LG | LD61105SS | LG LD61105SS Owner’s Manual

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Built In Oven
Installation and Operating Instructions
LD61105SS
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the oven,
it is essential to read these operating instructions
before it is installed or used for the first time.
And please keep this manual for later reference.
P/No.: MFL62060307
Contents
Instructions for proper user ...................................................... 3
1. Instructions proper use ........................................................... 3
User Instructions ........................................................................ 4
Safety instruction ....................................................................... 5
2. Safety instruction .................................................................... 5
Instructions for the user ............................................................ 7
3. Know your oven ..................................................................... 7
4. Before first use ....................................................................... 7
5. Electronic programmer ........................................................... 8
6. Oven cavity............................................................................ 11
7. Available accessories ........................................................... 12
8. Description of control ............................................................ 13
9. Cooking function .................................................................. 16
10. Oven temperature conversion chart ................................... 21
11. Cooking chart ..................................................................... 22
12. Cleaning and maintenance ................................................ 24
13. Something wrong? .............................................................. 29
Instructions for the installer .................................................... 30
14. Installation .......................................................................... 30
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER: these contain user advice,
description of the commands and the correct procedures for
cleaning and maintenance of the appliance.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER: these are intended for the
authorised person who must install the appliance, set it functioning
and carry out an inspection test.
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Instructions for proper user
1. Instructions proper use
Electrical connection: Please refer to installation instruction for the
gas & electrical safety regulations and the ventilation requirements.
In your own interest, and that of safety, it is the law that all gas
appliances be installed by a licenced gasfitter, who will comply with
the relevant standards and regulations.
Disconnection of gas and electric appliances should always be
carried out by a licenced gasfitter.
This manual is an integral part of the appliance and therefore must
be kept in its entirety and in an accessible place for the whole
working life of the oven. We advise careful reading of this manual
and all the instructions therein before using the oven. installation
must be carried out by qualified personnel in accordance with the
regulations in force. This appliance is intended for domestic uses
and conforms to current regulations in force. The appliance has
been built to carry out the following functions: Cooking and
heating-up of food in a domestic application. All other uses are
considered improper.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for improper use.
Never use this appliance for heating rooms.
Do not leave the packing in the home environment. Separate the
various waste materials and take them to the nearest special
garbage collection centre.
This appliance is designed for cooking food and it shall not be used
as a space heater.
Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in
operation.
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User Instructions
Do not obstruct ventilation openings and heat dispersal slits.
The I.D plate with technical data, registration number and brand
name is positioned visibly on the oven door frame.
The plate must not be removed.
To prevent any steam in the oven creating
problems, open the door in two stages: Half open
(5 cm approx.) for 4-5 seconds and then fully
open. To access food, always leave the door
open as short a time as possible to prevent the
temperature in the oven from falling and ruining
the food.
The oven door must not be used as
resting table for food awaiting placing into the oven or foods being
removed from the oven.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage to
persons or things caused by non-observance of the above
guidelines or by interference with any part of the appliance or
by the use of non-original spares.
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Safety instruction
2. Safety instruction
Instructions for the installer: These are intended for the qualified
technician who must install the appliance, set it functioning and
carry out an inspection test.
Do not attemp to move the appliance by pulling on the door
handles. Open the door and grasp the frame of the oven taking
care that the door does not shut on your fingers.
It is obligatory for the electrical system to be earthed according to
the methods required by safety rules.
When linking up to mains by hard wiring, connect by means of a
power cable complying with applicable regulations.
The socket or power isolation switch must be accessible after the
appliance has been built in.
Always check that the control knobs are in the “ZERO” (OFF)
position when you finish using the oven.
Never put flammable objects in the oven: They could be
accidentally lit causing fire or an explosion.
Parts of the appliance may be hot during or immediately after use.
Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the
oven. Allow sufficient time for the appliance to cool after switching off.
The oven is designed for use by adults. Do not allow children to
go near or play with it.
The appliance becomes very hot during use. Suitable heat-proof
gloves should be worn for all operations
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Safety instruction
During cooking, do not cover the bottom of the oven with
aluminium, tin foil or greaseproof paper and do not place pans
or oven trays on it as this may damage the enamel coating.
Before the appliance is put into operation, all the labels and
protective films applied inside or outside must be removed. This
does not include the Rating label which must not be removed.
Do not place plastic products or products with plastic parts inside
the oven. If accidentally left inside they may be a source of serious
danger to the user and put the appliance’s operation at risk.
Before closing the oven door, make sure that all the shelves and
trays provided have been pushed fully into place so that they do
not touch the glass when the door is closed.
Immediately after installation carry out a brief inspection test of
the oven, following the instructions. Should the appliance not
function, disconnect it from the supply and call the nearest
technical assistance centre.
Never attempt to repair the appliance. All repairs must be carried
out by an authorised engineer or at an authorised service centre.
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Instructions for the user
3. Know your oven
1⃞
2⃞
3⃞
4⃞
5⃞
6⃞
7⃞
Front control panel
Oven cavity
Oven fan
Oven light
Oven door
Door handle
Oven guide for shelf and pan
COOLING SYSTEM
The appliance is equipped with 2 cooling fans
which come into operation when the oven is
switched on. Operation of the fan generates a
normal flow of air which comes out at the bottom,
in the centre of the front of the oven, and may
continue for a short time even after the oven is
switched off.
4. Before first use
Do not leave the packing in the home environment. Separate the
various waste materials and take them to the nearest special
garbage collection centre.
Before using the oven for the first time, pre-heat it to maximum
temperature long enough to burn any manufacturing oily residues
which could give the food a bad taste Wipe down the oven with a
damp cloth after it has cooled down.
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Instructions for the user
HOW TO PROCEED
Remove all the accessories from the inside of the oven.
Remove all the removable label and any protective foils from the
outside and the inside of the oven, excluding the rating label.
To switch on the oven at first use or after a power black-out, simply
press the programmer central key for 1 to 2 seconds to enable
cooking in the large oven. The small oven does not require any
specific switch-on procedures: simply turn the thermostat knob to
any setting.
Set the function knobs on the symbol
and the thermostat knob to
250°C. For the small oven simply turn the thermostat knob on the
symbol 250 .
5. Electronic programmer
LIST OF FUNCTIONS
Minute-Counter key
Manual operation key
Cooking time key
Time back key
End-of-Cooking key
Time forward key
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5.1 Clock adjustment
When using the oven for the first time, or after a power failure, the
display flashes regularly and indicates 0:00 . To stop flashing,
press key
on the display. By pressing keys
or
each
single press changes the time by 1 minute either up or down.
Press one of the two keys until the right time appears. The time will
be set if no other button is pressed for 10 seconds.
Before setting the programmer activate the desired function and
temperature.
5.2 Semiautomatic cooking
Use this setting for automatic oven switch-off at the end of cooking
time. By pressing key
, the display lights up, showing 0:00 ;
keep the key pressed and at the same time, press keys
or
to set the cooking time.
Release key
to start the programmed cooking time count. The
display will now show the right time together with symbols A and
.
5.3 Automatic cooking
Use this setting to automatically start and stop the oven.
By pressing key
, the display lights up showing 0:00 ; keep the
key pressed and at the same time, press keys
or
to set the
cooking time.
By pressing key
the sum of the right time + cooking time will
appear; keep the key pressed and at the same time, press keys or
to regulate the end of cooking time.
Release key
to start the programmed count and the display will
show the right time together with symbols AUTO and
.
After setting, to see how much cooking time is left, press key
; to see end of cooking time, press key
.
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Instructions for the user
5.4 End of cooking
When cooking is over, the oven will automatically switch off and, at
the same time, an intermittent alarm will sound. After switching off
the alarm, the display will once again show the right time together
with the symbol
, indicating that the oven has returned to manual
operation mode.
5.5 Adjusting alarm volume
The acoustic alarm has three different settings. These can be
adjusted, while the alarm is off, by pressing key
.
5.6 Switching off the alarm
The alarm switches off automatically after seven minutes. It can be
manually turned off by pressing key
.
5.7 Minute-counter
The programmer can also be used as a simple minute counter.
The use of the minute-counter will not interrupt oven operation
at the end of the set time.
By pressing key
, the display shows 0:00 ; keep the key
pressed and at the same time press keys
or
By releasing
the key
, the programmed count starts and the symbols
and
appear on the monitor.
After programming the minute-counter, the display will show the
right time. to display remaining time, press key
.
Wrong settings are prevented logically (e.g., any conflict
between end of cooking time and a longer time will not be
accepted by the programmer).
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5.8 Cancellation of set data
Once the programme has been set, keep the key of the function to
be cancelled pressed, while at the same time 0:00 is reached by
means of variation keys
or
Time cancellation will be
considered as end-of-cooking time by the programmer.
5.9 Changing the set data
The cooking data entered can be changed at any time by keeping
the function key pressed and at the same time adjusting the keys
or
.
6. Oven cavity
1⃞
2⃞
3⃞
Grill upper heating element
4⃞
5⃞
6⃞
7⃞
Self cleaning panel
Roof
Oven light
Large oven: it comes on when the
function switch knob is turned to any
position.
Small oven: rotate the temperature
knob clockwise to the first setting
aligned with the lamp symbol ( ).
The light will remain on throughout
entire oven operation.
Oven guide for shelf and pan
Lower heating element
Oven fan
ventilated heating element
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Instructions for the user
7. Available accessories
The large oven has 4 supports for positioning
plates and racks at various heights and has
upper protection.
The small oven has 3 supports.
Some models do not feature all accessories.
Oven shelf: useful for holding cooking vessels.
Grill rack: for placing above plate for cooking
foods that might drip.
Grill pan: useful for catching fat from foods on
the grill above.
Pastry plate: for baking cakes, pizza and oven
desserts.
Roof liner/Grill guard: removing this simplifies
cleaning procedures inside the oven.
Chromium-plated tubular gripper for removing hot racks and
plates from the oven.
Accessories available on request
Original accessories may be ordered from any Authorised
Service Centre.
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8. Description of control
1⃞
1⃞
2⃞
3⃞
4⃞
5⃞
6⃞
7⃞
3⃞
2⃞
4⃞
Large oven function knob
Large oven thermostat knob
Large oven thermostat indicator light
Clock and electronic programmer
Small oven thermostat indicator light
Small oven thermostat knob
Small oven variable grill knob
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6⃞
5⃞
7⃞
Instructions for the user
8.1 Large oven function knob
Turn the knob in either direction onto one of the following symbols:
No function set
Defrosting: The flow of air
produced by the fan ensures
quicker defrosting. The air
circulating inside the oven is at
room temperature.
Upper and lower heating
element: using the upper
and the lower elements is ideal
for all types of cooking. It is
also suitable for re-heating
dishes prepared in advance.
Upper and lower heating
element + Ventilation: This
function is recommended for
cooking cakes and bread on just
one shelf.
Grill element: for grilling
meat, toasting or browining
dishes.
Wide grill element +
Ventilation: For rapid
Lower heating element:
browning of foods for grilling,
such as meat or fish.
Recommended for large-sized
items.
This function is recommended
when blind- baking pastry or
cooking pizza. It may also be
used to finish off quiches or
flans to ensure the base pastry
is properly cooked.
Ventilated heating element:
Upper and lower heating
element + Ventilated
heating element: This
function is recommended for
cooking different types of food
(meat, fish, vegetables and
cakes) simultaneously on
different shelves.
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The air inside the oven is heated by
the element around the fan situated
behind the back panel. The fan
circulates hot air to maintain an
even temperature inside the oven.
Select any temperature between
50°C and 250°C. This function is
recommended for cooking different
types of food (meat, fish, vegetables
and cakes) simultaneously on
different shelves.
8.2 Large oven thermostat knob
Select the cooking temperature by turning the thermostat knob in
the direction shown in the diagram, to a setting between 50° and
250°C.
8.3 Small oven thermostat knob
Set to the required temperature, between 50° and 250°C. The oven
is switched on by turning the knob clockwise to any one of the
following functions except the oven light:
No function set
Lower heating element:
this function is used when blindbaking pastry or cooking pizza.
It may also be used to finish off
quiches or flans to ensure the
base pastry is cooked enough.
Oven Light
No element engaged
Upper and lower heating
element: This way used the
Grill element: for grilling
meat, toasting or browning
dishes.
upper and the lower elements
and is ideal for all type of
cooking. It is also suitable for
re-heating dishes prepared in
advance.
Wide grill element: for
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grilling meat, toasting or
browning dishes.
Recommended for large-sized
items.
Instructions for the user
8.4 Small oven variable grill knob
Position the small oven thermostat knob on the symbol or .
Turn the grill temperature selector knob in the direction shown in
the diagram to the setting of choice.
The thermostat will turn on and off to maintain the selected
temperature. When the thermostat turns, on the light will glow. Keep
the small oven door closed during grilling
8.5 Thermostat indicator light
When this light comes on, the oven is heating up.
When this light goes out, the preset heating temperature
has been reached.
When the light flashes, the temperature inside the oven
is steady at the set temperature.
9. Cooking function
Upper and lower heating element
Keep the oven door closed during cooking.
Ideal for all types of cooking, especially baking,
fish, terrines and vegetable based dishes.
To ensure even heat distribution, we recommend
you cook on one level only.
Preheating is recommended in particular when
baking cakes and pizza.
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How to cook?
LARGE OVEN: Set the function knob on the symbol
and use the
thermostat knob to select the temperature between 50°C and
250°C.
SMALL OVEN: Turn the small oven thermostat knob to between
50°C and 250°C
Wide grill element
Grill element
Keep the oven door closed during grilling.
Grilling with the door open could
permanently damage the oven and affect
safety of operation.
This cooking mode is recommended for cuts of meat (pork chops,
sausages, etc.) which stay tender and juicy, and for toasting or for
browning toppings on prepared dishes, preferably hot.
How to cook?
LARGE OVEN: Set the large oven function knob on the symbol
and the thermostat knob on 250 . For best results, place the pan in
the highest guide (4-3 for the large oven / 2-3 for the small oven).
For short-term cooking of small quantities, place the grid in the
fourth guide from the bottom. For long-term cooking and grills, put
the grid in the lowest guide suitable for the size of the food.
SMALL OVEN: Turn the small oven thermostat knob to the
or
symbol (depending on the amount of food to be cooked) and set the
power using the variable grill knob.
Cooking time depends on the thickness of the meat not on its
weight.
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Instructions for the user
Upper heating element
Keep the oven door closed during cooking.
This function is recommended when blind-baking
pastry or cooking pizza. It may also be used to
finish off quiches or flans to ensure the base
pastry is properly cooked.
Preheating is recommended in particular when baking cakes and
pizza.
How to cook?
LARGE OVEN: Set the function knob on the
symbol and use the
thermostat knob to select the temperature between 50°C and 250°C.
SMALL OVEN: Set the small oven function knob on the
symbol.
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Ventilated heating element
Upper and lower heating element
+ Ventilation
Upper and lower heating element
+ Ventilated heating element
Keep the oven door closed during cooking.
Dishes can be cooked on one or several shelves using the fan
oven. The hot air circulation produces an even cooking
temperature. Fan oven cooking is recommended for all types of
dishes.
How to cook?
In fan-assisted mode preheating should be carried out at
30/40°C above the cooking temperature. This considerably
shortens cooking times and reduces power consumption, as
well as giving better cooking results.
Set the function knob on the
/
/
symbol and use the
thermostat knob to select the temperature between 50°C and 250°C.
Fan oven cooking generally requires a lower temperature than
conventional cooking.
The fan oven has even heating on all runner positions.
This means that batches of the same food can be cooked in the
oven at the same time.
However, the top shelf may brown slightly quicker than the lower one.
This is quite usual. There is no mixing of flavours between dishes.
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Instructions for the user
Wide grill element + Ventilation
Keep the oven door closed during grilling.
Fan grilling offers an alternative method of cooking food items
normally associated with conventional grilling. The grill element and
the oven fan operate simultaneously, circulating hot air around the
food. The need to check and turn the food is reduced. Fan grilling
helps to minimize cooking smells in the kitchen.
How to cook?
Set the function knob on the
symbol and use the thermostat
knob to select the temperature between 50°C and 200°C.
Cooking time depends on the thickness of the meat and not on
its weight.
Defrosting
The flow of air produced by the fan ensures
quicker defrosting.
The air circulating inside the oven is at room temperature.
Set the function knob on the
be left on 0.
symbol. The thermostat knob must
The advantage of defrosting at room temperature is that it
does not alter the taste and appearance of the food.
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10. Oven temperature conversion chart
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Instructions for the user
11. Cooking chart
ROASTING GUIDE
Beef
Lamb
Pork & Veal
Ham
Chicken
Turkey/goose
Function
selector
Shelf
level
Temperature
selector
Cooking time in minutes
Fan
2
150 – 160
20~30min per 500g
Conventional
2
200 – 210
20~30min per 500g
Fan
2
160 – 180
20~30min per 500g
Conventional
2
190 – 200
20~30min per 500g
Fan
2
160 – 180
20~30min per 500g
Conventional
2
180 – 190
20~30min per 500g
Fan
2
150 – 170
20~30min per 500g
Conventional
2
190 – 200
20~30min per 500g
Fan
2
150 – 170
15-20 per 500 g & 20 over
Conventional
2
180 – 190
15~20min per 500g
Fan
2
150 – 170
15 per 500g up to 3.5Kg
then 10 min per 500g
over the 3.5Kg.
Conventional
2
180 - 190
15 per 500g up to 3.5Kg
then 10min per 500g
over the 3.5Kg.
Stuffed or rolled meats add 10 mins per 500g to the above cooking
times
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BAKING CHART
Function
selector
Shelf
level
Temperature
selector
Cooking time in minutes
Fan
2
140
40 – 50 per 450 g mixture
Conventional
2
140
40 - 50 per 450g mixture
Fan
2–3–4
170
20 - 30
Conventional
2–3
180
20 – 30
Fan
2–3
210
Approx 15
Conventional
2–3
220
Approx 15
Fan
2
200
20 – 30
Conventional
2
220
20 - 30
Fan
3
190
35 – 45
Conventional
3
200
35 – 40
Fan
3
100
2 – 2.5 hours
Function
selector
Shelf
level
Temperature
selector
Cooking time in minutes
Egg Custard
Fan
3
150
45 – 1 hour
Baked sponge
Fan
3
180
45 – 45
Milk pudding
Fan
3
150
2 – 2.5 hours
Rich fruit cakes
Victoria sponge
Scones
Bread
Fruit pie
Meringues
PUDDING
For all foods pre-heat oven for 10 mins
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Instructions for the user
12. Cleaning and maintenance
CLEANING
Before performing any operations requiring access to powered
parts, switch off the power supply to the machine from the
isolation switch or the circuit breaker.
12.1 Cleaning stainless steel
To keep stainless steel in good condition it should be cleaned
regularly after use. Let it cool first.
12.1.1 Ordinary Daily Cleaning
To clean and preserve the stainless steel surfaces, always use only
specific products that do not contain abrasives or bleach.
How to use: pour the product on a damp cloth and wipe the
surface, rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth or chamois
leather.
12.1.2 Food stains or residues
Do not use metallic sponges or sharp scrapers: they will
damage the surface.
Use normal non-abrasive products for steel, and a
wooden or plastic tool if necessary.
Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth or leather
chamois.
Do not allow residues of sugary foods (such as jam) to set inside
the oven. If left to set for too long, they might damage the enamel
lining of the oven.
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12.2 Cleaning of the oven (without self-cleaning panels)
For best oven upkeep clean regularly after having allowed to
cool. Take out all removable parts.
• Do not use a steam jet for cleaning the inside of the oven.
• Clean the oven grill and side guides with hot water and nonabrasive detergent. Rinse and dry.
• The oven should be operated at the maximum temperature for
about 15/20 minutes after using specific products, to eliminate the
residues deposited inside the oven.
• For easier cleaning, the door can be removed (see P. 12.6 / 12.7)
12.3 Cleaning of the oven (with self-cleaning panels)
12.3.1 Self-cleaning liners
The oven is equipped with continuous self-cleaning enamelled liners.
These liners make the oven easier to clean and ensure its efficiency
over time.
12.3.2 Using the self-cleaning liners
Periodically, to prevent food residues and unpleasant smells from
accumulating inside the oven, the appliance should be operated
empty at temperatures of not less than 200°C for a time varying
from 30 to 60 minutes, in order to allow the self-cleaning liners to
oxidise the residues present. When the oven has cooled, these can
then be removed with a damp sponge.
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Instructions for the user
12.3.3 Looking after the self-cleaning liners
The liners should not be cleaned with abrasive creams or ordinary
detergents. Use a damp sponge only, so as not to damage the
special characteristics of the enamel which coats the liners.
12.3.4 Assembling the self-cleaning liners
1. Remove all accessories from the oven;
2. Remove the side grilles (fig.1);
3. Extract the side liners “F” and “G”(fig. 2);
4. Remove the back panel “A” after undoing the threaded ring-nut
“C” (fig. 2).
5. Reassemble the panels, restoring them to their original position.
1)
2)
To remove the self-cleaning liner at the back of the small oven,
extract it from the two screws on the bottom of the oven. To replace
it, align the two holes on the liner with the two screws on the bottom
and pull down until engaged.
12.4 Door glass
The door glass should always be kept clean. Use absorbent kitchen
paper to clean. In case of tough spots, clean with a damp sponge
using regular detergent. This oven door is air cooled. Care should
be taken not to use excess moisture for cleaning, and avoid spillage
through the vents.
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MAINTENANCE
The oven may require maintenance or replacement of parts subject
to wear such as seals, bulbs, and so on. The following instructions
describe how to carry out these minor maintenance operations.
Before any intervention, disconnect the power supply of the
device from the isolation switch or the circuit breaker.
12.5 Replacement of light bulb
Remove the bulb protector A by turning anticlockwise and change
bulb B with a similar one. Re-fit the bulb protector A.
Only use oven bulbs (T 300°C).
12.6 Removing door (large oven)
Hold the door on both sides with both hands near hinges A and
raise levers B. Lift up the door forming an angle of about 45° and
remove. To refit, slide the hinges A in the grooves, drop the door
and release levers B.
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Instructions for the user
12.7 Removing door (small oven)
Open the door completely and fit pins (supplied) into the holes from
the inside. Close the door to an angle of about 45°, lift it and
remove it from its seat. To replace, fit the hinge into the groove
provided, then lower the door until it comes to rest and extract the
pins. If the pins are lost, two screwdrivers can also be used.
12.8 Oven door seal
To permit thorough cleaning of the oven, the seal may
be removed. Before removing the seal, take off the
door as described above. Once the door has been
taken off, lift the tabs at the corners as shown in the
figure.
After cleaning, refit the seal with the longer side
horizontal and insert the tabs into the appropriate holes
starting from the top ones.
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13. Something wrong?
PROBLEM
The oven doesn’t work
The results of cooking
are unsatisfactory
The oven smokes
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO?
- The oven is not wired in or
switched on at the wall.
- There is a power failure
- An automatic cooking
program has been set
- Switch on at the wall
- Insufficient pre-heating
- Temperature is too high or
too low
- Wrong shelf position
- Wrong type of dish
- Temperature is incorrectly set
- Cooking time is incorrect
- Cooking function selector is
wrongly positioned
- The shelf or oven dish is not
in the centre of the oven
- Counsult cooking guides
- The oven is dirty
- Clean the oven once cooking
is finished. Let it cool first.
- Use a larger dish
- Reduce temperature setting
- Food has spilled over
- Food (meat) is spitting
excessively
- Check power supply
- Set the programmer back
to the off position
- Centre the shelf or oven
dish in the oven
Steam and condensation
settle on the food and
the oven cavity
- The dish has been left inside
the oven too long
- Leave dishes inside the
oven no longer than
15 – 20 minutes after the
cooking is completed
The timer keeps flashing
- There has been a power
failure
- Reset the clock
The timer does not work
- Incorrect setting
- Check the instructions for
timer
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Instructions for the installer
14. Installation
14.1 Technical information
Oven type
Electrical connections
Required protection fuse for the oven
See rating plate
220-240 / 380-415 V 2N~ 50 Hz
30 Amps
OVEN RATING
Ovens
Maximum electrical power
Oven grilling
Large grilling power
Small grilling power
Ovens lightings
Electric
6.1 kW
Electric
3.0 kW (230 V)
1.8 kW (230 V)
25 W (230 V)
OVEN CAVITY DIMENSIONS
Height (cm)
Width (cm)
Depth (cm)
Internal volume (cm2)
Large oven
34
46
40
62560
Small oven
23
46
40
42320
14.2 The rating Label
Check that mains voltage and power cable ratings are as per the
indications provided on the label attached to the oven door frame.
This label must never be removed.
EL.APP TCA090414EA
220-240 / 380-415 V 2N~ 50 Hz
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14.3 Electrical connection
It is obligatory for the electrical system to be grounded according to
the methods required by safety rules.
When linking up to mains by plug and socket, make sure that both
are compatible to the power requirement and connect by means of
a power cable complying with applicable regulations.
The socket must be accessible after the appliance has been built in.
Never unplug by pulling on the cable.
Immediately after installation carry out a brief inspection test of
the oven, following the instructions. Should the appliance not
function, disconnect it from the supply and call the nearest
technical assistance centre.
Never attempt to repair the apliance.
Avoid use of adapters and shunts as these could cause overheating
and risk of burns.
If a fixed power connection is being used, fit a power cord with an
omnipolar circuit breaker with a contact opening gap equal to or
greater than 3 mm in an easily accessible position in proximity to
the oven.
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Instructions for the installer
For operation on 380-415 V 2N~: use an
H05V2V2 type four-core cable
(4 x 1.5 mm2).
For operation on 220-240 V~: use an
H05V2V2 type three-core cable (3 x 4 mm2).
380-415 V 2N~
220-240 V~
The cable end to be connected to the
appliance must be provided with an earth wire
(yellow-green) at least 20 mm longer.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage to persons
or things caused by non-observance of the above guidelines or
electrical standards or by interference with any part of the appliance.
14.4 Installing the oven
The oven is designed for installing into any piece of furniture as
long as heat-resistant. Follow the dimensions given in Figure 1-2
allowing for a clearance of 80 to 90 mm at the top of the column.
Tighten the four screws A inside the frame to secure (Fig. 1).
(1)
(2)
The vent B shown in the diagram ensures the air flow required for
the oven cooling fans.
Never use the oven door to lever the oven into
place when fitting.
Avoid exerting too much pressure on the oven
door when open.
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FOR WARRANTY SERVICE PLEASE CONTACT
LG Service on 1300 LG CARE (1300 54 2273) AUSTRALIA or
0800 LG CARE (0800 54 2273) NEW ZEALAND
LG Electronics Australia
2 Wonderland Drive
Eastern Creek NSW 2766
(ABN : 98 064 531 264)
LGEAP
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