590090A ELBAOB60multifunc ugm NZ AU.indd

Built-in oven
User guide
OB60 single and double models
NZ AU
Contents
Safety and warnings
Oven controls and using the analogue 60’ timer
Oven controls and setting manual mode
Oven controls and setting the clock
First use
Using your oven
Oven functions
Baking charts
Cooking with auto-off
Using the electronic timer
Automatic cooking
Care and cleaning
Cleaning the door glass – top-opening models
Cleaning the door glass – side-opening models
Troubleshooting
Warranty and service
Important!
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The models shown in this user guide may not be available in all markets and are
subject to change at any time. For current details about model and specification
availability in your country, please visit our local website listed on the back cover
or contact your local Fisher & Paykel dealer.
1
2
3
4
5
8
10
11
13
16
18
19
20
28
30
32
33
2
Safety and warnings
Your built-in oven has been carefully designed to operate safely during normal cooking
procedures. Please keep the following guidelines in mind when you are using your oven:
WARNING!
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect the oven from the power supply before any cleaning or
maintenance.
Failure to do so may result in death or electrical shock.
WARNING!
Hot Surface Hazard
Accessible parts may become hot when this oven is in use.
To avoid burns and scalds, keep children away.
Do not touch hot surfaces inside the oven.
Use oven mitts or other protection when handling hot surfaces such as oven
shelves or dishes.
Take care when opening the oven door.
Let hot air or steam escape before removing or replacing food.
Failure to follow this advice could result in burns and scalds.
Important safety instructions
Isolating switch: make sure this oven is connected to a circuit which incorporates an isolating
switch providing full disconnection from the power supply.
Household appliances are not intended to be played with by children.
Children, or persons with a disability which limits their ability to use the appliance, should have a
responsible person to instruct them in its use. The instructor should be satisfied that they can use
the appliance without danger to themselves or their surroundings.
Safe food handling: leave food in the oven for as short a time as possible before and after
cooking. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may cause food poisoning. Take
particular care during warmer weather.
Do not place aluminium foil, dishes, trays, water or ice on the oven floor during cooking as this
will irreversibly damage the enamel.
Do not stand on the door, or place heavy objects on it.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass since
they scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean any part of the oven.
Caution. Hot air can blow from under the control panel as part of the oven’s cooling system.
Do not keep flammable substances in the oven.
Do not operate your appliance by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system.
If the power supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent
or similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
Under unfavourable electrical supply conditions, the appliance may cause temporary voltage
drops.
Temperature
indicator light
Analogue 60’
timer
Temperature
knob
Function
indicator light
Function
knob
Fig. 1 Control panel – Three-function models with analogue 60’ timer
Using the analogue 60’ timer
You can use the analogue 60’ timer at any time, even when the oven is not in use.
Important!
The timer does NOT turn the oven off.
1
To set the timer
Turn the timer knob clockwise all the way
around to the 0 mark (60-minute countdown).
2
To set the timer to less than 60 minutes,
turn the knob anti-clockwise to the
required length of time.
Fig. 2 Setting the analogue 60’ timer
When the timer is set
The timer will immediately start counting down: you will see the knob slowly rotating anticlockwise towards the 0 mark.
To cancel the setting, turn the knob anti-clockwise back to the 0 mark.
When the set time is up
The timer will ring.
3
MODELS WITH ANALOGUE 60’ TIMER
Oven controls and using the analogue 60’ timer
Oven controls and setting manual mode
MODELS WITH ANALOGUE 120’ TIMER
4
Temperature
indicator light
Analogue 120’
timer
Temperature
knob
Function
indicator light
Function
knob
Fig. 3 Control panel – Four-function models with analogue 120’ timer
Important!
The oven will not work until the analogue 120’ timer has
been set either to manual mode or to cook with
auto-off.
To set manual mode
Turn the timer knob clockwise to the symbol.
You should be able to hear a click as you turn the knob
beyond the 120-minute mark.
You have now set the oven to manual mode.
Note: you may hear some ticking even after you have set the
oven to manual mode. This is normal.
To set cooking with auto-off
See section ‘Cooking with auto-off’ for instructions.
Fig. 4 Setting the oven
to manual mode
Temperature
indicator light
Clock display
Function
indicator light
Temperature
knob
Control buttons
Function
knob
5
Fig. 5 Control panel – models with top-opening door
Temperature
indicator light
Clock display
Function
indicator light
Temperature
knob
Control buttons
Function
knob
Fig. 6 Control panel – models with side-opening door
Buttons
sets the clock, shows the time of day when
oven is cooking with auto-off set
decreases time and beep volume
increases time
Illuminated symbols
If the display shows
A
U
T
O
It means that...
Fig. 7 Clock display and
control buttons
For more information
flashing
The oven is ready to be set for
cooking with auto-off.
steadily lit
The oven is set for cooking with
See section ‘Cooking with auto-off’
auto-off.
flashing and
beeping
Cooking with auto-off has
finished.
To set the clock
1
2
When the power to the oven is turned on or restored after a power failure, 0.00 will flash in
the display.
Press .
Press
and
until you have the correct time of day.
MODELS WITH THREE-BUTTON CLOCK
Oven controls and setting the clock
MODELS WITH SIX-BUTTON CLOCK
6
Oven controls and setting the clock
7
2
8
3
6
1
4
5
Fig. 8 Control panel- Double models with six-button clock
1
2
3
4
Control panel
Control buttons (for main lower oven only)
Upper oven function knob
Upper oven temperature knob
Main (lower) oven function knob
5
6
7
8
Main (lower) oven temperature knob
Main (lower) oven temperature indicator light
Upper oven temperature indicator light
Clock display
7
Buttons
sets the timer
sets the cooking time for automatic cooking
sets the stop time for automatic cooking
sets the clock, returns oven to manual mode,
cancels automatic cooking
decreases time and beep volume
increases time
Fig. 9 Clock display and
control buttons
Illuminated symbols
If the display shows
It means that...
For more information
flashing with 0.00
The clock needs to be set.
See instructions below.
U
steadily lit
The oven is set for automatic
cooking.
T
Automatic cooking has finished See section ‘Automatic cooking’
or has been set incorrectly (the
flashing and beeping
stop time is before the time of
day).
A
O
steadily lit
The timer is set.
flashing and beeping The set time is up.
See section
‘Using the electronic timer’
To set the clock
1
2
When the power to the oven is turned on or restored after a power failure, 0.00 and AUTO will
flash in the display.
Press .
Press
and
until you have the correct time of day.
MODELS WITH SIX-BUTTON CLOCK
Oven controls and setting the clock
8
First use
1
3
6
2
5
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
Control panel and knobs
Side rack
Grill tray
Step-down oven shelf
Flat oven shelf
Rubber seal
Not illustrated:
Grill rack
Baking tray
Fig. 10 Oven parts
(ovens vary – drawing for
purposes of illustration only)
First use
9
Important!
Some models only have some of the features and accessories listed above. For information on accessories,
contact Customer Care.
Before using your new oven for cooking or baking, please:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Read this user guide, taking special note of the ‘Safety and warnings’ section.
Remove all accessories and packaging. Make sure you peel any protective film off the surfaces.
Discard the film immediately, keeping it out of reach of children.
If you have purchased side catalytic panels and sliding shelf supports separately, make sure
these are fitted. See ‘Care and cleaning’ for instructions.
Models with analogue 120’ timer and electronic clock only: set manual mode (models with
analogue 120’ timer) or set the clock (models with electronic clock). The oven will not work
until this has been done.
For models with analogue 120’ timer, see ‘Oven controls and setting manual mode’ for
instructions.
For models with electronic clock, see ‘Oven controls and setting the clock’ for
instructions.
Slide in the shelf/shelves and grill tray as shown in ‘Using your oven’.
Condition the oven. Heat it on maximum temperature for the times below:
60 minutes using
Bake
30 minutes using
Fan Forced
15 minutes using
Grill
Note: some of these functions may not be available in some models.
There will be a distintcive smell during the conditioning. This is normal, but make sure your
kitchen is well ventilated.
7
Once cooled, wipe out the oven with a damp cloth and mild detergent, and dry thoroughly.
10
Using your oven
Shelf positions
Guard rail
6
5
4
3
Stop notch
Shelf positions
4
3
2
1
Stop notch
2
1
Fig. 11 Positioning the shelves and
grill tray – full and compact ovens
1
Slide in the shelves you will need, making sure that:
they are between the two wires of a shelf position or
on the sliding shelf supports
the stop notches point down
the guard rail is at the back.
Note: the grill tray should be positioned between the two
wires of a shelf position or on the sliding shelf supports,
and orientated as shown.
2
Select a function.
The oven light(s) will come on.
In single models, the function indicator light will
also come on.
3
Set the temperature.
The temperature indicator light will come on.
It will go out when the oven has reached the set
temperature.
Fig. 12 Turning the function knob
(functions and knobs may vary)
During cooking
The temperature indicator light may come on and go out
again as the oven maintains the temperature.
A cooling fan may automatically come on at different times
and blow out warm air below the control panel. It may continue
to run even after the oven has been turned off. This is normal.
Fig. 13 Turning the temperature knob
(knobs may vary)
Set the temperature back to off (0) before changing functions.
When you have finished cooking
Turn both the function and temperature knobs to the off (0) position.
Oven functions
11
Depending on your model, your oven may only have some of these functions.
OVEN LAMP
Only the oven light comes on. It remains on in all the cooking functions.
BAKE
This is the traditional method of baking. It is best to bake on only one shelf at a time in this
function. Ideal for large cakes and dishes that bake for several hours.
GRILL
Use with the oven door closed and the temperature set no higher than 225°C. For best results,
use the shelf position 4 when you want quick browning (eg toast).
OR
DEFROST
Only the oven fan comes on. Use with the temperature set to off (0). The fan circulates air around
the oven, speeding up the defrosting process by approximately 30%. Note: this function is not
for cooking food.
FAN FORCED
Great for multi-shelf cooking. The consistent temperature ensures baking is well risen. Cookies
are crisp on the outside and chewy in the middle, meat and poultry are deliciously browned and
sizzling while remaining juicy and tender.
FAN GRILL
Use with the oven door closed and the temperature set no higher than 220°C. Ideal for roasting
tender cuts of meat and poultry. Use the lower shelf positions for larger items eg a whole
chicken.
WARM
Use this function to keep cooked food hot and to warm plates and serving dishes. To reheat food
from cold, set the temperature to 150°C and reduce it to 70-100°C only when the food is piping
hot. Note: this function is not for cooking food and the temperature cannot be set higher than
150°C.
FAN BAKE
Ideal for dishes like lasagne that need to brown on top and also single trays of small cakes or
biscuits that bake in less than an hour.
12
Oven functions
Important!
Safe food handling: leave food in the oven for as short a time as possible before and after cooking or
defrosting. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may cause food poisoning. Take particular
care during warmer weather.
Notes on baking:
Preheat the oven before baking.
Do not place anything, including water, ice or aluminium foil on the oven floor.
If you have a fat filter, remove it before baking.
Using the fat filter (not supplied with the oven, purchased optionally)
Fan Bake,
Fan Grill or
Use the fat filter only when roasting meat and poultry on
Fan Forced. It helps to keep your oven clean and reduces splatter and smoking.
Clean the fat filter after every use. See ‘Care and cleaning’.
Remove the fat filter before baking: gripping the top flap, slide up to unhook it from the rear
panel.
To replace the fat filter: align with the circle in the rear panel, then slide down to hook into place.
Important!
If the fat filter is not cleaned after every use, the grease build-up will block and shorten the life of the fan
element.
Fig. 14 Removing and replacing the fat filter
Baking charts
13
Please note:
The settings in the following charts are guidelines only. Follow the instructions in your recipe or
on packaging and be prepared to adjust the oven settings and baking times to achieve the best
possible results for you.
Shelf positions are counted from the oven floor up (1 is the lowest, 4 or 6 the highest).
Arrange oven shelves before you turn the oven on, then preheat the oven to the required
temperature (until the temperature indicator light goes out).
Full ovens are ideal for multi-shelf baking or larger items.
Compact ovens are the ideal and most energy-efficient choice for baking small or flat items (eg
cookies, pizza) on a single shelf; however, they have not been designed for multi-shelf baking.
Settings in bold indicate the recommended oven function.
Baking chart - full ovens
The shelf positions recommended below use the flat oven shelf (not the step-down shelf ).
Note: the flat oven shelf and step-down shelf are not supplied with all models.
BAKE
Food
Small cakes
Scones
Sponge
Light fruit cake
Rich fruit cake
single shelf
Shelf position
Temperature (OC)
Time (mins)
2
180-190
13-17
2
210-230
multi shelf
single shelf
not recommended
multi shelf
8-12
not recommended
two small (20 cm),
staggered on shelf
2
170-190
25-35
one large (26 cm)
2
175
30-40
2
155-165
80-100
exact baking time
2
will depend on size
130-150
3-6 hours
Apple pie
1
185
35-45
Custard tart
1
220, then 180*
10, then 20-30*
* This is a two-stage baking process: adjust the temperature after the first stage.
continued...
14
Baking charts
Baking chart - full ovens
FAN BAKE
Food
Small cakes
Scones
Sponge
single shelf
Shelf position
Temperature (OC)
Time (mins)
2
150-170
13-17
multi shelf
single shelf
not recommended
2
200-220
multi shelf
two small (20 cm),
staggered on shelf
one large (26 cm)
Light fruit cake
8-12
not recommended
2
160-175
20-30
2
150
30-40
2
150-160
80-100
Rich fruit cake
not recommended
Apple pie
1
Custard tart
160
35-45
not recommended
FAN FORCED
Shelf position
Temperature (OC)
single shelf
2
150-170
13-17
multi shelf
1 and 5**
150-170
15-20
Food
Small cakes
Scones
Sponge
Light fruit cake
Rich fruit cake
Apple pie
Custard tart
Time (mins)
single shelf
2
210-230
8-12
multi shelf
1 and 5**
210-230
10-14
two small (20 cm),
staggered on shelf
2
170-190
25-35
one large (26 cm)
2
175
30-40
2
155-165
80-100
exact baking time
2
will depend on size
130-150
3-6 hours
185
35-45
1
not recommended
** Use the flat shelf in position 1 and the step-down shelf in position 5.
Baking charts
15
Baking chart - compact ovens
The shelf positions recommended below use the step-down shelf.
BAKE
Food
Shelf position
Temperature (OC)
Time (mins)
Small cakes
2
180-190
13-17
Scones
2
210-230
8-12
2
170-190
25-35
Sponge
two small (20 cm),
staggered on shelf
one large (26 cm)
Light fruit cake
Rich fruit cake
2
175
30-40
2
155-165
80-100
exact baking time
2
will depend on size
130-150
3-6 hours
Apple pie
1
185
35-45
Custard tart
1
220, then 180*
10, then 20-30*
* This is a two-stage baking process: adjust the temperature after the first stage.
MODELS WITH ANALOGUE 120’ TIMER
16
Cooking with auto-off
Use the analogue 120’ timer to automatically turn the oven off when the set cooking time has
elapsed.
To set the oven for cooking with auto-off
1
2
Select the function and set the temperature.
Turn the timer knob to the length of time you want the
oven to cook (up to 120 minutes).
Fig. 15 Setting the analogue 120’ timer to
turn the oven off automatically
Fig. 16 Changing from manual mode to cooking with auto-off
Important!
If the oven is in manual mode and you want to set it to cook with auto-off, make sure you start turning the
timer knob anti-clockwise. Forcing the knob from the symbol clockwise to O (off) could damage it.
When auto-off is set
The timer will immediately start counting down: you
will see the knob slowly rotating anti-clockwise towards the 0 (off ) position.
To cancel the auto-off setting, set the oven to manual mode by turning the timer knob clockwise
to the symbol.
When the cooking time is over
The oven will automatically turn off.
Important!
The oven will NOT beep or ring when the set cooking time has elapsed.
The oven may turn off before the marker on the timer knob lines up with the 0 (off) position.
This is normal.
17
Use auto-off to automatically turn the oven off
when the set cooking time has elapsed.
To set the oven for cooking with auto-off
1
2
Set the oven:
Check the clock shows the correct time (eg 12:07).
Select the function and set the temperature.
The oven will turn on.
Fig. 17 Three-button clock display
and control buttons
Set the cooking time:
Decide how long the food will take to cook,
allowing time for preheating if necessary
(eg 40 minutes).
Press
.
While AUTO is flashing, use
and
to set the cooking time (eg 40 minutes).
Notes on setting the cooking time
If the cooking time is 99 minutes or less:
you can set it in 10-second steps
the remaining time will count down in seconds (min.sec).
If the cooking time is 100 minutes (ie 1 hour 40 minutes) or more:
you can set it in 1-minute steps
the remaining time will start counting down in minutes (h.min).
When auto-off is set
The time will start counting down and the clock display will show the remaining time with AUTO
steadily lit.
To see the current time of day, press
.
To cancel the auto-off setting, press
and
together. The current time of day will appear in
the display. Turn the function and temperature knobs to O (off ).
When the cooking time is over
The oven will automatically turn off (eg at 12:47). AUTO will start flashing, the current time of day
will appear in the display and the timer will beep:
1
2
Press any button to stop the beeping and return the oven to manual mode.
Turn the function and temperature knobs to O (off ).
MODELS WITH THREE-BUTTON CLOCK
Cooking with auto-off
MODELS WITH SIX-BUTTON CLOCK
18
Using the electronic timer
You can use the timer at any time, even when
the oven is not in use.
Important!
The timer does NOT turn the oven off.
To set the timer
1
2
Press
. 0.00 will show and the
symbol
will start flashing.
Press
and
to set the time you want (up to 23 hours
and 59 minutes, in 1-minute steps).
After a few seconds, the clock will show the
time of day with the
symbol steadily lit.
The timer is now counting down.
Fig. 18 Six-button clock display
and control buttons
To check the remaining time
Press
.
To cancel the timer
1
2
Press
.
Press
until the time is reset to 0.00
After a few seconds, the clock will show the time of day.
When the set time is up
The timer will beep and the
symbol will flash. Press
to stop the beeping and turn the timer
off.
After a few seconds, the clock will show the time of day.
To adjust the beep volume
Press
to hear the next volume level. The last one selected will be stored.
19
Important!
Only the lower (main) oven can be set for
automatic cooking.
To set the oven for automatic cooking
1
Set the oven:
Fig. 19 Six-button clock display
Check the clock shows the correct time (eg 12:07).
and control buttons
Select the function and set the temperature. The oven will turn on.
2
Set the cooking time:
Decide how long the food will take to cook, allowing time for preheating if necessary
(eg 40 minutes).
Press
.
Use
and
to set the cooking time. AUTO will show in the display.
Set the stop time:
Decide when you want your food to be ready by (eg 13:30).
Press
.
Use
and
to set the stop time.
3
You can turn the oven on manually and set it to turn off automatically by setting the stop time
(step 3 above).
When automatic cooking is set
If there is time before cooking starts, the oven will turn off and the current time of day and AUTO
will show in the clock display, indicating that the oven is set for automatic cooking. Note: the
cooling fan may stay on.
The oven will automatically turn on at the required time (eg 12:50) and turn off at the set stop
time (eg 13:30).
To see the remaining cooking time, press
.
To see the set stop time, press
.
To cancel automatic cooking, press and turn the function and temperature knobs to 0 (off ).
1
2
When the stop time is reached
The oven will turn off, the timer will beep and AUTO will flash.
Press to stop the beeping and return the oven to manual mode.
Turn the function and temperature knobs to O (off ).
MODELS WITH SIX-BUTTON CLOCK
Automatic cooking
20
Care and cleaning
Important!
Always disconnect the oven from the power supply before any cleaning or maintenance.
Electronic clock models: When you turn the power back on after cleaning, you will have to set the
clock.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, cloths or pads to clean any part of your oven. Some nylon scourers
may also scratch. Check the label.
See the following pages for instructions on removing and refitting different parts of the oven for
cleaning.
Before cleaning, make sure the oven is a safe temperature to touch.
Do not use a steam cleaner.
What?
How?
General advice
Stainless steel
surfaces
Wipe out the oven after every
use.
Wipe up spills as soon as the
oven is a safe temperature to
touch.
1
2
3
Wipe the soiling off with a
cloth using a mild household
detergent or stainless steel
cleaner.
Wipe the surface dry.
Use a suitable stainless steel
polish.
External glass
surfaces
Wipe with a damp cloth or use a
glass cleaner.
Oven cavity
(enamel)
1
2
3
4
Side racks, oven
shelves, trays
Remove everything from the
oven: all shelves and trays, the
side racks, the catalytic panels
and fat filter if supplied.
Remove the oven door (see
instructions on following
pages).
Wipe the inside of the oven
using a household detergents
or an ammonia-based cleaner.
Wipe clean with a damp cloth
and allow to dry completely.
Clean these using a solution of
detergent and hot water. They
are also dishwasher safe.
If badly soiled, soak in a solution
of hot water and biological
clothes washing powder to
make cleaning easier.
Important!
Avoid leaving alkaline or acidic
substances (such as lemon juice,
vinegar or salty spills) on the oven
surfaces.
Do not use cleaning products with
a chlorine or acidic base.
Immediately wipe off any caustic
cleaners if they are spilled onto
the oven door handle or the knobs.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners
or sharp metal scrapers since they
scratch the surface and may result
in the glass shattering.
To make cleaning the oven ceiling
easier, the grill element in some
full ovens can be lowered.
See Fig. 22.
If using ‘off the shelf’ oven
cleaners, always follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Care and cleaning
What?
How?
If you roast or grill a lot of meat
and hardly ever bake, heating
an empty oven for 60-90 mins
at 250oC on
Bake from time
to time will help the panels to
break down any greasy soiling.
To remove large food particles:
gently wash the panels in warm
soapy water. Rinse in clean
water and allow to dry naturally.
If the panels become
oversaturated, they will appear
shiny and their ability to ‘selfclean’ will be reduced. In this
event, they can be reversed.
Side catalytic
panels (not
supplied with the
oven, purchased
optionally)
Sliding shelf
supports (not
supplied with the
oven, purchased
optionally)
Wipe with a damp cloth and mild
detergent. Do not wipe off or wash
away the white lubricating grease
(visible when the slides are
extended).
21
Important!
These panels are normally ‘selfcleaning’ because their special
enamel breaks down greasy
splatters when the oven is used for
‘non-greasy’ baking, especially at
high temperatures.
Never use scourers, brushes,
abrasives or cleaners with acid
or alkali content on the catalytic
panels.
Do not wash these in the dishwasher,
immerse in soapy water, or use oven
cleaner on them as doing so will
remove the white lubricating grease
and prevent the slides from running
smoothly.
If lightly soiled: wash in
dishwasher (normal cycle).
If heavily soiled:
Place under water in a pan.
Add two tablespoons of clothes
washing powder.
Bring to the boil.
Leave to soak for 30 minutes.
Rinse in clean water and dry.
Clean after every use. If the filter is not
cleaned, the grease build-up will block
and shorten the life of the fan element.
Rubber seal framing
the oven cavity
Wipe very gently with a damp cloth
and mild detergent.
Take care not to unhook and
displace the rubber seal while
cleaning it.
Take care not to spray any oven
cleaner or other caustic cleaner on
the rubber seal, as doing so may
damage the rubber.
Knobs
1
Fat filter
(not supplied
with the oven,
purchased
optionally)
1
2
3
4
5
2
Wipe with a damp cloth and
Do not use stainless steel or oven
mild detergent.
cleaner on the knobs, as doing so may
Dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. damage their coating.
22
Care and cleaning
Important!
TOP-OPENING MODELS – We recommend removing the door to make cleaning the interior parts
of the oven easier. See below for removing and refitting the oven door.
SIDE-OPENING MODELS – Do not attempt to remove a side-opening oven door. Doing so will
void the warranty. Side-opening doors can only be removed by a Fisher & Paykel authorised
technician.
Removing and refitting a top-opening oven door
To remove the door
1
Open the door fully.
2
Open the levers.
Lever
Hook into
3
Hold the door.
5
Disengage the hinges and
remove the door.
4
Close the door until the levers
hook to it.
To refit the door
Repeat these steps in reverse order.
C
Care and cleaning
23
Removing and refitting the side racks (and catalytic panels if installed)
Important!
Only some full ovens have a lamp in the left oven wall.
Fixing screw
Fixing screw hole
Fig.20 Side rack and catalytic panel in full oven cavity
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
Fig.21 Side rack in compact oven cavity
To remove a side rack and catalytic panel
Models with top-opening doors only: For easier access to the fixing screws, we recommend
removing the oven door first. See ‘Removing and refitting a top-opening oven door.’
Using a small coin or a flat-head screwdriver, loosen and remove the front and back fixing screws,
as shown.
Remove the side rack.
Once you have removed a side rack, the catalytic panel behind it (if fitted) will also be released.
To refit a side rack and catalytic panel
If the oven has catalytic panels, align a panel with the fixing screw holes and hold it in place,
making sure that:
the arrow on the panel is pointing up
if one panel has a hole, it will be on the left oven wall (to fit around the lamp)
Loosely screw in the the back fixing screw.
Position the side rack. In full ovens, make sure it is the right way up, as shown.
Loosely screw in the front fixing screw.
Check that both fixing screws are straight, then tighten them.
Models with top-opening doors only: If you removed the door, refit it.
24
Care and cleaning
Drop-down grill element (some full ovens only)
To lower the grill element: use a flat-head screwdriver or a small coin to loosen the element
fixing screw.
When you have finished cleaning the oven ceiling, raise the grill element and screw the element
fixing screw back onto the stud. Make sure that the fixing screw is tightened and the element is
held securely in place.
The grill element itself is self-cleaning.
Fixing screw
Stud
Fig. 22 Lowering the grill element
Care and cleaning
25
Removing and refitting the sliding shelf supports
(not supplied with the oven, purchased optionally)
Important!
Remove the side racks first to make removing the sliding shelf supports easier.
In full ovens, the sliding supports can only be used on shelf positions 1,2 and 3.
In compact ovens, the sliding shelf supports can only be used on shelf position 2.
When refitting the sliding shelf supports, make sure that you fit:
the side racks first
the slides to the top wire of a shelf position (1,2 or 3 in full ovens; 2 in compact ovens)
both sides of each pair of slides
both slides on the same level.
1
2
1
Fig.23a Removing the sliding shelf supports
Fig.23b Refitting the sliding shelf supports
26
Care and cleaning
Replacing the oven light bulb(s)
Note: oven bulb replacement is not covered by your warranty.
LEFT LAMP (some models only)
1
Let the oven cavity and the grill element cool down.
2
Important!
3
4
Disconnect the oven from the power supply before continuing.
Remove the left side rack (and catalytic panel if fitted). See ‘Removing and refitting the side racks
(and catalytic panels if installed).
Press down on the lamp cover and rotate to remove.
Important!
Never use screwdrivers or other utensils to remove the lamp cover, as doing so could damage the
surrounding enamel. Only use your hands.
5
6
Unscrew and replace the bulb with a new one suitable for high temperatures (300oC) with the
following specifications: 220-240V, E14 and same wattage as the bulb being replaced (check
wattage stamped on the bulb).
Refit the lamp cover, operating in reverse order. Make sure that it clicks into place.
Important!
7
8
The notch in the inner edge of the cover must be on the side closer to the back of the oven.
Refit the left side rack (and the left catalytic panel if fitted).
Turn the power to the oven back on. Set the clock.
Care and cleaning
TOP RIGHT LAMP
1
Let the oven cavity and the grill element cool down.
2
Important!
3
4
5
6
Disconnect the oven from the power supply before continuing.
Twist the lamp cover off.
Unscrew and replace the bulb with a new one suitable for high temperatures (300oC) with the
following specifications: 220-240V, E14 and same wattage as the bulb being replaced (check
wattage stamped on the bulb).
Twist the lamp cover back on.
Turn the power to the oven back on. If your model has an electronic clock, set the clock.
1
2
Notch
LEFT LAMP (some models only)
Fig.24 Removing the oven lamps
27
28
Cleaning the door glass – top-opening models
Important!
The outer pane is not removable.
Take care, the glass pane is heavy.
Place the removed glass pane on a safe, soft surface.
To remove the inner pane and clean the glass
1
Open the door fully.
2
Open the levers.
Lever
Hook into
3
Close door until the levers hook
to the door.
4
Remove the seal by unhooking
its fixing hooks (some doors only).
Seal
5
Slide out the inner pane.
6
Clean the glass.
Use a soft cloth with a solution of mild
detergent or baking soda and hot water,
then wipe dry.
Wipe with a glass cleaner and dry with a
soft, lint-free cloth.
Important!
Don’t use any harsh/abrasive cleaners, scouring
pads, steel wool or sharp metal scrapers. These
scratch the surface, which in turn could result in
the glass cracking or shattering.
Cleaning the door glass – top-opening models
29
To refit the inner pane
1
Make sure the open levers firmly
hook to the door.
2
Check the rubber pads are in place.
Rubber pads
3
Check the pane is the right way
around . You should be able to read
any wording that may be on the
pane.
4
Insert the pane into the slide guides
and slide it to the bottom retainers.
Slide guides
F
Bottom
retainers
1
5
Replace the seal (some doors only).
6
Open the door fully and close the
levers.
Lever
Seal
30
Cleaning the door glass – side-opening models
Important!
Depending on the model, the oven door is hinged either on the left or the right.
Removing and refitting the inner pane requires at least two people. Do not attempt to do this on
your own, as you could get injured or the oven could get damaged.
The outer pane is not removable.
Take care, the glass pane is heavy.
Place the removed glass pane on a safe, soft surface.
To remove the inner pane and clean the glass
1
Open the door. One person
should hold it still while the
other removes the inner pane.
2
Remove the seal by unhooking
its fixing hooks.
Seal
3
Gently slide out the inner pane.
Forcing the glass may damage
the hinges.
4
Clean the glass.
Use a soft cloth with a solution of mild
detergent or baking soda and hot water,
then wipe dry.
Wipe with a glass cleaner and dry with a
soft, lint-free cloth.
Important!
Don’t use any harsh/abrasive cleaners, scouring
pads, steel wool or sharp metal scrapers. These
scratch the surface, which in turn could result in
the glass cracking or shattering.
Cleaning the door glass – side-opening models
31
To refit the inner pane
1
Make sure that one person is holding
the door firmly in place while the
other is refitting the inner pane.
2
Check the rubber pads are in place.
Rubber
D pads
3
Check the pane is the right way
around. You should be able to
read any wording that may be on
the pane.
4
Insert the pane into the slide guides
and gently slide it to the bottom
retainers. Forcing the glass may
damage the hinges.
E
1
Slide
F guide
5
Replace the seal.
H retainer
Bottom
Seal
32
Troubleshooting
If you can’t find an answer to your problem in the chart below, or if the problem cannot be fixed,
you will need technical help. Contact your Authorised Service Centre or Customer Care.
Problem
The oven is not
heating and the
oven light is off.
Possible cause
No power supply to the
oven.
Models with analogue 120’
timer: the oven has not
been set to manual mode.
Models with electronic
clock: the clock has not
been set.
Models with six-button
electronic clock: the oven
is set for automatic
cooking.
Electronic clock
The power to the oven
models: 0.00 is
has been turned on or
flashing in the clock restored after a power
display and the
failure.
oven will not work.
The oven light does The light bulb has blown.
not come on, but
the oven is heating.
Food has high moisture
Condensation:
droplets of water in content or local climate
or around oven (e.g. (temperature, humidity) is
contributing to
on control panel,
condensation.
oven door, rubber
seal framing the
cavity, surrounding
cabinetry).
Fan noise and
A cooling fan in the oven
ventilation air are
runs to keep the oven
coming from the
door and control panel
oven both during
cool at all times. It may
and after use.
continue to run after the
oven has been turned off.
Uneven baking
Oven not properly
results.
preheated.
Incorrect function,
bakeware, cooking time,
or shelf position.
What to do
Check that the oven is connected to the power
supply and the power is turned on. If it is and
the oven still doesn’t work, there may be a
power failure in your home or area.
Set the oven to manual mode by turning the
timer knob clockwise to the symbol.
Set the clock. See ‘Oven controls and setting
the clock’ for instructions.
See section ‘Automatic cooking’ for
information.
Set the clock. See ‘Oven controls and setting
the clock’ for instructions.
Replace the bulb. See instructions in ‘Care and
cleaning’.
Some condensation is normal. You can wipe
the droplets off with a soft cloth.
This is normal and requires no action.
Put the food in the oven only when the
temperature indicator light has gone out.
See ‘Baking charts’ for recommendations.
Warranty and service
33
Before you call for service or assistance ...
Check the things you can do yourself. Refer to the installation instructions and your user guide
and check that:
1
2
your product is correctly installed.
you are familiar with its normal operation.
If after checking these points you still need assistance or parts, please refer to the Service &
Warranty document for warranty details and your nearest Authorised Service Centre, or contact
us through our local website listed on the back cover.
This oven has been designed and constructed in accordance with the following
codes and specifications:
In New Zealand and Australia:
AS/NZS 60335-1 General Requirements for Domestic electrical appliances
AS/NZS 60335-2-6 Particular Requirements for Domestic electrical cooking appliances
AS/NZS 1044 Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements.
www.elba.co.nz
www.elba.com.au
Copyright © Fisher & Paykel 2010. All rights reserved.
The product specifications in this booklet apply to the specific products
and models described at the date of issue. Under our policy of continuous
product improvement, these specifications may change at any time. You
should therefore check with your Dealer to ensure this booklet correctly
describes the product currently available.
NZ AU
F&P PN - 590090 A
F&P ITALY PN - 1103607-ß1
07.2010