AEG 6130V-MA User manual

AEG 6130V-MA User manual
INSTRUCTIONBOOK
6130 V-ma
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RUS
948290360
AEG offers its congratulations.
Dear customer,
Congratulations on purchasing your new AEG cooker.
It is important you get to know your cooker’s functions and special features.
Read these instructions, as they will help you to get the best of your new
cooker. Please particularly note the sections marked . These contain
warnings to help you avoid accidents.
Save these instructions. They are handy to have by you in case of doubt, and
should accompany the cooker if it is ever passed on to a new owner.
The instructions are structured so that you can use them as a look-up
reference. The first part of the instructions contains a general description of
your new product. There follows a short introduction on what to do before
using your cooker for the first time. The section “How to use” explains
ordinary operation of the cooker. The section “Cleaning and maintenance”
tells you about both daily cleaning and also more thorough cleaning of the
cooker’s individual parts. If any problems arise when using the cooker, you
can look these up under the section “Before calling out Service”, which
contains advice on remedying a number of practical and technical problems.
At the end of the instructions, you will find the name and telephone number
of your nearest Service Centre.
If you follow these instructions, your new cooker will make the daily round
in the kitchen that bit easier, and making a celebratory meal will be far more
enjoyable.
Happy cooking!
Yours sincerely
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Table of contents
Contents
Page No.
To the user
AEG offers its congratulations ................................................................... 2
Safety information ........................................................................................ 5
Product description ..................................................................................... 7
Ceramic hob ......................................................................................... 9
Cooking zones ....................................................................................... 9
CHEC control ....................................................................................... 9
Residual heat indicator .......................................................................... 9
Oven .................................................................................................. 10
Storage drawer ................................................................................... 10
Plinth .................................................................................................. 10
Safety devices .................................................................................... 11
Equipment ........................................................................................... 12
Before use .................................................................................................. 13
Activating the child-safety devices ..................................................... 13
Protecting the ceramic hob ................................................................. 16
Setting the clock ................................................................................. 16
Heat-cleaning the oven ....................................................................... 17
Cleaning the equipment ...................................................................... 17
How to use .................................................................................................. 18
The ceramic hob ................................................................................. 18
The cooking zones .............................................................................. 19
CHEC control ..................................................................................... 20
Quickstart ........................................................................................... 20
Setting the double cooking zone to full-zone operation ....................... 21
Choice of pans .......................................................................... 23
Advice and tips on using the cooking zones.............................. 25
The clock ............................................................................................ 26
Display and buttons ................................................................... 26
Setting/altering the time ............................................................ 27
Minute timer .............................................................................. 27
Oven function selection ............................................................ 28
Temperature selection ............................................................... 29
Use of roasting thermometer .................................................... 29
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Contents
Page No.
Automatic oven stop ........................................................................... 32
Automatic oven start and stop ............................................................ 33
The oven ............................................................................................. 35
Settings – baking ....................................................................... 39
Settings – other cooking ............................................................ 40
Settings – roasting ..................................................................... 43
Settings – slow roasting ............................................................ 44
Settings – grilling ....................................................................... 46
Advice and tips on using the oven ............................................ 47
The storage drawer ............................................................................ 48
Cleaning and maintenance of ................................................................... 49
Steel surfaces ..................................................................................... 49
The oven valve ................................................................................... 49
The ceramic hob ................................................................................. 49
The oven ............................................................................................. 50
The storage drawer ............................................................................ 57
Service
.................................................................................................. 62
Before calling out Service – practical advice ..................................... 62
Before calling out Service – technical advice .................................... 64
To the installer
Unpacking .................................................................................................. 58
Technical data ............................................................................................. 58
Installation .................................................................................................. 59
Electrical installation ................................................................................. 61
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Safety information
Stifle the flames with a lid and
never use water.
Use only pots and pans designed
for ceramic cooking zones. Check
that bases are flat. Pans with an
uneven base give poor heat contact
and can easily rotate on the ceramic
surface.
Use only oven-proof dishes in the
oven.
Check that the cooker is switched
off when not in use.
All controls must point to zero.
The cooker is designed for normal
Danish household use. If used in
any other way there is a risk of
accident.
Children
Keep children under supervision
when the cooker is in use.
Saucepans, cooking zones and oven
get very hot in use and will remain
hot for a period after switching off.
Never let children touch or play
with the controls or the oven door.
Cleaning and maintenance
Check that the anti-tilt device and
the saucepan guard (extra
equipment) have been correctly
installed, and make sure the child
safety devices have been activated.
For hygiene and safety reasons,
cooking zones and the oven must
be kept clean. Particles of fat and
food remnants will fume when
heated and in the worst case could
cause a fire.
Make sure the electric cable is
never caught when the cooker is
moved for cleaning.
Switch off the cooker at the main
switch when replacing oven light
bulbs.
Use
Never use a cracked ceramic hob.
Spillages or cleaning water could
penetrate into voltage-bearing
parts. Switch off the power to the
cooker and contact Service.
Never put aluminium foil, paper,
plastic etc. on the ceramic hob. A
hot cooking zone could cause them
to burn or melt.
Never leave the stove unattended
while deep-frying food or melting
fat, paraffin wax or any other easily
flammable substance. In case of
fire, switch off all controls and turn
off any cooker hood.
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the electric cable from the wall
socket, cut it off close to the cooker
and deactivate the child safety
mechanism.
Service
Service and repairs must be carried out
by Electrolux Service force or by a
servicing organisation approved by
them. Only spare parts supplied by
the above may be used.
Unpacking
The whole packaging can be recycled.
Wooden packaging is made from
untreated wood and plastic and corner
reinforcements are marked with the
method of disposal. Contact your
Local Authority if unsure where to
take the packaging. Remove the
transport protection from the drawer
before use.
Installation
Your cooker may only be installed by
an authorised electrical installation
engineer or a person authorised by the
manufacturer. Work carried out by
non-experts could lead to injury to
persons and/or damage to property, as
well as ruining the cooker. The
cooker may not be placed on an extra
plinth as this will deactivate the antitilt mechanism. Do mount the anti-tilt
mechanism. Take care that the
electric cable does not become caught
during installation.
Disposal
Help to avoid accidents after the
cooker has been disposed of. Remove
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Product description
The cooker
Oven valve
Ceramic hob
Clock buttons
Oven
Transport protection
storage drawer
Plinth
Control panel
Operating knobs Operating knob
Operating knobs
for cooking zones for oven functions for clock
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Operating knob Operating knobs
for adjusting time for cooking zones
and temperature
The hob
Oven valve
Single cooking
zones
Double cooking
zones
Cooking zone
indicators
Oven and clock indicators
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Cooking zone
indicators
Automatic cut-out of “forgotten”
cooking zones.
QUICKSTART on all heat settings.
Activation of the large zone on the
double cooking zones
Child safety mechanism for the
cooking zones.
Ceramic hob
The ceramic hob has four cooking
zones. When a cooking zone is
switched on, its glow will turn on
and off at different intervals,
depending on the chosen heat
setting. Even at the highest setting
the cooking zone will switch off
from time to time, to prevent the
hob from overheating.
The ceramic material is tough and
hardened against heat, cold and
temperature shocks, but like all
Residual heat indicator
When you turn off a cooking zone,
an “H” will appear on the display to
indicate that the zone is still hot.
The residual heat indicator will stay
lit until the cooking zone reaches
around 80˚C.
glass-based materials, it is sensitive
to impact. Do not stand on the
ceramic hob as it is unable to
withstand abnormal strains.
Cooling fan
The cooker has a cooling fan to
keep the temperature down on
surfaces and electronics. When the
cooker is in use, the thermostatactivated cooling fan switches on
whenever the temperature rises
above a certain point. The fan may
therefore continue to operate after
the cooker has been turned off.
Cooking zones
The two rear cooking zones are
single zones. The two front
cooking zones are double zones.
CHEC control
Information on how to use CHEC
is given in the section “How to
use”. CHEC control is the name of
the electronic control system
governing the cooking zones.
CHEC control gives you accurate
heat adjustment, so you do not need
to turn the heat up or down. CHEC
provides the cooking zones with the
following functions:
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Oven
Plinth
Instructions on how to use the oven are
given in the section:
“How to use”.
You can select from the following
oven functions:
The plinth is adjustable to give
working heights from 85 cm to 93.5
cm.
Fan oven
Conventional oven
Grill
Combination oven
Bottom heat
Pizza/quiche programme
Slow-cooker programme
The sides, ceiling and rear wall of the
oven are coated in catalytic enamel,
which is partly self-cleaning. The
oven base is coated in smooth and
easily-cleaned enamel.
The oven door has triple-glazed lowheat glass to ensure a lower external
temperature. The oven door can be
taken apart for cleaning.
Pre-heating times for the oven are:
Conventional oven: approx. 13 mins.
to 200˚C
Fan oven: approx. 7 mins. to 200˚C
Storage drawer
Information on how to use the storage
drawer is given in the section: “How to
use”.
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Safety devices
The cooker has anti-tilt protection
preventing it tipping over under
abnormal load, e.g. if a child sits
on top of the open oven door.
Wall
The anti-tilt protection must
be mounted and only works
when the cooker is pushed
into position and the screw is
fitted.
Anti-tilt
protection
Floor
90 mm
The oven door has child
protection, making it more difficult
for children to open the door. The
cooking zones have child
protection, with two knobs having
to be turned simultaneously to
operate the cooking zones. The
oven functions can be locked
when the oven is not in use.
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The child safety devices only
work when activated.
When the cooker is delivered, the
child safety devices are not
activated. See the section “Before
you start” for an explanation of
how to activate the child safety
devices.
Child safety devices
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Equipment
Razor and cleaning fluid for the
ceramic hob.
Two enamelled baking sheets
One roasting dish
One grid
Anti-tilt protection
Roasting thermometer
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Before use
Activating the child
safety devices
On the oven door
The child safety device is located
inside the handle on the left-hand
side.
Activate the child safety device by
turning the small screw on the
inside of the door. Use a coin to
turn the screw.
You now have to press the child
safety device to the left before you
can open the door.
on
off
The cooker is designed for
normal household use. Any
other use may cause an
accident.
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On the cooking zones
Turn the two operating knobs to the
left and hold them there for two
seconds.
The display will show:
When you switch on a cooking zone,
the display will show:
Now when you switch on a cooking
zone you must turn the two operating
knobs to the left and hold them there
for two seconds. You must then turn
on one of the cooking zones within ten
seconds.
The symbol
disappear.
on the display will
You can deactivate the child safety
device by:
1. Turning the two operating knobs to
the left and holding them there for
two seconds.
2. Immediately turning one of the
operating knobs to the left.
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On the oven functions
The child safety device
operates when the oven is not
in use.
1. Simultaneously press buttons
and , holding them in for three
seconds.
2. You will hear a “beep” and will
see a "SAFE" on the display.
You can deactivate the child safety
device by:
1. Simultaneously pressing buttons
and , and holding them in
for three seconds.
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Protecting the ceramic hob
Apply a protective coating to your
ceramic hob before using it. This
will make it easier to clean and
prevent any spillages burning on
hard.
What to do:
1. Pour a few drops of the cleaning
fluid onto a piece of kitchen paper
and rub over the whole hob.
2. Polish the hob with a clean cloth
until dry.
Setting the clock
E.g. 17:00 hours
Simultaneously press buttons
and
. Release.
Turn
until the proper time in
hours and minutes appears on the
display. After five seconds the
display will start flashing. The
oven is ready for use.
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Heat-cleaning the oven
1. Press
2. Turn the knob until a light
appears opposite :
3. Leave the oven in this setting for
about one hour. Ensure good
ventilation by turning on the
cooker hood or opening a window
4. Turn off the oven by pressing
5. Then leave the oven door open
for about two hours, while
ventilating the kitchen.
6. Clean the oven, oven door and
shelf rails with hot water and
washing-up liquid. Dry off the
oven.
The oven may still give off an odour
the first time it is used.
Cleaning the equipment
Wash the baking sheets, roasting
dish etc. in hot water and washingup liquid. Rinse off and dry.
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How to use
Never place wet pans on the
ceramic hob.
Make sure pans have no sand, sugar
or salt adhering to them. Sand can
scratch the surface and sugar and
salt damage it.
Always dry pans before placing
them on the ceramic hob.
The hob’s coloured decoration may
become worn and scratched from
use.
The ceramic hob
Never use a cracked ceramic
hob. Spillages or cleaning
water could penetrate into
voltage-bearing parts. Cut
off the power supply to the
appliance and contact
Service.
Never put aluminium foil,
paper, plastic etc. on the
ceramic hob. A hot cooking
zone could cause them to
burn or melt.
If you wish to use the hob to put
things on, the ceramic hob must be
cold. If one or more of the cooking
zones is turned on while items are
resting on the hob, there is a risk of
fire or melting. A heated hob
which is used for putting things on
is a danger to the user and
surroundings and may itself be
ruined. Any objects placed on the
hob must have a flat base/surface
such that the hob is not abnormally
loaded and does not become
fractured or scratched.
Never leave the stove
unattended while deep-frying
food or melting fat, paraffin
wax or any other easily
flammable substance. In
case of fire, switch off all
controls and turn off any
cooker hood.
Stifle the flames with a lid
and never use water.
In case of spillage, scrape it
immediately off the hot hob
with the razor. Spillages of
sugar or sugar-containing
foods (jams, syrup etc.) or
melted plastic and aluminium
foil could damage the hob.
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The cooking zones
The operating knobs can be turned
continuously from levels one to nine,
nine being the highest setting. There is
QUICKSTART on all levels, so you
can turn the zone to the required heat
setting from the start. See heat settings
table. The 14 and 18 cm cooking
zones are suitable for heating up and
cooking-on small and medium-sized
quantities. The 21 cm cooking zone is
suitable for frying and for heating and
cooking-on large quantities. The 12
cm cooking zone is not suitable for
heating up, but is ideal for melting,
keeping hot and preparing sauces etc.
which must not be allowed to separate.
Level
0
1-2
3-4-5
3-4-5
6-7
8-9
Function
Cooking zone off
Melting, keeping hot
Boiling
Frying, gentle
Frying/fritters
Deep frying
This table is for guidance only. Heat settings depend on pans,
quantities and contents. You will soon learn to select the right
setting. See also section “Advice and tips on using the
cooking zones”.
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CHEC control
Autostop
If you have forgotten to turn off one of
the cooking zones, it will automatically
cut out after a period of time. The
higher the setting, the shorter the time
will be before cut-out.
Setting
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
AUTOSTOP
6 hours
6 hours
5 hours
5 hours
4 hours
1½ hours
1½ hours
1½ hours
1½ hours
When autostop has been activated the
display will show:
The cooking zones will be inoperative.
Turn all control knobs to 0.
The cooking zones can now be used
again.
QUICKSTART
You can choose QUICKSTART on all
cooking zones and at all levels. When
you choose QUICKSTART, the
cooking zone receives full heat for a
given period and then cuts back to the
level you have chosen for cooking your
food.
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1. Turn the operating knob to the right.
will show on the display. Turn
until the knob clicks. The
QUICKSTART symbol will appear
on the display and the
QUICKSTART lamp will flash.
2. Then turn the operating knob to the
desired heat setting (e.g. level 3).
Level 3 will appear on the display,
while the QUICKSTART light will
continue flashing until the cooking
zone has automatically cut back to
level 3.
Setting the double cooking
zones to full-zone operation
1. Turn the operating knob to the left
until you hear a click.
2. Then turn the knob to the desired
setting (e.g. level 9).
If you wish to cancel the large-zone
circuit, turn off the cooking zone and
then turn the operating knob to the
desired temperature setting.
Child safety device
Instructions for turning on and off the
child safety device are given in the
section, “Before you start”.
When the child safety device has been
activated the display will show:
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To switch on a cooking zone, you
must now turn the two operating
buttons to the left and hold them for
two seconds. You must then turn on
one of the cooking zones within ten
seconds.
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Choice of pans
A ceramic hob requires a more careful
selection of cooking pans than
traditional cookers with elements.
Please note the following:
- Aluminium has good heat
conductivity but may leave
silver-coloured marks on the hob.
The marks can be removed with the
cleaning agent supplied with the
cooker if this is rubbed in well with
kitchen paper.
- Pots and pans of glass or with a
coarsely patterned enamel base create
more wear on the hob than other
materials.
- Avoid pans with painted bases.
Small flakes of paint may burn hard
onto the hob.
Cooking pans used on the ceramic hob
must:
- cover the whole cooking zone, and
preferably be slightly larger.
- have a flat base or one curved
slightly inwards (max. 1 mm), as the
base will curve outwards when
heated up.
- have a thick base:
- aluminium pans, min 3.5 mm
thickness
- steel pans, min 5 mm thickness
- frying pans, min. 5-7 min thickness.
- have a totally smooth base, or one
which has only a fine pattern.
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Check the flatness of the base by
placing the pan upside down on a
work surface and holding a ruler
over the base. A curved base,
whether inwards or outwards, will
lengthen cooking times and
increase energy consumption. If
the base diameter is too small,
energy consumption will go up and
any spilled food will burn hard onto
the hot cooking zone.
Cooking pans with very smooth or
light-coloured bases will give
slightly longer cooking times than
pans with a matt or dark surface.
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Use 1 dl water on the 14 cm
cooking zone.
Use 2 dl water on the 18 cm
cooking zone
Use 3 dl water on the 21 cm
cooking zone
Advice and tips on using the
cooking zones
Following the advice below
can help you save energy and
make cleaning easier.
Cover the pan with a tight-fitting
lid. Bring to the boil at the
maximum level and then turn down
to the lowest possible level when
steam starts pouring out under the
lid. Calculate cooking times from
when you turn the heat down and
only check the potatoes or
vegetables when the cooking time
is over.
Set the cooking zones to the
correct temperature. Set the
cooking zone to maximum until the
food comes up to heat and then turn
down as far as possible without
letting the food go off the boil. With
thermostatically controlled zones, set
the control to the lower temperature
from the start. These cooking zones
control their own heat output.
Boil 1-8 eggs in ½ dl water. Put
the eggs and water in the pan.
Cover with a close-fitting lid. Turn
up to the maximum level. Turn off
the zone when steam starts pouring
out under the lid. Calculate the
boiling time from when you turn
off the heat and let the eggs cook
on in the zone’s residual heat. This
method can be used on the 12 and
14 cm cooking zones.
Use flat pans. An uneven
pan can increase electricity
consumption by 50%.
The pan must fit the
cooking zone – or be slightly
larger. Remember you can
use large pans for small
portions.
Use tight-fitting lids.
Without a lid the pan will use
over three times as much
electricity.
Save water. Boil potatoes
and vegetables in 1, 2 or 3 dl
water.
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The clock
Display and buttons
17 00
ON/OFF
Minute timer
Cooking time
Stop time
Temperature display
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Setting/altering the time
17 00
Example:
The time is 17:00
1. Simultaneously press buttons
and . The colon will begin to
flash. Release the buttons.
2. Turn
until the proper time in
hours and minutes appears in the
display. After 5 seconds the
dot will stop flashing.
3. The oven is ready for use.
Minute timer
Example:
To set the minute timer to 10
minutes. Start the timer by
pressing . Release the button.
Set the time by operating
. The
display will show the present time.
Press
to see the time remaining
on the timer.
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When the set time is up, you will
hear three beeps, followed by
single beeps at short intervals.
Turn off the minute timer by
pressing .
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Oven function selection
You alter the oven function by
turning the oven control knob.
Fan oven:
Conventional oven
Grill
Combination oven
Bottom heat
Slow roast
(roasting thermometer)
Pizza/quiche
Defrosting
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Temperature selection
17 00
1. Press
2. You alter the oven function by
turning the oven control knob.
2. You can alter the temperature by
turning
.
When the oven starts the display
will show the set temperature.
As the oven’s temperature rises you
can read off the actual temperature
by pressing
. When the set
temperature is reached, you will
hear a single beep.
Use of roasting
thermometer
The temperature in the centre of the
meat can be set between 31˚C and
95˚C. During use, the
thermometer’s plastic parts must be
at least 4 cm from the heating
elements in the ceiling of the oven.
When the roasting thermometer is
activated you cannot
simultaneously use the oven timer.
Sensor
Insert the sensor in the food to
measure the internal temperature.
Important: The tip of the roasting
skewer must be in the middle of
the joint.
Plug
Connect the roasting thermometer by
inserting the plug into the socket on the
right-hand side of the oven.
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Automatic roasting
E.g.
To roast a joint to a centre
temperature of 65˚C. The roast is
to be cooked at 175˚C using the fan
oven.
1. Insert the roasting thermometer
sensor into the centre of the joint.
2. Plug the thermometer into the
socket on the right side of the
oven.
3. Switch on the oven by pressing
.
4. Select the oven function and
temperature. The flashing oven
functions can be used in
conjunction with the roasting
thermometer.
5. Wait until the display shows
60˚C
6. Set the desired roasting
temperature using
.
17 00
175
17 00
65
When the oven starts, the display
will show the desired centre
temperature. When the roasting
temperature is reached, the oven
will emit three beeps and turn itself
off. Single beeps will be heard at
short intervals as an indication that
the food is ready.
Using Automatic roaster
disables the AUTOSTOP
function.
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The display will show the desired
centre temperature.
Press
to see the actual
temperature in the centre of the
joint, the oven’s set temperature and
the current temperature of the oven.
One press of
will show the
actual temperature in the centre of
the meat (once the temperature is
above 31˚C) for five seconds.
Two presses of
will show the
oven’s set temperature for five
seconds.
Three presses of
will show the
oven’s current temperature for five
seconds.
When the oven turns off, the oven
symbol will flash. This will only
disappear when you press the
button .
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Automatic oven stop
Eg.
To operate the oven as a fan oven
at 175˚C for 30 min. The time is
17:00.
1. Start the oven by pressing
.
2. Select the oven function by
turning the control knob until a
light appears opposite
.
3. Set the cooking time. Press .
Release the button.
4. Set the time using
.
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175
The display will show the current
time. Press
to see the
remaining time.
When the set time is up, three
beeps will sound, followed by
single beeps at short intervals.
Using Automatic oven stop
disables the AUTOSTOP
function.
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Automatic oven start and
stop.
Example:
The time is 17:00.
To start the oven automatically and
cook the food with the fan oven at
175˚C for 30 min.
The food is to be ready at 18:00.
1. Start the oven, by pressing
.
2. Select the oven function by turning
the control knob until a light shows
opposite
.
3. Select the cooking time.
Press
. Release the button. Set
the time by using
.
30
175
4. Select the stop time by pressing
Set the time using
.
The oven is now set to start
automatically.
18 00
175
At 17:30 the oven will start
automatically using fan function at
175˚C.
17 00
The display shows the current time.
Press
to see the remaining cooking
time.
175
The display shows the current time.
Press
to see the stop time.
Using Automatic stop and start
of oven disables the
AUTOSTOP function.
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When the set cooking time is up, the
oven will three beeps.
Single beeps will sound at short
intervals as an indication that the
food is ready. When the oven has
turned off, The oven symbol will
first disappear only when the
button is pressed.
Remember to add in the
oven’s pre-heating time when
setting the cooking time.
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The oven
Never put aluminium foil, a
baking sheet or a roasting
dish directly on the floor of
the oven. The enamel could
be damaged through
overheating. The oven gets
hot during use, so keep
children under supervision.
Conventional oven
The oven has heating elements in
the ceiling and floor which cook
the food directly by radiated heat.
Use only one shelf at a time for
baking and roasting.
Fan oven
A fan behind the oven’s hot-air
screen blows air out through air
channels in the sides of the screen.
The conventional oven elements
plus a heating element surrounding
the fan heat up the air which
circulates round the oven before
being drawn in through the grating
in the centre of the screen.
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When using the fan oven, two shelves
can be used simultaneously. The
shelves must be placed on rails 2 and 5
or 1 and 4. When using the fan oven,
cooking temperatures should be
reduced by 15-20% in comparison with
a conventional oven.
Combination oven
The combination oven combines a fan
oven and a grill. The fan circulates air
round the oven while the grill element
heats the air to the desired temperature
and maintains it there. When cooking
with the combination oven,
temperatures should be 15-20% lower
than with a conventional oven. Use
only one shelf when using the
combination oven.
Pizza/quiche programme
This programme is a combination of
fan oven and base heat. The ring
element and the base element provide
the heat. The base heat ensures a crisp
base for your pizza or quiche. The
circulating hot air cooks the filling and
gives it a golden colour. When baking
puff pastry tarts it is unnecessary to
pre-bake the tart base before adding the
filling.
The temperature is pre-set at 220˚C,
but this can be altered by turning
.
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Defrosting
Best results are obtained by preheating the oven.
The pre-heating time for 220˚C is
approximately 15 min.
Use the temperature and time
indicated in the recipe. Place the
food to be cooked on shelf 3.
The ring element and oven fan are
used. This function ensures gentle
thawing of frozen products. You can
defrost on the grid or on several
shelves at once if there is a great deal
to be thawed up. It is impossible to
give times, as these will vary with
the quantity and type of food, but use
a skewer for testing. Defrosting is
pre-set to a temperature of 40˚C and
this cannot be changed.
Slow-roasting programme
This function is well-suited to
roasting lean and red meat
weighing up to 2500 g and uses the
top and base elements. The oven
heats up to 130˚C in order to close
the meat’s pores, after which the
temperature falls back
automatically to 90˚C. The meat
can then be left to roast at low
temperature for a long period. This
ensures a very tender end-product.
The temperatures are pre-set and
cannot be changed. With this
programme you always start with a
cold oven. For roasting smaller
pieces of meat weighing up to 800
g, it is recommended that the meat
is browned on the hob before
roasting. Always use the electronic
roasting thermometer for whole
pieces of meat. It is difficult to
give a precise roasting time for
different cuts as this will depend on
their shape. The slow-roasting
cooking guide shows the
approximate times.
Baking and other cooking
Temperature differences and/or
uneven distribution of food on
baking sheets may cause distortion in
the latter. This particularly applies to
frozen pizza, chips etc.
Insert a skewer in soft cakes
about 5 min. before the
expected finish time, so you
can shorten or lengthen the
baking time as required. The
result may be affected by the
recipe or by the material,
colour, shape and size of the
cake tin.
If using light-coloured metal tins or
china or glass moulds, place them on
a baking sheet. When using darkcoloured metal tins, they must be
placed on the grid.
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In a conventional oven, the whole
surface will develop a uniform
colour.
In a fan oven baking and cooking is
more rational, but the colour will be
more uneven. To achieve the best
results arrange the food so as not to
block air flow. For instance, rolls
must be arranged in straight rows.
Rectangular items such as baguettes,
oblong cakes etc. must be arranged
with their narrow ends towards the
rear wall of the oven and the door.
The fan oven is less suitable for
baking items with a high sugar
content which need a high
temperature for a short period. So,
for instance, biscuits will come out
better in a conventional oven.
In a fan oven several dishes can be
prepared simultaneously, e.g. first
course, main course and dessert.
You just need to make sure they are
dishes which cook at the same
temperature.
The combination oven is suitable
for gratins and other dishes which
need a golden surface, e.g. pommes
dauphinoises, roast potatoes etc.
The combination oven is not
suitable for baking.
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Settings - baking
Baking
Conventional oven
Fan oven
˚C
˚C
Mins
White rolls
Wholemeal rolls
Small yeast cakes
and filling
Sweet pretzels
White bread
Wholemeal bread
Rye bread
Baguettes
Low-sided sponge
cakes
High-sided sponge
cakes
Madeira cake
Swiss roll sponge
Choux buns
Biscuits
Gateau sponges
Meringues
Meringue bases
Marzipan rings
Mins
3 200-225
200
3
3 200-225
8-12
15-20
10-12
2&5
2&5
2&5
170-180
170-180
170-180
12-15
15-20
10-15
200-225
180-200
200
185-195
220-225
175-200
10-15
35-40
35-40
85-95
15-20
30-60
2&5
1&4
1&4
1&4
2&5
3
175-185
175-185
160-170
160-165
175-185
160-175
12-15
40-45
45-50
100-110
20-25
30-60
3 175-200
30-40
1&4
150-165
30-35
1
160
not suitable
160-170
140-160
170-180
100
100
60-70
3
1
1
1
3
2-3
175
1
200
3
200
3
3-4 160-200
3 200-225
100
3
100
3
50-60
10-12
30-40
6-15
8-12
50-60
90-95
Then with oven turned off 25
220
8-12
4
These settings are for guidance only. See also section
“Advice and tips on use of oven”
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2&5
2&5
2&5
2&5
2&5
40-45
10-25
15-20
50-60
90-95
Then with oven turned off
25
not suitable
Settings – other cooking
Madlavning
˚C
In oven
Mins
Conv. Oven Fan oven* Combi-oven
Fish, poached
Fish, baked
Meat loaf
Gratin
Pâté
Pizza
Tarts and quiches
Lasagne
Pommes dauphinoises
Gratin dishes
1-2
1-2
2-3
1-2
2
3
3
3
3
3-4
**
**
45-60
50-60
50-60
25-30
25-40
45-50
60-65
10-25
160-170
180-200
175-200
180-200
180-200
200-225
200-225
200
200
150-160
170-180
170-180
165-175
165-175
170-180
170-180
175
175
Not suitable
Not suitable
Not suitable
Not suitable
170-180
Not suitable
Not suitable
Not suitable
Not suitable
Not suitable
175
180-200
* When cooking on two shelves, use rails 1+4 or 2+5.
** Oven times for poached or baked fish depend on the thickness of the fish.
The thicker the fish, the longer the cooking time. Fish is ready when the flesh is
white and opaque. Test near the backbone with a fork. If the flesh falls away,
the fish is ready.These settings are for guidance only. See also section “Advice
and tips for use of oven”.
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Roasting
This oven is well insulated. That
means that humidity in the oven will
be relatively high and consequently
no water should be added when
roasting. If you want stock for
making gravy, place the joint in a
suitably sized oven-proof dish and
add max. 5 dl water. No further
water should be added during
cooking.
If you use too much water in the
oven, condensation will form which
may spill out onto the floor. You
will also use excessive energy.
Max 55 dl
Max.
dlvand
water
The conventional oven, fan oven,
combination oven and slowroasting programme are suitable
for roasting. The combination oven
is particularly suitable for items
which need a crisp skin such as
chicken, roast pork, leg of lamb etc.
However, be aware that when using
the fan oven or combination oven,
the oven will need much more
cleaning, due to the distribution of
fat particles by the circulating air.
If you want to use a roasting
bag, cut off one corner before
placing it in the oven. In this
way you will avoid burning
yourself on hot steam when
you open the bag.
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Use of the roasting
thermometer
To achieve the best results, the tip
of the roasting thermometer must
be buried in the thickest part of the
joint. It must not rest in fat or
against a bone, as this will give a
false reading. The whole of the
sensor pin must be inside the meat,
as otherwise the heat from the oven
will affect the thermometer. When
the desired temperature is reached,
take the joint out, cover it with
aluminium foil and let it rest for
about 20 min. The joint will then
be easier to carve and less meat
juice will be wasted.
Max 5
5 dl
Max.
dl vand
water
Remember that the plastic
parts of the roasting
thermometer must be at least
4 cm from the heating
elements.
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Settings – roasting (in traditional oven, fan oven and combination oven)
Roasting
˚C
˚C
In oven
Mins
of the meat per kg meat Conv. Oven Fan oven Combioven
Beef
Rare-roasted
2
65
Rump joints (browning)
3
65
(roasting)
Fully-roasted
2 70-75
Veal
Fillet
3
65
Lamb
Leg/shoulder/saddle
3
65
Pork
Roast joint/rib*
3
70
Roast pork (slow-roasted)* 3
70
Ham
2 70-75
Poultry
Chicken pieces
3
Duck*
2
Duck (slow-roasted)*
2
Turkey (whole, stuffed) 1-2
Turkey breast
3
62
90
10 total
50-60
90-120
125
225
160
180
125
200
150
160
125
200
150
160
50-60
180
160
160
50-60
180
160
160
60
90
90
200
160
160
175
150
150
175
150
150
45
55-60
5 hours
50
60
200
160
130
160
200
175
150
150
175
175
150
150
175
* Finish by browning off at 250˚C for approx. 10-15 mins.
These settings are for guidance only. See also section “Advice and tips on
use of oven”
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Settings - slow-roasting
These programmes are suitable for lean and red meat. Joints must weigh a
maximum of 2.5 kg.
Roasting
˚C
Minut
of the meat per kg meat
Beef
Beef joint approx. 1000-1500g
Rump joint
Old fashioned beef 2500g
Boned shoulder approx. 800g,
browned on the hob
4 entrecote steaks 1-1.5 cm,
browned on the hob
T-bone steak approx. 700 g,
2.5-3 cm, browned on the hob
Lamb
Leg of lamb approx. 2000 g
Pork
Tenderloin approx. 400 g,
browned on the hob
2-3
2-3
2-3
62-65˚C
65˚C
75˚C
2 hours
2 hours
4 hours
3
62˚C
2 hours
3
-
45 min
3
-
1 hour 20 min
2-3
65-75˚C
4 hours 15 min
3
70˚C
1 hour
Allow the meat to rest, covered, for 20 mins after roasting.
This programme is suitable for joints weighing up to 2500 g.
Browning
It is recommended that meat weighing 800 g or less is browned in margarine on
the hob. Whole pieces of meat should be browned for 4-5 mins. Slices of meat
should be browned for 1 - 1½ mins.
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Grilling
For grilling the temperature should
be 250˚C. If you wish to grill more
gently you may choose a lower
temperature.
Wipe the item to the grilled with
kitchen paper as otherwise moist
items will steam rather than grill.
Allow the grill to warm up for five
minutes before putting in the food.
Arrange the food on the grid on the
rail recommended on the settings
table.
Cover the roasting dish with
aluminium foil and place below the
grid to catch dripping fat etc., as
this will make cleaning easier.
The oven door must be closed
during grilling.
Keep a constant watch on the
grilling process
Grilling for too long will make the
food dry and tasteless, and in the
worst case, burnt.
Turn the items at least once during
grilling.
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Grilling times depend on the size,
fat marbling, quantity and
temperature of the food to be
grilled.
Fish and white meat (poultry, veal
and pork) will not take as
pronounced a colour as dark meat
(beef and game). Grilling oil and
grilling spices will give a better
colour but increase the risk of
burning the food. Better results are
obtained if the food to be grilled is
not taken directly from the
refrigerator.
Settings - grilling
Grilling
˚C
Pork chop
Lamb chop
T-bone steak (2-4 cm)
Chicken pieces
Sausages
Spareribs (pre-boiled 20
min)
Fish (cod or salmon steaks)
Toast
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
3-4
2-3
3
3-4
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
Mins
Mins
1st side
7-9
7-10
7-10
20-25
3-4
15-20
10
2-3
2nd side
4-6
5-6
6-8
15-20
1-2
15-20
5
1-2
You can grill more gently by moving the grid one rail down in
the oven. Grilling times will be longer.
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Don’t roast at too high a
temperature. Meat contains about
70% water. To get the juiciest
meat, slow-roast it. The roasting
time will be slightly longer and you
will use slightly more energy at the
lower temperature, but the result
will be better. At the same time
your oven will be easier to clean
because fat droplets will not burn
on so hard.
Advice and tips on using
the oven
Use the following advice to
save energy and make
cleaning easier.
Put food in a cold oven and
use residual heat. Food and
baking with a cooking time
of over 20 minutes can be put
into a cold oven. Set the
time and temperature as
shown. Turn off the oven
and let the food or baking
remain in the oven for a
further 15-20 mins.
Fill the shelf up. You can
easily bake and roast at the
same time if the dishes cook
at the same temperature.
They will not take on the
flavour of the other items.
No bain-marie. A bainmarie uses lots of energy.
The food’s own moisture is
enough to prevent it drying
out.
Bake cakes in a low-sided
mould rather than a highsided one. This will shorten
cooking times and save
energy.
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Ventilation position
Each time you finish using your
oven, put it in ventilation position.
Otherwise there is a risk of
humidity in the oven causing rust.
What to do:
1. Open the oven door and lift the
two stop catches.
2. Close the oven door until the
stop catches engage with the side
of the oven.
Allow the oven door to remain
open until the oven has cooled
down.
The storage drawer
The storage drawer is designed for
storage of oven equipment.
The storage drawer must not be
used for storing food for lengthy
periods, as moisture from the food
could cause rust in and around the
storage drawer.
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Cleaning and maintenance of
The anti-tilt mechanism will
only work when the cooker is
pushed back into position and
the screw has been mounted.
Please remember this when
moving the cooker to clean
behind it. For hygienic and
safety reasons the ceramic hob
and oven must be kept clean.
Fat droplets and food remnants
will fume when heated up and
in the worst case could cause a
fire.
Steel surfaces
Carry out daily cleaning with a well
wrung-out cloth. For more stubborn
marks use a cloth or a soft plastic
sponge and washing-up liquid or
universal cleaner.
Never use scouring pads, wire wool,
hard plastic sponges, scouring powder
or other abrasive cleaning agents.
Over time steel surfaces will take on a
flamelike appearance. You can
restore their original appearance by
rubbing them with a thin coating of
food oil or by polishing them with
“Original Steel Polish”. This product
can be ordered from Electrolux
Hvidvarer-Service, see Tel. no. at the
back of these instructions.
The oven valve
Remove the valve and wash in hot
water and washing-up liquid.
The ceramic hob
Scrape off spillages of sugar, sugarcontaining foods (jam, syrup etc.),
melted plastic and aluminium foil
immediately from the hot hob. If the
hob is allowed to cool down it may
suffer damage. A dirty hob will
impair heat conduction between the
cooking zones and the pans. After
use, wipe down the cooking zones
with a damp cloth and washing-up
liquid. In the case of severe soiling,
try the following:
1. Remove food etc. with the razor.
2. Ensure the hob has cooled down.
Use the cleaning fluid supplied.
Shake the bottle and squeeze a
couple of thin lines of product onto
the hob.
3. Wipe the hob clean with a damp
cloth or kitchen paper. Remove
stubborn stains by rubbing hard
with kitchen paper.
4. Wipe off excess cleaning fluid with
a damp cloth.
5. If necessary, wipe with a dry cloth.
Make sure the hob is dry before
heating up again. A damp hob may
take on rainbow-like stripes when
heated up.
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The oven
When cleaning the oven it is
convenient to remove the door and
shelf rails.
The sides, ceiling and rear wall of
the oven are of catalytic enamel
which is partly self-cleaning at
temperatures over 200˚C.
After cooking at low temperatures
and or where the oven is covered
with fat, the oven must be heatcleaned.
Keep children away from the
cooker while the oven is
being heat-cleaned, as the
front of the cooker will get
hotter than normal.
Spillages and fat droplets must
always be removed before cleaning
the oven.
What to do:
1. Remove stubborn stains as far as
possible by scraping with a
wooden kitchen tool.
2. Smear the sides and back of the
oven with a strong solution of
washing-up liquid and hot water.
Use a sponge or brush and scrub
well.
3. Let the oven stand for about 1
hour.
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4. Set the oven to heat-clean.
Switch on at
. Turn the knob
to . Select temperature 300˚C
by turning knob
.
5. Leave the oven at this setting for
1½ hours. The oven's
AUTOSTOP function means the
oven will automatically turn off
after 1½ hours.
6. If you want the oven to self-clean
for longer than 1½ hours you will
need to program an automatic
stop. See program instructions,
"How to use - Automatic oven
stop"
1. Carefully loosen the dirt with a
wooden scraper.
2. Smear the floor with soft soap,
preferably in liquid form, using a
sponge.
3. Close the oven door and switch
on the oven at 100˚C for 10
minutes.
4. Wash the oven with clean water
when cool. It may be necessary to
carefully go over it again with a
white scouring sponge. Wipe clean.
You may also use an oven cleaner.
Follow the instructions on the
product.
When cleaning is complete, there
may be some carbonised powder on
the floor of the oven. This is the
remains of the dirt which has been
burnt off. The easiest way to
remove this is with a damp cloth.
Do not use oven cleaner or
sharp objects on the catalytic
enamel.
The oven floor
The oven floor is made from easyto-clean smooth enamel. Wipe the
floor after each use of the oven.
Use a damp cloth, preferably with a
few drops of washing-up liquid.
In case of heavy soiling, try the
following:
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The oven fan
The fan may get dirty from fat
droplets from roasting.
Check the fan every four months
and clean if necessary.
Switch off at the main
switch before cleaning the
oven fan, as no current may
be connected when cleaning
the oven fan.
Remove the fan as follows:
1. Open the oven door.
2. Turn the spring lock (1) above
until the screen comes free of
the rear wall.
3. Lift the screen free of the two
holders (2) below.
4. The nut holding the fan in place
has a left-hand thread.
5. Keep a firm grip on the fan.
6. Unscrew the nut by turning it
clockwise (to the right).
1
2
Clean the fan in hot water and
washing-up liquid.
Remember to fix on the
screen after finishing
cleaning
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The oven door
Clean the enamel with a clean
cloth, hot water and washing-up
liquid.
Removing the oven door
1. Set the door in ventilation
position.
2. Pull it diagonally upwards
towards you.
3. Place the door on a secure
surface on a table.
Removing the door glass
Handle the glass panes
carefully. The glass is
hardened but will not
withstand blows and impact
or abrasive cleaners. Such
treatment may cause the glass
to shatter, either immediately
or at a later time.
Inner pane
1. Turn the two brass screws with a
coin until the straight edge of the
screws moves clear of the glass.
2. Lift the glass out.
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Middle pane
1. Hold the springs on either side of
the glass
2. Lift the glass out.
Outer pane
1. Lay the oven door on a table.
2. Grasp the door frame and
carefully press the glass out of
the frame.
Cleaning the oven door
panes.
Clean the panes with a wet cloth
and washing-up liquid. Wipe dry.
If desired, polish the panes with a
window cleaner.
In case of severe soiling:
1. Lay a wet cloth with washing-up
liquid on the pane for half an
hour.
2. If necessary, use a razor to
remove the softened dirt.
The razor must not be used on the
side of the inner pane on which the
settings table is printed.
After cleaning, remount the door
glass and oven door in the reverse
sequence.
The oven must not be used
before all glass is correctly
mounted.
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Oven equipment
Removing the shelf rails
1. Pull the shelf rails out and up in
the direction of the arrows.
2. Lift the shelf rails up.
Cleaning of shelf rails and
grid
Wash the shelf rails and grid by
hand or in a dish-washer. In the
case of severe soiling, they may put
to soak. If necessary use wire wool
and rub well.
After cleaning mount the shelf rails
in the oven by inserting them in the
top holes first.
Cleaning of baking sheets
and roasting dishes.
Wipe with kitchen paper after use.
In the case of severe soiling, baking
sheets and roasting dishes can be
washed by hand or in a dishwasher.
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Replacing the oven light
bulb
Turn off the cooker at the
main switch as no current
may be connected when
changing the light bulbs.
1. First remove the shelf rail. Prise
out the lamp cover, e.g. by
carefully inserting a screwdriver
between the cover and the wall.
(Protect the wall with an oven
glove). Unscrew the bulb.
2. Unscrew the lamp cover and
bulb in the direction of the arrow.
1.
Use only original bulbs.
Cleaning the lamp cover
1. Soak the lamp covers in hot
water and washing-up liquid.
2. Scrub them clean and wipe dry.
The lamp covers must be completely
dry before screwing back in.
Cleaning the sealing strip
The sealing strip between the oven
and oven door is attached at the four
corners. Remove the sealing strip by
lifting the hooks out of the holes in
the corners. Clean the sealing strip
by pulling a wet cloth splashed with
washing-up liquid over the strip.
Wipe dry.
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2.
The sealing strip must be dry
before being reinstalled. Reinstall
the strip by inserting the hooks in
the holes and straightening the strip
so that it lies parallel to the oven
sides. The joint in the strip must be
at the bottom.
Indicator lamps
These lamps are of the glow lamp
type. In case of a fault, contact our
Service Centre.
The storage drawer
The easiest way to clean the storage
drawer is to take it out.
This is done as follows:
1. Open the drawer and draw it out
until it stops.
2. Lift the drawer diagonally and
pull out.
Clean the drawer with a cloth, hot
water and washing-up liquid. Wipe
dry. The drawer must be dry
before being replaced.
To replace the drawer, do as
follows:
1. Hold the drawer at an angle as
shown opposite.
2. Set the drawer wheels in the
guide tracks and push the drawer
in.
Storage drawer
Slide tracks
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Unpacking
the front of these instructions so it is
easy to find if you need to call
Service.
Check that the product is free of
faults and undamaged on delivery.
Transport damage
Disposal of packaging
Any transport damage incurred
during transport which you yourself
have not arranged must be notified
to the dealer within a week of
receipt.
The model label on the back of the
product bears the product’s serial
number. Write the serial number on
All the packaging can be recycled.
The wooden packaging is of
untreated timber, while the plastic
and corner reinforcements are
marked with method of disposal.
Contact your Local Authority if
unsure how to dispose of the
packaging.
Technical data
Model ELK 2000-0T:
Dimensions:
Width:
Depth:
Height:
Weight:
Total output:
60 cm
60 cm
85-93.5 cm
60 kg
10.3 kW
Cooking zones:
Dimensions/output:
Front left
14 cm Front left
21 cm Rear left
14 cm Rear right
18 cm Front right
18 cm Front right
18 cm Oven
Volume:
Output:
Conventional oven
Fan oven:
Combination oven:
Grill:
Pizza/quiche:
Slow-roasting:
Base heat:
1000 W
2200 W
1200 W
1800 W
700 W
1700 W
57 litres/gross
2000 W
3350 W
2300 W
2300 W
2350 W
2000 W
1000 W
Oven light
Top and side light:
Bulb marked:
300°C, with E14 mounting
Order no. 305 172 402/3
Storage drawer:
Volume:
45 litres
These data may be changed without
notice
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Installation
Location of cooker in the kitchen
If part of a fitted kitchen, the cooker
must be located directly by a high
kitchen cupboard.
Height adjustment
The cooker as supplied is at its
lowest height of 85 cm.
The cooker can be adjusted in
height from 85 – 93.5 cm.
In the cooker’s internal plinth there
are four sets of holes, of five holes
each.
The holes allow the height to be
adjusted to 85 – 86.5 – 87.5 – 88.5
and 91 cm. To achieve a height of
93.5 cm, screw up the wheels and
adjustment feet from the front of the
plinth. (These are also used for
levelling.)
What to do:
1. Lay the cooker on its back. If
necessary use a blanket or
polystyrene sheet as a buffer
between the cooker and the floor.
2. Unscrew the four screws, two in
each side of the plinth.
3. Pull out the internal part of the
plinth to match the selected holes.
4. Replace the screws in the new
holes and raise the cooker again.
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Installation of anti-tilt device
The anti-tilt device prevents the
cooker tipping forward.
Wall
What to do:
1. Screw the attached angle fitting to
the floor as shown.
2. Take the drawer out of the cooker
and push the cooker into place.
3. Insert and tighten the screw
provided in the hole in the angle
fitting by stretching the arms into
the space left by the drawer.
4. Replace the drawer.
Anti-tilt
protection
Floor
90 mm
rd
boa 3
00
Cup
The anti-tilt device must be
mounted and will work only
when the cooker is pushed into
place and the screw is mounted.
Flo
or
mm
m
90 m
Levelling
Check the cooker is level with a spirit
level.
Set the spirit level on the hob edges
(front edge, side edges, rear edge).
Level up the cooker with the wheels
and adjustment feet.
The wheels are located in the rear
corners of the plinth and can be
continuously adjusted from the front
of the plinth. Adjust the wheels with
a screwdriver through the holes in the
plinth. Adjust the adjustment feet at
the front with the fingers.
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Installation
Electrical installation
Installation may only be
carried out by an authorised
electrical installation
engineer or a person
authorised by the
manufacturer.Work carried
out by non-experts may lead
to personal injury or damage
to property, besides ruining
the cooker.
1 2 3 4 N
L1L2 L3 N
230/400V
3N
PE
230/400V
2N
1 2 3 4 N
L1 L2
Remove the back panel. Connect
the cooker as shown on the
diagram. Electrical installations
must be carried out in accordance
with the relevant rules in the heavy
current regulations.
The installation must comply with
any special requirements of the
local power supply company. The
cooker must be connected via an
external power switch with a
contact distance of at least 3 mm.
(May be the main switch).
Cable type:
Min. 1.5 mm2 HO5 VV-F.
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N
PE
Service
Problems
Remedy
Bread, rolls and soft cakes do not
rise...............................................
Temperature too low. The baking rises
and then collapses again. Use a higher
temperature.
You have used too little yeast or baking
powder. Check your recipe to see
whether you have used enough.
The fat/liquid mixture was too warm.
The temperature must be 37˚C for fresh
yeast and 45-50˚c for dried yeast.
Bread, rolls and soft cakes are too
dry..........................................
Temperature too low. The baking
needed too long in the oven before it
was ready. Use a higher temperature.
Too little liquid, too much flour or the
wrong type of flour can result in dry
bread. Remember not to add all the
flour at once, as the quantity of flour
required can vary from time to time.
Baking/food turns out too dark or
unevenly baked.............................
Wrong positioning in the oven when
using the fan oven means that the air
cannot circulate properly. Arrange
rolls etc. in straight rows. Place
rectangular items such as baguettes,
oblong cakes etc. with their narrow
ends towards the rear wall and the oven
door.
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Problems
Remedy
Baking/food turns out too dark or
unevenly baked.............................
Wrong temperature. When cooking in
the fan oven, temperatures should be
reduced by 15-20% in comparison with
a conventional oven. Note that a
change of 5˚C can greatly affect the
result.
When the fan oven is in use, the result
will generally be more uneven than in a
conventional oven.
Baking/food does not brown
sufficiently.....................................
Temperature too low. The baking/food
is ready before it has browned. Use a
higher temperature.
Position in oven too low. The
baking/food has received too little top
heat. Move the baking/food up one
rail.
You have placed a light-coloured tin or
a china/glass dish on the grid.
Use a baking sheet when using lightcoloured tins or a china/glass dishes.
The catalytic enamel cannot be
cleaned...........................................
The pores in the enamel are plugged by
burnt-on fat. See section “Cleaning
and maintenance of” for how to remove
the burnt-on fat.
The ceramic hob is stained............
Carefully clean the hob as explained in
the section “Cleaning and maintenance
of”
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Before calling service – Technical advice
Problems
Remedy
The cooker/oven does not work
Check that the cooker is switched on.
Check the cooker’s fuses. (NB There
are three fuses).
The oven does not heat up quickly
enough
A conventional oven will heat up to
200˚C in approx. 13 mins. A fan oven
will heat up to 200˚C in approx. 7
mins.
The hob gets hot.
Hob heat will reach 80˚C. However, it
may become hotter if you use pans
which do not have a flat base or which
are too small to cover the cooking
zones.
The fuses are constantly blowing.
Maybe too many electrical appliances
are being used at the same time. If the
cooker is connected to a 10 amp fuse
group, there is a high risk of overload.
The cooking zones do not get hot
enough
The pan must be the right size for the
cooking zone. Check that the pan has a
flat bottom, e.g. by holding it against
the edge of a worktop. Boil a litre of
water in a lidded pan, with the cooking
zone set to maximum.
On a 12 cm cooking zone the boiling
time is about 25 mins.
On a 14 cm cooking zone the boiling
time is about 13 mins.
On a 18 cm cooking zone the boiling
time is about 10 mins
On a 21 cm cooking zone the boiling
time is about 8 mins
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Problems
Remedy
The cooking zones keep switching
on and off.
This is the overheat mechanism cutting
in and out to avoid overheating in the
ceramic hob. It has no effect on
cooking results.
The cooking zones will not turn
on and the display shows
The child safety device is activated.
Simultaneously turn the two operating
knobs with the child safety symbol to
. Then turn one of the cooking
zones on within ten seconds.
The cooking zones will not turn
on and the display shows
Autostop is activated. Turn all
operating knobs to 0. The cooking
zones can now be used.
The oven turns off of its own
accord. Automatic stop is not
programmed….......................……
AUTOSTOP has been activated. The
oven has been on for a lengthy period
at a high temperature. See section
"Description of product - safety
features" to see how AUTOSTOP
works.
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