IKEA 700 947 26 Instruction for Use | Manualzz
IMPORTANT NOTES.................................... 21
BEFORE USING THE OVEN......................... 22
OVEN ACCESSORIES ................................... 23
CARE AND MAINTENANCE........................ 23
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ..................... 25
AFTER SALES SERVICE ................................ 25
To make the most of your new oven, read the user's instructions carefully and keep them on hand
for consultation in the future.
IMPORTANT: Disconnect the oven from the mains before carrying out any installation work
or servicing.
• Installation must be carried out by a qualified technician in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions and in compliance with local regulations.
• Unpack the oven and make sure that the oven has not been damaged during transport and that the
oven door closes properly. If you are not sure contact the dealer or the nearest service centre.
• After removing the oven from its packaging, leave it on the polystyrene base to prevent it from being
• When installing the oven it is advisable to wear protective gloves.
• The oven is provided with two side handles
(B) to facilitate installation (fig. 1).
Preparing the housing unit
Built-under oven
• Kitchen units in contact with the oven must be heat resistant (80°C min).
• Cut the kitchen unit and worktop to fit before installing the appliances. Carefully remove any shavings
or sawdust that could prevent the appliances from running properly.
• The dimensions of the oven and unit are shown in figures 2-3-4.
• To allow for proper ventilation, an opening should be left at the bottom of the housing unit.
Pay attention to the dimensions in fig. 4. The bottom of the oven must not be accessible after
• Leave a minimum clearance of 5 mm between the upper edge of the oven and the lower edge of the
worktop. This clearance must never be obstructed (fig.3).
• During installation make sure that the sides of the oven do not touch the adjacent units.
• If the kitchen unit is not securely fixed to the wall, it must be anchored with standard brackets (G)
available on the market, see fig. 4.
Attention: to install the hob on other surfaces than wood (e.g. plastic, ceramic, marble, stone, etc.)
remember to ask After Sales Service for the fixing plates (Fig. 7-9).
• The hob must be fitted in a worktop with a minimum thickness of 20 mm and a maximum of 50 mm.
• There must be nothing between the hob and the oven (e.g. cross rails, insulating material, etc.).
• An adjacent column unit must be installed at least 100 mm from the edge of the hob (Fig. 5).
• Cut an opening in the worktop of the dimensions shown on the Product Description Sheet provided
with the worktop.
• We recommend you seal the internal edges of the worktop with wood glue or silicone.
• If not already in place, apply the supplied seal to the hob, after cleaning the adhesive surface thoroughly.
Conventional electric hob
IMPORTANT: Remove any protective film before installing the hob.
• If the worktop is made of wood, use the spring clips and screws provided.
1. Insert the 4 spring clips (B) (fig. 6) in their guides on the bottom of the hob.
2. Fit the hob into the worktop.
• If the worktop is made of marble or other material (e.g. plastic, ceramic, marble, stone,
etc.), the hob must be secured with special brackets (C) (Fig. 7), code 4819 310 18528, available at
After Sales Service.
1. Fasten the brackets into the holes with the screws provided.
2. Fit the hob into the worktop.
Glass-ceramic hob
IMPORTANT: Remove any protective film before installing the hob.
Make sure that that the opening in the worktop for the hob is cut according to the dimensions given in
the drawing on the Product Description Sheet. Pay attention to the tolerance range.
The hob should not be forced into the worktop. Forcing the glass-ceramic top may cause it to crack
(even at a later date)!
• If the worktop is made of wood, use the spring clips and screws provided (fig. 8).
1. Secure the spring clips (D) (fig. 8) with the screws provided (E) (fig. 8) as shown, paying attention to
the specified distances.
2. Fit the hob into the worktop.
• If the worktop is made of marble, plastic, ceramic, stone, etc., the hob must be secured with
special brackets (F) (fig. 8), Code 4819 404 78697 available at After Sales Service.
1. Fit the hob into the worktop.
2. Place the 4 brackets (F) in position in accordance with the thickness of the worktop as shown in fig. 9.
3. Fasten the 4 screws (G) in the positions (H) (fig. 9).
Electrical connection
Regulations require that the appliance be earthed.
• Connection to the mains must be carried out by a qualified electrician in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions and in compliance with local regulations.
• The installer is responsible for connecting appliances correctly to the mains and for observing the safety
• The oven power cable must be long enough to connect the built-in appliance to the mains.
• Observance of safety directives requires that a multi-pole switch with a minimum contact gap of 3mm
be used for the installation.
• Do not use multiple plug adapters or extension leads.
• After the oven has been installed, the electrical components must be inaccessible.
Connecting the oven to the power supply
• Make sure that the voltage indicated on the rating plate is the same as the mains voltage. The rating
plate is on the front edge of the oven (visible when the door is open).
1. Remove the two fastening screws of the terminal box cover located on the bottom part of the oven's
rear covering.
2. Remove the cover to gain access to the terminal box and insert the power cable
(see table) through the opening located on the bottom of the oven.
3. Connect the cable to the terminal box, tighten the screws as far as they will go and secure it to the
cable fastener.
4. Put the cover back on by inserting the two blades in the slots and fasten it with the two screws.
Power supply cable table
N° of conductors
Type of cable
2 +
3 +
H05 RR-F 3 X 4 mm²
H05 RR-F 3 X 4 mm²
H05 RR-F 4 X 2.5 mm²
H05 RR-F 5 X 1.5 mm²
H05 RR-F 4 X 2.5 mm²
Interconnecting hob and oven
IMPORTANT: do not connect the oven to the power supply before you have finished connecting the
oven and hob.
• Before connecting the oven to the power supply, make sure that the hob is among the ones listed in
the hob/oven pairing product sheet provided.
• Connect the hob connectors (C) (Fig. 10) to the oven connectors (D), making sure that you match the
colours and that the connector slots are aligned.
• Insert the connectors and push them in until they click into place.
• Unscrew the nut of the ground screw (H) (Fig. 10)
located on the top covering of the oven and
insert the yellow/green earth wire, leaving the washer in place. Firmly retighten the nut of the ground
Important: if the hob terminals do not match the connection and colours given on the connection label
located on the top of the oven, require the adapter kit, code AMC 873, available from After Sales Service.
Securing the oven
• Lift up the oven getting hold of it by the openings on the sides and insert it into the housing unit, being
careful not to trap the power supply cable (fig.11).
• Center the oven in the housing unit before securing it.
• Make sure that the plastic spacers are positioned correctly in the fastening holes. Then anchor the oven
to the housing unit with the screws provided (Fig.12).
Disposal of packaging materials
• The packaging material is 100% recyclable and is
marked with the recycle symbol
• The various parts of the packing must therefore
be disposed of responsibly and in full compliance
with local authority regulations governing waste
Disposal of used household appliances
• The appliances are built from recyclable or
reusable materials. When scrapping them,
comply with local waste-disposal regulations.
Before scrapping, cut off the power cords so that
the appliances cannot be connected to the mains.
• This appliance is marked in compliance with
European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
• By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product.
• The
symbol on the appliance or
accompanying documentation indicates that this
product should not be disposed of as unsorted
municipal waste but must be taken to a collection
point for the treatment of WEEE.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with
local environmental regulations for waste
disposal. For more detailed information about
treatment, recovery and recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product.
Energy saving
• Only pre-heat the oven if specified in the cooking
table of the Product Description Sheet or in your
• Use dark, black enamelled baking moulds as they
absorb heat very well.
• Not intended for use by young children and
infirm persons without supervision.
• Young children should be supervised to
ensure they not play with the appliance.
• The accessible parts of the oven may get
very hot during use. Keep children away.
• Never use abrasive materials or substances
to clean the GLASS, to prevent damaging it.
• The unit gets very hot during use. Do not
touch the heating elements in the oven.
• This oven is designed solely for use as a home
appliance for cooking food. No other type of use
is allowed. The Manufacturer declines all
responsibility for inappropriate use or incorrect
setting of the controls.
• Any repairs or adjustments must be carried out
exclusively by a qualified technician.
• Never expose the oven to atmospheric agents.
• Do not put heavy objects on the door because
they could damage the oven cavity and hinges.
Do not cling to the door.
• Never hang anything heavy on the oven door
• Do not cover the bottom of the oven with
aluminium foil or other objects.
• The oven door must close properly. The door
seals must be kept clean.
• Do not pour water directly into the inside of a
hot oven. The enamel coating could be damaged.
• Fruit juice drippings from the baking tray may
leave permanent stains. We recommend the
oven be cleaned before reusing it.
• Never drag pots and pans across the bottom of
the oven to prevent the coating from being
• Residual condensation after cooking could
damage the oven and surrounding kitchen units in
time. We recommend that you:
- set the lowest temperature;
- cover food;
- remove food from the oven;
- dry the wet parts when the oven is cool.
• The front panel and the handle of the oven door
warm up when the appliance is switched on for a
long time at high temperatures.
• Never touch the oven with any wet part of the
body and do not operate it with bare feet.
• Do not pull the appliance or the power supply
cable to disconnect them from the electrical
• Do not allow children to touch:
- the oven and its controls, especially when in
operation and immediately afterwards to
avoid injury;
- packaging (bags, polystyrene, metal parts,
- an oven to be scrapped.
• Make sure that the electrical cables of other
appliances used near the oven do not touch hot
parts and are not trapped in the oven door.
• Some oven models are equipped with an air
cooling system to prevent the front of the oven
and cabinet cavity from reaching excessively high
Attention: Steam and smoke are vented through
an opening located between the control panel and
the oven door. Do not obstruct the vent opening.
• Do not place inflammable material in the oven or
nearby: a fire may break out if the oven is
inadvertently switched on.
• Use oven gloves to remove pans and accessories,
when the oven is hot.
• If alcoholic beverages are added when roasting or
cooking cakes and sweets (e.g. rum, cognac,
wine, etc.) remember that alcohol evaporates at
high temperatures. It may happen that vapours
released by the alcohol can catch fire when they
are in contact with the electric heating element.
• Do not heat or cook sealed jars or containers in
the oven. The pressure that develops inside the
packaging might cause it to explode, damaging
the oven.
• Do not use containers made of synthetic material
for cooking (except for packages specifically
designed for this purpose; see the manufacturer's
instructions). They could melt at high
• Always keep a watch on pans when cooking with
oil and grease. Oil and fat can overheat and catch
• Never pull out fully loaded shelves. Use extreme
• Remove the accessories from the oven and heat
it 200°C for about an hour to eliminate the smell
of the protective grease and insulating materials.
Keep the window open during this operation.
• Before use, remove:
- stickers on the front and oven door, except
for the rating plate;
- cardboard protection and protective plastic
film from the front panel controls and other
parts of the oven;
- any sticky labels from the accessories
(for example, under the drip tray).
The accessories not provided with the oven can be bought
separately from After Sales Service. The accessories
provided with the oven are listed in the Product
Description Sheet provided separately (under
Drip tray (1)
The drip tray is designed to collect fat and food particles when it
is positioned under the grid or as a plate, such as when cooking
meat, chicken and fish with or without vegetables. Pour a little
water into the drip tray to prevent spatters of fat and smoke.
Baking tray (2)
For cooking biscuits, cakes and pizzas.
Grid (3)
The grid can be used to grill food or as a support for baking trays,
cake tins and other cooking receptacles. It can be placed on any
of the runners in the oven. The grid can be inserted with its
curved side facing upwards or downwards.
Turnspit (4)
Use the turnspit as indicated in the relevant chapter in the
Product Description Sheet supplied separately.
Important: never clean the appliance with high
pressure water or steam cleaning equipment.
Exterior of the oven
• Clean with a damp cloth. If it is very dirty, add a
few drops of washing up detergent to the water.
Wipe with a dry cloth.
• Do not use corrosive or abrasive detergents,
which dull the surface.
In the event that one of these products comes
into contact with the oven, immediately clean it
using a damp cloth.
• Slight differences in colour on the front of the
appliance are determined by the different
materials used, such as glass, plastic and metal.
Ovens with aluminium front panel
• Clean using a delicate detergent and a soft
window cleaning cloth or a microfibre cloth that
does not leave fibres on the surface. Wipe
horizontally, without exerting pressure.
• Do not use corrosive products, hard sponges or
rough cloths. Clean the aluminium surfaces with
a dry cloth.
• Soak the accessories in water with washing up
detergent immediately after use. Food residues
can be easily removed using a brush or sponge.
Attention: When carrying out the following operations it
is advisable to wear protective gloves. These instructions
should be carefully followed both to prevent injury and in
order not to damage the oven door and hinges.
How to remove the oven door:
1. Open the oven door fully (see fig. 1).
2. Lift the two catches and push them forwards as far as they
go (see fig. 2).
3. Remove the door by closing it partially and pulling it
upwards (see fig. 3).
Pay attention to the hinges when cleaning and/or removing the
door (fig. 4).
To remount the door:
1. Insert the hinges into their grooves and lower the door
2. Lower the two catches.
3. Close the oven door fully.
Attention: These instructions should be carefully followed both
to prevent injury and in order not to damage the oven door and
Changing the rear oven lamp bulb:
1. Disconnect the oven from the electrical supply.
2. Let the oven cool before turning the lamp cover left to
unscrew it (see fig. 5).
3. Change the bulb (see note).
4. Screw the lamp cover back on.
5. Reconnect the oven to the electrical supply.
Note: use only 25 W/230 V, E-14 type, T300°C bulbs
available from After Sales Service.
IMPORTANT: Do not use the oven until the lamp cover
has been repositioned.
Oven not working:
• Check for the presence of mains electrical power
and if the oven is connected to the electrical
• Turn off the oven and restart it to see if the fault
• Check that the oven control knob is not turned
to “0” or to “lamp” .
If the electronic programmer (depending on
model) display presents the message
”, consult the product description
sheet provided separately and/or the
electronic programmer description.
- If the electronic programmer (depending on
the model) presents the message “F XX”,
contact the nearest After Sales Service.
Specify in this case the number that follows
the letter “F”.
Before you call the After Sales Service:
1. Try to solve the problem yourself following
the points described in “Troubleshooting
2. Turn the appliance off and on again, to make
sure that the problem has been solved.
If after the above checks the fault still occurs,
get in touch with the nearest After Sales
Please give:
• a brief description of the fault;
• the type and exact model of the oven;
• the service number (number after the word
Service on the rating plate), located on the
right hand edge of the oven cavity (visible
when the oven door is open). The service
number is also indicated on the guarantee
• your full address;
• your telephone number.
If any repairs are required, please contact an
authorised After Sales Service (to guarantee
that original spare parts will be used and repairs
carried out correctly).
Failure to comply with these instructions may
compromise the safety and quality of the
• This oven is intended to come into contact
with foodstuffs and conforms to Directive
• This appliance is designed to be used for
cooking only.
Any other use (e.g. for room heating) is
considered as improper use and potentially
• This appliance has been designed,
constructed and marketed in compliance
- The safety requirements of “Low
Voltage” Directive 73/23/EEC;
- the protection requirements of EMC
Directive 89/336/EEC;
- the requirements of Directive 93/68/EEC.
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