging materials.
2. Wipe the surfaces of the appliance with a
damp cloth or sponge and dry with a clean
cloth and mild detergent.
The following information will help you to use your
appliance in an ecological way, and to save energy:
The surface may get damaged by some detergents
or cleaning materials.
Do not use aggressive detergents, cleaning powder/
cream or any sharp objects or abrasives.
Initial heating
It is recommended to heat up the product for
about 30 minutes and then switch it off. Thus, any
production residues or layers will be burnt off and
removed.
1. Take the tray and the wire grid out of the oven.
2. Close the oven doors.
3. Select the highest oven & grill power levels
(See How to use the oven and grill section).
4. Operate oven & grill for about 30 minutes.
5. Turn off your oven & grill and allow to cool.
Use dark coloured or enamel coated cookware
in the oven as the heat transmission will be
better.
Perform a preheating operation if it is advised
in the user manual or cooking instructions.
Do not open the door of the oven frequently
during cooking.
Try to cook more than one dish in the oven at
the same time whenever possible. You can
place two cooking vessels onto the wire shelf.
Cook one dish after another. The oven will
already be hot.
You can save energy by switching off your oven
a few minutes before the end of the cooking
time. Do not open the oven door.
Defrost frozen dishes before cooking them if
possible if applicable.
Small amounts of fumes may emit during the
initial heating process; this is normal, however
monitor the oven at all times and ensure that the
room is well ventilated.
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How to operate the main oven and grill
Setting the correct time
How to use the Oven & Grill
1. Set thermostat knob to the desired
temperature.
2. Set function knob to the required operating
mode.
3. Close the oven door
WARNING: The oven will not operate until clock is set.
When first switched on the clock display will flash
‘12.00’
Touch the + or – buttons whilst the display is
flashing to adjust the time. (The display stops
flashing after 5 sec and time is displayed).
The oven heats up to the adjusted temperature
and maintains it. During heating, the temperature
indicator light will remain on until the desired
temperature is reached.
Shelf positions
The oven has 5 shelf positions as illustrated below,
It is important to position the wire shelf into the
runners correctly.
To adjust clock time:
Press mode button
x 4 times until clock symbol
is displayed. Touch the + or – buttons whilst
display is flashing to set the time of day. (The display
stops flashing after 5 sec and time is displayed).
Select temperature
& Operating mode
°C
0
Please ensure shelves are fully inserted before
closing the oven door, failure to do so could lead to
damage to the door.
50
Max
250
100
200
a
150
Warning -Do not place aluminium foil or baking
trays on the base of the oven. This can lead to
permanent damage to your appliance.
Warning –Do not place plates, dishes or trays on
b
Warning - Do not use the oven or grill cavity for
storage when not in use.
a. Oven / grill function knob
b. Oven / grill thermosat knob
The operating modes of the electric oven are
selected with the function knob. The temperature is
adjusted with the thermostat knob.
Switch off the electric oven
Turn function knob and thermostat knob to off
position (top).
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Clock Programmer
To Check time left:
Press mode button
Minute Minder (0.01 min - 2.30hr)
To Cancel:
Press mode button
is displayed.
x1
x 1 time until Cook symbol
Touch the + or – buttons until alarm sounds and
display shows 00.00. Clock time returns.
Press mode button
x 3 times until alarm symbol
is displayed.Touch the + or – buttons to set the
desired time duration. The alarm will sound when
the selected time has elapsed.Touch any button to
stop alarm
Note: Whilst cook symbol
is flashing the oven
cannot be used in ‘Manual’ mode.
Time Stop Point
Oven cooks until a designated time then stops:
(up to 23.59 hr)
To Cancel:
Press mode button
x 3 times until alarm symbol
is displayed. Touch the + or – buttons to set the
duration to 00.00.
Timer Cooking
Press mode button
x 2 times until symbol
displayed and flashing.
Timed Operation Period
Oven cooks for a selected time period then
stops: (0.01min to 10.00 hr)
is
Touch the + or – buttons to set the desired stop time.
(Display reverts to time of day after desired stop time
is set and
symbol remains lit).
Select desired oven cooking mode and temperature
using the oven control knobs.
The alarm will sound and the
symbol will flash
when the selected time has been reached.
Press mode button
x 1 time until Cook
symbol
is displayed and flashing.
Touch the + or – buttons to set the desired cooking
time duration.(Display reverts to time of day after
desired time period is set and
symbol remains lit)
Select desired oven cooking mode and temperature
using the oven control knobs.
The alarm will sound and the Cook symbol
will
flash when the selected cooking time has elapsed.
Turn oven control knobs to ‘Off’ and touch any
button to stop alarm and return oven to ‘Manual’
use mode.
Turn oven control knobs to ‘Off’ and touch any button
to stop alarm and return to ‘Manual’ use mode.
(Timer will sound for 2 mins then stop if no button
is pressed).
To Cancel:
Press mode button
displayed.
x 2 times until
symbol is
Touch the + or – buttons until
flashes, alarm
sounds and time of day returns.
(Timer sounds for 2 mins then stops if no button is pressed).
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Delayed Start Cooking
The two timed cooking modes can be combined to
create a delayed start cooking period.
Programme a Timed Operation Period
(as described on p14).
Then
Programme a Time Stop Point
(as described on p14).
Both symbols
and
will be displayed and the
cooking process will start at a future point in time
e.g.
If Time Stop Point is set to 16.00 and Timed
Operation Period is set to 1.30 hrs
- The oven will switch on at 14.30 and cook until
16.00
To Check Settings:
Push mode button
Push mode button
time.
To Cancel:
Press mode button
is displayed.
x 1 to see
x 2 to see
cooking period.
cooking end
x 1 time until Cook symbol
Touch the + or – buttons until alarm sounds and
display shows 00.00 Clock time returns.
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Cooking Tables
The values indicated in the tables below are
indicative. They may vary according to the type of
food, the quantity and your preferences of cooking.
Baking and roasting
Level 1 is the lowest shelf level.
Oven cooking table
MAIN OVEN COOKING TABLE
Dish
Shelf Level
Oven Function
Temperature °C
Cooking Time min
1 = level 3
175
30 - 40
2 = level 1 & 5
175
45 - 50
175
50 - 60
Baking
Cakes in tray*
Cakes in mould*
Cakes in bun cases
Sponge cake*
level 2
1 = level 3
175
25 - 35
2 = level 1 & 5
175
35 - 45
3 = level 1,3 & 5
180
45 - 55
200
15 - 20
level 3
1 = level 3
175
25 - 30
2 = level 1 & 5
170 ... 190
35 - 45
3 = level 1,3 & 5
175
30 - 40
1 = level 3
200
35 - 45
2 = level 1 & 5
200
50 - 60
3 = level 1,3 & 5
200
55 - 65
1 = level 3
200
25 - 35
2 = level 1 & 5
200
35 - 45
3 = level 1,3 & 5
190
45 - 55
level 3
200
30 - 40
level 3
25 min at 230/max
then 180 ... 190
100 - 120
Leg of Lamb
level 3
25 min at 220
then 180 ... 190
70 - 90
Roasted chicken
level 2
25 min at 230/max
then 180 ... 190
55 - 65
Turkey (5.5kg)
level 1
15 min at 230/max
then 190
150 - 210
level 3
200
20 - 30
Cookies*
Dough pastry*
Rich pastry*
Meat
Lasagne*
Roast Beef
Fish
Fish
When cooking with 2 trays at the same time, place the deeper tray on the upper rack and the other one on the lower rack.
* It is suggested to perform preheating for all foods
If cooking requires preheating, heat the oven until the thermostat lamp goes out.
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Cooking and baking advice
Risk of scalding by hot steam! Take care when
opening the oven door as steam may escape.
Tips for baking
Use nonstick coated appropriate metal trays
and containers or heat-resistant silicone
moulds.
Make best use of the space on the shelf.
It is recommended to place the vessels in the
middle of the shelf.
Select the correct shelf position before turning
the oven or grill on - don’t move oven shelves
when hot.
Keep the oven door closed.
Tips for roasting
Seasoning with lemon juice and black pepper
will improve the cooking performance when
cooking a whole chicken, turkey or a large
piece of meat.
Meat with bones takes about 15 to 30
minutes longer to cook than a roast of the
same size without bones.
Let meat rest in the oven for about 10 minutes
after the cooking time. The juices will be better
distributed thought the meat and will not run
out when the meat is cut.
Fish in a heat proof dish should be placed at
the medium or lower level.
Tips for grilling
poultry and will achieve nice browning without
drying out the food. Flat pieces, meat skewers
and sausages are particularly suited for
grilling, as are vegetables with a high water
content, such as tomatoes and onions.
Distribute the pieces to be grilled on the wire
rack.
Use tray or grill pan under the wire rack in
order to collect dripping fat or juices.
Adding some water to the grill pan will assist
with cleaning.
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Tips for baking cake
If the cake is too dry, increase the temperature
by 10°C and decrease the cooking time.
If the cake is wet, use less liquid or lower the
temperature by 10°C.
If the cake is too dark on top, place it on
a lower shelf, lower the temperature and
increase the cooking time.
If cooked well on the inside but sticky on the
outside use less liquid, lower the temperature
and increase the cooking time.
Tips for baking pastry
If the pastry is too dry, increase the
temperature by 10°C and decrease the
cooking time. Dampen the layers of pastry with
a wash composed of milk, oil, egg.
If the pastry takes too long to bake, pay
attention to the thickness of the pastry you
have prepared
If the upper side of the pastry gets browned,
but the lower part is not cooked, make sure
that the amount of wash you have used for the
pastry is not too much at the bottom of the
pastry. Try to spread the wash equally over the
pastry for an even browning.
Cook the pastry in accordance with the mode
and temperature given in the cooking table.
Tips for cooking vegetables
If the vegetable dish runs out of juice and gets
too dry, cook it in a dish with a lid instead of
an open tray. Closed vessels will preserve the
juice of the dish.
If a vegetable dish is not cooked, boil the
vegetables beforehand.
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Care and maintenance
General information
Cleaning the Oven Door
Service life of the product will extend and the
possibility of problems will decrease if the product
is cleaned at regular intervals.
Don’t use any harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers for cleaning the oven door. They
could scratch the surface and damage the glass.
Risk of electric shock!
Switch off the electricity before cleaning appliance
to avoid possibility of an electric shock.
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
Allow the appliance to cool down before you clean
it.
• Clean the product thoroughly after each use.
This way it will be possible to remove cooking
residues more easily and will avoid burning them
on the next time the appliance is used.
• No special cleaning agents are required for
cleaning the product. Use warm water with
washing liquid, a soft cloth or sponge to clean the
product and wipe with a dry cloth.
• Always ensure any excess liquid is thoroughly
wiped off after cleaning and any spillage is
immediately wiped dry.
• Do not use cleaning agents that contain acid or
chloride to clean the stainless steel surfaces and
the handle.
Use a soft cloth with a liquid detergent (not
abrasive) to wipe those parts clean, paying
attention to sweep in a horizontal direction.
The surface may be damaged by some
detergents or cleaning materials.
Removal of the Oven Door
1. Open the door.
2. Unlock the clips at the hinge housing on the right
and left hand sides of the door by pressing them
down as illustrated in the diagram.
1. Door door
2. Clips
3. Oven
Do not use aggressive detergents, abrasive
cleaning powder/cream or any sharp objects.
4. Raise the door to the half-way position.
5. Remove the door by pulling it up-wards to slide it
from the hinges.
Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning.
Cleaning the control panel
Steps carried out during removing process should
be performed in reverse order to reattach the door.
Clean the control panel and control knobs with a
damp cloth and wipe them dry.
Do not remove the control knobs for control panel
cleaning.
Do not forget to close the clips at the hinge
housing when reinstalling the door.
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Removing the Inner Door Glass
The inner glass panel of the oven door can be
removed for cleaning.
When cleaning, avoid the use any harsh
abrasive chemicals or sharp metal scrapers as this
could scratch the surface and damage the glass.
Please be aware when removing and
cleaning the glass that the door has the potiential
to spring closed.
We recommend you support the door at all times or
remove the entire door assembly prior to attempting
to clean it.
4. To replace the glass follow this process in reverse
ensuring the printed surface of the glass is facing
downwards.
Ensure the glass is fully located in the lower
retaining slots before attempting to re-fit the top cap.
To clean the side wall
1. Remove the front section of the side rack by
pulling it in the oppsite direction of the side wall.
2. Remove the side rack completely by pulling it
towards you.
In order to do this:
1. Open the door fully.
Replacing the Oven Lamp
Hot surfaces may cause burns
2. The top plastic cap can be pulled away from the
retaining clips.
Make sure that the appliance is switched off and
cooled down in order to avoid the risk of an electric
shock or burns.
The oven lamp is a special lamp that can
resist up to 300ºC. (See technical specifications)
3. The inner glass can then be lifted from its
re taining slot
1. Disconnect the oven from the mains
2. Turn glass outer cover counter clockwise to
remove.
3. Remove oven lamp by turning counter
clockwise. (Dispose of carefully).
4. Replace with new lamp.
5. Replace glass outer cover.
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Installation
Before installation
The appliance is intended for installation in
Howdens kitchen cabinets.
The product should only be installed by suitably
Surfaces, synthetic laminates and adhesives
used must be heat resistant.
The product must be installed in accordance
with all local regulations.
Prior to installation, visually check the product
for any damage/defects. Do not install if any issues
are found.
Damaged products may cause risks to your own
safety.
Tower Installation
If there is a drawer beneath the oven, a shelf
must be installed between oven and drawer.
The following installation drawings are
representational and may not match exactly
with your appliance.
*
Note: Remove carcass rear panel
to assist with oven ventilation
560mm
560mm
585mm
(min)
570mm
min depth
* A minimum of 150mm² ventilation
gap is required as illustrated
(35mm x 500mm cut-out)
*
20 mm
575mm
595mm
560mm
595mm
567mm
570mm
min depth
*
560mm
585mm
(min)
20 mm
575mm
595mm
Built under installation
567mm
594mm
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Electrical Connections
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the electricity supply is switched off before connecting. Your oven is
intended for permanent installation.
Your appliance must be connected to fixed wiring via the use of a double pole switched fused spur outlet
with at least 3mm contact separation. The isolation switch must be accessible after installation (see
technical data for fuse rating). We recommend the use of an RCD device as additional protection.
We strongly recommend the appliance is connected by a qualified electrican who is a member of the
N.I.C.E.I.C who will comply with the I.E.E and any local regulations.
The terminology DOUBLE POLE -/+ means that both the live and neutral supplies are switched and
disconnected at the same time.
The terminations labelled SUPPLY are connections for the internal house wiring and the terminations
labelled LOAD are for connection to the appliance.
IMPORTANT: The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:Blue........ Neutral
Brown......Live
Green and Yellow.....Earth
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your spur box, proceed as follows;
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter ‘N’ or
coloured ‘BLACK’. The wire which coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with
the letter ‘L’ or coloured RED. The green and yellow earth ‘E’ should be connected to the terminal marked
with the following symbol ‘
Blue.
Brown.
(Neutral)
L
N
L
LOAD
SUPPLY
LOAD
DP 250V~
(Live)
Green / Yellow.
(Earth)
N SUPPLY
The appliance may be connected to the mains supply only by a competent person.
The mains lead must not be clamped, bent, trapped, or come into contact with hot parts of the appliance.
If the mains lead is damaged, it must be replaced by a qualified person (mains cable must not be
longer than 2m for safety reasons). It should be routed away from the appliance and not trapped between
the appliance and the wall.
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Your oven comes prefitted with a mains cable.
If you need to change it:
1. Open the terminal block cover with screwdriver.
2. Pass the mains lead under the cable clamp and
secure clamp with the screw over the outer
cable insulation.
3. Connect the cables according to the supplied
diagram.
4. Close the cover of the terminal block once the
wiring is complete.
5. Mains cable must not be longer than 2 metres
for safety reasons.
6. The mains lead should be routed away from the
appliance and not be trapped between the
appliance and the wall.
Installation
Slide the oven into the cabinet aperture, align
and secure.
Terminal
Live: Brown
L
N
Neutral :
Earth: Green /
Cable clamp
Cooling fan
1
2
3
1- Fan
2- Control panel
3- Door
Fix your oven with 4 screws and retainers.
Final check
Connect the appliance to the mains supply,
switch on the mains supply and check the oven’s
functions,
The Built-in cooling fan cools both the front of the
appliance and cabinetry.
Do not switch the oven off at the mains
isolation switch immediately after cooking.
Cooling fan continues to run for up to 20-30
minutes (approx) even after the oven control is
turned off.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
General
Voltage /Frequency
220-240 V ~ 50 Hz
Total power consumption
1935 W - 2300 W
Fuse
min. 13A
Oven/Grill
External dimensions (height / width / depth)
595 mm/594 mm/567mm
Installation dimensions (height / width / depth)
585-595 mm/560 mm/min. 570mm
Main oven
Fan Oven
Energy consumption
0.79 kW/h
Inner lamp
240 V/15-25 W/E14 SES/T 300 °C
H05VV-F 1.5mm² 3 Core (1.4m)
A
Mains Cable
# Basics: Information on the energy label of electrical ovens is given in accordance
with the EN 60350-1 / IEC 60350-1 standard. Those values are determined under standard load
with bottom-top heater or fan assisted heating (if any) functions.
Energy efficiency class is determined in accordance with the following prioritization depending on
whether the relevant functions exist on the product or not. 1-Cooking with eco-fan, 2- Turbo slow
cooking, 3- Turbo cooking, 4- Fan assisted bottom/top heating, 5-Top and bottom heating.
** See. Installation section.
• Technical specifications may be changed without prior notice to improve the quality of the
product.
• Figures in this manual are schematic and may not exactly match your product.
• Values stated on the product labels or in the documentation accompanying it are obtained in
laboratory conditions in accordance with relevant standards. Depending on operational and
environmental conditions of the product, these values may vary.
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Troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Solutions
Oven emits steam when it
is in use.
Food is being cooked with a high
water content
Product emits metal noises
while heating and cooling.
When the oven cavity heats up or
cools down parts will expand and
contract.
Product does not operate
The mains fuse maybe defective or
has tripped
Oven light does not work.
Oven does not heat.
It is normal that steam escapes from food during
cooking. This is not a fault.
This is quite normal and the oven is designed to
accommodate such movement (this is not a fault).
Check fuses in the fuse box. If necessary, replace or
reset them.
Product is not connected properly.
Check all power connections.
Oven bulb is defectiveReplace oven bulb
Power is cut.
Check if there is power. Check the fuses in the fuse box. If
necessary, replace or reset the fuses.
Function and/or Temperature are
not set.
Set the function and the temperature with the
Function and/or Temperature knob/key.
The timer is not adjusted correctly
Reset the oven timer.
Power is cut.
Check if there is power. Check the fuses in the fuse box. If
necessary, replace or reset the fuses.
If you cannot eliminate the problem after following the instructions in this section, consult your
depot or the Authorized Service Agent. Never try to repair a nonfunctional product yourself.
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Your guarantee
Product Guarantee Details (UK only)
Your appliance has the benefit of a comprehensive manufacturer’s guarantee
which covers the cost of breakdown repairs. (Details of which are shown on your
Proof of purchase Document).
• Any claim during the period of the guarantee MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY THE PROOF OF
PURCHASE.
• The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions and used for normal domestic purposes.
• This guarantee does not cover accidental damage, misuse or alterations which are likely to affect
the product.
• The guarantee is invalid if the product is tampered with, or repaired by any unauthorised person.
(The guarantee in no way affects your statutory or legal right)
What to do if you need to report a problem.
Please ensure you have ready:
• The product’s model and serial numbers.
• Howdens Proof of Purchase Document.
• Your full contact details.
Call the Depot number on your Proof of Purchase
Document supplied with the product / kitchen.
or
Call the LAMONA Service Line on 0845 00 60 006
*Product installed within a domestic kitchen or a non-domestic kitchen where 8 or fewer people
are using the appliance.
and serial number on
your machine.
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Open door on panel
just below door seal.
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PRODUCT FICHE
Energy Label Directive EU2010/30/EU-No65/2014 of ovens
Brand
Model
Energy Efficiency Index per cavity EEI cavity
Energy efficiency class
Energy consumption (kWh)-Conventional per cycle (1)
LAMONA
LAM3405
Energy consumption (kWh)-Forced air convection per cycle (1)
Usable volume (litres)
Number of cavity
Heat source per cavity
Electrical
Gas
Mix
93.1
A
0.79
71
1.0
x
INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
PRODUCT INFORMATION
Comply with EU directive 2009/125/EC – Regulation No 66/2014
LAMONA
LAM3405
Free Standing
Type of oven
Built-in
Mass of the appliance(M) (Net Weight) kg
Number of cavity
Electrical
Heat source per cavity
Gas
Mix
Usable volume (litres)
Energy consumption (electricity) required to heat a standardised load in a
cavity of an electric heated oven during a cycle in conventional mode per
cavity(kWh/cycle)(electric final energy) EC electric cavity
Brand
Model
Energy consumption required to heat a standardised load in a cavity of an
electric heated oven during a cycle in fan-forced mode per
cavity(kWh/cycle)(electric final energy) EC electric cavity
x
30.6
1.0
x
71
-
0.79
Energy consumption required to heat a standardised load in a gas-fired
cavity of an oven during a cycle in conventional mode per cavity (MJ/cycle)
(kWh/cycle)(gas final energy) EC gas cavity (1)
Energy consumption required to heat a standardised load in a gas-fired
cavity of an oven during a cycle in fan-forced mode per cavity (MJ/cycle)
(kWh/cycle)(gas final energy) EC gas cavity (1)
Energy Efficiency Index per cavity EEI cavity
(1) 1 kWh/cycle = 3,6 MJ/cycle.
93.1
Product serial number
(Place sticker here)
285.4454.03/R.AA/25.01.2017
ISSUE v8 250117
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