Indesit | MWI 3445 IX | Setup and user guide | Indesit MWI 3445 IX Setup and user guide

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DAILY REFERENCE
GUIDE
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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1. Control panel
2. Circular heating element
(non-visible)
3. Identification plate
(do not remove)
4. Door
5. Upper heating element/grill
6. Light
7. Turntable
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CONTROL PANEL
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1.SELECTION KNOB
For switching the oven on by
selecting a function.
Turn to the position to switch the
oven off.
3.STOP
For interrupting an active function
at any time. Press twice to stop
the function and put the oven on
stand-by.
2.BACK
For returning to the previous
settings menu.
4.DISPLAY
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6.CONFIRM
For confirming a function selection
or a set value.
7.ADJUSTMENT KNOB
For scrolling through the menus
and applying or changing settings.
5.START
For starting functions and
confirming settings. When the
oven is switched off, it activates
the microwave function.
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ACCESSORIES
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GLASS TURNTABLE
Placed on its support, the glass
turntable can be used with all
cooking methods.
The turntable must always
be used as a base for other
containers or accessories, with
the exception of the rectangular baking tray.
HIGH WIRE RACK
TURNTABLE SUPPORT
Only use the support for the
glass turntable. Do not rest other
accessories on the support.
LOW WIRE RACK
RECTANGULAR BAKING TRAY
Only use the baking plate
with functions that allow for
convection cooking; it must
never be used in combination
with microwaves. Insert the plate
horizontally, resting it on the rack
in the cooking compartment.
Please note: You do not need to remove the turntable and its
support when using the rectangular baking plate.
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This allows you to place food
closer to the grill, for perfectly
browning your dish. Place
thewire shelf on the turntable.
This allows a good hot air
circulation, to obtain an optimal
cooking of your dish.
Place the wire shelf on the
turntable.
COVER (IF PRESENT)
Useful for covering containers
during microwave cooking and
heating. The cover reduces
splashes, keeps foods moist and
can also be used to create two
cooking levels.
It is not suitable for use in convection cooking or with
any of the grill functions.
The number and type of accessories may vary according to which model is purchased.
Other accessories that are not supplied can be purchased separately from the After-sales Service.
There are a number of accessories available on
the market. Before you buy, ensure they are
suitable for microwave use and resistant to oven
temperatures.
Metallic containers for food or drink should never
be used during microwave cooking.
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Always ensure that foods and accessories do not
come into contact with the inside walls of the oven.
Always ensure that the turntable is able to turn
freely before starting the oven. Take care not to
unseat the turntable whilst inserting or removing
other accessories.
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FUNCTIONS
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MICROWAVE
For quickly cooking and reheating food or
drinks.
POWER
RECOMMENDED FOR
750 W
Quickly reheating drinks or other foods
with a high water content
Cooking vegetables
650 W
Cooking meat and fish
900 W
500 W
350 W
160 W
90 W
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Cooking meaty sauces, or sauces
containing cheese or egg. Finishing off
meat pies or pasta bakes
Slow, gently cooking. Perfect for melting
butter or chocolate
Defrosting frozen foods or softening
butter and cheese
Softening ice cream
GRILL
For browning, grilling and gratins. We
recommend turning the food during cooking.
For best results, preheat the grill for 3-5 minutes.
Recommended accessories: High wire rack
FORCED AIR + MICROWAVE
To prepare oven dishes in a short time.
Recommended accessories: Low wire rack
AUTO DEFROST *
For quickly defrosting various different types
of food simply by specifying their weight.
Food should be placed directly on the glass
turntable. Turn the food when prompted.
CATEGORY
FOOD
WEIGHT
MEAT
(mince, cutlets, steaks, roasting
joints)
100 g - 2 kg
POULTRY
(whole chicken, pieces, fillets)
100 g - 2.5 kg
FISH
(whole, steaks, fillets)
100 g - 1.5 kg
VEGETABLES
(mixed vegetables, peas, broccoli,
etc.)
100 g - 1.5 kg
BREAD
(loaves, buns, rolls)
100 g - 1 kg
GRILL + MW
For quickly cooking and gratinating dishes,
combining the microwave and grill functions.
Recommended accessories: High wire rack
TURBO GRILL
For perfect results, combining the grill and
convection functions. We recommend turning the
food during cooking.
Recommended accessories: High wire rack
TURBO GRILL + MW
For quickly cooking and browning your food,
combining the microwave, grill and convection
oven functions.
Recommended accessories: High wire rack
FORCED AIR
For cooking dishes in a way that achieves
similar results to using a conventional oven. The
baking plate or other cookware that is suitable for
oven use can be used to cook certain foods.
Recommended accessories: Low wire rack / Rectangular
baking tray
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AUTO - REHEAT / COOK *
For reheating ready-made food that is either
frozen or at room temperature and cooking foods
quickly, achieving optimal results.
The oven automatically calculates the settings
required to achieve the best results in the shortest
amount of time. Place food on a microwave-safe
and heatproof dinner plate or dish.
CATEGORY
FOOD
AUTO FORCED AIR + MW *
For oven-cooking foods quickly and achieving
optimal results. Use cookware that is suitable for
oven cooking and resistant to microwaves.
CATEGORY
FOOD
WEIGHT
ROAST CHICKEN
800 g - 1.5 kg
COOKIES
300 g
WHOLE FISH
600 g - 1.2 kg
POTATOES GRATIN
800 g - 2 kg
ROASTBEEF
800 g - 1.5 kg
WEIGHT
DINNER PLATE
250 - 500 g
FROZEN PORTION
250 - 500 g
FROZEN LASAGNA
250 - 500 g
SOUPS
200 - 800 g
BEVERAGES
100 - 500 g
BAKED POTATOES
(Turn when prompted)
200 g - 1 kg
FRESH VEGETABLES
(Cut into pieces of equal size and
add 2 to 4 tablespoons of water.
Cover)
200 - 800 g
FROZEN VEGETABLES
(Turn when prompted. Cover)
200 - 800 g
CANNED VEGETABLES
200 - 600 g
POPCORN
100 g
* With the automatic functions, simply select the type
and weight or the quantity of the food items to obtain
the best results. The oven will automatically calculate the
optimum settings and continue to change them as cooking
progresses. Turn or stir the food when prompted.
FIRST TIME USE
. SET THE TIME
You will need to set the time when you switch on
the appliance for the first time: The two digits for the
hour will flash on the display.
Turn the adjustment knob to set the correct hour and
press to confirm. The two digits for the minutes will
start flashing. Turn the adjustment knob to set the
correct hour and press to confirm.
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Please note: to change the time at a later point, press and
hold
for at least 3 seconds while the oven is off and
repeat the steps above.
You may need to set the time again following lengthy power
outages.
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DAILY USE
1. SELECT A FUNCTION
When the oven is off, only the time is shown on the
display. Turn the selection knob to select one of the
available functions.
. AUTOMATIC FUNCTIONS / AUTO DEFROST
CATEGORIES
Once you have chosen one of the automatic
functions, you will need to select a category for the
food you are cooking.
2. SET THE FUNCTION
. MANUAL FUNCTIONS
After having selected the function you require, you
can change its settings.
The display will show the settings that can be
changed in sequence.
MICROWAVE POWER / TEMPERATURE
When the
icon flashes on the display, turn the
adjustment knob to select the digit that corresponds
to confirm.
to the desired category, then press
WEIGHT
To achieve the best results, the automatic functions
require you to enter the weight of the food, selecting
from amongst the default settings: the oven will
calculate the ideal length of time for the function to
run for each category of food.
When the
icon flashes on the display, turn the
adjustment knob to adjust the power setting and
to confirm and continue to alter the
then press
settings that follow (if possible).
icon flashes on the display,
In the same way the
turn the adjustment knob to adjust the temperature
to confirm and continue to
setting and then press
alter the settings that follow.
Please note: once the function has been activated, the power
can be changed by pressing
two times to access the
power settings menu, then turning the adjustment knob to
change the setting.
DURATION
When the default setting appears on the display and
icon flashes, turn the adjustment knob to
the
to confirm and start
enter the weight, then press
the function.
3. ACTIVATE THE FUNCTION
Once you have applied the settings you require, press
to activate the function.
Every time the
button is pressed again,
the cooking time will be increased by a further
30 seconds (only for manual functions).
Please note: You can press
twice at any time to stop the
function that is currently active.
When the
icon flashes on the display, turn the
adjustment knob to set the desired duration.
Once the displayed cooking time corresponds with
to confirm and start the
what you desire, press
function.
Please note: During cooking, you can adjust the cooking time
by turning the knob; each time you press
the cooking
time increases by 30 seconds.
. JET START
When the oven is switched off, it is possible to press
to activate cooking with the microwave function
set at full power (900 W) for 30 seconds.
. SAFETY LOCK
This function is automatically activated to prevent the
oven from being switched on accidentally.
Open and close the door, then press
function.
to start the
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4. PAUSE
For pausing an active function, for example to stir or
turn the food, simply open the door.
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To start it up again, close the door and press
It is also possible to temporarily pause cooking by
. To resume the cooking process, close
pressing
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the door and press
AUTOMATIC PAUSE
. TIMER
When the oven is switched off, the display can be
used as a timer. The timer does not activate any of the
cooking cycles.
To activate the function and set the cooking time you
require, turn the adjustment knob.
(STIR OR TURN THE FOOD)
Certain functions will pause to allow you to turn or
stir the food.
When the oven pauses the cooking and “Turn food”
or “Stir Food” appear on the display, open the door
to turn or stir the food, then close the door and press
to start cooking again.
Please note: after 2 minutes, even if the food has not been
turned or stirred, the function will start again automatically.
5. END OF COOKING
An audible signal will sound and “End” will appear
on the display to indicate that a cooking function is
complete.
For some functions, it is possible to delay cooking
while maintaining previously established settings:
turn the adjustment knob to set a new cooking time,
.
then press
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Press
to activate the timer. An audible signal will
sound and the display will indicate once the timer has
finished counting down the selected time. To make a
change to the timer once it has been activated, turn
to confirm.
the adjustment knob, then press
To interrupt it or return to the current time display,
turn the adjustment knob until 0:00 is on the display
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and press
Please note: Once the timer has been activated, you can
activate a function as well: The timer will continue to count
down the selected time automatically without having any
effect on the function. To go back to viewing the timer,
wait for the function to finish or stop the oven function by
.
pressing
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COOKING TABLE
FOOD
FUNCTION
HEATING UP
GRILL LEVEL
POWER (W)
TIME (MIN)
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160 - 180
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30-60
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160 - 180
90
25-50
Filled pies
(cheesecake, strudel, apple tart)
Yes
160-190
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35-70
Cookies
Yes
170-180
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10-20
Meringues
Yes
100-120
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40-50
Rolls
Yes
210-220
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10-12
Bread Loaf
Yes
180-200
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30-35
Pizza / Pie
Yes
190-220
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20-40
Savoury pies
(vegetable pie, quiche Lorraine)
Yes
180-190
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40-55
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350-500
15-40
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170-180
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70-80*
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160-180
160
50-70*
Roastbeef - medium (1.3-1.5 kg)
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170-180
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40-60*
Roast Chicken / Rabbit / Duck
(whole 1-1.2 kg)
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210-220
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50-70*
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210-220
350
45-60*
Chicken / Rabbit / Duck
(fillets/pieces 0.4-1 kg)
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350-500
20-40*
Baked fish (whole)
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160-350
20-40
Fish fillets / slices
Yes
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15-30*
Stuffed vegetables
(tomatoes, courgette, aubergines...)
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500-650
25-50
Toast
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3-6
Sausages / Kebabs / Spare ribs /
Hamburgers
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20-40*
Baked potatoes
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350-500
20-40*
Baked fruit
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160-350
15-25
Vegetable gratin
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15-25
Leavened cakes
Lasagna / Baked pasta
Roast lamb / Veal /Roastbeef
(1.3-1.5 kg)
* Turn the food halfway through cooking.
ACCESSORIES
** Preheat the Crisp plate for 3-5 minutes.
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Forced air
Forced air + MW
Grill
Turbo Grill
Grill + MW
FUNCTIONS
ACCESSORIES
Heatproof plate/container
suitable for use in microwaves
High wire rack
Low wire rack
Rectangular baking tray
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CLEANING
Make sure that the appliance has cooled down
before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning.
Do not use steam cleaners.
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SURFACES
•Clean the surfaces with a damp microfibre cloth.
If they are very dirty, add a few drops of pH-neutral
detergent. Finish off with a dry cloth.
•Clean the glass in the door with a suitable liquid
detergent.
•At regular intervals, or in case of spills, remove the
turntable and its support to clean the bottom of the
oven, removing all food residue.
•The grill does not need to be cleaned as the intense
heat burns away any dirt. Use this function on a
regular basis.
Do not use wire wool, abrasive scourers or abrasive/
corrosive cleaning agents, as these could damage
the surfaces of the appliance.
ACCESSORIES
All accessories are dishwasher safe.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The oven is not working.
Power cut.
Disconnection from the
mains.
Check for the presence of mains electrical power
and whether the oven is connected to the
electricity supply. Turn off the oven and restart it to
see if the fault persists.
The oven makes noises, even
when it is switched off.
Cooling fan active.
Open the door or wait until the cooling process has
finished.
The display shows the letter “F”
followed by a number.
Software fault.
Contact you nearest Client After-sales Service
Centre and state the number following the letter “F”.
PRODUCT FICHE
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CONTACTING OUR AFTER-SALES SERVICE
You can find our
contact details in the
warranty manual. When
contacting our Client
After-sales Service,
please state the codes
provided on your
product's identification
plate.
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