LG | EA550SP | LG EA550SP Owner’s Manual

Operating Instructions
Built in Oven
Please read this instruction manual carefully before using the oven.
This will ensure that you know the important safety information and the
correct operation of the oven.
Please keep this manual in a easily accessible place and refer to it
anytime.
Please transfer this manual to new owner if you sell the oven.
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Contents
Important safety instructions............................................. 4~5
Safety . ............................................................................... 6~18
Appliance description .......................................................... 19
Control panel .................................................................. 20~21
Accessories .................................................................... 22~23
Telescopic runners................................................................ 24
Setting the clock . ................................................................. 25
Before using for the first time ............................................. 26
Oven functions ............................................................... 27~30
Operation ........................................................................ 31~48
Switching the oven on . ........................................................ 31
Changing the oven temperature........................................... 32
Switching off the oven........................................................... 33
Safety cut-out........................................................................ 33
Energy efficiency................................................................... 33
Display symbols.............................................................. 34~35
Clock functions and symbols................................................ 36
Setting the timers ................................................................. 37
Programming the overall cooking time .......................... 38~39
Programming the end of cooking time............................ 40~41
Combining overall cooking time and end of cooking time........ 42~43
Setting the time of day.......................................................... 44
Child lock ..............................................................................45
Keep warm . ......................................................................... 46
Pyrolytic cleaning............................................................ 47~48
Auto cook .............................................................................. 49
Using the Auto Cook .............................................................49
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Auto cook table .............................................................. 50~65
Auto cook recipes ...........................................................58~65
Baking ............................................................................. 66~67
Baking Tables.................................................................. 68~72
Baking on a single oven level..........................................68~69
Baking on more than one oven level......................................70
Table for strudel and baked dishes........................................71
Baking tables for frozen ready–made dishes.........................71
Baking tips.............................................................................72
Roasting........................................................................... 73~74
Roasting tables.......................................................................75
Roasting Table...................................................................... 75
Grilling ............................................................................. 76~77
Grilling table.......................................................................... 77
Defrosting ............................................................................. 78
Defrosting table..................................................................... 78
Special functions . ................................................................ 79
Cleaning and care ................................................................ 80
Oven light .............................................................................. 81
Oven door ....................................................................... 82~86
Troubleshooting ............................................................. 87~88
Error codes ........................................................................... 89
Technical specifications....................................................... 90
Installation instructions........................................................ 91
Customer service & spare parts ..........................................92
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Important safety instructions
Read and follow all instructions before using your
oven to prevent the risk of fire, electric shock, personal
injury, or damage when using the appliance. This guide
does not cover all possible conditions that may occur.
Always contact your service agent or manufacturer
about problems that you do not understand.
his is the safety alert symbol. This symbol
T
alerts you to potential hazards that can cause
death or serious injury. All safety messages
will follow the safety alert symbol and either
the word “WARNING” or “CAUTION”. These
words mean:
WARNING This symbol will alert you to
hazards or unsafe practices
which could cause serious bodily
harm or death.
CAUTION T
his symbol will alert you to
hazards or unsafe practices
which could cause bodily injury
or property damage.
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• This oven must only be installed by a licensed
electrician.
• The installer is responsible for the correct electrical
connection of the appliances and the observance
of the relative safety codes and recommendations.
• Rating plate is located on the left side of the door
or on the back cover.
Electrical Safety
•T
his appliance must be connected to the mains
power supply by a specially licensed electrician only.
• Electrical leads and cables should not be allowed
to touch the oven.
WARNING
• The oven should be connected to the
electricity supply by means of a proper
circuit breaker or fuse. Never use multiple
plug adapters or extension leads.
• This connection may be achieved by having
the plug accessible or by incorporating a
switch in the fixed wiring in accordance
with the wiring rules.
- Failure to do so can result in a fire.
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Safety
Damage
WARNING
• If the oven has been damaged in transport,
do not connect it.
• In the event of a fault or damage to the
appliance, do not attempt to operate it.
• Repairs of the appliance should be carried
out by a licensed technician only. Wrong
repairs may result in considerable danger.
If you need repairs, contact an LG Service
Center or your dealer.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in order
to avoid a hazard.
• Never remove the outer casing from the
oven. If the oven is faulty and needs
servicing or you are in doubt about its
condition, unplug it from the wall socket
and contact the nearest after-sales service
centre
-F
ailure to do so can result in a malfunction,
death or electrical shock when using.
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Maintenance
WARNING
• The power supply of the appliance should
be turned off when it is being repaired or
cleaned.
• Be careful in connecting electrical
appliances to sockets near to this
appliance.
• Do not use high-pressure water cleaners
or steam jet cleaners for electrical safety
reasons.
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or
sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door
glass since they can scratch the surface,
which may result in shattering of the glass.
• The appliance should be powered down
before replacing the lamp to avoid the
possibility of electric shock.
-F
ailure to do so can result in a malfunction,
death or electrical shock when using.
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Safety
Safety during Operation
WARNING
• Do not touch interior parts until it has
cooled down sufficiently.
-W
hen the oven operates, the interior parts
will be very hot and burns may occur.
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WARNING
• Accessible parts may become hot during
use. Young children should be kept away.
• Accessible parts may become hot when the
grill is in use, children should be kept away.
• The appliance is not intended for use by
young children or infirm persons without
supervision.
• Young children should be supervised
to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
• Children should be kept at a safe distance
when the oven operates.
• Children should be kept at a safe distance
until the oven has cooled down after
cooking.
• This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
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Safety
WARNING
• Never block the air vents
- The oven may overheat and automatically switch
itself off. It will remain inoperable until it has cooled
sufficiently.
• Do not cover or obstruct the ventilation with
cloths or paper.
- The cloths or paper may catch fire as hot air is
emmited from the oven.
• Do not spill or pour water in the vents.
• 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.
• The appliance and its accessible parts become
hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements. Children less
than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
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Safety during Operation
WARNING
• When in use, the oven interior surfaces
become very hot! Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements inside the
oven.
- These walls may be hot enough to burn skin
even after cooking is finished, though they do
not appear to be so, avoid placing hands and
arms inside the oven.
• The oven surfaces will become hot
when the appliance is operated at a high
temperature for a long period of time.
• The oven door must be closed when
cooking is performing.
• When cooking, take care when opening the
oven door as hot air and steam will escape
rapidly.
- The hot air or steam released may cause
scalding.
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Safety
WARNING
• When cooking dishes that contain alcohol,
the alcohol can evaporate due to the high
temperatures. The vapor can catch fire if it
comes into contact with a hot oven part.
• Never store flammable or easily deformable
materials in the oven to reduce the risk of
fire in the oven cavity.
• Should an oven fire occur, leave the oven
door closed and turn the oven off. If the fire
continues, throw baking soda on the fire or
use a fire extinguisher. Do not put water or
flour on the fire.
-F
lour may be explosive and water can cause
a grease fire to spread and cause personal
injury.
• Use oven gloves when removing a dish
from the oven, during or after cooking.
- The trays and racks will be hot.
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WARNING
• The oven must be secured by properly
installed anti-tip devices or by using the
securing holes on both sides of the oven's
door frame. If using a generic fixing bracket,
ensure that it is installed properly
•D
o not store or use this appliance outdoors.
Do not use this product near water (for
example,near a kitchen sink, in a wet basement,
or near a swimming pool, and the like)
• Be sure all packing materials are removed
from the appliance before operating it.
• Do not use this oven for commercial purposes.
- This oven has been designed only for the
cooking of household foods and is not
warranted for commercial applications.
• Do not use the oven door as a rest table under
any circumstances.
• Never use your appliance for warming or
heating the room
• Do not step, lean, or sit on the door of the oven.
- These can cause the oven to become damaged
or tip over resulting in burns or serious injuries.
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Safety
WARNING
• Do not touch an electric cord with a wet
hand.
- It is very dangerous. You can get an electric
shock.
• Be careful not to damage the power cable.
• Do not operate this appliance if it has a
damaged power cable or plug.
• Do not immerse power cable or plug in
water and keep power cable away from
heated surfaces.
• Do not let cord hang over edge of table or
counter.
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Safety during Operation
WARNING
• Don’t spread aluminium foil on the bottom
of the oven and do not place any baking
trays or tins on it.
- The aluminium foil blocks the heat, which
may result in damage to the enamel surfaces
and cause poor cooking results by lack of
heat circulation.
WARNING
• Please ensure cooking times are correctly
set
-O
ver cooking may result in the food catching
fire and subsequent damage to your oven.
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Safety
WARNING
• Don’t pour water into the oven bottom when
it is hot.
- This could cause damage to the enamel
surface and deform the base.
• When cooking very moist cakes, use the
deep pan.
-D
ripping fruit juices from the baking tray will
leave stains, which become indelible.
• Frozen foods such as pizzas should be
cooked on the wire grille.
- If a Baking tray is used, it may become
deformed due to the great difference in
temperature.
• Do not heat unopened food containers.
-B
uild-up of pressure may cause the container
to burst and result in injury and damage.
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Disposal
CAUTION
• Your new oven has been correctly packaged
for transportation. Remove all of the
packaging material before putting the
appliance into use.
• The packaging material can be completely
recycled. You can obtain addresses for
environmentally-friendly disposal operations from
your local City Council.
• If you wish to store your oven away temporarily,
choose a dry, dust-free place. Dust and
dampness may adversely affect the working parts
in the oven.
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Safety
Used appliances
CAUTION
Used appliances must be rendered unusable
prior to disposal so that they no longer
present a risk. To achieve this, disconnect
from the mains supply and remove the power
supply cable.
For the protection of the environment,used
appliances must be Disposed of properly.
• The appliance must not be disposed of along with
normal domestic waste.
• Your local City Council will inform you of times for
uplifting special waste or identify public disposal
facilities for you.
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Appliance description
Overview
Control panel
Top-heating
and grill heating
element
Side runners
Air outlet
Level 6
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
Door seal
Oven light
Rear wall heating
element
Oven cavity
Rating label
Full glass door
Door
handle
Oven levels are numbered from the bottom up.
The 5 and 6 levels are mainly used for grill functions. Always grill
with the door closed.
Grilling must be operated with the door closed.
The cooking tables throughout these operating instructions give you
suggested oven settings, however you can change these to suit
yourself.
Note : The rating label is located at the left-hand inner edge of the
door or front-side of the oven.
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Control Panel
1
2
1. Display for Temperature/Time
2. Function selector
3. Time button
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3
4
5
4. “OK” (Enter or Yes) button
5. Temperature/Time selector
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Accessories
Wire grille
For dishes, baking tins, grilling and
roasting tins.
For grilling meat, place the wire grille on
the upper level above the deep pan.
Baking tray
For cakes, sponges and biscuits.
Deep pan
For moist cakes, for roasting and for
catching roasting juices or fat.
Grill tray
To be placed on top of the deep pan.
Dripping fat is caught in the deep pan
when grilling meat.
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Tips on using the trays and wire grilles
Ensure that the trays and
wire grilles are properly
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fitted onto both sides of
5
Deep pan
the desired level.
4
Take particular care
3
Baking tray
2
when removing finished
1
gap 2cm
dishes and meals from
the oven!
Use a suitable cloth pot
holder or oven gloves.
If you are using the wire grille in combination with the deep pan or
the baking tray to catch dripping liquids or fat, then do not put the
trays down on the bottom of the oven, slide them into the lower
levels.
If you place trays on the oven floor, the resulting build-up of heat
can damage the surface of the oven. For this reason, there must
always be a minimum gap of 2 cm between the accessories and the
oven floor.
Fitting the wire grille, baking tray and deep pan
Slide the tray or wire grille in at
the desired level.
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The oven levels are numbered
5
4
from the bottom up to the top.
3
2
1
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Telescopic runners
Attaching the telescopic runners
Before using the oven for the first time, attach the telescopic runners
as per the following procedures.
1. Put the inserting bar of the side
telescopic runner into the hole.
2. Align the front recess with the
front screw hole. Insert and
fasten the screw clockwise.
3. Attach the other telescopic runner in the same way.
4. The baking tray and Wire
grille should be positioned
accurately on the upright pins
of the telescopic runners.
An unstable coupling between
the baking tray and the
telescopic runners may cause
the trays to drop or food to fall
onto the oven floor.
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Setting the clock
The oven cannot be used until the time of day is set.
When the appliance is connected to the main supply for the first
time or after a power cut, you have to select either “12H” or “24H”
first. The time of day can then be set.
To set the current time of day to 1:30
elect “12H” or “24H” then
1 Spress
the OK button to
et the hours, using the
2 STime
selector and press the
Confirm your selection.
OK button to confirm.
et the minutes, using the
3 STime
selector.
onfirm you selection by
4 Cpressing
the OK button.
The appliance is now ready
to use.
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Before using for the first time
Initial cleaning
Clean the oven carefully before using it for the first time.
Important: Do not use any caustic or abrasive cleaners. These can
damage the oven surfaces.
Appliance exterior finish
Ovens with an exterior Stainless Steel finish, must be cleaned with
standard detergents only. Wipe the front of the appliance with a
slightly damp cloth.
Oven interior
1. Take all accessories out of the oven and wash them with warm
water and dishwashing liquid.
2. Clean the oven interior in the same way, using warm water and
dishwashing liquid.
3. Allow the oven to dry.
Heating up
Before baking or roasting for the first time, the oven should be
turned on and allowed to heat up (200~250°C) with nothing in it.
Then allow the oven to cool down thoroughly. New ovens have a
unpleasant odours. Open the window and ensure there is adequate
ventilation during this period.
1. Ensure that the time of day is set correctly.
2. Remove all accessories from the oven.
3. Use Convection heat(
), or Fan grill(
) functions to heat the
oven up.
4. Leave the oven on for at least one hour.
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Oven functions
Operating modes
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Auto Cooking
Cleaning
Defrost
Keep Warm
Bottom heat
1
Convection heat
2
10
9
Hot air
3
4
8
7
6
5
Fan grill
Conventional heat
Large grill
Small grill
There are more detail descriptions of each operating modes on
page 28~30.
Description of operating modes
The individual operating modes differ in that they involve a
combination of different heating elements. The various combinations
are suitable for producing a variety of heated areas and hot air
circulation paths in the oven, as required for the optimum
preparation of various dishes.
For the roasting and baking functions there are preset
recommended temperatures which you can, of course, adjust using
the Temperature selector.
When using the grill functions (
)(
), you can select one of
three settings by turning the Temperature selector.
When using the defrost(
), there are no other settings available.
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Oven functions
1. Convection heat
Convection heat mode uses only the heating element
in the back wall and the convection fan. The
recommended temperature is 150°C.
It is also possible to bake on more than one level in
) mode. This means that it is suitable
Convection heat(
for fruit cakes and stirred cake or yeast-dough, for example a bread plait.
2. Hot air
In addition to the Conventional (upper and concealed
lower) heating elements, Hot air mode uses the
convection fan. This means that the roasting and
baking temperature can be reduced by 20-40°C. The
recommended temperature is 160°C. This mode is
suitable for cakes and biscuits, as it is possible to
bake on more than one level at the same time.
3. Fan grill
In this mode, the large grill element and the fan are
on. The recommended temperature is 190°C. This
function is suitable for pizzas, quiche lorraine or
cheesecakes.
4. Conventional heat
For Conventional heat, the upper and concealed lower
heating elements are used. This operating mode is
suitable for baking cakes, baking with a short baking
time, sensitive doughs and for roast beef and fillet of
beef on the one level. The recommended temperature
is 190°C.
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5. Large grill (1, 2, 3)
(Radiant grill large area)
The Large grill(
) uses the entire grill heating
element. No specific temperature can be set. You can
) is
choose between three settings. The Large grill (
suitable for cooking steaks, cutlets, fish or making
toast, and for browning when cooking larger dishes
with a gratin topping.
6. Small grill (1, 2, 3)
(Radiant grill small area)
) operates in the same way as the
The Small grill(
Large grill(
), however, only part of the grill heating
element is used. This makes it suitable for smaller
dishes.
7. Bottom heat
In bottom mode, only the concealed heating element
in the oven floor is used. The recommended
temperature is 170°C. This function is particularly
suitable for finishing off cakes or pizzas on one of the
lower oven levels.
8. Keep warm
Heat from the top and bottom elements are used to
maintain a selectable temperature from 40 to 100
degrees C. The duration of this function can also be
set. You can use this function for keeping food warm
until ready to serve.
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Oven functions
9. Defrost
In defrost mode, only the fan is used without heating.
The circulating air speeds up the defrosting process.
Place the frozen food in a suitable container to trap
the liquid produced during defrosting. Where
appropriate, you can use the wire grille and the deep
pan to avoid soiling the oven. If water is allowed to run out into the
oven, the door seals will be contaminated and an unpleasant odour
may result.
10. Pyrolytic cleaning(Self cleaning) - P1, P2, P3
Pyrolytic cleaning mode is used to clean the oven.
In this mode, the oven is heated to approximately
500°C.
At these high temperatures, traces of food are burned
up, and can then simply be wiped off after the
Pyrolytic cleaning operation. For your safety, during Pyrolytic
cleaning the oven door is locked shut. The lock is only released
once the temperature falls below 240°C after this mode has been
switched off.
For Pyrolytic cleaning(
) , you have a choice of three
programmes : P1, P2, P3.
P1 is recommended for lightly soiled surfaces and P3 for more
heavily soiled surfaces.
Take care, as surfaces become very hot during Pyrolytic cleaning.
Keep children at a distance.
Do not pour water into the hot oven. The sudden generation of
steam can cause burns or damage to the oven. Do not wipe the
oven down until it has cooled to a safe level.
Note : During cooking, baking or roasting, if you leave the door open
for more than 10 minutes, all settings are cancelled.
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Operation
Switching the oven on
elect the desired mode
1 Swith
the Function selector.
he recommended
2 Ttemperature
will appear on
the display.
by pressing
3 SthetartOKoperation
button or wait until
the oven starts automatically
in 8 seconds. If you do not
apply any further settings on
the control panel, the oven
will remain on for the
maximum possible time.
(refer to page 33)
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Operation
Changing the oven temperature
the Temp. selector to
2 Ttheurndesired
temperature.
elect the desired mode
1 Swith
the Function selector.
The temp. display is shown
in steps of 5°C.
f you do not press any
3 Ibuttons
within 8 seconds,
the oven automatically starts
under the set program. You
can also start the oven by
pressing the OK button.
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Switching off the oven
Set the Function selector to “O” to switch the
oven off.
Cooling system
The cooling fan switches on automatically to keep the appliance’s
surfaces cool. When the oven is switched off, the cooling fan runs
on and (even after the cooking fan has turned off) switches off once
the appliance has cooled down.
Safety cut-out
• If the oven has been operating in a cooking mode for an extended
period with no change in settings, it will automatically switch off.
(This is not the same as the power saving mode.)
The safety cut-out device is activated at a temperature of:
Below 100°C switches off after 16 hours
100°C ~ 240°C switches off after 8 hours
Over 240°C switches off after 4 hours
Restarting after safety cut-out
Switch the oven off.
You can now start the oven in the normal way.
Baking dishes
When using baking dishes, always ensure that the dish is suitable
for use at the temperature inside the oven. The oven can operate at
up to 250°C. Refer to the instructions provided by the manufacturer.
Energy efficiency
These appliances are rated energy efficiency class A in accordance
with EN 50304. Tests were carried out using Convection heat.
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Operation
Display symbols
Heating element icon
Autocook
Defrost
Cleaning
Keep warm
Convection
heat
Hot air
Fan grill
Conventional
heat
Large grill
Small grill
Bottom heat
Keep warm
Defrost
Cleaning
Auto Cook
Defrost
Lights up when the Defrost function is being set or displayed.
Keep warm
Lights up when the Keep warm mode is being set or displayed.
Cleaning
Lights up when the Cleaning mode is being set or displayed.
Auto cook
Lights up when the Auto cook mode is being set or displayed.
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Oven temperature
Time display
Warm-up phase
Lock (Childproof
safety device)
Weight display
Clock
End of cooking time
Oven light
Overall cooking time
Timer
Lock (Childproof safety device)
Lights up when the Child lock is being set.
Oven light
Lights up when the oven lamp on.
Timer
Lights up when the function timer is activated (e.g. like a minute
minder when boiling eggs).
Overall cooking time
Lights up when the overall cooking time is being set or displayed.
The oven switches off automatically after the cooking time set has
expired.
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Operation
Clock functions and symbols
Oven temperature
Time display
Warm-up phase
Lock (Childproof
safety device)
Weight display
Clock
End of cooking time
Oven light
Overall cooking time
Timer
End of cooking time
Lights up when the end of the cooking time is being set or
displayed. The oven switches off automatically at the stipulated
time.
Note: Overall cooking time and end of cooking time can only be
programmed with an operating mode selected.
Clock
Lights up when the time is being set, changed or displayed.
Weight display
Menu of the Autocook is measured in kilogram.
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Setting the timers
This function will only operate after the oven has started cooking.
Press the Time button(
)
Set the desired time, using
1 once.
2
(e.g. Convection heat)
the Time selector.
To Cancel: Press the OK button
twice in quick succession, when
the timer is operated on the
display.
If other functions appear on the
display, press the Time button
until the time counting down
appears on the display.
the OK button to start
3 Ptheresstimer
function. Once the
Note: This timer setting method
can also be used as a minute
minder when the Function dial is
in the '0' position.
set time has expired, you
will hear a signal and the
timer icon will flash.
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Operation
Programming the overall cooking time
The oven switches off automatically at the end of the period of time
entered.
elect the desired operating
Press the Time button(
2
1 Smode
and temperature.
once.
(Refer to the section on
“Switching the oven on” or
“Changing the oven
temperature”)
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)
by pressing
4 SthetartOKoperation
button or wait until
the oven starts automatically
in 8 seconds.
Once the set time has
expired, you will hear a
signal tone and the oven will
switch off. Press the OK
button to cancel the signal
tone.
et the desired overall
3 Scooking
time with the Time
selector.
Note : After the oven starts operation, you can set either End of
cooking time or Overall cooking time only.
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Operation
Programming the end of cooking time
In the example shown, the current time is 13:30 and the dish is to be
ready at 14:40.
elect the desired operating
Press the Time button(
1 Smode
2
and temperature.
twice.
)
(Refer to the section on
“Switching the oven on” or
“Changing the oven
temperature”)
et the hour, using the Time
ress the OK button for next
3 Sselector.
4 Pstep.
Note : W
hen setting the end of cooking time, you have to turn the
time selector clockwise only.
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set the minutes, using
5 NtheowTime
selector.
onfirm the entry by
6 Cpressing
the OK button.
First the end time is shown
on the display.
Then cooking will start and
the remaining cooking time
will be displayed after one
minute of cooking
commencement.
Tips : O
nce the oven starts operation, the oven light goes out after
20 seconds to save electricity. But the light can be switched
back on at any time by pressing the OK button.
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Operation
Combining overall cooking time and end of
cooking time.
The overall and end of cooking time programmes can be combined
to permit the oven to be switched on and off automatically.
elect the desired operating
Press the Time button(
)
1 Smode
2
and temperature.
once. Set the desired overall
(Refer to the section on
“Switching the oven on” or
“Changing the oven
temperature”)
cooking time, using the Time
selector (1 hour, in the
example shown).
the Time button
3 N( ow)press
once to set the cook
et the hour, using the Time
4 Sselector
(15, in the example).
end time.
Press the OK button to
select minutes.
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et the minutes, using the
5 STime
selector (30, in the
t 14:30, 1 hour(overall
6 Acooking
time you set) before
example). Confirm the entry
by pressing the OK button.
the end of cooking time, the
oven switches on
automatically.
The time countdown can
then be seen in the display.
Once the set cooking time
has expired, you will hear a
signal tone and the oven will
switch off automatically.
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Operation
Setting the time of day
et the Function selector to
Select a new value for the
1 S“O”.
2
Press the Time button
hour with the Time selector.
twice to set the time of day.
The hour display blinkes.
(13, in the example)
(11, in the example)
ress the OK button to
Press the OK button to
3 Pconfirm.
4
The minute display
confirm the entry.
starts to blink. Set the new
value for minutes, using the
Time selector(50, in the
example).
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Useful functions
CHILD LOCK
The CHILD LOCK prevents the oven being switched on whilst in
stand by (off) mode. It can also be activated during the cooking
mode to stop the temperature or duration of the cooking from being
accidently changed. The CHILD LOCK function will not stop the unit
from being turned off whilst in the cooking mode. The CHILD LOCK
function does not lock the door. The CHILD LOCK function wil be
automatically cancelled if the oven is turned off from the dial, or a
power failure occurs.
To activate the CHILD LOCK during cooking mode.
1. Select the oven function
and set a temperature.
If necessary, set the
cooking duration.
2. Press and hold the OK
button for about
5 seconds until the Lock
symbol(
) appears in
the display.
To activate the CHILD LOCK whilst in stand by mode, follow step
2 only.
De-activating the lock system
1. Press and hold the OK button until the Lock symbol(
) is no
longer displayed. The Lock System has now been de-activated.
The CHILD LOCK function is deactivated when the oven is turned
off.
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Operation
Keep warm
Heat from the top and bottom elements are used to maintain a
recommended temperature between 40 to 100 Deg C. You can use
this function for keeping food warm until ready to serve.
et the Function selector to
Set the desired temperature
1 S“Keep
2
Warm” (
by turning the - + dial , then
).
press the Time button and
turn the - + dial to set the
heating duration.
Then press OK button to
start.
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Pyrolytic cleaning
This system is used to clean the oven.
In this mode, the oven is heated to approximately 500°C.
At these high temperatures, traces of food are burned up, and can
then simply be wiped off after the Pyrolytic cleaning operation.
elect the Cleaning mode
1 Swith
the Function dial, and
urn the time dial to select a
2 Tdesired
menu. In the
then the Time dial will flash.
example shown P-2.
the program with the
3 SOKtartbutton.
the cleaning,
4 Ayoufterwillfinishing
hear a signal tone
and see "End".
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Operation
Pyrolytic cleaning
WARNING
The surfaces of the oven become very hot during Pyrolytic
cleaning. Accordingly, keep children away from the oven.
Note : B
efore self cleaning, all accessories (wire grille, baking tray,
deep pan, grill tray, side runners) must be taken out of the
oven. Before proceeding, switch the oven off and allow to
cool to an appropriate level.
Important : The oven door is locked shut at a temperature of
250°C. It is not unlocked until the temperature falls to
240°C.
The door will only unlock when the internal cavity
temperature drops below 240°C. The mains power
must be connected for the door to unlock.
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Auto cook
Using the Auto Cook
Auto Cook function allows you to cook 30 menus of your favorite
foods without selecting operating function, temperature and times.
With this function, you can reduce the cooking time thanks to the
optimum combination of heating elements.
the Function selector to
Set the desired automatic
1 Stheet Auto
2
).
Cook mode (
programme With the time
selector (from 1 to 30) and
press the OK button.
the time selector to
Set the desired cooking time
3 Nsetowtheuseweight
4
of the dish.
with the Time selector.
Note : The automatic
programmes make it possible for
you to prepare a wide selection
of standard dishes within the
shortest period of time.
the program with the
5 SOKtartbutton,
or wait
8 seconds for the oven to
start automatically.
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Auto cook table
Menu
Category Weight limit Step
Utensil
Food Temp.
A-1
Trout
600-1600g
200g
Wire grille +
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-2
Salmon,
steak
400-1200g
200g
Wire grille +
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-3
Tuna,
steak
400-1200g 200g
Wire grille +
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-4
Scallops
400-1200g
200g
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-5
Jumbo
shrimp
300-1000g
100g
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-6
Roast beef 1000-2500g 500g
Wire grille +
heat proof
glass dish
Refrigerated
A-7
Roast pork 1000-2500g 500g
Wire grille +
heat proof
glass dish
Refrigerated
A-8
Leg of lamb 1000-2000g 500g
Wire grille +
heat proof
glass dish
Refrigerated
50
Oven level,
from bottom
Instructions
3
Choose trout of 300~400g weight each. Brush with oil or melted butter,
season as desired. Place trout on wire grille and insert into oven. To
catch drippings or fat from food, place deep pan below of wire grille.
3
Choose salmon steaks of 200g weight and 2.5cm thickness each.
Brush salmon with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Place salmon
on wire grille and insert into oven. To catch drippings or fat from food,
place deep pan below of wire grille. When oven beeps, turn food over.
4
Choose tuna fish steaks of 200g weight and 2.5cm thickness each.
Brush tuna fish with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Place tuna
steak onto deep pan with greased grill tray. When oven beeps, turn food
over. It is normal for the tuna to be a little pink inside after cooking.
4
Put sherry with scallops. Place scallops onto deep pan. Brush melted
butter over scallops. Cover with breadcrumbs. Add melted butter over
breadcrumbs.
4
Remove feelers of shrimps. Brush with oil or melted butter.
Season as desired, place shrimps onto deep pan.
Insert into oven. When oven beeps, turn food over.
2
Brush beef with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Put beef in open
dish and insert into oven. When oven beeps, add a big cup of hot water
and cover with lid.After cooking, allow to rest covered with foil for 10
minutes. Use generated juice for gravy or sauce.
2
Brush pork with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Place pork into
dish, add a big cup of water, cover with lid and insert into oven. When
oven beeps, remove lid. After cooking, allow to rest covered with foil for
10 minutes. Use generated juice for gravy or sauce.
2
Brush leg of lamb with oil or melted butter, season as desired.
Place lamb into dish, insert into oven. When oven beeps, add a big cup
of water and cover with lid. After cooking, allow to rest covered with foil
for 10 minutes. Use generated juice for gravy or sauce.
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Auto cook table
Menu
Category Weight limit Step
Utensil
Food Temp.
1000-2000g 500g
Wire grille +
heat proof
glass dish
Refrigerated
A-10 Chicken,
whole
1000-2000g 250g
Wire grille +
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-11 Chicken,
legs
600-1800g
200g
Wire grille +
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-12 Duck,
whole
1700-2500g 200g
Wire grille +
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-9
Roast veal
A-13 Turkey,
whole
32004700g
500g Wire grille +
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-14 Goose,
whole
35005000g
500g Wire grille +
Deep pan
Refrigerated
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Oven level,
from bottom
Instructions
2
Brush veal with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Place veal into
dish, add a big cup of water, cover with lid and insert into oven.
After cooking, allow to rest covered with foil for 10 minutes. Use
generated juice for gravy or sauce.
2
Brush chicken with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Place
chicken on wire grille and insert into oven. To catch drippings or fat from
food, fill a cup of water into deep pan and place below of wire grille. Add
water to deep pan. Insert into oven. When the oven beeps, turn food
over. After cooking, allow to rest covered with foil for 10 minutes. Use
generated juice for gravy or sauce.
3
Brush chicken legs with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Place
chicken legs on wire grille and insert into oven. To catch drippings or
fat from food, fill a cup of water into deep pan and place below of wire
grille. When oven beeps, turn food over.
After cooking, allow to rest covered with foil for 3 minutes. Use
generated juice for gravy or sauce.
2
Brush duck with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Wrap thin part
of the legs in foil, place duck on wire grille and insert into oven. To catch
drippings or fat from food, fill a cup of water into deep pan and place
below of wire grille. After cooking allow to rest covered with foil for 5
minutes. Use generated juice for gravy or sauce.
1
Brush turkey with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Wrap thin
part of the legs in foil, place turkey onto deep pan with grill tray. Add
water to deep pan. When oven beeps, turn food over. If turkey gets too
dark, cover with foil. After cooking, allow to rest covered with foil for 10
minutes. Use generated juice for gravy or sauce.
2
Brush goose with oil or melted butter, season as desired. Place goose
onto wire grille and insert into oven placing deep pan underneath to
catch dripping fat. When oven beeps, turn food over. If goose gets too
dark, cover with foil. Afte cooking, allow to rest covered with foil for 10
minutes. Use generated juice for gravy or sauce.
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Auto cook table
Menu
Category Weight limit Step
Utensil
A-15 Cordon
340-1360g 170g Wire grille +
bleu, frozen
Baking tray
Food Temp.
Refrigerated
A-16 Gratinated
potatoes
500-1500g
500g
Wire grille +
heat proof
glass dish
Room
A-17 Roast
potatoes
400-1600g
200g
Wire grille +
heat proof
glass dish
Room
A-18 French
250-750g
fries, frozen
250g Baking tray +
baking paper
Frozen
A-19 Pizza,
frozen,
thin base
A-20 Pizza,
frozen,
thick base
A-21 Croissants
200-400g
100g
Wire grille
Frozen
400-500g
100g
Wire grille
Frozen
120-600g
120g Baking tray +
Baking paper
100-600g
100g
A-22 Quiche,
frozen
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Wire grille
Refrigerated
Frozen
Oven level,
from bottom
3+2
Instructions
Spread frozen Cordon bleu evenly on wire grille. Insert into
oven, placing baking tray undemeth to catch dripping liquid.
2
Cut pre-cooked gratin potatoes into slices. Place potatoes in
dish, cover with grated cheese (30g per 500g gratin potatoes)
and insert into oven.
2
Choose small potatoes (100-150g each). Peel, wash, dry and
cut potatoes into halves. Mix potatoes with salt, pepper and oil
or melted butter and put into open dish. Insert into oven. When
oven beeps, turn food over.
4
Spread frozen fries evenly on baking tray with baking paper. For
best results, cook in a single layer. Insert baking tray into oven.
When oven beeps, turn food over. After cooking, season with
salt or as desired.
1
Place frozen pizza on wire grille. Insert into oven. Use only one
frozen pizza at a time.
2
Place frozen pizza on wire grille. Insert into oven. Use only
onefrozen pizza at a time.
2
Place croissants on baking tray with baking paper.
Brush croissants with milk or water and insert into oven.
3
Place frozen quiche on wire grille. Insert into oven. Use only one
frozen quiche at a time.
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Auto cook table
Menu
Category Weight limit Step
A-23 Apple pie
Menu
100-600g
100g
Category
Wire grille
Food Temp.
Refrigerated
Utensil
A-24 Lasagna
A-25
A-26
A-27
A-28
A-29
Utensil
Wire grille + heat proof lasagna dish
Homemade pizza
Quiche Lorraine
Marble guglhupf
Muffins
Cinnamon buns
Deep pan
Wire grille + round baking tin
Wire grille + Guglbupf tin
Wire grille + muffin tin
Baking tray + deep pan
A-30 Swedish apple pie
Wire grille + round baking tin
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Oven level,
from bottom
3
Instructions
Ingredients
3/4 cup white sugar
2 tbsp. all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/2 tsp. lemon zest
7 cups thinly sliced apples
2 tsp. lemon juice
1 tbsp. butter
1 recipe pastry for a 9 inch
double crust pie
4 tbsp. milk (optional)
-Mix together the sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg and lemon zest.
-Line one crust in a 9-inch deep-dish pie pan. Layer 1/3 of apples
into pie crust.
-Sprinkle with sugar mixture and repeat until done. Sprinkle with
lemon juice and dot with butter.
-Place second pie crust on top of filling and flute the edges.
-Cut vents in top crust and brush with milk for a glazed appearance
if desired.
Oven level,
from bottom
Instructions
2
See the recipe on page 58
2
2
1
2
2+4
See the recipe on page 59
See the recipe on page 60~61
See the recipe on page 62
See the recipe on page 63
See the recipe on page 64
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See the recipe on page 65
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Auto cook table
A-24. Lasagna
Ingredients:
- 300 g ground beef
- 1 small onion
- 1-2 garlic gloves, sliced
-1
can peeled plum tomatoes
(400 g)
-1
can chopped tomatoes
(400 g)
- 75 g tomato paste
- 1 can diced tomatoes (40 g)
- 250 g shredded mozzarella
cheese
- 200 g crème fraîche
- 6-8 lasagne noodles
- Fresh basil leaves
- Pepper, salt, oregano
Preparation:
- Cook onion and garlic, then add meat, cook until no longer pink.
- Add all tomatoes, simmer for approx. 1 hour.
- Add pepper and salt for taste, then add basil.
- Let sauce cool.
- Pre-cook noodles if required.
-P
ut some sauce at bottom of lasagne pan, place noodles on top, then
crème fraîche, then mozzarella.
- Sprinkle with oregano.
- Repeat placing noodles in other direction.
- Sprinkle with oregano.
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A-25. Homemade pizza
Ingredients:
- 15 g fresh yeast
- 250 ml warm water
- 1 tsp. salt
- 450 g flour
- 1 tsp. sugar
- 2 tbsp. vegetable oil
- 1 small jar tomato sauce
- 450 g ground beef, browned
- 200 g pepperoni slices
- 2 peppers, sliced
- 1 large onion
- 100 g sliced olives
- 450 g shredded mozzarella
cheese
Preparation:
- Dissolve yeast in warm water.
- Stir in salt and sugar.
- Add flour slowly, kneading constantly.
- Add oil and keep kneading.
- If dough is sticky, add a little more flour.
- Cover dough and allow to rise for 1/2 hour.
- Using floured hands, knead dough and spread it on greased cookie
sheet with fingertips.
- Spread tomato sauce over dough, add toppings in layers.
- Sprinkle cheese over dough.
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Auto cook table
A-26. Quiche Lorraine
Ingredients for short pastry:
- 200 g plain flour
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- 85 g butter
- 1 egg
- 1 tbsp. white wine vinegar
Ingredients for filling:
- 250 g thick bacon
- 5 eggs
- 300 ml cream
- Salt and pepper
- 1/4 tsp. freshly grated nutmeg
- 200 g grated cheese, Gruyère or
cheddar (optional)
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Preparation of short pastry:
- In a large bowl or food processor sift flour and salt.
- Cut cold butter into small cubes and add to flour.
- Rub butter into flour using both hands or food processor, until it
resembles fine breadcrumbs.
- Make a well in the centre, add 1 beaten egg and vinegar mixing to a
firm dough.
- If dough seems a little dry add a little water.
- Handle as little as possible as this prevents pastry from becoming
hard when baked.
- Roll into a ball, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Preparation of filling:
- Cut bacon into small strips, sauté until crisp and put aside to cool.
- Whisk together eggs, cream, grated nutmeg and pepper in a large
bowl.
Assembly:
- On a lightly floured board roll out short pastry until approx. 5 mm thick.
- Line flan or pie dish with dough, flute and crimp edges decoratively.
- Scatter half the cheese over the bottom of the pie crust.
- Continue by placing cooled bacon over evenly and pour in egg and
cream filling mixture.
- Sprinkle with remaining cheese.
- Let quiche cool for 15 minutes before cutting.
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Auto cook table
A-27. Marble guglhupf
Ingredients:
- 1 Tahitian vanilla pod
- 200 g soft butter
- 180 g sugar
- 4 eggs
- 2 tablespoons rum
- 350 g flour
- 20 g baking powder
- 200 g cream
- 100 g dark chocolate
- 1 tablespoon butter
- A little flour
- Icing sugar
Preparation:
-C
ut vanilla pod open lengthwise, scratch out inside with a sharp knife
and mix with butter and sugar until creamy.
- Gradually beat in eggs, whisking until frothy and then add rum.
- Sieve flour and baking powder and stir into egg mixture.
- Stir in cream and split mixture into 2 even-sized portions.
- Melt chocolate and stir evenly into one portion of mixture.
-G
rease Guglhupf tin (11/2 litre capacity) with butter and dust with a
little flour.
-P
ut half of the light mixture into tin, pour dark half onto it and cover
with rest of light mixture.
-R
un a fork through the mixture in the shape of a spiral to achieve
desired marbling effect.
- Allow to cool a little.
- Turn out of tin, leave to cool and dust with icing sugar.
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A-28. Muffins
Ingredients:
- 150 g flour
- 11/2 tsp. baking powder
- 60 g granulated sugar
- 1 egg, beaten
- 130 ml milk
- 70 ml vegetable oil
- 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
- 50 g semisweet chocolate chips
- 50 g chopped walnuts
- Sifted confectioners’ sugar
Preparation:
-C
ombine flour and sugar in a mixing bowl; make a well in centre of
mixture.
-C
ombine remaining ingredients except for confectioners' sugar; add to
dry ingredients, stirring just until moistened.
-S
poon into greased and floured muffin pans, filling about two-thirds
full.
- Remove from pans and sprinkle with confectioners' sugar.
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Auto cook table
A-29. Cinnamon buns
Ingredients (for 2 sheets):
- 1 cube fresh yeast
- 50 g sugar
- 75 g unsalted butter
- 250 ml milk
- 1/2 tsp. cardamom
- 500 g flour
- 60 g unsalted butter, softened
- 5 tbsp. sugar
- 4 tsp. cinnamon
- 1 egg, beaten
- Pearl sugar
Preparation:
- Melt butter over low heat.
- Pour in cold milk.
- Wait until the butter-milk mixture is finger warm.
- Dissolve yeast in the mixture and let rest for 5 minutes.
- Stir in sugar, cardamom and flour.
- Gather dough into a ball and knead until smooth and shiny.
-C
over dough and allow to rise until nearly double in size, about 30
minutes.
- Turn dough out onto a floured surface and knead again until smooth
and shiny.
- Divide dough into two parts.
- Roll each part out into a rectangle about 6 mm thick.
- Spread half of the softened butter over each rectangle.
-S
tir together the remaining sugar and the cinnamon and spread half of
the mixture on each rectangle.
- Roll the rectangles up and cut into 1,5 cm thick slices.
-P
lace slices on a cookie sheet (greased or covered in parchment
paper).
-C
over and let rise again for about 30 minutes while preheating the
oven, brush tops of buns with beaten egg and sprinkle with pearl
sugar.
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A-30. Swedish apple pie
Ingredients:
- 5 green apples, peeled and
sliced
- 1 tbsp. sugar
- 1 tsp. cinnamon
- 170 g melted butter
- 120 g flour
- 200 g sugar
- 1 egg
- 75 g chopped nuts
(pecans or walnuts)
- Pinch of salt
Preparation:
- Fill a greased baking tin 2/3 full of apples.
- Sprinkle with 1 tablespoon sugar and the cinnamon.
- Mix together remaining ingredients.
- Pour over apples.
WARNING
• When opening the door during cooking, keep your face
and body away. Hot steam generated from oven may cause
burns or injury.
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Baking
General information
When baking, use the Convection heat(
(
) modes.
) or Conventional heat
Baking tins
) modes, use baking tins
• When baking in Conventional heat(
with a dark metal or coated surface.
• When baking with Convection heat(
), you can also use baking
tins with a bright metal surface.
• Always place cake tins in the middle of the tray or Wire grille.
• When baking with Conventional heat(
), you can place two
baking tins side by side in the oven. This means that the baking
time is only slightly longer.
• When using 2 trays (baking tray
and deep pan), place the deep
pan on Level 5 and the baking tray
5
on Level 2.
2
Oven levels
The Oven levels are numbered from the bottom up.
When using Conventional heat(
), you can bake on one level
only, for example Level 4.
When using Convection heat(
), you can bake sponge bases and
biscuits up to 2 baking trays at the same time, for example on levels
2 and 5.
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Using baking tables
The tables contain the temperature settings, baking times and Oven
levels for a selection of typical dishes.
• Temperatures and baking times should be regarded as reference
figures only. The actual values depend on the type of preparation,
quality of ingredients and the baking tin in use.
• We recommend first selecting a lower temperature and then
increasing it if necessary, for example if you want a higher degree
of browning or the baking time is too long.
• If you cannot work out the settings for a specific recipe, simply use
the settings for the most similar recipe.
• When baking cakes on baking trays or in tins on more than one
level, the baking time may be extended by 10 –15 minutes.
• Baking with a high liquidity content (e.g. pizza, fruit cakes, etc.)
should be baked on a single level only.
• With cakes and baking with different levels of dough, uneven
browning may take place initially. In this case, do not alter the
temperature setting. The degree of browning will even itself out
over the baking process.
• For energy saving, use the residual heat for 8 minutes before
finishing cooking times.
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Baking Tables
Baking on a single oven level
Operating mode
Recipe
Cakes in baking tins
Ring-shaped pound
cake
Biscuits / pancakes
Sponge finger
Flan base – shortcrust
pastry
Flan base – cake
mixture
Apple pie
Spicy cakes and flan
base (e.g. quiche
lorraine)
Cheesecake2)
Cakes on baking tray
Bread plaits / larger
cakes
Christmas stollen
Bread (rye bread)
initially, then later
Pie / eclair
Swiss roll
Fruit cake with
shortcrust pastry
Convection
heat
Conventional
heat
Baking time
Oven
level
Temp.
in °C
Oven
level
Temp.
in °C
For both types
of baking, in
hrs, mins.
2
150–160
2
160–180
0:50–1:10
2
2
3
140–160
150–160
170–180
2
2
2
150–170
160–180
190–2101)
1:10–1:30
0:25–0:40
0:10–0:25
3
150–170
2
170–190
0:20–0:25
2
2
150–170
160–180
2
2
170–190
190–210
0:50–1:00
0:30–1:10
2
140–160
2
170–190
1:00–1:30
3
160–170
4
170–190
0:30–0:40
3
2
150–1701)
180–2001)
140–160
160–1701)
150–1701)
160–1701)
4
2
160–1801)
2301)
160–180
190–210
180–2001)
170–1901)
0:40–1:00
0:20
0:30–1:00
0:15–0:30
0:10–0:20
0:40–1:20
3
3
3
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4
4
4
Operating mode
Recipe
Slices with topping/
filling, e.g. quark,
cream, sugar,
almonds
Pizza (thick base)2)
Pizza (thin base)
Unleavened bread
Wähe (Swiss flan)
Biscuits
Shortcrust biscuits
Iced biscuits
Cake mixture biscuits
Cakes and pastries
with egg white,
meringues
Macaroons
Yeast dough biscuits
Puff pastry cakes and
pastries
Bread rolls
Convection
heat
Conventional
heat
Baking time
Oven
level
Temp.
in °C
Oven
level
–
–
4
For both types
of baking, in
hrs, mins.
1)
160–180
0:40–1:20
1
1
1
1
180–200
200–220
200–220
180–200
1
1
1
1
190–2101)
2301)
2301)
210–230
0:30–1:00
0:10–0:25
0:08–0:15
0:35–0:50
3
3
3
3
150–160
140–150
150–160
80–100
4
4
4
4
170–1901)
160–180
170–190
100–120
0:06–0:20
0:10–0:40
0:15–0:20
2:00–2:30
3
3
3
100–120
160–170
160–1801)
4
4
4
120–140
170–190
190–2101)
0:30–0:60
0:20–0:40
0:20–0:30
3
180–2001)
4
180–2201)
0:20–0:35
Temp.
in °C
Preheat the oven.
2) Use deep pan.
Always count Oven levels from the bottom up.
1)
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Baking Tables
Baking on more than one oven level
Recipe
Cakes /cakes and
pastries on baking
sheet
Pie / eclair
Dry sponge cake with
crumble topping
Biscuits
Shortcrust biscuits
Iced biscuits
Cake mixture biscuits
Cakes and pastries
with egg white,
meringues
Macaroons
Yeast dough cookies
Puff pastry cakes and
pastries
Bread rolls
Hot air
Baking time in
hrs, mins.
Oven level Temp. in °C
2/5
2/5
160–1801)
140–160
0:35–0:60
0:30–0:60
2/5
2/5
2/5
2/5
150–160
140–150
160–170
80–100
0:15–0:35
0:20–0:60
0:25–0:40
2:10–2:50
2/5
2/5
2/5
100–120
160–170
170–1801)
0:40–1:20
0:30–0:60
0:30–0:50
2/5
180–1901)
0:30–0:55
Preheat oven!
Always count Oven levels from the bottom up.
Place the deep pan on level 5.
1)
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Table for strudel and baked dishes
Baked pasta
Lasagne
Baked vegetables
Pizza baguette
Soufflé
Fish pie
Stuffed vegetables
Conventional heat
Baking time in
hrs, mins.
Oven level Temp. in °C
1
180–200
0:45–1:00
1
180–200
0:25–0:40
1
200–2201)
0:15–0:30
1)
1
200–220
0:15–0:30
1
180–200
0:15–0:30
1
180–200
0:30–1:00
1
180–200
0:30–1:00
Preheat the oven.
Always count Oven levels from the bottom up.
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Baking tables for frozen ready–made dishes
Oven
Oven
Temperature
Time
level function
Frozen
3 Conventional Follow instructions Follow instructions
pizza
Heat
on pack.
on pack.
Baguettes
3 Conventional Follow instructions Follow instructions
Heat
on pack.
on pack.
Fruit cake
3 Conventional Follow instructions Follow instructions
base
Heat
on pack.
on pack.
Chips
3
Convection
200–220°C
15–25 mins.
Heat
Dish
Always count Oven levels from the bottom up.
Note: Turn chips 2 or 3 times when heating.
When heating frozen dishes, the baking tray may bend out of shape because
of the great difference in the temperature of the frozen food and the oven.
Trays normally return to their original shape once they have cooled down.
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Baking tables
Baking tips
Results of baking
The cake base is
too light
Cake collapses
(turns lumpy,
soggy)
Possible cause
Wrong Oven level
Solution
Use a dark baking tin or put the
cake one level lower down.
Oven temperature too Set the temperature slightly
high
lower.
Baking time too short Set a longer baking time. The
baking time cannot be
reduced by setting a higher
temperature.
Mixture contains too Use less liquid. Follow
much liquid
instructions for dough mixing
times, especially when using
kitchen appliances.
Cakes are too dry Oven temperature too Next time set a slightly higher
low
temperature.
Baking time too long Set a slightly shorter baking
time.
Cakes are
Baking temperature Set a slightly lower baking
browned unevenly too high and baking temperature and a slightly
time too short
higher baking time.
Mixture unevenly
Distribute the mixture evenly
distributed
over the baking tray/tin.
Baking time too
Temperature too
Next time set a slightly
long
low
higher temperature.
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Roasting
You can use the Fan grill(
for roasting.
) or Conventional heat(
) functions
TIP:
•U
se heat resistant dishes when roasting (follow manufacturer’s
instructions).
•S
tainless steel roasting pans are only of limited use, as they reflect
the heat to a very large extent.
•W
hen using dishes with plastic handles, ensure that the handles
are heat resistant (follow manufacturer’s instructions).
•L
arge items for roasting or a number of items can be placed
directly on the deep pan or on the wire grille above the deep pan
(e.g. turkey, goose, 3~4 chickens, 3~4 knuckles of veal).
•L
ean meat should be roasted in a roasting tray with a lid (e.g. veal,
braised beef, deep frozen meat). This keeps the juices in the meat.
•F
or cooking crispy crusts or bacon, a casserole dish with no lid
should be used (e.g. pork, minced meat, lamb, mutton, duck,
knuckle of veal, chicken, poultry meat, roast beef, fillet of beef,
game birds).
TIP:
•C
lean the oven as soon as possible after use if you are roasting in
an open-topped tin or dish. It is easier to remove fat splashes
when the oven is still warm.
CAUTION
• Allow the oven to cool down enough to ensure there is no
risk of burning yourself.
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Roasting
The table contains the required temperatures,roasting times and
Oven levels for various kinds of meat. The figures stated are
approximate figures only.
• We recommend cooking meat and fish weighing over 1 kg in the
oven.
• For lean meat and fish, use Conventional heat. For all other kinds
of meat we recommend Fan grill(
) mode.
• Add a little liquid to prevent roasting juices or fat from getting
burned onto the pan surfaces.
• Turn the food over after about half or two thirds of the cooking
time.
TIP: F
or better roasting results,baste joints and poultry with their
own juices a number of times during the roasting process.
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Roasting tables
Roasting Table
Food
Beef
(approx. 1kg)
Venison
(approx. 1kg)
Leg of pork
(approx. 1kg)
Rolled pork
(approx. 1kg)
Leg of lamb
(approx. 2kg)
Poultry
(approx. 1kg)
Poultry
(approx. 2kg)
Stuffed
Poultry
(approx. 4kg)
Whole fish
(approx. 1.5kg)
Fan grill
– (1)
Oven
level
Temp.
Time
(°C) – (2) (mins.)
2)
2
190
50~70
Conventional
heat – (1)
Temp.
Time
(°C) – (2) (mins.)
200
70~90
22)
180
75~100
200~240
100~120
22)
180~190
80~110
200
100~120
22)
180~190
90~120
200~220
110~130
2
180
110~130
200
150
22)
210
50~60
200~220
70~90
2
200
60~80
200~220
110~120
2
2
180~190
180~190
100~120
120~140
200~220
190~210
110~140
130~150
22)
160~180
35~55
200~220
35~55
This table is intended as a guide only, individual tastes and cuts of
meat will vary.
1) If pot roasting, set the temperature 20°C higher.
2) Use the 4th level from the bottom when using Conventional heat.
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Grilling
For grilling, you have a choice of 3 different operating modes.
Large grill
For larger quantities of flat food for grilling, for top-baking in large
tins. Choose 1 of 3 power levels (1 low, 2 medium and 3 high), as
suitable for the food being grilled.
Small grill
For smaller quantities of flat food for grilling, for top-baking in small
tins. Choose 1 of 3 power levels (1 low, 2 medium and 3 high), as
suitable for the food being grilled.
Fan grill
For grilling larges pieces of meat or poultry, such as rolled roast or
turkey.
Note: When grilling, the oven door must be kept closed at all times.
As a basic principle, the oven should be preheated for 3 minutes!
Grilling dishes
Use the deep pan for grilling. Use the wire grille for making toast.
To catch dripping liquids, slide the baking tray or deep pan in at
Level 1 or 2.
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Oven levels
Use levels 5 or 6 for grilling flat pieces of meat.
CAUTION
• Exposed parts of the oven can become hot during grilling.
Keep children at a distance.
Using the grilling table
The grilling times are intended as approximate values only. The
actual times may vary depending on the quality of the actual meat or
fish.
Grilling is particularly suitable for cooking flat pieces of meat and
fish.
Turn the grilled food over about halfway through the cooking time.
Grilling table
Food for grilling
Rissoles
Pork fillet
Grilling sausages
Beef or veal steaks
Fillet of beef
(1 kg approx.)
Toast1)
Toast with topping
Oven level
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
Large grill step 3
1st side
2nd side
8–10 mins.
6–8 mins.
10–12 mins.
6–10 mins.
8–10 mins.
6–8 mins.
6–7 mins.
5–6 mins.
10–12 mins.
10–12 mins.
2–3 mins.
6–8 mins.
Wire grille or deep pan
Always count the Oven levels from the bottom up.
1)
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2–3 mins.
–
Defrosting
Use the "Defrost(
)" operating mode to defrost food.
Defrosting dishes
• Remove the dish from its packaging, put it on a plate and place the
plate on the wire grille.
• Do not cover the dish with a plate or bowl, as this can considerably
extend the defrosting time.
• Do not use the liquid produced during defrosting for cooking the
dish to avoid the risk of salmonella. Ensure that the liquid
produced during defrosting is free to run off the food onto the plate
or a baking pan if using the wire grille.
Oven levels
• For defrosting,use the wire grille on Level 1, or Level 2 for larger
dishes.
Defrosting table
The following table contains reference values for defrosting.
Dish
Chicken, 1000 g
Meat, 1000 g
Meat, 500 g
Trout, 150 g
Strawberries, 300 g
Defrosting time
Comments
(mins.)
100–140
Use the wire grille with the
deep pan. Turn the chicken
after half of the time.
100–140
Turn the meat after half of
the time.
90–120
Turn the meat after half of
the time.
23–35
Do not cover.
20–30
Do not cover.
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Special functions
You can set your oven to low temperatures from 40°C and up. This
allows you to make yoghurt, for example, or to let dough rise.
How to make yoghurt
Dishes
Glasses or cups of 150 ml capacity which you cover with a lid or a
piece of tin foil.
Oven level
Place the wire grille on Level 4.
Preparation
1. Heat 1 litre of milk to 60–70°C.
2. Leave the milk to cool to roughly 40°C.
3. Stir 150g of natural yoghurt into the milk, and then pour the
mixture into the individual containers and cover.
4. Leave the individual containers on the wire grille for approx. 5–8
hours (until the yoghurt has reached a set consistency), mature in
the oven with Conventional heat elements set at 40°C.
How to raise yeast dough
Dishes
Use a heat-resistant bowl for the dough (40°C).
Oven level
Place the wire grille on Level 2.
Preparation
1. Put the dough in the bowl. Cover the bowl with a damp cloth and
place on the wire grille.
2. Switch on Conventional heat(
) mode at 40°C.
3. Leave the dough to rise until it has doubled in size.
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Cleaning and care
CAUTION
• Switch the oven off before cleaning and allow to cool.
Outside
Wipe the front of the appliance with a soft cloth using a mild
detergent.
• Do not use any caustic or abrasive cleaning materials.
• For aluminium front panels use a mild window cleaner and for
stainless steel front panels use the corresponding cleaner for
stainless steel.
Oven interior
Note!
Clean the appliance after use,as soon as it has cooled down. This
makes it easier to remove any deposits and they cannot get burnt
on.
• Switch the oven light on.
• Wipe down the oven with water and dishwashing liquid. Allow to
dry. Do not use any abrasive cleaners.
• Remove persistent deposits with a special oven cleaning product.
Important: When using a spray-on cleaner, it is essential to follow
the manufacturer’s instructions!
Do not clean the door seal by hand.
Accessories
Clean the accessories (wire grille, baking tray, etc.) after use and
allow to dry fully. If necessary, treat in advance to soften deposits.
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Oven light
Risk of electric shock!
• Switch the oven off before replacing bulbs.
• Disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply by unplugging
the power lead, or remove the fuse or turn off the circuit breaker
from the house fuse box.
Note : To protect the bulbs and glass cover, a soft cloth should be
placed on the oven floor.
Replacing the oven light / cleaning the glass cover
Step. 1
Remove the glass cover with the
aid of a narrow, flat implement(e.g.
tea-spoon) and clean it. Use one
hand to hold the glass cover so
that it does not fall when it is
removed.
Step. 2
Pull the defective halogen bulb out.
Then replace it with a new
one(20W, 12V, Osram)
Note : Always use a cloth to take
hold of a halogen light to
avoid it burning on fatty
deposits.
Step. 3
Refit the glass cover.
Note : M
ake sure that all parts are
correctly in place.
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Oven door
Removing the oven door
Step. 1
To remove the oven door for
easier cleaning, open the door
fully.
Step. 2
To release the locking
clamps on the hinges
turn inner area of clamps
upwards and outer area
of them downwards as
illustrated.
Locking clamp
Step. 3
Then lift the door upwards as
far as it will go.
Note : D
o not attempt to take
the door off the hinge
guides when it is in a
horizontal position. The
guides will close, and
damage the appliance.
1
Step. 4
Hold the door securely at both
sides and lift upwards off the hinge guides.
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2
Rehanging the oven door
Step. 1
Hold the door securely at
both sides and carefully
fit it back onto the hinge
guides.
Note : M
ake sure that the
door goes back on
straight.
2
1
Step. 2
Turn inner area of clamps
downwards and outer
area of them upwards as
far as they will go into a
horizontal position. Make
sure that the notches on
the locking clamps hook
into the slots on the door
as illustrated.
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Oven door
Dismantling the oven door
The oven door is fitted with four glass panels, mounted one behind
the other. The inner glass panels can be removed for cleaning.
Note : The following steps must be performed only after the oven
door has been removed after it has cooled down. Place
the door on a soft and even surface with the handle facing
down to protect it from breakage and to prevent it getting
scratched.
Step. 1
Remove the two screws at
the right and left-hand side
of the door and pull the
top cover above the glass
panels forward.
1
2
Door top cover
1
Step. 2
Lift the innermost pane up and out from the door carefully. Then
remove the insulator.
insulator
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Step. 3
Lift the second pane up and out.
Then remove the spacer from
the Door.
Note : S
pacers are located next
to the mount bracket to
keep the Individual door
panels in position.
Step. 4
Now the third pane can be
removed.
Handle them very carefully to
avoid the risk of breakage.
mount bracket
Door top cover
Spacer
Insulator
Pane #1
Pane #2
Pane #3
Pane #4
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Oven door
Refitting the glass panels
Step. 1
Refit the third pane and spacer.
Then refit the second pane
carefully.
Step. 2
Refit the black printed pane. The
print should face in towards the
middle pane.
Note : Individual panes must be
located correctly in their
retainers.
Step. 3
Finally replace the top cover and
secure it by screwing onto the
door.
Note : C
lean the glass panels with a mild detergent. Do not use
harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the
oven door glass since they can scratch the surface, which
may result in shattering of the glass.
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Troubleshooting
Fault
The oven does not
heat up.
Possible cause
The oven is not
switched on.
The clock is not set.
The required settings
have not been set.
Fault in the mains
power supply. The
protective circuit
breaker or the fuses
have been tripped.
The oven does
Overall & End of
not heat up even
cooking time were set
after function and
to start cooking at a
temperature are set. later time.
The clock symbol
There has been a
blinkes in the
power failure.
display.
The oven lighting is The oven bulb is
not operating.
faulty.
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Solution
Switch the oven on.
Set the clock.
Check the settings.
Check the fuse and
the circuit breaker.
If the fault reoccurs,
consult a qualified
electrician.
Cancel the settings
or set them again.
Set the current time
on the clock display.
Change the oven
bulb. See “Oven
light” for details.
Troubleshooting
If the fault connot be rectified by the above measures, contact
the LG service center
Note! If faulty,the appliance must not be used. If a fault occurs, the
appliance must be isolated by removing the mains plug or switched
off by removing the fuse or turning off the circuit breaker in the
house fuse box.
The appliance must only be repaired by a specially trained and
qualified electrical professional. Repairs carried out improperly
may result in considerable damage.
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Error codes
Error Code
F-1
F-2
F-3
Possible Cause
Sensor(Thermistor) is
short.
Sensor(Thermistor) is
open.
Door Locking system
has malfunctioned.
Solution
Please contact the LG
service center.
Please contact the LG
service center.
Shut off the power
supply and reconnect
the power. (wait a few
minutes) If the door is
unlocked, you can use
the oven normally. But
if the fault message
appears again, Please
contact the LG service
center.
CAUTION
• Repairs to the appliance must be carried out by a specially
licensed technician only! Considerable danger may result
from incorrect repairs.
• Do not use the appliance if damaged. In the event of a fault
or failure, switch off at the mains. In the event of a fault,
visits by technicians from Customer Service or dealers
may not be covered by the warranty if the cause of failure
is the result of abnormal customer use.
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Technical specifications
Mains connection MAX power consumption
220-240 V~ 50 Hz
3200 watt
Oven installation dimensions
Height min. 600
Width
min. 560
Depth
min. 556
Oven interior dimensions (mm)
Height x width x depth
330 x 454 x 415
Volume (useful capacity) 65 L
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Installation instructions
Important: installation should be undertaken by a qualified
professional electrician only.
The oven must be installed in compliance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Safety instructions for the installer
• During installation, ensure that no persons can come into contact
with live components.
• The housing in which the oven is installed must comply with the
stability requirements of the DIN 68930 standard.
• The oven must be installed by a qualified professional electrician,
in accordance with the corresponding regulations and standards.
• The oven is a heavy appliance and must be transported with great
care.
• Before initial use, remove all packaging, both external and from
inside the appliance.
• No modification may be made to the oven’s technical
characteristics.
• The integrated cooking area or hotplates is/are provided with
special connections. These may only be attached to the
appropriate corresponding connections of the same type.
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Customer service & spare parts
If you require spare parts or a technician, contact your local LG
Customer Service Centre.
Your call will be automatically passed on to the Customer Service
Centre responsible for your post code area. You can find the
address of your local Customer Service Centre and other
information for customers on the Internet at www.lg.com
Please ensure you have the following details to hand:
1. Your name and address, including your post code.
2. Your telephone number.
3. Exact details of the nature of the problem.
4. The model, series and serial number. These details are found on
the rating plate located at the left-hand inner edge of the oven
door.
5. Your dated receipt of purchase. Please note that proof of
purchase is required for any guarantee claim. Before requesting a
guarantee claim, please ensure that you have read through the
section on “Troubleshooting”. There will be a charge for any
inspection carried out by a technician if it should transpire that
there is no mechanical or electrical fault present in the appliance.
Customer Service
For general queries on LG appliances or further details of LG
products,please contact our Customer Service Centre in writing or
by telephone or visit our website at www.lgservice.com
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1300 LG CARE (1300 54 2273) AUSTRALIA or
0800 LG CARE (0800 54 2273) NEW ZEALAND
www.lg.com
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