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Operating / Installation Instructions
Built-in Electric Oven
Model No. HL-PF697S
HL-PF697B
HL-PF697S
FOR DOMESTIC USE ONLY
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: Before operating this appliance, please
read these instructions carefully and keep for future reference.
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic appliance.
English
Contents
Operating Instructions .................4-52
■ Plate Warming ........................ 27
Safety Instructions ............................4-8
■ Child Lock ............................... 28
Disposal of Waste Products ................ 9
■ Oven Lighting ......................... 28
Energy Saving Tips ............................. 9
■ Kitchen Timer ......................... 28
Before Using Your Oven .................... 10
■ General Settings ........................ 29
Features and Functions ................11-12
■ Language ............................... 29
Oven Equipment and Accessories .... 13
■ Time ....................................... 29
General Controls ............................... 14
■ Display .................................... 29
Using the Appliance ......................15-29
■ Sound ..................................... 29
■ Switching on the appliance
for the first time .......................... 15
■ Other Settings ........................ 29
■ Cooking Modes .......................... 16
■ Auto Mode ............................17-18
■ Manual Mode ........................19-20
■ Operation Modes ....................... 21
■ Delayed Start .............................. 22
■ Multi-Stage Cooking .................. 23
■ Starting the Cooking Process .... 24
■ End of Cooking .......................... 24
■ Saving to Memory ...................... 25
■ Extras and Additional Functions
..................................................26-28
■ Pyro clean .............................. 26
■ Warming ................................. 26
■ Defrost .................................... 26
■ Fast Preheat ........................... 27
Cooking Modes and Charts ..........30-42
■ Upper / Lower Heater ...........31-32
■ Full Grill / Half Grill ................33-34
■ Fan Grill ..................................... 35
■ Convection and Lower Heater ... 36
■ Convection ............................37-38
■ Eco Cooking .............................. 39
■ Lower Heater and Fan ..........39-40
■ Roasting with a meat probe ..41-42
■ Auto Roast Mode ....................... 43
Maintenance and Cleaning ...........44-51
Troubleshooting ................................. 52
Installation Instructions .............53-57
Specifications .................................. 58
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Operating Instructions
Safety Instructions
nThis appliance can be used by children aged from
8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning 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.
nWarning: The appliance and its accessible parts
become hot during use. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements. Children less
than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
nWarning: Danger of fire: do not store items on the
cooking surfaces.
nDo 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.
nDo not use steam cleaners or high-pressure
cleaners to clean the cooking appliance, as this may
result in an electric shock.
nWarning: Before replacing the light bulb, make
sure the appliance has been disconnected from the
mains power, in order to prevent an electric shock.
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Safety Instructions
nThe appliance is not intended to be controlled with
external timers or special control systems.
nThe appliance is intended for household use. Do not
use it for any other purpose, such as room heating,
the drying of paper or fabrics, etc. as this may lead
to injury or fire hazard.
nTampering with the appliance or non-professional
repair thereof may result in risk of severe injury or
damage to the product.
nIf the power cord is damaged, it should be replaced
by the manufacturer or an authorised service
technician, in order to avoid hazard.
nDo not line the oven walls with aluminium foil and
do not place baking trays or other cookware on the
base of the oven. Aluminium foil could prevent air
circulation in the oven, hinder the cooking process,
and damage the enamel coating.
nThe appliance becomes very hot during use. Suitable
heat-proof gloves should be worn.
nOven door hinges may be damaged when under
excessive load. Do not place heavy pans on open
oven door and do not lean against open oven door
when cleaning the oven cavity. Never stand on the
open oven door and do not let children sit on it.
nMake sure the vents are never covered or obstructed
in any way.
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Safety Instructions
nSpray canisters, aerosols and other inflammable
substances can ignite when heated. Do not store or
use these items near the oven.
nDo not use sealed tins or containers in the appliance.
nTake care when cooking with fats and oils.
nDo not attempt to tamper with or make any
adjustments or repairs to the door, control panel
housing, safety interlock switches or any other part
of the oven. Repairs should only be carried out by
service technicians authorised by the appliance
manufacturer.
nTake care when cooking foods containing high
alcohol content. Alcoholic vapours may ignite.
nThe socket the oven is plugged into must be
connected to the household main circuit board.
nThe manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage
to persons or items caused by failure to observe
the above instructions, by interference with any part
of the appliance or by the use of non-original spare
parts.
nOnly use the temperature probe recommended for
this oven.
nThe appliance must not be installed behind a
decorative door in order to avoid overheating.
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Safety Instructions
Pyro cleaning
nBefore activating the automatic cleaning process,
remove any cookware that is not part of the oven
equipment.
nDuring the automatic cleaning process, the oven
gets very hot from the outside. Risk of burns! Keep
children away from the oven.
nBefore activating the automatic cleaning process,
carefully read and follow the instructions in the
chapter Maintenance and Cleaning (see page 44).
nDo not place anything directly onto the base of the
oven.
nThe telescopic guides cannot be cleaned using Pyro
clean.
nPieces of food and grease may ignite during the
automatic pyrolytic cleaning process.
nDanger of fire! Remove larger food residue and other
impurities from the oven before using the automatic
cleaning process.
nMake sure no impurities enter the door lock latch.
This could prevent automatic locking of oven door
during the automatic cleaning procedure.
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Safety Instructions
Pyro cleaning
nIn case of a power outage during the pyrolytic
cleaning process, the program is terminated after
two minutes and the oven door remains locked.
The door will be unlocked approximately 30 minutes
after power supply is restored, regardless of whether
the appliance has cooled down.
nWhen using the pyrolytic cleaning function the
surfaces may get hotter than usual and children
should be kept away.
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Information on Disposal
for Users of Waste
Electrical & Electronic
Equipment (private
households)
This symbol on the products and/or
accompanying documents means that
used electrical and electronic products
should not be mixed with general
household waste.
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.
Alternatively, in some countries you
may be able to return your products to
your local retailer upon the purchase of
an equivalent new product.
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Disposal of Waste Products
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.
Penalties may be applicable for
incorrect disposal of this waste, in
accordance with national legislation.
Information on Disposal in other
Countries outside the European
Union
This symbol is only valid in the
European Union.
If you wish to discard this product,
please contact your local authorities or
dealer and ask for the correct method
of disposal.
Disposing of this product correctly will
help to save valuable resources and
prevent any potential negative effects
Energy Saving Tips
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Certain foods do not need a
preheated oven. Do not preheat the
oven unless necessary or stated in
the recipe.
Do not use full grill if half grill will be
sufficient.
Where possible, cook multiple
items at once. This will lower the
amount of time that the oven is in
use.
Plan ahead. If you will be cooking
food that will keep (puddings,
cakes, pastries etc.), do so whilst
the oven is still hot from cooking a
meal as you will only have to heat
up the oven once. This will also
save time later on.
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Remove any accessories from
the oven that are not required for
cooking.
Avoid opening the door during
cooking.
Do not use the cavity lighting
unless necessary.
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Before Using Your Oven
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.
Examine your oven
Please make sure the appliance was supplied to you undamaged. Remove all
packaging and examine the oven for any damage such as dents, broken door
latches or cracks in the door. If you find any damage, notify your dealer immediately.
Do not install a damaged oven.
Warning
Remove all internal and external packaging. Please ensure all
internal packaging is removed before switching the oven on.
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Before using the oven for the first time, run Convection at 250 °C for 5 minutes.
A specific odour of a 'new appliance' will be present. Make sure the room is
ventilated.
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After the oven has cooled down, clean the inside and all accessories with warm
water and a conventional detergent. Do not use abrasive cleaning aids.
Rating plate
The Rating Plate indicating the basic information of the appliance is attached to
the inside of the oven and is visible when you open the door (see page 11). Do not
remove.
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Features and Functions
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Door Lock Latch
Control Panel
Meat Probe Socket
Guides / Shelf Positions (1-5)
Oven Door
Door Handle
Rating Plate
Telescopic Guide
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Features and Functions
Wire guides
The wire guides allow cooking of the food in five shelf positions (please note that
the shelf positions are counted from the bottom up).
Shelf positions 4 and 5 are intended for grilling.
The appliance can be operated safely without wire guides.
Telescopic guides
Fully extendible telescopic guides are fitted for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th shelf positions.
Oven door switch
The switch deactivates oven heating and the fan when the oven door is opened
during the cooking process. When the door is closed, the heaters turn back on.
Cooling fan
The appliance is fitted with a cooling fan that cools the housing and the appliance
control panel.
Extended operation of the cooling fan
After the oven is switched off, the cooling fan continues to operate for a short
while in order to cool the oven. Extended cooling fan operation depends on the
temperature in the centre of the oven.
Soft door opening
The oven door is fitted with a system that softens the door opening force, starting at
the 75° angle.
Soft door closing
The oven door is fitted with a system that softens the door closing force, starting at
the 75° angle. It allows simple, quiet, and smooth closing of the door. A gentle push,
to a 15° angle relative to the closed door position is enough for the door to close
automatically and softly.
Warning
If the force applied to close the door is too strong, the effect of the
system is reduced or the system will be bypassed for safety.
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Oven Equipment and Accessories
The Meat Probe is used for checking
the core temperature of the meat.
The Wire Shelf is used for grilling or
as a shelf for cookware, baking tray or
baking dish.
There is a safety latch on the wire
shelf. Therefore, lift the wire shelf slightly
at the front when removing it from the
oven.
The Shallow Baking Tray is used for
baking cakes, cookies and small pastry
items.
The Deep Baking Tray is used for
roasting meat and baking pastry. It can
also be used as a drip tray.
Never place the deep baking tray in
the 1st shelf position during the cooking
process.
The wire shelf or the tray should always
be inserted into the groove between the
two wire guides.
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To use the telescopic extendable guides,
first pull out the left and right adjacent
guides all the way, place the wire shelf
or baking tray onto them, then push
them back in all the way.
Close the oven door when the
telescopic guides are retracted all the
way into the oven.
Warning
The appliance and some of the accessible parts heat up during
cooking. Use oven gloves.
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General Controls
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On/Off Key
Display – For selection and display of settings.
Child Lock Key - Touch and hold to turn child lock on.
Back Key - Touch briefly to return to previous menu. Touch and hold to return
to clock mode.
Stop/Start Key
Information Panel
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The keys will respond more effectively if you touch them with
a larger area of your fingertip. Each time you touch a key,
there will be a short acoustic signal.
Navigate the menu screen by sliding your finger up and down
or left and right. Confirm your selection with a touch.
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Using the Appliance
Switching on the appliance for the first time
Note
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After switching the oven on for the first time, the oven will
perform a self check for approximately 30 seconds. During
this time, to prevent any errors, do not open the oven door. If
an error does occur, please refer to the troubleshooting guide.
(see page 52).
Setting the clock
After connecting your appliance to the power mains or
after an extended power outage, Clock settings will
appear in the display.
Navigate the menu by sliding your finger up and
down.
Set the Clock by touching the display. Confirm the
setting with the Stop/Start key.
The oven will work if the clock is not set. However,
the timer will not function in manual cooking mode.
After a few minutes, the appliance will switch to
standby mode.
Changing the clock
Clock settings may be changed when no timer function
is activated.
Selecting the language
To change the language go to the main menu, select
settings and select language. To select the language
scroll up and down using your finger, the name of the
currently selected language will be enlarged. English is
the factory default.
Press the
key to return to Previous Menu.
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Cooking Modes
There are several cooking modes:
Navigate the menu by sliding your finger left and
right.
Select the desired mode by tapping the corresponding
image. The name of the selected mode will appear in
the information panel at the top of the display.
Manual mode
Use this mode to prepare food manually. All settings
are selected manually by the user.
Auto mode
In this mode, first select the type of food. This is
followed by automatic setting for the quantity (in kg),
level of intensity and cooking end time.
The program offers a broad choice of preset recipes.
Memory
This mode is where you will find your stored reheating
and cooking programs.
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Auto Mode
Select Auto mode.
Select the type of food. Choose from the following
categories: Meat, seafood, vegetables, soufflés and au
gratin, bread, pastry, frozen food, international dishes,
quick foods, slow baking, preserve. Select the desired
auto mode.
Values will be displayed:
- quantity (weight),
- intensity (doneness level),
- info - temperature, cooking mode and shelf position,
- cooking time (cooking end time is displayed in grey).
Additional settings
Additional settings can be accessed by tapping the
information panel at the top of the display.
- oven lighting
- method and ingredients for the selected recipe
- multi-stage cooking (see page 23)
- cooking end time / delay start (see page 22)
- kitchen timer (see page 28)
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Preheat
During auto mode it is possible to preheat the oven before cooking.
When a program is selected that requires preheating, a message will appear on the
display 'Selected program includes a preheat phase'.
Touch the display and then the Stop/Start key and the message ' The preheat
phase is starting' will be displayed and preheating will begin.
The
symbol will appear in the information panel during preheating.
When the set temperature is reached, preheating is completed and an acoustic
signal will be sounded. The acoustic signal can be stopped by pressing any key or
after two minutes, it will stop automatically. The following message will be displayed,
'The preheat phase is complete, Please insert the dish'.
When the food is inserted and the door is closed, the cooking process will continue.
Note
When the preheat function is set, delayed start function cannot be
used.
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Manual Mode
Select Manual mode.
Choose your own manual settings:
Tap the
symbol to select the cooking time.
(Cooking end time is displayed in grey during cooking).
Additional settings
Additional settings can be accessed by tapping the
information panel at the top of the display.
- oven lighting
- preheating
- mutli-stage cooking (see page 23)
- kitchen timer (see page 28)
If you select duration, extra settings will be available in
the information panel.
Touch the Stop/Start key.
All selected settings are indicated in the display.
Note
Rising oven temperature and elapsed cooking time will be
displayed.
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Preheat
During manual mode it is possible to preheat the oven before cooking.
This option can be found in the information panel menu at the top of the display.
After the temperature is selected, touch the Stop/Start key and the message 'The
preheat phase is starting' will be displayed and preheating will begin.
The
symbol will appear in the information panel during preheating.
When the set temperature is reached, preheating is completed and an acoustic
signal will be sounded. The acoustic signal can be stopped by pressing any key or
after two minutes, it will stop automatically. The following message will be displayed,
'The preheat phase is complete, Please insert the dish'.
When the food is inserted and the door is closed, the cooking process will continue.
Note
When the preheat function is set, delayed start function cannot be
used.
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Operation modes
Operation
Description
Preset
Temp (°c)
Upper / Lower Heater
The heaters on the upper and lower side of the oven radiate uniformly
and evenly into the oven interior. Pastries, cakes and meat can be
cooked on one shelf position.
200
Upper Heater
Only the upper cavity heater will radiate heat. Use this heater to brown
the upper side of the food.
150
Lower Heater
The heat is radiated by the heater installed in the bottom of the oven.
Select this operation mode when you wish to bake / cook the bottom side
of the food more thoroughly (e.g. for moist pastry with fruit filling).
160
Half Grill
The inner heater is activated. This mode is appropriate for grilling smaller
quantities of toasted sandwiches or bread.
240
Full Grill
The inner and the outer heaters are activated simultaneously. This
operation mode is appropriate for cooking smaller pieces of meat, such
as steaks, chops and sausages.
240
Fan Grill
The upper heater and the fan are activated simultaneously. It is
appropriate for grilling and browning poultry pieces, ribs or gratins on one
shelf position.
170
Convection and Lower Heater
The back heater, the fan and the lower heater operate simultaneously.
This is suitable for making pizza, pastries, fruit cakes or baked
cheesecakes.
200
Convection
The back heater and the fan operate simultaneously in order for the hot
air to circulate constantly. This mode is appropriate for roasting meat and
baking on several shelves simultaneously. Cooking temperature should
be set lower than conventional operation.
180
Eco Cooking
In this mode, power consumption during the cooking process is
optimised. After approx. 12 mins, temperature will automatically be
lowered by 50 °C. This will be maintained as long as the door remains
closed. It is useful for cooking small amounts of food on one shelf. The
actual temperature is not displayed. Opening the door after approx.
30 mins of Eco mode will revert the temperature to the original setting.
180
Lower Heater and Fan
The lower heater and the fan operate simultaneously. Used for baking
sweet bread dough and preserving fruit and vegetables. Use the 1st shelf
position from the bottom and shallow tray.
180
Auto Roast mode
In Auto Roast mode, the upper heater will operate in combination with
the grill heater and the back heater. It is used for roasting all types of
meat.
180
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Delayed Start
Setting the delayed start
It is possible to specify the duration of the cooking
process (cooking time) and the time when you wish
the cooking process to stop (end time). Make sure the
clock is accurately set to current time.
Example:
Current time: 12:00
Cooking time: 2 hours
End of cooking: 18:00
First, set the cooking time (cooking duration), e.g.
2 hours. Then, set the Cooking End Time
(found
in the information panel) and set the time (18:00).
Press Stop/Start key to start the cooking process. The
timer will wait for the start of the cooking process. The
following note will appear in the display: "The program
has been delayed. It starts at 16:00."
The delayed start and kitchen timer functions can be
cancelled by setting the time to '0'.
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After the set time expires, the oven will automatically stop
operating (end of cooking). An acoustic signal will be heard
which you may turn off by pressing any key. After two minutes,
the acoustic signal will be switched off automatically.
After a few minutes, the appliance will switch to standby mode.
The time of day will appear along with the current temperature
of the oven.
Delayed start cannot be used during any Auto mode when
preheating is necessary.
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Multi-Stage Cooking
This mode allows you to combine three different
settings successively in a single cooking process.
To select Multi-stage cooking, press the
found in the information panel menu.
Touch the corresponding part of the display to select
a 2nd and 3rd phase. To change settings, touch the
desired stage and select the required setting. Touch
the tick in the information panel to confirm.
To delete a stage, select the phase to be removed and
touch the cross in the information panel.
Once you have set the stages, Touch Stop/Start
key to turn on the oven. The oven starts operating
immediately, with the settings defined in Stage 1.
(Selected stage will be highlighted in blue.)
After the set cooking time elapses, Stage 2 and then
Stage 3 are activated.
Note
During operation, changes can be made to any stages that have
not started.
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Starting the Cooking Process
Start the cooking process by touching the Stop/Start
key.
Some settings can be changed during operation by
touching the display unit.
Touch the Stop/Start key to end the cooking process.
The following warning and menu will appear: "The
program has been paused. Would you like to stop it?"
End of Cooking
After the cooking process, a menu will appear.
End
Select the symbol to end the cooking process. The
display will revert to Main Menu.
Add to memory - save
This will allow you to save the selected settings into
the oven memory and use them again at a later time.
(see page 25)
Extend the cooking time
It is possible to extend the cooking time.
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Saving to Memory
At the end of cooking it is possible to save your
settings for future use. Select the
symbol and
specify a name. If required, delete a character using
the backspace key (found just below the time in the
display).
Touch the Stop/Start key to save the settings.
Your saved reheating and cooking tasks can be
retrieved at any time by selecting Memory from the
main menu. (See page 16)
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Extras and Additional Functions
Navigate the menu by sliding your finger left and
right.
Select the Extras menu by touching it. Extras menu
will appear.
Pyro Clean
This function allows automatic cleaning of the oven
cavity/interior. It uses a high temperature, to burn off
residues and other impurities. When the automatic
cleaning program is completed and the oven has
cooled down, just wipe the oven cavity clean with a
damp cloth. (See page 46)
Warming
This mode can be used to keep pre-cooked food
warm. Select the symbol and set the temperature from
30 - 100 °C. Set the warming time and touch Stop/
Start key to start the process.
Defrost
In this mode only the fan will be activated without any
heaters. Use this function to slowly defrost frozen
foods (cakes, pastries, breads, rolls, and fruits). Select
the symbol, set the defrost time and touch Stop/Start
key to start the process. During the defrost time, the
food items should be turned, stirred and separated.
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Fast Preheat
Use the preheat function if you wish to heat the oven
to the desired temperature as quickly as possible. This
mode is not appropriate for cooking. When the oven
heats up to the selected temperature, the preheat
process is completed and the oven is ready for
cooking with the selected cooking mode.
Plate Warming
Use this function to warm your dinnerware (plates,
cups etc) before serving food. Select the symbol to set
the temperature from 30 - 80 °C. Warming time can
also be selected.
Select Stop/Start to end the cooking process. Main
menu will appear in the display.
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Child Lock
Activate the child lock by touching and holding the
Lock key (key symbol). The following message will
appear in the display: "The appliance is locked." Touch
and hold the key again to deactivate the child lock.
If the child lock is activated when the oven is in
operation, then the oven will operate normally;
however, it will not be possible to change the settings.
When the child lock is activated, systems (cooking
modes) or additional functions cannot be changed.
However the cooking process can be stopped
completely by touching the On/Off key. Child lock
remains active after the oven is switched off. To
select another operation, the child lock must first be
deactivated.
Oven Lighting
This mode can be selected in the information panel.
Oven lighting is switched on automatically when the
door is opened or when cooking begins. At the end
of the cooking process, the light will remain on for a
further minute.
Kitchen Timer
This mode can be selected in the information panel.
The kitchen timer can be used independently of the
oven operation for a maximum of 9 hours 59 mins.
When the time expires, an acoustic signal will be
heard which can be turned off by touching any key.
After two minutes, the acoustic signal will be switched
off automatically.
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General Settings
Navigate the menu by sliding your finger left and
right.
Select the Settings menu by touching it.
Language
Select the language (See page 15).
Time
Set the current time after the appliance is first switched
on or after being disconnected from the power mains
for a longer period of time (more than one week).
The clock display mode can also be set (digital or
analogue) See page 15.
Display
In this menu, you can set the following:
Display brightness
Night mode – set the hours when the display will dim.
Sound
The volume of the acoustic signal can be set when
no timer function is activated (only the time of day is
displayed). In this menu, you can choose volume and
duration of the alarm. The lowest volume setting is
silent.
Other settings
Switch off oven lighting - automatic / manual
Entry into standby mode - automatic / manual
Reset to factory defaults
Warning
After a power outage or after switching off the appliance, all extra
user settings are restored.
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Cooking Modes and Charts
If your desired food cannot be found in the cooking chart, find information for a
similar food type. The information displayed applies to cooking on a single level.
An interval of suggested temperature is indicated. Start with a lower temperature
setting and increase it if you find the food is not cooked sufficiently.
Cooking times are rough estimates and may vary subject to certain conditions.
The symbol * means that the oven should be preheated using the selected cooking
mode.
Use dark, black silicon-layered or enamel-coated baking trays and trays as they
conduct the heat more effectively.
When using baking paper, make sure it is resistant to high temperatures.
When cooking larger joints of meat or pastry, a lot of steam will be generated inside
the oven, which in turn may cause condensation on the oven door. This is normal
and will not affect the operation of the appliance. After the cooking process, wipe
the door and the door glass dry.
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Upper / Lower Heater
The heaters on the upper and lower side
of the oven radiate uniformly and evenly
into the oven interior. Pastries, cakes
and meat can be cooked on one shelf
position.
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Roasting meat
It is recommended to use enamel coated, Pyrex®, earthernware, or cast iron pans
or trays.
Weight (g)
Shelf position
(from the base)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Pork roast
1500
2
190-200
120-130
Pork shoulder
1500
2
190-200
120-140
Pork roulade
1500
2
190-200
120-140
Meat loaf
1500
2
200-210
60-70
Beef roast
1500
2
190-210
120-140
Roast beef, well done
1000
2
200-210
40-60
Veal roulade
1500
2
180-200
90-120
Lamb roast
1500
2
190-200
100-120
Rabbit loin
1500
2
190-200
100-120
Venison shank
1500
2
190-200
100-120
1000
2
210
50-60
Food type
Meat
Fish
Braised fish
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Baking
Only use one level and dark baking trays. On light-coloured baking trays, the
browning of the pastry will be less effective. Always place the baking trays on the
wire shelf. If you are using the supplied baking tray, remove the wire shelf. Cooking
time will be shorter if the oven is preheated.
Shelf position
(from the base)
Temperature (°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Savoury soufflé
2
190-200
30-35
Sweet soufflé
2
190-200
30-35
Rolls *
2
200-220
30-40
Bread *
2
180-190
50-60
White bread *
3
180-190
45-55
Buckwheat bread *
3
180-190
45-55
Rye bread *
3
180-190
45-55
Food type
Pastry
Whole grain bread *
3
180-190
45-55
Spelt bread *
3
180-190
45-55
Walnut cake
2
180
45-55
Sponge cake *
3
160-170
25-30
Cheesecake
2
170-180
65-75
Cupcakes
3
170-180
25-30
3
200-210
25-30
Cabbage pirozhki
3
200-210
25-30
Fruitcake
3
140-190
90
Meringue
3
120
90
Small pastries made with yeast
dough
Tips on baking
Is the cake cooked?
At the end of the cooking time, insert a metal skewer into the highest point of the
cake and then withdraw it. If the batter does not stick to the metal skewer, the cake
is cooked.
The sponge cake has collapsed after I take it out of the oven
Check the recipe. Check the instructions relating to mixing time. Ensure the oven
door is not opened during cooking.
The pastry is too light-coloured
A dark-coloured baking tray cooks dishes faster and browns foods more than lighter
coloured pans. Place the tray one shelf position lower, or turn on the lower heater
towards the end of the cooking process.
Pastries with a moist filling (e.g. deep filled pie) is not cooked
Reduce the temperature and extend the cooking time.
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Warning
Do not insert the deep baking tray into the 1st shelf position.
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Full Grill / Half Grill
Full Grill
4
2
The inner and the outer heaters are
activated simultaneously. This operation
mode is appropriate for cooking smaller
pieces of meat, such as steaks, chops,
sausages, etc.
Half Grill
The inner heater is activated. This
mode is appropriate for grilling smaller
quantities of toasted sandwiches or
bread.
Preheat the grill for five minutes.
When cooking with grill, do not leave unattended.
Cooking with the grill heater is suitable for crispy and low-fat cooking of sausages,
small cuts of meat and fish (steaks, escalopes, salmon steaks or fillets etc.) or
toasted bread.
When grilling directly on the wire shelf, brush it with oil to prevent the meat from
sticking onto it and insert it into the 4th shelf position. Insert the drip tray beneath
the wire shelf. Turn the food during cooking.
After grilling, clean the oven, and accessories.
Half Grill
Weight (g)
Shelf position
(from the base)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Beef steak, rare
180 / piece
4
240
18-21
Pork neck fillet
180 / piece
4
240
18-22
Cutlets/chops
180 / piece
4
240
20-22
Grill sausages
100 / piece
4
240
11-14
Toast
/
4
240
3-4
Open sandwiches
/
4
240
5-7
Food type
Meat
Toasted Bread
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Full Grill
Weight (g)
Shelf position
(from the
base)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Beef steak, rare
180 / piece
4
240
14-16
Beef steak, well done
180 / piece
4
240
18-21
Pork neck fillet
180 / piece
4
240
19-23
Cutlets/chops
180 / piece
4
240
20-24
Veal escalope
180 / slice
4
240
19-22
Grill sausages
100 / piece
4
240
11-14
600
3
240
19-22
6 slices of white bread
/
4
240
1.5-3
4 slices of multi grain
bread
/
4
240
2-3
Open sandwiches
/
4
240
3.5-7
Food type
Meat
Fish
Salmon steaks/fillets
Toasted Bread
Warning
Always keep the oven door closed when using the grill. Grill heater,
wire shelf, and other oven accessories get very hot during grilling.
Use oven gloves and meat tongs.
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Fan Grill
4
The upper heater and the fan
are activated simultaneously. It is
appropriate for grilling and browning
poultry pieces, ribs or gratins on one
shelf position.
2
Food type
Weight (g)
Shelf position
(from the base)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Meat
Duck
2000
2
150-170
80-100
Pork roast
1500
2
160-170
60-85
Pork shoulder
1500
2
150-160
120-160
Pork shank
1000
2
150-160
120-140
Half of chicken
600
2
180-190
25 (side 1)
20 (side 2)
Chicken
1500
2
210
60-65
200
2
170-180
45-50
Fish
Trout*
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Convection and Lower Heater
The back heater, the fan and the lower
heater operate simultaneously. This is
suitable for making pizza, pastries, fruit
cakes or baked cheesecakes.
2
Food type
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Shelf position
(from the base)
Temperature (°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Cheesecake
2
150-160
65-80
Pizza
2
200-210
15-20
Quiche Lorraine
2
180-200
35-40
Apple pie
2
150-160
35-40
Apple strudel
2
170-180
45-65
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Convection
2
The back heater and the fan operate
simultaneously in order for the
hot air to circulate constantly. This
mode is appropriate for roasting
meat and baking on several shelves
simultaneously. Cooking temperature
should be set lower than conventional
operation.
Roasting meat
It is recommended to use enamel coated, Pyrex®, earthernware or cast iron pan or
tray.
Provide enough liquid during the cooking process to prevent the meat from burning.
Turn the meat during roasting. Covering the roast can retain moisture.
Weight (g)
Shelf position
(from the base)
Temperature (°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
Pork roast, including skin
1500
2
170-180
140-160
Pork belly
1500
2
170-180
120-150
Chicken, whole
1200
2
180-190
60-80
Duck
1700
2
160-170
120-150
Goose
4000
2
150-160
180-200
Turkey
5000
2
150-170
180-220
Chicken breast
1000
2
180-190
70-85
Stuffed chicken
1500
2
170-180
100-120
Food type
Meat
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Baking
Preheating is recommended.
Biscuits and cookies can be baked in shallow baking trays on two shelf positions
simultaneously (2nd and 3rd shelf positions). Position the wire shelf in the 3rd shelf
positon. Place your own baking tray directly on the wire shelf. For the lower level use
the shallow baking tray in the 2nd shelf position.
Note that baking time can differ. The biscuits on the upper shelf may be ready
sooner than those on the lower one. For even browning, ensure the biscuits are of
the same thickness.
Food type
Cake
Sponge cake
Crumble cake
Shelf position
(from the base)
Temperature (°C)
Cooking time
(minutes)
2
2
2
150-160
150-160
160-170
45-60
25-35
25-35
Fruit cake
2
150-160
45-65
Plum cake
2
150-160
35-60
Sponge roll
Fruit cake
Challah (braided yeast bun)
Apple strudel
Jelly-filled rolls (Buchtel)
Pizza
Biscuits
Biscuits, pressed
Cookies
Filo pastry
Choux pastry
Pastry – Frozen
Apple and cottage cheese strudel
Cheesecake
Pizza
Frozen potato products
Croquettes, oven-baked
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
160-170
160-170
160-170
170-180
170-180
190-210
150-160
150-160
170-180
170-180
180-190
15-25
50-70
35-50
40-60
30-35
25-45
15-25
15-28
20-35
20-30
25-45
3
3
3
3
3
170-180
160-170
170-180
170-180
170-180
50-70
65-85
20-30
20-35
20-35
Warning
Do not insert the deep baking tray into the 1st shelf position.
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ECO Cooking
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Cooking Modes and Charts
The back heater and the fan will operate.
The fan installed in the back wall of
the oven cavity makes sure the hot air
constantly circulates.
3
Warning
Do not insert the deep baking tray into the 1st shelf position.
Lower Heater and Fan
2
The lower heater and the fan operate
simultaneously. Used for baking sweet
bread dough and preserving fruit and
vegetables. Use the 1st shelf position
from the bottom and shallow tray.
Shelf position
(from the base)
Temperature (°C)
Cooking time (minutes)
Strawberries
2
180
20-30
Stone fruits
2
180
25-40
Fruit sauce
Vegetables
Pickled gherkins
2
180
25-40
2
180
25-40
Food type
Fruit
Beans/carrots
2
180
25-40
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Preserving
Prepare the food to be preserved and jars as usual. Use jars with a rubber sealing
ring and a glass cover. Do not use jars with threaded or metal caps or metal tins.
Make sure the jars are of equal size, filled with the same contents, and tightly
sealed.
Pour 1 litre of hot water into the deep tray (approx. 70 °C) and place 6 1-litre jars
into the tray. Place the tray into the oven in the 2nd shelf position.
During preservation, observe the food and cook until bubbles appear in the first jar.
Food type
Fruit
Strawberries
Stone fruits
Fruit sauce
Vegetables
Pickled gherkins
Beans, carrots
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Amount (L)
170 °C – 180 °C until
bubbles appear in
the first jar
Temperature at the
start of simmering
– when bubbles
appeared
Resting time in
the oven (min)
6×1 L
6×1 L
6×1 L
40-55
40-55
40-55
switch off
switch off
switch off
25
30
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6×1 L
6×1 L
40-55
40-55
switch off
120 °C, 60 min
30
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Roasting with a meat probe
The food core temperature is measured by the temperature probe. The oven
operates until the food core reaches the set temperature.
1
Unscrew the metal cap.
2the probe into the centre of the food. To ensure an
Connect the meat probe plug to the socket. Insert
accurate temperature reading the meat probe must be
fully inserted into the thickest part of the meat. If any
timer settings were activated, they will be cancelled.
The probe remains in the meat throughout the duration
of the cooking time.
Choose the system (Auto Roast mode page 43). Set
oven and probe temperature. Touch start key.
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During cooking, the food core temperature will be displayed. The set core
temperature may be adjusted during the cooking process.
When the set core temperature is reached, the cooking process will stop and an
acoustic signal will be heard. You may turn off the acoustic signal by touching any
key.
After one minute, the acoustic signal will be switched off automatically. Clock will
appear in the display.
After cooking and once the oven has cooled, replace the metal cap on the meat
probe socket.
Warning
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Only use the probe intended for use with your oven.
Make sure the probe does not touch the heater during
cooking.
After the cooking process, the probe will be very hot. Take
care to prevent burning. Use oven gloves.
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Cooking Modes and Charts
Auto Roast mode
In the Auto Roast mode, the upper heater
will operate in combination with the grill
heater and the back heater. It is used for
roasting all types of meat.
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2
When grilling directly on the wire shelf, brush it with oil to prevent the meat from
sticking onto it and insert it into the 3rd shelf position. Insert the deep baking tray
into the 2nd shelf position. When roasting meat in a baking tray, insert it into the 2nd
shelf position.
Weight (g)
Shelf position
(from the
base)
Temperature
Cooking time
(minutes)
Food core
temperature
Beef tenderloin
1000
3
190-210
45-55
55-75*
Chicken, whole
1500
3
170-190
60-70
85-90
Food type
Meat
Chicken, whole
2000
3
170-190
90-110
85-90
Turkey
4000
3
160-180
150-180
85-90
Pork roast
1700
3
150-170
100-120
70-85
Meat loaf
1000
3
160-180
70-80
75-80
Veal
1000
3
170-190
100-120
55-75
Lamb
1000
3
170-190
50-60
70-80
Venison
1000
3
170-190
55-65
70-80
Fish
1000
3
160-180
35-55
75-85
* rare = 55–60 °C; medium = 65–70 °C; well done = 70–75 °C
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Do not use a steam cleaner or a high-pressure steam cleaner to clean the
appliance.
External surfaces
Clean the surfaces with non-abrasive detergents and a soft cloth. Apply the
detergent on the cloth and wipe off the dirt; then, rinse with water. Do not use
abrasive cleaners, sharp objects or steel wool, as these will scratch the appliance.
Door handle
Door handle should be cleaned with non-abrasive detergent. Apply the detergent on
a wet cloth and clean the surface; then, rinse the surface with water. Do not apply
the cleaner directly on the aluminium surface. Do not use abrasive cleaners or
abrasive sponges.
Stainless steel front panels
Clean the surface with a mild cleaner and a soft sponge that will not scratch the
material. Do not use abrasive or solvent-based cleaners.
Warning
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Before performing cleaning and maintenance tasks, unplug
the appliance from the power supply and wait for the
appliance to cool down.
Children should not clean the appliance or perform
maintenance tasks.
The surfaces should never come into contact with oven
cleaning sprays, as these may cause permanent damage.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Dealing with stubborn stains:
The oven should be cooled down before each cleaning process.
■
■
■
■
■
■
Clean the oven and accessories after each use to prevent any food residues
from being burnt onto the oven.
The easiest way to remove grease is by regularly cleaning with a mild
detergent.
In case of stubborn stains, use conventional oven cleaners. Then, rinse the
oven thoroughly with clean water to remove all residues.
Never use abrasive cleaners such as steel wool, abrasive sponges, stain
removers, etc.
Lacquer-coated, stainless steel, zinc-coated and aluminium parts, should never
come into contact with oven cleaning sprays, as these may cause damage and
discolouration. This applies for the thermostat sensor and the heaters in the
upper part of the oven.
Observe the instructions provided by cleaning agent manufacturers.
Practical tips
■
■
Take care when cooking larger fatty pieces of meat or poultry, cover with
aluminum foil, to prevent the grease from splattering on the oven interior walls.
When grilling meat on the wire shelf, place a drip tray underneath.
Accessories
Wash the accessories (baking trays, wire shelf, etc.) with hot water and mild
detergent.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Pyro clean - automatic oven cleaning
For normal oven use, it is advised to run the pyro cleaning program once per
month. Before starting the cleaning function, remove the worst dirt from the cooking
compartment, then wipe the oven with a damp cloth.
Food and fat residues may ignite during the process.
Before activating pyro cleaning program, remove all guides and accessories.
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 pyro cleaning program, hot air may be exhausted
from the vent above the door.
Select Pyro in the Extras menu.
Choose the desired cleaning intensity.
Level 1: approx. 90 min
Level 2: approx. 120 min
Level 3: approx. 150 min
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Maintenance and Cleaning
When the temperature reaches 250 °C the oven door will lock automatically.
Do not open the oven door while the automatic cleaning program is in progress. The
program may be terminated.
Unpleasant odours may be emitted from the oven during the cleaning process.
After the cleaning process: "The door is locked. The oven is cooling down." appears
in the display.
When the oven has cooled down, wipe it with a damp cloth. Wipe the oven door and
the adjacent surfaces. Do not rub the door seal.
Warning
Whilst using the pyro cleaning program the surfaces may get
hotter than usual and children should be kept away.
Cleaning the accessories in the oven
Do not use the telescopic guides during pyro cleaning program. The pyro
clean program can also be used to occasionally clean the shallow baking tray and
deep baking tray. After use, clean them with hot water and detergent, then wipe
them with a cloth and place them into the 2nd or 3rd shelf position of the wire guide.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Removing the guides
1
Undo the screw.
the guides from the
2 Remove
holes in the back wall.
Note
After cleaning, replace guides and tighten screws.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Removing and inserting the oven door
1
First, fully open the door.
2pull the door towards you.
Slightly lift the hinge retainers and
B
A
3(relative to the position of the fully
Slowly close the door to a 45° angle
closed door); then, lift the door and
pull it out.
To replace the door, follow the
reverse order. If the door does not
open or close properly, make sure the
notches on the hinges are aligned with
the hinge beds.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Removing and inserting the oven door glass
Oven door glass pane can be cleaned from the inside, but it has to be removed first.
Remove the oven door (see page 49).
1and right side of the door (1 on the
Slightly lift the supports on the left
diagram) and pull them away from the
glass pane (2 on the diagram).
2lower edge. Slightly lift it so that it is
Hold the door glass pane by the
no longer attached to the support then
remove it.
3lift and remove it. Also remove the
To remove the third glass pane,
rubber seals on the glass pane.
Note
To replace the glass pane, observe the reverse order.
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Maintenance and Cleaning
Replacing the bulb
The bulb is a consumable and therefore not covered by warranty. Before changing
the bulb, remove the trays, the wire shelf, and the guides.
Warning
Before replacing the light bulb, make sure the appliance has been
disconnected from the mains power, in order to prevent an electric
shock.
(Halogen lamp: G9, 230 V, 25 W)
Unplug the appliance from
the power supply and wait for the
appliance to cool down.
1bulb cover and remove it.
Use a flat screwdriver to release the
2
Remove the halogen bulb.
Note
Take care not to damage the enamel.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
The display does not respond the display is frozen.
The main fuse in your home
trips often.
The oven lighting does not
work.
Error code is displayed:
ERRXX ...
* XX denotes the number/code
of the error.
The mechanical door lock
has remained in the locked
position (either with door open
or closed).
Possible cause
Disconnect the appliance from the main power switch for a
few minutes, then reconnect the appliance and switch it on.
Call a service technician.
The process of changing the light bulb is described on
page 51.
■ There is an error in the electronic module operation.
Disconnect the appliance from the power mains for a few
minutes. Then, reconnect it and set the time of day.
■ If the error is still indicated, call a service technician.
■ The most likely cause for this issue would be a power
outage. Refrain from touching the appliance for approx.
1 minute. The issue should resolve itself and the lock
should return to it's initial position.
■ If the issue does not resolve itself, call a service
technician.
If the problems persist despite following the advice above, call an authorised service
technician. Repair or any warranty claim resulting from incorrect connection or use
of the appliance shall not be covered by the warranty. In this case, the user will
cover the cost of repair.
During the warranty period, any repairs may only be performed by service
technicians authorised by the appliance manufacturer.
Unauthorised tampering and repairs may cause a risk of electric shock and short
circuit; do not attempt this yourself. Consult an authorised service technician.
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Installation Instructions
Installation and Connection
Please fully observe the following safety
precautions.
Important
■Unpack the appliance, remove all packing material, and examine
for any damage. If the appliance is damaged do not install and
notify your dealer immediately.
■Install the appliance in accordance with the Installation
Instructions. Otherwise, the performance of the appliance may be
affected.
■After installation perform a test run and explain to the customer
how to operate the appliance.
■Correct installation is the responsibility of the installer. Any
malfunction or accident resulting from the failure to follow the
Installation Instructions is not covered by the warranty.
■The rating plate indicating the basic information of the appliance
is attached to the inside of the oven and is visible when you open
the door. Do not remove.
Safety Instructions
■ When the appliance is installed with another suitable
appliance, it must be fitted above a fixed shelf in the
housing unit that is able to support the weight of both
appliances.
■ When built in directly above a warming drawer, an
interim shelf between the two appliances is not
necessary.
■ The appliance must be installed in a position where it
can be fully opened and the contents can be clearly
viewed. This is to avoid burns and other injuries.
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Safety Instructions
■ For the appliance to function correctly, it is important
that the base of the appliance is level. A spirit level
should be used.
■ The appliance must only be operated when built-in.
This is to ensure that all electrical parts are shielded
and live parts are not exposed.
■ Ensure power is not supplied to the appliance until
after installation work has been carried out.
■ The manufacturer will not be held liable for any
damages resulting from incorrect or improper
installation.
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Installing the Appliance
Electrical connection
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Before connection, check that the mains voltage corresponds to that indicated
on the rating plate fixed to the inside of the appliance. This data must
correspond in order to avoid the risk of damage to the appliance.
Check that the domestic power supply guarantees adequate earthing.
Once installed, it should be easy to isolate the appliance from the electricity
supply by pulling out the plug or operating a circuit breaker.
The appliance must only be connected with the power cable provided.
Do not use multi-plug adaptors power strips or extension leads. There is a risk
of fire in the event of overloading.
The socket the oven is plugged into must be conducted to the household Main
Circuit Board (MCB).
Installation
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Veneer or other finish of the furniture the appliance is being built into should be
processed with heat-resistant glue (100 °C); otherwise, high temperatures may
cause them to deform.
There must be no rear wall fitted to appliance housing.
There must be a gap of at least 40 mm between the wall and the back of the
unit to enable adequate air circulation.
Level the piece of furniture the appliance was built into with a spirit level.
The piece of kitchen furniture the appliance is built into must be secured
against movement, e.g. Attached to the adjacent pieces of kitchen furniture.
Align the appliance flush with the units and screw it in place.
When attaching the appliance, make sure the screws are not fastened too
strongly as this may damage the furniture or the appliance enamel coating.
The ventilation slots and air intake points must not be covered. To ensure
that they remain uncovered also observe the installation instructions of any
appliance installed with this oven.
Note
■
■
Ensure that the connector lead does not become trapped or
bent.
After installation the connector lead must not be in contact
with the back or the base of the appliance.
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Installing the Appliance
Door Handle Adjustment
The door handle of this oven can be adjusted in order to align with an appliance
fitted alongside.
1glass (see page 50).
Open oven door and remove inner
2at the top of the door directly behind
Slightly loosen each screw located
the door handle.
3with the appliance alongside.
Close the door and align the handle
4holding the handle in place
Carefully open the door while
ensuring it does not move or change
position.
5the inner glass (see page 50).
Re-tighten the screws and insert
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Dimensions
(measurements: mm)
40
Do not remove spacers
from both sides - Total x4
min 564
590 - 595
min 550
595
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579
595
546
566
590
min 564
40
min 550
40
min 550
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Specifications
Manufacturer
Panasonic
HL-PF697SEPG
HL-PF697BEPG
Model identification
Type of oven
Built-in
39 kg
Mass of the appliance
Number of cavities
1
Heat source per cavity
Electric
Volume per cavity
70 l
Energy consumption required to heat a standardised
load in a cavity of an electric heated oven during a
cycle in conventional mode per cavity
1.00 kWh /cycle
Energy consumption required to heat a standardised
load in a cavity of an electric heated oven during a
cycle in fan-forced mode per cavity
0.89 kWh /cycle
Energy efficiency index per cavity
Power supply
106.0
220-240 V
Power consumption
50/60 Hz
3400 W
External dimensions (approx.)
595 mm (W) 566 mm (D) 595 mm (H)
Interior dimensions (approx.)
481 mm (W) 415.5 mm (D) 352 mm (H)
This product complies with the requirements of EN 60350-1:2013 (Methods for measuring Performance - Ovens)
Manufactured by: Panasonic Manufacturing U.K. Ltd.
Wyncliffe Road, Pentwyn Industrial Estate, Cardiff, S.Glam. CF23 7XB U.K.
REP. EU: Panasonic Testing Centre
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
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Panasonic Manufacturing U.K. Ltd.
http://www.panasonic.com
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