LG | LB641058S | LG LB641058S 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.
LB641058
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Contents
Safety ............................................................................... 4~8
Description of the feature ............................................... 9
Control panel ................................................................... 10~11
Accessories ..................................................................... 12~13
Telescopic runners (Feature not available in all countries.) ..... 14~15
Setting the clock ............................................................. 16
Prior cleaning .................................................................. 17
Operating the oven ......................................................... 18
Oven functions ................................................................ 19~20
Operation ......................................................................... 21~35
Changing the oven function ............................................ 21
Changing the oven temperature ..................................... 22
Switching off the oven ..................................................... 23
Cookware and their usages ............................................ 23
Maximum operation times for safety .............................. 24
Cooling fan operation / Energy Label Directive .............. 24
Clock functions ............................................................... 25
Kitchen timer .................................................................. 26
Cook time ....................................................................... 27
End time ......................................................................... 28~29
Combining the cook time and end time functions ........... 30~31
Adjusting the clock time .................................................. 32
Child safety function ....................................................... 33
Auto cook ........................................................................ 34~35
Auto cooking table .......................................................... 36~39
Baking .............................................................................. 40~41
Baking table ..................................................................... 42~45
Roasting ........................................................................... 46
Roasting table ................................................................. 47
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Grilling .............................................................................. 48
Grilling table .................................................................... 49
Defrosting ........................................................................ 50
Yogurt ............................................................................... 51
Cleaning and care ........................................................... 52~55
Using the self cleaning function .................................... 56~57
Oven light ......................................................................... 58~60
Oven door ........................................................................ 61~67
What should I do if… ...................................................... 68~71
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Safety
• 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.
Electrical Safety
If the oven has been damaged in transport, do not connect it.
• This appliance must be connected to the mains power supply by a
specially licensed electrician only.
• 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 defective, it must be replaced by a special
cord or assembly available from manufacturer or substance or its
service agent.
• If the appliance is supplied from a cord extension set or an
electrical portable outlet device, the cord extension set on
electrical portable outlet device must be positioned so that it is not
subject to splashing or ingress of moisture.
• Electrical leads and cables should not be allowed to touch the
oven.
• The oven should be connected to the electricity supply by means
of an approved circuit breaker or fuse.
Never use multiple plug adapters or extension leads.
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• Rating plate is located on the left side of door or the cover-back.
• 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.
• This connection may be achieved by having the plug accessible or
by incorporation a switch in the fixed wiring in accordance with the
wiring rules.
• 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.
Warning: The appliance should be powered down before replacing
the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Warning: When the oven operates, the interior parts will be very
hot.
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Safety
Safety during Operation
• This oven has been designed only for the cooking of household
foods and for Domestic use.
• When in use, the oven interior surfaces become very hot!
Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside
the oven.
• Never store flammable or easily deformable materials in the oven.
• The oven surfaces will become hot when the appliance is
operated at a high temperature for a long period of time.
• Excess spillage should be removed before self cleaning and all
utensils should not be left in the oven during pyrolytic selfcleaning.
• During self cleaning the surfaces get hotter than usual and
children should be kept at a safe distance.
• When cooking, take care when openning the oven door as hot air
and steam will escape rapidly.
• When cooking dishes that contain alcohol, the alcohol can
evaporate due to the high temperatures. The vapour can catch fire
if it comes into contact with a hot oven part.
• Do not use high-pressure water cleaners or steam jet cleaners for
safety reasons.
• When opening the door in the course of cooking, the upper
heating elements will remain on for 10 minutes if they were
already in operation prior to the door being opened. This reduces
heat loss and heating recovery time when the door remains
opened for longer periods.
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• Children should be kept at a safe distance when the oven operates.
• Frozen foods such as pizzas should be cooked on the wire grill. If the
Baking tray is used, it may become deformed due to the great
difference in temperature.
• Don’t pour water into the oven bottom when it is hot.
This could cause damage to the enamel surface and deform the base.
• The oven door must be closed when the cooking is performing.
• 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.
• Dripping fruit juices from the baking tray will leave stains, which
become indelible. When cooking very moist cakes, use the deep pan.
• Do not use the oven door as a rest table for hot or cold cookwares.
• 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.
• 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.
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.
• 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
Disposing of packaging material
• The appliance’s packaging is recyclable.
• Dispose of the packaging materials in the appropriate container at
your local waste disposal facilities.
Disposal of old appliances
Warning: Before disposing of old appliances please make them
inoperable so that they cannot be the source of danger.
To do this, disconnect the appliance from the main supply and
remove the main lead.
To protect the environment, it is important that worn-out appliances
are disposed of in the correct manner.
• The appliance must not be disposed of with household rubbish.
• You can obtain information about collection dates or public refuse
disposal sites from your local refuse department or council.
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Description of the Feature
Structure
Control panel
Oven light
Air outlet filter
Top heating elements
Oven levels
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Door seal
Rear wall heating
element
Level 2
Level 1
Fat Filter
Side runner
Oven light
Rating plate
Full glass
door
Door handle
Oven levels are numbered from the bottom up.
The 4 and 5 levels are mainly used for grill functions. Always grill
with the door closed.
The cooking tables throughout this operating instructions give you
suggested oven level (shelf positions), however you can change
these to suit yourself.
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Control Panel
1
3
1. Function display
2. Temperature display
3. Function selector
4. Temperature selector
10
2
4
6
7 5 8
9 10 11
12
5. Time display
6. Cook time button
7. End time button
8. Clock button
9. Timer button
10. Enter button
11. Oven light button
12. Control dial knob
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Accessories
Wire grill
For dishes, cake tins, roasting and grilling
trays.
Baking tray
For cakes and biscuits.
Deep pan
For roasting or collecting meat juices
or fat.
Grill tray
For fatty meat (for positioning in the
Deep pan). For grilling and/or roasting, we
recommend using the grill/roast system
provided. The Grill tray sits inside the
Deep pan so they can be placed in the oven together.
Grill rack
You can use Grill rack instead of
Grill tray ,if necessary, for effective
cooking performance.
Fat filter
For protecting the fan against fat building up. The filter may be in
place when
* Fan functions are being used for roasting.
* Fan Function: 3D Hot Air, Convection Heat,
Convection Grill
Note:
To install the fat filter, insert the two hooks into the holes on the fan
cover. The fat filter must cover the fan venting holes completely.
Do not use the fat filter in baking mode, as it restricts the air flow.
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The baking tray,deep pan and wire grill should be inserted correctly
into side runners.
When taking out the
cooked foods from the
5
oven, be careful of the
4
Baking tray
hot utensil and cooking.
3
2
Example:
Deep pan
1
gap 2cm
Level 1: Deep pan
Level 4: Baking tray
Note:
The deep pan or baking tray which is used to receive the dropping
juices or grease from the cooked foods should be porperly placed in
the side runners. If they are placed directly on the bottom surface of
the oven, the enamel surface will be damged by the intensive heat
which is concentrated to the contact area. That is, all utensils
should be away from the bottom of oven at least 2 cm.
When using the wire grill, make the most of its stoppers to prevent it
from sliding down out of the side runners.
5
4
3
2
1
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Telescopic Runners(Feature not available in all countries.)
Attaching the telescopic runners
When purchasing for the first time, attach the telescopic
runners as following procedures.
1. Insert two screws into
the both side screw
holes clockwise, and
turn them only
2~3 turns.
2. Insert and push the
back U-form of two
telescopic runners to
the body of two screws.
3. Position the front
U-form of telescopic
runners to the front
screw holes, and fasten
the two screws.
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4. Baking tray and Wire grill
should be positioned
accurately on the hook of
telescopic runners.
The bad coupling between
the baking tray and the
telescopic runners may take
place dropping of utensils or
cooking foods on the floor.
If the dropping foods are hot,
you may get burnt
by them.
Warning: If you should not do self-cleaning with these telescopic
runners and other all accessories in the oven.
Because this self-cleaning is performed in high
temperature (about 500°C), the telescopic runners and
utensils may be a useless thing.
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Setting the Clock
The oven only operates when the clock has been set.
<0> flash on the time display when the appliance is first connected,
or after a power cut.
the control dial knob to
1 Turn
set hour of current time.
the clock button(
2 Press
The <00> will blink.
).
(example: To set 1:30)
the control dial knob to
3 Turn
set minute of current time.
the clock button( )
4 Press
to finish setting the clock.
The appliance is now ready
to use.
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Prior Cleaning
You should clean the oven thoroughly before using for the first time.
Important: do not use sharp or abrasive cleaning materials!
These could damage the oven surface.
For ovens with metal fronts, use commercially available cleaning
agents.
To clean the oven
1. Open the door. The oven light comes on.
2. Clean all oven trays, accessories and the side runners with warm
water or washing-up liquid and polish dry with a soft clean cloth.
3. Wash the oven interior in the same way.
4. Wipe the front of the appliance with a damp cloth.
Check that the clock is set correctly. Remove accessories and
operate the oven with 3D Hot Air or Convection Grill, 200°C for 1
hour before using. There will be a distinctive smell, this is normal
but make sure your kitchen is well ventilated during the conditioning
period.
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Operating the Oven
The Electronic Oven Control
Display Field
Conventional Convection
Heat
Heat
3D Hot Air
*Small
Grill
*Large
Grill
Bottom
Convection
Grill
Self
Cleaning
Low
Defrost
Self
Cleaning
High
Useful Guide
• After setting a function, the oven automatically starts after 8
seconds.
• After starting the oven, the oven light is on for first 20 seconds
only for energy saving.
• To see want to see through the cooking while the oven is
operating, press the oven light button at any time.
* Large Grill: Actually “Radiant Grill Large Area” appears in the
display.
* Small Grill: Actually “Radiant Small Large Area” appears in the
display.
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Oven Functions
The following functions are available for this oven:
Conventional Heat
Suggested temperature: 190°C
For baking and roasting on one level.
The top and bottom heaters are in operation.
3D Hot Air
Suggested temperature: 150°C
For baking on up to two levels at the same time.
Set the oven temperature 20-40°C lower than with the
top/bottom function.The top, bottom and rear heaters
are in operation and in addition the fan is turned on.
Convection Heat
Suggested temperature: 200°C
The back wall heater is in operating and in addition
the fan is turned on.
Convection Grill
Suggested temperature: 190°C
For cooking cakes on one level and for biscuits that
must be well browned or crispy underneath. For
example, pizza, quiche lorraine, cheese cakes, etc.
Set the oven temperature 20-40°C lower than with the
top/bottom function.
The top heaters are in operation and in addition the fan is turned on.
Bottom
Suggested temperature: 170°C
Because the heat only comes from below, this setting
is ideal for baking items that require a crispy bottom,
such as pies.
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Oven Functions
Large Grill (1, 2, 3)
(Radiant Grill Large Area)
For grilling flat food in large quantities, such as
steaks, schnitzel, fish or for toasting.
Both top heaters and grill are in operation.
Small Grill (1, 2, 3)
(Radiant Grill Small Area)
For grilling flat food in the middle of the tray, such as
steaks, schnitzel, fish or toast.
Only one top heater is in operation.
Defrost
For defrosting cakes, butter, bread, fruit or other
frozen foods.
The ventilator is in operation without any heat.
Self Cleaning (Low
, High
)
For cleaning the oven automatically.
This mode burns the leftover grease in the oven so
that it can be wiped out when the oven cools down.
The oven is heated up to around 500°C.
During the Self Cleaning (pyrolytic self-cleaning), oven door is
locked automatically.*
* Door locking: When the oven temperature heats up to 320°C, the
door will be locked automatically for safety.
Unlocking: When the oven temperature is falls below 300°C, the
door will be unlocked automatically.
Note: When opening the door to turn foods upside down for even
cook during cooking, if you do not close the door within
10 minutes, all the preset cooking function will be cleared.
When opening the door in the course of cooking, the upper
heating elements will remain on for 10 minutes if they were
already in operation prior to the door being opened. This
reduces heat loss and heating recovery time when the door
remains opened for longer periods.
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Operation
Changing the Oven Function
the function selector
1 Turn
knob to select the desired
symbol for the selected
2 The
function appears in the
cooking function.
function display.
A suggested temperature
appears in the temperature
display.
The symbol ( ) will blink.
(example: conventional
heat)
8 seconds elapses
3 After
without pressing any button,
the oven will start
preheating on the
suggested temperature.
If a cooking time is not
entered, the oven will turn
off after a predetermined
time. Refer to page 24,
max. cut out times for each
temperature.
Note: More/Less function.
During cooking, you can adjust the preset cooking time with the
control dial knob for better cooking performance.
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Operation
Changing the Oven Temperature
the function selector
1 Turn
knob to select desired cook
the temperature
2 Turn
selector knob to select
function.
(example: Conventional
heat)
desired cooking temperature.
(example: 205°C)
setting range can be
3 The
adjusted by 5°C increments.
8 seconds elapses
4 After
without pressing any button,
the oven will start on the
selected temperature. If
there is no further entry on
the control panel, the oven
will operate to the maximum
time for this temperature
(about 8 hours).
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Switching off the Oven
To switch off the oven, turn the function
selector knob to the “O” position.
Cooling fan
When the oven is switched on, the fan comes on automatically to
keep the oven surfaces cool. Although the oven is switched off, the
fan will continue running to cool the appliance down, and then
switches itself off.
Residual Heat Indicator
The residual heat is indicated until the temperature has gone down
to 60°C.
Cookware and their usages
The Wire grill, Baking tray, or Deep
pan
Inserting the Wire grill:
Insert the wire grill at the desired level.
Inserting the Baking tray or Deep
pan:
Insert the Baking tray and/or Deep pan
at the desired level.
Warning:
Ensure that all other cook ware
is suitable for the cooking
temperatures, as the oven will
cook upto 300°C.
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Operation
Maximum operation times for safety
• If a cooking time is not entered, the oven will turn off after a
predetermined time according to the guide below.
Max. cut-out times for each temperature:
Under 100°C
after
16 hours
From 100°C up to 240°C after
8 hours
From 240°C to 300°C
after
4 hours
• This oven has thermal cut-out system in the electric circuits.
When the oven abnormally heats up, the power supply to the
heating elements will be cut-out for some time.
Cooling Fan Operation
• During cooking, it is normal for the fan to vent warm air from the
front of the oven.
• The cooling fan will also continue to operate after the cooking has
completed. It will turn off when the internal cabinet temperature
has dropped down to 140°C - the residual temperature indicator
will turn off at 60°C
Energy Label Directive
How to measure the energy consumption (KWh) according to
Norm EN50304.
Conventional : Conventional heat : 0.89 KWh
Forced Air Convection : Convection heat : 0.79 KWh
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Clock Functions
End time Oven light
Cook time
Hour
Child safety
Kitchen
timer
Minute
Clock
Weight
Kitchen Timer
To set a kitchen timer. A signal sounds after the time has elapsed.
This function does not interfere the operation of the oven.
Cook time
To set how long the oven is to be in use.
End time
To set when the oven is to switch off again.
Clock
To set, change or check the time.
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Operation
Kitchen timer
the timer button(
1 Press
once.
)
the control dial knob to
2 Turn
set desired time.
(example 5 minutes)
the timer button( )
3 Press
to start the kitchen timer.
When the set time has
elapsed an audible signal
sounds.
* To turn off the kitchen timer:
press the timer button.
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Cook time
the desired oven
1 Select
function and temperature.
the cook time button.
2 Press
( )
(See also section “Changing
the oven function and
temperature)
Note: If there is no further
entry on the control panel for
8 seconds, the oven will start
on the temperature indicated.
the set time has
4 When
elapsed, an audible signal
sounds and the oven
switches itself off.
Note: More/Less function.
During cooking, you can
adjust the pre-set cooking
time with the control dial
knob for better cooking
performance.
the control dial knob to
3 Turn
set desired cook time.
After 8 seconds, the oven
will start the cooking function
automatically. You can also
start the oven with the enter
button(
).
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Operation
End time
the desired oven
1 Select
function and temperature.
the end time button
2 Press
( ).
(example: current time is
13:30)
The current time’s hour digit
( 1 3 ) will blink.
the control dial knob to
3 Turn
set desired hour (14:40).
the end time button
4 Press
( ).
(example: desired time is
14:40)
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the control dial knob to
5 Turn
set desired minute (14:40).
the end time button to
6 Press
start the oven. The oven will
start promptly.
The operating cooking time
will count down in the time
display.
When the set time has
elapsed, an audible signal
sounds and the oven
switches itself off.
Note: During cooking, you
can adjust the preset
cooking time with the
control dial knob for better
cooking performance.
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Operation
Combining the cook time and end time
functions
The cook time ( ) and end time ( ) functions can be combined,
to switch the oven on or off automatically at a later time.
the desired oven
1 Select
function and temperature.
cook time button(
2 Using
set the required time for
(example: current time is
10:20)
),
cooking the dish concerned.
(example: 1 hour)
you touch the end time( )
3 Ifbutton,
the possible time to
the control dial knob to
4 Turn
12 hours.
set will blink in the time
display in accordance with
the setting cook time.
(example: desired end time
is 12:05)
Press the end time button.
Turn the control dial knob to
05 minutes.
Press the end time button
again. The end time will
appear in the time display.
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oven will start cooking
5 The
ahead of 60 minutes before
the end time (12:05).
When the set cooking time
(60 minutes) has elapsed,
an audible signal sounds
and the oven switches itself
off, the current time appears
in the time display.
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Operation
Adjusting the clock time
the function selector
1 Turn
knob to the “O” point.
the control dial knob to
2 Turn
set hour of the current time.
(example: current time is
12:10)
To set the current time,
press the clock button
twice.
<12> will blink.
(example: desired new
current time is 11:20)
the clock button and
3 Press
turn the control dial to set
the clock button to
4 Press
finish adjusting the clock.
minutes of current time.
Tip: The clock can be adjusted only when the oven is off and the
Child Safety function has not been set.
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Child Safety Function
The oven is fitted with a child safety function. When the child safety
function is engaged, the oven cannot be switched on.
Activating the child safety function.
1. Press and hold the timer and enter button at the same time for
around 5 seconds, until
appears on the display field.
2. The child safety function is now engaged.
Releasing the child safety function press timer and enter button
at the same time, until
disappears from the display.
The child safety function is now released, and the oven is ready
for use.
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Operation
Auto Cook
the function selector to
1 Set
“A”.
the control dial knob to
2 Turn
select a desired cook
number.
Note: Each number
indicates a cooking name.
Please refer to the auto
cooking table on the next
page.
the enter button to set
3 Press
weight and turn the control
8 seconds, the oven
4 After
automatically start.
dial knob to set a desired
weight. (example: 2.5kg)
If you want to start promptly,
touch the enter button.
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Note: During auto cooking, you can further add or subtract the
cooking time than first set time with the control dial knob for good
cooking performane.
Auto cooking function allows you to cook 10 menus of your favorite
foods without selecting cooking function, temperature and times.
For the best results, follow the instructions.
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Auto Cooking Table
Menu
Category
Weight limit
Utensil
A-1 Roast beef
1.0~2.5 kg
Deep pan
Refrigerated
A-2 Roast pork
1.0~2.5 kg
Wire grill +
heat proof
glass dish
with cover
Refrigerated
A-3 Chicken,
whole
1.0~2.0 kg
Deep pan
+ Grill tray
Refrigerated
A-4 Chicken, legs
0.6~1.8 kg
Deep pan
+ Grill tray
Refrigerated
A-5 Roast
potatoes
0.4~0.8 kg
Wire grill +
heat proof
glass dish
with cover
Room
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Food Temp.
Oven level,
from bottom
Instructions
3
Brush the beef with oil or melted butter. Place the beef on Deep
pan in the oven.
After cooking, season as desired and let stand covered with foil for
10 minutes out of the oven. Use the generated juice for gravy or
sauce.
3
Brush the pork with oil or melted butter and season as desired.
Place pork in a heat proof glass dish or *other cookware and then
place the glass dish in the oven on Wire grill and cover. When the
oven beep, turn food over. After cooking, let stand covered with foil
for 10 minutes out of the oven. Use the generated juice for gravy
or sauce.
2
Brush whole chicken with oil or melted butter and season as
desired. Wrap foil over wings and legs. Place the whole chicken
on the Grill tray and then place onto the Deep pan, then into the
oven. Let stand covered with foil for 10 minutes out of the oven.
Use the generated juice for gravy or sauce.
3
Brush chicken legs with oil or melted butter and season as
desired. Place the chicken legs on the Grill tray and then place
onto the Deep pan, then into the oven. When the oven beeps, turn
the food over. Let stand covered with foil for 3 minutes. Use the
generated juice for gravy or sauce.
4
Choose small sized potatoes (100-150g per each). Peel, wash,
dry and halve the potatoes. Mix the potatoes with salt, pepper and
oil or melted butter and place them onto the Deep pan, then into
the oven. When the oven beeps, turn the food over.
* Please ensure cookware is suitable for 300°C cooking temperature
* To avoid residual cooking, remove food from oven immediately.
* By turning the control dial knob, the preset cooking time can be adjusted
according to the food performing condition or your preference.
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Auto Cooking Table
Menu
Category
Weight limit
Utensil
A-6 French fries,
frozen
0.25~0.75 kg
Baking tray
Frozen
A-7 Hamburgers
0.25~1.5 kg
Deep pan +
Grill tray
Refrigerated
A-8 Grilled fish,
whole
0.6~1.2 kg
Deep pan
+ Grill tray
Refrigerated
A-9 Pizza, frozen
0.3~0.9 kg
Wire grill
Frozen
0.12~0.48 kg
Baking tray+
baking paper
Refrigerated
A-10 Croissants
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Food Temp.
Oven level,
from bottom
Instructions
4
Spread frozen potato products out on Baking tray. For the best
results, cook in a single layer. Place Baking tray in the oven. When
the oven beeps, turn the food over. After cooking, season with salt
or as desired.
4
Choose hamburgers of 125g and 2~2.5 cm thick. Season the
hamburgers as desired and place them on Deep pan with
greased Grill tray in the oven. When the oven beeps, turn the food
over.
4
Dry the trout, brush with oil or melted butter and season as
desired. Place the trout on Deep pan with Grill tray into the oven.
When the oven beeps, turn the food over.
3
Remove all package and place the frozen pizza on Wire grill in the
oven. By 2 pizza’s use the 1st and 3rd level. By 3 pizza’s use the
1st, 3rd and 4th level.
2
Place the croissants on Baking tray with baking paper. Brush the
croissants with milk or water. Place Baking tray in the oven.
* Please ensure cookware is suitable for 300°C cooking temperature
* To avoid residual cooking, remove food from oven immediately.
* By turning the control dial knob, the preset cooking time can be adjusted
according to the food performing condition or your preference.
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Baking
Use either the Conventional Heat(
) or 3D Hot Air(
) function.
Oven levels
• At Conventional Heat( ), baking is only possible on one tray at
a time.
• At 3D Hot Air( ), baking of biscuits and cookies is possible on
two baking trays at the same time.
Baking Tins
• For Conventional Heat( ) baking, it is best to use dark metal or
coated tins.
• For 3D Hot Air( ) baking, bright metal tins or glass baking pans
are also suitable.
When you cook on 2 trays (baking tray, deep pan) at the same time,
place the deep pan on the upper level.
Example: Place the deep pan on
oven level 4, and the baking tray on
oven level 2.
4
2
* Please ensure that glass baking pans are suitable for 300°C
cooking temperatures.
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Tips:
• When baking cakes in tins, place the tin in the middle of the wire
grill.
• Before baking the cakes or biscuits, remove the fat filter from the
front of the fan for even cooking.
• You can adjust the cooking times, temperatures and oven level
according to conventional experiences, because these
recommendations in the baking table may not cover various types
of the cookings.
• According to browning color, you can add or subtract the cooking
times.
• For energy saving, use the residual heat for 10 minutes before
finishing baking biscuits or cakes.
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Baking Table
Baking on one level
Conventional Heat (
)
Oven level, Temperature Time,
from bottom
°C
minutes
Light fruit cake
20 cm tin
2
180
70-80
Fruit crumble
glass dish
3
180
35-45
Jam tarts*
12 hole bun tin
2
200
15-20
Pizza**
pizza pan
2
230
18-24
Tarts**
20 cm plate or pie tin
1
210
40-50
Quiches**
glass dish
1
210
40-50
Rich Biscuits
baking tray
3
180
15-20
Soufflés*
1.2 l soufflé dish
2
180
40-50
Pies**
pie dish
2
200
45-55
Short Pastry
20 cm pie tin
3
170
13-17
Bread rolls
baking tray
3
190
23-27
Swiss roll
swiss roll tin
3
190
16-19
Scones
baking tray
3
210
18-22
Apple pie*
20 cm tin
1
190
55-65
Plain bread
loaf tin
3
180
18-25
Fruit cake
23 cm tin
1
150
110-130
Victoria
20 cm tins
2
190
18-22
sandwich
Small cake*
baking tray
3
170
22-25
Recipe type
Dish
* Preheat oven.
** For a crispy bottom, always place dish on the deep pan.
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3D Hot Air (
)
Recipe type
Dish
Meringues
Jacket
Potatoes
Bread rolls
Swiss roll
Scones
Apple pie*
Plain bread
Fruit cake
deep pan
deep pan
Oven level, Temperature Time,
from bottom
°C
minutes
3
120
20-40
2
170
60-70
baking tray
swiss roll tin
baking tray
20 cm tin
loaf tin
23 cm tin
2
2
2
1
2
1
* Preheat oven.
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180
160
200
190
180
130
25-30
18-22
18-22
40-50
25-30
110-130
Baking Table
3D Hot Air ( )
Baking on more than one level
Recipe type
Victoria
sandwich
Scones*
Jacket
Potatoes
Biscuits
Small cake*
Meringues
Full meal
Apple pie
Dish
20 cm tins
Oven level, Temperature Time,
from bottom
°C
minutes
2+4
150
30-40
baking tray+
deep pan
wire grill +
deep pan
baking tray+
deep pan
baking tray+
deep pan
baking tray+
deep pan
wire grill +
deep pan
20 cm tins+
wire grill+
deep pan
2+4
200
20-30
2+4
160
60-90
2+4
160
20-25
2+4
150
30-35
2+4
120
30-50
2+4
180
75-85
2+4
190
50-60
* Preheat oven.
** When baking on two levels, place deep pan on the 4th level.
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Tips on Baking
Baking Results
The cake is not
browned enough
at the bottom
The cake sinks
(becomes soggy,
lumpy, streaky)
Cakes are too
dry
Cakes brown
unevenly
Baking time too
long
Possible Cause
Wrong oven level
Oven temperature
too high
Baking time too
short
Remedy
Place cake further in or,
Place the shelf at a
different level
Use a slightly lower setting
Set a longer baking time
Baking times cannot be
reduced by setting
higher temperatures
Use less liquid next time.
Too much liquid in
Pay attention to mixing
the dough
times, especially if using
mixing machines
Set a slightly higher oven
Oven temperature
temperature next time
too low
Baking time too long Set a shorter baking time
Set a slightly lower
Oven temperature
too high and baking temperature and longer
baking time
time too short
Spread the dough evenly
Yeast is spread
on the baking tray
unevenly
Take out the grease filter
Grease filter is
inserted
Temperature too low Set a slightly higher oven
temperature next time
Take out the grease filter
Grease filter is
inserted
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Roasting
Use either the Convection Grill (
) function.
Roasting cookwares
• Cookwares for roasting are heat-resistant up to 300°C.
• Select the suitable cookwares in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
• Suitable cookwares may be made from heat-resistant glass,
ceramic, enamelled steel, cast-iron, pressed aluminium materials.
Tips:
• These cooking times, temperatures and oven levels are only a
recommendation.
• According to the various types of meat, adjust the cooking times,
temperatures and oven levels to obtain best result.
• For almost all types of meat, we recommend using the Convection
Grill ( ) function.
• To prevent meat juices or fat from burning and sticking to the
cookware add some more liquid.
• For even cooking, turn the meat at halfway of total cooking time.
• For energy saving, use the residual heat for 8 minutes before
finishing cooking times.
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Roasting Table
Convection Grill (
Food
Beef rare
Beef medium
Beef well done
Beef fillet
Lamb medium
Lamb well done
Pork
Chicken, Duck and Goose
Large Turkey (up to 6 kilo)
Chops and chicken joints
)
Oven level, Temperature Cooking time
from bottom
°C
min per 500g
2
220-240
15+15
2
210-230
15+20
2
200-220
20+25
2
210-230
15+20
2
170-190
25+25
2
150-170
30+30
2
180-200
30+30
2
220-240
15+10
1
170-190
13+13
2
180-200
30
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Grilling
To perform an effective grilling, select either the Small grill ( ),
Large grill ( ) function.
Tip: If the oven is cooled down, the 3~5 minutes pre-heating makes
a good cooking result.
Oven levels
• You can use level 5 or 4 according to the height of foods.
For speedy cooking, the level 5 is effective.
Cookwares
• Grilling: Use the grill tray placed in the deep pan.
• Toast: Use the wire grill.
Tip:
Place the Deep pan or Baking tray on level 1 or 2 to catch any
baking debris and cooking juices.
Tips:
• These cooking times are only recommendation, you can add or
subtract cooking times according to the type or quality of foods.
• According to the height of foods, select the appropriate oven
levels for grilling.
• For even cooking, turn the grilling food half way through the
cooking time.
Caution:
• The oven door must be closed when grill cooking.
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Grilling Table
Food
Meat steaks, bacon
Sausages and Fish fingers
Fish
Toast, 4 pieces
Toast, 9 pieces
Oven level,
from bottom
5
4
4
4
4
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Function
Large grill 3
Large grill 3
Large grill 3
Large grill 3
Large grill 3
Cooking time
min per 500g
12-22
15-20
10-20
3-4
4-5
Defrosting
Use the Defrost function (
).
Oven levels
• According to the quantity of foods, place the wire grill on the level
1 or 2.
Defrosting dishes
• Unpack the food and set it on a dish on the wire grill.
Tip:
These defrosting times are only recommendations, you can add or
subtract defrosting times according to the quantity of foods.
Defrosting table
Food
Chicken
Meat
Trout
Strawberries
Oven level
Weight(g)
defrosting times
(mins)
1~2
1000
90~130
2
2
300
300
30~40
20~30
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Yogurt
How to make Yogurt
Use the Conventional heat ( ) function.
• Pour a 1000ml milk into a proper heat-resistant bowl with cover.
• Boil it to proper temperature(up to 60-70°C) and then cool down to
about 40°C.
• Add 150ml natural yogurt into the bowl and stir well.
• Place covered bowl on the level 2 of the oven.
• Set the oven to temperature 40°C and time 5-8 hours.
How to raise yeast dough
Use the Conventional heat ( ) function.
• Place the dough in a proper heat-resistant bowl and cover with
baking wrap or damp cloth.
• Place the bowl on the level 2 of the oven.
• Set the oven to temperature 40°C
• Leave the dough until it has doubled in volume.
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Cleaning and Care
Warning:
• Do not use high-pressure water cleaners or steam jet cleaners for
cleaning the oven.
Oven exterior
• For cleaning both, the interior and exterior of the oven, use a cloth
with a mild cleaning agent or warm soapy water.
• Dry with kitchen paper or a dry towel.
• Do not use scourers, caustic cleaners or abrasive products.
Stainless steel fronts of the oven
• Use the stainless steel care products in accordance with
manufacturer’s instructions.
Aluminium fronts of the oven
• Wipe the plate gently with a soft cloth or micro fiber cloth
absorbing a mild window-cleaning detergent.
Oven Interior
Warning:
Make sure the oven has cooled down before cleaning.
• Do not hand-clean door seal.
• Do not use coarse scouring pads or cleaning sponges.
• Use commercially available oven cleaners for protecting
enamelled oven surfaces.
• For removing stubborn dirt, use a special oven cleaner.
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Accessories
Wash all cookwares after each use and dry with kitchen towel.
To clean easily, soak them in warm soapy water for about 30
minutes.
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Cleaning and Care
Side Runners
To clean the interior of the oven, the both side runners can be
removed.
Detaching side runners
1. Loosen the 4 screws
by turning them
anti-clockwise.
2. Pull and take off the
side runners on the
sides of the oven.
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Attaching the side runners
Note: When using the oven for the first time, attach the side
runners by the following method.
1. Insert two screws into the
both side screw holes
clockwise, and turn them only
2-3 turns.
2. Insert and push the back
U-form of two side runners
to the body of two screws.
3. Position the front U-form of side runners to the front screw holes,
and fasten the two screws.
Fat Filter
• Clean the fat filter with hot washing-up liquid suds or in the
dishwasher.
• For thick burnt grease, dip the filter with 2~3 spoons of dishwasher
powder in boiled hot water for 15~20 minutes.
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Using the Self Cleaning Function
Warning! During this process the oven becomes very hot.
Small children must be kept at a safe distance.
Attention: Before carrying out the self cleaning function, all
*accessory parts and the fat filter must be taken out of the oven.
Important: If you use the baking pan available as special
accessories, these must be removed before carrying out the Self
Cleaning function.
Remove any large pieces of dirt by hand beforehand.
Because thick food residue, grease and meat juices are flamable, a
fire may happen in the oven during the Self Cleaning.
1. To select the Self Cleaning Function, turn the function selector
knob.
2. Turn the function selector knob to level–1 or 2 according to the
dirt level of oven.
Note: If you don’t touch the enter button ( ), the Self Cleaning
function will not start for the safety.
Self-cleaning duration
Level
Duration
p 1(Low) approx 65 minutes
p 2(High) approx 120 minutes
3. After the oven cools down, wipe the oven door and along the
edges of the oven out with a damp cloth.
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Important: The oven light turns on for 20 seconds only first as soon
as the self-cleaning starts. For safety during self-cleaning function,
the door is locked at approx 320°C and unlocked at approx 300°C
automatically.
During self-cleaning (Pyrolysis), if the door is opened, all heating
elements will be quited. If closed, the oven will perform self-cleaning
again.
* Accessory parts: Side runners, Wire grill, Baking tray, Deep pan,
Grill tray, Telescopic runners and unsuitable accessories for selfcleaning must be removed for Pyrolysis cleaning.
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Oven Light
Warning! Before replacing the oven light, disconnect the oven from
the main supply, by either removing the fuse or switching off circuit
breaker.
Tip: To protect the oven light and the glass, spread a towel on the
bottom of the oven in advance.
Replacing the upper oven light.
1. Remove the 4
screws with a screw
driver.
Locking tab
2. Take off the glass cover and the
glass.
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3. Replace the failed oven light to
new one (12V, 20W Halogen
oven light).
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Oven Light
Replacing the left side oven light.
1. Remove the 4 screws with a
screw driver.
2. Take off the glass assembly.
3. Replace the failed oven light to
new one (12V, 20W Halogen
oven light).
4. Fasten the screws with a screw driver.
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Oven Door
The oven door can be taken off from the oven for cleaning.
The separating procedures of door for cleaning
Step. 1
Insert the separating pins
into the holes on both
hinges.
Note: these pins are
attached in the accessory
box.
If you have lost these pins,
you can also use a similar
sized-nail instead.
2.5-3.5 mm
30-50 mm
<Separating-pin>
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Oven Door
Step. 2
With both hands, grasp
the middle sides of the
oven door.
Step. 3
Rotate the door upward
by approx. 15 degree
and lift its hinge area
vertically upwards about
2 mm.
Step 3
2mm
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Step. 4
Rotate the door now by
approx. 80 degree again
until the hinges can be
taken out completely from
the hinge holes.
Warning, The separating
pins should not be removed
from the hinges of the
disassembled door.
Attempting to do so may
result in hand injuries.
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Oven Door
The attaching procedures of door
Step. 1
Whilst the pins are still
attached, align the door
hinges into the hinge holes.
Step. 2
Rotate the door toward the
horizontal line, and remove
the separating pins from the
hinges.
The hinge is
normally inserted.
Hinge
Hinge
hole
* Do not remove the
seperating pins until
the door has been
placed back into its
position securely.
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Oven Door Glass
The oven door is equipped with four sheets of glass placed behind
each other. The inner sheets can be removed for cleaning.
Warning: Whenever the door is separated from the oven, the
separating pins should always be inserted to the hinges.
When the door is mounted, if some of the parts (Door glass or other
parts) are removed from the door, it could spring up suddenly and
cause injury due to the lighter weight.
Attention! The glass may break if you use force especially on the
edges of the front sheet.
The procedures of disassembling the door for cleaning
1. Remove the two screws of the
left and right sides of the door.
2. Take off the two supporters
and the door bracket. Remove
two handle fixing screws.
Handle
fixing
screw
Door bracket
Supporter
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Oven Door
3. Detach the inner
glass #1(number 1)
from the door.
4. Remove the two
spring brackets from
the top of the glass
#2 and #3. And then
take off the glass #2
and #3 in order.
Door bracket
Spring
bracket
Glass #1
Glass #2
Glass #3
Glass #4
Spring bracket
Note: Clean the
glasses with warm
water or washing-up
liquid and polish dry
with a soft clean cloth.
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The procedures of assembling the door
5. Clean the glasses and
interior parts with warm
soapy water.
Note: Do not use
abrasive cleaners or pan
scourers, use a sponge
with liquid detergent or
warm soapy water.
6. Place the glass #3 and #2
on their positions in order
and attach the spring
brackets between them .
7. Attach the glass #1, Door
bracket and Supporters to
the door.
Note: When the door
bracket is assembled,
make sure that the middle
area of it should be
inserted into the slit
properly.
8. Secure the two screws on
the both door sides.
Slit
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What should I do if…
Fault
Possible Cause
The oven does not The oven is not
heat up.
switched on.
The clock is not set
before cooking.
The required settings
are wrong.
Defect in the power
supply connection.
Even though oven
function and
temperature have
been set, the oven
does not heat up.
The error code
appears, and not
heat.
There may have
been problems on
internal electrical
connections.
Fault in the internal
electronic circuit of
the unit.
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Solution
Switch the oven off
and then on again.
Set the clock
(see Chapter "Setting
the Clock").
Check the setting
method.
Replace the fuses or
check circuit breaker
system.
If this happens
repeatedly, call an
authorised electrician.
Call your local service
centre.
Call your local Service
Centre.
Fault
The time display
flashes on the
electronic clock.
The oven light
does not come on.
Possible Cause
Power cut some time
ago.
The oven operates
(Cooling fan runs)
without any
setting.
When the oven has
heated up, the fan
runs until it is cooled
down.
The oven light is
faulty.
The oven operates A button has
(heat up) without
jammed.
any settings.
In case of the
oven with selfcleaning fuction,
its door can not be
unlocked long
after finishing selfcleaning.
There may have
been a stoppage of
power supply during
self-cleaning.
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Solution
Set the clock
(see Chapter "Setting
the Clock").
Replace the oven light
(see Chapter "Oven
Light").
If the oven run
continuously after
cooling down, call
your local Service
Centre.
Find the jammed
button and slip it 2~3
times.
If not return to normal
position, call your
local Service Centre.
If the door condition is
still locked after
returning to normal
power supply, call
your local service
center.
What should I do if…
Error Code
F-1
F-2
F-3
Possible Cause
Sensor(Thermistor) is
short.
Sensor(Thermistor) is
open.
The door will be locked
as if the oven is in selfcleaning mode.
Door Locking system is
in troubled.
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Solution
Call your local LG
service center.
Call your local LG
service center.
Shut off the power supply
and reconnect
the power(after about
10 seconds) again.
If the door is unlocked,
you can use the oven
except for self cleaning
mode.
Call your local 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.
Technical Data
Oven Internal Dimensions
Height x Width x Depth
30.0 cm x 42.4 cm x 41.6 cm
Volume (useful capacity) 55 L
Output Power
3500W
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