LOGIK Built-in Oven LBMFMX14 Manual

Instruction Manual
Multi-function Stainless
Steel Built-in Oven
LBMFMX14
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Contents
Safety Warnings............................................................................................................................. 4
Unpacking...................................................................................................................................... 6
Installation..................................................................................................................................... 7
Installing the Built-in Oven........................................................................................................... 8
Making an Electrical Connection................................................................................................. 9
Terminal Box Connections............................................................................................................ 9
Product Overview........................................................................................................................ 10
Front View................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Control Panel............................................................................................................................................................ 10
First Time Use of the Oven/Grill.................................................................................................. 11
Thermostat Control..................................................................................................................... 11
Using the Oven............................................................................................................................ 11
Replacing the Anti-tilting Oven Shelf........................................................................................ 12
Using the Timer Control.............................................................................................................. 12
Using the automatic timer function................................................................................................................ 12
Using the Functions and Temperature Controls....................................................................... 13
Function Selector Control........................................................................................................... 14
Thermostat Control..................................................................................................................... 14
Cleaning Tips................................................................................................................................ 15
Cleaning the Outside of the Oven.............................................................................................. 15
Cleaning the Oven Door Glass.................................................................................................... 15
Replacing the Oven Lamp........................................................................................................... 16
Door Removal.............................................................................................................................. 16
Taking out the Glass from the Oven Door for Cleaning............................................................ 17
Energy Saving Tips and Energy Label........................................................................................ 18
-- Main Oven...................................................................................................................................................... 18
Product Fiche and Specifications............................................................................................... 19
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Safety Warnings
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
• It is recommended that this appliance is installed by a qualified electrical
engineer. The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage caused by
incorrect installation.
• Check whether there is any damage to the appliance after you have
unpacked it. If any damage is found, do not use the appliance and
contact the store where you purchased it.
• This appliance is for Domestic Use only.
• For disconnection from the mains supply you must have a switch with
a contact separation of at least 3.0 mm in all poles and suitably rated that
provides full disconnection, this must be incorporated in the fixed wiring
in accordance with the local wiring rules.
• If your mains cable gets damaged, it should be replaced by an authorized
service agent or qualified electrician in order to avoid a hazard.
• Only operate your appliance in a dry atmosphere.
• Ensure that the appliance is switched off at the mains supply switch
and allowed it to completely cool down before cleaning, replacing the
oven lamp or performing any maintenance to avoid the possibility of an
electric shock.
• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above
and 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.
• Children shall not play with the appliance.
• Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
• During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid
touching the heating elements inside the oven.
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• The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use. Young
children should be kept away.
• Danger of fire: Do not store items in the oven other than the accessories
supplied.
• When the oven is hot never touch the oven glass or any other parts that
get hot. Allow the oven to cool before touching these parts.
• Do not use harsh abrasives cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the
oven door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in
the glass shattering.
• Before starting to use your appliance, keep curtains, tulle, paper
or flammable materials away from your appliance. Do not keep
combustible or flammable things in or on the appliance.
• This appliance is for cooking purposes only. It must not be used for other
purposes, for example room heating.
• Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning the appliance.
• Do not rest any items on or stand on the open door.
• Take care when handling parts with glass, knocks, chips, heavy handling
and dropping could cause the glass to shatter.
• The glass oven door uses toughened glass and is designed to break into
many ‘nugget’ size pieces if it breaks. These pieces will still have sharp
edges, please handle broken glass with care.
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Thank you for purchasing your new Logik Multi-function Stainless Steel Built-in Oven.
You must read this manual in order to fully understand how to install and operate it correctly.
Read all the safety warnings carefully before use and keep this manual for future reference.
Unpacking
Remove all packaging from the unit. Retain the packaging. If you dispose of it please do so according
to local regulations.
The following items are included:
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The Main Unit
Grill Pan x 1
Grill Rack x 1
Grill Pan Handle x 1
Oven Shelf x 2
Fixing Screws x 4
If items are missing or damaged please contact Partmaster (UK only).
Tel: 0344 800 3456 for assistance.
* All images are for indication only; please refer to your individual unit for actual item.
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Installation
• The electrical connection of this oven should be carried out by a qualified electrician.
Following the instructions in the installation section of this manual and in compliance with
the current regulations.
• The oven is intended for household use only.
• This oven must be installed in compliance with local safety regulations.
• Wiring connections must be in accordance with Local Wiring Rules and any particular conditions of the
local authority.
• Refer to the data plate for rating information. The data plate is positioned on the rear of the oven. The wiring
diagram is positioned on the rear panel of the appliance.
• A means of disconnection with a contact separation of at least 3mm must be supplied in the fixed wiring.
If this does not exist a qualified electrician will need to fit one.
• This appliance must be properly earthed.
• Do not lift the appliance by the door handles.
• Prepare the cupboard opening to match your appliance measurements. (See diagrams)
• Slide appliance into the cupboard, ensuring that the mains cable (where fitted) does not kink.
• To prevent tipping, secure your oven into the cupboard by fastening with the 2 screws supplied.
• The cabinet must be suitable for use with built-in ovens and capable of withstanding 100°C. Installation into
low temperature tolerant cabinetry (e.g. Vinyl coated) may result in deterioration of the low temperature
coating by discolouring or bubbling.
• Ensure the cabinet is rated at a temperature suitable for built in ovens. We cannot accept responsibility for
damage caused by installation into low temperature tolerant cabinets.
• After installation, test and ensure that the appliance operates correctly.
To avoid any potential hazard, you must follow these instructions when you install your appliance.
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Installing the Built-in Oven
1.
The space where the oven will be placed needs to be at least 560mm wide, 560mm deep and 600mm high.
A minimum gap of 2.5cm between the work surface and the control panel, and a distance of 5cm between
the work surface and top of the oven is needed, in order to be able to get to the back of the oven if
necessary and for easy access when sliding the oven out.
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600mm
600mm
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Min 560mm
Cabinet cut - out sizes
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56m
5mm
Max 565m
m
Cabinet cut - out sizes
Countertop
Distance between
Countertop
countertop and Min.2.5cm
control panel
Distance between
countertop and Min.2.5cm
control panel
Built-in hob
Built-in hob
Min. 5cm
Distance between
countertop and
top panel
Min.
5cmof built-in
oven
Control
panel
Control
panelBuilt-in oven
Distance between
countertop and
top panel of built-in
oven
2.
Ensure the electrical connectionsBuilt-in
have oven
been made.
3.
Once the oven has been positioned into the gap, the front frame of the oven can be secured to the
surrounding kitchen unit using the mounting screws.
557mm
595mm
Front
frame
m
m
75
m
576mm
595mm
5
5m
59
Wooden
part
Mounting
screw
Mounting screws
Insert the oven into the cabinet by pushing it back into the space within the cabinet. Open the oven door
and insert the screws into the holes located on the oven frame. While the product frame touches the
wooden surface of cabinet, tighten the screws.
8 * All images are for indication only; please refer to your individual unit for actual item.
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Making an Electrical Connection
An approved suitable cable must be connected from the Consumer Unit (main fuse box)and be protected by
its own 30amp fuse or Micro Circuit Breaker (MCB).
The electrician must provide a fused double-pole isolation switch, which disconnects both the line (live) and
neutral conductors, with a contact separation of at least 3 mm incorporated into the fixed wiring. The fused
switch should be fitted to the kitchen wall, and must be placed in an easy accessible position in accordance
with IEE regulations. Connect the fused switch to a junction box which should be fitted on the wall. The ovens
power supply cable can then be connected. Connect one end to the junction box and connect the other end
to the ovens power connection box which is located at the back of the oven. Remove the cover of the power
connection box and install the cable, in accordance with the connection diagram. The power supply cable must
be positioned away from direct heat sources. It should not be subjected to a temperature rise of more than
50°C above room temperature.
Terminal Box Connections
For this oven, the cable type must be a minimum of H05VV-F
(PVC insulated and sheathed) 3 cores x 4mm2 and the connection
should be made as detailed below.
This appliance must be earthed
Green / Yellow (Earth) to the PE ( ) terminal
Brown (Live) wire to the terminal marked L
Blue (Neutral) wire to the terminal marked N
Minimum cable
2
H05VV- F4 mm
Ensure the cable exits through the cable grip
clamping on the outer sheath of the cable
and fix in place by tightening the fixing screw.
Ensure all screws are adequately tightened.
Do not over tighten as you may risk damaging
the screw threads.
8061424
Grounding lead must be connected
to screw with
symbol.
* All images are for indication only; please refer to your individual unit for actual item.
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Product Overview
Front View
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1
4
2
3
1.
Control Panel
3.
Shelf guide slots
2.
Fan
4.
Oven shelf
Control Panel
4
5
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1
2
3
1.
Thermostat Control
4.
Thermostat Lamp
2.
Timer
5.
Oven Indicator Lamp
3.
Function Selector Control
* All images are for indication only; please refer to your individual unit for actual item.
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First Time Use of the Oven/Grill
• Unpack the oven. Remove any insert cards or plastic bags. Use a damp cloth to carefully wipe the inner
cavity wall and housing. Clean all the detachable parts in hot, soapy water before using.
• Ensure the appliance is installed correctly before turn it on.
• Heat the appliance on maximum, making sure the room is well ventilated as there may be a little smoke
and odour. This is normal, and is due to the protective substance on the appliance which protects it during
shipping from the factory. Switch the appliance off once the smoke and odour has stopped. This can take
up to 30 minutes.
If the time has not been set or a cooking program has been set on the digital timer, the oven will not
operate. If the oven fails to function, please ensure the timer is set correctly.
Thermostat Control
The temperature can be set from 50°C - 250°C. Select the desired
temperature, as follows:
To keep food warm
For traditional oven cooking
For all types of grilling
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50 - 100°C position
50 - 250°C position
190°C position
Using the Oven
• Under no circumstances should the oven be lined with aluminium foil as overheating may occur.
• Do not place dishes or baking trays directly onto the base of the oven as it becomes very hot and
damage may occur.
• Bread may catch fire if the toasting time is too long. Close supervision is necessary during toasting.
• During use, this appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching hot surfaces,
e.g., oven door, heating elements.
• Accessible parts may become hot when in use. Children should be kept away.
• Do not leave the handle in position when grilling. If the handle is left in position when grilling,
it will get very hot.
• To get the best results, the smallest distance allowed
between the food and the upper heating element is 30mm.
• On the wall of inner cavity there are 5 different shelf
guide slots. You can place the shelf at different heights
to achieve the best cooking performance depending on
the heat of the heating elements and the size of food.
If only the upper heating element is on, we suggest
that you place the shelf on guide 5 (ensure a minimum
distance of 30mm between the food and the upper
heating element).
Guide 5
Guide 4
Guide 3
Guide 2
Guide 1
* All images are for indication only; please refer to your individual unit for actual item.
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• Always monitor the food during cooking to ensure that you are not overcooking it.
• For heavy food, use an oven tray (not supplied) rather than the wire shelf.
• Select the oven function you require. Select the temperature you require.
• Before placing food in the oven you may need to pre-heat the oven for 10 minutes.
• The temperature light will go out when the chosen temperature has been reached.
• To switch the oven off turn the function control dial to the off position ‘0’.
Using the grill
• Place the grill pan on an oven shelf at your desired height, the smallest distance allowed between the food
and the grill element is 30mm.
• When using the grill remove the handle and close the door. Do not leave unattended whilst grilling.
• Use the supplied handle when removing the grill pan.
• The grill pan has a detachable handle. Ensure when using the grill pan handle that it is centralised
and secure as shown.
Replacing the Anti-tilting Oven Shelf
• Insert the shelf at an angle with the vertical section to the rear to clear the stops at either
side of the guide slot. Once past this stop the shelf can be placed level again.
• To remove, completely angle the shelf upward so the shelf stop
is cleared from the guide stop.
Using the Timer Control
O minder or an automatic
The timer control can be used as either a minute
oven timer function and can be set at any time between 0 and
120 minutes. An alarm bell will sound once the time has elapsed.
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• To use the timer control as an automatic oven timer function,
turn the dial clockwise to select the desired time.
• To use the timer as a minute minder, turn the dial anti-clockwise
past the symbol to select the desired time.
• To use the oven without the automatic oven timer the control
must be turned to the manual symbol .
The oven must be set to the
position to be used manually.
Using the automatic timer function
1.
Set the cooking function and temperature required.
2.
Turn the timer control clockwise to select the cooking time.
3.
The alarm bell will sound and the oven will automatically switch off when the cooking time has elapsed.
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Using the Functions and Temperature Controls
Symbol
Function Description
The oven light will be turned on.
Rapid Preheating
Use this function to heat the oven quickly.
Defrost Function
To use the defrost function, place your frozen food in the oven on a shelf placed in the
3rd guide slot from the bottom. Place an oven tray under the defrosting food, to catch the
water accumulated due to melting ice. This function will not cook or bake your food,
it will only help to defrost it.
Faster Grilling Function
This function is used for faster grilling and for covering a larger surface area, such as grilling
meats, which tend to take up more room on a grilling rack. The grill pan and rack should be
used together to catch the drips of oil or fat.
Enhanced Grilling Function
This function increases the temperature in the top part of the oven’, which makes it suitable
for browning and roasting larger portions of food. The grill pan and rack should be used
together to catch the drips of oil or fat.
Grilling Function
This function is used for grilling foods such as cheese on toast, always use the highest
shelf. Lightly brush the grill rack with oil to stop foods sticking and place the foods in the
centre. The grill pan and rack should be used together to catch the drips of oil.
Lower Heating Function
This function uses only the lower element and can be used for baking cakes.
Static Cooking Function
The static cooking function emits heat, ensuring even cooking of the lower and upper food,
this is an excellent function for making pastries, cakes, baked pasta, lasagne and pizza.
Preheating the oven for 10 minutes is recommended.
Convection Heating Function
This function ensures that heat is evenly dispersed throughout the oven, allowing lower
baking temperatures to be used.
Fan Function
This function is very good for pastry baking. Cooking is carried out by the lower and
upper heating element within the oven and by the air circulation device, which will give
a slight grill effect to the food. The fan evenly disperses the heat of the oven.
Convection Heating with Lower Heating Element Function
This function increases the temperature at the bottom of the oven and is useful for baking
pizzas and cakes.
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Function Selector Control
This control is used to select the available cooking functions, which are:
Symbol
Oven Light
Oven Indicator Light
Thermostat Indicator
Light
Thermostat
Fan
Upper Heating
Element
Lower Heating
Element
Grill Element
Ring Element
Thermostat Control
The temperature can be set from 50°C - 250°C. Select the desired temperature,
as follows:
To keep food warm
For traditional oven cooking
For all types of grilling
50 - 100°C position
50 - 250°C position
190°C position
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Cleaning Tips
Ensure that the appliance is switched off and isolated before cleaning the oven to avoid the
possibility of electric shock.
1.
Allow the oven to fully cool before cleaning. Remove the wire shelves, wash them separately in hot soapy
water and dry thoroughly.
2.
Wash the interior of the oven with hot soapy water and wipe down with a damp cloth.
3.
Leave the door open until the interior has dried, before replacing the wire shelves.
4.
Clean the oven after each use, especially after roasting or grilling, this will prevent spilt or splattered food
debris burning and becoming difficult to remove.
5.
Do not use abrasive pads to clean the interior of the oven as this may remove the enamel, which will affect
the efficiency of your oven.
6.
Steam cleaners must never be used to clean this oven.
Cleaning the Outside of the Oven
1.
You should regularly wipe over the control panel and oven door using a soft cloth and liquid detergent as
spilt liquids may damage the finish.
2.
Wash enamelled or chrome plated parts of the oven with hot soapy water or with non-abrasive detergents.
3.
Never use abrasive pads to clean enamelled, chromed or stainless steel surfaces.
4.
When using commercially available stainless steel cleaning products, avoid cleaning any lettering or
symbols, as they can become damaged.
Cleaning the Oven Door Glass
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.
Take care when handling parts with glass, knocks, chips, heavy handling and dropping could cause
the glass to shatter.
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Replacing the Oven Lamp
Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing
the light to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
1.
Turn off the oven and make sure that it is cold. Switch off its
isolation switch.
2.
After removing the cover in front of the light, take out the bulb
by turning anti-clockwise.
3.
Insert the new bulb, which should be resistant to 300°C.
For replacement bulbs contact your local service centre or
Partmaster Direct (details at the back of this guide).
4.
Re-fit the cover.
5.
If in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician for help.
Bulb specifications
230V~ 50 Hz, 25W, E14
Door Removal
• Take care when handling parts with glass, knocks, chips, heavy handling and dropping could cause
the glass to shatter.
• Allow the door to cool down before removing it.
It is possible to remove the door. Follow the steps below to remove the door. This may be required if easier access
to the cavity is required or if you wish to clean the door parts.
1.
Open the door completely.
2.
The swivel retainers of the right hand and left hand hinges
are hooked onto the metal bar above them. Lift the
retainers as shown.
* All images are for indication only; please refer to your individual unit for actual item.
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3.
Slightly close the door and lift. The notch on the bottom
of the hinge will disengage.
4.
Now pull the door forward off the oven. Releasing both
hinge sections from the slots.
To replace the door, repeat the above steps on reverse order.
Ensure to locate the hinge correctly, place the groove of the
hinge directly on the edge of the door frame. Push forward the
swivel retainers to the original position and gently close the door.
If the door does not close properly, repeat the steps again.
Taking out the Glass from the Oven Door for Cleaning
1.
Remove the oven door.
2.
Use a flat headed screwdriver to remove the plastic vent panel
from the top edge of the door. Gently insert the screwdriver
into the side of the strip and prise it out.
* All images are for indication only; please refer to your individual unit for actual item.
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3.
Remove the inner glass panel by pulling it
out from the locating tabs at the bottom,
then lifting it out. Note which side of the
glass faces outwards (the outer side has
the printing on it).
3
2
4.
5.
Remove the middle glass panel, pulling it
out of the locating tabs at the bottom and
noting where the spacers are positioned.
These can be removed to clean the
glass, but must be replaced in the
correct positions.
2
Clean the glass using appropriate glass
cleaning products.
1
1
3
6.
Replace the middle glass panel by placing
it back into the locating tabs at the bottom and
repositioning the spacers.
7.
Replace the outer glass panel by placing it back under the two locating tabs at the bottom.
8.
To replace the vent panel first insert the left side, then insert the right side and press until it clicks
into position. Press in the left side until it clicks.
9.
Ensure the glass is not damaged in any way.
Energy Saving Tips and Energy Label
Main Oven
• Cook the meals together, if possible.
• Keep the pre-heating time short.
• Do not elongate cooking time.
• Do not forget to turn off the oven at
the end of cooking.
• Do not open the oven door during
cooking.
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Product Fiche and Specifications
Brand
Logik
Model
LBMFMX14
Type of Oven
Electric
Mass
32Kg
Energy Efficiency Index - Conventional
106.9
Energy Efficiency Index - Fan Forced
106.9
Enegy Class
A
Energy Consumption (electricity) - Conventional
0.85 kWh/cycle
Energy Consumption (electricity) - Fan Forced
0.79 kWh/cycle
Number of cavities
1
Heat Source
Electric
Volume
65 litres
This product complies with
EN 60350-1
Overall Dimension (WxDxH)
595(W) x 575(D) x 595(H) mm
Oven Lamp
Supply Voltage
Power (electricity)
Current
25 W, E14, 300°C
230V - 240V~ 50 Hz
2600 – 3100 W
13 – 14 A
Top Element
900 W
Bottom Element
1000 W
Grill
2900 W
Fan
60 W
Noise (dB(A) re 1 pW)
51
Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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www.knowhow.com/knowledgebank or call 0344 5611234.
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The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed
of with your other household waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste
equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical
and electronic equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the
time of disposal will help conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner
that protects human health and the environment.
For more information about where you can drop off your waste for recycling, please contact your
local authority, or where you purchased your product.
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