Operating Instructions
COOKER AND OVEN
GB
GB
English, 1
Contents
Installation, 1-3
Positioning and levelling
Electrical connection
Table of characteristics
Description of the appliance, 4
Overall view
Control panel
IS50E
IS50E1
Start-up and use, 5
Using the oven
Cooking modes
Practical cooking advice
Oven cooking advice table
Using the electric hob, 7
Switching the cooking zones on and off
Cooking zones
Precautions and tips, 9
General safety
Disposal
Respecting and conserving the environment
Maintenance and care, 10
Switching the appliance off
Cleaning the appliance
Replacing the oven light bulb
Cleaning the hob
Assistance
You must read these instructions prior to using
your appliance and retain them for future use.
Installation
! Before operating your new appliance please read
this instruction booklet carefully. It contains
important information concerning the safe installation
and operation of the appliance.
Levelling
If it is necessary to level the
appliance, screw the
adjustable feet into the places
provided on each corner of the
base of the cooker (see
figure).
! Please keep these operating instructions for future
reference. Make sure that the instructions are kept
with the appliance if it is sold, given away or moved.
! The appliance must be installed by a qualified
professional according to the instructions provided.
The legs* fit into the slots on
the underside of the base of
the cooker.
! Any necessary adjustment or maintenance must be
performed after the cooker has been disconnected
from the electricity supply.
Positioning and levelling
! It is possible to install the appliance alongside
cupboards whose height does not exceed that of the
hob surface.
Electrical connection
Fitting the power supply cable
400 3N
H05RR-F 5x2.5 CEI-UNEL 35363
2
3
230V
H05RR-F 3x4 CEI-UNEL 35363
1
4
5
T
S
R
1
2
3
R
2
N
S
3
R
4
5
N
4
5
N
To install the power supply cable correctly:
1. Loosen the screw V
in the terminal board
and pull the cover to
open it (see figure).
V
• Do not position blinds behind the cooker or less
than 200 mm away from its sides.
• Any hoods must be installed according to the
instructions listed in the relevant operating manual.
1
2
3
B
A
N
2
1
400V 2N
H05RR-F 4x4 CEI-UNEL 35363
min. 650 mm. with hood
min. 700 mm. without hood
420 mm.
To install the appliance correctly:
• Place it in the kitchen, dining room or the bed-sit
(not in the bathroom).
• If the top of the hob is higher than the cupboards,
the appliance must be installed at least 200 mm
away from them.
• If the cooker is
installed underneath a
HOOD
wall cabinet, there must
be a minimum distance
Min. 600 mm.
of 420 mm between this
cabinet and the top of
the hob.
This distance should be
increased to 700 mm if
the wall cabinets are
flammable (see figure).
Min.
The cable should be suited to the type of electrical
connection used, according to the following
connection diagram:
420 mm.
! Make sure that the wall in contact with the beck of
the appliance is made from a non-flammable, heatresistant material (T 90°C).
Min.
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2. Position the
connection supports A
(see figure) according
to the connection
diagram shown above.
The terminal board is
designed for singlephase 230 V
connection: terminals 1,
2 and 3 are connected
to each other; jumper 4-5 is located in the lower area
of the terminal board.
3. Position the wires N and 6 as shown in the
diagram (see figure) and proceed with the
connection process, tightening the terminal screws
as far as possible.
4. Position the remaining wires on terminals 1-2-3
and tighten the screws.
5. Fix the power supply cable in place by fastening
the cable clamp screw.
6. Close the terminal board cover by tightening the
screws V.
TABLE OF CHARACTERISTSICS
Dimensions
34x39x44
Oven HxDxW
Volume
Useful
measurements
relating to the oven
compartment
Voltage and
frequency
Electric Hob
Connecting the supply cable to the mains
Install a standardised plug corresponding to the
load indicated on the appliance data plate (see
Technical data table).
The appliance must be directly connected to the mains
using an omnipolar circuit-breaker with a minimum
contact opening of 3 mm installed between the
appliance and the mains. The circuit-breaker must be
suitable for the charge indicated and must comply with
NFC 15-100 regulations (the earthing wire must not be
interrupted by the circuit-breaker). The supply cable
must be positioned so that it does not come into
contact with temperatures higher than 50°C at any point.
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58 l
width 42 cm
depth 44 cm
height 18 cm
see data plate
Rapid Ø 180 mm:
2000 W
Rapid Ø 145 mm:
1500 W
Max. Hob Power Absorption: 7000 W
Directive 2002/40/EC on the label of
electric ovens.
Standard EN 50304
ENERGY LABEL
Energy consumption for Natural
convection – heating mode: Static
mode;
This appliance conforms to the following
European Economic Community
directives: 2006/95/EC dated 12/12/06
(Low Voltage) and subsequent
amendments - 04/108/EC dated
15/12/04 (Electromagnetic
Compatibility) and subsequent
amendments - 93/68/EEC dated
22/07/93 and subsequent amendments.
2002/96/EEC
1275/2008 (Stand-by/ Off mode)
Before connecting the appliance to the power
supply, make sure that:
• The appliance is earthed and the plug is compliant
with the law.
• The socket can withstand the maximum power of
the appliance, which is indicated by the data
plate.
• The voltage is in the range between the values
indicated on the data plate.
• The socket is compatible with the plug of the
appliance. If the socket is incompatible with the
plug, ask an authorised technician to replace it.
Do not use extension cords or multiple sockets.
! Once the appliance has been installed, the power
supply cable and the electrical socket must be
easily accessible.
! The cable must not be bent or compressed.
! The cable must be checked regularly and replaced
by authorised technicians only.
! The manufacturer declines any liability should
these safety measures not be observed.
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Description
of the appliance
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Overall view
Electric hob
GUIDE RAILS
for the sliding racks
position 5
position 4
position 3
position 2
position 1
Control panel
GRILL rack
DRIPPING PAN
Adjustable foot
Adjustable foot
Control panel
THERMOSTAT
knob
THERMOSTAT
indicator light
Timer knob*
* Only available in certain models.
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PROGRAMMER
knob
ACTIVE HOTPLATE
indicator light
ACTIVE HOTPLATE
knobs
Start-up and use
Using the oven
THERMOSTAT indicator light
! The first time you use your appliance, heat the
empty oven with its door closed at its maximum
temperature for at least half an hour. Ensure that the
room is well ventilated before switching the oven off
and opening the oven door. The appliance may emit
a slightly unpleasant odour caused by protective
substances used during the manufacturing process
burning away.
When this is illuminated, the oven is generating
heat. It switches off when the inside of the oven
reaches the selected temperature. At this point the
light illuminates and switches off alternately,
indicating that the thermostat is working and is
maintaining the temperature at a constant level.
! Before operating the product, remove all plastic
film from the sides of the appliance.
This is switched on by turning the SELECTOR knob
to any position other than “0”. It remains lit as long
as the oven is operating. By selecting 8 with the
knob, the light is switched on without any of the
heating elements being activated.
1. Select the desired cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
2. Select the recommended temperature for the
cooking mode or the desired temperature by turning
the THERMOSTAT knob.
A list detailing cooking modes and suggested
cooking temperatures can be found in the relevant
table (see Oven cooking advice table).
During cooking it is always possible to:
• Change the cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
• Change the temperature by turning the
THERMOSTAT knob.
• Set the total cooking time and the cooking end
time (see below).
• Stop cooking by turning the SELECTOR knob to
the “0” position.
! Never put objects directly on the bottom of the
oven; this will avoid the enamel coating being
damaged.
! Always place cookware on the rack(s) provided.
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Oven light
Timer*
To activate the Timer proceed as follows:
1. Turn the TIMER knob in a clockwise direction 4
for almost one complete revolution to set the buzzer.
2. Turn the TIMER knob in an anticlockwise direction
5 to set the desired length of time.
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Cooking modes
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! Do not place flammable
materials in the lower
oven compartment.
! The internal surfaces of
the compartment (where
present) may become hot
! A temperature value can be set for all cooking
modes between 50°C and MAX, except for the
GRILL programme, for which only the MAX power
level is recommended.
STATIC OVEN mode
Both the top and bottom heating elements will come
on. When using this traditional cooking mode, it is
best to use one cooking rack only. if more than one
rack is used, the heat will be distributed unevenly.
OVEN B
OTTOM mode
BOTTOM
The lower heating element is activated. This position
is recommended for perfecting the cooking of dishes
(in baking trays) which are already cooked on the
surface but require further cooking in the centre, or
for desserts with a covering of fruit or jam, which
only require moderate colouring on the surface. It
should be noted that this function does not allow the
maximum temperature to be reached inside the oven
(250°C) and it is therefore not recommended that
foods are cooked using only this setting, unless you
are baking cakes (which should be baked at a
temperature of 180°C or lower).
OVEN TOP mode
The top heating element is activated. The extremely
high and direct temperature of the grill makes it
possible to brown the surface of meats and roasts
while locking in the juices to keep them tender.
GRILL mode
The top heating element is activated. The grill is also
highly recommended for dishes that require a high
surface temperature: beef steaks, veal, rib steak,
fillets, hamburgers etc...
Important: When using the grill, the oven
door must be left partly open
.
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Practical cooking advice
! In the GRILL cooking mode, place the dripping
pan in position 1 to collect cooking residues (fat
and/or grease).
GRILL
• Insert the rack in position 3 or 4. Place the food in
the centre of the rack.
• We recommend that the power level is set to
maximum. The top heating element is regulated
by a thermostat and may not always operate
constantly.
PIZZA
• Use a light aluminium pizza pan. Place it on the
rack provided.
For a crispy crust, do not use the dripping pan as
it prevents the crust from forming by extending
the total cooking time.
• If the pizza has a lot of toppings, we recommend
adding the mozzarella cheese on top of the pizza
halfway through the cooking process.
Using the electric hob
Practical advice on using the electric
hotplates
Practical advice on using the hob
• Use pans with a thick, flat base to ensure that
they adhere perfectly to the cooking zone.
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To avoid heat loss and damage to the hotplates use
pans with a flat base, whose diameter is no less
than that of the hotplate itself.
! Before using the hotplates for the first time, you
should heat them at maximum temperature for
approximately 4 minutes, without placing any pans
on them. During this initial stage, their protective
coating hardens and reaches its maximum
resistance.
Setting
Normal or Fast Plate
0
Off
1
Cooking vegetables, fish
2
Cooking potatoes (using steam) soups,
chickpeas, beans.
3
Continuing the cooking of large quantities
of food, minestrone
4
For roasting (average)
5
For roasting (above average)
6
For browning and reaching a boil in a
short time.
• Always use pans with a diameter that is large
enough to cover the hotplate fully, in order to use
all the heat produced.
• Always make sure that the base of the pan is
completely clean and dry: this ensures that the
pans adhere perfectly to the cooking zones and
that both the pans and the hob remain effective
for a longer period of time.
• Avoid using the same cookware that is used on
gas burners: the heat concentration on gas
burners may have warped the base of the pan,
causing it not to adhere to the surface correctly.
• Never leave a cooking zone switched on without a
pan on top of it, as doing so may cause the zone
to become damaged.
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Cooking advice table for the oven
Selector knob Food to be cooked
setting
1 Convection
Duck
Roast veal or beef
Pork roast
Biscuits (short pastry)
Tarts
Lasagne
Lamb
Mackerel
Plum-cake
Cream puffs
Sponge-cake
Savoury pies
2 Pastry Mode Raised Cakes
Tarts
Fruit cakes
Brioches
Weight Cooking rack
(in kg) position from
bottom
Preheating time
(minutes)
Thermostat
knob
setting
Cooking
time
(minutes)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.3
0.5
1.5
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
15
15
15
15
15
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
200
200
200
180
180
190
180
180
170
180
170
200
65-75
70-75
70-80
15-20
30-35
35-40
50-60
30-35
40-50
30-35
20-25
30-35
0,5
1
1
0,5
3
3
3
3
15
15
15
15
160
180
180
160
30-40
35-40
50-60
25-30
3 Top Oven
Browning food to
perfect cooking
-
3/4
15
220
-
4 Grill
Soles and cuttlefish
Squid and prawn
kebabs
Cod filet
Grilled vegetables
Veal steak
Cutlets
Hamburgers
Mackerels
Toasted sandwiches
1
4
5
Max
8-10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
n.° 4
4
4
3/4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
6-8
10
10-15
15-20
15-20
7-10
15-20
2-3
NB: cooking times are approximate and may vary according to personal taste. When cooking using the grill, the
dripping pan must always be placed on the 1st oven rack from the bottom.
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Precautions and tips
! The appliance was designed and manufactured in compliance
with international safety standards.
The following warnings are provided for safety reasons and must
be read carefully.
•
•
General safety
• These instructions are only valid for the countries whose
symbols appear in the manual and on the serial number plate.
• The appliance was designed for domestic use inside the home
and is not intended for commercial or industrial use.
• The appliance must not be installed outdoors, even in covered
areas. It is extremely dangerous to leave the appliance
exposed to rain and storms.
• Do not touch the appliance with bare feet or with wet or damp
hands and feet.
• The appliance must be used by adults only for
the preparation of food, in accordance with the
instructions outlined in this booklet. Any other
use of the appliance (e.g. for heating the room)
constitutes improper use and is dangerous.
The manufacturer may not be held liable for
any damage resulting from improper, incorrect
and unreasonable use of the appliance.
• The instruction booklet accompanies a class 1 (insulated) or
class 2 - subclass 1 (recessed between 2 cupboards)
appliance.
• Keep children away from the oven.
• Make sure that the power supply cables of other electrical
appliances do not come into contact with the hot parts of the
oven.
• The openings used for the ventilation and dispersion of heat
must never be covered.
• Do not close the glass hob cover (selected models only) when
the burners are alight or when they are still hot.
• Always use oven gloves when placing cookware in the oven or
when removing it.
• Do not use flammable liquids (alcohol, petrol, etc...) near the
appliance while it is in use.
• Do not place flammable material in the lower storage
compartment or in the oven itself. If the appliance is switched
on accidentally, it could catch fire.
• Always make sure the knobs are in the • position and that the
gas tap is closed when the appliance is not in use.
• When unplugging the appliance, always pull the plug from the
mains socket; do not pull on the cable.
• Never perform any cleaning or maintenance work without
having disconnected the appliance from the electricity mains.
• If the appliance breaks down, under no circumstances should
you attempt to repair the appliance yourself. Repairs carried
out by inexperienced persons may cause injury or further
malfunctioning of the appliance. Contact Assistance.
• Do not rest heavy objects on the open oven door.
• If the cooker is placed on a pedestal, take the necessary
•
•
precautions to prevent the same from sliding off the pedestal
itself.
Do not place flammable materials in the lower oven
compartment.
The internal surfaces of the compartment (where present) may
become hot.
The appliance should not be operated by people (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capacities,
by inexperienced individuals or by anyone who is not familiar
with the product. These individuals should, at the very least,
be supervised by someone who assumes responsibility for their
safety or receive preliminary instructions relating to the
operation of the appliance.
Do not let children play with the appliance.
Disposal
• When disposing of packaging material: observe local
legislation so that the packaging may be reused.
• The European Directive 2002/96/EC relating to Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) states that
household appliances should not be disposed of using the
normal solid urban waste cycle. Exhausted appliances should
be collected separately in order to optimise the cost of reusing and recycling the materials inside the machine, while
preventing potential damage to the atmosphere and to public
health. The crossed-out dustbin is marked on all products to
remind the owner of their obligations regarding separated
waste collection.
Exhausted appliances may be collected by the public waste
collection service, taken to suitable collection areas in the
area or, if permitted by current national legislation, they may
be returned to the dealers as part of an exchange deal for a
new equivalent product.
All major manufacturers of household appliances participate in
the creation and organisation of systems for the collection and
disposal of old and disused appliances.
Respecting and conserving the
environment
• You can help to reduce the peak load of the electricity supply
network companies by using the oven in the hours between
late afternoon and the early hours of the morning.
• Check the door seals regularly and wipe them clean to
ensure they are free of debris so that they adhere properly
to the door, thus avoiding heat dispersion.
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Care and maintenance
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Switching the appliance off
Disconnect your appliance from the electricity
supply before carrying out any work on it.
Cleaning the appliance
! Do not use abrasive or corrosive detergents such
as stain removers, anti-rust products, powder
detergents or sponges with abrasive surfaces: these
may scratch the surface beyond repair.
! Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on
the appliance.
• It is usually sufficient simply to wash the hob
using a damp sponge and dry it with absorbent
kitchen roll.
• Stainless steel can be marked by hard water that
has been left on the surface for a long time, or by
aggressive detergents containing phosphorus.
After cleaning, rinse well and dry thoroughly. Any
remaining drops of water should also be dried.
! Do not close the cover when the burners are alight
or when they are still hot.
Gas tap maintenance
Over time, the taps may become jammed or difficult
to turn. If this occurs, the tap must be replaced.
!This procedure must be performed by a qualified
technician authorised by the manufacturer.
Replacing the oven light bulb
• The stainless steel or enamel-coated external
parts and the rubber seals may be cleaned using
a sponge that has been soaked in lukewarm water
and neutral soap. Use specialised products for
the removal of stubborn stains. After cleaning,
rinse well and dry thoroughly. Do not use abrasive
powders or corrosive substances.
• The hob grids, burner caps, flame spreader rings
and burners may be removed to make cleaning
easier; wash them in hot water and non-abrasive
detergent, making sure all burnt-on residue is
removed before drying them thoroughly.
• For hobs with electronic ignition, the terminal part
of the electronic lighting devices should be
cleaned frequently and the gas outlet holes
should be checked for blockages.
• The inside of the oven should ideally be cleaned
after each use, while it is still lukewarm. Use hot
water and detergent, then rinse well and dry with
a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive products.
• Clean the glass part of the oven door using a
sponge and a non-abrasive cleaning product,
then dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. Do not use
rough abrasive material or sharp metal scrapers
as these could scratch the surface and cause the
glass to crack.
• The accessories can be washed like everyday
crockery, and are even dishwasher safe.
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1. After disconnecting the
oven from the electricity
mains, remove the glass lid
covering the lamp socket (see
figure).
2. Remove the light bulb and
replace it with a similar one:
voltage 230 V, wattage 25 W,
cap E 14.
3. Replace the lid and reconnect the oven to the
electricity supply.
Assistance
Please have the following information to hand:
• The appliance model (Mod.).
• The serial number (S/N).
This information can be found on the data plate
located on the appliance and/or on the packaging.
GB
11
04/2011 - 195089006.00
XEROX FABRIANO
GB
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