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EMS 30400OX
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MICROWAVE OVEN 1
USER MANUAL
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CONTENTS
BEFORE USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN ............................................................ 3
SAFETY INFORMATION ............................................................................................ 3
INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................... 7
GUIDANCE CONCERNING OVEN IMPLEMENTS AND ACCESSORIES .................... 8
USE .......................................................................................................................... 9
CARE AND CLEANING ........................................................................................... 16
TECHNICAL INFORMATION ................................................................................... 17
ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS . ............................................................................ 17
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
We recommend the use of original spare parts.
When contacting Service, ensure that you have the following data available.
The information can be found on the rating plate. Model, PNC, Serial Number.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice.
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BEFORE USING YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN
Read the operating instructions
thoroughly. The following guidance has
been prepared to help you get the best
out of your new Electrolux microwave
oven. Make sure you read it through
thoroughly.
It is important that these operating
instructions are retained for future use
as a source of reference. If the appliance
should change owner or be transferred to
someone else, or if you sell the property
and the appliance remains in situ, the
instructions must always accompany the
appliance, so that the new owner can
familiarise themselves with how it works
and the associated warnings.
Make sure you read the entire
operating instructions before using
the appliance and that you follow the
recommendations given.
SAFETY INFORMATION
READ THE MANUAL CAREFULLY AND
RETAIN IT FOR FUTURE USE
• The built-in safety switch prevents
the microwave oven from being used
while the door is open.
• Do not tamper with it or attempt to
use the oven while the door is open,
as this could result in you being
exposed to microwave energy.
• Do not allow spilt food or residual
detergent to accumulate on the
door seals. Regarding cleaning: see
the section entitled "Cleaning and
maintenance".
• It is particularly important that the oven
door seals tightly and that there is no
damage to:
(1) door (not straight), (2) hinges and
lock (broken or loose), (3) the door
frame and seals.
WARNING!
If the door, hinges, locking
arm or seals are defective,
the microwave oven must not
be started until it has been
repaired by an authorised service
technician.
WARNING!
It is dangerous for anyone
other than a service technician
trained by the factory to carry
out services or adjust the oven.
Contact your local service agent
for servicing if necessary.
• Never remove the external cabinet,
door or control panel. This could result
in you being exposed to an extremely
high voltage.
• The oven must only be installed or set
up as described under "Installation
guidance" in these operating
instructions.
• The oven must only be used for the
intended purpose, as described in
the operating instructions. Do not use
corrosive chemicals in the oven. This
type of oven is intended for heating,
cooking or defrosting food products.
It is not designed for industrial,
laboratory or commercial use, which
will invalidate the guarantee.
• Never start an empty oven. The
magnetron may be damaged if there
is no food or water inside the oven to
absorb the microwave energy.
• The oven must not be kept outdoors.
This product must not be used near
water.
• Do not attempt to dry clothing or
newspapers in the microwave oven.
These types of material can self-ignite.
• Do not use the oven for storage
purposes. Do not leave paper
products, kitchen implements or food
in the oven while the oven is not in
use.
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the container is full of food which can
• The temperature of the exterior surfaces
absorb the energy, so that there is no
can be very high when the oven is in
risk of overheating or self-ignition.
use.
WARNING!
• Many plastic trays, cups, freezer
If fumes are visible, switch off the
boxes and plastic films can be used
oven or remove the plug, and keep
in the microwave oven. Follow the
the door closed in order to suffocate
manufacturer's instructions when using
any flames. Never use water.
plastic materials in the oven. Avoid
using plastic containers for food with a
WARNING!
high fat or sugar content, as they reach
Children and infirm people must
such high temperatures that they can
only use the microwave oven
cause some types of plastic to melt.
unsupervised if they have already
been given the necessary guidance, • Never leave the oven unattended
so that they are able to use the
and check it regularly when heating
microwave oven safely and are
or cooking food in containers made
aware of the risks associated with
from plastic, paper or other flammable
incorrect use.
materials.
• Metal containers and containers with
Safe kitchen implements
metal edges should not be used in
• Only use kitchen implements which are
the microwave oven unless they are
suitable for use in a microwave oven.
expressly recommended for use in
microwave ovens.
• Most containers made from glass,
glass ceramics and oven-proof glass
• Containers with narrow openings,
are ideal for use in a microwave oven.
such as bottles, should not be used in
Even though objects made from glass
microwave ovens.
and ceramics are not normally heated
• Take care when removing the lid of a
by microwaves, they can become hot
bowl or container. Risk of scalding
because the heat is transferred from
the food to the container. Oven gloves
Foil trays
should be used.
It is safe to use flat foil trays for heating in
the microwave oven if the following rules
Testing the suitability of
are followed:
cooking implements
1. Foil trays must be no more than 3cm
• Kitchen implements must be checked
(1¼") deep.
to ensure they are suitable for use in
2. Foil lids must not be used.
microwave ovens.
3. The foil trays must be at least two• Place the container in the microwave
thirds full with food. Empty foil trays
oven together with a glass that is halfmust never be placed in the oven.
full of water. Heat at (900W) (100%) for
one minute. If the container feels very
4. Only one foil tray must be placed in the
hot, it should not be used. If it is only
microwave oven at a time and it must
slightly hot, it can be used for heating,
not touch the sides of the oven. If the
but not for cooking. If the container is at
oven has a metal turntable or rack, the
room temperature, it is suitable for use
foil tray must be placed on an upturned
in microwave ovens.
oven-proof plate.
• Paper serviettes, greaseproof paper,
5. Foil containers must never be reused in
kitchen roll, plates, cups, cartons,
the microwave oven.
freezer film and cardboard can be used
6. If the microwave oven has been in
without any risk. Always make sure
use for 15 minutes or more, it must
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be allowed to cool before being used
again.
7. Containers and the turntable can get
hot during use. Be very careful when
taking them out of the oven. It is
recommended that you use a potholder or oven gloves.
8. Remember that when using an
aluminium tray, the cooking or heating
time can be longer than it would
otherwise be. Always check that the
food is piping hot before serving.
Safe cooking
• Do not heat the food in a tin in the
microwave oven. Always pour the food
into a suitable container.
• The microwave oven must not be used
for deepfrying, because the temperature
of the fat cannot be controlled, causing
dangerous situations to arise.
• Popcorn can be made in the microwave
oven, but only in special packets or
containers which are suitable for the
purpose. Never leave the microwave
oven unattended while making popcorn.
• Prick food products that have an
impermeable skin, peel or membrane
in order to prevent steam from building
up and causing them to burst. Apples,
potatoes, chicken liver and egg yokes
are examples of foods which should be
pricked.
• The contents of feeding bottles and jars
of baby food must be stirred or shaken.
To avoid burning, the temperature
should be checked before the food is
given to the child.
WARNING!
Liquids and other food products
must not be heated in tightly sealed
containers, which can explode.
WARNING!
When drinks are heated in a
microwave oven, strong afterboiling can occur. You should
therefore be very careful when
taking the container out of the
oven.
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WARNING!
When liquids such as soups,
sauces and drinks are heated in a
microwave oven, they can reach
boiling point without any bubbles
being visible. This means that the
hot liquid could suddenly boil over.
This can be avoided as follows:
1. Avoid using containers with
straight sides and a narrow
neck.
2. Do not overheat the liquid.
3. Stir the liquid before placing the
container in the oven and again
when half the time has elapsed.
4. Allow the container to stand in
the oven for a while after heating
and stir again before carefully
taking the container out.
WARNING!
Some products, e.g. whole egg
and tightly sealed containers such
as sealed jam jars, can explode and
must not be heated in the oven.
A broken egg can also explode
during cooking. Always prick the
yoke. Place a lid over the egg and
leave it to stand for one minute
before removing the lid.
It is quite normal for steam to seep
out around the door seal, for the
door to mist up and even for water
droplets to form on the underside
of the door while the oven is in
use. This is simply condensed
water from the food being heated
and does not make the oven any
less safe to use. The door is not
designed to seal completely tight
against the oven.
• Do not use rotate the turntable forcefully
by hand. This can cause an operating
fault.
• The occurrence of an electric arc in
the microwave oven is generally due to
metal containers being used. However,
over a long period of time, electric
arcs can damage the oven. Stop the
program and check the container.
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• Make sure there are no obstructions
covering the vents on the top, bottom,
sides and back of the oven.
WARNING!
The oven must not used be
used for commercial purposes.
The oven is intended for
household use only.
Safety instructions
concerning cooking with
the grill, convection and
combination functions.
1. The window in the glass door could
break if water is spilt on it during
cooking with the grill or convection
functions.
2. Use oven gloves when placing
anything in or taking anything out
of the oven. Containers get very
hot, so make sure you do not burn
yourself. The turntable and wire rack
can also get very hot, so use oven
gloves when handling these.
3. Do not touch the internal or external
window in the microwave with metal
components when placing anything
in or taking anything out of the
microwave oven. The internal side of
the door and the microwave oven get
very hot, so take care when cooking
food in the oven.
4. Do not place the turnable or
containers in cold water or cool them
rapidly after use, as this can cause
them to shatter.
5. Do not place objects on top of
the cabinet. The upper part of the
cabinet gets very hot, so anything
placed on this part of the oven could
be damaged by the heat.
6. Only preheat the microwave oven
if you are using the convection
function, never when using the
microwave or combination functions
(microwave and grill or microwave
and convection).
WARNING!
When the combination function
is used, children should
only use the oven under the
supervision of an adult due to
the high temperatures that are
generated.
Keep these instructions in a safe
place!
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INSTALLATION
1. Remove any labels on the door.
2. The oven must be installed on a flat,
horizontal surface. The surface must
be strong enough to withstand the
weight of the oven (25kg) and its
contents at all times. The oven must
be stable so that it cannot vibrate or
generate noise.
3. The oven must not be placed close
to heat and water. Exposing the
oven to heat sources and water can
reduce its efficiency and result in
functional faults. You should therefore
make sure that the oven is installed
at a good distance from heat sources
and water.
4. Do not block the vents on the top
and sides of the cabinet, and do not
place objects on top of the oven. If
the vents are blocked while the oven
is in use, the oven can overheat,
causing functional faults. A lot of hot
air comes out of the vents, so make
sure you do not block them. You
should for example make sure that
curtains do not hang down between
the back of the oven and the wall.
5. Place the oven as far as possible
away from radios and televisions.
The oven complies with the EU's
requirements for the suppression of
radio noise, but interference can still
occur if it is placed close to a radio or
television. The oven should therefore
be placed at the maximum possible
distance away from such appliances.
6. If the oven is placed in a corner,
it must be at least 10cm from the
walls, and there must be 30cm free
headroom above the oven.
IMPORTANT! The oven can be placed
anywhere in the kitchen. Make sure
you place the oven on a flat, horizontal
surface, and make sure you do not
block the vents and the oven base (to
ensure adequate ventilation).
Connecting to the mains
power supply
The oven is supplied with a mains cable
and a plug for a 230V 50Hz earthed
socket. The earth connection reduces
the risk in the event of a short-circuit.
Check that the specified voltage of the
oven corresponds to the power supply
voltage.
NB: If an extension cable is used when
plugging the oven in, the extension
cable must also be earthed.
The oven must not be used
with an unearthed power
supply. Contact an electrician
if you are unsure about the
electrical connection of the
oven, or whether the wiring
system in your house is
earthed.
The appliance must be
connected to earth. If
the oven has a moulded
plug which is unsuitable
for the socket, for safety
reasons it must be replaced
by the manufacturer, the
manufacturer's service agent
or another suitably qualified
installation technician.
If the mains cable is damaged,
for safety reasons it must be
replaced by the manufacturer,
the manufacturer's service
agent or another suitably
qualified technician.
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GUIDANCE CONCERNING OVEN IMPLEMENTS AND ACCESSORIES
Many implements, containers and
materials can be used for cooking
purposes in a microwave oven. Choose
implements, containers and materials that
are suitable for the method of cooking
Materials
Kitchen implements
Ceramics & Pyrex
glass
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes1)
Yes
Yes1)
Yes1)
Glass with metal decoration
No
No
No
No
Lead crystal glass
No
No
No
No
Without metal decoration
Yes
Yes
No
No
Stoneware
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Oven-proof in microwave
oven
Yes
No
No
No
Plastic film
Yes
No
No
No
Roasting pans
No
Yes
Yes
No
Aluminium foil
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cups, plates, kitchen rolls
Yes
No
No
No
Greaseproof paper
Yes
No
No
No
2)
Plastic
Metal
3)
Paper
Mode of operation
Microwave
Combioven
Grill Convection nation
Yes
Oven-proof glass
Porcelain
you are using, both for safety reasons
and to avoid damaging the implements.
The following list is intended for
guidance only.
Wood
No
No
No
No
Accessories Wire rack
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Turntable
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Turntable ring
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
YES: Kitchen implements and accessories that can be used.
NO: Kitchen implements and accessories that must be avoided.
1) Only if they do not have metal parts.
2) Only unglazed or with non-metallic glazing.
3) NOTE: Only use aluminium foil for covering. If too much foil is used, it can cause electric arcs
inside the oven.
Unpacking
NB: When unpacking the oven, check
that it is free from damage. Notify
the retailer immediately if there is any
damage or parts missing. The oven,
oven components and accessories may
be packed in protective film. If so, this
film must be removed before the oven is
used. Do not leave the packaging lying
around so that young children can play
with it. It can be dangerous.
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USE
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
Using your microwave oven
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Parts - names and function
1 Control panel
2 Turntable spindle
3 Turntable ring and wheels. Fitted
to the base of the oven in order to
support the turntable
4 Glass turntable. Food products in
suitable containers are placed on this
tray for cooking. Do not use the oven
without the turntable
5 Window. The food products can be
seen through this window during
cooking
6 Oven door and seal. The oven
door must always be closed during
cooking and the sides must be kept
free from dirt and food remains.
7 Locking hook
8 Grill
9 Stand
Fitting the turntable
NB:
1. Make sure the turntable spindle is
placed in the hole on the bottom of
the oven and interlocks with the
"D" motor drive shaft.
2. Fit the turntable ring and the wheels,
so that they are concentric with the
drive shaft.
3. Place the glass turntable on the
turntable ring and the wheel, and
rotate carefully until it interlocks with
the drive shaft.
• Never place the turntable upside
down.
• The turntable, ring and drive shaft
must be used during cooking.
• Food and containers containing
food must always be placed on the
turntable.
• The turntable can rotate both
clockwise and anticlockwise. This is
normal.
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Control panel
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2
3
4
5
6
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1 Cooking function:
select microwave power, grill,
convection or combination cooking.
2 Power level:
select the required microwave
power level
3 Auto reheating:
select the required reheating
function
4 Defrosting:
select defrosting according to
weight or time
5 Window display:
shows the cooking time, power
level, cooking function and the
time of day
6 Clock:
set the time of day and delayed
start
7 Stop/cancel:
Stop or set the microwave
program to pause, or cancel the
setting for the cooking program
8 Start/continue:
start the microwave oven
9 Function selector:
select the cooking function and time
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Display views
In display views, you can see the
cooking function, convection cooking
and auto cooking.
Setting the clock
When the mains power supply is
connected, the display will show "0.00"
and the beep sound will start. Follow
these steps to set the clock.
1. Press the clock button to select the
12- or 24-hour clock.
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2. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the hour setting.
3. Press the clock button to confirm the
hour setting. The minute indicator will
flash.
4. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the minute setting.
5. Press the clock button to confirm
the minute setting and complete the
clock setting.
Cooking in the microwave oven
1. Open the door and place the food on
the turntable. Close the door.
2. Press the power level button the
required number of times, as
described in Microwave power.
3. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the cooking time.
4. Press the Start/continue button to
start the oven.
Microwave power
Press the
power level
button
Microwave
oven power
level
Watts
Recommended use
Once
100%
900
Boiling or heating liquids.
Cooking vegetables. Preheating
roasting pans.
Twice
80%
720
Reheating meals in pans, casserole
and precooked dishes.
Roasting of cuts of meat on the bone
and poultry.
Three times
50%
450
Faster defrosting of meals in bowls.
Baking of muffins and sponges.
Four times
30%
270
Simmering. Heating of cream-cakes
and cheesecakes.
Five times
10%
90
Keeping food hot.
Grilling
1. Open the door and place the wire
rack on the turntable and the food
on the wire rack. Place a nonmetallic plate beneath the wire rack
to catch any spillages or meat juices
in order to minimise cleaning. Close
the door.
2. Press the function selector once.
The display will flash "140".
3. Rotate the function selector in order
to select the grill function "G-1".
4. Press the Start/continue button to
confirm that "G-1" is displayed.
5. Rotate the function selector to
adjust the cooking time.
6. Press the Start/continue button to
start the oven.
Note:
For better results with the grill function,
you can turn the meat half-way through
the grilling time.
The oven will beep twice to indicate it is
half-way through the grilling time. Open
the door and turn the food. Close the
door and press the Start/continue button.
If you do not open the door to turn the
food, the microwave oven will continue to
grill the food.
Convection cooking
The oven has a convection function,
which enables you to cook food in the
same way as in an ordinary oven. No
microwave power is used.
We recommend that you preheat the
oven to the appropriate temperature
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before placing the food in the oven. When
the oven is at the correct temperature,
it will stay at that temperature for five
minutes. If the oven door is not opened
during this time, the microwave oven will
switch itself off.
Preheating the oven for convection
cooking
1. Press the function selector once.
The display will flash "140".
2. Rotate the function selector to select
the convection function.
3. Select the temperature of the
convection oven by continuing to rotate
the function selector. Temperature
range: 140 – 230°C.
4. Press the Start/continue button to
confirm the temperature.
5. Press the Start/continue button to
start preheating. When the appropriate
temperature has been reached, the
beep will sound twice to remind you
that you have placed food in the oven.
The relevant temperature will flash.
6. Place the food in the oven and close
the door.
7. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the cooking time.
8. Press the Start/continue button to start
the oven.
Note:
To use preheating instead of pressing
the Start/continue button, as in point 4 of
Convection cooking, you must rotate the
function selector to adjust the cooking
time.
Note:
The fan will continue to run for a few
minutes after the end of the convection
program in order to cool the oven.
Combination cooking
With this oven, you can combine
microwaving, grilling and convection
cooking. There are four preset
combinations.
Using combination cooking
1. Open the door and place the food on
the turntable. Close the door.
2. Press the function selector once. The
display will flash "140".
3. Rotate the function selector to select
one of the combinations "C-1", "C-2",
"C-3" or "”C-4"; see the table below
4. Press the Start/continue button to
confirm the combination.
5. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the cooking time.
6. Press the Start/continue button to start
the oven.
Combination cooking
Display
Microwave
oven
Grill Convection
C-1
3
C-2
3
3 165°C
3
C-3
C-4
3
3
3 200°C
3
3 200°C
Cooking in stages
Up to three phases of cooking can be
set with this oven. If one of the phases is
defrosting, this phase must be set as the
first phase.
The beep will sound after each phase, and
the next phase will then start automatically.
Example:
If you want to cook at 100% microwave
power for 10 minutes and then at 80%
microwave power for 5 minutes, you
should follow these steps.
1. Open the door and place the food on
the turntable. Close the door.
2. Press the microwave power button
once to select 100% power.
3. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the cooking time to 10 minutes.
4. Press the microwave power button
twice to select 80% microwave power.
5. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the cooking time to 5 minutes.
6. Press the Start/continue button to start
the oven.
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Delayed start
Up to three phases can be programmed
for a delayed start.
Example:
If you wish to cook the food at 80%
microwave power for 15 minutes with a
delayed start, you should follow these
steps.
1. Open the door and place the food on
the turntable. Close the door.
2. Press the microwave power button
twice to select 80% microwave power.
"P80" will be displayed.
3. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the cooking time to 15 minutes.
4. Press the clock button. The hour digits
will flash.
5. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the hour setting.
6. Press the clock button. The minute
digits will flash.
7. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the minute setting.
8. Press the Start/continue button to
end the setting. The display will show
":". When the set time is reached, the
beep will sound twice and the cooking
will start automatically.
Defrosting according to weight
1. Open the door and place the food on
the turntable. Close the door.
2. Press the defrosting button once. "d-1"
will be displayed.
3. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the weight in grams.
4. Press the Start/continue button to start
defrosting.
Defrosting according to time
1. Open the door and place the food on
the turntable. Close the door.
2. Press the defrosting button twice.
"d-2" will be displayed.
3. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the defrosting time.
4. Press the Start/continue button to start
defrosting.
Notes
• If you are unsure, it is better to
underestimate the defrosting time. The
food will continue defrosting during the
standing period.
• Separate the food as soon as possible.
• Turn large portions such as steaks halfway through the defrosting time.
• Open and/or remove the packaging for
defrosting.
• Place the food in a container which is
large enough to enable it to be easily
stirred.
• Start defrosting poultry with the breast
side down, and turn it halfway through
the defrosting time.
Delicate areas such as wingtips can be
covered with small pieces of smooth
foil.
• The standing time is very important,
particularly for large dense foods which
cannot be stirred. This ensures that
the middle of the food is completely
defrosted before cooking.
Auto cooking
The microwave oven has a number of
preset recipes for automatic cooking,
which enable you to cook the food
perfectly every time.
1. Open the door and place the food on
the turntable. Close the door.
2. Rotate the function selector to select
the recipe for auto cooking.
3. Press the Start/continue button to
confirm the recipe for auto cooking.
4. Rotate the function selector to adjust
the weight of the food.
5. Press the Start/continue button to
confirm the weight.
See the table for auto cooking recipes.
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Preset recipes for auto cooking
Menu
Fish
Soups
Meat
Bread
Pizza
Cakes
Pasta
Weight (g)
150
250
350
450
650
Display
150
250
350
450
650
200ml
200
400ml
400
600ml
600
150
150
300
300
450
450
600
600
50
50
100
100
150
150
200
200
300
300
400
400
475
475
50 with water 450g
50
100 with water 800g 100
Function and booster
Microwave oven 80% power
Microwave oven 100% power
Microwave oven 100% power
G-1 Grill
C-4 30% microwave oven
70% grill and convection 200°C
Convection 180°C
*See note
Microwave oven 80% power
150 with water 1,200g 150
500
500
750
750
1000
1000
1200
1200
150
150
Vegetables 350
350
500
500
230
1
460
2
690
3
Chicken
Potatoes
Note:
The cake recipes which are based on
convection cooking at 180°C require
the oven to be preheated. When the
oven has been preheated and reached
C-4 30% microwave oven
70% grill and convection 200°C
Microwave oven 100% power
Microwave oven 100% power
180°C, the beep will sound to remind
you to open the door to place the
cake in the oven. Then press the Start/
continue button to start the baking.
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Auto reheating
Quick start
This function enables you to heat food
easily using microwave power. The
time and microwave power are preset.
The table below shows the differences
between the auto reheating functions.
1. Open the door and place the food on
the turntable. Close the door.
2. Press the button for auto reheating to
select "t-1", "t-2", "t-3" or "t-4".
3. Rotate the function selector to select
the weight.
4. Press the Start/continue button to
start the reheating.
Press the Start/continue button to cook
at 100% microwave power for
30 seconds. Every time you press the
Start/continue button, the time will
increase by 30 seconds.
Auto reheating functions
Menu
t-1
Auto reheating
t-2
Dinner plate
t-3
Drinks/Coffee
t-4
Muffins/Rolls
Weight (g)
Display
150
150
250
250
350
350
450
450
600
600
250
250
350
350
450
450
1
approx. 240g
1
2
approx. 480g
2
3
approx. 720g
3
1
approx. 70g
1
2
approx. 140g
2
3
approx. 210g
3
Status function
• During the cooking process, you can
press the microwave power button to
see the current power level.
• When you press the clock button, the
current time will be displayed.
• When delayed start has been set, you
can press the clock button to see the
time at which the oven will start.
Childlock
Press the Stop/clear button for
3 seconds. A long beep will sound, and
the lock indicator will be shown, which
indicates that the microwave oven's
buttons have been locked.
Press the Stop/clear buttons for
3 seconds to unlock the oven. A long
beep will sound and the lock indicator
light will go out, which indicates that the
microwave oven's buttons have been
unlocked.
Stopping the oven
There are two ways of stopping the oven
while it is in use.
1. Press the Stop/clear button.
You can restart the oven by pressing
the Start/continue button.
Pressing the Stop/clear button again
will cancel the current program.
2. Open the door.
You can restart the oven by closing
the door and pressing the Start/
continue button.
Pressing the Stop/clear button again
will cancel the current program.
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CARE AND CLEANING
The oven must always be kept clean.
Waste food from overboiling or splashes
attract microwave energy, causing the
food to burn onto the inside of the oven.
Do not tamper with the oven or adjust or
repair any of the oven's parts yourself.
Repairs must only be carried out by an
authorised service technician.
Always make sure you remove the
plug before cleaning the oven.
WARNING! If you do not keep the
oven clean, it may cause the interior
surface of the oven to deteriorate,
which can reduce the lifetime of
the oven and possibly result in a
dangerous situation.
Stubborn food waste can be loosened
by boiling a cup of water in the oven for
2-3 minutes.
NEVER USE A KNIFE OR ANOTHER
IMPLEMENT TO REMOVE WASTE
FOOD FROM THE OVEN SURFACES
Odours inside the oven can be removed
by boiling a cup of water with 2
teaspoons of lemon juice for
5 minutes The turntable motor is
sealed. Nevertheless, you should be
careful to avoid water seeping in below
the turntable spindle when cleaning the
bottom of the oven.
Cleaning the accessories
(turntable and ring)
Cleaning the grill
Before cleaning, remove the accessories
from the oven and clean them with a
mild detergent. Take care when handling
the turntable ring.
CAUTION!
The internal sides of the
turntable and oven can get
very hot, so do not touch them
immediately after use.
External cleaning
Internal cleaning
Always keep the oven clean internally.
Wipe off spills and splashes immediately.
If waste food is allowed to remain on
the inside walls of the oven, door seal
and door, it can reduce the effectiveness
of the oven and damage the internal
components. Remove deposits with mild
liquid detergent, warm water and a soft,
clean cloth.
NEVER USE ABRASIVE CLEANING
AGENTS, ORDINARY OVEN
CLEANER OR WIRE WOOL
SPONGES ON ANY PART OF THE
MICROWAVE OVEN.
The element may become splattered
with grease or oil while the oven is in
use. Wait until the oven has cooled
down and wipe off the oil before using
the oven again. Spots on the grill can
cause unpleasant odours and fumes.
Open the oven door while cleaning
the control panel. This will ensure that
you cannot start the oven. Clean the
external surfaces of the oven using a
mild liquid detergent and water. Then
remove any surplus soap with a clean
damp cloth.
Then wipe with a soft cloth.
Glass cleaner spray or universal kitchen
spray can also be used. Never use
abrasive cleaning agents, scouring
sponges or strong chemicals on the
external surfaces of the oven. Make
sure water does not seep into the oven
vents, as this can damage the working
components of the oven.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
AC voltage
230 - 50 Hz
Power consumption
1,450W
Microwave power
900W
Grill power (quartz)
1,100W
Convection power
2,300W
Combined maximum power
2,350W
Turntable diameter
315mm
Product dimensions (h x w x d)
335mm x 520mm x 510mm
Oven capacity
30 litres
Weight
19.3kg
ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
The symbol
on the product or
packaging indicates that this product
must not be disposed of as household
waste.
It should be taken to a recycling
centre for the processing of electrical
and electronic equipment instead. By
ensuring that this product is disposed of
correctly, you are helping to prevent any
negative impact on the environment or
people's health which could otherwise
be caused by the incorrect disposal
of this product. Contact your local
authority, waste company or the
company you purchased the product
from for more information on recycling
this product.
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