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Operating Instructions & Installation Instructions
ELECTRIC BUILT-IN OVEN
FOR DOMESTIC USE ONLY
Model No.
HL-BT62S / HL-BT62B
Please read these instructions carefully before using this product, and save
this manual for future use.
Instructions for use............ 2-49
Cleaning and maintenance........38-43
Cleaning stainless steel............................38
Cleaning the glass of the lid.....................38
Ordinary daily cleaning.............................38
Cleaning the door glazing.........................39
Cleaning the inside of the oven................39
Removing guide frames...........................40
Pyrolysis: automatic oven cleaning.....41-43
Important safety instructions...........2-6
Environmental responsibility............... 7
Get to know your oven..................... 8
Accessories...............................9-11
Using the rack or tray...............................10
Using the Tray rack..................................10
Using the rotisserie rod............................ 11
Special maintenance.................44-48
Replacing the light bulb............................44
Removing the door...................................45
Removing the internal glass panels....46-47
What to do if… .........................................48
Using the oven.........................12-24
Before using the appliance.......................12
General Description .................................12
Warnings and general advice
for usage..................................................13
Description of the controls
on the front panel................................14-15
Operating modes......................................16
First use....................................................17
Setting the current time............................17
Selecting a function..................................18
Modifying the preset temperature.............19
Switching the oven off..............................19
Using the Minute timer.......................... 20
Programmed cooking..........................21-23
Secondary menu......................................24
Technical specifications.................. 49
Installation instructions..... 50-53
Electrical connection........................ 50
Fixing the appliance to a cabinet...... 51
Positioning the oven.................... 52-53
Cooking with the oven ..............25-37
Types of heating mode........................25-26
Cooking advice and instructions..........27-28
To save energy.........................................29
Cooking Charts....................................30-33
Recipes...............................................34-37
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic Oven.
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Contents
Important safety instructions
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 by a person
responsible for their safety concerning the
use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards involved. Children
shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning
and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
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Excess spillage must be removed before
cleaning using the pyrolytic automatic oven
cleaning function. Whilst using the pyrolytic
automatic oven cleaning function the surfaces
may get hotter than usual and children should
be kept away.
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Before starting the automatic cleaning cycle
completely remove all accessories from inside
the oven. The roof liner is not considered an
accessory and must therefore be kept inside
the oven. Remove the guide frames, (see
page 40 EN, Removing guide frames).
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For correct installation of the racks and
trays supplied with this oven (see page 10
EN, Using the rack or tray).
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WARNING Ensure that the appliance is
disconnected from the power supply before
replacing the lamp, to avoid the possibility of
electric shock.
WARNING The appliance and its
accessible parts may become hot during
use. Care should be taken to avoid touching
heating elements inside the oven. Young
children should be kept away. Children less
than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
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Important safety instructions
Important safety instructions
A steam cleaner is not to be used for
cleaning.
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Do not use harsh, abrasive cleaners or
sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door
glass since they can scratch the surface,
which may result in shattering of the glass.
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This manual constitutes an integral
part of the appliance. It should be kept
intact and at hand for the appliance’s
entire life cycle. It is important to
carefully read this manual and all of the
instructions contained herein before
using the appliance. Installation must
be carried out by competent persons
in accordance with the regulations in
force. This appliance is intended for
household use and complies with the
EEC directives currently in force. The
appliance has been built to carry out
the following functions: cooking food; it
is considered unsuitable for any other
use.
Use normal non-abrasive products,
including wooden or plastic utensils if
necessary. Rinse thoroughly and dry
using a soft cloth or chamois leather.
Do not allow residues of sugary foods
(such as jam) to set inside the oven
since they might damage the enamel
lining of the oven. Do not use plastic
kitchenware or containers. The high
temperatures inside the oven could
melt the plastic, and damage the
appliance.
Do not use sealed tins or containers in
the appliance. Overpressure may occur
inside the containers during cooking,
creating a danger of explosion.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable
for use other than as indicated.
Do not leave the appliance unattended
during cooking processes where fats
or oils could be released. Fats and oils
may catch fire.
Do not use this appliance for heating
rooms.
Never obstruct the openings and
slits provided for ventilation and heat
dispersal.
Do not cover the bottom of the oven
with aluminium or tinfoil sheets during
cooking and do not place pans or trays
on it to avoid damage to the enamelled
surface.
Do not rest any weight or sit on the
open door of the appliance.
If the surfaces are still very hot during
cooking, do not pour water directly
onto the trays. The steam could
cause severe burns and damage to
enamelled surfaces.
The identification plate with the
technical data, serial number and
brand name has been visibly affixed
to the appliance. Do not remove this
plate for any reason.
All cooking operations must take place
with the door closed.
Before the appliance is put into
operation, all the protective films
applied inside or outside must be
removed.
Take care that no objects are stuck in
the door of the oven.
The appliance becomes very hot during
use. Suitable heat-proof gloves should
be worn for all operations.
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Important safety instructions
Important safety instructions
Refer to the installation instructions
section of this manual (page 50 EN)
for the safety regulations for electric
appliances and ventilation functions. In
your interests and for your safety the
law requires that the installation and
servicing of all electrical appliances
is carried out by qualified personnel
in accordance with the regulations in
force.
During use the appliance becomes
very hot. Take care not to touch the
heating elements inside the oven.
Do not let children go near the
appliance when it is in operation or
play with it at any time.
Do not insert pointed metal objects
(cutlery or utensils) into any aperture
in the appliance.
Electrical appliances must always
be disconnected by suitably skilled
people. Before connecting the
appliance to the power supply, check
the data on the identification plate
against the data for the power supply
itself. Before carrying out installation/
maintenance work, make sure that
the appliance is not connected to the
power supply.
Do not use a steam cleaner for
cleaning the appliance. The steam
could reach the electronics, damaging
them and causing short-circuits.
Do not modify this appliance.
Do not spray any spray products near
the electrical appliance while it is in
operation. Do not use spray products
while the product is still hot.
If the power supply cable is
damaged, contact our Customer
Contact Centre immediately to
arrange for it to be replaced.
It is obligatory for all electrical
equipment to be earthed according
to the methods laid down by safety
regulations.
WARNING
The manufacturer cannot be held
liable for damage to persons
or things caused by failure to
observe the above instructions, by
interference with any part of the
appliance or by the use of nonoriginal spare parts.
Immediately after installation, carry
out a brief operational test. Should
the appliance not function, disconnect
it from the electricity supply and call
our Customer Contact Centre. Never
attempt to repair the appliance.
Never put inflammable objects in the
oven: if it is switched on by accident,
it may cause a fire.
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Information on Disposal
for Users of Waste
Electrical & Electronic
Equipment (private
households)
For business users in the
European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and
electronic equipment, please contact
your dealer or supplier for further
information.
This symbol on the products and/or
accompanying documents
means that used electrical and
electronic products should not be
mixed with general household waste.
Information on Disposal in other
Countries outside the European
Union
This symbol is only valid in the
European Union.
For proper treatment, recovery and
recycling, please take these products
to designated collection points, where
they will be accepted on a free of
charge basis.
If you wish to discard this product,
please contact your local authorities or
dealer and ask for the correct method
of disposal.
Alternatively, in some countries you
may be able to return your products to
your local retailer upon the purchase of
an equivalent new product.
Disposing of this product correctly will
help to save valuable resources and
prevent any potential negative effects
on human health and the environment
which could otherwise arise from
inappropriate waste handling. Please
contact your local authority for further
details of your nearest designated
collection point.
WARNING
Do not discard the packaging or any
part of it, or leave it unattended. It
can constitute a suffocation hazard
for children, especially the plastic
bags.
Penalties may be applicable for
incorrect disposal of this waste, in
accordance with national legislation.
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Environmental responsibility
Get to know your oven
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Control panel
Roof liner
Inside lights
Insert for the rotisserie rod
Rack and tray guide frames
Identification rating plate
Oven fan
Door seal
1
2
3
5
4
7
3
5
8
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„„Note
This illustration is for reference only.
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Wire rack (2 pieces):
Rotisserie frame:
Tray rack:
Rotisserie rod:
Oven tray (20 mm depth):
Plastic handle:
For holding cooking containers.
Part number: 844091603
Supports the rotisserie rod.
Part number: 848413650
To be placed over the top of the oven
trays; for cooking foods which may
drip. Part number: 844091542
For cooking chicken and all foods
which require uniform cooking over
their entire surface.
Part number: 698130112
For collecting fat from foods placed on
the tray rack above. For baking cakes,
pizza and oven desserts.
Part number: 480370571
Screws onto the Rotisserie rod.
Part number: 764290017
Telescopic oven guides, fitting
optional, (1 set):
These guides are designed to extend
with and support the oven trays for
ease of use. Please fit according to the
instructions supplied.
Part number: 698590990
Deep oven tray (40 mm depth):
For collecting fat from foods placed on
the tray rack above. For baking cakes,
pizza and oven deserts.
Part number: 480370545
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Accessories
Accessories
„„Notes
2. Use original Panasonic
1. Order original supplied and
accessories only.
optional accessories by phoning
our Customer Communications
Centre.
Using the rack or tray
The racks and trays are equipped
with a mechanical safety lock which
prevents them from being taken out
accidentally. To insert the rack or
tray correctly, check that the lock is
facing downwards (as shown in the
diagram).
To remove the rack or tray, lift the
front slightly. The mechanical lock
must always face the back of the
oven.
„„Note
Insert racks and trays fully into the
oven until they come to a stop.
Using the Tray rack
The Tray rack is inserted into the tray
(as shown in the diagram).
Foods can be cooked on the Tray
rack and the fat collected in the tray
below.
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Accessories
Using the rotisserie rod
When cooking with the rotisserie,
position the frame on the third runner
(see page 12 EN, Guide frames).
Once the frame is inserted, the
shaped part must sit facing outwards
(as shown in the figure).
So that you can handle the rod with
the food on it readily, screw on the
handle provided.
Then prepare the rotisserie rod
with the food, using the clip forks
provided.
Having prepared the rotisserie rod
with the food, position it on the guide
frame as shown in the figure.
Insert the rod into the hole (detail A)
so that it connects with the rotisserie
motor.
Make sure that the pin is placed
correctly on the Rotisserie frame
(detail B).
„„Note
The rotisserie starts cooking from a
cold oven. No preheat is necessary.
WARNING
4. After cooking with the rotisserie,
replace the plastic handle, and
remove the rotisserie accessory
from the oven within 15 seconds.
Unscrew the plastic handle as
soon as possible.
1. Ensure the Plastic handle is
removed before closing the door
and cooking with the rotisserie.
2. Use oven gloves and take care
when using the rotisserie as the
oven and accessories will be
extremely hot.
5. The Rotisserie rod and the Clip
Forks are very sharp and great
care should be taken both during
their use and their cleaning.
3. The deep oven tray must be in
runner position 1 before using the
rotisserie. This is to ensure hot fat
drips into the tray below.
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Using the oven
Before using the appliance
3. Before using the appliance for the
first time, remove all accessories
from the oven compartment and
wash them as indicated in “Cleaning
and maintenance page 38 EN”.
WARNING
1. Remove any labels (apart from the
technical data plate) from trays,
dripping pans and the cooking
compartment.
4. Heat the empty appliance to the
maximum temperature (TURBO
280°C for 15 - 20 mins.) in order to
remove any manufacturing residues
which could affect the food with
unpleasant odours.
2. Remove any protective film from the
outside or inside of the appliance,
including from accessories such as
trays.
General Description
Guide frames (Oven runners)
The oven features 5 runners for
positioning trays and racks at different
heights. The insertion heights are
indicated from the bottom upwards
(see figure).
Remove the guide frames when
cleaning and replacing the light bulb
(see page 40 EN, Removing guide
frames).
Telescopic oven guides, supplied can
be fitted to the guide frames. The
guides should be fitted according to the
instructions supplied with them.
Cooling system
The appliance is equipped with a
cooling system which comes into
operation as soon as a cooking
function starts. The fan causes a
steady outflow of air from above the
door which may continue for a brief
period of time even after the oven has
been turned off.
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Oven inside lights
The oven lights come on when the door is opened or any function or recipe is
selected, except for Rising
,
and
.
When set to ON, the oven lights can be switched on/off by pressing
.
Warnings and general
advice for usage
3. To prevent any steam in the
oven from causing problems,
open the door in two stages:
half open (5 cm approx.) for 4-5
seconds and then fully open. If
you need to access the food,
always leave the door open for
as short a time as possible to
prevent the temperature in the
oven from falling and ruining the
food.
WARNING
All cooking operations must be
carried out with the door closed.
„„Notes
1. During cooking, do not cover
the bottom of the oven with
aluminium or tin foil and do
not place pans or oven trays
on it as this may damage the
enamel coating. If you wish to
use greaseproof paper, place it
so that it will not interfere with
the hot air circulation inside the
oven.
2. For the best cooking results, we
recommend placing cookware
in the centre of the rack.
4. To prevent excessive amounts
of condensation from forming
on the internal glass, hot food
should not be left inside the
oven for too long after cooking.
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Using the oven
Using the oven
Description of the controls on the front panel
All the appliance’s control and monitoring devices are placed together on the front
panel.
ON/OFF Key
Central display
On-off key
Decrease
Function selection
Increase
Temperature setting
Minute timer
Duration timer
Clock set
Delay Start
Traditional
functions display
It indicates the current time, the remaining
cooking time or completion time.
Indicates the cooking temperature set or preset for the function selected.
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When the symbol is lit on the display it means:
If flashing, it indicates that the time
is being set. The symbol disappears
when the clock is set.
Minute timer countdown activated.
Duration timer activated.
Delay start activated.
ECO function on, (see page 25 EN,
Cooking with the oven). This also
shows during automatic cleaning,
(see page 42 EN, Pyrolysis:
automatic oven cleaning).
Rotisserie function.
Pyrolysis cleaning function on
(see page 42 EN).
Indicates that the appliance is in
“Demo” mode (see page 24 EN,
Secondary menu).
Indicates that the door lock is
activated.
Indicates that the child lock is
activated. (see page 24 EN,
Secondary menu).
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Using the oven
Using the oven
Operating modes
This appliance has two operating modes which can be activated with
.
Clock mode:
The appliance displays the current time (activated as soon as the current time has
been confirmed).
„„Notes
After two minutes without pressing any key the clock display will dim. The oven
will then be in stand-by mode.
Operating mode:
From the Clock display mode, press
once.
The touch-sensitive keys light up to indicate that it is now possible to select a
cooking or cleaning function.
„„Notes
If you do not select a function within 20 seconds, the oven switches over to the
Clock mode automatically.
After two minutes without pressing any key the oven will enter Clock mode and
the clock display will dim. The oven will then be in stand-by mode.
If the child lock has been activated (see page 24 EN), the display will lock after 1
minute without pressing any key, and
will be displayed. Hold down
for 3
seconds to temporarily deactivate the child lock and return to the Clock mode.
To temporarily release the lock during cooking, hold either
,
,
or
for 3
seconds. One minute after the last setting the lock will become active again.
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Using the oven
First use
On the first use, or after a power
lights up and,
failure,
will flash in the display. To be
and
able to start any cooking function, the
current time must be set.
Setting the current time
Press
or
to decrease or
increase the time shown.
Hold down the symbol in question
to increase or decrease rapidly. A
few seconds after the last button is
pressed, the colon separating the
hours from the minutes will flash to
indicate that the time is set, and
will be displayed.
„„Note
It may become necessary to change
the current time, for example for
daylight saving time. Starting from
Clock mode (see “page 16 EN,
Operating modes”), hold down
for 3 seconds to enter the time
adjustment mode and increase or
decrease the setting.
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Using the oven
Selecting a function
You can only select a function in the
Operating mode. Press the symbol
, using the
or
keys to select,
in sequence, one of the following
functions:
Eco
Circular
Static
Turbo
Grill
Fan-assisted bottom
Fan-assisted static
Rotisserie grill
Fan-assisted grill
Pyrolysis: See page
41 EN, automatic oven
cleaning.
Defrosting (30°C)
Rising (40°C)
Once the desired function has been
selected, the oven will begin cooking at
the pre-set temperature. Cooking itself
is preceded by a preheating stage,
which allows the oven to heat to the
cooking temperature more quickly.
flashes to indicate that this stage
is in progress. When the preheating
stage is over,
will remain lit steadily
and a buzzer will sound to indicate that
the food can be placed inside the oven.
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Using the oven
Modifying the preset temperature
The preset temperature for each
function can be changed to suit the
cooking requirements.
At any time while cooking is in
progress, press
then press
or
to increase or decrease the cooking
temperature by 5 degrees at a time.
(hold the key down for rapid increase
or decrease).
Defrosting and Rising functions can be
accessed by selecting the appropriate
temperature whilst in the Fan-assisted
grill function. (30°C for Defrosting
and 40°C for Rising, runners should
be used in position 1 from the bottom
when using these functions).
Switching the oven off
You can switch the oven off at any time
by pressing
and holding for at least
3 seconds. The appliance goes into
clock display mode.
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Using the oven
Using the
Minute timer
Press
to switch off the buzzer
(
flashes in the display; it is now
possible to set more countdown time
by pressing
or
).
WARNING
The timer does not stop the cooking
process. It only warns the user that
the preset number of minutes have
passed.
Adjusting the countdown time
The Minute timer can only be used
when the appliance is ON. Press
;
the digits
will appear steadily
on the display and
will flash.
Press
or
to modify the set
period. A few seconds after the last
change,
will stop flashing and the
countdown will restart from the new
value.
Once the countdown has started, press .
will start flashing.
Press the
or
keys to increase or
decrease the countdown time from
a minimum of 1 minute to a maximum
of 4 hours.
„„Note
Changing the cooking function will
not change the countdown setting
made previously.
A few seconds after the required
duration is set,
will stop flashing
and remain on; the countdown will
start.
At this point it is possible to select the
desired cooking function and wait for
the buzzer to sound, indicating that the
cooking time is over.
The buzzer will sound 10 beeps at 1
minute intervals for 2 minutes.
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When cooking has ended it is possible
to add more cooking time by pressing
or
.
Programmed cooking
Using the duration timer
„„Note
To extend the cooking time manually
(if the food has not been cooked
properly), press
again. The
appliance will resume its normal
operation with the previously selected
cooking settings.
The duration timer can be used
to program a cooking function, to
operate for a specific length of time.
Select a cooking function as described
on page 18 EN, Selecting a function.
Press the symbol
will show the digits
(flashing).
To completely switch off the appliance,
press
for 3 seconds.
. The display
and
Adjusting the cooking duration
Once programmed cooking has
started, its duration can be changed.
When the symbol
is displayed,
repeat the operations described above.
Press
or
to set the number of
minutes of cooking from 00:01 to 13:00
(hold down the symbols to increase or
decrease more quickly).
A few seconds after the desired
duration is set,
will stop flashing
and programmed cooking will start
from that moment.
„„Note
Changing the cooking temperature
will not change the countdown
setting made previously.
At the end, the word stop
will flash in the display, cooking will be
interrupted and a buzzer will sound
which can be deactivated by pressing .
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Using the oven
Using the oven
Programmed cooking
Using delay start
„„Notes
The Delay start function can be
used to set the end time of a
cooking operation which will start at
a later time.
Use of the delay start function is not
recommended for cooking operations
that require a preheated oven, such
as pizzas and cakes.
A few seconds after the last key is
pressed,
will stop flashing and from
that point the appliance will wait for the
cooking start time.
Select a cooking function as described
on page 18 EN, Selecting a function.
Press the symbol
will show the digits
(flashing).
CAUTION
For safety reasons, when setting
programmed cooking using delay
start a cooking duration must be
programmed first and then set the
cooking end time. It is not possible
to set the cooking end time by itself
without setting the cooking duration.
During the delay before starting it is
not possible to select another cooking
function.
. The display
and
When cooking is complete, the word
stop
Press
or
to set the number of
minutes of cooking from 00:01 to 13:00
(hold down the symbols to increase or
decrease more quickly). After selecting
the desired time period press the
symbol
.
will stop flashing.
will flash in the display, cooking will be
interrupted and a buzzer will sound
which can be silenced by pressing
.
will flash and the cooking end time
will be displayed. Change the cooking
end time with
or
.
It is also possible to select a different
cooking time whilst in the programmed
cooking mode by pressing
, then
or
.
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Using the oven
To extend the cooking time manually
(if the food has not been cooked
properly), press
. The appliance will
resume its normal operation with the
previously selected cooking settings.
To completely switch off the appliance,
press
for 3 seconds.
Adjusting the cooking end time
When the symbols
and
are
steady, repeat the operations described
above.
„„Note
Once cooking has been programmed
and before it starts, the selected
function keys will remain lit, as will
the symbols
and
.
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Using the oven
Secondary menu
Demo mode
(for exhibitors only)
The appliance also has a concealed
secondary menu to:
Activating this mode disables all the
heating elements so that only the
control panel works.
and ‘d’ will
appear in the display.
 Activate or deactivate the child lock.
 Activate or deactivate Demo mode
(which disables all the heating
elements so that only the control
panel works).
 Activate or deactivate low power
mode.
When the appliance is set to ON, hold
down
for approx. 5 seconds.
To use the oven normally, set this
mode to OFF.
Press
or
to change the setting
status (On / OFF or Hi/Lo).
Press
Low power mode
to move to the next setting.
Activating this mode will reduce the
power used by the appliance to about
2100 W.
Wait 3 seconds to exit from the menu
setting.
Po: Hi;
normal power
Child lock mode
By activating this mode, after one
minute of operation without any
intervention from the user, the controls
will automatically be locked, indicated
by
lighting up.
To temporarily release the lock during
cooking, hold either
,
,
or
for 3 seconds. One minute after the
last setting the lock will become active
again.
„„Note
Po: Lo;
low power
Activating low power mode means
that cooking times can be extended.
„„Note
If any keys are pressed the letter “L”
will be displayed for 5 seconds.
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Types of heating mode
Fan-assisted static:
The operation of the fan,
combined with traditional cooking,
ensures uniform cooking even with
complex recipes. Perfect for biscuits
and cakes, even when simultaneously
cooked on two levels. (For cooking on
two levels, you are advised to use the
2nd and 4th runners.)
Eco:
The fan is particularly suitable
for cooking small quantities of food, as
it provides low energy consumption.
Static:
As the heat comes from the
top and bottom at the same time,
this system is particularly suitable
for certain types of food. Traditional
cooking, also known as static or
thermal radiation cooking, is suitable
for cooking just one dish at a time.
Perfect for all types of roasts, bread
and cakes and for fatty meats such as
goose and duck.
Fan-assisted grill:
The air produced by the
fan softens the strong heat wave
generated by the grill, giving perfect
grilling results even with very thick
foods. Perfect for large cuts of meat
(e.g. shin of pork).
Defrosting:
For defrosting set the
temperature to 30°C, defrosting times
will vary according to quantity. Rapid
defrosting is helped by switching on
the fan and the top heating element
to ensure uniform distribution of lowtemperature air inside the oven.
Grill:
The heat coming from the grill
element gives perfect grilling results,
especially for thin and medium
thickness meat. Perfect for sausages,
ribs and bacon.
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Cooking with the oven
Cooking with the oven
Types of heating mode
Turbo:
The combination of fan-assisted
cooking and traditional cooking enables
different foods to be cooked on several
levels extremely quickly and efficiently,
without any transfer of smells and
flavours.
Rising:
For rising set the temperature to
40°C, rising times will vary according
to quantity. The rising function, using
the heat coming from the top, makes
it possible to raise all types of dough,
guaranteeing perfect results quickly.
Perfect for large volumes that need
intense cooking. (For cooking on two
levels, you are advised to use the 2nd
and 4th runners.)
Turn the oven lights off when using
the rising function. Leaving the lights
on will cause the oven temperature to
increase. To check the food turn the
oven lights on briefly by pressing
.
Fan-assisted bottom:
The combination of the fan with
just the lower heating element allows
cooking to be completed more rapidly.
This system is recommended for
sterilising or for finishing off the cooking
of foods which are already well-cooked
on the surface, but not inside, which
therefore need a little more heat.
Perfect for any type of food.
Circular:
The combination of the fan and
the circular element (incorporated in
the rear of the oven) enables different
foods to be cooked on several levels,
as long as they need the same
temperature and cooking time. Hot air
circulation ensures instant and uniform
distribution of heat. It will be possible,
for instance, to cook fish, vegetables
and biscuits simultaneously
(on different levels) without mixing
aromas and flavours. (For cooking on
two levels, you are advised to use the
2nd and 4th runners.)
Rotisserie grill:
The rotisserie functions in
combination with the grill
element allowing to perfectly brown
food. This function enables large
quantities of food, particularly meat, to
be grilled evenly.
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Cooking advice and
instructions
Advice for cooking cake and
biscuits
Use dark metal moulds for cakes: they
help to absorb the heat better.
General advice
We recommend preheating the oven
before putting the food in. Do not
place foods inside the oven until
on the display stops flashing and
the beep has sounded to confirm that
the programmed temperature has been
reached.
The temperature and the cooking
duration depend on the quality and
consistency of the mixture.
Check whether the cake is cooked right
through: at the end of the cooking time,
insert a metal skewer into the highest
point of the cake then withdraw it. If
the batter does not stick to the metal
skewer, the cake is cooked.
For cooking on several levels, we
recommend using a fan-assisted
function to achieve uniform cooking at
all heights.
If the cake collapses when it comes out
of the oven, on the next occasion
reduce the set temperature by about
10°C, selecting a longer cooking time if
necessary.
In general, it is not possible to shorten
the cooking times by increasing the
temperature (the food could be welldone on the outside and underdone on
the inside).
When cooking desserts or vegetables
an excess of condensation may form
on the glass. To prevent this, open the
door a couple of times during cooking,
taking great care.
Advice for cooking meat
Cooking times, especially for meat,
vary according to the thickness and
quality of the food and to consumer
taste.
We recommend using a meat
thermometer when roasting meat.
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English
Cooking with the oven
Cooking with the oven
Advice for defrosting and rising
Advice for cooking with the Grill
and the Fan-assisted grill
We recommend positioning frozen
foods in a lidless container on the first
runner of the oven.
Using the Grill function, meat
can be grilled even when it is
put into the oven cold; preheating is
recommended if you wish to change
the effect of the cooking.
The food must be defrosted without its
wrapping.
Lay out the foodstuffs in a single layer
to be defrosted evenly, not overlapping.
With the Fan-assisted
grill function, however, we
recommend that you preheat the oven
before grilling.
When defrosting meat, we recommend
using a rack positioned on the second
runner with the food on it and a tray
positioned on the first runner. In this
way, the liquid from the defrosting food
drains away from the food.
If it is set to low power mode (see
page 24 EN, Low power mode), we
recommend that food is only placed in
the centre of the rack.
The most delicate parts can be covered
with aluminium foil.
For successful rising, kneaded dough
needs to prove until it has doubled in
size. We recommend using the rising
40°C function for best results. Please
refer to recipes on page 37 EN for
further information.
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English
Cooking with the oven
To save energy
To save energy during use of the
appliance, the following instructions
may be followed:

Reduce any opening of the door
to a minimum to avoid heat
dispersal.

Switch off the internal oven light
during cooking (see page 13 EN,
Oven inside lights).

When the appliance is not in use,
switch it off completely by setting
it to Clock display mode (see page
16 EN, Operating modes).

Use the ECO function for cooking
small quantities of food.

Activate low power mode
(see page 24 EN, Low power
mode).

Keep the inside of the appliance
clean at all times.
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Cooking with the oven
Cooking Charts
Type of Food
Pasta
Lasagne
Lasagne
Oven baked pasta
Oven baked pasta
Roasted Meat
Beef (rare)
Beef (medium)
Pork loin
Lamb (medium)
Pork shoulder
Chicken pieces
Chicken (whole)
Duck (whole)
Weight
(g)
3000
1500
2000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1500
2000
Turkey
3000
Grilled Meat
Pork chops (4)
600
Beef steak (2)
500
Sausages (8)
450
Chicken breasts (4)
600
(skin on)
Lamb chops (8)
600
Burgers (4)
450
Meatballs (12)
360
Rotisserie (No preheat required)
Chicken
2000
Chicken
1200
Function
Static
Fan-assisted Static
Turbo
Static
Fan-assisted Grill
Grill
Rotisserie Grill
Fish
Salmon fillets (4)
800
Sea bass (2) (whole)
400
Sea bass (1) (whole)
200
Fan-assisted Static
Circular
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Accessory
Wire rack
Tray rack & Oven tray
Runner
Position
Temp °C
Time (Minutes)
1
1
1
1
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
35-45
20-30
20-30
15-25
1
1
2
2
2
3
2
180-190
180-190
180-190
180-190
180-190
180-190
190-200
50-60
60-70
70-80
60-70
100-110
30-40
60-70
2
1
Tray rack & Oven tray
Rotisserie frame &
Rotisserie rod &
Deep oven tray
Tray rack & Oven tray
160 then 220
190- 200
120 then 25
120-140
4
4
3
250-280
250-280
250-280
Side 1
7-9
4-7
7-9
2
250-280
25-30
4
4
3
250-280
250-280
250-280
4-6
8-10
7-9
3&1
250
70-80
3&1
250
60-70
2
160-170
25-35
3
190-210
20-25
3
190-210
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Side 2
5-7
4-7
5-7
4-6
8-10
5-7
15-20
Cooking with the oven
Cooking Charts
Weight
Function
(g)
Breads (Refer to recipes on page 28 EN, advice for rising)
Bread (loaf)
–
Type of Food
Bread (rolls)
–
Rising
Circular
Pizza
–
Fan-assisted Static
Focaccia
–
Rising
Turbo
Brioche
Croissants
–
–
Cakes, Pastry and puddings
Light sponge cake
–
Fruit cake
Meringue
Chocolate cake
Ring cake
Small cakes
Cookies
Chocolate brownie
Jam tarts
Éclair
Rice pudding
Apple pie
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Fruit tart
–
Circular
Fan-assisted Static
Turbo
Static
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Accessory
Deep oven tray
Deep oven tray & Oven tray
Wire rack
Oven Tray
Deep oven tray
Wire rack
Oven tray
Wire rack
Deep oven tray & Oven tray
Wire rack
Wire rack
Oven tray
Wire rack
Wire rack
Runner
Position
Temp °C
Time (Minutes)
2
190-200
25-30
2
2
160-170
160-170
25-30
30-40
2&4
190-200
15-20
1
250-280
10-13
2
180-190
20-25
2
150-160
45-50
2
2
3
2
2&4
2&4
3
2
2
2
3
140-150
100-110
160-170
180-200
170-180
170-180
170-190
160-170
150-160
160-170
170-180
120-160
90-110
25-35
30-40
25-35
15-20
30-40
20-25
45-50
60-70
50-60
2
200-210
25-35
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Recipes
ingredients
M ak es 12 Cookie s
B as ic Co o kie Dough:
10 0 g b utter
10 0 g cas t e r sugar
1 eg g , b eaten
1 7 5 g pl ain flour
Var iat io n:
Ch o co lat e C hunk
7 5 g wh it e chocolate,
chop p ed
7 5 g dark ch ocolate,
chop p ed
Cookies
1. Preheat oven on FAN-ASSISTED STATIC 170 - 180°C.
2. Cream together the butter and sugar until pale then beat in the egg.
3. Mix in the flour until well combined and if using add the chocolate.
4. Place walnut-sized spoonful’s of dough well apart on a greased
baking sheet, flatten slightly with a fork.
5. Place in oven and cook on FAN-ASSISTED STATIC 170 - 180°C.
for 15 - 20 mins or until golden.
6. Remove from the Oven trays and allow to cool on a wire rack.
D ish : B ak in g she e ts,
gre a se d
Ac c esso ries: O v e n tra y
an d Deep o ve n tra y,
g reased ( ru n ne r 2& 4)
ingredients
Makes 1 ca ke
1 7 5 g b utter
1 7 5 g cas t er sugar
3 eg g s, b eaten
1 7 5 g s elf rais ing flour
5 ml van illa essence
Dish : 2 0 c m c a ke tins,
g reased and line d
Ac c esso ries: Wire ra ck
( runne r 2)
ingredients
Makes 24 ca ke s
F o r Small cakes refer to
“L igh t Spon g e Cake ” ab ove
f or in g redien t s an d method to
make t h e cake b atter
Fro st ing :
14 0 g bu t t er, softened
2 8 0 g icing sugar
1 -2 tb sp m ilk
few dro ps fo o d c olour ing
(op tional)
Dish : 2 x 1 2 h o le bun tins
2 4 p ap er c ake ca se s
Acc esso ries: O ven tra y a nd
Deep o ve n tra y
( ru n ne r 2& 4)
Light Sponge Cake
1. Preheat oven on CIRCULAR 150 - 160°C with the Wire rack in
position.
2. Cream together butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
3. Add the eggs a little at a time, beating well after each addition. Add
the vanilla essence and beat well.
4. Fold in the flour, using a metal spoon.
5. Spoon the mixture into the tins and level with a knife.
6. Place the tin in the centre of the Wire rack. Cook on CIRCULAR
150 - 160°C for 45 - 50 mins, or until golden and spongy to touch.
Small Cakes
1. Preheat oven on FAN-ASSISTED STATIC 170 - 180°C with Oven
trays in position.
2. Follow steps above to produce a light sponge cake mixture.
3. Fill the paper cases two thirds full with mixture.
4. Cook on FAN-ASSISTED STATIC 170 - 180°C for 25 - 35 mins, or
until golden and firm to touch.
Frosting:
1. Beat the butter in a large bowl until soft.
2. Add half of the icing sugar and beat until smooth.
3. Add the remaining icing sugar and one tablespoon of the milk
and beat the mixture until creamy and smooth. Beat in the milk, if
necessary, to loosen the mixture.
4. If using, stir in the food colouring until well combined and even.
Divide the mixture evenly between the cakes.
5. Ensure cakes are completely cooled before topping with frosting.
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Recipes
Fruit Tart
1. Preheat oven on STATIC 200 - 210°C with the Wire rack in position.
2. Line the dish with pastry.
3. Pour in the apple compote and then place the peeled cored and
thinly sliced apple in a rosette shape.
4. Cook on STATIC 200 - 210°C for 25 - 35 mins.
5. When cooked remove from the dish and leave to cool on a cooling
rack.
6. Mix the apricot jam with a 1 tbsp of water, heat slightly until runny.
7. Brush the apricot mixture over the top of the tart.
ingredients
Makes 1 tar t
2-3 e a tin g a pple s
250 g a pple c om pote 1 x roll of swe e t sh or t c r u st
pa str y, u n c ook e d
2 tbsp A pr ic ot ja m Di s h : F l an d i s h (30 cm)
2.5 l i tres cap aci ty
Acces s o r i es : W i re r ack
(r u n n er 2)
8. Leave to set before cooling.
Fruit Cake
1. Preheat oven on CIRCULAR 140 - 150°C with the Wire rack in
position.
2. Prepare the tin by lining with a double layer of greaseproof paper
on the inside and tie a double band of brown paper around the
outside.
3. Cream the butter and sugar until pale and fluffy.
4. Add the eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition.
5. Fold in half the flour using a metal spoon, then fold in the rest.
6. Stir in the almonds. Mix in the sherry, and then add the peel, cherries, raisins, currants, nuts, lemon zest, spice and vanilla. Stir in the
baking powder.
7. Spoon mixture into the tin and spread evenly, removing all air pockets. Make a small dip in the centre.
8. Place tin on the Wire rack and cook on CIRCULAR 140 - 150°C
for 120 - 135 mins. until a skewer inserted in the middle comes out
clean. Leave cake to cool in tin.
9. When completely cold wrap well in cling film and foil to store until
ready to decorate. The cake will keep for several months.
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ingredients
Makes 1 cake
225 g bu tte r
or m a r ga r in e 225 g da r k m u sc ova do
su ga r 225 g pla in f lou r 4 e ggs, be a te n 50 g grou n d a lm on ds
100 m l sh e r r y
or br a n dy
75 g c a n die d pe e l
75 g gla c e c h e r r ie s,
rou gh ly c h oppe d
250 g c u r r a n ts
250 g r a isin s
100 g pe c a n n u ts,
brok e n in to pie c e s
f in e ly gr a te d ze st of 1
le m on 7.5 m l m ixe d spic e 2.5 m l va n illa e sse n c e 2.5 m l ba k in g powde r
Di s h : 20 cm ro u n d ti n ,
g reas ed an d l i n ed
Acces s o r i es : W i re r ack
(r u n n er 2)
Recipes
ingredients
M ak es 1 ca ke
10 0 g plain flo u r, sieved
1 5 g coco a p owd er
3 ml bakin g p owd er
2 ml bicarbo n at e of sod a
4 0 g b utter
5 0 g cas t e r sugar
10 0 g g o lden sy r up
1 eg g , b eaten
45 m l m ilk
F ro st ing :
10 0 g icin g s u gar, siev ed
25 g co co a p owd er
4 0 g b utter
3 0 m l water
50 g cas t e r sugar
5 0 g plain ch oco lat e , gr ated
Dish : 1 8 c m sq u a re ca ke
tin , g reased and line d
Acc esso ries: Wi re ra ck
( runne r 3)
ingredients
Makes 6 Écla irs
Ch ou x Pastr y:
5 0 g b utter
1 5 0 m l water
6 5 g plain flo ur sifted
2 eg g s , ligh t ly b eaten
É clair s:
15 0 ml wh ippin g cream
1 0 0 g icin g s u gar, siev ed
10 ml co co a p owd er
1 5 ml h ot water
T h is recipe is m ost
s u cces s fu l w h en m ixed b y
hand
D ish : b akin g she e t,
gre a se d
Ac c esso ries: O v e n tra y
( runne r 2)
Chocolate Cake
1. Preheat oven on CIRCULAR 160 - 170°C with the Wire rack in
position.
2. Place flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and bicarbonate of soda
in a bowl.
3. Melt the butter, sugar and syrup together. This can be done using a
microwave or on the hob in a bain-marie. Stir into dry ingredients.
4. Gradually add egg and milk, beating well.
5. Pour into tin and cook on CIRCULAR 160 - 170°C for 25 - 35 mins.
6. Remove from the Oven trays and allow to cool on a wire rack.
Frosting:
1. Combine icing sugar and cocoa powder in a bowl.
2. Melt the butter, water and sugar together. This can be done using a
microwave or on the hob in a bain-marie.
3. Pour onto the dry ingredients and mix well to make a smooth
coating mixture.
4. Spread frosting mixture over top of cake and sprinkle with grated
chocolate.
Éclairs
1. Melt the butter and water together. This can be done using a
microwave or on the hob in a bain-marie, heat until bubbling.
2. Immediately tip in all the flour and beat well until mixture is smooth.
Allow to cool slightly.
3. Beat in eggs one at a time, beating vigorously until mixture is smooth
and glossy.
4. Place the choux pastry into a piping bag fitted with a plain 1 cm
nozzle.
5. Pipe fingers 9 cm long on lightly greased, slightly wetted baking sheet.
6. Preheat oven on TURBO 150 - 160°C with the oven tray in runner 2.
7. Place baking sheet on the oven tray. Cook on TURBO 150 - 160°C for
approx. 45 - 50 mins.
8. Pierce each eclair and return for a further 5 - 10 mins. to crisp if
necessary. When cooked cool on a wire rack.
9. Whip the cream until stiff and fill the eclairs.
10.Dissolve cocoa in hot water and stir into icing sugar, beating well until
smooth, add extra water if required.
11.Ice the filled eclairs and leave until set.
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Focaccia
ingredients
1. In a large bowl, combine the flour, yeast, and salt.
Makes 1 l o af
400 g stron g bre a d f lou r
1 sa c h e t dr ie d ye a st
5 m l su ga r 10 m l sa lt
80 g olive oil
3-5 tbsp wa r m wa te r
10 m l c oa r se se a sa lt
Di s h : 25 cm ro u n d ti n
Acces s o r i es : Deep o v en tr ay
(r u n n er 2)
2. Gradually add 75 g of olive oil and 3 - 5 tbsp of warm water until
you have a soft dough.
3. Turn onto a floured surface and knead for 10 mins.
4. Place in a greased bowl, Cover and prove until the dough has
doubled in size in a warm place or on RISING 40°C.
5. Knock back the dough and knead again for a few minutes.
6. Press the dough into a greased 25 cm round tin, cover and prove
in a warm place or place the tin in the Deep oven tray in the oven to
prove on RISING 40°C for approx. 30 mins.
7. Preheat oven on TURBO 180 - 190°C with the Deep oven tray in
runner position 2.
8. Dimple the surface of the dough. Drizzle with the remaining olive oil
and sprinkle with coarse sea salt.
9. Place in oven and cook on TURBO 180 - 190°C for 20 - 25 mins or
until golden.
10.Carefully remove from the tin and leave to cool on a rack.
Standard Bread / Bread Rolls
ingredients
1. In a large bowl, combine the flour, yeast and salt. Rub in the butter
or margarine. Add the warm water then mix to a dough.
5. Cover and prove until the dough has doubled in size in a warm
place or place in the oven to prove on RISING 40°C.
Makes 1 l o af o r 12 ro l l s
450 g stron g bre a d f lou r
1 sa c h e t dr ie d ye a st
5 m l sa lt
15 g bu tte r or m a r ga r in e
275 m l wa r m wa te r
For W hol e me a l Bre a d
Use 225 g e a c h of
wh ole m e a l a n d stron g wh ite
bre a d f lou r.
7. Place baking trays in oven and cook on CIRCULAR 190 - 200°C for
25 - 30 mins for a loaf or 15 - 20 mins for rolls or until golden.
For G r a na r y Bre a d
Use 450 g gr a n a r y f lou r
in ste a d of stron g wh ite
bre a d f lou r.
2. Turn onto a floured surface and knead for 10 mins.
3. For 1 loaf mould into the desired shape on a greased tray.
4. For rolls divide into 12 and shape into rolls. Place on the greased
Oven trays.
6. Preheat the oven on CIRCULAR 190 - 200°C. Glaze bread with
beaten egg and sprinkle with seeds, if desired.
Acces s o r i es : Deep Ov en
tr ay an d Ov en tr ay
(r u n n er 2 o r 2&4)
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Recipes
Cleaning and maintenance
Food stains or residues
CAUTION
Do not use steel sponges or sharp
scrapers as they will damage the
surface.
Never use a steam cleaner for
cleaning the appliance.
Cleaning stainless steel
Use normal non-abrasive products and
a wooden or plastic tool if necessary.
Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft
cloth or a microfibre cloth.
To keep stainless steel in good
condition it should be cleaned regularly
after use. Allow to cool first.
Do not allow residues of sugary foods
(such as jam) to set inside the oven
since they might damage the enamel
lining of the oven.
Cleaning the glass of the lid
To keep the glass surfaces in good
condition they should be cleaned
regularly after every use of the oven.
Allow to cool first.
Ordinary daily cleaning
To clean and preserve the surfaces,
always use only specific products that
do not contain abrasives or chlorinebased acids.
How to use: pour the product onto a
damp cloth and wipe the surface, rinse
thoroughly and dry with a soft rag or
microfibre cloth.
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Cleaning the door glazing
Cleaning the inside of the
oven
The glass in the door should always be
kept thoroughly clean. Use absorbent
kitchen roll; remove stubborn dirt
with a damp sponge and an ordinary
detergent.
For the best oven upkeep, clean it
regularly after having allowed it to cool.
 Take out all removable parts.
CAUTION
 Clean the oven racks with hot water
and non-abrasive detergent. Rinse
and dry.
Do not use abrasive or corrosive
cleaners for cleaning the door
glazing. (e.g. powder products, oven
cleaner sprays, stain removers and
metal scouring pads).
 For easier cleaning, the door can
be removed (see page 45 EN,
Removing the door).
Do not use rough or abrasive
materials or sharp metal scrapers to
clean the oven’s glass doors since
they may scratch the surface.
„„Note
The oven should be operated at
the maximum heat setting for 15-20
minutes after use of specific cleaning
products, to burn off the residues left
inside the oven.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning and maintenance
Removing guide frames
Removing the guide frames makes it
easier to clean the side parts, and it
also needs to be done whenever the
automatic cleaning cycle is used (see
page 41 EN, Pyrolysis: automatic oven
cleaning).
 To remove the guide frames, pull the
frame towards the inside of the oven
to unhook it from its housing A, then
slide it out of the seats at the back
B.
 When cleaning is complete, reverse
the above procedures to return the
guide frames into position.
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Pyrolysis: automatic oven
cleaning
Before starting the automatic
cleaning cycle
Pyrolysis may be carried out at any
time of the day or night (if you wish to
benefit from the lower cost of electricity
overnight).
Pyrolysis is an automatic hightemperature cleaning procedure which
causes dirt to dissolve. Thanks to this
process, it is possible to clean the
inside of the oven very easily.
 Completely remove all accessories
from inside the oven. The roof liner
is not considered an accessory and
must therefore be kept inside the
oven.
„„Notes
During the first automatic cleaning
cycle, unpleasant smells may occur
due to the normal evaporation of oily
manufacturing substances. This is
an absolutely normal phenomenon
which disappears after the first
cleaning cycle.
 Remove the guide frames, see
“page 40 EN, Removing guide
frames”.
Before starting the automatic
cleaning cycle, make sure that the
oven does not contain any foods or
large spills from previous cooking
operations.
During the pyrolysis cycle, a door
locking device makes it impossible to
open the door.
WARNING
If the oven is installed underneath a
hob, make sure that the burners or
electric plates remain off during the
automatic cleaning cycle.
During the ‘Pyrolytic’ cleaning cycle
hot air may be exhausted from the
vent above the door.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning and maintenance
About one minute after the cleaning
cycle (Pyrolysis) starts, the door lock
device will be tripped, preventing the
door from being opened.
will light
up to indicate that the locking device
has been activated.
Setting the cleaning cycle
Make sure that the oven door is firmly
closed.
In ON mode (see page 16 EN,
Operating modes), press the
key
using either
or
to select one of
the two cleaning cycles between
and
.
At the end of the cleaning cycle the
locking device will remain active until
the temperature inside the oven has
reached a safety threshold. When the
oven has cooled down, collect the
residues from automatic cleaning with
a damp microfibre cloth.
To start the cleaning cycle (Pyrolysis), must be pressed.
will light up
to indicate that it is now possible to set
the cycle duration for
.
At the end of the cleaning cycle, when
the oven has cooled down, reinsert
the frames by following the removal
procedure in reverse order.
Press
or
to increase or
decrease the duration of the cycle
between a minimum of 2 hours and a
maximum of 3 hours (apart from the
cycle where the duration
is set at 2 hours).The selected time
is confirmed 3 seconds after the last
button is pressed.
To select a delayed cleaning cycle,
after selecting the duration, proceed
as for a normal programmed cooking
operation, (see page 22 EN, Using
delay start), the principle is the same.
After the cleaning cycle and time is
confirmed, the lights turn off and Pyro
will appear in the display.
„„Notes
It is not possible to select any
functions once the door locking
device has been activated. Wait for to go out.
If it should be necessary to interrupt
the cleaning function, switch the
appliance off completely by pressing
the symbol
for 3 seconds.
The time remaining to the end of the
cleaning cycle will also be displayed.
If the door is open, the cleaning
cycle will not start. Make sure that
the word
is shown in the
display.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Refer to the following diagram for
setting the cleaning cycle duration:
CLEANING
Eco Pyro
Pyro
Light Dirt - Heavy Dirt
2:00
2:00 - 3:00
DURATION (hours)
At the end of pyrolysis, the fans will
continue to operate for long enough to
avoid overheating the walls of adjacent
units and the front of the oven.
During the automatic cleaning cycle,
the fans produce a more intense level
of noise due to a greater rotation
speed; this is entirely normal and
intended to facilitate heat dissipation.
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Special maintenance
The oven may require special
maintenance or replacement of
parts subject to wear such as seals,
bulbs, etc. The following instructions
describe how to carry out these minor
maintenance operations.
Remove the bulb by sliding it out as
shown.
Before any intervention that requires
access to live parts, disconnect the
appliance from the power supply.
Replacing the light bulb
The bulbs are halogen, so do not touch
them directly with your fingers, wrap
them in an insulating material.
WARNING
Ensure that the appliance is
disconnected from the power supply
before replacing the lamp, to avoid
the possibility of electric shock.
Replace the bulb with one of the same
type G9 Halogen (40 W / 230 V).
Replace the cover correctly, so that the
moulded part of the glass is facing the
door.
If a light bulb needs to be replaced
because it is worn or burnt out, remove
the guide frames; see “page 40 EN,
Removing guide frames”.
„„Note
Press the cover down as far as it will
go so that it attaches completely to
the bulb support.
Then carefully remove the bulb cover
using a suitable tool (e.g. a flat bladed
screwdriver).
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Special maintenance
Removing the door
With pins
1. Open the door completely. Insert the
two pins (supplied) into the holes on
the two hinges, marked A.
3. To reassemble the door, put the
hinges in the relevant slots in the
oven, making sure that grooved
sections B are resting completely in
the slots. Lower the door and once it
is in place remove the pins from the
holes in the hinges.
A
B
2. Grasp the door on both sides with
both hands, lift it forming an angle of
around 30° and remove it.
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Special maintenance
Removing the internal glass
panels
The glass in the door should always
be kept thoroughly clean. To facilitate
cleaning, it is possible to remove the
door (see page 45 EN, Removing the
door) and place it on a canvas, or open
it and lock the hinges in order to extract
the glass panels.
The glass panels of the door can be
completely removed by following the
instructions provided below.
WARNING
Before removing the glass panels,
make sure that at least one of the
door’s hinges has been locked in the
open position as described on “page
45 EN, Removing the door”. This
operation may have to be repeated
during the glass removal process if
the door is accidentally freed.
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Special maintenance
1 - Removing the internal glass
panel:
Remove the internal glass panel
by pulling it upwards, following the
movement indicated by the arrows.
Doing this detaches the 4 pins attached
to the glass from their slots in the oven
door.
2 - Removing the middle glass
panels:
There are two middle glass panels,
attached using 4 small locks. Remove
the middle panels by lifting them
upwards.
3 - Cleaning:
It is now possible to clean the external
glass panel and the panels removed
previously. Use absorbent kitchen roll.
In the case of stubborn dirt, wash with
a damp sponge and neutral detergent.
4 - Replacing the glass panels:
Replace the panels in the reverse
order to which they were removed.
Reposition the internal glass panel,
taking care to centre and insert the 4
pins attached to the glass into their
slots in the oven door by applying slight
pressure.
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Special maintenance
What to do if...
The oven display is
completely off.
Check the mains power supply.
The oven does not heat up.
Check whether it has been set in “Demo” mode,
for further details see “page 24 EN, Secondary
menu”.
Check whether an omnipolar switch upstream of
the oven supply line is in the “ON” position.
The cooking times are longer Check whether the “low power” mode has
than those indicated in the
been set, for further details see “page 24 EN,
cooking charts.
Secondary menu”.
After the automatic
“pyrolysis” cleaning cycle it
is not possible to select a
function.
Verify whether the door locking device has
switched off. If it has not, the oven has a protection
device that does not allow functions to be selected
while the door locking device is active. This is
because the temperature inside the oven is still
too high to permit any type of cooking.
The display shows Err 4.
The door lock has not engaged with the door. This
might be because the door was accidentally open
during its activation. Press the On-off key to return
to Clock mode. Wait a few minutes for the oven to
cool before re-selecting a cleaning cycle.
If the door is opened during
a fan assisted function, the
internal fan stops.
This is not a fault. It is a normal operation of the
appliance, useful when cooking foods in order to
avoid excessive heat escaping. When the door is
closed, the oven will return to normal operation.
The cooling fan continues to
turn after the oven is turned
off.
The fan turns off automatically when the electronic
components have cooled sufficiently. If the fan
continues and does not stop after the oven has
cooled down please contact an authorised service
centre.
The oven has an odour and
generates smoke when in
use.
It is recommended to clean the oven using the
Pyrolytic cleaning function on a regular basis. This
will burn off any food residue or oil which may
cause an odour and/or smoking. See page 41 EN.
„„Note
If the problem has not been resolved or in the case of other types of fault,
contact an authorised service centre.
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Power Source English
Technical specifications
220-240 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption:
Maximum; 3000 W
Grill; 2800 W
Convection; 2100 W
Output: Grill Heater; 2700 W
Convection Heater; 2000 W
Outside Dimensions:
597 mm (W) x 570 mm (D)
x 592 mm (H)
Oven Cavity Dimensions:
460 mm (W) x 425 mm (D)
x 360 mm (H)
Uncrated Weight:
43 kg
Specifications are subject to
change without notice.
This equipment complies with EN/IEC
61000-3-11 provided that the system
impedance Zmax is less than or equal
to the values corresponding to each
model as shown in the table below at
the interface point between the user’s
supply and the public system. Consult
with the supply authority for the system
impedance Zmax.
Zmax
HL-BT62S
HL-BT62B
0.344 Ω
0.344 Ω
Manufactured by: Panasonic Corporation, Osaka, Japan
Importer: Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Contact: Panasonic Testing Centre
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg,
Germany
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Installation instructions
Electrical connection
The identification rating plate bearing
the technical data, serial number and
brand name is visibly positioned on the
appliance (see page 8 EN).
Do not remove this plate for any
reason.
The appliance must be connected
to earth in compliance with electrical
system safety regulations.
A fixed connection is to be used, fitting
the power line with an omnipolar circuit
breaker with a contact opening gap
equal to or greater than 3 mm, in an
easily accessible position close to the
appliance.
The wires in the mains lead fitted to this
appliance are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green and Yellow - Earth (E)
Blue - Neutral (N)
Brown - Live (L)
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Installation instructions
Fixing the appliance to a
cabinet
Place the appliance into the cabinet
and remove the screw caps from the
fixing plugs as shown.
Attach the appliance to the cabinet with
the provided screws and washers as
shown. The mounting plugs will allow
for fixing of the screws at an angle of
30°. Push the screw caps back onto
the mounting plugs.
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Installation instructions
Positioning the oven
CAUTION
Never use the oven door to lever the
oven into place when fitting. Avoid
exerting too much pressure on the
oven door when open.
We recommend installing the oven
with the help of a second person.
The base on which the oven is
resting must be complete as shown
in the illustration.
The oven is designed for mounting
into any piece of furniture as long as it
is heat-resistant. The adjacent figure
shows the general dimensions of the
appliance.
When installing in tall units,
comply with the dimensions shown in
paragraph “page 53 EN, Positioning in
tall units”, bearing in mind that the top/
rear of the unit must have an opening
35-40 mm deep throughout the height
of the tall unit and provision for air inlet
situated in the plinth.
For installing under a worktop,
follow the dimensions given in diagram
“page 53 EN, Positioning underneath
worktops”.
For under worktop installation, make
sure the back of the cabinet has an
opening of about 60 mm (as shown on
page 53 EN).
To position and fasten a hob above
this oven, see the relevant instructions
enclosed with that type of appliance.
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Installation instructions
Positioning underneath worktops
490-500
560
Positioning in tall units
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