Electrolux DDO60CEWH, DDO60CEGR User manual

Electrolux DDO60CEWH, DDO60CEGR User manual
Model DDO60CE
MODEL NO. DDO60CE
Voltage:
230/240 Volts AC 50Hz
Wattage:
9.3/10.1 kW
Height:
900mm
Width:
600mm
Depth:
600mm
(excluding handles and knobs)
Weight
55kg
This appliance complies with: European Council Directive 73/23/EEC.
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC.
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CONTENTS
Technical Details ....................................................................................................................................
Contents ..................................................................................................................................................
Safety .......................................................................................................................................................
Before Installation ...........................................................................................................................
During Operation .............................................................................................................................
After Use .........................................................................................................................................
General ...........................................................................................................................................
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Introduction .............................................................................................................................................
Rating Plate ....................................................................................................................................
Installation .......................................................................................................................................
General Notes on using your Appliance .........................................................................................
About Condensation and Steam .....................................................................................................
The Cooling Fan for the Controls ....................................................................................................
Control Panel Indicator Neons ........................................................................................................
Cookware ........................................................................................................................................
Grill and Oven Furniture ..................................................................................................................
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Getting to Know Your Appliance .......................................................................................................... 10
The Control Panel ........................................................................................................................... 10
The Timer ........................................................................................................................................ 11
The Ceramic Hob .................................................................................................................................... 13
Recommended Saucepans ............................................................................................................ 13
Hints and Tips ................................................................................................................................. 13
Deep Fat Frying ...................................................................................................................................... 14
Preserving ............................................................................................................................................... 14
The Grill ................................................................................................................................................... 15
Selecting the Grill ............................................................................................................................ 15
Things to Note ................................................................................................................................. 15
The Grill Pan and Handle ............................................................................................................... 15
Hints and Tips ................................................................................................................................. 16
Grilling Chart ................................................................................................................................... 16
The Top Oven ..........................................................................................................................................
Uses of the Fan Oven .....................................................................................................................
Selecting the Top Oven ..................................................................................................................
Things to Note .................................................................................................................................
To Fit the Top Oven Shelf ...............................................................................................................
Hints and Tips .................................................................................................................................
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The Main Fan Oven ................................................................................................................................. 19
Uses of the Fan Oven ..................................................................................................................... 19
Selecting the Fan Oven .................................................................................................................. 19
Things to Note ................................................................................................................................. 19
To Fit the Main Oven Shelves ........................................................................................................ 19
Hints and Tips ................................................................................................................................. 20
Oven Cooking Chart ............................................................................................................................... 21
Roasting Chart ........................................................................................................................................ 22
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CONTENTS
Defrosting ................................................................................................................................................ 23
Uses of Defrost Feature .................................................................................................................. 23
Selecting Defrost ............................................................................................................................. 23
Things to Note ................................................................................................................................. 23
Hints and Tips ................................................................................................................................. 23
Care and Cleaning .................................................................................................................................. 24
Cleaning Materials .......................................................................................................................... 24
Cleaning the Ceramic Hob .............................................................................................................. 24
Hints and Tips ................................................................................................................................. 25
Cleaning the Outside of the Appliance ........................................................................................... 25
Cleaning the Grill Pan, Grill Pan Grid and Oven Shelves ............................................................... 25
Cleaning Inside the Oven and Grill Compartments ........................................................................ 25
Hints and Tips ................................................................................................................................. 25
Cleaning between the Outer and Inner Door Glass ........................................................................ 26
Replacing the Oven Light Bulb ....................................................................................................... 27
Something not Working? ....................................................................................................................... 28
Service and Spare Parts ........................................................................................................................ 29
Customer Service Centres .....................................................................................................................
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Guarantee Conditions ............................................................................................................................ 32
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SAFETY
After installation, please dispose of
the packaging with due regard to
safety and the environment, your
local authority can arrange this.
THESE WARNINGS ARE PROVIDED IN
THE INTERESTS OF YOUR SAFETY.
ENSURE THAT YOU UNDERSTAND
THEM ALL BEFORE INSTALLING OR
USING THE APPLIANCE.
PLEASE
READ
CAREFULLY
DURING OPERATION
Do not use this appliance if it is in
contact with water. Never operate it
with wet hands.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
This appliance is designed to be
operated by adults. Young children
must not be allowed to tamper with
the appliance or play with the
controls.
This appliance is heavy and care
must be taken when moving it.
Ensure that all packaging, both
inside and outside the appliance has
been removed before the appliance
is used.
During use the appliance becomes
hot. Care should be taken to avoid
touching the heating elements inside
the oven.
If the appliance is to be placed on a
base, measures must be taken to
prevent the appliance slipping from
the base.
Accessible parts especially around
the grill area may become hot when
the appliance is in use. Children
should be kept away until it has
cooled.
Do not try to lift or move the
appliance by pulling the door
handles.
Take great care when heating fats
and oils, as they will ignite if they
become too hot.
The electrical installation work must
be undertaken by a qualified
electrician/competent person.
This appliance has been designed for
cooking edible foodstuffs only, and
must not be used for any other
purposes.
It is dangerous to alter or modify the
specifications of the appliance in any
way.
Never place plastic or any other
material which may melt in the oven
or on the hob.
Do not use the appliance if the
ceramic glass is damaged. If a fault
or crack becomes visible during
cooking, disconnect the appliance
immediately from the electricity
supply and contact your Local
Service Force Centre.
Ensure cooking utensils are large
enough to contain foods to prevent
spillages and boil overs.
The handles of saucepans which are
smaller than the heated area on the
hob will become hot. Ensure your
hand is protected before handling the
pan.
Do not place silver foil or plastic
containers on ceramic glass.
Do not allow young children to play
with any part of the packaging.
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Take
care
to
follow
the
recommendations given for tending
the food when grilling.
Do not leave utensils containing
foodstuffs, e.g. fat or oil in or on the
appliance in case it is inadvertently
switched on.
Ensure that you support the grill pan
when it is in the withdrawn or partially
withdrawn position.
Cookers and hobs become very hot,
and retain their heat for a long period
of time after use. Children should be
kept well away from the appliance
until it has cooled.
Ensure that all vents are left
unobstructed to ensure ventilation of
the oven cavity.
GENERAL
Ensure the anti-tilt shelves are put in
place correctly. Refer to instructions
on pages 17 and 19.
Under no circumstances should
any repairs be carried out by an
inexperienced person as this may
cause injury or serious malfunction.
Never line any part of the appliance
with aluminium foil. Do not allow
heatproof materials e.g. roasting
bags, to come into contact with oven
elements.
This appliance should be serviced by
an authorised service Engineer and
only genuine-approved spare parts
should be used. Details of repair and
servicing arrangements are supplied
on page 29 of this book.
Always stand back from the
appliance when opening the oven
door to allow any build up of steam or
heat to release.
Do not stand on the appliance or on
the open oven door.
Do not hang towels, dishcloths or
clothes from the appliance or its
handle. They are a safety hazard.
Never
leave
the
appliance
unattended when the oven doors
are open.
Always allow the cooling fan to cool
the appliance down before switching
off at the wall prior to carrying out
any cleaning or maintenance work.
Do not place sealed cans or
aerosols inside the oven. They may
explode if they are heated.
Only clean this appliance in
accordance with the instructions
given in this book.
Extreme care must be taken when
using a ceramic hob scraper.
Do not leave the hotplates switched
ON for long periods when not
covered by a saucepan.
The
controls may overheat.
AFTER USE
Your safety is of paramount importance.
Ensure that all control knobs are in
the OFF position when not in use.
Therefore, if you are unsure about any of
the meanings of these WARNINGS contact
the:
For hygiene and safety reasons
this appliance should be kept
clean at all times. A build-up of
fats or other foodstuffs could
result in a fire, especially in the
grill pan.
Customer Care Department
Telephone 0870 5 950950
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INTRODUCTION
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
RATING PLATE
The cable must be routed away from potentially hot
areas marked by X in the diagram below.
Record the model, product and serial numbers on the
back cover of this instruction book from the rating
plate. This is situated on the lower front frame of the
appliance and can be seen upon opening the fan
oven door.
REAR VIEW
To move the appliance, open the fan oven door, and
lift the appliance by holding inside the top of the
compartment.
The appliance must be protected by a suitably rated
fuse or circuit breaker. The rating of the appliance is
given on the rating plate.
Do not remove the rating plate from the appliance
as this may invalidate the guarantee.
INSTALLATION
If your appliance has been damaged in transit,
contact your supplier immediately. DO NOT attempt
to install it.
This is a type Y appliance which means it is freestanding and can be fitted with cabinets on one or
both sides. It may also be fitted in a corner setting.
Your appliance left the factory fully packaged to
protect it from damage. If it is delivered without
packaging and damage has occurred, the
manufacturer cannot accept responsibility. Contact
you supplier for advice.
Ensure that the appliance is standing level.
Side walls which are above hob level should be
protected by heat resistant non-combustible material
and MUST NOT be nearer than 40mm to the hob
side.
Once the packaging has been removed the appliance
should only be moved by hand. DO NOT use a sack
barrow or any other aid to lift the appliance as
damage may occur.
A nominal air gap of 2mm all around the appliance is
required to enable the appliance to be moved into
position.
Connection to the electricity supply must be carried
out by a qualified electrician/competent person.
Two spacers have been incorporated into the back of
the appliance to ensure hotplate level. Tiles or other
forms of deep wall covering should not obscure this
gap.
The electrical connection should be made using a
double pole isolating switch (cooker socket) with at
least 3mm contact separation in all poles. The cable
must have conductors of sufficiently high crosssectional area to prevent overheating and
deterioration.
2
Six
square
millimetres
(6.00mm )
recommended cross-section area.
is
Air gap
the
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Note: Vapours from the oven vents may in time
cause discolouration of wallcoverings behind the
appliance. For ease of cleaning it may be preferable
to tile behind the appliance.
THE COOLING FAN FOR THE
CONTROLS
The cooling fan operates immediately when the grill
or top oven is switched on. It may run on after the
controls are switched off until the appliance has
cooled. If an automatic programme has been set the
cooling fan does not switch on until the cooktime
begins.
Note: The action of the cooling fan will depend on
how long the top oven or grill have been used and at
what temperature. It may not run on where the grill
or top oven has been used for a short time or at low
temperatures. Do not switch the appliance off at its
power point until the cooling fan has cooled the
appliance down.
Overhanging surfaces or a cooker hood should be a
minimum of 685mm above the hob.
CONTROL PANEL INDICATOR NEONS
These lights indicate whether the grill or ovens are
switched on.
It is important to ensure that the appliance is level
after installation. Levelling feet are fitted to the
appliance to accommodate uneven floors.
The neons also indicate when the set temperature
has been reached. They will turn on and off during
use to show that the temperature is being
maintained.
GENERAL NOTES ON USING YOUR
APPLIANCE
If the neons do not operate as the instructions
indicate the controls have been incorrectly set.
Return all controls to zero and re-set following the
instructions for the required setting.
We suggest that you run the oven elements for 10 –
o
15 minutes at 220 C to burn off any residue from
their surfaces. The procedure should be repeated
with the grill for approximately 5 – 10 minutes.
During this period an odour may be emitted, it is
therefore advisable to open a window for ventilation.
When the oven has been set for automatic cooking
the neon will remain unlit until the cooktime begins.
COOKWARE
ABOUT CONDENSATION AND STEAM
Baking trays, oven dishes etc., should not be placed
directly against the grid covering the fan at the back
of the oven.
When food is heated it produces steam similar to a
boiling kettle. The oven is vented to allow some of
this steam to escape. However, always stand back
from the appliance when opening the oven door to
allow any build up of steam or heat to release.
Do not use baking trays larger than 30cm x 35cm
(12” x 14”) as they will restrict the circulation of heat
and may affect performance.
If the steam comes into contact with a cool surface
on the outside of the appliance, e.g. a trim, it will
condense and produce water droplets. This is quite
normal and is not caused by a fault on the appliance.
To prevent discolouration, regularly wipe away
condensation and also soilage from surfaces,
including the vent at the rear of the hob. See note at
the top of this page.
For your safety wallcoverings at the rear of the
appliance should be securely fixed to the wall.
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GRILL AND OVEN FURNITURE
The following items of grill and oven furniture have
been supplied with the appliance. If you require
replacements of any of the items listed below please
contact your local Service Force Centre, quoting the
relevant part number.
1 grill pan
(311409401)
1 grill pan handle
(311468100)
Note
If you require an additional handle for your grill pan,
this can be ordered from your local Service Force
Centre by quoting part number 311479800\6.
1 grill pan grid
(311419801)
3 straight shelves
for main oven and
top oven cooking
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR APPLIANCE
THE CONTROL PANEL
A
B
D
G
F
B
E
C
FEATURES
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
-
Timer
Main Oven Temperature Control
Main Oven Indicator Neon
Top Oven Temperature Control
Top Oven Indicator Neon
Grill Control
Hotplate Controls
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THE ELECTRONIC MINUTE MINDER
Button 1 =
( - ) Decrease control and minute
minder setting button
Button 2 =
( + ) Increase control
(
Bell Symbol
) Bell Symbol
The electronic minute minder can also be used to
show the time of day.
1
Please note that this is a 24 hour clock, for example
2.00pm is shown as 1400.
Fig. 1.
In the following pages we explain how to use the
minute minder and set the time of day. Read through
them a few times until you are familiar with the
procedure.
If the appliance is switched off on the wall, or there is
a loss of power, the clock will stop and you will not be
able to use the oven.
Fig. 2.
1) TO SET THE TIME OF DAY
When the electricity supply is first switched on,
the display will flash 0.00 see Fig.1
Press buttons (1) and (2) together.
Release the buttons and 0.00 will appear in the
display as Fig. 2. Within 5 seconds press
button (2). 12.00 will show in the display as Fig.
3.
Within 5 seconds press and hold either button
(1) to decrease or button (2) to increase the time
until the correct time of day on the 24 hour clock
is reached, e.g. 14.30, see Fig. 4.
Fig. 3.
Fig. 4.
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2) THE MINUTE MINDER
Fig. 5.
The minute minder gives an audible reminder at
the end of any period of cooking up to 23 hours
and 59 minutes.
To set press button (1) and the display will read
0.00, see Fig. 5.
Release button (1) and press and hold button (2).
The display will count up in one minute intervals
until the interval to be timed is reached, e.g. 30
minutes, see Fig. 6. If necessary press and hold
button (1) to achieve the correct time interval.
Fig. 6.
The bell symbol will show in the display.
The minute minder will begin to count down once
set. The time of day will show in the display. To
show the remainder of the cook time press button
(1).
Fig. 7.
At the end of the timed period an audible signal
will sound for up to 2 minutes. The bell symbol
will flash and the time of day will show in the
display, see Fig 7.
To stop the sound press button (1). The bell
symbol will go out and show the time of day e.g.
15.00, see Fig 8.
Fig. 8.
3) TO CANCEL THE MINUTE MINDER
If you change your mind and want to cancel the
minute minder.
Press and release button (1), see Fig. 9. Press
and hold button (1) and the display will
countdown in one minute intervals to 0.00. see
Fig 10.
Release button (1). After a few seconds the time
of day will show in the display, see Fig. 11.
Fig. 9.
Fig. 10.
Fig. 11.
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THE CERAMIC HOB
CAUTION: DO NOT USE THE APPLIANCE IF THE CERAMIC GLASS IS DAMAGED. IF A FAULT OR CRACK
BECOMES VISIBLE DURING COOKING, DISCONNECT THE APPLIANCE IMMEDIATELY FROM THE
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AND CONTACT YOUR LOCAL SERVICE FORCE CENTRE
USING THE HOB
·
To operate the hotplates turn the control knobs in
either direction to vary the heat setting.
·
The highest number represents the hottest
setting and the lowest number represents the
coolest setting. Chose a setting appropriate to
the quantity and type of food to be cooked.
NOTE
Occasionally the heated areas may be seen to switch
ON and OFF when higher heat settings are being
used. This is due to a safety device which prevents
the glass from overheating. Some switching ON and
OFF when cooking at high temperatures, e.g. deep
fat frying is quite normal, causes no damage to the
hob and little delay in cooking times.
Excessive switching may however be caused by the
use of an unsuitable saucepan or a saucepan which
is smaller than the heated area.
If excessive
switching occurs, discontinue use of the saucepan.
RECOMMENDED SAUCEPANS
For speed and economy only good quality saucepans
with flat bases and close fitting lids are
recommended.
The saucepan base should be
approximately the same size as the cooking area, a
base diameter of up to 225mm (9”) may be used on a
180mm (7”) heated area.
HINTS AND TIPS
·
Lift, rather than slide saucepans on and off the
heated areas. This will reduce the risk of
scratches and metal marks from saucepans with
aluminium bases. Metal marks can be easily
cleaned off providing they are not allowed to burn
on.
·
Follow any guidelines provided by the saucepan
manufacturer, particularly those relating to
recommended heat settings.
·
Avoid using thin, badly dented or distorted
saucepans. Those with uneven bases should not
be used.
Ensure that new saucepans are well scrubbed to
remove edges and take off any deposits left from
manufacture.
Pressure cookers, preserving pans, etc., should
comply with the recommendations given above.
Traditional round bottomed Woks must not be used
even with a stand. Woks with flat-bottomed bases
are available and do comply with the above
recommendations.
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5. Double frying chips.
To prolong the life of the hotplates:·
Never use utensils with a skirt, e.g. a bucket.
·
Never use an asbestos mat.
·
Never leave the hotplates ON when not
covered with a saucepan.
·
Ensure that the hob and saucepans are clean
and dry before the start of cooking to reduce
cleaning.
·
Follow the cleaning instructions very closely to
keep the hob looking like new.
·
If spillage occurs with sugar solutions, e.g.
jams and syrups, it must be wiped from the
hob before it sets and becomes hard
otherwise damage to the hob will occur.
Double frying will ensure good chips. First fry the
chips for a few minutes at 170°C/340°F to seal
the outside. Remove the chips from the oil.
Increase the temperature of the oil to
190°C/375°F to finish cooking and brown the
chips.
Chips may be kept for several hours after the first
frying before finishing off with the second frying.
6. Frying temperatures
DEEP FAT FRYING
SPECIAL FRYING NOTE:
For safety purposes when deep fat frying, fill the pan
one third full of oil, DO NOT cover the pan with a lid
and DO NOT leave the pan unattended. In the
unfortunate event of a fire, switch the appliance OFF
at the electricity supply and cover the pan with a lid
or damp cloth to assist in smothering the flames.
Celsius
Scale (°C)
150
Fahrenheit
Scale (°F)
300
First frying of potatoes
170
175
180
340
350
360
Second frying of potatoes
Frying chicken and fish
190
195
200
375
380
390
PRESERVING
1. DO NOT use a pan that overlaps the perimeter of
the hob trim.
2. To allow for a full rolling boil, the pan should be
no more than one third full when all the
ingredients have been added. It is better to use
two pans rather than overfill one, or use half
quantities.
DO NOT use water on the fire. Leave the pan to cool
for at least 30 minutes before moving it.
DO NOT leave the fat or oil in the frying pan on the
hob to store it in case the hob is inadvertently
switched ON.
3. Use firm fruit or vegetables and wash well before
using.
1. Preparing the food.
Seal the food by coating with flour, egg and
breadcrumbs or batter. Do not use a basket with
batter coated foods as they will stick.
4. Preserving sugar gives clear jam, however
granulated sugar is cheaper and gives equally
good flavour.
2. Amount of oil.
5. Crystallization may be caused if sugar is not
completely dissolved before bringing jam to the
boil. Over boiling will affect the flavour, setting
properties and colour of the jam.
For safety purposes fill the pan only one-third full
of oil.
3. Testing the temperature of the oil.
6. To test jam for setting:
It is advisable to use a thermometer to test the
temperature of the oil. Alternatively, drop a small
cube of bread into the oil which should brown in
just under a minute if the oil is at the correct
temperature of 190°C/375°F.
If a jam thermometer is available, boil jam to
104°C. Marmalade should be boiled to 106°C.
If a jam thermometer is not available, remove
pan from heat, place sample of jam on a cold
dish and cool quickly (i.e. in a freezer or frozen
food storage compartment of a refrigerator).
When cold it will crinkle and hold the mark of a
finger run through it, if it is at setting point.
4. Cooking the food.
Lower the food gently into the oil. Do Not add
too much food at once or the temperature of the
oil will be reduced and may result in soggy,
greasy food.
7. The scum should be removed as soon as
possible after setting point has been reached.
Marmalade should be allowed to cool before
potting to prevent the peel rising.
Turn the food if necessary; doughnuts float to the
surface so will not brown on the upperside if not
turned. Once cooked, drain the food on absorbent
paper.
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THE GRILL
USES OF THE GRILL
CAUTION – ACCESSIBLE PARTS MAY BECOME HOT WHEN THE GRILL IS IN USE.
CHILDREN SHOULD BE KEPT AWAY.
SELECTING THE GRILL
·
To operate the grill open the grill door and turn
the grill control in either direction.
·
The highest number represents the hottest
setting and the lowest number the coolest
setting.
·
Setting 5 represents the grill on Full.
At lower settings the grill may turn on and off
over time and you may prefer to use these
settings for keeping food warm. The food will
however continue to cook gently if the grill is
used for this purpose.
Slide the handle to the left and over the central bump
on the grill pan.
Ensure the handle is correctly located. It is not
necessary to remove the grill pan handle during
grilling.
THINGS TO NOTE
THE GRILL DOOR MUST BE LEFT OPEN DURING
GRILLING.
Closing the grill door will cut OFF the power to the
grill element preventing incorrect use.
Some smoke from fat splashes may be evident as
the grill cleans itself.
To remove the handle, slide the handle to the right
and lift the handle away from the cut out on the grill
pan.
THE GRILL PAN AND HANDLE
The grill pan is supplied with a removable handle.
To attach the handle, place the wirework under the
cut out in the pan so that the metal hooks over the
top of the grill pan.
Place the grill pan on the shelf so that the pan is
positioned centrally beneath the grill.
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GRILLING CHART
To check the progress of the food being grilled, the
grill pan should be withdrawn on the shelf to attend to
food during cooking.
FOOD
HINTS AND TIPS
·
Food should be thoroughly dried before grilling to
minimise splashing. Brush lean meats and fish
lightly with a little oil or melted butter to keep
them moist during cooking.
RUNNER
POSITION
Bacon Rashers
2
GRILL TIME
(mins in total)
5-6
Beefburgers
2
10-15
Chicken Joints
2
30-40
Chops – Lamb
Pork
2
2
15-20
20-30
Fish Whole
Trout
Mackerel
2
15-25
Fillets – Plaice/Cod
2
10-15
Kebabs
2
20-30
2
8-12
·
Adjust the height of the grilling grid and grill pan
runner position to allow for different foods.
Kidneys
Lamb/Pig
·
Accompaniments such as tomatoes and
mushrooms may be placed underneath the grid
when grilling meats.
Liver Lamb/Pig
2
10-20
Sausages
2
20-30
Steaks – Rare
Medium
Well Done
2
2
2
6-12
12-16
14-20
Toasted
sandwiches
2
3-4
·
When toasting bread use the straight shelf in
position 2 with the grid in the high position.
·
Preheat the grill on a full setting for a few minutes
before sealing steaks or toasting. Adjust the heat
setting and runner position as necessary during
cooking.
·
The food should be turned over during cooking
as required.
·
When using the centre section of the dual grill,
ensure food is positioned centrally on the grill
pan grid in the grill pan.
–
The times quoted above are given as a guide and
should be adjusted to suit personal taste.
NOTE
If you require an additional handle for your grill pan,
this can be ordered from your local Service Force
Centre by quoting part number 311479800\6.
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THE TOP OVEN
USES OF THE TOP OVEN
The top oven is the smaller of the two ovens. It is heated by elements in the top and bottom of the oven. It is
designed for cooking on one level and for small quantities of food. It gives especially good results if used to cook
fruit cakes, sweet or savoury flans or quiche.
The top oven is also ideal for use as a warming compartment to warm dishes and keep food hot.
temperature setting of 80C° -100°C on the top oven control.
Use a
SELECTING THE TOP OVEN
THINGS TO NOTE
TO FIT THE TOP OVEN SHELF
1. The grill cannot be operated when the top oven is
in use. If the grill and top oven controls are
selected at the same time, only the top oven will
operate.
The shelf should be fitted with the straight rods
uppermost on the frame and the forms towards the
back of the oven. If not fitted correctly the anti-tilt
and safety stop mechanism will be affected.
2. The top oven neon indicator will glow until the
oven has reached the desired temperature and
then go out. It will turn ON and OFF periodically
during cooking showing that the temperature is
being maintained.
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HINTS AND TIPS
·
Most cooking should be carried out using an
oven shelf positioned in one of the shelf runners.
·
Larger roasts and casseroles should normally be
cooked in the main oven. However, they may be
cooked on a flat shelf placed on the base of the
top oven provided there is sufficient room for air
circulation around the food.
·
·
DO NOT place dishes or baking trays directly
onto the oven base as it becomes very hot and
damage may occur.
·
The material and finish of the baking trays and
dishes will affect the degree of base browning of
the food. Enamelware, dark, heavy or non-stick
utensils increase base browning.
Shiny
aluminium or polished steel trays reflect the heat
away and give less base browning.
·
DO NOT use the grill pan as a baking tray as this
will increase base browning of the food.
·
Because of the smaller cooking space, lower
temperatures and shorter cooking times are
sometimes required.
Be guided by the
recommendations on page 21.
·
For economy leave the door open for the shortest
possible time, particularly when placing food into
a pre-heated oven.
Stand dishes on a suitably sized baking tray on
the shelf to prevent spillage onto the oven base
and to help reduce cleaning.
·
There should always be at least 2.5cm (1”)
between the top of the food and the element.
This gives best cooking results and allows room
for rise in yeast mixtures, Yorkshire puddings etc.
·
When cooking cakes, pastry, scones, bread etc.,
place the tins or baking trays centrally on the
shelf directly below the element.
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THE MAIN FAN OVEN
USES OF THE FAN OVEN
The oven is heated by an element around the fan situated behind the back panel. The fan draws air from the oven
and the element heats the air which circulates in the oven via the vents in the back panel. The advantages of fan
oven cooking are:
PREHEATING
The fan oven quickly reaches its temperature, so it is not usually necessary to preheat the oven. Without
preheating however, you may find you need to add an extra 5 – 10 minutes on the recommended cooking times.
For recipes needing high temperatures, e.g. bread, pastries, scones, soufflés etc., best results are achieved if the
oven is preheated first. For best results when cooking frozen or cooked chilled ready meals always preheat the
oven first.
COOKING TEMPERATURES
Fan oven cooking generally requires lower temperatures than conventional cooking. Follow the temperature
recommended in the chart on page 21. As a guide reduce temperatures by about 20C° - 25°C for your own
recipes.
BATCH BAKING
The fan oven cooks evenly on all shelf levels, especially useful when batch baking.
SELECTING THE FAN OVEN
·
TO FIT THE MAIN OVEN SHELVES
Turn the main oven temperature control to the
required setting.
The shelf should be fitted with the straight rods
uppermost on the frame and the forms towards the
back of the oven. If not fitted correctly the anti-tilt
and safety stop mechanism will be affected.
THINGS TO NOTE
1. The main oven indicator neon will glow until the
oven has reached the desired temperature and
then go out. It will turn ON and OFF periodically
during cooking showing that the temperature is
being maintained.
2. The interior oven light will come ON when the
main oven control is turned.
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HINTS AND TIPS
·
Arrange the shelves in the required positions
before switching the oven ON. Shelf positions
are numbered from the bottom upwards.
·
When cooking more than one dish in the fan
oven, place dishes centrally on different shelves
rather than cluster several dishes on one shelf,
this will allow the heat to circulate freely for the
best cooking results.
·
When batch baking one type of food e.g. Victoria
sandwich cakes, those of similar size will be
cooked in the same time.
·
It is recommended that when baking larger
quantities, the shelf positions should be evenly
spaced to suit the load being cooked. A slight
increase in cooking time may be necessary.
·
DO NOT place baking trays directly on the oven
floor as it interferes with the oven air circulation
and can lead to base burning; use the lower shelf
position. However, non-critical dishes/foods may
be placed on the base of the oven when
additional space is required.
·
The use of excessively high temperatures can
cause uneven browning. It may be necessary to
reduce temperatures slightly.
Refer to the
recommendations given in the oven cooking
chart on page 21.
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OVEN COOKING CHART
The oven temperatures are intended as a guide only. It may be necessary to increase or decrease the temperature
by 10°C to suit individual preferences and requirements.
FAN OVEN
FOOD
Biscuits
Bread
Bread rolls/buns
Cakes:
SHELF
POSITION
Shelf
Small & Queen
Sponges
Victoria Sandwich
Madeira
Rich Fruit
Christmas
Gingerbread
Meringues
Flapjack
Shortbread
Casseroles:
Beef/lamb
Chicken
Convenience Foods
Fish
Fish Pie (Potato Topped)
Fruit Pies, Crumbles
Milk Puddings
Pasta Lasagne etc.
Pastry:
Choux
Eclairs, Profiteroles
Flaky/Puff Pies
Shortcrust
Mince Pies
Meat Pies
Quiche, Tarts, Flans
Patés and Terrines
Roasting Meat, Poultry
Scones
Shepherd’s Pie
Soufflés
Vegetables:
Baked Jacket Potatoes
Roast Potatoes
Stuffed Marrow
Stuffed Tomatoes
Yorkshire Puddings: Large
Individual
positions
are not
critical
but ensure
that oven
shelves are
evenly
spaced
when more
than one is
used
COOKING
TEMP °C
180-190
200-220
200-220
160-170
160-170
160-170
140-150
130-140
130-140
SHELF
POSITION
1
1*
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
COOKING
TEMP°C
170-190
200-220
200-220
180-190
160-170
160-170
140-150
130-140
130-140
140-150
1
140-150
80-100
1
90-100
170-180
1
170-180
130-140
1
140-150
140-160
1*
140-160
180-190
1*
180-190
Follow manufacturer’s instructions
170-190
1
170-190
190-200
1*
190-200
190-200
1
190-200
130-140
1
140-150
190-200
1
170-180
190-200
1
180-190
170-180
1
170-180
210-220
1*
210-220
190-200
1
190-200
190-210
1*
190-210
180-210
1
180-200
150-160
1
150-160
160-180
1*
160-180
210-220
1
220-230
190-200
1*
190-200
170-180
1
170-180
180-190
1
180-190
180-190
1
180-190
180-190
1
180-190
180-190
1
180-190
210-220
1
200-210
200-210
1
200-210
* = Shelf on the oven base
Note: Shelf positions are counted from the bottom of the oven.
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TOP OVEN
APPROX
COOK TIME (m)
10 – 20
25 – 30
15 – 20
18 -25
18 - 20
18 -25
1¼ - 1½h
2¼ - 2½h
3 – 4½h
depends on size
1¼ - 1½h
2½ - 3h
25 - 30
45 - 65
2½ - 3h
1¼ - 1½h
20 - 30
20 - 25
40 - 50
1½ - 2h
40 - 45
30 - 35
20 - 30
25 - 40
15 - 20
25 - 35
25 - 45
1 – 1½h
see roasting chart
8 - 10
30 - 40
20 - 30
1 – 1½h
1 – 1½h
30 - 35
15 - 20
25 - 40
15 - 25
ROASTING CHART
The oven temperatures are intended as a guide only. It may be necessary to increase or decrease the
temperatures by 10°C to suit individual preferences and requirements.
ROASTING CHART
INTERNAL TEMPERATURES –
Rare : 50-60°C; Medium : 60-70°C; Well done : 70-80°C
MEAT
SECOND/FAN
OVEN
COOKING TIME
20-35 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 20-35 minutes over
Beef
160-180°C
Beef, boned
160-180°C
25-35 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 25-35 minutes over
Mutton and Lamb
160-180°C
25-35 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 25-35 minutes over
Pork and Veal
160-180°C
30-40 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 30-40 minutes over
Ham
160-180°C
30-40 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 30-40 minutes over
Chicken
160-180°C
15-20 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 20 minutes over
Turkey and Goose
160-180°C
15-20 minutes per ½kg (1lb) up
to 3½kg (7lb) then 10 minutes
per ½kg (1lb) over 3½kg (7lb)
Duck
160-180°C
25-35 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 25-30 minutes over
Pheasant
160-180°C
35-40 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 35-40 minutes over
Rabbit
160-180°C
20 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 20 minutes over
Potatoes with
meat
160-180°C
according to size
Potatoes without
meat
180-190°C
according to size
The roasting temperatures and times given in the chart should be adequate for most joints, but slight adjustments
may be required to allow for personal requirements and the shape and texture of the meat. However, lower
temperatures and longer cooking times are recommended for less tender cuts or larger joints.
Wrap joints in foil if preferred, for extra browning uncover for the last 20 – 30 min. cooking time.
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DEFROSTING
USES OF DEFROST FEATURE
Small or thin fish fillets, frozen peeled prawns, cubed
or minced meat, liver, thin chops, steaks etc., can be
thawed in 1 – 2 hours.
This main oven function defrosts most foods faster
than more conventional methods. It is particularly
suitable for delicate frozen foods which are to be
served cold e.g. cream filled gateaux, cakes covered
with icings or frostings, cheesecakes, biscuits,
scones etc.
A 1kg/2¼lb oven ready chicken will be thawed in
approximately 5 hours. Remove the giblets as soon
as possible during the thawing process.
Joints of meat up to 2kg/4½lb in weight can be
thawed using the defrost function.
It is preferable to thaw fish, meat and poultry slowly
in the fridge. However, this process can be
accelerated by using the defrost function.
ALL JOINTS OF MEAT AND POULTRY MUST BE
THAWED THOROUGHLY BEFORE COOKING.
ALWAYS COOK THOROUGHLY IMMEDIATELY
AFTER THAWING.
SELECTING DEFROST
·
HINTS AND TIPS
Turn the main oven temperature control to the
defrost setting.
·
When defrost is selected, the oven indicator neon
may come ON. It will stay ON until the oven
reaches room temperature and then go OFF.
·
It may turn ON and OFF periodically during
defrosting to maintain a steady room
temperature, inside the oven.
·
Place the frozen food in a single layer where
possible and turn it over half way through the
defrosting process.
·
The actual speed of defrosting is influenced by
room temperature. On warm days defrosting will
be faster than on cooler days.
·
DO NOT leave food at room temperature once it
is defrosted. Cook raw food immediately or store
cooked food in the fridge, once it has cooled.
THINGS TO NOTE
Care must always be taken when handling foods in
the home. Always follow the basic rules of food
hygiene to prevent bacterial and microbial growth
and cross contamination when defrosting, preparing,
cooking, cooling and freezing foods.
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CARE AND CLEANING
If Hob Brite is unavailable, one or more of the
cleaning agents below may be used temporarily:
a) Cif Cream Cleaner
b) Baking Soda
BEFORE CLEANING THE APPLIANCE,
ALWAYS ALLOW THE COOLING FAN TO
COOL DOWN BEFORE SWITCHING OFF
THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY.
TO REMOVE MORE STUBBORN MARKS
CLEANING MATERIALS
1. Bar Keepers Friend may be used to clean off
more
stubborn
stains
or
to
remove
discolourations.
It may be necessary to rub the marks hard for
several minutes.
2. Use a plastic pad specially for non-stick
saucepans with Bar-Keepers Friend for removal
of more stubborn soilage.
Before using any cleaning materials on your
appliance, check that they are suitable and that their
use is recommended by the manufacturer.
Cleaners that contain bleach should NOT be used as
they may dull the surface finishes. Harsh abrasives
should also be avoided. Multi-surface anti-bacterial
cleaning products should not be used on the ceramic
hob or on the surrounding trims.
CLEANING THE CERAMIC HOB
Make sure the ceramic glass is cool before cleaning.
It is important to clean the ceramic hob daily to
prevent soilage being burnt on.
TO REMOVE BURNT ON SOILAGE
Take care to avoid the hob trims when cleaning the
ceramic glass as they may damaged by the cleaning
agents recommended.
We strongly recommend the use of a Ceramic Hob
Scraper (incorporating a single edge razor blade) to
remove spillage on the hob, in particular sugar
solutions, which if not removed can cause permanent
damage.
DAILY CLEANING
Use the recommended Hob Brite Cleaner daily. If
soilage is not allowed to burn on it will be much
easier to clean off.
1. Make sure the ceramic glass is cool.
1. Apply a small amount of Hob Brite in the centre
of each area to be cleaned.
3. Use Bar-Keepers Friend or Hob Brite to finish off
as directed above.
2. Dampen a clean paper towel or a plastic pad
made specially for non-stick saucepans and rub
vigorously until all marks are removed. This may
take a few minutes.
TO REMOVE DISCOLOURATIONS OR
WHITE AND SILVER MARKS
2. Use a ceramic hob scraper with care at an angle
of 30° to remove as much soilage as possible.
These marks sometimes give the impression of being
in or underneath the hob glass. They can almost
always be removed provided they have not become
excessively burnt on. Follow the instructions above
under ‘To Remove more Stubborn Marks’.
3. Wipe off residues of cleaner with another damp
paper towel and polish dry with a soft cloth.
If this is unsuccessful, make up a paste of one part
water to three parts Cream of Tarter and leave on the
discoloured areas overnight. The marks should be
easily removable the next day provided they have not
been excessively burnt on. The paste should be
thoroughly washed off afterwards.
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DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE ANY OF THE
CONTROL KNOBS FROM THE PANEL AS THIS
MAY CAUSE DAMAGE AND IS A SAFETY
HAZARD.
HINTS AND TIPS
TO REDUCE HOB SOILAGE:
·
Make sure the bottom of the saucepan and the
cooking area are clean and dry before cooking
begins.
·
Ensure saucepans are large enough
accommodate food to avoid boil overs.
·
If possible, wipe up spills and splatters as they
occur, but take care to avoid steam burns.
·
Avoid using a dishcloth or sponge to clean the
hob. These may leave a layer of soiled detergent
on the hob surface which will burn and discolour
the next time the hob is used.
CLEANING THE GRILL PAN, GRILL PAN
GRID AND OVEN SHELVES
·
Avoid the use of:
All removable parts, except the grill pan handle can
be washed in the dishwasher.
to
●
Household detergents and bleaches.
●
Impregnated plastic or nylon pads that are
not described as suitable for non-stick
saucepans
●
Brillo pads, Ajax pads, steel wool pads.
●
Chemical oven cleaners, e.g. aerosols and
oven pads.
●
Rust stain, bath and sink stain removers.
·
Any of the above products may cause
damage to the hob.
·
It is dangerous to mix different cleaning products.
The chemicals in them may react with each other
with hazardous results.
·
SOILAGE FROM SUGAR SOLUTIONS MUST
BE REMOVED FROM THE HOB BEFORE THE
SYRUP HAS SET OTHERWISE DAMAGE TO
THE HOB SURFACE WILL OCCUR.
·
Avoid placing plastic items, aluminium foil or
dishes on the hot surface as this will cause
damage to the hob.
The grill pan, and oven shelves may be cleaned
using a soap impregnated steel wool pad. The grill
pan grid should be cleaned using hot soapy water.
Soaking first in soapy water will make cleaning
easier.
CLEANING INSIDE THE OVENS AND
GRILL COMPARTMENTS
The vitreous main oven sides and base and the top
oven/grill compartment can be cleaned using normal
oven cleaners or aerosol oven cleaners with care.
Ensure that the manufacturers instructions are
followed and that all parts are well rinsed afterwards.
HINTS AND TIPS
CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE
APPLIANCE
DO NOT use abrasive cleaning materials e.g. Hob
Brite, Brillo pads or scourers on painted or printed
finishes as damage may occur. Regularly wipe over
the control panel, oven doors and cooker sides using
a soft cloth and liquid detergent.
To prevent streaking on stainless steel models finish
with a soft cloth. Any spillage on the stainless
steel finish must be wiped off immediately.
Stainless Steel cream cleaners are abrasive and
should be avoided as they may dull the surface
finish.
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·
Follow the recommendations below to keep oven
soilage to minimum.
·
Cook at the recommended temperatures. Higher
temperatures during roasting will increase
soilage. Try cooking at lower temperatures for
an increased length of time, you will save energy
and often the joint is more tender.
·
Use minimal, if any, extra oil or fat when roasting
meat, potatoes only require brushing with fat
before cooking. Extra fat in the oven during
roasting will increase splashing and soilage.
·
Covering joints during cooking will also prevent
splashing onto the interior surfaces. Removing
the covering for the last 20-30 minutes will allow
extra browning if required. Some large joints and
turkeys especially benefit by this method of
cooking, allowing the joint to cook through before
the outside is over-browned.
TO REPLACE THE OUTER GLASS
CLEANING THE DOOR GLASS
1. Holding the oven glass with both hands, gently
place the locators into the holes of the brackets
at the bottom of the oven door.
To prevent damaging or weakening the
door glass panels avoid the use of the
following:
·
Household detergents and bleaches
·
Impregnated pads unsuitable for nonstick saucepans
·
Brillo/Ajax pads or steel wool pads
·
Chemical oven pads or aerosols
·
Rust removers
·
Bath/Sink stain removers
2. Push the top of the oven glass towards the oven
door, ensuring the screw location holes line up.
3. Hold the glass in place with one hand and insert
the cross head screws into the location holes
with the other hand. Give the screws one turn to
ensure the glass is secure.
4. Tighten the screws positively with a Pozidrive
screwdriver before closing the oven door.
Do not attempt to use the oven without the
glass being in place.
CLEANING BETWEEN THE OUTER AND
INNER DOOR GLASS
If the door glass panel becomes chipped or
has deep scratches the glass will be
weakened and must be replaced to prevent
the possibility of the panel shattering.
Please contact your local Service Centre
who will be pleased to advise further.
The outer door glass is removable for cleaning.
TO REMOVE THE OUTER GLASS
1. Open the oven door slightly to gain access to the
two cross head screws on the top of the oven
door.
2. Loosen the two screws using a Pozidrive
screwdriver.
TO CLEAN THE INNER GLASS DOOR
PANELS
Clean the inner glass door panels using a soft cloth
and hot water to which a little washing up liquid has
been added. If the inner panel is heavily soiled, Hob
Brite may be used. Do not use abrasive cleaning
materials on the door glass. Ensure that all parts are
well rinsed and thoroughly dried before attempting to
replace the glass.
3. Hold the door glass securely in place with one
hand before removing the screws completely with
the other hand.
4. Using both hands, gently tilt the top of the door
glass towards you, lift slightly to disengage the
locators from the two bottom brackets.
5. Clean the outer and inner glass using hot soapy
water or Hob Brite cleaner may be used. DO
NOT try to clean the aluminium foil which is
inside the door. The foil is there to help keep the
door cool, if it is damaged it will not work. Ensure
that all parts are well rinsed and thoroughly dried
before attempting to replace the outer door.
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REPLACING THE OVEN LIGHT BULB
The type of bulb required is a 300°C 25 watt small
Edison Screw. Part number 572 491 5431-00/1
(Available through Service Force Centres).
CAUTION:
Disconnect the appliance from the
electricity supply before replacing the bulb.
Open the door and remove the shelves to enable
easy access to the oven light assembly. Insert a flat
blade screwdriver between the oven side and glass
which covers the bulb.
Support the glass with your hand and prise out
sufficiently to release the glass cover. Unscrew the
bulb in an anticlockwise direction until it is possible to
remove the bulb with ease.
Fit the new bulb by turning in a clockwise direction
until it is secure. Ensuring the indent to the flange is
pointing to the rear of the oven, replace the glass by
pushing it firmly into the hole to cover the bulb
assembly.
Replace the shelves. Restore the electricity supply
and adjust the time of day and clock as necessary.
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SOMETHING NOT WORKING?
The hotplates and ovens work but the grill does
not:
We strongly recommend that you carry out the
following checks on your appliance before calling a
Service Engineer. It may be that the problem is a
simple one which you can solve yourself without the
expense of a Service call.
* Check that you have carefully followed the
instructions for operation of the grill.
If our Service Engineer finds that the problem is listed
below you will be charged for the call whether or not
the appliance is under guarantee.
* If the cooling fan fails the grill will not operate.
Please call your Local Service Force Centre.
The appliance does not work at all:
If the oven is not cooking evenly or the side
opening door will not stay open:
* Check that the appliance has been wired in
and is switched on at the wall.
* Check that the appliance is level.
* Check that the main appliance fuse is
working.
The oven light fails to illuminate:
* Check that the timer instructions have been
followed correctly.
* If you have had your appliance for several
months you may need to replace the light bulb
(see page 27).
The grill and hotplates work but the oven does
not:
The oven fan is noisy:
* Check that the timer instructions have been
followed correctly.
* Check that the oven is level.
The oven temperature is too high or too low:
* Check that bakeware and shelves are not
vibrating in contact with the back panel in the
oven.
* Check that the recommended temperatures
are being used (see page 21). Be prepared
to adjust the temperature up or down by
10°C to achieve the results you want.
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SERVICE AND SPARE PARTS
Before calling out an engineer, please ensure you
have read the details under the heading ‘Something
Not Working?’.
In the event of your appliance requiring service, or if
you wish to purchase spare parts please contact your
local Service Force Centre by telephoning:
When you contact the Service Centre you will need
to give the following details:
0870 5 929929
1.
2.
3.
4.
Your name, address and post code.
Your telephone number.
Clear and concise details of the fault.
The model, product and serial number of the
appliance (found on the rating plate).
5. The purchase date.
Your call will be routed to the Service Force Centre
covering your post code area. The address of your
local Service Force Centre is detailed on the
following pages.
For Service in the Republic of Ireland contact
Electrolux
Long Mile Road
Dublin 12
Telephone: 01 4090753
CUSTOMER CARE DEPARTMENT
For general enquiries concerning your Electrolux appliance, or further information on Electrolux products, you are
invited to contact our Customer Care Department by letter or telephone as follows:
Customer Care Department
Electrolux
55 – 77 High Street
Slough
Berkshire
SL1 1DZ
Tel: 0870 5 950950 *
* calls to this number may be recorded for training purposes.
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To contact your local Service Force Centre telephone 08705
CHANNEL ISLANDS
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Channel Islands
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Rue De Haut De L’orme
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Bamber Bridge
Preston
Lancashire PR5 8AL
STOCKPORT
Unit 20 Haigh Park
Haigh Avenue
Stockport
SK4 1QR
WALES
CARDIFF
Industrial
To contact your local Service Force Centre telephone 08705
MIDLANDS
BIRMINGHAM
66 Birch Road East
Wyrley Trading Estate
Witton
Birmingham
B6 7DB
BOURNE
Pinfold Road
Bourne
PE10 9HT
BRIDGNORTH
68 St. Mary’s Street
Bridgnorth
Shropshire
WV16 4DR
GLOUCESTER
HEREFORD
HIGHAM FERRERS
101 Rycroft Street
Gloucester
GL1 4NB
Units 3 & 4
Bank Buildings
Cattle market
Hereford
HE4 9HX
30 High Street
Higham Ferrers
Northants
NN10 8PL
ILKESTON
Unit 2
Furnace Road
Ilkeston DE7 5EP
LEICESTER
Unit 7
Oaks Industrial Estate
Coventry Road
Narborough
Leicestershire
LE9 5GF
LINCOLN
Unit 8
Clifton Street
Stone Field Park
Lincoln
LN5 8LQ
NEWCASTLE
UNDER LYME
18-21 Croft Road
Brampton Ind. Estate
Newcastle under Lyme
Staffordshire
ST5 0TW
REDDITCH
TAMWORTH
WORCESTER
SOUTH EAST
LONDON & EAST ANGLIA
BECKENHAM
11a Gardner Ind. Estate
Kent House Lane
Beckenham
Kent BR3 1QZ
CHELMSFORD
Hanbury Road
Widford Ind. Estate
Chelmsford
Essex
CM12 3AE
COLINDALE
ELTHAM
HAYWARDS
HEATH
21-25 Bridge Road
Haywards Heath
Sussex RH16 1UA
194 Court Road
Mottingham
Eltham
London SE9 4EW
TONBRIDGE
Unit 30
Deacon Trading Estate
Morley Road
Tonbridge
TN9 1RA
GRAVESEND
Unit B4
Imperial Business Estate
West Mill
Gravesend
Kent
DA11 0DL
Unit 6C
Elton Park Business Centre
Hadleigh Road
Ipswich
IP2 0DD
16-17 Woodside Ind. Park
Works Road
Letchworth
Herts
SG6 1LA
2 - 4 Royal Lane
Yiewsley
West Drayton
Middlesex
UB7 8DL
MAIDENHEAD
Reform Road
Maidenhead
Berkshire
SL6 8BY
MOLESEY
Unit 3
Sterling Park
Claymore
Tamworth
B77 5DQ
10 Island Farm Avenue
West Molesey
Surrey
KT8 2UZ
NEWBURY
Units 1 & 2
Northbrooks Close
Gregorys Mill Ind. Estate
Worcester
WR3 8BP
9 Pipers Court
Berkshire Drive
Thatcham
Berkshire
RG19 4ER
NORWICH
SUNBURY
Business
Unit 14
Capitol Park
Capitol Way
Colindale
London NW9 0EQ
284 Alma Road
Enfield
London
EN3 7BB
LETCHWORTH
Unit 2
Bridge
Road
Centre
Bridge Road
Ashford
Kent TN23 1BB
Unit 1
Redfields Ind. Estate
Church Crookham
Fleet
Hampshire GU13 0RD
ENFIELD
IPSWICH
ASHFORD
FLEET
LONDON
13 Thornhill Road
North Moons Moat
Redditch
Worcestershire
B98 9ND
929 929
2b Trafalgar Street
Norwich
NR1 3HN
Unit 1a
The Summit
Hanworth Road
Sunbury on Thames
TW16 5DB
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SOUTH WEST
BARNSTAPLE
Main Road
Fremington
Barnstaple
North Devon EX31 2NT
BOURNEMOUTH
63-65 Curzon Road
Bournemouth
Dorset
BH1 4PW
BRIDGEWATER
6 Herswell Business Park
Salmon Parade
Bridgewater
Somerset TA6 5PY
BRISTOL
11 Eldon Way
Eldonwall Trading Estate
Bristol
BS4 3QQ
EMSWORTH
266 Main Road
Southbourne
Emsworth
PO10 8JL
ISLE OF WIGHT
Unit 8
Enterprise Court
Ryde Business Park
Ryde
Isle of Wight PO33 1DB
NEWTON ABBOT
Unit 2
Zealley Ind. Estate
Kingsteignton
Newton Abbot
TQ12 3TD
REDRUTH
Unit 7D
Pool Ind. Estate
Druids Road
Redruth
Cornwall TR15 3RH
GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
NOTES
Standard guarantee conditions
We, Electrolux, undertake that if within 12 months of the date of the purchase this Electrolux appliance or any
part thereof is proved to be defective by reason only of faulty workmanship or materials, we will, at our option
repair or replace the same FREE OF CHARGE for labour, materials or carriage on condition that:
·
The appliance has been correctly installed and used only on the electricity supply stated on the rating
plate.
·
The appliance has been used for normal domestic purposes only, and in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
·
The appliance has not been serviced, maintained, repaired, taken apart or tampered with by any person
not authorised by us.
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·
·
All service work under this guarantee must be undertaken by a Service Force Centre.
Any appliance or defective part replaced shall become the Company’s property.
This guarantee is in addition to your statutory and other legal rights.
Home visits are made between 8.30am and 5.30am Monday to Friday. Visits may be available outside these
hours in which case a premium will be charged.
Exclusions
This guarantee does not cover:
·
·
Damage or calls resulting from transportation, improper use or neglect, the replacement of any light bulbs
or removable parts of glass or plastic.
·
Costs incurred for calls to put right an appliance which is improperly installed or calls to appliances
outside the United Kingdom.
·
Appliances found to be in use within a commercial environment, plus those which are subject to rental
agreements.
·
Products of Electrolux manufacture which are not marketed by Electrolux.
European Guarantee
If you should move to another country within Europe then your guarantee moves with you to your new home
subject to the following qualifications:
·
·
The guarantee starts from the date you first purchased your product.
·
·
·
This guarantee relates to you and cannot be transferred to another user.
·
The product is installed taking into account regulations in your new country.
The guarantee is for the same period and to the same extent for labour and parts as exists in the new
country of use for this brand or range of products.
Your new home is within the European Community (EC) or European Free Trade Area.
The product is installed and used in accordance with our instructions and is only used domestically, i.e. a
normal household.
Before you move please contact your nearest Customer Care centre, listed below, to give them details of your
new home. They will then ensure that the local Service Organisation is aware of your move and able to look
after you and your appliances.
France
Germany
Italy
Sweden
UK
Senlis
Nürnberg
Pordernone
Stockholm
Slough
+33 (0) 3 44 62 20 13
+49 (0) 800 234 7378
+39 (0) 800117511
+46 (0) 20 78 77 50
+44 (0) 1753 219898
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RATING PLATE REFERENCE
MAKE AND MODEL NO.
PRODUCT NO.
SERIAL NO.
DATE OF PURCHASE
IMPORTANT NOTICE
In line with our continuing policy of research and development, we reserve the right to alter models and
specifications without prior notice.
This instruction booklet is accurate at the date of printing, but will be superseded if specifications or appearance are
changed.
ELECTROLUX,
55 – 77 HIGH STREET,
SLOUGH,
BERKSHIRE,
SL1 1DZ.
TELEPHONE 0870 5 950950
Part Number: 311535907
© Electrolux Household Appliances Limited 2001
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