Samsung | PKG700 | Samsung NV9900J Electric Oven with Dual Cook, 75 L User Manual

Built-in Oven
User & Installation manual
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Contents
Contents
Using this manual
3
Cooking smart
24
The following symbols are used in this User Manual:
3
Safety instructions
3
Important safety precautions
Auto energy saving function
3
5
Manual cooking
Auto cook programmes
Test Dishes
Collection of frequent Auto cook recipes
24
29
33
34
Maintenance
37
Installation
6
What’s included
Power connection
Cabinet mount
6
7
7
Before you start
9
Initial settings
9
New oven smell
9
Smart safety mechanism
10
Accessories10
Dual cook mode
11
Operations
Cleaning37
Replacement40
Troubleshooting
41
Checkpoints41
Information codes
43
Appendix
44
Product data sheet
44
12
Control panel
12
Common settings
13
Cooking modes (except for Grill)
16
Cooking modes (Grill)
18
Dual cook mode temperature setting range
19
To stop cooking
20
Special function
20
Auto cook
21
Steam cleaning
22
Timer23
Sound On/Off
23
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Using this manual
Safety instructions
Thank you for choosing SAMSUNG Built-In Oven.
This User Manual contains important information on safety and instructions
intended to assist you in the operation and maintenance of your appliance.
Please take the time to read this User Manual before using your oven and keep
this book for future reference.
Installation of this oven must be performed only by a licensed electrician. The
installer is responsible for connecting the appliance to the mains power supply in
observance of the relevant safety recommendations.
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in severe personal injury, death and/
or property damage.
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that may result in personal injury and/or property
damage.
NOTE
Useful tips, recommendations, or information that helps users manipulate the
product.
WARNING
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.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
If the supply cord is defective, it must be replaced by a special
cord or assembly available from the manufacturer or an
authorized service agent. (Fixed wiring type model only)
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. (Power cord type model only)
This Appliance should be allowed to disconnection from the
supply after installation. The disconnection may be achieved by
having the plug accessible or by incorporating a switch in the
fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.
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Using this manual
The following symbols are used in this User Manual:
Important safety precautions
Safety instructions
Safety instructions
The method of fixing is not to depend on the use of adhesives
since they are not considered to be a reliable fixing means.
During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements inside the oven.
Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children
should be kept away.
If this appliance has steam or self cleaning function, excess
spillage must be removed before cleaning and all utensils
should not be left in the oven during steam cleaning or self
cleaning. The cleaning function depends on the model.
If this appliance has self cleaning functions, during self cleaning
the surfaces may get hotter than usual and children should be
kept away. The cleaning function depends on the model.
Only use the temperature probe recommended for this oven.
(Meat probe model only)
A steam cleaner is not to be used.
Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the
lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
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 the glass shattering.
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.
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 should not play with the appliance. Cleaning and
user maintenance should not be made by children without
supervision.
The temperature of external surfaces may be high when the
appliance is operating.
The door or the outer surface may get hot when the appliance
is operating.
Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children less
than 8 years.
Appliances are not intended to be operated by means of an
external timer or separate remote-control system.
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CAUTION
When cooking, take care when opening the oven door as hot air and steam can escape
rapidly.
When cooking dishes that contain alcohol, the alcohol may evaporate due to the high
temperatures and the Vapour can catch fire if it comes into contact with a hot part of the
oven.
For your safety, do not use high-pressure water cleaners or steam jet cleaners.
Children should be kept at a safe distance when the oven is in use.
Frozen foods such as pizzas should be cooked on the big grid. If the baking tray is used, it
may become deformed due to the great variation in temperatures.
Do not pour water into the bottom of the oven when it is hot. This could cause damage to the
enamel surface.
If the oven has been damaged in transport, do not connect it.
The oven door must be closed during cooking.
This appliance must be connected to the mains power supply only by a specially licensed
electrician.
Do not line the bottom of the oven with aluminum foil and do not place any baking trays
or tins on it. The aluminum foil blocks the heat, which may result in damage to the enamel
surfaces and cause poor cooking results.
In the event of a fault or damage to the appliance, do not attempt to operate it.
Repairs should be performed by a licensed technician only. Improper repair may result
in considerable danger to you and others. If your oven needs repair, contact a SAMSUNG
Service center or your dealer.
Fruit juices will leave stains, which can become permanent on the enamel surfaces of the
oven.
Electrical leads and cables should not be allowed to touch the oven.
Do not rest bakeware on the open oven door.
The oven should be connected to the mains power supply by means of an approved circuit
breaker or fuse. Never use multiple plug adapters or extension leads.
Keep children away from the door when opening or closing it as they may bump themselves
on the door or catch their fingers in the door.
The power supply of the appliance should be turned off when it is being repaired or cleaned.
Do not step, lean, sit or place heavy items on the door.
Take care when connecting electrical appliances to sockets near the oven.
Do not open the door with unnecessarily strong force.
If this appliance has a vapour or steam cooking function, do not operate this appliance when
the water supply cartridge is damaged. (Vapour or steam function model only)
WARNING: Do not disconnect the appliance from the main power supply even after the
cooking process is completed.
When the cartridge is cracked or broken, do not use it and contact your nearest service
center. (Vapour or steam function model only)
WARNING: Do not leave the door open while oven is cooking.
This oven has been designed only for the cooking of household foods.
During use, the oven interior surfaces become hot enough to cause burns. Do not touch
heating elements or interior surfaces of the oven until they have had time to cool.
Never store flammable materials in the oven.
The oven surfaces become hot when the appliance is operated at a high temperature for an
extended period of time.
When cooking very moist cakes, use the deep pan.
Auto energy saving function
•If no user input is made for a certain time while the appliance is operating, the appliance
stops operation and goes to Standby state.
•Light : During cooking process, you can switch off Oven lamp by pressing ‘Oven light’
button. For energy saving, the oven lighting is switched off a few minutes after cooking
program has started.
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Safety instructions
Insert the wire rack into position
with the protruding parts
(stoppers on both sides) towards
the front so that the wire rack
supports the rest position for
large loads.
Installation
WARNING
Accessories
This oven must be installed by a qualified technician. The installer is responsible
for connecting the oven to the main power, while observing the relevant safety
regulations of your area.
The oven comes with different accessories that help you prepare different types of
food.
What’s included
Make sure all parts and accessories are included in the product package. If you
have a problem with the oven or accessories, contact a local Samsung customer
centre or the retailer.
Installation
Wire rack
Wire rack insert *
Baking tray *
Universal tray *
Extra-deep tray *
Rotisserie spit *
Rotisserie spit and
Shashlik *
Telescopic rail *
Divider
Oven at a glance
01
02
03
NOTE
Availability of accessories with an asterisk (*) depends on the oven model.
01 Control panel
02 Door handle
03 Door
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Power connection
L
N
01 02 03
Plug the oven into an electrical socket. If
a plug-type socket is not available due to
allowable current limitations, use a multipole isolator switch (with at least 3 mm
spacing in-between) in order to meet safety
regulations. Use a power cord of sufficient
length that supports the specification H05
RR-F or H05 VV-F, min. 1.5~2.5 mm².
If installing the oven in a built-in cabinet, the cabinet must have its plastic surfaces
and adhesive parts resistant up to 90 °C, and adjacent furniture must be resistant
up to 75 °C. Samsung is not responsible for damage to furniture from the oven’s
heat emission.
The oven must be properly ventilated. For ventilation, leave a gap of about 50 mm
between the lower shelf of the cabinet and the supporting wall. If you install the
oven under a cooktop, follow the cooktop’s installation instructions.
Required Dimensions for Installation
Rated current(A)
Minimum cross-sectional area
10 < A ≤ 16
1.5 mm²
16 < A ≤ 25
2.5 mm²
Check the output specifications on the label attached to the oven.
Open the rear cover of the oven using a screwdriver, and remove the screws on
the cord clamp. Then, connect the power lines to the relevant connection terminals.
The ( )-terminal is designed for earthgrounding. First connect the yellow
and green lines (earthgrounding), which must be longer than the others. If
you use a plug-type socket, the plug must remain accessible after the oven is
installed. Samsung is not responsible for accidents caused by missing or faulty
earthgrounding.
Oven (mm)
B
C
Installation
01 BROWN or BLACK
02 BLUE or WHITE
03 YELLOW and GREEN
Cabinet mount
A
D
E
L
K
G
F
J
A
560
G
Max. 506
B
175
H
Max. 494
C
370
I
21
D
Max. 50
J
545
E
595
K
572
F
595
L
550
H
I
WARNING
Do not step on or twist the wires during installation, and keep them away from
heat-emitting parts of the oven.
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Installation
Built-in cabinet (mm)
A
B
C
D
Mounting the oven
A
Min. 550
B
Min. 560
C
Min. 50
D
Min. 590 - Max. 600
E
Min 460 x Min. 50
Make sure to leave a gap (A) of at least
5 mm between the oven and each side of
the cabinet.
A
NOTE
The built-in cabinet must have vents (E) to
ventilate heat and circulate the air.
Installation
E
B
Secure at least 3 mm of gap (B) so that the
door opens and closes smoothly.
Under-sink cabinet (mm)
A
B
D
A
Min. 550
B
Min. 560
C
Min. 600
D
Min 460 x Min. 50
C
NOTE
The built-in cabinet must have vents (D) to
ventilate heat and circulate the air.
Fit the oven into the cabinet and fix the
oven firmly on both sides using 2 screws.
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Before you start
After installation is complete, remove the protective film, tape, and other packing
material, and take out the provided accessories from inside the oven. To remove
the oven from the cabinet, first disconnect power to the oven and remove
2 screws on both sides of the oven.
Initial settings
When you power on the oven for the first time, the default time of “12:00” appears
on the display where the hour element (“12”) blinks. Follow the steps below to set
the current time.
WARNING
1.With the hour element blinking, turn the
value dial (right-sided dial) to set the
hour, and then press OK to move to the
minute element.
The oven requires ventilation for normal operation. Do not block the vents under
any circumstance.
NOTE
The actual appearance of the oven may differ with the model.
To change the current time after this initial
setting, hold down the
button for
3 seconds and follow the above steps.
New oven smell
Before using the oven for the first time, clean inside the oven to remove the new
oven smell.
1.Remove all accessories from inside the oven.
2.Run the oven with Convection 200 °C or Conventional 200 °C for an hour. This
will burn any remaining production substances in the oven.
3.When complete, turn off the oven.
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Before you start
2.With the minute element blinking, turn
the value dial to set the minute, and then
press OK.
Smart safety mechanism
Basic use
If you open the door while the oven is operating, the oven light turns on and
both the fan and the heating elements stop operation. This is to prevent physical
injuries such as burns as well as to prevent unnecessary energy loss. When this
happens, simply close the door and the oven continues to operate normally
because this is not a system failure.
Accessories
For first time use, clean the accessories thoroughly with warm water, detergent
and a soft clean cloth.
Before you start
05
04
03
02
01
01 Level 1
02 Level 2
03 Level 3
04 Level 4
05 Level 5
•Insert the accessory to the correct position
inside of the oven.
•Allow at least a 1 cm space from the
accessory and the bottom of the oven, and
from any other accessory.
•Take caution in removing cookware and/
or accessories out of the oven. Hot meals
or accessories can cause burns.
•The accessories may be deformed while
they are gaining heat. Once they have
cooled down, they will recover their
original appearance and performance.
For better cooking experience, familiarise yourself with how to use each accessory.
Wire rack
The wire rack is designed for grilling and roasting. Insert the
wire rack into position with the protruding parts (stoppers on
both sides) towards the front
Wire rack
insert *
The wire rack insert is used with the tray, and prevents liquid
from dropping onto the bottom of the oven.
Baking tray *
The baking tray (depth: 20 mm) is used to bake cakes, cookies,
and other pastries. Put the slanted side to the front.
Universal tray *
The universal tray (depth : 30 mm) is used for cooking and
roasting. Use the wire-tray insert to prevent liquid from
dropping onto the bottom of the oven.
Put the slanted side to the front.
Extra-deep
tray *
The extra-deep tray (depth: 50 mm) is used for roasting with
or without the wire-tray insert. Put the slanted side to the
front.
Rotisserie spit *
The rotisserie spit is used for grilling food such as chicken. Use
the rotisserie spit only in Single mode at level 4 where the spit
adapter is available. Unscrew the spit handle to remove while
grilling.
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Rotisserie spit
and Shashlik *
Dual cook mode
You can use both the upper and lower compartments to cook two different recipes,
or simply choose one compartment to cook with.
Insert the divider in level 3 to separate the
cooking chamber in two compartments. The
oven senses the divider and activates the
upper compartment by default.
NOTE
Availability of Dual cook mode depends on
the recipe. For more information, see the
Cooking Guide section in this manual.
Before you start
Put the tray at rack position 1 to collect cooking juices, or
on the bottom of the oven for a large serving of meat. It is
recommended to use the spit accessories for meat under
1.5 kg.
1.Insert the spit into the meat. To help insert the spit, screw
the spit handle toward the blunt end.
2.Put parboiled potatoes and vegetables around the meat.
3.Put the cradle at the middle tray position with the “V” shape
to the front. Rest the spit onto the cradle with the pointed
end backward and gently push until the tip of the spit
enters the turning mechanism at the back of the oven. The
blunt end of the spit must rest on the “V” shape. (The spit
has two lugs which should be nearest to the oven door so
to stop the spit going forward, the lugs also act as a grip for
the handle.)
4.Unscrew the handle before cooking.
5.After cooking, screw the handle back to help remove the
spit from the cradle.
WARNING
Make sure that the rotisserie handle is seated properly.
Be careful when using the rotisserie. The forks and pins are
pointed and sharp, which can cause physical injury!
To prevent burns, use gloves to remove the rotisserie because
it is very hot.
Telescopic
rails *
Use the telescopic rail plate to insert the tray as follows:
1.Stretch the rail plate out from the oven.
2.Put the tray on the rail plate and slide the rail plate into the
oven.
3.Close the oven door.
Divider
The divider is designed to separate the oven in two
compartments. Use the divider with Dual cook mode.
NOTE
Availability of accessories with an asterisk (*) depends on the oven model.
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Operations
Control panel
10 Oven light
Press to turn the internal light on or off. The oven
light turns on automatically when the door is open
or when the oven operation starts. And it turns off
automatically after a certain period of inactivity in
order to save power.
11 Child lock
To prevent accidents, Child lock disables all controls.
But you can switch off by turning the mode selector
to off.
Hold down for 3 seconds to activate, or hold down for
3 seconds
again to deactivate the lock on the control panel.
12 Value dial
Use the value dial to:
•Set the cooking time or temperature.
•Choose a sub item of top-level menus: Cleaning, Auto
cook, Special function, or Grill.
•Choose a serving size for Auto Cook programmes.
The front panel comes in a wide range of materials and colours. For improved
quality, the actual appearance of the oven is subject to change without notice.
02 04
01
03
06 08 10
05
07 09 11
12
Turn to select a cooking mode or function.
02 Fast preheat
Fast Preheat heats the oven fast to a set temperature.
•Press to toggle on or off the Fast Preheat option.
•Available only with Single mode.
(Convection, Conventional, Top heat + Convection,
Bottom heat + Convection)
•Disabled for temperatures set at less than 100 °C.
Operations
01 Mode selector
03 Timer
Timer helps you check the time or operating duration
while cooking.
04 Upper/Lower
Compartment
The indicators turn on when the divider is inserted.
You can choose Upper or Lower for your recipe.
05 Display
Shows necessary information of selected modes or
settings.
06 OK
Press to confirm your settings.
07 Back
Cancel current settings, and return to the main screen.
08 Temperature
Use to set the temperature.
09 Cooking time
Press to set the cooking time.
NOTE
Tapping on the display while wearing plastic or oven gloves may not operate
properly.
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Common settings
Cooking time
It is common to change the default temperature and/or cooking time across all
cooking modes. Follow the steps below to adjust the temperature and/or cooking
time for the selected cooking mode.
1.Turn the mode selector to choose a mode
or function.
Temperature
2.Press the
button, and then turn the
value dial to set a desired time up to 23
hours 59 minutes.
2.Turn the value dial to set a desired
temperature.
3.Optionally, you can delay the end time
of your cooking to a desired point. Press
the
button, and use the value dial to
set an end point. See Delay End for more
information.
3.Press OK to confirm your changes.
4.Press OK to confirm your changes.
NOTE
•If you do not make any further settings within a few seconds, the oven starts
cooking automatically with the default settings.
•To change the set temperature, press the
button and follow the above steps.
•The exact temperature inside the oven can be measured with authorized
thermometer and method defined by an authorized institution.
Using other thermometers may cause a measuring error.
NOTE
•You can cook without setting the cooking time if you want to. In this case, the
oven starts cooking at set temperatures without time information, and you must
stop the oven manually when cooking is complete.
•To change the set cooking time, press
button and follow the above steps.
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Operations
1.Turn the mode selector to choose a mode
or function. The default temperature of
each selection appears.
Operations
End time
Delay End
1.Turn the mode selector to choose a mode
or function.
2.Press
twice, and turn the value dial to
set a desired end time.
Delay End is designed to make cooking more convenient.
Case 1
Suppose you select a one-hour recipe at 2:00 PM and you want the oven to
finish cooking at 6:00 PM. To set the end time, change the Ready At time to
6:00 PM. The oven will start cooking at 5:00 PM and end at 6:00 PM as you set.
Current time: 2 pm
Set cooking time: 1 hour
Set Delay End time: 6 pm
The oven will start cooking at 5:00 PM and end at 6:00 PM automatically.
3.Press OK to confirm your changes.
2:00 pm
3:00 pm
4:00 pm
5:00 pm
6:00 pm
Operations
Case 2
Current time: 2 pm
NOTE
•You can cook without setting the end time if you want to. In this case, the oven
starts cooking at set temperatures without time information, and you must stop
the oven manually when cooking is complete.
•To change the end time, press
twice, and follow the above steps.
Set cooking time: 2 hour
Set Delay End time: 5 pm
The oven will start cooking at 3:00 PM and end at 5:00 PM automatically.
2:00 pm
3:00 pm
4:00 pm
5:00 pm
6:00 pm
CAUTION
•Delay End is not available in Dual cook mode.
•Do not keep cooked food in the oven too long. The food may spoil.
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To clear the cooking time
To clear the end time
You can clear the cooking time. This is useful if you want to stop the oven
manually at any time during the process.
You can clear the end time. This is useful if you want to stop the oven manually at
any time during the process.
1.While the oven is cooking, press the
button to display the default cooking
time.
1.While the oven is cooking, press
twice to display the set end time.
2.Turn the value dial to set the cooking
time to “00:00”. Alternatively, simply
.
press
2.Turn the value dial to set the end time
to the current time. Alternatively, simply
.
press
3.Press OK.
3.Press OK.
Operations
NOTE
In Dual cook mode, you must first select the
upper or lower compartment that you want
to clear the cooking time for.
NOTE
In Dual cook mode, you must first select the
upper or lower compartment that you want
to clear the end time for.
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Operations
Cooking modes (except for Grill)
Dual cook mode
1.Turn the mode selector to select an
cooking mode.
2.Set the cooking time and/or temperature
if necessary. See the Common Settings
section for details.
You can use the provided divider to separate the cooking chamber in the upper
and lower compartments. This allows users to enable two different cooking modes
simultaneously, or to simply choose one compartment to cook with.
1.Insert the Divider in level 3 to
separate the cooking chamber in two
compartments.
3.Optionally, you can fast preheat the
oven. To do this, press the
button,
and set the target temperature.
The corresponding indicator
appears
on the display.
Operations
The oven starts preheating with
icon
until the internal temperature reaches the
target temperature.
When preheating is complete, the indicator
disappears with a beep.
Preheating is recommended for all cooking
modes unless otherwise specified in the
cooking guide.
NOTE
You can change the cooking time and/or
temperature during cooking.
2.Turn the mode selector to select an
cooking mode.
You can select Grill, Convection, and Top
heat + Convection mode on the upper
compartment and Convection, Bottom
heat + Convection, and Bottom heat
mode on the lower compartment.
3.Press
to select the upper
compartment, or press
to select the
lower compartment.
icon will appear on the selected
compartment.
4.Set the cooking time and/or temperature
if necessary. See the Common Settings
section for details.
5.When done, press OK.
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The oven starts preheating with
icon
until the internal temperature reaches the
target temperature.
Preheating is recommended for all cooking
modes unless otherwise specified in the
cooking guide.
NOTE
Temperature range (°C)
Mode
* 40-250
Bottom heat +
convection
Availability of Dual cook mode depends on the cooking mode. For more
information, see the Cooking Guide section in this manual.
The cooking modes with an asterisk (*) are available for fast preheating and
disabled for temperatures set at less than 100 °C.
Single
* 30-250
Convection
Lower
40-250
Pro-Roasting
170
-
-
40-250
-
190
The top heating element generates heat, which is evenly
distributed by the convection fan. Use this mode for
roasting that requires a crispy top (for example, meat or
lasagne).
Eco
Convection
190
-
100-230
Single: 190
Lower: 170
-
-
160
Pro-Roasting runs an automatic pre-heating cycle until
the oven temperature reaches 220 °C. Then, the top
heating element and the convection fan start operating
to sear food such as meat. After searing, the meat will
be cooked at low temperatures. Use this mode for beef,
poultry, or fish.
30-250
200
The heat is generated from the top and bottom heating
elements. This function should be used for standard
baking and roasting for most types of dishes.
* 40-250
Top heat +
Convection
Upper
40-250
40-250
The bottom heating element generates heat. Use this
mode at the end of baking or cooking to brown the
bottoms of a quiche or pizza.
80-200
The rear heating element generates heat, which is
evenly distributed by the convection fan. Use this mode
for baking and roasting on different levels at the same
time.
* 30-250
Conventional
Dual
Lower
-
-
-
Operations
Mode
Suggested
temperature
(°C)
Bottom heat
Upper
Suggested
temperature
(°C)
The bottom heating element generates heat, which is
evenly distributed by the convection fan. Use this mode
for pizza, bread, or cake.
100-230
Cooking modes (except for Grill)
Temperature range (°C)
Single
Dual
170
Eco Convection uses the optimized heating system to
save energy while cooking. The cooking times slightly
increases, but the cooking results remain the same. Note
that this mode does not require preheating.
NOTE
ECO Convection mode of heating used to determine the
energy efficiency class is in accordance with EN60350-1
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Operations
Cooking modes (Grill)
1.Turn the mode selector to select
.
Dual cook mode
Grilling with Dual cook mode is useful for small serving sizes to save power. By
default, only the Large grill option in the upper compartment is available because
the oven uses only the top heating element.
1.Insert the divider in level 3 to activate
Dual cook mode.
2.Use the value dial to select a Large grill
(G 1) or Eco grill (G 2), and then press OK.
2.Turn the mode selector to select
.
By default, only Large grill (G 1) is
selected automatically.
3.Use the value dial to set the temperature,
and then press OK.
Operations
3.Use the value dial to set the temperature,
and then press OK.
Cooking modes (Grill)
Temperature range (°C)
Mode
G1
Large grill
G2
Eco grill
Suggested
temperature
(°C)
Dual
Upper
Lower
100-270
200-250
240
The large-area grill emits heat. Use this mode for browning
the tops of food (for example, meat, lasagne, or gratin).
100-270
240
The small-area grill emits heat. Use this mode for food
that requires less heat, such as fish and filled baguettes.
Single
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Dual cook mode temperature setting range
You can use both the upper and lower compartments simultaneously for different
cooking operations.
In Dual Cook mode, the temperature range of one compartment is affected by the
temperature settings of the other compartment. For instance, broiling in the upper
compartment will be limited by the operation in the lower compartment in terms
of cooking temperatures. However, either compartment limits its temperature
settings between minimum 40 and maximum 250.
If Upper is set to (°C)
Lower compartment is limited to (°C))
Maximum
40
40
45
60
50
75
80
65
105
100
80
135
120
90
160
140
105
190
160
120
220
180
135
250
200
145
250
220
160
250
250
170
250
Upper compartment is limited to (°C))
Minimum
Maximum
40
40
45
60
50
75
80
65
105
100
80
135
120
90
160
140
105
190
160
120
220
180
135
250
200
145
250
220
160
250
250
170
250
Operations
Minimum
If Lower is set to (°C)
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Operations
To stop cooking
Special function
While cooking is in process, turn the mode
selector to “ ”. The oven turns off in a
few seconds. This is because, to avoid
accepting incorrect commands by users, the
oven waits a few seconds so that they can
correct their selection.
Add special or additional functions to improve your cooking experience. Special
functions are not enabled in Dual cook mode.
1.Turn the mode selector to select
To stop cooking for an individual compartment
2.Turn the value dial to select a function,
and then press OK. The default
temperature appears.
3.Set the cooking time and/or temperature
if necessary. See the Common Settings
section for details.
Follow these instructions to stop cooking in Dual cook mode.
1.Press
.
to stop the cooking.
Operations
4.Press OK to start the function.
2.Press
to select the upper
compartment, or press
to select the
lower compartment.
icon will blink on the selected
compartment.
Mode
3.Press OK. The oven stops cooking with
the selected compartment.
Temperature
range (°C)
Suggested
temperature
(°C)
Instructions
F1
Keep warm
40-100
80
Use this only for keeping
foods warm that have just
been cooked.
F2
Plate warm
30-80
60
Use this for warming dishes
or ovenware.
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Auto cook
Dual cook mode
For inexperienced cooks, the oven offers a total of 50 auto cooking recipes. Take
advantage of this feature to save you time or shorten your learning curve. The
cooking time and temperature will be adjusted according to the selected recipe.
1.Turn the mode selector to select
1.Insert the divider in level 3 to activate
Dual cook mode.
.
2.Turn the mode selector to select
.
3.Turn the value dial to select a serving
size. The weight range depends on the
programme.
4.Press OK to start cooking.
3.Press
to select the upper
compartment, or press
to select the
lower compartment.
icon will appear on the selected
compartment.
Operations
2.Turn the value dial to select a
programme, and then press OK.
4.Turn the value dial to select a
programme for the upper compartment,
and press OK.
NOTE
•Some of the items in the Auto cook programmes include preheating. For those
items the preheating progress is displayed. Please put the food in the oven after
preheating beep. Then, press Cooking time to start Auto Cook.
•For more information, see the Auto cook programmes section in this manual.
5.Turn the value dial to select a serving
size. The weight range depends on the
programme.
6.Press OK to start cooking.
NOTE
For more information, see the Auto cook programmes section in this manual.
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Operations
Steam cleaning
WARNING
This is useful for cleaning light soiling with steaming. This function saves you time
by removing the need for regular manual cleaning. The remaining time appears on
the display during this process.
1.Pour 400 ml (3/4 pint) of water onto the
bottom of the oven and close the oven
door.
2.Turn the mode selector to select
.
Do not open the door before the cycle is complete. The water inside the oven is
very hot, and it can cause a burn.
NOTE
•If the oven is heavily soiled with grease, for example, after roasting or grilling,
it is recommended to remove stubborn soils manually using a cleaning agent
before activating Steam cleaning.
•Leave the oven door ajar when the cycle is complete. This is to allow the interior
enamel surface to dry thoroughly.
•If the oven is hot inside, cleaning is not activated. Wait until the oven cools down,
and try again.
•Do not pour water onto the bottom by force. Do it gently. Otherwise, the water
overflows to the front.
Operations
3.Press OK to start cleaning.
Steam cleaning runs for 26 minutes.
4.Use a dry cloth to clean inside the oven.
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Timer
Sound On/Off
Timer helps you check the time or operating duration while cooking.
1.Press
.
•To mute the sound, tap and hold down
Oven Light for 3 seconds.
•To unmute the sound, tap and hold down
again for 3 seconds.
2.Turn the value dial to set the time, and
then press OK.
You can set the time to a max of
23 hours and 59 minutes.
NOTE
Operations
•When the time has elapsed, the oven beeps with a blinking message of “00:00”
on the display.
•You can change the timer settings at any time.
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Manual cooking
Baking
We recommend to preheat the oven for best results.
WARNING on acrylamide
Acrylamide produced while baking starch-contained food such as potato chips,
French fries, and bread may cause health problems. It is recommended to cook
these foods at low temperatures and avoid overcooking, heavy crisping, or
burning.
NOTE
•Pre-heating is recommended for all cooking modes unless otherwise specified in
the cooking guide.
•When using Eco Grill, put food in the centre of the accessory tray.
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Accessory tips
Your oven comes with a different number or kind of accessories. You may find that
some accessories are missing from the table below. However, even if you are not
provided with the exact accessories specified in this cooking guide, you can follow
along with what you already have, and achieve the same results.
•The Baking tray and the Universal tray are interchangeable.
•When cooking oily foods, it is recommended to put a tray under the Wire rack to
collect oil residue. If you are provided with the Wire rack insert, you can use it
together with the tray.
•If you are provided with the Universal tray or Extra deep tray, or both, it is
better to use whichever is deeper for cooking oily foods.
Food
Accessory
Level
Sponge cake
Wire rack,
Ø 25-26 cm tin
Marble cake
Type of
heating
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
2
160-170
35-40
Wire rack,
Gugelhopf tin
3
175-185
50-60
Tart
Wire rack,
Ø 20 cm tart tin
3
190-200
50-60
Yeast cake on
tray with fruits
and crumbles
Universal tray
2
160-180
40-50
Fruit crumble
Wire rack, 2224 cm oven dish
3
170-180
25-30
Scones
Universal tray
3
180-190
30-35
Lasagne
Wire rack, 2224 cm oven dish
3
190-200
25-30
Meringues
Universal tray
3
80-100
100-150
Soufflé
Wire rack, soufflé
cups
3
170-180
20-25
Apple yeast
tray cake
Universal tray
3
150-170
60-70
Homemade
pizza, 1-1.2kg
Universal tray
2
190-210
10-15
Frozen puff
pastry, filled
Universal tray
2
180-200
20-25
Quiche
Wire rack, 2224 cm oven dish
2
180-190
25-35
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Food
Accessory
Level
Apple pie
Wire rack,
Ø 20 cm tin
Chilled pizza
Universal tray
Type of
heating
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
2
160-170
65-75
3
180-200
5-10
Roasting
Food
Accessory
Level
Sirloin of beef,
1 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
Boned loin of
veal, 1.5 kg
Type of
heating
Food
Accessory
Level
Type of
heating
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
Poultry(Chicken/Duck/Turkey)
Chicken, Whole,
1.2 kg*
Wire rack +
Universal tray
(to catch
drippings)
3
1
205
80-100
Chicken pieces
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
200-220
25-35
Duck breast
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
180-200
20-30
Small turkey,
whole, 5 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
180-200
120-150
Universal tray
3
220-230
15-20
Universal tray
3
200
45-50
Fish fillet, baked
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
200-230
10-15
Roast fish
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
180-200
30-40
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
3
1
160-180
50-70
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
160-180
90-120
Pork roast, 1 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
200-210
50-60
Vegetables,
0.5 kg
Joint of pork,
1 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
160-180
100-120
Baked potato
halves, 0.5 kg
Leg of lamb on
the bone, 1 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
170-180
Meat(Beef/Pork/Lamb)
Vegetables
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Fish
100-120
* Turnover after half of time
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Grilling
We recommend preheat the oven using large grill mode. Turn over after half of
time.
Food
Accessory
Level
Toast
Wire rack
Cheese toast
Universal tray
Type of
heating
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
5
270
2-4
4
200
4-8
Bread
Beef
Frozen ready-meal
Food
Accessory
Level
Frozen pizza, 0.40.6 kg
Wire rack
Frozen lasagne
Type of
heating
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
3
200-220
15-25
Wire rack
3
180-200
45-50
Frozen oven
chips
Universal tray
3
220-225
20-25
Frozen
Croquettes
Universal tray
3
220-230
25-30
Frozen oven
camembert
Wire rack
3
190-200
10-15
Frozen baguettes
with topping
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
190-200
10-15
Steak*
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
1
240-250
15-20
Burgers*
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
1
250-270
13-18
Pork chops
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
1
250-270
15-20
Frozen fish
fingers
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
190-200
15-25
Sausages
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
1
260-270
10-15
Frozen fish
burger
Wire rack
3
180-200
20-35
Chicken, breast
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
1
230-240
30-35
Chicken,
drumstick
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
1
230-240
25-30
Pork
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Poultry
* Turnover after 2/3 of the cooking time.
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Pro-Roasting
This mode includes an automatic heating-up cycle up to 220 °C. The top heater
and the convection fan are operating during the process of searing the meat. After
this stage the food is cooked gently by the low temperature of pre-selection. This
process is done while the top and the bottom heaters are operating. This mode is
suitable for meat roasts and poultry.
ECO convection
This mode uses the optimized heating system so that you save the energy during
cooking your dishes. The times of this category are suggested to not be preheated
before cooking for saving more energy.
You can increase or decrease the cooking time and/or temperature to your
preference.
Accessory
Level
Temp. (°C)
Time (hrs.)
Food
Accessory
Level
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
Roast beef
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
80-100
3-4
Fruit crumble, 0.81.2kg
Wire rack
2
160-180
60-80
Pork roast
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
80-100
4-5
Jacket potatoes,
0.4-0.8 kg
Universal tray
2
190-200
70-80
Lamb roast
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
80-100
3-4
Sausages, 0.3-0.5 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
160-180
20-30
Duck breast
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
70-90
2-3
Frozen oven chips,
0.3-0.5 kg
Universal tray
3
180-200
25-35
Frozen potato wedges,
0.3-0.5 kg
Universal tray
3
190-210
25-35
Fish fillets, baked,
0.4-0.8 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
200-220
30-40
Crispy fish fillets,
breaded, 0.4-0.8 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
200-220
30-45
Roast sirloin of beef,
0.8-1.2 kg
Wire rack +
Universal tray
2
1
180-200
65-75
Roast vegetables,
0.4-0.6 kg
Universal tray
3
200-220
25-35
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Dual cook
Before using dual cook function insert the divider into the oven. We recommend
preheat the oven for best results.
The following table presents 5 dual cook guides we recommended for cooking,
roasting and baking. Using dual cook function, you will be able to cook your main
dish & side dish or main dish & dessert simultaneously.
•Using dual cook function, preheating time can be extended.
Type of
Time
Temp. (°C)
heating
(min.)
No
Cavity
Food
Accessory
Level
1
Upper
Sponge cake
Wire rack, Ø 2526 cm tin
4
160-170 40-45
Lower
Homemade
pizza, 1.01.2 kg
Universal tray
1
190-210 13-18
Upper
Roast
vegetables,
0.4-0.8 kg
Universal tray
4
220-230 13-18
Lower
Apple pie
Wire rack,
Ø 20 cm tin
1
160-170 70-80
2
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3
4
5
You can also use upper or lower compartment only to save power. The cooking
time can be extended when you use separated compartment. We recommend
preheat the oven for best results.
Upper
Food
Accessory
Level
Small cakes
Universal tray
Scones
Type of
heating
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
4
170
30-35
Universal tray
4
180-190
30-35
Lasagne
Wire rack
4
190-200
30-35
Chicken,
drumstick*
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
4
230-250
30-35
Temp. (°C)
Time (min.)
* Do not preheat the oven.
Lower
Upper
Pita bread
Universal tray
4
230-240 13-18
Lower
Potato gratin,
1.0-1.5 kg
Wire rack,
22-24 cm oven
dish
1
180-190 45-50
Upper
Chicken,
drumstick
Wire rack +
universal tray
4
4
230-250 30-35
Lower
Lasagne, 1.01.5 kg
Wire rack,
22-24 cm oven
dish
1
190-200 30-35
Upper
Fish fillet,
baked
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
4
210-230 15-20
Lower
Apple puff
pastry
Universal tray
1
170-180 25-30
Type of
heating
Food
Accessory
Level
Small cakes
Universal tray
1
170
30-35
Marble cake
Wire rack
1
160-170
60-70
Apple pie
Wire rack
1
160-170
70-80
Homemade pizza,
1.0-1.2 kg
Universal tray
1
190-210
13-18
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Auto cook programmes
Code
Single cook
The following table presents 40 auto programmes for cooking, roasting and
baking.
It contains its quantities, weight ranges and appropriate recommendations.
Cooking modes and times have been pre-programmed for your convenience. You
will find some recipes for the auto programmes in your instruction book.
Auto cook programmes 1 to 19, 38 and 39 include preheating and display the
preheating progress. Please put the food in the oven after preheating beep.
Then, press Cooking time to start Auto Cook.
A5
Food
Ratatouille
Potato gratin
Weight (kg)
Accessory
Level
1.0-1.5
Wire rack
3
Prepare fresh potato gratin using an ovenproof dish,
22-24 cm. Start programme, after preheating beep
sounds, put dish in the centre of rack.
0.8-1.2
A2
Vegetable
gratin
Pasta bake
A6
Apple pie
Lasagne
Wire rack
Wire rack
A7
Croissants
A8
Apple puff
pastry
Put ingredients for Ratatouille in casserole dish with
lid. Start programme, after preheating beep sounds,
put dish in the centre of rack. Bake covered. Stir before
serving.
Quiche
Lorraine
A 10
White loaf
bread
A 11
Mixed grain
loaf bread
3
Prepare homemade lasagne using 22-24 cm ovenproof
dish. Start programme, after preheating beep sounds,
put dish in the centre of rack.
Universal tray
3
Universal tray
3
Put Apple Puff Pastries on baking paper on Universal
tray. Start programme, after preheating beep sounds,
insert tray.
Wire rack
2
Prepare quiche dough, put in a round quiche dish with
25 cm diameter. Start programme, after preheating
beep sounds add filling and put dish in the centre of
rack.
0.6-0.7
3
2
Prepare croissants (chilled ready dough). Put on
baking paper on Universal tray. Start programme, after
preheating beep sounds, insert tray.
1.2-1.5
A9
Wire rack
Prepare apple pie using a 24-26 cm round metal baking
tin. Start programme, after preheating beep sounds, put
tin in the centre of rack.
0.3-0.4
3
Prepare pasta gratin using 22-24 cm ovenproof dish.
Start programme, after preheating beep sounds, put
dish in the centre of rack.
1.0-1.5
A4
Wire rack
Prepare fresh vegetable gratin using an ovenproof dish,
22-24 cm. Start programme, after preheating beep
sounds, put dish in the centre of rack.
1.2-1.5
A3
3
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Level
Wire rack
0.3-0.4
Always use oven gloves while taking out food.
Food
Accessory
1.2-1.5
1.2-1.4
WARNING
Code
Weight (kg)
Wire rack
3
Prepare dough and put into a black metal rectangular
baking dish (length 25cm). Start programme, after
preheating beep sounds put dish in the centre of rack.
0.8-0.9
Wire rack
3
Prepare dough and put into a black metal rectangular
baking dish (length 25cm). Start programme, after
preheating beep sounds put dish in the centre of rack
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Code
A 12
Food
Bread rolls
Weight (kg)
Accessory
Level
0.3-0.5
Universal tray
3
Prepare rolls (chilled ready dough). Put on baking paper
on Universal tray. Start programme, after preheating
beep insert tray.
0.8-1.2
A 13
Fruit crumble
Scones
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Sponge cake
Marble cake
Dutch loaf
cake
Fruit flan base
2
Prepare dough and put into a black metal rectangular
baking dish (length 25cm). Start programme, after
preheating beep sounds, put tin in the centre of rack.
0.4-0.5
A 18
Wire rack
Wire rack
3
Put the dough into a black metal buttered baking dish
for cake base. Start programme, after preheating beep
sounds, put tin in the centre of rack.
Accessory
Level
0.7-0.8
Wire rack
3
Prepare dough using a 20-24cm ovenproof dish. Start
programme, after preheating beep sounds, put dish in
the centre of rack.
Roast sirloin of
beef
1.1-1.3
A 21
Slow cooked
beef roast
1.1-1.3
Lamb chops
A 23
Leg of lamb on
the bone
A 24
A 25
Pork roast
with crackling
Rack of pork
rib
2
1
Wire rack +
Universal tray
2
1
Season the beef and leave in refrigerator for 1 hour.
Put on the wire rack with fat-side-up.
0.4-0.6
A 22
Wire rack +
Universal tray
Season the beef and leave in refrigerator for 1 hour.
Put on the wire rack with fat-side-up.
0.9-1.1
2
Prepare dough and put into a metal round gugelhupf
or bundt tin. Start programme, after preheating beep
sounds, put tin in the centre of rack.
0.7-0.8
A 17
Wire rack
A 20
3
Prepare dough and put into a black metal round baking
tin with 26 cm diameter. Start programme, after
preheating beep sounds, put tin in the centre of rack.
0.7-0.8
A 16
Wire rack
Brownies
Weight (kg)
0.9-1.1
3
Put scones (5-6 cm diameter) on baking paper on tray.
Start programme, after preheating beep sounds, insert
tray.
0.5-0.6
A 15
Universal tray
A 19
Food
3
Put fresh fruits (raspberries, blackberries, apple slices,
or pear slices) into oven dish 22-24 cm. Distribute
crumbles on top. Start programme, after preheating
beep sounds, put dish in the centre of rack.
0.5-0.6
A 14
Wire rack
Code
0.6-0.8
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
1
Marinate the lamb chops with herbs and spices and put
them on wire rack.
1.0-1.5
1.5-2.0
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
Marinate the lamb and put on wire rack.
0.8-1.0
1.0-1.2
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
Put pork roast with fat side to the top on wire rack.
0.8-1.0
1.0-1.2
Wire rack +
Universal tray
3
1
Put rack of pork rib on wire rack.
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Code
Food
Weight (kg)
0.9-1.1
1.1-1.3
A 26
Chicken, whole
Chicken, breast
Level
Wire rack +
Universal tray
2
1
Rinse and clean chicken. Brush chicken with oil and
spices. Put it breast side down on the rack and turn
over, as soon as the oven beeps.
0.4-0.6
A 27
Accessory
0.6-0.8
Wire rack +
Universal tray
Code
Food
0.3-0.5
A 32
Sole
0.4-0.6
A 33
Salmon fillet
Marinate breasts and put on the rack.
A 28
Chicken,
drumsticks
0.6-0.8
0.8-1.0
0.4-0.5
Trout fillet
0.5-0.7
Universal tray
A 34
4
0.3-0.5
0.5-0.7
A 31
Trout
Wire rack +
Universal tray
Roast
vegetables
1
4
A 35
Baked potato
halves
A 36
Frozen oven
chips
0.6-0.8
3
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
1
Universal tray
4
Rinse and prepare slices of courgette, egg plant, pepper,
onion and cherry tomatoes. Brush with olive oil, herbs
and spices. Distribute evenly on tray.
0.8-1.0
Universal tray
3
Cut large potatoes (each 200g) into halves lengthways.
Put with cut side up on tray and brush with olive oil,
herbs and spices.
0.3-0.5
0.5-0.7
Universal tray
3
Distribute frozen oven chips evenly on tray.
1
Rinse and clean the fish and put head to tail on the
rack. Add lemon juice, salt and herbs inside fish.
Cut skin surface with knife. Brush oil and salt.
Universal tray
Rinse and clean fillets or steaks. Put fillets skin side up
on rack.
0.6-0.8
4
But trout fillets with the skin side up on the Universal
tray.
0.6-0.8
0.4-0.6
1
But duck breasts with fat-side up on the rack.
The first setting is for medium, the second for mediumwell done cooking level.
0.3-0.5
A 30
Wire rack +
Universal tray
Level
Cooking smart
Duck breast
4
Brush with oil and spices and put on tray.
0.3-0.4
A 29
Wire rack +
Universal tray
0.5-0.7
Accessory
Put Sole on baking paper on the universal tray. Cut
surface with knife.
4
1
Weight (kg)
0.3-0.5
A 37
Frozen potato
wedges
0.5-0.7
Universal tray
3
Distribute frozen potato wedges evenly on tray.
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Code
Food
Weight (kg)
0.3-0.6
0.6-0.9
A 38
Frozen pizza
1.0-1.2
Homemade
pizza
Cooking smart
Fermentation
yeast dough
Wire rack
3
Universal tray
2
Prepare homemade pizza with the yeast dough and put
it on the tray. The weight include dough and topping
such as sauce, vegetables, ham and cheese. Start
programme, after preheating beep sounds, insert tray.
0.5-0.6
A 40
Level
Start programme, after preheating beep sounds, put the
frozen pizza in the middle of the wire rack. The first
setting is for thin Italian pizza, the second setting for
thick pan pizza.
0.8-1.0
A 39
Accessory
0.7-0.8
Wire rack
Dual cook
The following table presents 10 auto programmes for cooking, roasting and
baking. You can use only upper cavity or lower cavity and use the upper and lower
cavity at the same time.
The programme contains its quantities, weight ranges and appropriate
recommendations. Cooking modes and times have been pre-programmed for
your convenience. You will find some recipes for the auto programmes in your
instruction book.
All dual auto cook programmes include preheating and display the preheating
progress. Please put the food in the oven after preheating beep.
Then, press Cooking time to start Auto Cook.
WARNING
Always use oven gloves while taking out food.
Code
Food
Accessory
Level
1.0-1.5
Wire rack
4
Upper
2
Prepare dough in bowl, cover with cling film.
Put in centre of rack. The first setting is for pizza and
cake dough, the second setting for bread dough.
Weight (kg)
A1
Potato gratin
Prepare fresh potato gratin using an ovenproof dish,
22-24 cm. Start programme, after preheating beep
sounds, put dish in the centre of rack.
1.0-1.5
A2
Lasagne
A3
Chicken
drumsticks
A4
4
Prepare homemade lasagne using 22-24 cm ovenproof
dish. Start programme, after preheating beep sounds,
put dish in the centre of rack.
0.6-0.8
0.8-1.0
Wire rack +
Universal tray
4
4
Brush with oil and spices and put on rack.
0.6-0.8
Baked potato
halves
Wire rack
0.8-1.0
Universal tray
4
Cut large potatoes (each 200g) into halves lengthways.
Put with cut side up on tray and brush with olive oil,
herbs and spices.
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Code
Food
A5
Frozen oven
chips
Weight (kg)
0.3-0.5
0.5-0.7
Accessory
Level
Universal tray
4
According to standard EN 60350-1
1. Baking
The recommendations for baking refer to a preheated oven. Do not use the fast
preheat function. Always put trays the slanted side to the door front.
Distribute frozen oven chips evenly on tray.
Lower
1.2-1.4
A1
Apple pie
A2
Apple puff
pastry
0.6-0.9
Frozen pizza
1.0-1.2
A5
1
Wire rack
1
Put the frozen pizza in the middle of the Wire rack.
Start programme, after preheating beep sounds, insert
rack. The first setting is for thin Italian pizza, the
second setting for thick pan pizza.
0.8-1.0
Homemade
pizza
Wire rack
Universal tray
Accessory
Level
Small cakes
Universal tray
1
Prepare quiche dough, put in a round quiche dish with
25 cm diameter. Start programme, after preheating
beep sounds add filling and put dish in the centre of
rack.
0.3-0.6
A4
Universal tray
Type of
food
1
Prepare homemade pizza with the yeast dough and put
it on the tray. The weight include dough and topping
such as sauce, vegetables, ham and cheese. Start
programme, after preheating beep sounds, insert tray.
Type of
heating
Temp.
(°C)
Time
(min.)
3
165
25-30
2
165
28-33
1+4
155
35-40
Shortbread
Universal tray +
universal tray
1+4
140
28-33
Fatless
sponge cake
Wire rack +
Spring form cake tin
(Dark coated, ø 26 cm)
2
160
35-40
2
160
35-40
1+4
155
45-50
Wire rack +
2 Spring form cake tins
*(Dark coated, ø 20 cm)
1 placed
diagonally
160
70-80
Universal tray +
Wire rack + 2 Spring
form cake tins
**(Dark coated, ø 20 cm)
1+3
160
80-90
Apple pie
Cooking smart
A3
1
Put Apple Puff Pastries on baking paper on Universal
tray. Start programme, after preheating beep sounds,
insert tray.
1.2-1.5
Quiche
Lorraine
Wire rack
Prepare apple pie using a 24-26 cm round metal baking
tin. Start programme, after preheating beep sounds, put
tin in the centre of rack.
0.3-0.4
Test Dishes
* Two cakes are arranged on the grid at the back left and at the front right.
** Two cakes are arranged in the center on top of each other.
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Cooking smart
Collection of frequent Auto cook recipes
2. Grilling
Preheat the empty oven for 5 minutes using Large Grill function.
Type of
heating
Temp.
(°C)
Type of food
Accessory
Level
Time (min.)
White bread
toast
Wire rack
5
270
(max)
1-2
Beef burgers*
(12 ea)
Wire rack +
Universal tray
(to catch drippings)
4
1
270
(max)
1st 15-18
2nd 5-8
Temp.
(°C)
Time (min.)
205
80-100
Potato gratin
Ingredients
Directions
* Turn over after 2/3 of the cooking time.
3. Roasting
Cooking smart
Type of food
Accessory
Level
Whole
chicken*
Wire rack +
Universal tray
(to catch drippings)
3
1
* Turnover after half of time.
Type of
heating
800 g potatoes, 100 ml milk, 100 ml cream, 50 g beaten whole
egg, 1 tbsp each of salt, pepper, nutmeg, 150 g grated cheese,
butter, thyme
Peel potatoes and slice them to 3 mm thickness. Rub the butter
all over the surface of a gratin dish (22-24 cm). Spread the slices
on a clean towel and keep them covered with the towel while
you prepare the rest of the ingredients.
Mix the rest of the ingredients except for grated cheese into
a large bowl and stir well. Layer the potato slices in the dish
slightly overlapping and pour the mixture over the potatoes.
Spread the grated cheese over the top and bake. After cooking,
serve sprinkled with a few fresh thyme leaves.
Vegetable gratin
Ingredients
800 g vegetables (courgette, tomato, onion, carrot, pepper, precooked potatoes), 150 ml cream, 50 g beaten whole egg, 1 tbsp
each of salt, herb (pepper, parsley or rosemary), 150 g grated
cheese, 3 tbsp olive oil, some thyme leaves
Directions
Wash the vegetables and slice them to 3-5 mm thickness. Layer
the slices on a gratin dish (22-24 cm) and pour the oil on the
vegetables. Mix the rest of the ingredients except for grated
cheese and pour on the vegetables. Spread the grated cheese
over the top and bake. Then serve sprinkled with a few fresh
thyme leaves.
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Lasagne
Ingredients
Directions
Apple pie
2 tbsp olive oil, 500 g minced beef, 500 ml tomato sauce, 100
ml beef stock, 150 g dried lasagne sheets, 1 onion (chopped),
200 g grated cheese, 1 tsp each of dried parsley flakes, oregano,
basil
Prepare tomato meat sauce. Heat the oil in a frying pan, then
cook the minced beef and chopped onion for about 10 min until
browned all over. Pour over the tomato sauce and beef stock,
add the dried herbs. Bring up to the boil, then simmer for 30
min.
Cook lasagne noodles according to package directions. Layer
the lasagne noodle, meat sauce, and cheese then repeat. Then
sprinkle evenly with remaining cheese on the top of layer of
noodles and bake.
Ingredients
Directions
•Pastry: 275 g flour, 1/2 tbsp salt, 125 g white castor sugar, 8 g
vanilla sugar, 175 g cold butter, 1 egg(beaten)
•Filling: 750 g firm whole apples, 1 tbsp lemon juice, 40 g
sugar, 1/2 tbsp cinnamon, 50 g seedless raisins, 2 tbsp bread
crumbs
Cooking smart
Sift the flour with the salt above a big bowl. Sift the castor
sugar and vanilla sugar with it. Cut with 2 knives the butter
through the flour in small cubes. Add 3/4 of the beaten egg.
Knead all the ingredients in the food processor until a crumbly
mass appears. Form the dough into a ball with your hands. Wrap
it in plastic foil and leave it chilled for about 30 min.
Grease the spring tin (24-26 cm diameter) and dust the surface
with flour. Roll out 3/4 of the dough till 5 mm thickness. Put it in
the tin (bottom and sides).
Peel and core the apples. Cut them in cubes of about 3/4 x 3/4 cm.
Sprinkle the apples with lemon juice and mix well. Wash and
dry the currants and raisins. Add sugar, cinnamon, raisins and
currants. Mix well and sprinkle the bottom of dough with bread
crumbs. Press slightly.
Roll out the rest of the dough. Cut the dough in small strips and
put them cross wise on the filling. Brush the pie evenly with the
rest of the beaten egg.
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Quiche Lorraine
Homemade pizza
Ingredients
•Pastry: 200 g plain flour, 80 g butter, 1 egg
•Filling: 75 g cubed fatless bacon, 125 ml cream, 125 g crème
fraiche, 2 eggs, beaten, 100 g grated cheese from Switzerland,
salt and pepper
Ingredients
•Pizza dough: 300 g flour, 7 g dried yeast, 1 tbsp olive oil, 200
ml warm water, 1 tbsp sugar and salt
•Topping: 400 g sliced vegetable (aubergine, courgette, onion,
tomato), 100 g ham or bacon(chopped), 100 g grated cheese
Directions
To make the pastry, put the flour, butter and egg in a bowl and
mix to a soften pastry and then rest it in the refrigerator for
30 min. Roll out the pastry and placed in the greased ceramic
dish for quiche (25 cm diameter). Prick the bottom with a fork.
Mix the egg, cream, crème fraiche, cheese, salt and pepper. Pour
it on the pastry just before baking.
Directions
Put the flour, yeast, oil, salt, sugar and warm water in a bowl
and mix to a wettish dough. Knead in a mixer or by hand
about 5-10 min. Cover with lid and place in oven for 30 min
at 35 °C to prove. Roll out the dough on a floured surface into
a rectangle shape and put on the tray or pizza pan. Spread the
tomato puree on the dough and place ham, mushroom, olive and
tomato. Sprinkle evenly with cheese on the top and bake.
Fruit crumbles
Ingredients
Cooking smart
Directions
•Topping: 200 g flour, 100 g butter, 100 g sugar, 2 g salt, 2 g
cinnamon powder
•Fruit: 600 g mixed fruits
Mix all ingredients until to be crumble for making topping.
Spread the mixed fruits into an oven dish and sprinkle the
crumble.
Roast sirloin of beef
Ingredients
Directions
1 kg sirloin of beef joint, 5 g salt, 1 g pepper, 3 g each of
rosemary, thyme
Season the beef with salt, pepper and rosemary and leave in
refrigerator for 1 hour. Put on the Wire rack. Put it in the oven
and cook.
Herb roasted lamb chops
Ingredients
Directions
1 kg lamb chops (6 pieces), 4 large garlic cloves (pressed), 1
tbsp fresh thyme (crushed), 1 tbsp fresh rosemary(crushed), 2
tbsp salt, 2 tbsp olive oil
Mix the salt, garlic, herbs and oil and add the lamb. Turn to coat
and leave at a room temperature at least 30 min to 1 hour.
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Maintenance
Cleaning
Rack of Pork rib
Ingredients
Directions
2 racks pork spare ribs, 1 tbsp black peppercorns, 3 bay leaves,
1 onion (chopped), 3 garlic cloves (chopped), 85 g brown sugar,
3 tbsp Worcestershire sauce, 2 tbsp Tomato puree, 2 tbsp olive
oil
Make a barbecue sauce. Heat oil in a sauce pan and add the
onion. Cook until softened and add remaining ingredients.
Broil and reduce heat and simmer for 30 min until thickened.
Marinate the rib with the barbecue sauce at least 30 min to
1 hour.
WARNING
•Make sure the oven and accessories are cool before cleaning.
•Do not use abrasive cleaning agents, hard brushes, scouring pads or cloths, steel
wool, knives or any other abrasive materials.
Oven interior
•For cleaning the interior of the oven, use a clean cloth and a mild cleaning agent
or warm soapy water.
•Do not hand-clean the door seal.
•To avoid damaging the enamelled oven surfaces, only use standard oven
cleaners.
•To remove stubborn soils, use a special oven cleaner.
Oven exterior
For cleaning the exterior of the oven such as the oven door, handle, and display,
use a clean cloth and a mild cleaning detergent or warm soapy water, and dry with
a kitchen roll or dry towel.
Grease and dirt can remain, especially around the handle because of the hot air
coming from inside. It is recommended to clean the handle after each use.
Maintenance
Accessories
Wash the accessories after every use, and dry it with a tea towel. To remove
stubborn impurities, soak the used accessories in warm soapy water for about 30
minutes before washing.
Catalytic enamel surface (applicable models only)
The removable parts are coated with dark grey catalytic enamel. They can be
soiled with oil and fat spattered by the circulating air during convection heating.
However, these impurities burn off at oven temperatures of 200 °C or above.
1.Remove all accessories from the oven.
2.Clean the interior of the oven.
3.Select Convection mode with max temperature, and run the cycle for an hour.
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Maintenance
Door
Door glass
Do not remove the oven door unless for cleaning purposes. To remove the door for
cleaning, follow these instructions.
Depending on the model, the oven door is equipped with 3-4 sheets of glass
placed against each other. Do not remove the door glass unless for cleaning
purposes. To remove the door glass for cleaning, follow these instructions.
WARNING
1.Use a screwdriver to remove the screws
on the left and right sides.
The oven door is heavy.
1.Open the door and flip open the clips at
both hinges.
2.Close the door approximately 70°. Hold
the oven door by the sides using both
hands, and lift and pull upwards until the
hinges are removed.
3.Clean the door with soapy water and a
clean cloth.
Maintenance
4.When done, follow steps 1 to 2 above in
the reverse order to reinstall the door.
Make sure the clips are hinged on both
sides.
2.Detach the coverings in the arrow
directions
3.Remove the first sheet from the door.
01
4.Remove the second sheet from the door
in the arrow direction.
5.Clean the glass with soapy water and a
clean cloth.
02
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02
03
6.When done, reinsert the sheets as
follows:
•Insert sheet 2 between support clip 1
and 2, and sheet 1 into support clip 3 in
this order.
Water collector
The water collector collects not only excess
moisture from cooking but also food
residue. Regularly empty and clean the
water collector.
01
WARNING
If you encounter a water leak from the
water collector, contact us at a local
Samsung service center.
01
01 Water collector
01 Support clip 1
02 Support clip 2
03 Support clip 3
Ceiling (applicable models only)
1.Put down the grill heater. For this, turn
the circular nut anticlockwise while
holding the grill heater. The grill heater
is not a removable part. Do not force the
grill heater down.
7.Check if the glass rubbers fit into and
secure the glass sheet properly.
8.Follow steps 1-2 above in the reverse
order to reinstall the door.
Maintenance
2.Clean the ceiling of the oven with soapy
water and a clean cloth.
01
WARNING
To prevent heat leaks, make sure you
propery reinsert the glass sheets.
01 Approx. 12 º
3.When done, put the grill heater back and
turn the circular nut clockwise.
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Maintenance
Replacement
Side runners (applicable models only)
1.Press the top line of the left side runner,
and lower by approximately 45 º.
Bulbs
1.Remove the glass cap by turning anticlockwise.
2.Replace the oven light.
3.Clean the glass cap.
4.When done, follow step 1 above in the
reverse order to reinsert the glass cap.
2.Pull and remove the bottom line of the
left side runner.
3.Remove the right side runner in the
same way.
4.Clean both side runners.
5.When done, follow steps 1 to 2 above
in the reverse order to reinsert the side
runners.
Maintenance
NOTE
The oven operates without the side runners
and racks in position.
WARNING
•Before replacing a bulb, turn off the oven and unplug the power cord.
•Use only 25-40 W/220-240 V, 300 °C heat-resistant bulbs. You can purchase
approved bulbs at a local Samsung service center.
•Always use a dry cloth when handling a halogen bulb. This is to prevent the
bulb from being tampered with fingerprints or sweat, resulting in a shortened
lifecycle.
Side oven light
1.Hold the lower end of the cover of the
side oven light with one hand, and use
a flat-sharp tool such as a table knife to
remove the cover as shown.
2.Replace the side oven light.
3.Reinsert the light cover.
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Troubleshooting
Checkpoints
Problem
If you encounter a problem with the oven, first check the table below and try the
suggestions. If the problem continues, contact a local Samsung service centre.
Problem
Cause
Action
•Remove the foreign
matter and try again.
•Touch model: if there is
moisture on the exterior
•Remove the moisture and
try again.
•If the lock function is set
•Check whether the lock
function is set.
The time is not
displayed.
•If there is no power
supplied
•Check whether there is
power supplied.
The oven does not
work.
•If there is no power
supplied
•Check whether there is
power supplied.
The oven stops
while in operation.
•If it is unplugged from the
power socket
•Reconnect the power.
The power turns off
during operation.
•If continuous cooking
takes a long time
•After cooking for a long
time, let the oven cool.
•If the cooling fan does not
work
•Listen for the sound of the
cooling fan.
•If the oven is installed
in a place without good
ventilation
•Keep the gaps specified
in the product installation
guide.
•When using several power
plugs in the same socket
•Use a single plug.
•If there is no power
supplied
•Check whether there is
power supplied.
There is no power
to the oven.
Action
•If the oven is installed
in a place without good
ventilation
•Keep the gaps specified
in the product installation
guide.
The door cannot be
opened properly.
•If there is food residue
stuck between the door
and product interior
•Clean the oven well and
then open the door again.
The interior light
is dim or does not
turn on.
•If the lamp turns on and
then off
•The lamp automatically
turns off after a certain
amount of time to save
power. You can turn it
on again by pressing the
oven light button.
•If the lamp is covered
by foreign matter during
cooking
•Clean the inside of the
oven and then check.
Electric shock
occurs on the oven.
•If the power is not
properly grounded
•If you are using a socket
without grounding
•Check whether the
power supply is properly
grounded.
There is water
dripping.
•There may be water or
steam in some cases
depending on the food.
This is not a product
malfunction.
•Let the oven cool and
then wipe with a dry dish
towel.
•The brightness changes
depending on power
output changes.
•Power output changes
during cooking are not
malfunctions, so there is
no need to worry.
There is steam
through a crack in
the door.
Troubleshooting
•If there is foreign matter
caught between the
buttons
The buttons
cannot be pressed
properly.
Cause
The oven exterior
is too hot during
operation.
There is water
remaining in the
oven.
The brightness
inside the oven
varies.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Action
Cooking is finished,
but the cooling fan
is still running.
•The fan automatically runs
for a certain amount of
time to ventilate inside
the oven.
•This is not a product
malfunction, so there is no
need to worry.
The oven does not
heat.
•If the door is open
•Close the door and restart.
•If oven controls are not
correctly set
•Refer to the chapter on
oven operation and reset
the oven.
•If the household fuse has
been blown or the circuit
breaker has been tripped.
•Replace the fuse or reset
the circuit. If it happens
repeatedly, call an
electrician.
•During initial operation
•Smoke may come from
the heater when you first
use the oven. This is not
a malfunction, and if you
run the oven 2-3 times, it
should stop happening.
•If there is food on the
heater
•Let the oven cool
sufficiently and remove
the food from the heater.
•If using plastic or other
containers that are not
heat-resistant
•Use glass containers
suitable for hot
temperatures.
Smoke comes out
during operation.
Troubleshooting
There is a burning
or plastic smell
when using the
oven.
Problem
Cause
Action
The oven does not
cook properly.
•If the door is often
opened during cooking
•Do not frequently open
the door unless you
are cooking things that
need to be turned. If you
frequently open the door,
the interior temperature
will be lower and this may
affect the results of your
cooking.
Steam cleaning
does not work.
•This is because the
temperature is too high.
•Let the oven cool and then
use.
Dual cook mode
does not work.
•If the divider is not
properly assembled
•Insert the divider
correctly and use.
Single cook mode
does not work.
•If the divider is inserted in
the oven.
•Take out the divider and
use.
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Information codes
Code
Meaning
If the oven fails to operate, you may see an information code on the display. Check
the table below and try the suggestions.
Code
Meaning
C-d1
Door lock malfunctions
C-20
C-21
Sensor malfunctions
C-22
C-F1
Only occurs during EEPROM Read/
Write
C-F0
If there is no communication
between the main PCB and sub PCB
C-F2
S-01
Safety shutoff
Oven has continued operating at
a set temperature for an extended
time.
•Under 105 °C - 16 hours
•From 105 °C to 240 °C - 8 hours
•From 245 °C to Max - 4 hours
This is not system failure. Turn
off the oven and remove food.
Thenm try again normally.
Turn off the oven and then
restart. If the problem continues,
turn off all power for 30 seconds
or more and then reconnect. If
the problem is not fixed, please
contact a service centre.
Occurs when a communication
problem is maintained between the
Touch IC <-> Main or Sub micom
Button problem
Occurs when a button is pressed and
held for a period of time.
Clean the buttons and make sure
there is no water on/around
them. Turn off the oven and try
again. If the problem continues,
contact a local Samsung service
centre.
Troubleshooting
C-d0
-dC-
If the divider is removed during
cooking in Dual cook mode.
If the divider is inserted during
cooking in Single cook mode.
The divider must not be removed
during cooking in Dual cook
mode.
Turn off the oven and then
restart. If the problem continues,
turn off all power for 30 seconds
or more and then reconnect.
If the problem is not fixed,
please contact a service centre.
Action
Turn off the oven and then
restart. If the problem continues,
turn off all power for 30 seconds
or more and then reconnect. If
the problem is not fixed, please
contact a service centre.
Action
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Appendix
Product data sheet
SAMSUNG
Model identification
Cavity type
Energy saving tips
SAMSUNG
NV75K5541RS /
NV75K5549RS
Single
Energy Efficiency Index per cavity
(EEI cavity)
95.4
Energy Efficiency Class per cavity
A
Energy consumption required to heat a
standardised load in a cavity of an electric
heated oven during a cycle in conventional
mode per cavity
(electric final energy) (EC electric cavity)
0.99 kWh/cycle
Energy consumption required to heat a
standardised load in a cavity of an electric
heated oven during a cycle in fan-forced mode
per cavity
(electric final energy) (EC electric cavity)
0.83 kWh/cycle
Number of cavities
Heat source per cavity (electricity or gas)
Volume per cavity (V)
•During cooking, the oven door should remain closed except for turning food
over. Do not open the door frequently during cooking to maintain the oven
temperature and to save energy.
•Plan oven use to avoid turning the oven off between cooking one item and the
next to save energy and reduce the time for re-heating the oven.
•If cooking time is more than 30 minutes, the oven may be switched off
5-10 minutes before the end of the cooking time to save energy. The residual
heat will complete the cooking process.
•Wherever possible cook more than one item at a time.
1
electricity
75 L
Type of oven
Built-in
Mass of the appliance (M)
41.0 kg
Appendix
Data determined according to standard SANS 941 and SANS 60350-1.
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