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KME861000M
KMK861000B
KMK861000M
USER
MANUAL
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User Manual
Microwave combi-oven
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION............................................................................................. 2
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................5
3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION...........................................................................................7
4. OPERATING THE APPLIANCE................................................................................... 8
5. BEFORE FIRST USE..................................................................................................... 9
6. DAILY USE.................................................................................................................... 9
7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS.................................................................................................16
8. USING THE ACCESSORIES...................................................................................... 17
9. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS...................................................................................... 18
10. HINTS AND TIPS..................................................................................................... 18
11. CARE AND CLEANING.......................................................................................... 36
12. TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................. 36
13. ENERGY EFFICIENCY............................................................................................. 38
FOR PERFECT RESULTS
Thank you for choosing this AEG product. We have created it to give you
impeccable performance for many years, with innovative technologies that help
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
Always use original spare parts.
When contacting our Authorised Service Centre, ensure that you have the
following data available: Model, PNC, Serial Number.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice.
1.
SAFETY INFORMATION
Before the installation and use of the appliance,
carefully read the supplied instructions. The
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manufacturer is not responsible for any injuries or
damages that are the result of incorrect installation or
usage. Always keep the instructions in a safe and
accessible location for future reference.
1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety
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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 the use of the appliance in a
safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children between 3 and 8 years of age and persons
with very extensive and complex disabilities shall be
kept away unless continuously supervised.
Children of less than 3 years of age should be kept
away unless continuously supervised.
Do not let children play with the appliance.
Keep all packaging away from children and dispose of
it appropriately.
Keep children and pets away from the appliance when
it operates or when it cools down. Accessible parts are
hot.
If the appliance has a child safety device, it should be
activated.
Children shall not carry out cleaning and user
maintenance of the appliance without supervision.
1.2 General Safety
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Only a qualified person must install this appliance and
replace the cable.
WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts
become hot during use. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements.
Always use oven gloves to remove or put in
accessories or ovenware.
Before carrying out any maintenance, disconnect the
appliance from the power supply.
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Ensure that the appliance is switched off before
replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric
shock.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the glass door since they can scratch
the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
If the mains power supply cable is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer, its Authorised
Service Centre or similarly qualified persons to avoid
an electrical hazard.
Do not activate the appliance when it is empty. Metal
parts inside the cavity can create electric arcing.
Metallic containers for food and beverages are not
allowed during microwave cooking. This requirement
is not applicable if the manufacturer specifies size and
shape of metallic containers suitable for microwave
cooking.
If the door or door seals are damaged, the appliance
must not be operated until it has been repaired by a
qualified person.
Only a qualified person can carry out any service or
repair operation that involves the removal of a cover
which gives protection against exposure to microwave
energy.
Do not heat liquids and other foods in sealed
containers. They are liable to explode.
Only use utensils that are suitable for use in
microwave ovens.
When heating food in plastic or paper containers,
keep an eye on the appliance due to the possibility of
ignition.
The appliance is intended for heating food and
beverages. Drying of food or clothing and heating of
warming pads, slippers, sponges, damp cloth and
similar may lead to risk of injury, ignition or fire.
If smoke is emitted, switch off or unplug the appliance
and keep the door closed in order to stifle any flames.
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Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed
eruptive boiling. Care must be taken when handling
the container.
The contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars
shall be stirred or shaken and the temperature
checked before consumption, in order to avoid burns.
Eggs in their shell and whole hard-boiled eggs should
not be heated in the appliance since they may
explode, even after microwave heating has ended.
The appliance should be cleaned regularly and any
food deposits removed.
Failure to maintain the appliance in a clean condition
could lead to deterioration of the surface that could
adversely affect the life of the appliance and possibly
result in a hazardous situation.
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 Installation
WARNING!
Only a qualified person must
install this appliance.
• Remove all the packaging.
• Do not install or use a damaged
appliance.
• Follow the installation instructions
supplied with the appliance.
• Always take care when moving the
appliance as it is heavy. Always use
safety gloves and enclosed footwear.
• Do not pull the appliance by the
handle.
• Keep the minimum distance from
other appliances and units.
• Install the appliance in a safe and
suitable place that meets installation
requirements.
• The appliance is equipped with an
electric cooling system. It must be
operated with the electric power
supply.
2.2 Electrical connection
WARNING!
Risk of fire and electric
shock.
• All electrical connections should be
made by a qualified electrician.
• The appliance must be earthed.
• Make sure that the parameters on the
rating plate are compatible with the
electrical ratings of the mains power
supply.
• Always use a correctly installed
shockproof socket.
• Do not use multi-plug adapters and
extension cables.
• Make sure not to cause damage to
the mains plug and to the mains
cable. Should the mains cable need
to be replaced, this must be carried
out by our Authorised Service Centre.
• Do not let mains cables touch or
come near the appliance door,
especially when the door is hot.
• The shock protection of live and
insulated parts must be fastened in
such a way that it cannot be removed
without tools.
• Connect the mains plug to the mains
socket only at the end of the
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installation. Make sure that there is
access to the mains plug after the
installation.
If the mains socket is loose, do not
connect the mains plug.
Do not pull the mains cable to
disconnect the appliance. Always pull
the mains plug.
Use only correct isolation devices: line
protecting cut-outs, fuses (screw type
fuses removed from the holder), earth
leakage trips and contactors.
The electrical installation must have
an isolation device which lets you
disconnect the appliance from the
mains at all poles. The isolation
device must have a contact opening
width of minimum 3 mm.
This appliance complies with the
E.E.C. Directives.
2.3 Use
WARNING!
Risk of injury, burns and
electric shock or explosion.
• This appliance is for household use
only.
• Do not change the specification of
this appliance.
• Make sure that the ventilation
openings are not blocked.
• Do not let the appliance stay
unattended during operation.
• Deactivate the appliance after each
use.
• Be careful when you open the
appliance door while the appliance is
in operation. Hot air can release.
• Do not operate the appliance with
wet hands or when it has contact with
water.
• Do not apply pressure on the open
door.
• Do not use the appliance as a work
surface or as a storage surface.
• Open the appliance door carefully.
The use of ingredients with alcohol
can cause a mixture of alcohol and air.
• Do not let sparks or open flames to
come in contact with the appliance
when you open the door.
• Do not put flammable products or
items that are wet with flammable
products in, near or on the appliance.
• Do not use microwave function to
preheat the oven.
WARNING!
Risk of damage to the
appliance.
• To prevent damage or discoloration
to the enamel:
– do not put aluminium foil directly
on the bottom of cavity of the
appliance.
– do not put water directly into the
hot appliance.
– do not keep moist dishes and
food in the appliance after you
finish the cooking.
– be careful when you remove or
install the accessories.
• Discoloration of the enamel or
stainless steel has no effect on the
performance of the appliance.
• Use a deep pan for moist cakes. Fruit
juices cause stains that can be
permanent.
• This appliance is for cooking
purposes only. It must not be used for
other purposes, for example room
heating.
• Always cook with the oven door
closed.
• If the appliance is installed behind a
furniture panel (e.g. a door) make sure
the door is never closed when the
appliance is in operation. Heat and
moisture can build up behind a
closed furniture panel and cause
subsequent damage to the appliance,
the housing unit or the floor. Do not
close the furniture panel until the
appliance has cooled down
completely after use.
2.4 Care and cleaning
WARNING!
Risk of injury, fire, or damage
to the appliance.
• Before maintenance, deactivate the
appliance and disconnect the mains
plug from the mains socket.
• Make sure the appliance is cold.
There is the risk that the glass panels
can break.
• Replace immediately the door glass
panels when they are damaged.
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Contact the Authorised Service
Centre.
Make sure the cavity and the door are
wiped dry after each use. Steam
produced during the operation of the
appliance condensates on cavity walls
and can cause corrosion.
Clean regularly the appliance to
prevent the deterioration of the
surface material.
Fat and food remaining in the
appliance can cause fire and electric
arcing when the microwave function
operates.
Clean the appliance with a moist soft
cloth. Only use neutral detergents. Do
not use any abrasive products,
abrasive cleaning pads, solvents or
metal objects.
If you use an oven spray, follow the
safety instruction on it's packaging.
Do not clean the catalytic enamel (if
applicable) with any kind of
detergent.
2.5 Internal lighting
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock.
• The type of light bulb or halogen
lamp used for this appliance is for
household appliances only. Do not
use it for house lighting.
• Before replacing the lamp, disconnect
the appliance from the power supply.
• Only use lamps with the same
specifications.
2.6 Service
• To repair the appliance contact an
Authorised Service Centre.
• Use original spare parts only.
2.7 Disposal
WARNING!
Risk of injury or suffocation.
• Disconnect the appliance from the
mains supply.
• Cut off the mains electrical cable
close to the appliance and dispose of
it.
• Remove the door catch to prevent
children or pets from becoming
trapped in the appliance.
3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 General overview
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Control panel
Electronic programmer
Heating element
Microwave generator
Lamp
Fan
Shelf support, removable
Shelf positions
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3.2 Accessories
For cakes and biscuits.
Wire shelf
Grill- / Roasting pan
For cookware, cake tins, roasts.
To bake and roast or as a pan to collect
fat.
Baking tray
4. OPERATING THE APPLIANCE
4.1 Control panel
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Function
Comment
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On / Off
To turn the appliance on and off.
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Display
Shows the current settings of the appliance.
To adjust the settings and navigate through the menu.
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Rotary knob
Press
to turn the appliance on.
Hold the rotary knob to turn on the setting screen.
Hold and turn the rotary knob to navigate through the menu.
Hold and press the rotary knob to confirm a setting or enter
the selected submenu.
To return to the previous menu find the option Back in the
menu list or confirm a selected setting.
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Function
Comment
Microwave function
Microwave Quickstart (1000W; 30 sec). You can turn it on also
when the appliance is off.
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To turn on selected function.
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To turn off selected function.
4.2 Display
After turning on, the display shows the
heating function mode.
150°C
14:05
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F.
Microwave power
Reminder
Up Timer
Heating function and temperature
Options or Time of Day
Duration time and End time of a
function
G. Menu
The display with maximum number of
functions set:
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B CD
E F G
Menu
170°C
600W
1h 15m
25min
1m 20s
Options
5. BEFORE FIRST USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
Put the accessories and the removable
shelf supports back to their initial
position.
5.1 Initial Cleaning
5.2 First Connection
Remove all accessories and removable
shelf supports from the oven.
After the first connection the software
version will appear for 7 seconds.
Refer to "Care and cleaning" chapter.
You have to set the language, the
Display Brightness and the Time of Day.
Clean the oven and the accessories
before the first use.
6. DAILY USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
6.1 Heating Functions
Turning the heating functions on and off.
1. Turn on the oven.
2. Hold the rotary knob.
The last used function is underlined.
3. Press the rotary knob to enter the
submenu and turn it to select a
heating function.
4. Press the rotary knob to confirm.
5. Set the temperature and confirm.
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6. Press
. Some functions contain
a sequence of pop-ups. Press the
rotary knob to go to the next popup. After the last confirmation the
function starts.
To turn off a function press
The lamp may turn off
automatically at a
temperature below 60 °C
during some oven functions.
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Heating Functions: Specials
Heating function
Application
Slow Cooking
To prepare tender, succulent roasts.
Keep Warm
To keep food warm.
Plate Warming
To preheat plates for serving.
Preserving
To make vegetable preserves (e.g. pickles).
Drying
To dry sliced fruit, vegetables and mushrooms.
Dough Proving
To rise the yeast dough before baking.
Bread Baking
Use this function to prepare bread and bread rolls
with a very good professional-like result in terms
of crispiness, colour and crust gloss.
Au Gratin
For dishes such as lasagna or potato gratin. To
make gratins and to brown.
Heating functions: Standard
Heating function
Application
True Fan Cooking
To bake on up to two shelf positions at the same
time and to dry food. Set the temperature 20 - 40
°C lower than for the function: Conventional
Cooking.
True Fan + Bottom
To bake food on one shelf position for a more intensive browning and a crispy bottom. Set the
temperature 20 - 40 °C lower than for the function: Conventional Cooking.
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Application
Conventional Cooking
(Top / Bottom Heat)
To bake and roast food on one shelf position.
Bottom + Grill + Fan
To make convenience food (e.g. french fries, potato wedges or spring rolls) crispy.
Grill
To grill flat food and to toast bread.
Grill + Fan
To roast larger meat joints or poultry with bones
on one shelf position. To make gratins and to
brown.
Bottom Heat
To bake cakes with crispy bottom and to preserve
food.
Heating functions: Microwave
Do not preheat the oven when you use microwave functions.
Microwave function creates the heat directly in the food.
Heating function
Application
Microwave
Microwave heating at medium-low power (100 600 W). To heat pre-prepared meals. To cook
vegetables and fish.
Microwave Max
Microwave heating at high power (700 - 1000 W).
Creates the heat directly in the food. To heat
drinks and soups.
True Fan Cooking + MW Function with MW boost.
To bake on one shelf position.
Conventional Cooking + Function with MW boost.
MW
To bake and roast food on one shelf position.
Grill + MW
Function with MW boost.
To grill flat food and to toast bread.
Grill + Fan + MW
Function with MW boost.
To roast larger meat joints or poultry with bones
on one shelf position. To make gratins and to
brown.
Defrost
Function with MW boost. To defrost meat, fruits
and vegetables.
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6.2 Menu - overview
Menu
170°C
Options
Menu
Menu item
Application
Assisted Cooking
Contains a list of automatic programmes.
Basic Settings
Used to set the appliance configuration.
Submenu for: Basic Settings
Submenu
Description
Child Lock
When the Child Lock is on, the oven cannot be activated accidentally. You can activate and deactivate this
function via Basic Setting Menu. Once activated, Child
Lock appears on the display when you turn on the oven.
To enable the oven use, choose the code letters with
the rotary knob in the following order: A B C.
Fast Heat Up
Decreases heat up time as a default. Note that it is
available only for some of the heating functions.
Heat + Hold
Keeps the prepared food warm for 30 minutes after a
cooking is finished. To turn it off earlier press the rotary
knob. When this function is active the message "Keep
warm started" appears on the display. Note that it is
available only for some of the heating functions and if
Duration is set.
Time Extension
To extend predefined cooking time. Note that it is
available only for some of the heating functions.
Setup
To set the oven configuration.
Service
Shows the software version and configuration.
Submenu for: Setup
Submenu
Description
Language
Sets the language for the display.
Time of Day
Sets the current time and date.
Key Tones
Activates and deactivates the tone of the touch fields. It
is not possible to deactivate the tone of the ON / OFF
and STOP.
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Submenu
Description
Alarm/Error Tones
Activates and deactivates the alarm tones.
Buzzer Volume
Adjusts the volume of press-tones and signals by degrees.
Display Brightness
Adjusts the display brightness by degrees.
Submenu for: Service
Submenu
Description
DEMO
Activation / deactivation code: 2468
Show Licenses
Information about licenses.
Show Software Version
Information about software version.
Factory Settings
Reset to factory settings.
Submenu for: Assisted
Cooking
Every dish in this submenu has a
proposed function, microwave power
and temperature. You can change those
settings manually.
For some of the dishes You can also
choose way of cooking:
• Weight Automatic
The level to which a dish is cooked:
• Rare or Less
• Medium
• Well Done or More
Meat
Veal
Tenderloin
Roast
Knuckle
Lamb
Roast
Saddle
Leg
Game
Venison
Haunch
Food Category:Meat and Fish
Hare
Meat
Beef
Saddle
Leg
Sirloin
Roast
Poultry
Meat Loaf
Pork
Tenderloin
Chicken
Fresh
Legs
Roast
Knuckle
Ribs
Whole
Half
Smoked
Ham
Saddle
Wings
Duck
Goose
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Poultry
Dish
Whole
Turkey
Fresh
Breast
Ciabatta
White Bread
Fish
Whole Fish
Dark Bread
Small
Rye Bread
Medium
All Grain
Bread
Large
Bread
Fish Bakes
Unleavened
Bread
Fish Fingers
Bread
Crown
Food Category: Side / Oven Dishes
Dish
Yeast Plait
Side Dishes
French Fries
Frozen
Croquettes
Oven Dishes
Pre-baked
Hash Browns
Fresh
Lasagne
Pasta Bake
Vegetables au Gratin
Food Category: Savoury Baking
Dish
Fresh
Thin
Thick
Frozen
Thin
Thick
Snacks
Chilled
Quiche
Thin
Thick
Baguette
Bread
Wedges
Potato Gratin
Pizza
Baguette
Rolls
Frozen
Pre-baked
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Food Category: Desserts / Baking
Dish
Dish
Cake in Tin
Almond
Cake
Cake on
Tray
Froz. Apple
Strudel
Apple Pie
Brownies
Brioche
Cheese
Cake
Cheese
Cake
Christmas
Stollen
Apple Cake,
covered
Crumble
Cake
Short Pastry
Base
Fruit Flan
Short Pastry
Sponge Flan
Base
Sponge
Dough
Madeira
Cake
Yeast Dough
Sponge
Cake
Ring Cake
Sponge
Cake
Sugar Cake
Tarts
Swiss Tarte,
sweet
Swiss Roll
Yeast Cake
Small Pastry
Cakes, small
Cream Puffs
Eclairs
Macaroons
Muffins
Pastry
Stripes
Puff Pastry
Short Pastry
Biscuits
Casserole,
sweet
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6.3 Options
Menu
170°C
Options
Options
Description
Timer Settings
Contains a list of clock functions.
Fast Heat Up
To decrease heat up time in the currently
running heating function.
On / Off
Set + Go
To set a function and turn it on later. Once
set, the message "Set&Go active" appears
on the display. Press Start to turn it on.
When this function is active the message
disappears from the display and the oven
starts to work. Note that it is available only
for some of the heating functions and if Duration / End Time is set.
Light
On / Off
6.4 Residual heat
When you turn off the oven, the display
shows the residual heat. You can use the
heat to keep the food warm.
7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS
7.1 Timer Settings
Clock function
Application
Up Timer
Automatically monitors how long the function operates. The visibility of the Up Timer
can be turned on and off.
Duration
To set the length of an operation.1)
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Application
End Time
To set the switch-off time for a heating function. This option is available only when the
Duration is set. Use the functions Duration
and End Time at the same time to automatically turns on and off the oven on a given
time later. 1)
This function is not available when the Microwave function operates.
Reminder
To set a countdown.1)
This function has no effect on the operation
of the oven.
Choose
and set the time. When the time
ends the signal sounds. Press the rotary knob
to stop the signal.
When the oven is turned off press the rotary
knob to turn on this function.
1) Maximum 23 h 59 min
8. USING THE ACCESSORIES
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
Baking tray/ Deep pan:
Push the baking tray / deep pan between
the guide bars of the shelf support.
8.1 Inserting the accessories
Use only suitable cookware and material.
WARNING!
Refer to "Hints and tips"
chapter, Microwave suitable
cookware and materials.
Wire shelf:
Push the shelf between the guide bars of
the shelf support and make sure that the
feet point down.
Wire shelf and baking tray / deep pan
together:
Push the baking tray / deep pan between
the guide bars of the shelf support and
the wire shelf on the guide bars above.
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Small indentation at the top
increase safety. The
indentations are also anti-tip
devices. The high rim
around the shelf prevents
cookware from slipping of
the shelf.
9. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
9.1 Automatic Switch-off
For safety reasons the oven turns off
automatically after some time if a heating
function works and you do not change
any settings.
Temperature (°C)
Switch-off time (h)
30 - 115
12.5
120 - 195
8.5
200 - 230
5.5
The Automatic switch-off
does not work with the
functions: Light, Duration,
End Time.
9.2 Cooling fan
When the oven operates, the cooling fan
turns on automatically to keep the
surfaces of the oven cool. If you turn off
the oven, the cooling fan can continues
to operate until the oven cools down.
10. HINTS AND TIPS
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
The temperature and baking
times in the tables are
guidelines only. They
depend on the recipes and
the quality and quantity of
the ingredients used.
10.1 Cooking
recommendations
Your oven may bake or roast differently
to the oven you had before. The below
tables provide you with the standard
settings for temperature, cooking time
and shelf position.
If you cannot find the settings for a
special recipe, look for the similar one.
Turn or stir the food halfway through the
defrosting and cooking time.
Cover the food for cooking and
reheating.
Put the spoon to the bottle or glass when
heating drinks to ensure better heat
distribution.
Put the food into the oven without any
packaging. The packaged ready meals
can be put into the oven only when the
packaging is microwave safe (check
information on the packaging).
Microwave cooking
Cook food covered. If you want to keep a
crust cook food without a cover.
Do not overcook the dishes by setting
the power and time too high. The food
can dry out, burn or cause fire.
10.2 Microwave
recommendations
Do not use the oven to cook eggs or
snails in their shells, because they can
burst. Pierce the yolk of fried egg before
reheating it.
Place the food on a plate on the bottom
of the cavity.
Pierce food with skin or peel with a fork
several times before cooking.
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Cut vegetables into similar-sized pieces.
Stir liquid dishes from time to time.
Stir the food before serving.
After you turn off the oven, take the food
out and let it stand for a few minutes.
Microwave defrosting
Put the frozen, unwrapped food on a
small upturned plate with a container
below it, or on a defrosting rack or
plastic sieve so that the defrosting liquid
can run off.
Remove defrosted pieces subsequently.
To cook fruit and vegetables without
defrosting them first, you can use a
higher microwave power.
10.3 Microwave suitable cookware and materials
For the microwave use only suitable cookware and materials. Use below table as a
reference.
Cookware / Material
Ovenproof glass and porcelain
with no metal components, e.g.
heat-proof glass
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Non-ovenproof glass and porcelain without any silver, gold, platinum or other metal decorations
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Glass and glass ceramic made of
ovenproof / frost-proof material
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Ceramic and earthenware without
any quartz or metal components
and glazes which contain metal
Ceramic, porcelain and earthenX
ware with unglazed bottom or with
small holes, e.g. on handles
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Heat-resistant plastic up to 200 °C
(please always check the plastic
container specification before use)
Cardboard, paper
X
X
Clingfilm
X
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X
Roasting film with microwave safe
closure (please always check the
film specification before use)
Roasting dishes made of metal,
e.g. enamel, cast iron
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Cookware / Material
Baking tins, black lacquer or silicon-coated (please always check
the baking tins specification before use)
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Baking tray
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Wire shelf
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Cookware for microwave use, e.g.
crisp pan
X
10.4 Advice for special heating
functions of the oven
Keep Warm
The function allows you to keep food
warm. The temperature is set
automatically to 80 °C.
Plate Warming
The function allows you to warm plates
and dishes before serving. The
temperature is set automatically to 70 °C.
Place plates and dishes in stacks evenly
on the wire shelf. Use the first shelf
position. After half of the warming time
switch their places.
Dough Proving
X
The function allows you to rise yeast
dough. Put the dough into a big dish and
cover it with a wet towel or plastic foil.
Set function: Dough Proving and the
cooking time.
10.5 Baking
• Use the lower temperature the first
time.
• You can extend baking times by 10 –
15 minutes if you bake cakes on more
than one shelf position.
• Cakes and pastries at different
heights do not always brown equally.
There is no need to change the
temperature setting if an unequal
browning occurs. The differences
equalize during baking.
• Trays in the oven can twist during
baking. When the trays become cold
again, the distortions disappear.
10.6 Tips on baking
Baking results
Possible cause
Remedy
The bottom of the cake
is not browned sufficiently.
The shelf position is incorrect.
Put the cake on a lower shelf.
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Baking results
Possible cause
Remedy
The cake sinks and becomes soggy, lumpy or
streaky.
The oven temperature is
too high.
The next time you bake, set a
slightly lower oven temperature.
The baking time is too
short.
Set a longer baking time. You
cannot decrease baking times by
setting higher temperatures.
There is too much liquid in
the mixture.
Use less liquid. Be careful with
mixing times, especially if you use
a mixing machine.
The oven temperature is
too low.
The next time you bake, set a
higher oven temperature.
The cake is too dry.
The baking time is too long. The next time you bake, set a
shorter baking time.
The cake browns unevenly.
The cake is not ready in
the baking time given.
The oven temperature is
too high and the baking
time is too short.
Set a lower oven temperature and
a longer baking time.
The mixture is unevenly distributed.
Spread the mixture evenly on the
baking tray.
The oven temperature is
too low.
The next time you bake, set a
slightly higher oven temperature.
10.7 Baking on one oven level
Baking in tins
Food
Function
Tempera- Time (min)
ture (°C)
Ring cake or brioche
True Fan Cook- 150 - 160
ing
50 - 70
1
Madeira cake / Fruit
cakes
True Fan Cook- 140 - 160
ing
70 - 90
1
Sponge cake / Sponge
cake
True Fan Cook- 140 - 150
ing
35 - 50
1
Sponge cake / Sponge
cake
Conventional
Cooking
35 - 50
2
Flan base - short pas-
True Fan Cook- 170 - 180
ing
10 - 25
1
try1)
Flan base - sponge mixture
True Fan Cook- 150 - 170
ing
20 - 25
1
160
Shelf position
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Food
Function
Tempera- Time (min)
ture (°C)
Shelf position
Apple pie / Apple pie (2
tins Ø 20 cm, diagonally
off set)
True Fan Cook- 160
ing
70 - 90
1
Apple pie / Apple pie (2
tins Ø 20 cm, diagonally
off set)
Conventional
Cooking
180
70 - 90
1
Cheesecake, tray2)
Conventional
Cooking
160 - 170
60 - 90
1
1) Preheat the oven.
2) Use a deep pan.
Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
Food
Function
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Plaited bread / bread
crown
Conventional
Cooking
170 - 190
30 - 40
2
Christmas stollen1)
Conventional
Cooking
160 - 180
50 - 70
2
Bread (rye bread)1)
Conventional
Cooking
2
first
230
20
then
160 - 180
30 - 60
Cream puffs / Eclairs1)
Conventional
Cooking
190 - 210
20 - 35
2
Swiss Roll1)
Conventional
Cooking
180 - 200
10 - 20
2
Cake with crumble topping (dry)
True Fan Cook- 150 - 160
ing
20 - 40
1
Buttered almond cake /
Conventional
Cooking
190 - 210
20 - 30
2
sugar cakes1)
Fruit flans (made with
yeast dough / sponge
True Fan Cook- 150 - 160
ing
35 - 55
1
Conventional
Cooking
35 - 55
1
mixture)2)
Fruit flans (made with
yeast dough / sponge
mixture)2)
170
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Food
Function
Fruit flans made with
short pastry
Yeast cakes with delicate toppings (e.g.
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
True Fan Cook- 160 - 170
ing
40 - 80
1
Conventional
Cooking
160 - 180
40 - 80
2
Food
Function
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Short pastry biscuits
True Fan Cook- 150 - 160
ing
10 - 20
1
Short bread / Short
bread / Pastry Stripes
True Fan Cook- 140
ing
20 - 35
1
Short bread / Short
Conventional
Cooking
20 - 30
2
bread / Pastry Stripes1)
Biscuits made with
sponge mixture
True Fan Cook- 150 - 160
ing
15 - 20
1
Pastries made with egg
white, meringues
True Fan Cook- 80 - 100
ing
120 - 150
1
Macaroons
True Fan Cook- 100 - 120
ing
30 - 50
1
Biscuits made with yeast True Fan Cook- 150 - 160
dough
ing
20 - 40
1
Puff pastries1)
True Fan Cook- 170 - 180
ing
20 - 30
1
Rolls1)
Conventional
Cooking
10 - 25
2
Small cakes / Small
True Fan Cook- 160
ing
20 - 35
3
Conventional
Cooking
20 - 35
2
quark, cream, custard)1)
1) Preheat the oven.
2) Use a deep pan.
Biscuits
cakes1)
Small cakes / Small
cakes1)
1) Preheat the oven.
160
190 - 210
170
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Food
Function
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Pasta bake
Conventional
Cooking
180 - 200
45 - 60
1
Lasagne
Conventional
Cooking
180 - 200
25 - 40
1
Vegetables au
Grill + Fan
210 - 230
10 - 20
1
Baguettes with
melted cheese
True Fan Cooking
160 - 170
15 - 30
1
Milk rice
Conventional
Cooking
180 - 200
40 - 60
1
Fish bakes
Conventional
Cooking
180 - 200
30 - 60
1
Stuffed vegetables
True Fan Cooking
160 - 170
30 - 60
1
gratin1)
1) Preheat the oven.
10.9 Multilevel baking
Use the function: True Fan Cooking.
Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Cream puffs / Eclairs1)
160 - 180
25 - 45
1/3
Dry streusel cake
150 - 160
30 - 45
1/3
1) Preheat the oven.
Biscuits / small cakes / pastries / rolls
Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Short pastry biscuits
150 - 160
20 - 40
1/3
Short bread / Short
bread / Pastry Stripes
140
25 - 45
1/3
Biscuits made with
sponge mixture
160 - 170
25 - 40
1/3
130 - 170
1/3
Pastries made with egg 80 - 100
white, meringues
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Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Macaroons
100 - 120
40 - 80
1/3
Biscuits made with
yeast dough
160 - 170
30 - 60
1/3
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cook at 80 °C. Do not use this function
for poultry.
Use this function to prepare lean, tender
pieces of meat and fish. This function is
not applicable to such recipes as pot
roast or fatty roast pork.
Always cook without a lid
when you use this function.
1. Sear the meat in a pan on the hob on
a very high setting for 1 - 2 minutes
on each side.
2. Put the meat together with the hot
roasting pan on the wire shelf in the
oven.
3. Select the function: Slow Cooking.
WARNING!
Refer to “Hints and tips”
chapter.
In the first 10 minutes you can set an
oven temperature between 80 °C and
150 °C. The default is 90 °C. After the
temperature is set, the oven continues to
Food
Quantity (kg)
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Roast beef
1 - 1.5
150
120 - 150
1
Fillet of beef
1 - 1.5
150
90 - 110
1
Roast veal
1 - 1.5
150
120 - 150
1
Steak
0.2 - 0.3
120
20 - 40
1
10.11 True Fan + Bottom
Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Pizza (thin crust)1)
200 - 230
15 - 20
3
Pizza (with a lot of top-
180 - 200
20 - 30
3
Tarts
180 - 200
40 - 55
3
Spinach flan
160 - 180
45 - 60
3
Quiche Lorraine (Savoury 170 - 190
flan)
45 - 55
3
Swiss Flan
170 - 190
45 - 55
3
Cheesecake
140 - 160
60 - 90
3
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Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Apple cake, covered
150 - 170
50 - 60
3
Vegetable pie
160 - 180
50 - 60
3
Unleavened bread1)
230
10 - 20
3
Puff pastry flan1)
160 - 180
45 - 55
3
Flammekuchen1)
230
12 - 20
3
Piroggen (Russian ver-
180 - 200
15 - 25
3
sion of calzone)1)
1) Preheat the oven.
2) Use a deep pan.
10.12 Roasting
Use heat-resistant ovenware.
Roast large roasting joints directly in the
tray or on the wire shelf placed above
the tray.
Put some water in the tray to prevent the
meat juices or fat from burning.
To keep meat more succulent:
• roast lean meat in the roasting tin with
the lid or use roasting bag.
• roast meat and fish in large pieces (1
kg or more).
• baste large roasts and poultry with
their juices several times during
roasting.
Meat with crackling can be roasted in the
roasting tin without the lid.
Turn the roast after 1/2 - 2/3 of the
cooking time.
10.13 Roasting tables
Beef
Food
Function
Quantity
Tempera- Time (min)
ture (°C)
Shelf position
Pot roast
Conventional
Cooking
1 - 1.5 kg
230
120 - 150
1
Roast beef
or fillet:
Grill + Fan
per cm of
thickness
190 - 200
5 - 6 per cm of
thickness
1
Roast beef
Grill + Fan
or fillet: medium
per cm of
thickness
180 - 190
6 - 8 per cm of
thickness
1
Roast beef
Grill + Fan
or fillet: well
done
per cm of
thickness
170 - 180
8 - 10 per cm of 1
thickness
rare1)
1) Preheat the oven.
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Pork
Food
Function
Quantity
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Shoulder,
neck, ham
joint
Grill + Fan 1 - 1.5 kg
90 - 120
1
Chop, spare
rib
Grill + Fan 1 - 1.5 kg
Meat loaf
Grill + Fan 750 g - 1 kg
160 - 170
50 - 60
1
Pork knuckle
(precooked)
Grill + Fan 750 g - 1 kg
150 - 170
90 - 120
1
Food
Function
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Roast veal
Grill + Fan 1 kg
160 - 180
120 - 150
1
Knuckle of
veal
Grill + Fan 1.5 - 2 kg
160 - 180
120 - 150
1
1
Veal
Quantity
Lamb
Food
Function
Quantity
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Leg of lamb,
roast lamb
Grill +
Fan
1 - 1.5 kg
150 - 180
100 - 120
1
Saddle of
lamb
Grill +
Fan
1 - 1.5 kg
160 - 180
40 - 60
1
Function
Quantity
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Game
Food
Saddle of
hare, leg of
hare
up to 1 kg
1
Saddle of ven- Convenison
tional
Cooking
1.5 - 2 kg
1
Haunch of
venison
1.5 - 2 kg
1)
Conventional
Cooking
1) Preheat the oven.
180 - 200
60 - 90
1
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Poultry
Food
Function
Quantity
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Chicken,
Grill +
spring chicken Fan
200 - 250 g
each
200 - 220
30 - 50
1
Chicken half
400 - 500 g
each
190 - 210
Poultry pieces Grill +
Fan
1 - 1.5 kg
190 - 210
50 - 70
1
Duck
Grill +
Fan
1.5 - 2 kg
180 - 200
80 - 100
1
Function
Quantity
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Grill +
Fan
1
Fish (steamed)
Food
Whole fish
1 - 1.5 kg
1
10.14 Grill
• Always grill with the maximum
temperature setting.
• Set the shelf into the shelf position as
recommended in the grilling table.
• Always set the pan to collect the fat
into the first shelf position.
• Grill only flat pieces of meat or fish.
• Always preheat the empty oven with
the grill functions for 5 minutes.
CAUTION!
Always grill with the oven
door closed.
Grill
Food
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
1st side
2nd side
Roast beef, medium
210 - 230
30 - 40
30 - 40
1
Filet of beef,
medium
230
20 - 30
20 - 30
1
Back of pork
210 - 230
30 - 40
30 - 40
1
Back of veal
210 - 230
30 - 40
30 - 40
1
Back of lamb
210 - 230
25 - 35
20 - 35
1
Whole Fish, 500
- 1000 g
210 - 230
15 - 30
15 - 30
1
10.15 Frozen foods
• Remove the food packaging. Put the
food on a plate.
Shelf position
• Do not cover it with a bowl or a plate.
This can extend the defrost time.
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Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Pizza, frozen
200 - 220
15 - 25
3
Pizza American, frozen
190 - 210
20 - 25
3
Pizza, chilled
210 - 230
13 - 25
3
Pizza Snacks, frozen
180 - 200
15 - 30
3
French Fries, thin1)
210 - 230
20 - 30
3
French Fries, thick1)
210 - 230
25 - 35
3
Wedges / Cro-
210 - 230
20 - 35
3
Hash Browns
210 - 230
20 - 30
3
Lasagne / Cannelloni,
fresh
170 - 190
35 - 45
2
Lasagne / Cannelloni,
frozen
160 - 180
40 - 60
2
Chicken Wings
190 - 210
20 - 30
3
quettes1)
1) Turn 2 or 3 times during roasting.
Frozen Ready Meals Table
Food
Function
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Frozen pizza1)
Conventional
Cooking
as per man- as per manufacufacturer's turer's instrucinstructions tions
2
Chips2) (300 600 g)
Conventional
Cooking or Grill +
Fan
200 - 220
as per manufacturer's instructions
2
Baguettes3)
Conventional
Cooking
as per man- as per manufacufacturer's turer's instrucinstructions tions
2
Fruit cake
Conventional
Cooking
as per man- as per manufacufacturer's turer's instrucinstructions tions
2
1) Preheat the oven.
2) Turn 2 or 3 times during cooking.
3) Preheat the oven.
10.16 Preserving
Use only preserve jars of the same
dimensions available on the market.
Do not use jars with twist-off and
bayonet type lids or metal tins.
Use the first shelf from the bottom for
this function.
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Put no more than six one-litre preserve
jars on the baking tray.
Fill the jars equally and close with a
clamp.
The jars cannot touch each other.
When the liquid in the jars starts to
simmer (after approximately 35 - 60
minutes with one-litre jars), stop the oven
or decrease the temperature to 100 °C
(see the table).
Put approximately 1/2 litre of water into
the baking tray to give sufficient moisture
in the oven.
Soft fruit
Food
Temperature (°C)
Strawberries / Blue- 160 - 170
berries / Raspberries / Ripe gooseberries
Cooking time until
simmering (min)
Continue to cook at
100 °C (min)
35 - 45
-
Stone fruit
Food
Temperature (°C)
Cooking time until
simmering (min)
Continue to cook at
100 °C (min)
Pears / Quinces /
Plums
160 - 170
35 - 45
10 - 15
Food
Temperature (°C)
Cooking time until
simmering (min)
Continue to cook at
100 °C (min)
Carrots1)
160 - 170
50 - 60
5 - 10
Cucumbers
160 - 170
50 - 60
-
Mixed pickles
160 - 170
50 - 60
5 - 10
Kohlrabi / Peas / Asparagus
160 - 170
50 - 60
15 - 20
Vegetables
1) Leave standing in the oven after it is deactivated.
10.17 Drying
Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (h)
Shelf position
Beans
60 - 70
6-8
3
Peppers
60 - 70
5-6
3
Vegetables for soup
60 - 70
5-6
3
Mushrooms
50 - 60
6-8
3
Herbs
40 - 50
2-3
3
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Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (h)
Shelf position
Plums
60 - 70
8 - 10
3
Apricots
60 - 70
8 - 10
3
Apple slices
60 - 70
6-8
3
Pears
60 - 70
6-9
3
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10.18 Bread Baking
Preheating is not recommended.
Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
White Bread
180 - 200
40 - 60
2
Baguette
200 - 220
35 - 45
2
Brioche
160 - 180
40 - 60
2
Ciabatta
200 - 220
35 - 45
2
Rye Bread
180 - 200
50 - 70
2
Dark Bread
180 - 200
50 - 70
2
All Grain bread
170 - 190
60 - 90
2
10.19 Microwave cooking
For Defrost function we recommend to
use 30°C.
Tips for the Microwave
Cooking/Defrosting Possible cause
results
Remedy
The food is too dry.
Next time select a lower power and a
longer time.
The power was too high.
The time was too long.
The food is still not
The time was too short.
defrosted, hot or
cooked after the end
of cooking time.
Set a longer time. Do not increase
the microwave power.
The food is overheated at the edges but
is still not ready in
the middle.
Next time select a lower power and a
longer time.
The power was too high.
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Defrosting meat
Food
Power (Watts)
Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Steak (0.2 kg)
100
5-7
5 - 10
Minced meat (0.5 kg)
100
10 - 15
5 - 10
Defrosting poultry
Food
Power (Watts) Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Chicken (1 kg)
100
25 - 30
10 - 20
Chicken breast (0.15 kg)
100
3-5
10 - 15
Chicken legs (0.15 kg)
100
3-5
10 - 15
Food
Power (Watts)
Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Whole Fish (0.5 kg)
100
10 - 15
5 - 10
Fish fillets (0.5 kg)
100
12 - 15
5 - 10
Food
Power (Watts)
Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Butter (0.25 kg)
100
3-4
5 - 10
Grated cheese (0.2 kg)
100
2-3
10 - 15
Defrosting fish
Defrosting dairy products
Defrosting cakes / pastries
Food
Power (Watts) Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Yeast cake (1 piece)
200
2-3
15 - 20
Cheesecake (1 piece)
100
2-4
15 - 20
Dry cake (e.g. Pound cake) (1 200
piece)
2-4
15 - 20
Bread (1 kg)
200
15 - 20
5 - 10
Sliced bread (0,2 kg)
200
3-5
5 - 10
Bread rolls (4 pieces)
200
2-4
2-5
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Defrosting fruit
Food
Power (Watts)
Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Fruit (0.25 kg)
100
5 - 10
10 - 15
Food
Power (Watts)
Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Baby food in jars (0.2 kg)
300
1-2
-
Baby milk (180 ml); Put
spoon into the bottle
600
0:20 - 0:40
-
Convenience food (0.5 kg)
600
6-9
2-5
Frozen ready meals (0.5 kg)
400
10 - 15
2-5
Milk (200 ml)
1000
1 - 1:30
-
Water (200 ml)
1000
1:30 - 2
-
Sauce (200 ml)
600
1-3
-
Soup (300 ml)
600
3-5
-
Reheating
Melting
Food
Power (Watts) Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Chocolate / Chocolate coating (0.15 kg)
300
2-4
-
Butter (0.1 kg)
400
0:30-1:30
-
Food
Power (Watts)
Time (min)
Standing time
(min)
Whole fish (0.5 kg)
500
8 - 10
2-5
Fish fillets (0.5 kg)
400
4-7
2-5
Vegetables, fresh (0.5 kg +
50 ml of water)
600
5 - 15
-
Vegetables, frozen (0.5 kg +
50 ml of water)
600
10 - 20
-
Jacked potatoes (0.5 kg)
600
7 - 10
-
Rice (0.2 kg + 400 ml of water)
600
15 - 18
-
Popcorn
1000
1:30 - 3
-
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Microwave Combi function
Use this function to cook food in a
shorter time and to brown it.
Food
Function
Power
(Watt
s)
Temperature
(°C)
Time
(min)
Shelf
position
Standing
time (min)
Potato Gratin
(1.1 kg)
True Fan Cooking +
MW
400
180
40
1
2-5
Cake (0.7 kg)
Conventional Cooking
+ MW
100
190
25
2
5
Roast pork
(1.5 kg)
True Fan Cooking +
MW
200
180
90
1
2-5
Lasagne
Conventional Cooking
+ MW
200-3
00
180
35
1
2-5
400
230
40
1
2-5
Chicken (1 kg) Grill + Fan + MW
10.20 Examples of cooking
applications for power settings
The data in the table is for guidance
only.
Power setting
Use
•
•
•
•
Heating liquids
Searing at the start of the cooking process
Cooking vegetables
1000 Watt
900 Watt
800 Watt
700 Watt
• 600 Watt
• 500 Watt
Defrosting and heating frozen meals
Heating one-plate meals
Simmering stews
Cooking egg dishes
• 400 Watt
• 300 Watt
Continuing to cook meals
Cooking delicate food
Heating baby food
Simmering rice
Heating delicate food
Melting cheese, chocolate, butter
• 200 Watt
• 100 Watt
Defrosting meat, fish
Defrosting cheese, cream, butter
Defrosting fruit and cakes
Defrosting bread
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10.21 Information for test
institutes
Microwave function
Tests according to IEC 60705.
Food
Power
(Watts)
Quantity (kg)
Shelf position
Time (min)
Comments
1)
Sponge cake 600
0.475
Bottom
7-9
Turn container around
by 1/4, halfway through
the cooking time.
Meatloaf
400
0.9
2
25 - 32
Turn container around
by 1/4, halfway through
the cooking time.
Egg custard
500
1
Bottom
18
-
Meat defrosting
200
0.5
Bottom
8 - 12
Turn the meat upside
down halfway through
the cooking time.
1) Use wire shelf unless otherwise specified.
Microwave Combi function
Tests according to IEC 60705.
Food
Function
Power Tempera(Watts) ture (°C)
Shelf
position
Time (min) Comments
1)
Cake (0.7
kg)
Convention- 100
al Cooking +
MW
200
2
23 - 27
Turn container
around by 1/4,
halfway through
the cooking time.
Potato
True Fan
gratin (1.1 Cooking +
kg)
MW
300
180
2
38 - 42
Turn container
around by 1/4,
halfway through
the cooking time.
Chicken
(1.1 kg)
400
230
1
35 - 40
Put the meat in
round glass container and turn it
upside down halfway through the
cooking time.
Grill + Fan +
MW
1) Use wire shelf unless otherwise specified.
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11. CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
1
3
2
11.1 Notes on cleaning
Clean the front of the oven with a soft
cloth with warm water and a mild
cleaning agent.
To clean metal surfaces, use a dedicated
cleaning agent.
Clean the oven interior after each use.
Fat accumulation or other food remains
may result in a fire. The risk is higher for
the grill pan.
Clean the cavity roof carefully from food
residuals and fat.
Clean all accessories after each use and
let them dry. Use a soft cloth with warm
water and a cleaning agent. Do not clean
the accessories in the dishwasher.
Clean stubborn dirt with a special oven
cleaner.
If you have nonstick accessories, do not
clean them using aggressive agents,
sharp-edged objects or a dishwasher. It
can cause damage to the nonstick
coating.
Clean the moisture from the cavity after
each use.
11.2 Removing the shelf
supports
Before maintenance, make sure that the
oven is cool. There is a risk of burns.
To clean the oven, remove the shelf
supports.
1. Pull carefully the supports up and out
of the front catch.
12. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
2. Pull the front end of the shelf support
away from the side wall.
3. Pull the supports out of the rear
catch.
Install the shelf supports in the opposite
sequence.
11.3 Replacing the lamp
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock.
The lamp can be hot.
1. Turn off the oven.
Wait until the oven is cooled down.
2. Disconnect the oven from the mains.
3. Put a cloth on the bottom of the
cavity.
CAUTION!
Always hold the halogen
lamp with a cloth to prevent
grease residue from burning
on the lamp.
The top lamp
1. Turn the lamp glass cover to remove
it.
2. Clean the glass cover.
3. Replace the lamp with a suitable 300
°C heat-resistant lamp.
4. Install the glass cover.
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12.1 What to do if...
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
You cannot activate or oper- The oven is not connected
Check if the oven is correctly
ate the oven.
to an electrical supply or it is connected to the electrical
connected incorrectly.
supply (refer to the connection diagram if available).
The oven does not heat up.
The oven is deactivated.
Activate the oven.
The oven does not heat up.
The clock is not set.
Set the clock.
The oven does not heat up.
The necessary settings are
not set.
Make sure that the settings
are correct.
The oven does not heat up.
The automatic switch-off is
activated.
Refer to "Automatic switchoff".
The oven does not heat up.
The door is not closed correctly.
Fully close the door.
The oven does not heat up.
The fuse is blown.
Make sure that the fuse is
the cause of the malfunction.
If the fuse is blown again
and again, contact a qualified electrician.
The lamp does not operate.
The lamp is defective.
Replace the lamp.
The display prompts to set
the Language.
There was a power cut longer than 3 days.
Refer to "Before first use"
chapter.
The display prompts to set
the Language.
The demo mode is activated.
Turn off demo mode in:
Menu / Basic Settings /
DEMO. Activation / deactivation code: 2468.
The display shows an error
code that is not in this table.
There is an electrical fault.
• Deactivate the oven with
the house fuse or the
safety switch in the fuse
box and activate it again.
• If the display shows the
error code again, contact
the Customer Care Department.
Steam and condensation
You left the dish in the oven
settle on the food and in the for too long.
cavity of the oven.
12.2 Service data
If you cannot find a solution to the
problem yourself, contact your dealer or
an Authorised Service Centre.
Do not leave the dishes in
the oven for longer than 15 20 minutes after the cooking
process ends.
The necessary data for the service centre
is on the rating plate. The rating plate is
on the front frame of the oven cavity. Do
not remove the rating plate from the
oven cavity.
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We recommend that you write the data here:
Model (MOD.)
.........................................
Product number (PNC)
.........................................
Serial number (S.N.)
.........................................
13. ENERGY EFFICIENCY
13.1 Energy saving
Keep breaks between baking as short as
possible when you prepare few dishes at
one time.
The oven contains features
which help you save energy
during everyday cooking.
General hints
Make sure that the oven door is closed
properly when the oven operates. Do not
open the door too often during cooking.
Keep the door gasket clean and make
sure it is well fixed in its position.
Use metal dishes to improve energy
saving, but only when you use a nonmicrowave function.
Cooking with fan
When possible, use the cooking
functions with fan to save energy.
Residual heat
If a programme with the Duration or End
Time selection is activated and the
cooking time is longer than 30 minutes,
the heating elements automatically
deactivate earlier in some oven
functions.
The fan and lamp continue to operate.
When possible, do not preheat the oven
before you put the food inside.
When the cooking duration is longer
than 30 minutes, reduce the oven
temperature to minimum 3 - 10 minutes
before the end of the cooking time,
depending on the duration of the
cooking. The residual heat inside the
oven will continue to cook.
Keep food warm
Choose the lowest possible temperature
setting to use residual heat and keep a
meal warm. The residual heat indicator
or temperature appears on the display.
Cooking with the lamp off
Turn off the lamp during cooking. Turn it
on only when you need it.
Use the residual heat to warm up other
dishes.
14. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
Recycle materials with the symbol .
Put the packaging in relevant containers
to recycle it. Help protect the
environment and human health by
recycling waste of electrical and
electronic appliances. Do not dispose of
*
appliances marked with the symbol
with the household waste. Return the
product to your local recycling facility or
contact your municipal office.
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