Indesit SV70DCNAB Instruction for Use

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Operating Instructions
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Contents
Installation, 2-3
GB
English,1
Positioning
Electrical connection
Technical data
Description of the appliance, 4
Overall view
Control panel
Display
Oven structure, 5
Start-up and use, 6-12
SV70DCNAB
SV70DCNAX
SV70SCNAB
SV70SCNAX
Setting the clock
Setting the minute minder
ExtraLarge Space
Small Space
Main Space
Using the Small Space and Main Space at the same
time
Programming cooking
Practical cooking advice
Cooking advice table for the ExtraLarge Space
feature
Cooking advice table for the Small Space feature
Cooking advice table for the Main Space feature
Cooking advice table for using the Small Space and
Main Space at the same time
Precautions and tips, 13
General safety
Disposal
Respecting and conserving the environment
Care and maintenance, 14
Switching the appliance off
Cleaning the appliance
Cleaning the oven door
Replacing the light bulb
Assistance
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Installation
! Please keep this instruction booklet in a safe place
for future reference. If the appliance is sold, given
away or moved, please make sure the booklet is
also passed on to the new owners so that they may
benefit from the advice contained within it.
! Please read this manual carefully: it contains
important information concerning the safe operation,
installation and maintenance of the appliance.
Positioning
! Do not let children play with the packaging
material; it should be disposed of in accordance
with local separated waste collection standards (see
Precautions and tips).
Ventilation
To ensure adequate ventilation is provided, the back
panel of the cabinet must be
removed. It is advisable to
install the oven so that it rests
on two strips of wood, or on a
completely flat surface with an
opening of at least 45 x 560
mm (see figures).
.
560
mm
min. 20 mm
45 m
m.
! The appliance must be installed by a qualified
professional in accordance with the instructions
provided. Incorrect installation may damage
property or cause harm to people or animals.
Built-in appliance
Use a suitable cabinet to ensure that the appliance
functions properly.
• the panels adjacent to the oven must be made of
heat-resistant material;
• cabinets with a veneer exterior must be
assembled with glues which can withstand
temperatures of up to 100°C;
• to install the oven under the counter (see diagram)
or in a kitchen unit, the cabinet must have the
following dimensions:
. min
mm
m.
45 m
mm
.
FAN ASSISTED
MODE
min. 45 mm
Centring and fixing
Position the 4 tabs on the side of the oven so that
they are aligned with the 4 holes on the outer frame.
Adjust the tabs in accordance with the thickness of
the cabinet side panel, as shown below:
20 mm thick: take off the
removable part of the tab (see
diagram);
18 mm thick: use the first
groove, which has already
been set in the factory (see
diagram);
5 mm.
576 mm.
558
593 mm.
23 mm.
.
547
595 mm.
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595
mm
24
545
.
mm
.
mm
16 mm thick: use the second
groove (see diagram).
.
! The appliance must not come into contact with
electrical parts once it has been installed.
The indications for consumption given on the data
plate have been calculated for this type of
installation.
Secure the appliance to the cabinet by opening the
oven door and inserting 4 screws into the 4 holes on
the outer frame.
! All parts which ensure the safe operation of the
appliance must not be removable without the aid of
a tool.
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Before connecting the appliance to the power
supply, make sure that:
Electrical connection
! Ovens equipped with a three-pole power supply
cable are designed to operate with alternating
current at the voltage and frequency indicated on
the data plate located on the appliance (see below).
Fitting the power supply cable
L
N
1. Open the terminal
board by inserting a
screwdriver into the
side tabs of the cover.
Use the screwdriver as
a lever by pushing it
down to open the cover
(see diagram).
2. Install the power
supply cable by
loosening the cable
clamp screw and the
three wire contact
screws L-N.
Connect the wires to
the corresponding
terminals: the Blue wire
to the terminal marked
(N), the Brown wire to
the terminal marked (L)
and the Yellow/Green
wire to the terminal
marked
(see diagram).
3. Fix the cable in place by fastening the clamp
screw.
4. Close the cover of the terminal board.
Connecting the electricity supply cable to the
mains
Install a standardised plug corresponding to the
load indicated on the data plate (see table).
The appliance must be directly connected to the
mains using an omnipolar switch with a minimum
contact opening of 3 mm installed between the
appliance and the mains. The switch must be
suitable for the charge indicated and must comply
with current electrical regulations (the earthing wire
must not be interrupted by the switch). The supply
cable must be positioned so that it does not come
into contact with temperatures higher than 50°C at
any point.
! The installer must ensure that the correct electrical
connection has been performed and that it is fully
compliant with safety regulations.
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• the appliance is earthed and the plug is compliant
with the law;
• the socket can withstand the maximum power of
the appliance, which is indicated on the data
plate (see below);
• the voltage is in the range between the values
indicated on the data plate (see below);
• the socket is compatible with the plug of the
appliance. If the socket is incompatible with the
plug, ask an authorised technician to replace it.
Do not use extension cords or multiple sockets.
! Once the appliance has been installed, the power
supply cable and the electrical socket must be
easily accessible.
! The cable must not be bent or compressed.
! The cable must be checked regularly and replaced
by authorised technicians only.
! The manufacturer declines any liability should
these safety measures not be observed.
APPLIANCE SPECIFICATIONS
width 43.4 cm
Dimensions
height 39.5 cm
depth 40.8 cm
Volume
70 l
voltage: 220 - 240 V~ 50 Hz
Electrical
maximum power absorbed
connections
2600 W (see data plate)
Directive 2002/40/EC on the
label of electric ovens.
Standard EN 50304
ENERGY LABEL
Declared energy consumption
for Forced convection
Class – heating mode:
Conventional oven
This appliance conforms to the
following European Economic
Community directives:
2006/95/EEC dated 12/12/06
(Low Voltage) and subsequent
amendments – 2004/108/EEC
dated 15/12/04
(Electromagnetic
Compatibility) and subsequent
amendments - 93/68/EEC
dated 22/07/93 and
subsequent amendments.
2002/96/EEC and subsequent
amendments.
1275/2008 stand-by/off mode.
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Description of
the appliance
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Overall view
GUIDE RAILS
for the sliding racks
Control panel
position 7
position 6
Divider "D" position
position 5
position 4
position 3
position 2
position 1
DIVIDER shelf
RACK shelf
DRIPPING PAN shelf
Control panel
SMALL SPACE
FUNCTION
knob
DISPLAY
SET TIMER
button
EXTRALARGE
SPACE FUNCTION
knob
¡•OC
••: ••
MAIN SPACE
FUNCTION
knob
SELECT RECESS
button
SET
TEMPERATURE/TIMER
knob
Display
TEMPERATURE and
TIME numerical digits
RECESS
SELECTED
icon
¡•OC
••: ••
DURATION
icon
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TIMER icon
END OF COOKING
icon
Oven structure
The oven has a capacity of 70 litres and
offers users the option of cooking on 4 shelves at the
same time or cooking large quantities, which would not
necessarily be possible in a traditional oven.
Thanks to the ExtraLarge Space, ovenoffers 10 cooking
functions, 6 of which are universal (Creation) and
suitable for any type of cooking, while the remaining 4
are automatic (Success) programmes which can be
used to achieve perfect results for any recipe.
The oven also offers maximum comfort for all
requirements, with 4 different operating options: the
oven is one large compartment but can be divided into
separate spaces of various sizes, each with its own
independent temperature and duration controls.
This is made possible thanks to the heat-insulating
DIVIDER, which divides the whole ExtraLarge Space
into two different-sized spaces: the Main Space and
the Small Space.
The Main and Small Space compartments may be
used at the same time to cook different dishes more
quickly, or they may be used separately so that only
the space necessary is used.
When the two compartments are used at the same
time, the cooking temperature of each may be
adjusted to a value between 50° and 250°. There may
be a difference in temperature of 100° between the two
zones, which means it is possible to cook very
different dishes without any flavours or aromas
intermingling.
Main and Small Space: simultaneous operation
ExtraLarge Space: cooking on 4 shelf levels
RACK
EXTRALARGE
SPACE
RACK
RACK
DRIPPING PAN
Cooking using the Small Space only
SMALL
SPACE
RACK or DRIPPING PAN
Divider "D"
(fixed position)
MAIN
SPACE
The table below lists the possible temperature
values which may be set. The intelligent display will
SMALL
SPACE
MAIN
SPACE
RACK or DRIPPING PAN
Divider "D" (fixed position)
RACK (cooking on 3 shelves)
RACK (cooking on 3 shelves)
DRIPPING PAN
(cooking on 3 shelves)
Cooking using the Main Space only: cooking on 3 shelf levels
SMALL
SPACE
MAIN
SPACE
Divider "D" (fixed position)
RACK (cooking on 3 shelves)
RACK (cooking on 3 shelves)
DRIPPING PAN
(cooking on 3 shelves)
guide you through the correct procedure used to
adjust the temperature of the two cavities.
Temperature in the first cavity
(Main or Small Space)
Between 40°C and 150°C
Temperature in the second cavity
(Small or Main Space)
The temperature difference in relation to the first recess
selected is no greater than 50°C
For example: if you set one recess to 90°C,
you may set a value of between 40°C (90°C-50°C) and 140°C (90°C+50°C) for the other.
Between 155°C and 200°C
The temperature difference in relation to the first recess
selected is no greater than 70°C
For example: if you set one recess to 180°C,
you may set a value of between 110°C (180°C-70°C) and 250°C (180°C+70°C) for the other.
Between 205°C and 300°C
The temperature difference in relation to the first recess
selected is no greater than 100°C
For example: if you set one recess to 210°C,
you may set a value of between 110°C (210°C-100°C) and 300°C (maximum temperature setting) for the other.
To cancel any of the settings, simply turn the Small Space or Main Space function knob to the “0”
position.
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Start-up and use
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! The first time you use your appliance, heat the
empty oven with its door closed at its maximum
temperature for at least half an hour. Make sure that
the room is well ventilated before switching the oven
off and opening the oven door. The appliance may
emit a slightly unpleasant odour caused by
protective substances used during the
manufacturing process burning away.
! Never put objects directly on the bottom of the
oven; this will prevent the enamel coating from being
damaged.
! Always place cookware on the racks provided.
! During operation, we recommend the removal of
any crockery or delicate foodstuffs from the cavities
not being used.
! We recommend that you do not open the door
when cooking foodstuffs which require proving, so
as to not compromise cooking results.
! Once the cooking programme has begun, before
the DIVIDER is removed, the oven must be switched
off using the
button.
Cooling ventilation
In order to reduce the external temperature of the
oven, a cooling fan generates a stream of air which
escapes underneath the oven control panel.
! Once cooking has been completed, the cooling fan
activates and deactivates automatically until the
oven has cooled down sufficiently.
Setting the clock
! This may only be set while the oven is switched off.
1. Press the
button until the first numerical digit
,
and
flashes on the DISPLAY and the
icons are switched off.
2. Turn the SET TIME KNOB towards “+” and “-” to
adjust the hour value.
button again so that the other two
3. Press the
numerical digits on the DISPLAY begin to flash.
4. Turn the SET TIME KNOB towards “+” and “-” to
adjust the minute value.
5. Press the
button again to confirm.
Setting the minute minder
! It can only be set when the oven is switched off, and
only remains active while the oven is not in use. If any
of the oven functions are activated, all timer settings
will be lost. This function does not interrupt cooking
and does not affect the oven; it is simply used to
activate the buzzer when the set amount of time has
elapsed.
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1. Press the
button until the
icon and the three
digits on the DISPLAY begin to flash.
2. Turn the SET TIME KNOB towards “+” and “-” to
adjust the minute value.
3. Press the
button again to confirm.
The display will then show the time as it counts
down. When this period of time has elapsed the
buzzer will be activated.
3. Press the
button to stop.
ExtraLarge Space
Starting the oven
1. Select the desired cooking function by turning the
EXTRALARGE SPACE FUNCTION knob. If the
icon on the display is lit, this indicates that the
ExtraLarge Space has been selected and therefore
that only the settings corresponding to the
ExtraLarge Space may be used.
2. The oven will begin its preheating stage. The
temperature may be changed by turning the
TEMPERATURE knob The
during the preheating stage.
indicator light flashes
3. Once the preheating stage is completed, the
icon stops flashing (becomes fixed) and a buzzer
sounds. Food may now be placed in the oven.
4. During cooking it is always possible to:
- change the cooking function by turning the
EXTRALARGE SPACE FUNCTION knob;
- adjust the temperature using the TEMPERATURE
knob (for the Creation cooking functions only);
- set a duration (for Creation cooking functions only)
and the cooking end time;
- stop cooking by turning the EXTRALARGE SPACE
FUNCTION knob to the “0” position.
5. If a blackout occurs while the oven is already in
operation, an automatic system within the appliance
will reactivate the cooking function from the point at
which it was interrupted, as long as the temperature
has not dropped below a certain level. The clock
and programmed cooking modes which have not yet
started will not be restored and must be
reprogrammed.
! When using the oven in its ExtraLarge
configuration, it will not be possible to use the Main
and Small Space features: the SMALL SPACE and
MAIN SPACE FUNCTION knobs will be disabled.
Universal (Creation) cooking functions
! All functions have a default cooking temperature
which may be adjusted manually to a value between
40°C and 250°C as desired.
For the ROTISSERIE function, the default power level
value is indicated as a percentage (%) and may also
be adjusted manually.
MULTILEVEL function
All heating elements and the fan are activated. Since
the heat remains constant throughout the oven, the
air cooks and browns food in a uniform manner. A
maximum of four racks may be used at the same
time. If you are using several racks at the same
time, we recommend you place the dripping pan on
the lower rack. If you are cooking on 4 levels at the
same time, we recommend you place the shelves on
racks 3, 5 and 6 and the dripping pan on rack 1.
CONVENTIONAL function
When using this traditional cooking mode, it is best
to use one cooking rack only. Recommended for
slow cooking, or cooking with a bain-marie. When
using a bain-marie, the water should be poured
directly into the dripping pan.
ROTISSERIE function
The top heating element and the rotisserie spit will be
activated. The function is ideal for rotisserie spit cooking.
Always cook in this mode with the oven door closed.
LOW TEMPERATURE function
This type of cooking can be used for proving,
defrosting, preparing yoghurt, heating dishes at the
required speed and slow cooking at low
temperatures. The temperature options are: 40, 85
and 120°C.
Rotisserie (only available in certain models)
To operate the rotisserie function (see diagram) proceed as
follows:
1. Place the dripping
pan in position 1.
2. Place the rotisserie
support in position 3
and insert the spit in
the hole provided on
the back panel of the
oven.
3. Start the spit roast
function by selecting
the
functions.
Automatic (Success) cooking functions
! The temperature and cooking duration are pre-set
values, guaranteeing a perfect result every time automatically. These values are set using the
C.O.P.® (Programmed
Programmed Optimal Cooking
Cooking) system.
The cooking cycle stops automatically and the oven
indicates when the dish is cooked. The cooking
duration may be modified by a period of several
minutes, as specified in the description of the
individual functions below. To adjust the duration of
the cooking cycle press the set timer button once.
Adjust the preset time by rotating the set
temperature/time knob to the required time. Once
the desired duration of time is displayed press the
set time button once to activate the programme.
Once the automatic (Success) cooking function has
been selected, the text “IN” (indicating the start of
the function) and the cooking duration appear on the
display.
BREAD function
Use this function to make bread. Please see the
following chapter for further details.
To obtain the best results, we recommend that you
carefully observe the instructions below:
• follow the recipe;
• remember to pour 150 g (150 ml) of cold water
into the dripping pan, which should be placed
in position 7.
Place the food inside the oven while it is still cold. If
you wish to place the food in the oven after it has
been preheated, immediately following a hightemperature cooking programme, the text “OVEN
TOO HOT” will appear on the display until the
temperature of the oven has fallen to 40°. At this
point it will be possible to place the bread in the
oven.
Recipe for BREAD (maximum amount of dough):
Ingredients:
• 1.3 kg flour
• 700 g water
• 25 g salt
• 50 g fresh baker’s yeast or 4 sachets dried yeast
powder.
Method:
• Mix the flour and salt in a large bowl.
• Dilute the yeast in lukewarm water (approximately
35 degrees).
• Make a small well in the mound of flour.
• Pour in the water and yeast mixture.
• Knead the dough by stretching and folding it over
itself with the palm of your hand for 10 minutes, until
it has a uniform consistency and is not too sticky.
• Form the dough into a ball shape, place it in a
large bowl and cover it with transparent plastic
wrap to prevent the surface of the dough from
drying out. Place the bowl in the oven, set to 40°
using the PROVING manual function, and leave to
rise for approximately 30–45 minutes.
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Alternatively, leave at room temperature for
approximately 1 hour (until the dough has
doubled in volume).
Break up the dough, kneading gently, and divide
it to create several loaves.
Place them on a sheet of baking paper (cut to the
same size as the inside of the dripping pan) on
top of the rack (or on 2 or 3 racks if you wish to
cook the loaves on different shelves) and dust
them lightly with flour.
Make a few incisions in the top using a sharp blade.
Place the rack in the oven, on shelf level 2 if using
only one level, or place two racks on shelf levels 1
and 4 if using two levels, or place three racks on
shelf levels 1, 3 and 5 if using three levels.
Place the dripping pan on shelf level 7 and
pour in 150 g (1,5 dl) cold water.
Place the food inside the oven while it is still cold.
• Start the automatic (Success) function
BREAD.
• When the cooking process has finished, leave the
loaves to rest on the rack until they have
completely cooled.
PIZZA function
Use this function to make pizza. Please see the
following chapter for further details.
To obtain the best results, we recommend that you
carefully observe the instructions below:
• follow the recipe;
• the weight of the dough should be between 350 g
and 500 g;
• lightly grease the dripping pan and the baking trays.
Place the food inside the oven while it is still cold. If
you wish to place the food in the oven after it has
been preheated, immediately following a hightemperature cooking programme, the text “OVEN
TOO HOT” will appear on the display until the
temperature of the oven has fallen to 120°. At this
point it will be possible to place the pizza in the
oven. It will only be possible to adjust the duration
by -5/+12 minutes.
Recipe for PIZZA:
Makes 3 or 4 pizzas: 1000 g flour, 500 ml water, 20
g salt, 20 g sugar, 100 ml olive oil, 20 g fresh yeast
(or 2 sachets of powder yeast)
• Proving at room temperature: 1 hour, or manual
PROVING function set to 40°. Leave to rise for
approximately 30-45 minutes.
• Place the food inside the oven while it is still cold.
• Start the
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PIZZA cooking mode.
ROAST function
Use this function to cook veal, pork, lamb and beef.
Place the food inside the oven while it is still cold.
The dish may also be placed in a preheated oven. It
will only be possible to adjust the duration by -10/
+10 minutes.
DESSERTS function
This function is ideal for baking desserts. Place the
food inside the oven while it is still cold. The dish may
also be placed in a preheated oven. It will only be
possible to adjust the duration by -10/+15 minutes.
Small Space
Starting the oven
1. Fit the DIVIDER to the DIVIDER shelf "D" using the
pin, with the arrows turned towards the rear part of
the oven. A buzzer will sound to confirm that the
DIVIDER has been fitted correctly; it will then be
possible to use the two Main and Small Space
compartments separately or at the same time.
! The EXTRALARGE SPACE FUNCTION knob will be
disabled.
2. Select the desired cooking function by turning the
SMALL SPACE FUNCTION knob.
3. The oven will begin its preheating stage. The
temperature may be changed by turning the
TEMPERATURE knob. The
during the preheating stage.
indicator light flashes
4. Once the preheating stage is completed, the
icon stops flashing (becomes fixed) and a buzzer
sounds. Food may now be placed inside the oven.
5. During cooking it is always possible to:
- change the cooking function by turning the SMALL
SPACE FUNCTION knob;
- change the temperature by turning the
TEMPERATURE knob;
- set the cooking duration in addition to the cooking
end time;
- stop cooking by turning the SMALL SPACE
FUNCTION knob to the “0” position.
6. If a blackout occurs while the oven is already in
operation, an automatic system within the appliance
will reactivate the cooking function from the point at
which it was interrupted, as long as the temperature
has not dropped below a certain level. The clock
and programmed cooking modes which have not yet
started will not be restored and must be
reprogrammed.
Cooking functions
GRILL function
The top heating element comes on. By turning the
TEMPERATURE knob, the different power levels
which may be set will appear on the display; these
range between 5% and 100%. The high and direct
temperature of the grill is recommended for food
which requires a high surface temperature. This
function is particularly suitable for browning food,
cooking gratins, colouring meringues, making
toasted sandwiches and grilling small quantities of
thin, lean meat. Always cook in this mode with the
oven door closed.
FAST COOKING function
This function requires the oven to be preheated. This
function is particularly suitable for cooking prepacked food quickly (frozen or pre-cooked).
started will not be restored and must be
reprogrammed.
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Cooking functions
CREATION function
All heating elements and the fan are activated. Since
the heat remains constant throughout the oven, the
air cooks and browns food in a uniform manner. A
maximum of three racks may be used at the same
time. If you are using several racks at the same
time, we recommend you place the dripping pan on
shelf level 1. If you are cooking on 3 levels at the
same time, we recommend you place the shelves on
racks 3 and 5, and the dripping pan on rack 1.
Using the Small Space and Main Space
at the same time
Main Space
! Simultaneous operation is only possible when
using the Creation functions
Starting the oven
1. Fit the DIVIDER to the DIVIDER shelf "D" using the
pin, with the arrows turned towards the rear part of
the oven. A buzzer will sound to confirm that the
DIVIDER has been fitted correctly; it will then be
possible to use the two Main and Small Space
compartments separately or at the same time.
Starting the oven
1. Fit the DIVIDER to the DIVIDER shelf "D" using the
pin, with the arrows turned towards the rear part of
the oven. A buzzer will sound to confirm that the
DIVIDER has been fitted correctly; it will then be
possible to use the two Main and Small Space
compartments separately or at the same time.
! The EXTRALARGE SPACE FUNCTION knob will be
disabled.
! Simultaneous operation is only possible when
using the Creation functions.
2. Select the desired cooking function by turning the
MAIN SPACE FUNCTION knob.
3. The oven will begin its preheating stage. The
temperature may be changed by turning the
TEMPERATURE knob. The
during the preheating stage.
indicator light flashes
4. Once the preheating stage is completed, the
icon stops flashing (becomes fixed) and a buzzer
sounds. Food may now be placed inside the oven.
5. During cooking it is always possible to:
- change the temperature by turning the
TEMPERATURE knob;
- set the cooking duration in addition to the cooking
end time;
- stop cooking by turning the MAIN SPACE
FUNCTION knob to the “0” position.
6. If a blackout occurs while the oven is already in
operation, an automatic system within the appliance
will reactivate the cooking function from the point at
which it was interrupted, as long as the temperature
has not dropped below a certain level. The clock
and programmed cooking modes which have not yet
! The EXTRALARGE SPACE FUNCTION knob will be
disabled.
! In order to improve the energy efficiency of the
oven , the preheating time of the SMALL SPACE
cavity lasts about 15 minutes.
! If the MAIN SPACE is set to a temperature below
175°C, in order to safeguard the cooking results, the
grill function will not start: the text “OFF” will appear
on the display.
2. Select the desired cooking function for each
cavity by turning the SMALL SPACE FUNCTION
and/or MAIN SPACE FUNCTION knobs. The
icon
indicates that the Small Space has been selected
and that it is therefore possible to adjust the Small
Space settings; the
icon lit up on the display
indicates that the Main Space has been selected
and that it is therefore possible to adjust the Main
Space settings.
3. Both ovens will begin the preheating stage. The
temperature may be changed by turning the
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TEMPERATURE knob. The
during the preheating stage.
indicator light flashes
4. Once the preheating stage is completed, the
icon stops flashing (becomes fixed) and a buzzer
sounds. Food may now be placed inside the oven.
5. The digits on the display become brighter to
indicate which cavity you are adjusting. To modify
the settings for the other cavity, press the
button. The Small Space and Main Space settings
may actually be changed during simultaneous
cooking:
- change the cooking function by turning the SMALL
SPACE FUNCTION and/or MAIN SPACE FUNCTION
knob;
- change the temperature by turning the
TEMPERATURE knob;
- set the cooking duration and the cooking end time;
- stop cooking by turning the SMALL SPACE
FUNCTION and/or MAIN SPACE FUNCTION knob to
the “0” position.
6. If a blackout occurs while the oven is already in
operation, an automatic system within the appliance
will reactivate the cooking function from the point at
which it was interrupted, as long as the temperature
has not dropped below a certain level. The clock
and programmed cooking modes which have not yet
started will not be restored and must be
reprogrammed.
Programming cooking
! A cooking function must be selected before
programming can take place.
Programming is possible in all oven configurations:
EXTRALARGE, MAIN and SMALL SPACE, even if
the latter two are being used simultaneously.
Programming the cooking duration
1. Press the
button several times until the
icon
and the three numerical digits on the DISPLAY begin
to flash.
2. Turn the SET TIME KNOB towards “+” and “-” to
adjust the duration.
3. Press the
button again to confirm.
4. When the set time has elapsed, the text END
appears on the DISPLAY, the oven will stop cooking
and a buzzer sounds.
• For example: it is 9:00 a.m. and a duration of 1
hour and 15 minutes is programmed. The function
will stop automatically at 10:15 a.m.
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Setting the end time for a cooking mode
! A cooking duration must be set before the cooking
end time can be scheduled.
1. Follow steps 1 to 3 to set the duration as detailed
above.
2. Next, press the
button until the
icon and
the two digits on the DISPLAY begin to flash.
3. Turn the SET TIME KNOB towards “+” and “-” to
adjust the hour value.
4. Press the
button again so that the other two
numerical digits on the DISPLAY begin to flash.
5. Turn the SET TIME KNOB towards “+” and “-” to
adjust the minute value.
6. Press the
button again to confirm.
7. When the set time has elapsed, the text END
appears on the DISPLAY, the oven will stop cooking
and a buzzer sounds.
Programming has been set when the
and
buttons are illuminated. The DISPLAY shows the
cooking end time and the cooking duration
alternately.
To cancel programming, turn the FUNCTION knob to
the “0” position.
Practical cooking advice
MULTILEVEL
• Use positions 1, 3, 5 and 6.
• Place the dripping pan at the bottom and the rack
at the top.
• When cooking pizzas or focaccia breads, use a
lightweight aluminium tray with a maximum
diameter of 30 cm, placing it on top of the rack
supplied. If the pizza has a lot of toppings, we
recommend adding the mozzarella cheese to the
top of the pizza halfway through the cooking
process. During the cooking process, it is
advisable to change the order of the shelves.
GRILL
• Preheat the oven for 5 minutes.
• Keep the oven door closed when cooking in this
mode.
• Place the dripping pan on shelf level 3. Place the
rack in a position between 4 and 7, depending on
how bulky the food is, and make sure the food is
in the centre of the rack. Examples: beef ribs
should be cooked on shelf level 4 and bacon on
shelf level 6 or 7.
GRILL
• Preheat the oven for 5 minutes.
• Fit the DIVIDER to the DIVIDER rack “D”.
• Keep the oven door closed when cooking in this
mode.
• We recommend that the power level is set to
maximum. The top heating element is regulated
by a thermostat and may not always operate
constantly.
FAST COOKING
• Preheat the oven, making sure the dripping pan is
on shelf level 6.
• When cooking frozen foods, always follow the
instructions on the packaging.
• Place the rack in position 7. Position the food in
the centre of the rack. Position the dripping pan
on shelf level 6.
• This function is particularly suitable for browning
food, cooking gratins, colouring meringues,
making toasted sandwiches and grilling small
quantities of thin, lean meat.
Cooking advice table for ovens with an ExtraLarge Space cavity
Function
Multilevel*
Foods
Weight
(in kg)
Tarts
Cream puffs
Pizza
Biscuits
Small pastries
Crème caramel
(bain-marie)
Panettone
Cake
Sponge cake
Conventional
oven*
Grill*
Low
temperature
Large cut of meat
Roast meats
Gratin
Large roasting joi nt
Large game
roasting joint
Beef ribs
Sausages
Pork ribs
Bacon
Proving /
Defrosting
White meringues
Automatic
bread
Automatic
pizza
Automatic
roast
Automatic
desserts
Meat / Fish
Bread (see recipe)
Pizza ( see recipe)
Roast dishes
Desserts
2
2
2
Cook on
no. of
shelves
No.
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
1
2
1
2
3
1
1
Dripping
pan
2 or 3
1 to 2
1
1
2 or 3
1 to 2
1
1
2 or 3
1 to 2
1
1
2 or 3
1 to 2
1
1
2 or 3
2
1
2 or 3
2
1
1 or 2
2 or 3
1
2 or 3
2
1
1
2
Rack position
Rack 1
Rack 2
3 to 5
3
3
5
5
6
3 to 5
3
3
5
5
6
3 to 5
3
3
5
5
6
3 to 5
3
3
5
5
6
5
4
6
5
4
6
4 or 5
5
4
2
3
6
1
1
1
3 or 4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
2
4 or 5
5 to 7
5 to 7
5 to 7
4
1
3
5
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
1
7***
7***
7***
2
2
1
1
2
3
2
1
1
5
5
3
3
3
1
2
2
2
5
2
2
4
3
5
5
Preheating
Recommended
temperature
(°C)
Cooking
duration
(minutes)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
190
180
180
180
190
190
190
190
220
220
220
220
180
180
180
180
200
200
200
170
170
170
160
160
160
190
190
190
160
200
30-40
35-45
40-50
45-55
25-35
25-35
30-40
30-40
15-25
20-30
25-35
30-40
15-25
15-25
20-30
20-30
30-40
35-45
40-50
35-45
35-45
40-50
45-60
60-75
60-75
30-35
35-40
40-45
90-240
35-75
No
No
No
190
200
200
40-60
90-120
90-120
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
100%
100%
100%
100%
40
20-30
10-20
15-25
3-6
No
85
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
85
8-12
hours**
90-180**
Rack 3
6
5
6
No
No
23-30**
25-35**
30-35**
35-40**
60-90**
35-60**
35-60**
* The cooking times listed above are intended as guidelines only and may be modified in accordance with personal tastes. Oven preheating
times are set as standard and may not be modified manually.
** The duration of the automatic cooking functions are set by default. The values in the table refer to the minimum and maximum duration,
which may be modified by the user, taking the default value as a starting point.
*** As stated in the recipe, pour 150 g (1,5 dl) water into the dripping pan.
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Cooking advice table for the Small Space feature
Function
Fast
cooking*
Grill
Foods
Weight
(in kg)
Cook on
no. of
shelves
No.
Rack position
Fish fillets
1
Dripping
pan
6
Meat fillets
Frozen pizza
Frozen prepared foods
Toast
Bacon
Pork steaks
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
6
6
6
Rack 1
6-7
7
7
Preheating
Recommended
temperature
(°C)
Cooking
duration
(minutes)
Divider
D
Yes
180-200
20-30
D
D
D
D
D
D
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
180-200
30-40
100%
100%
100%
3-5
3-6
15-25
* The cooking times listed above are intended as guidelines only and may be modified in accordance with personal tastes. Oven preheating times
are set as standard and may not be modified manually.
Cooking advice table for the Main Space feature
Function
Universal*
Foods
Weight
(in kg)
Pies / Tarts
Cream puffs
Pizza
Biscuits
Pastries
Crème caramel (bainmarie)
Sponge cake made
with yoghurt
Sponge cake
Small roasting joints
Cook on
no. of
shelves
No.
Rack position
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
Dripping
pan
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
Rack 1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Preheating
Recommended
temperature
(°C)
Cooking
duration
(minutes)
Divider
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
200
200
190
190
220
220
180
180
200
200
170
30-40
35-45
25-35
25-35
15-25
20-30
15-25
15-25
30-40
35-45
35-45
D
Yes
160
60-75
D
D
D
Yes
Yes
Yes
190
190
210
30-35
35-40
30-60
* The cooking times listed above are intended as guidelines only and may be modified in accordance with personal tastes. Oven preheating times
are set as standard and may not be modified manually.
Cooking advice table for using the Small Space and Main Space at the same time
Small Space
Function
Fast
cooking*
Grill
Foods
Weight
(in kg)
Cook on
no. of
shelves
No.
Rack position
Fish fillets
1
Dripping
pan
6
Meat fillets
Frozen pizza
Frozen prepared foods
“Pilaf” rice
Browning
1
1
1
1
1
6
6-7
6-7
6
6-7
Rack 1
Preheating
Recommended
temperature
(°C)
Cooking
duration
(minutes)
Divider
D
Yes
200-220
20-30
D
D
D
D
D
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
200-220
30-40
180-200
100%
30-45
3-6
Main Space
Function
Universal*
Foods
Cakes, pies / tarts
Biscuits
Crème caramel (bainmarie)
Pizza
Potato gratin
Roasting joint
Dishes with pastry
crust
Weight
(in kg)
Cook on
no. of
shelves
No.
Rack position
1
2
1
2
1
Dripping
pan
2
1 and 2
2
1 and 2
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1 and 2
2
2
2
Rack 1
3 to 5
3 to 5
3 to 5
Preheating
Recommended
temperature
(°C)
Cooking
duration
(minutes)
Divider
D
D
D
D
D
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
200
200
180
180
160
30-40
35-45
15-25
15-25
45
D
D
D
D
D
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
220
220
200
200
200
15-25
20-30
60
60-90
35-45
* The cooking times listed above are intended as guidelines only and may be modified in accordance with personal tastes. Oven preheating times
are set as standard and may not be modified manually.
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Precautions and tips
! This appliance has been designed and manufactured
in compliance with international safety standards. The
following warnings are provided for safety reasons and
must be read carefully.
General safety
• The appliance was designed for domestic use
inside the home and is not intended for commercial
or industrial use.
• The appliance must not be installed outdoors, even
in covered areas. It is extremely dangerous to leave
the appliance exposed to rain and storms.
• When moving or positioning the appliance, always
use the handles provided on the sides of the oven.
• Do not touch the appliance while barefoot or with wet
or damp hands and feet.
• The appliance must be used by adults only for the
preparation of food, in accordance with the
instructions provided in this booklet.
• Do not touch the heating elements or certain
parts of the oven door when the appliance is in
use; these parts become extremely hot. Keep
children well away from the appliance.
• Make sure that the power supply cables of other
electrical appliances do not come into contact with
the hot parts of the oven.
• The openings used for ventilation and heat dispersal
must never be covered.
• Always grip the oven door handle in the centre: the
ends may be hot.
• Always use oven gloves when placing cookware in
the oven or when removing it.
• Do not use aluminium foil to line the bottom of the
oven.
• Do not place flammable materials in the oven: if the
appliance is switched on accidentally, the materials
could catch fire.
• Always make sure the knobs are in the “z”/“{”
position when the appliance is not in use.
• When unplugging the appliance, always pull the
plug from the mains socket; do not pull on the
cable.
• Never perform any cleaning or maintenance work
without having disconnected the appliance from the
electricity mains.
• If the appliance breaks down, under no
circumstances should you attempt to perform the
repairs yourself. Repairs carried out by
inexperienced individuals may cause injury or
further malfunctioning of the appliance. Contact a
Service Centre.
• Do not rest heavy objects on the open oven door.
• The appliance should not be operated by people
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capacities, by inexperienced individuals
or by anyone who is not familiar with the product.
These individuals should, at the very least, be
supervised by someone who assumes responsibility
for their safety or receive preliminary instructions
relating to the operation of the appliance.
• Do not let children play with the appliance.
Disposal
• When disposing of packaging material: observe
local legislation so that the packaging may be
reused.
• The European Directive 2002/96/EC relating to
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
states that household appliances should not be
disposed of using the normal solid urban waste
cycle. Exhausted appliances should be collected
separately in order to optimise the cost of re-using
and recycling the materials inside the machine,
while preventing potential damage to the
atmosphere and to public health. The crossed-out
dustbin is marked on all products to remind the
owner of their obligations regarding separated waste
collection.
For further information relating to the correct disposal
of exhausted household appliances, owners may
contact the relevant public service or their local
dealer.
Respecting and conserving the
environment
• You can help to reduce the peak load of the
electricity supply network companies by using the
oven in the hours between late afternoon and the
early hours of the morning. The cooking mode
programming options, and particularly the “delayed
cooking” mode (see Cooking modes), make this
possible.
• Always keep the oven door closed when using the
ROTISSERIE mode: this will achieve improved
results while saving energy (approximately 10%).
• Check the door seals regularly and wipe them clean
to ensure they are free of debris so that they adhere
properly to the door, thus avoiding the dispersal of
heat.
! This product complies with the requirements of the
latest European Directive on the limitation of power
consumption of the standby mode.
If no operations are carried out for a period of 2
minutes, the appliance automatically switches to the
standby mode.
The standby mode is visualised by the high luminosity
"Watch Icon".
As soon as interaction with the machine resumes, the
system's operating mode is restored.
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Care and maintenance
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Switching the appliance off
Disconnect your appliance from the electricity
supply before carrying out any work on it.
Cleaning the appliance
• The stainless steel or enamel-coated external
parts and the rubber seals may be cleaned using
a sponge that has been soaked in lukewarm water
and neutral soap. Use specialised products for
the removal of stubborn stains. After cleaning,
rinse and dry thoroughly. Do not use abrasive
powders or corrosive substances.
• The inside of the oven should ideally be cleaned
after each use, while it is still lukewarm. Use hot
water and detergent, then rinse well and dry with
a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive products.
• The accessories can be washed like everyday
crockery, and are even dishwasher safe.
! Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on
the appliance.
Cleaning the oven door
Clean the glass part of the oven door using a
sponge and a non-abrasive cleaning product, then
dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. Do not use rough
abrasive material or sharp metal scrapers as these
could scratch the surface and cause the glass to
crack.
For more thorough cleaning purposes, the oven door
may be removed:
1. Open the oven door fully (see diagram).
2. Use a screwdriver to lift up and turn the small
levers F located on the two hinges (see diagram).
Inspecting the seals
Check the door seals around the oven at regular
intervals. If the seals are damaged, please contact
your nearest Service Centre. We recommend that the
oven is not used until the seals have been replaced.
Replacing the light bulb
To replace the oven light bulb:
1. Remove the glass cover of the lamp-holder.
2. Remove the
light bulb and
Lamp Holder
compartment
replace it with a
similar one:
halogen lamp
Lamp
voltage 230 V,
wattage 25 W,
cap G 9.
Glass cover
3. Replace the
glass cover (see
diagram ).
! Do not touch the light bulb directly with your
hands.
Assistance
Warning:
The appliance is fitted with an automatic diagnostic
system which detects any malfunctions.
Malfunctions are signalled through messages of the
F”, followed by numbers.
following type: “F
Call for technical assistance in the event of a
malfunction.
! Never use the services of an unauthorised
technician.
Please have the following information to hand:
F
• the type of problem encountered;
• the appliance model (Mod.);
• the serial number (S/N).
The latter two pieces of information can be found on
the data plate located on the appliance.
3. Grip the door on the two
outer sides and close it
approximately half way. Pull
the door towards you, lifting it
out of its seat (see diagram).
To replace the door, reverse
this sequence.
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