Built-in Compact oven Steam cooking, Fan cooking, Grill Technical data/Problem solving Customer service/Warranty Safety instructions Installations EBC SL7 (55 cm) EBC SL70 (60 cm) This document is an integral part of the documentation for the installation compact oven EBC SL 7/70 315 7269 03_03/2008 A Installation Instructions Page Details see safety instructions page C Electrical connection / supply For servicing the appliance must be disconnected! Connection by means of a power socket shall be provided by the customer, so that the power socket is available and outside the range of coordination 1. Clamp connection as per the connection diagram 2. Secure the strain relief The electro connection has to be carried out by a licensed fitter. For a network connecting line, use line version H05VV-F or higher. Installation has to be carried out using a supply line with plug or it shall be provided with a separator laid in the home installation with at least 3 mm contact gap, which separates the equipment at the same time and all-pin, according to NIN 2000. During installation in combustible matter, NIN 2000, section 4.2.2 and fire protection guidelines and regulations of the Association of Cantonal Fire Insurance shall be strictly adhered to. Installation the appliance in front of the 1 Place recess and connect the mains plug. - Cable length: 2.50 m from appliance - Plug: version 12 2 the oven on the both sides with 3 Fix 2 screws (detail A) Push the oven into the recess WARNING: do not trap the cable! When plugging in at the top, fasten cable with the cable routing on the left-hand side. Variants If the compact oven is built in directly over the installation oven in combinations, this must be done with the enclosed support bracket set no. 315 68 3900. Look at installation sheet no. 315 6837 00 for the installation standard. EBC SL7 (55 cm, 230 V) EBC SL70 (60 cm, 230 V) cable routing cable routing N 560-568 Technical Data Read label B Page ... 5… Customer service needs this data for all enquiries/orders! External dimensions for: 37,8 cm 40 cm cm 20,5 cm - Bakery volume 31 l EBC SL7 Steam generator: Fan cooking (Rear wall heating element): 1650 W EBC SL70 Height 37,8 38,8 Width 54,8 59,2 Depth Depth when door open 56,7 56,7 81,9 81,9 1800 W Turbo grill: 1500 W Grill size: 1500 W Temperature in the oven compartment is measured according to an internationally applicable standard while appliance is empty. Your own measurements can be inaccurate and are not suitable for verifying temperature accuracy. Indications conditional of manufacture According to model 2 glass recesses are visible on the left side of the front panel. These are conditional on production technique and have no impact on quality and life span of the appliance. Improper work can result in damage to persons or property. If you cannot remove interferences with these tips, please contact your customer service (see page C). Problem Solving Problem Cause Solution The oven is not working Fault in the power supply - Check fuses - Mains plug connected? - The oven is not getting hot even though the mode of operation and temperature are switched on - Heating element and fan are not working - Automatic programm with delayed cooking start was set Cancel automatic settings or reset -> Clock functions see 5, operating instructions - Possible that the demo mode is activated! Switch off demo mode: A + 1. Switch off 2. At the same time press until the signal is audible Oven light is not working Bulb is defective Exchange bulb -> see page B Service-Symbol light (Errorr-Code) According to error Notify customer service Symbol time of day is flashing Power cut Set time of day -> see page 5, Instructions for use Changing Lamps Halogen lamp 25 W, 230 V -G9 *constant up to 300 ° Before changing lamp, disconnect or unscrew fuses! -> Electro specialist dealer or central replacement part service Squared lamp cover Do not damage seals! Do not forget to fit it back again! 1 Remove griddle guide, Unscrew glass. Assembly in reverse order 2 Change halogen lamp , always handle * with cloth, to avoid fatty residues burning. Warranty For each product we issue a warranty of 2 years (display by letter of guarantee, invoice or sales document) to the end consumer from sale or delivery date. The warranty covers the costs for materials, work and travel time, it is not applicable in the event of non observance of instructions for use and operating regulations, improper installation and damage caused by external influences, force majeure, third party interferences and use of non-original parts. Subject to technical modifications. Safety instructions IMPORTANT! Please read carefully. Important information concerning your personal safety and information on how to avoid damaging the appliance. SOS - In the case of emergency immediately pull out the mains plug or switch circuit breaker to OFF - ONLY use appliance once you have read and understood these instructions - Only use for standard home cooking and roasting, in accordance with these instructions - Only use when installed and in-house. Electric shocks, risk of injury! - Keep these instructions safe for other persons using the oven - Disregarding these instructions/safety instructions can result in this appliance posing a danger - After use check whether the appliance is switched off - NEVER use for heating purposes or purposes other than those described - NEVER use when defective or you suspect there are defects/damage - Installation only by specialist while observing the installation instructions and the local regulations - Installation in combustible materia: Adhere to NIN2000 guidelines and fire prevention act - Install appliance at a suitable working height (eye level) Dangerous voltage - The power supply must comply with details on appliance. The appliance has to be connected to power supply and protective earthing by a specialist as standard, via mains plug or permantely connected via network circuit breaker (all-pin 3 mm contact gap) - The mains plug or circuit breaker must be within reach at ally times - Do not allow the cord to come into contact with the back of the appliance/hot parts. - - - - Always supervise when heating oil/fat, do not overheat it can become inflamed: Fire risk! Extinguish fire with fire blanket or foam extinguisher - NEVER line oven with aluminium foil, or base with accessories. -> This will ruin the oven base! (Good baking results are only achieved without foil) - - - Always keep the oven clean (build up of odours) Clean inside carefully. Do not use sharp objects (Damage) Prior to cleaning, disconnect appliance from mains and leave to cool down! Before exchanging oven lamp disconnect appliance from mains, pull out mains plug or disconnect the mains fuse Do not clean appliance with steam or high pressure device. Do not use combustible cleaning agent If oven shelf runners are removed for cleaning, always ensure you reinstall them correctly. Otherwise there is a risk of grills or shelves falling. Burn hazard Caution when cleaning the steam rosette: sharp edges Only remove the remaining water from the steam generator once it has cooled down Only install or remove grease trap when the appliance is switched off. - Do not use appliance in the case of defect or suspicion of defect, immediatley disconnect from mains. Repair work to be carried out by authorised customer service. - Do not damage mains cable, e.g. jamming, sharp edges, heat etc. Do not use appliance with defective mains cable, disconnect immediately. ONLY have mains cable/plug and oven door replaced by customer service, in order to avoid hazards - Do not open oven housing. Oven doors must only be removed by service technician. Risk of injury - For safety reasons only use original replacement parts and accessories - Only use accessories recommended by the manufacturer and oven-suited dishware - C Page CAUTION! If the appliance is used, the basic safety precautions have to be complied with, in order to elimiate the risk of fire, electric shock and injuries to persons Appliance parts become hot during use. Burn hazard! Do not use oven to store food Only use supplied accessories and suitable, heat-resistant dishware, observe manufacturer's instructions. Keep oven door closed when steam cooking. Risk of damage from humidity Caution when opening the oven door after steam cooking. Hot steam can cause burns Always operate appliance with steam rosette from the steam generator. Avoid contact with hot water in the steam generator. Burn hazard DO NOT fill water directly in the steam generator, always via water drawer. Boiling water can cause burns. In using alcoholic ingredients in the oven, highly inflammable gas can emerge, Caution when opening the door, no flames, sparks, blaze nearby. Always grill with the oven door closed. Do not leave the appliance unattended during operation. Keep children away. Window is especially hot; Burn hazard! Only handle hot cookware with oven gloves or thermo gloves People (including children) who, because of their physical, sensory or mental capabilities or their inexperience or ignorance are not able to use the device safely, should not use this device without supervision or instruction by a responsible person. Caution when closing the oven door. Risk of catching parts of your own body or someone else’s. Caution when taking out grills/shelves with cooked food. The grills/shelves can slide down when in a sloping position. Caution: Burn hazard Containers with hot liquid can tip if they hang over the edge of the grill. Caution: Burn hazard Avoid overheating: Detrimental steam can develop, alcohol can ignite, food can dry out and inflame Clean appliance and remove food residues regularly (hygiene, Fire hazard, service life of appliance) Always keep seals and seal areas clean (heat loss) Switch off the oven after use. Disconnect the appliance from the mains for long periods of non-use. Do not load, climb or sit on over door. Do not pull mains plug from power socket by the cable. Do not touch mains plug/-socket with wet hands - Adhere to national and regional regulations when disposing of range - Packaging: Recyclable, the foil and the hard foam parts hav e been labelled accordingly. Dispose of at a public waste-disposal site - Range: Pull the out of power socket. Cut off mains cable. Take appliance and mains cable to public waste-disposal site/ dealer or the official SENS collection points / recyclers. A list of official collection points is available at www.sens.ch The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that this product should not be treated as normal household waste, but must be left at a collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic appliances. In correctly disposing of this product you are making a contribution to the protection of the environment and the health of the rest of the population. The environment and health are at danger through incorrect waste disposal. This applicance meets the EC directives: - 73/23/EWG Low voltage directive including amendment 90/683/EWG - 89/336/EWG EMV directive including amendment 92/31/EWG - 93/68/EWG CE identification directive Customer service One number for all locations - 0848 848 111 or http://www.electrolux.ch 4127 Birsfelden Hauptstrasse 52 9000 St. Gallen Zürcherstrasse 204 e 3018 Bern Morgenstrasse 131 6020 Emmenbrücke Seetalstrasse 11 1028 Préverenges Le Trési 6 7000 Chur Comercialstrasse 19 Mägenwil/Zürich 5506 Mägenwil Industriestrasse 10 6916 Grancia Zona Industriale E Cooking advice/Sales - 044 405 81 11 8048 Zürich Badenerstrasse 587 Replacement parts - 0848 848 023 sales 5506 Mägenwil Industriestrasse 10 The Electrolux Group. The world’s No. 1 choice. The Electrolux Group is the world's largest producer of household appliances, cleaning equipment and products for the forest and garden sector. 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