Simpson 4U609W, 4U613W, 62H622W User manual

Simpson 4U609W, 4U613W, 62H622W User manual
ELECTRIC COOKERS - REAR CONTROL
User Guide and Installation Instructions.
REAR CONTROL ELECTRIC COOKERS
Read the following carefully to avoid an electric shock or fire.
General
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Grill
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Oven
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Warnings
This appliance is not suitable for use by young children or infirm persons, without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with this appliance.
During use, this appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching hot surfaces.
This appliance must not be used as a space heater.
Keep vents clear of obstructions.
In order to avoid a fire, the appliance must be kept clean and vents kept unobstructed.
Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of the appliance when it is in operation.
Do not store flammable materials in or under the appliance, e.g. Aerosols.
Accessible parts will become hot when in use. To avoid burns and scalds children should be kept away.
If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by a suitably qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
Oven gloves should be worn when accessing hot internal parts.
Always turn the grill off immediately after use as fat left there may catch fire.
Do not cover the insert with foil, as fat left there may catch fire.
Always keep the grill dish clean as any fat left may catch fire.
Do not leave the grill on unattended.
To avoid a fire, ensure that grill trays and fittings are always inserted into the appliance in accordance with the
instructions.
Do not place thick portions of food under the grill. Foods may curl, catch and ignite.
Do not store flammable materials in the grill.
During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching hot surfaces inside the oven.
Switch the appliance off before removing the oven light glass for globe replacement.
To avoid an accident, ensure that oven shelves and fittings are always inserted into the appliance in accordance
with the instructions.
Do not use the oven door as a shelf.
Do not push down on the open oven door.
Hotplates (Generally)
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Do not allow pots to boil dry, as damage to both pan and hotplate may result.
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Do not operate the hotplates for an extended period of time without a utensil on the hotplate.
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Do not allow large cookware to overhang the hob onto the adjacent benchtop. This will cause scorching to the
benchtop surface.
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Do not allow cooking utensils to intrude into the area which is close to the controls.
Ceramic
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Glass
If the ceramic glass is accidentally cracked switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Do not place heat resistant mats, wire mats or aluminium foil under pots or pans.
Do not cook food directly on the ceramic glass surface.
Do not use round bottom woks or similar utensils which could lead to over heating of hotplates and possible
damage to the cooking surface.
Do not use the ceramic cooktop as extra bench space or as a cutting board.
Installation, Cleaning and Servicing
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An authorised person must install this appliance. (Certificate of Compliance to be retained)
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Before using the appliance, ensure that all packing materials are removed from the appliance.
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In order to avoid any potential hazard, the enclosed installation instructions must be followed.
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Ensure that all specified vents, openings and airspaces are not blocked.
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In order to avoid accidental tipping of the appliance (for example, by a child climbing onto the open oven door),
the anti-tilt bracket must be installed.
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Where the appliance is built into a cabinet, the cabinet material must be capable of withstanding 85 deg C.
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Only authorised personnel should carry out servicing. (Certificate of Compliance to be retained)
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Always ensure the appliance is switched off before cleaning or replacing parts.
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This appliance contains aluminium fittings. Do not use caustic based cleaners.
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Do not use steam cleaners, as this may cause moisture build up.
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Always clean the appliance immediately after any food spillage.
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To maintain safe operation, it is recommended that the product be inspected every five years by an authorised
serviceperson.
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This appliance must be earthed.
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CONTROLS
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UNDERSTANDING THE COOKER
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USING THE HOTPLATES
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UNDERSTANDING THE FUNCTIONS
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HANDLING BAKING & GRILLING PROBLEMS
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CLOCKS
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CLEANING AND CARING FOR THE COOKER
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SOLVING PROBLEMS
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WARRANTY
Back Cover
H E A D I N G
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INSTALLATION
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I N S TA L L AT I O N
This appliance must be installed by an authorised person in compliance with local municipal
building codes and any other relevant statutory regulation.
Wiring connections must be made in accordance with:
New Zealand & Australian Requirements, including
AS/NZS 3000 WIRING RULES
Refer to data plate for rating information.
The data plate is positioned on the bottom left corner of the oven front, viewable with the
oven door open. The circuit diagram is positioned on the control panel back cover.
• Electrical connection is 220-240 volts AC 50 Hz.
• To gain access to the mains connection terminals, remove the rear cover by unscrewing the
two assembly screws.
• For New Zealand Only: The cooking range must be connected to the supply by a supply cord
fitted with the appropriately rated plug that is compatible with the
socket-outlet fitted to the final sub-circuit in the fixed wiring that is
intended to supply this cooking range.
• The cooker requires a means of all pole disconnection incorporated into the fixed wiring.
This MUST have a disconnection gap of 3 mm.
• The cooker MUST be earthed. Any damage caused by failure to earth will not be covered by
warranty.
Note: Where connection is made to a multi-phase 220/240V supply, the bridge piece must be
removed from between the active connections on the main terminal block.
Fuse
Should the fuse need servicing it is accessible through the fuse opening located in the back
cover.
HARD WIRING DETAIL
1. Remove terminal cover plate from rear
panel of appliance.
2. Fit wires through hole in cover plate and
make connections to terminals.
3. Engage wires into plastic clip. Secure
plastic clip with two long silver screws
(supplied in separate bag).
Plastic
clip
4. Replace cover plate onto rear panel.
Plastic clip
securing points
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INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS
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596mm
5mm Clearance min.
I N S T A L L A T I O N
5mm Clearance min.
Important notice:
Installers responsibility
In ALL cases the anti-tilt bracket MUST be securely anchored to the floor with suitable fasteners,
and the stability bolt fixed.
The anti-tilt bracket is a mandatory safety restraint.
In order to prevent accidental tipping of the appliance; for example by a child climbing
onto the open door, the anti-tilt bracket supplied with the cooker MUST be installed.
ALWAYS ensure that the cooker is located so that the anti-tilt bracket is engaged into
the cooker.
Step 1: Positioning
Floor
mounted
Floor & skirting
mounted
Preferred
Method
Alternative
Method
5 Anchors
3 Anchors
Minimum
Choose the most practical bracket mounting option for your cooker.
The anti-tilt bracket can be floor mounted or floor and skirting mounted depending on the
location of the range plug / socket / connection.
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Step 2: Fixing Anti-Tilt Bracket
Position the anti-tilt bracket so that it will fully engage into the slot at the rear of the cooker.
The bracket is mounted centrally at the rear of the cooker.
Anchor the bracket into position using appropriate fasteners.
Step 3: Stability Bolt
• Fasten the stability bolt bracket to the front frame
with the 2 screws supplied.
• Reposition the cooker back into the anti-tilt plate and
then mark the position of the stability bolt hole.
• Pull the cooker back out and drill the bolt location hole.
Use a 6.5mm masonry or wood drill. When drilling into
concrete ensure a minimum hole depth of 40mm.
• Reposition the cooker back into the anti-tilt plate, aligning
the stability bolt bracket with the 6.5mm drilled hole. Then slide the
bolt through the bracket and into the hole.
F I T T I N G O V E N S H E LV E S
( N Z S I M P S O N O N LY )
Do not use
this position
1. Ensure shelf orientation is correct (refer picture).
2. Slide into oven at an angle until raised back of shelf is
past the stop on side runners.
3. Lower front of shelf and push in until stop is reached.
Removing and installing the shelf supports.
(Fitted on selected models only)
• Grasp the shelf supports at the front.
• Pull them inwards.
• To install the shelf supports, first insert the rear hook to the
rear hole.
• Then locate the front peg into the front hole and push in
firmly.
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CONTROLS
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General Warnings and Advice
C O N T R O L S
• The clock must be set before your oven will operate.
• This appliance is not suitable for use by young children or infirm persons, without
supervision.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with this appliance.
• Accessible parts will become hot when in use. To avoid burns & scalds children should be
kept away.
• Care should be taken to avoid touching hot surfaces & heating elements on the hob, inside
the oven, grill & at the top of the warming drawer.
• This appliance must not be used as a space heater.
• Keep vents clear of obstructions.
• In order to avoid a fire, the appliance must be kept clean and vents kept unobstructed.
• Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of the appliance when it is in operation.
• Do not store flammable materials in the appliance, eg aerosols.
• Do not allow pots to boil dry, as damage to both pan and cooktop may result.
• Before using the appliance ensure that all packing materials are removed from the
appliance.
• In order to avoid any potential hazard, the installation instructions must be followed.
• Only authorised personnel should carry out servicing. (Certificate of Compliance to be
retained).
• Always ensure the appliance is switched off before cleaning or replacing parts.
• Do not use steam cleaners, as this may cause moisture build up.
• Always clean the appliance immediately after any food spillage.
• Cooker is designed to be placed on the floor. It should not be placed on a base.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a qualified person to avoid a hazard.
Do not place ANY object on the oven floor including cooking vessels or foil liners as extensive
damage to the oven liner may occur.
Cooking Guide Symbols (to help you understand the instructions more easily)
Bake - Base Heat
Defrost
(Element is below the oven floor)
Bake
Fan Grill
(Bottom element is below the oven
floor)
Thermowave
Grill - in oven
Rapid Heat
Grill - In oven
Maxi Grill
Ceramic Hob
Grilling - separate
compartment
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CONTROLS
Mercury model 4U600
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1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
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4. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when you are cooking/baking.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
5. Function Switch
• Sets oven functions.
Bake - with light
Grill - with light
Light - light only
3. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
Colombo model 4U601
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1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
4. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you operate the oven
temperature control knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when you are cooking/baking.
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5. Function Switch
• Sets oven functions.
Bake - with light
Grill - with light
Light - light only
6. 60 Minute Ringer Timer
• Sets reminder time.
7. General Purpose Outlet Switch
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CONTROLS
Apollo model 4U606 and Gemini model 4U604
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8
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1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
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5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and
off automatically when you are
cooking/baking.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Programmable Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time.
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
C O N T R O L S
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6. Function Switch
• Sets oven cooking function including oven
light.
7. Warming Drawer Switch
• Turns warming drawer on/off.
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
8. General Purpose Outlet Switch
Polaris model 4U605
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5
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1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
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5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when you are cooking/baking.
3. Analogue Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time.
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
6. Function Switch
• Sets oven cooking function including oven
light.
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
8. General Purpose Outlet Switch
7. Warming Drawer Switch
• Turns warming drawer on/off.
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CONTROLS
Alpha model 4U608
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1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
8. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
4. Grill Temperature Control Knob
• Sets grilling temperature for separate grill.
Can be rotated in either direction.
5. Grill Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you are grilling.
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7. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven temperature control knob.
Cycles on and off automatically when you
are cooking/baking.
3. Programmable Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
Jupiter model 4U609
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6. Function Switch
• Sets oven cooking
function including
oven light.
9. Warming Drawer Switch
• Turns warming drawer on/off.
10. General Purpose Outlet Switch
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1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Programmable Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time.
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
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5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when
you are cooking/baking.
6. Function Switch
• Sets oven functions.
Bake - with light
Grill - with light
Light - light only
7. General Purpose Outlet Switch
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CONTROLS
Neptune model 4U612
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5
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7
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4
1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
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5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when
you are cooking/baking.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Programmable Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time.
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
C O N T R O L S
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6. Function Switch
• Sets oven functions.
Bake - with light
Grill - with light
Light - light only
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
7. Warming Drawer Switch
• Turns warming drawer on/off.
8. General Purpose Outlet Switch
Saturn model 4U613
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5
3
8
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1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Programmable Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time.
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
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5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when you are cooking/baking.
6. Function Switch
• Sets oven cooking function including oven
light.
7. Warming Drawer Switch
• Turns warming drawer on/off.
8. General Purpose Outlet Switch
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CONTROLS
PAK model 804
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5
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5. Grill Temperature
Control Knob
• Sets grilling
temperature for
separate grill.
Can be rotated in
either direction.
(See page 14 for more information)
1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
4. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you operate the oven
temperature control knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when you are cooking/baking.
6. Grill Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you are grilling.
7. 60 Minute Ringer Timer
• Sets reminder time.
PAK model 806
2
1
4
3
1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
4. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you operate the oven
temperature control knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when you are cooking/baking.
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5. Grill Temperature
Control Knob
• Sets grilling
temperature for
separate grill.
Can be rotated in
either direction.
6. Grill Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you are grilling.
7. 60 Minute Ringer Timer
• Sets reminder time.
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CONTROLS
PAK model 808
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3
4
1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
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6
5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and
off automatically
when you are
cooking/baking.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Programmable Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
C O N T R O L S
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6. Grill Temperature Control Knob
• Sets grilling temperature for separate grill.
Can be rotated in either direction.
7. Grill Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you are grilling.
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
8. Warming Drawer Switch
• Turns warming drawer on/off.
62H622
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5
3
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1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Analogue Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time.
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
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5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when
you are cooking/baking.
6. Function Switch
• Sets oven functions.
Bake - with light
Grill - with light
Light - light only
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
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CONTROLS
62H636
2
5
3
1
4
1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
6
5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when
you are cooking/baking.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Programmable Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time.
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
6. Function Switch
• Sets oven functions.
Bake - with light
Grill - with light
Light - light only
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
62H682
2
1
1. Hotplate Control Knobs
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you turn a hotplate on.
3. Analogue Clock
• Sets baking/grilling reminder times.
• Sets automatic cooking duration and stop
time.
Note: Clock time must be set before oven
can operate.
4. Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
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3
4
6
5. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when you
operate the oven
temperature control
knob. Cycles on and off
automatically when you are cooking/baking.
6. Function Switch
• Sets oven cooking function including oven
light.
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UNDERSTANDING THE COOKER
Some models have a separate grill
compartment. On other models the grill
element is included in the oven cavity.
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U N D E R S T A N D I N G
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T H E
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1. Hob (Ceramic or Radiant hotplates
C O O K E R
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2. Grill Door
(fitted on selected models only)
3. Removable Shelf Side Support
4. Removable Shelf
5. Removable Oven Door
6. Control Panel
7. Grill Element
(fitted on selected models only)
8. Removable Grill Tray
(fitted on selected models only)
9. Warming Drawer
(fitted on selected models only)
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U S I N G T H E H O T P L AT E S
Radiant Hotplates
Hotplate indicator lamp
The high-speed radiant coil hotplates heat rapidly from a cold
start to give you economic use of power.
Radiant hotplate models have a bowl under each element for
collecting spillage.
The radiant elements are removable to aid in cleaning the hob
and spillage bowls.
The spillage bowl can be removed by first removing the element
and then removing the spillage bowl.
Ceramic Hotplates
The ceramic cooktop is made from ceramic glass, a tough, durable
material that withstands heating and cooling without breaking.
It is strong enough to hold the heaviest utensils. However, hard
blows with a sharp object could break it.
The heating elements are concealed under the smooth glass
surface which has a pattern to show the location of the elements.
When cooking, turn the control to the required setting. The hot
surface warning light will illuminate to indicate the switch is on.
The ceramic cooktop glass will maintain heat for a period of time
after the control is turned off. This will be indicated by the hot
surface warning light which will continue to glow until the
temperature drops below 60°C.
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Hot Surface Warning light
Warning: If the ceramic glass is cracked, switch off the
appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Utensils
• Use pans with flat bottoms. Uneven or thin bottoms will waste energy and result in slow
cooking.
• Use pans slightly larger than the hotplates. Small pans will waste energy.
• Do not use oversize pans. More than 50mm overhang can overheat cooktop components and
can cause fine cracks in the enamel hob which will trap dirt.
• Use only dry utensils. Do not place wet or steamy parts (eg. Lids) on the hotplates.
• Do not use pots and pans that are unsteady and likely to rock or over balance.
• Do not operate the cooktop for an extended time without a utensil on the hotplate.
GOOD
BAD
BAD
BAD
BAD
BAD
BAD
(recessed base)
(convex base)
(undersize)
(oversize)
(moisture on hotplate)
(no utensil)
Cooking Do’s and Don’ts
• Do use the stored heat in the hotplate by turning the control to “0“ before the final few
minutes of cooking.
• Do not place heat resistant mats, wire mats or aluminium foil under pots and pans.
• Do not allow pots and pans to boil dry, as damage to both pan and hotplate may result.
• Do not use round bottom woks or similar utensils which could lead to overheating of the
hotplates and possible damage to the cooking surface.
• Do not use the cooktop as extra bench space or as a cutting board.
• Do not allow children on or near the cooktop at any time.
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UNDERSTANDING THE FUNCTIONS
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CAUTION: Do not line the bottom of the oven with foil or place anything on bottom
surface of oven liner.
Always remove unnecessary trays or dishes from oven when baking or roasting.
Always preheat your oven 20°C above your required cooking temperature as heat will be lost
when you place your food in the oven. To do this 1. set the temperature and function you want,
2. when the oven indicator light goes out, put your food in the oven and close the door. Once
your food is placed in the oven adjust the temperature back to the required setting.
Bake (Base Heat)
Heat comes from the element below the food. The element is
controlled by the thermostat and will turn on and off to
maintain the set temperature.
You can use the “Base Heat“ function for single trays of biscuits, cakes, slices,
pies, pizzas & quiches, anything that requires more cooking on the bottom.
Cook in the lower half of your oven when you are using only one shelf.
You can use the “Bake“ function for single trays of biscuits, scones, muffins,
cakes, slices, casseroles, baked puddings, roasts, delicate egg dishes, anything that requires
delicate baking.
Thermowave
Heat comes from the element surrounding the fan. This fan
circulates the hot air around the oven cavity so that you can put
your food in different places in the oven and still cook them at the same
time.
F U N C T I O N S
Heat comes from two elements, one above and one below the
food. The bottom element is a clean heat element and is below
the floor of the oven. Both elements are controlled by the thermostat and
will turn on and off to maintain the set temperature.
T H E
Bake
U N D E R S T A N D I N G
Preheating Oven
You can use the “Thermowave“ function for multi shelf cooking, reheating cooked
foods, pastries and complete oven meals. Thermowave may cook at a lower temperature and be
faster than the ’bake or base heat“ option. Please note that some variation in browning is
normal.
Rapid Heat
“Rapid Heat“ allows you to preheat your oven quickly before
cooking with thermowave.
With “Rapid Heat“ the fan, fan element and the top bake elements turn on
to heat the oven to the required temperature.
“Rapid Heat“ can also be used to quickly cook convenience meals and provide browning.
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U N D E R S TA N D I N G T H E F U N C T I O N S ( C o n t i n u e d )
Defrosting
The “Defrost“ function uses ambient temperature air that is
circulated by the fan. You can defrost (thaw) your food before
you cook it. You can also use “Defrost“ to raise your yeast dough and to
dry fruit, vegetables and herbs.
Fan Grilling
“Fan grill“ offers you the benefits of both “Bake“ and
traditional “Grill“ functions. The grill element turns on and off
to maintain the set temperature while the fan circulates the
heated air. The oven door remains closed for fan grill. In this mode it is
recommended that the thermostat is set to 180°C.
You can use “Fan grill“ for large cuts of meat, which gives you a result that is similar to
“Rotisserie“ cooked meat.
The cooker is supplied with a grill tray that fits into the meat dish. When fan grilling, position
tray in lower section of the oven. (Position will depend on thickness of food being grilled).
Grilling (In Oven)
The “Grill“ directs radiant heat from the powerful upper
element onto the food.
You can use the “Grill“ function for tender cuts of meat, steak, chops,
sausages, fish, cheese toasties and other quick cooking foods.
Preheat your grill for 3 minutes to get the best results. This will help seal in the natural juices of
steak, chops etc. for a better flavour. Grill with the door open to the first stop position.
!
Warning: Accessible parts may become hot when the grill is in use. Children should be
kept away.
Do not cover the grill rack with foil.
The cooker is supplied with a grill tray that fits into the meat dish. When grilling, use one of the
top two side runner positions. (Position will depend on thickness of food being grilled).
!
IMPORTANT: Always turn your grill off immediately after use, as fat left there may catch
fire.
Grilling (Separate)
The “Grill“ works by directing radiant heat which comes from
the powerful upper element onto the food. The grill function is
suitable for tender cuts of meat, steak, chops, sausages, fish, cheese toasties
and other quick cooking foods.
Best results are obtained after 3 minutes preheat. This will help seal in the natural juices of
steak, chops etc. for a better flavour.
Do not cover the grill rack with foil.
!
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IMPORTANT: Always turn the grill off immediately after use, as fat left there may catch
fire.
U N D E R S TA N D I N G T H E F U N C T I O N S ( C o n t i n u e d )
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Grilling - Maxi Grill (In Oven)
The “Maxi Grill“ directs radiant heat from the powerful upper
grill element and the upper bake element onto the food.
Preheat your grill for 3 minutes to get the best results. This will help seal in the natural juices of
steak, chops etc. for a better flavour. Grill with the door open to the first stop position.
!
Warning: Accessible parts may become hot when the grill is in use. Children should be
kept away.
Do not cover the grill rack with foil.
The cooker is supplied with a grill tray that fits into the meat dish. When grilling, use one of the
top two side runner positions. (Position will depend on thickness of food being grilled).
IMPORTANT: Always turn your grill off immediately after use, as fat left there may catch fire.
Self-Clean Panels (Fitted in Selected Ovens & available as an optional extra)
The socket outlet may be used for general applications. A 15A fuse mounted in the rear of the
appliance protects the socket outlet.
Warming Drawer
F U N C T I O N S
General Purpose Socket Outlets (If fitted)
T H E
Catalytic self-clean panels are treated with a specially formulated enamel coating. This enamel
coating is baked on at over 800 degrees and has a slightly rough surface, which is also porous.
During normal cooking, fats are partially absorbed into the surface and are then oxidised.
Over a period of time this oxidisation may not entirely be complete at most common cooking
temperatures (150 - 200°C) and a build up may result.
It will then be necessary to select 290°C for approximately 1 hour to remove the build up.
U N D E R S T A N D I N G
You can use the “Maxi Grill“ function for tender cuts of meat, steak, chops,
sausages, fish, cheese toasties and other quick cooking foods.
The warming drawer may be used to warm crockery prior to use. Recommend 30 minutes.
Do not use the drawer for heating food.
Do not place flammable material in the drawer.
Do not store areosols or cleaning products in the drawer.
Do not store plastic items in the drawer.
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COOKING GUIDE FOR OVENS
Food
Bake
Thermowave Base Heat
Grill
Fan Grill
Maxi Grill
Rapid Heat
Baked Products
Single trays
R
3 trays
R
A
A
R
2 trays
A
R
Scones/small cakes R
R
R
Muffins
R
R
Slices
R
R
A
Cakes
R
A
A
Fruit Cakes
R
R
A
Baked Custards
R
R
Pavlova
A
A
Meringues
A
R
A
R
R
R
Egg Recipes
Pies & Pastry
R
A
Fish
R
R
A
A
Meats
Beef
Lamb
Roast
R
Steaks
A
R
R
Patties
A
R
R
Roast
A
A
R
Chops
Pork
Roast
A
A
A
R
A
Chops
Fillets
R
R
R
R
R
A
Sausages
R
R
R
A
Poultry
Chicken
Whole
A
A
A
R
Pieces
R
R
A
A
A
A
A
Casseroles
A
R
R
Complete Oven Meals
R
A
R
Turkey
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R
Recommended Method
A
Alternative method
R
A
R
A
R
A
R
A
R
R
R
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HANDLING BAKING & GRILLING PROBLEMS
PROBLEM
Uneven cooking:
CAUSES
• Incorrect shelf position.
• Oven tray too large.
Baked products too brown on top:
-Use correct size tins.
• Baking tins not evenly spaced.
• Products not evenly sized or spaced
on trays.
-Stagger baking tins at least 3cm
between tins and the oven walls.
-Make into same size and shape, &
spread evenly over trays.
• Baking temperature too high.
-Lower the temperature.
• Food too high in oven.
-Cook on shelf lower.
• Baking tins too large for the recipe.
• Baking tins are dark metal or glass.
-Use correct size tins.
-Change to shiny, light tins or lower
the temperature by 10oC.
-Cook one shelf higher.
-Don’t open the oven door until at
least half the cooking time has
passed.
-Lower the temperature.
• Food too low in the oven.
• Oven door opened too frequently
during baking.
• Baking temperature too high.
Cakes have a cracked, thick crust:
• Baking temperature too high.
• Food to high in oven.
• Cake batter over mixed.
Baked products are pale, flat and
undercooked:
•
•
•
•
-Lower the temperature.
-Cook one shelf higher.
-Increase cooking time.
-Use correct size tin.
Cakes fallen in the centre:
• Baking temperature too high.
• Baking time too short.
• Proportions of ingredients incorrect
in the recipe.
• Opening door too early in baking.
-Lower the temperature.
-Increase cooking time.
-Check recipe.
• Poor hot air circulation
-Elevate food onto a rack to allow air
circulation.
• Pan too deep.
Roast meat & potatoes not browning
in fan oven:
Baking temperature too high.
Food too low in the oven.
Baking time too short.
Incorrect tin size.
-Do not open the door until the last
quarter of cooking time.
Juices running out of meat:
-Do not pierce meat with fork.
-Turn with tongs.
Grilled meats overcooked on outside &
raw in the centre:
-Grill at lower shelf position.
Grilled chops & steaks buckling:
-Cut fat with knife towards the meat.
P R O B L E M S
• Baking pans dark.
-Lower the temperature.
-Cook one shelf lower.
-Mix just long enough to combine
ingredients.
-Check size of pan and use
recommended size.
-Change to shiny pans.
G R I L L I N G
• Baking tins too large for the recipe.
&
• Aluminium foil in oven.
-Preheat until the oven indicator
lamp goes off.
-Remove foil.
B A K I N G
Baked products too brown on bottom:
• Oven not preheated.
-Select shelf that puts food in the
centre of the oven.
-Experiment with other trays or
dishes.
-Centre trays.
-Rotate food during cooking.
H A N D L I N G
• Trays not centralised.
• Food has not been rotated.
REMEDIES
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B E F O R E O P E R AT I N G Y O U R A P P L I A N C E
FOR THE FIRST TIME
3 button programmable clock
After the appliance has been switched on “12.00“ will be
displayed and the “clock indicator“ will flash.
1. To set the time of day in hours and minutes, press the – or
+ buttons. 5 seconds after the last change, the “clock
indicator“ will disappear, confirming the time has been
set. Once the time has been entered, the clock advances
minute by minute.
Note: The clock has a 24-hour display.
The clock must be set to operate the oven.
PROGRAM TIMER
cook time
timer
end time
clock
—
MODE
+
O P E R AT I N G T H E P R O G R A M M A B L E C L O C K
3 button programmable clock
PROGRAM TIMER
cook time
timer
General features
Your 3 button programmable clock has the following features:
clock
end time
• Timer – your 3 button programmable timer allows you to set a
MODE
—
+
countdown time that will beep when the set time has elapsed.
• Cooking duration – You can set a cooking duration. A timer
will count down the preset cooking time, beep when the time has elapsed and turn the oven
off.
• End cooking time – you can set a cooking finish time. A timer will count down the preset
cooking time, beep when the finish time has been reached and turn the oven off.
• Delayed start cooking time – You can combine the cooking time and stop cooking time to
switch the oven on and off at a specific time during the day.
Note: Your 3 button programmable timer only operates with your main oven.
Change the time of day (Daylight saving)
1. Press the “mode” button until the “clock” indicator begins flashing.
2. Press the – or + buttons to change the time. 5 seconds after the last change, the “clock”
indicator will disappear, confirming the time has been set.
Setting the timer
1. Press the “mode“ button until the “timer” indicator begins flashing.
2. Set the countdown time you want by using the – and + buttons. 5 seconds after the last change
the “timer” indicator will stop flashing, confirming the timer has been set.
3. To stop the beeper, press any button.
Setting the cooking duration
1. Check the clock displays the correct time of day.
2. Select the desired oven function and temperature. The oven indicator light will glow and the
heating source will come on.
3. Press the “mode“ button until the “cook time” indicator begins flashing.
4. Set the cooking duration you want by using the – or + buttons. 5 seconds after the last change,
the “cook time” indicator will stop flashing, and the time of day will be displayed.
Note: Do not forget to add preheating time if necessary.
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O P E R AT I N G T H E P R O G R A M M A B L E C L O C K ( C o n t i n u e d )
Setting the delayed start cooking time
1. Program the “cook time“ and “end time“ as described in the relevant sections. Once both the
“cook time“ and “end time“ have been set, the “cook time“ and “end time” indicators will stop
flashing and the current time of day will be displayed.
C L O C K S
Setting the cooking end time
1. Check the clock displays the correct time of day.
2. Select the desired oven function and temperature. The oven indicator light will glow and the
heating source will come on.
3. Press the “mode“ button until the “end time” indicator begins flashing.
4. Enter the time of day you want to finish cooking by pressing the – or + buttons. 5 seconds after
the last change, the “end time” indicator will stop flashing and the current time of day will
be displayed.
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To check or cancel settings
1. To check your settings, press the mode button until the setting you want is displayed. A red
light will flash next to the mode (cook time, end time, etc) that is currently on display.
2. To cancel “delayed start” press the mode button until a light flashes next to “end time”. Press
and hold the – button until the clock no longer reverses (you will hear a beep). If you have left
the temperature and function knobs at a setting the oven will start once the “end time” light
stops flashing.
3. To cancel “auto shut off” press the mode button until a light flashes next to “cook time”. Press
and hold the – button until the clock no longer reverses at (“0:00” and you will hear a beep).
This automatically cancels “delayed start”. If you have left the temperature and function knobs
at a setting, the oven will start once the “cook time” light stops flashing. Because you have
cancelled “auto off” the oven will continue to heat until you manually turn it off.
On completion of cooking
The oven will turn off, the timer will beep and the “end time“ and/or “cook time“ indicators will
flash.
1. Turn the function and temperature controls to the off position.
2. Press any button to stop the timer from beeping.
Switching the clock display ON and OFF
1. Press any two buttons together for 2 seconds to switch ’off’ the display.
2. Press any button to switch the clock display ’on’ again.
Note: If a timer mode is set, then it is not possible to switch the display off.
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O P E R AT I N G T H E A N A L O G U E C L O C K
Setting the time of day
Important: When your oven is turned on for the first time, the
time of day must be set before operation of your oven can
commence.
To set
• Push in the “Timer“ knob and turn in an anticlockwise
direction until the correct time shows on the clock.
Setting the Timer
Sets a countdown time which will ’ring’ when the time is
finished.
To set
• Turn the “Timer“ knob anticlockwise to set the desired time.
• To cancel or stop the countdown, turn the “Timer“ knob
anticlockwise to the
position.
Manual Cooking (not automatic)
• For manual cooking the
must be visible in the clock
window next to the 9.
Using Automatic Cooking
The oven will automatically turn on, cook and turn off.
• Check that the clock shows the correct time.
• Set the cooking time required. Turn the “Timer“ knob anticlockwise to show the time.
• Set the start time. Push the “Start Time“ knob in and turn anticlockwise until the red triangle
shows the time you wish your oven to turn on.
• Set the function and temperature that you require.
Note: The oven elements turn off when the cook time you have set finishes.
• Turn the “Timer“ knob anticlockwise until the manual sign
window.
• Turn function and temperature to off.
appears in the display
To Cancel Automatic Cooking
• Turn the “Timer“ knob anticlockwise until the manual sign
appears in the window.
• Turn the “Start Time“ knob until the hand shows the same as the time of day, and click is
heard.
O P E R AT I N G Y O U R 6 0 M I N U T E R I N G E R T I M E R
To set the timer, simply turn the knob clockwise to the required
number of minutes.
Note: For any time below ten minutes turn the knob past the ten
then turn it back to the required number of minutes. When the
timer returns to zero, the timer gives a short ring.
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TIMER
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CLEANING AND CARING FOR THE COOKER
!
IMPORTANT: Always make sure that the appliance is turned off before you clean it.
All surfaces should be kept clean to reduce the risk of damage or fire.
Cleaning your Hotplates
!
Ensure elements are cold to touch.
Lift front of element to clear spillage bowl and pull towards you.
Remove spillage bowl.
Wash spillage bowl in hot soapy water.
Radiant Hotplate
C O O K E R
2. If aluminium foil, plastic items or high sugar content
liquids/foods are allowed to melt on the ceramic glass, these
should be removed immediately with the supplied razor blade
scraper before the surface has cooled down, otherwise pitting
of the surface can occur.
Note: Items with high sugar content not only include jam and
fruit, but also vegetables such as peas, tomatoes and carrots.
When the ceramic glass is cool wipe clean with dishwashing
detergent on a damp cloth.
T H E
Ceramic Hotplates
1. Remove all spilt food and fat with the supplied razor blade
scraper, while the ceramic glass is still warm but not hot.
Wipe clean with dishwashing detergent on a damp cloth.
F O R
•
•
•
•
Isolate the appliance before removing the hotplates.
C A R I N G
Radiant Hotplates
These hotplates are self-cleaning, so any boil over material will burn to ash and may be wiped
away when the hotplate is cold.
The elements are removable so the spillage bowls can be
removed for cleaning.
A N D
Cleaning your Control Panel
• Make sure control knobs are in the OFF position.
• Clean control panel with a soft damp cloth dipped in warm soapy water.
Do not use excess water when cleaning control panel.
C L E A N I N G
Cleaning Enamel and Glass Doors Panels
Keep it clean by wiping it regularly with a soft cloth dipped in warm soapy water.
Rub persistent stains vigorously with a creamed powder cleanser.
Note: You can also use household oven enamel cleaners - follow the manufacturer’s instructions
carefully. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners, nylon scourers, powder cleaners, steel wool, steam
cleaners or wax polishes. Always check manufacturers recommendations before using their
product. When cleaning glass door panels harsh abrasive cleaners and sharp metal scrapers
should not be used, as they can scratch the surface and result in premature failure.
Ceramic Hotplate
3. Do not use abrasive sponges or scourers, as they may scratch
the cooktop.
4. Do not use oven sprays or stain removers as these products
may also damage the surface.
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CLEANING AND CARING FOR YOUR OVEN
Removing the Oven Shelves
Slide the oven shelves towards you until they reach the front
stop. Tilt them up at the front to clear the side supports. Lift
them clear. Wash the shelves in hot soapy water. For heavy
baked-on-stains soaking of the shelves may be required.
To install the oven shelves, fit the guide between the two
side rack rails. This will ensure the shelves remain stable.
Removing the Oven Light Glass
Switch the oven off before
removing the oven light glass. Turn Oven
Light Glass anticlockwise to remove it for
globe replacement, if necessary use a tea towel, etc for extra grip.
Warning: Ensure the appliance is switched off at the
function switch before replacing the lamp to avoid the
possibility of electric shock.
!
When replacing the Light Bulb ensure the replacement is suitable
for high temperatures. We recommend using a genuine
replacement available from Electrolux spare parts.
Cleaning:
!
The cooker can be disengaged and engaged from the anti-tilt bracket for cleaning
access. At all other times the cooker MUST be engaged onto the anti-tilt bracket.
Cleaning the Oven Compartment
Remove the self clean panels prior to using oven cleaners. (If fitted)
Remove self clean panels prior to cleaning. (If fitted)
Clean the oven compartment with hot soapy water. If stronger action is needed use a nonabrasive oven cleaner applied with a nylon scourer.
Follow the manufacturers instructions when using oven cleaners.
Do not spray oven cleaners onto the fan blades or oven elements.
Grill Tray and Grill Pan
Wash the Grill Tray and Grill Pan in hot soapy water.
!
IMPORTANT: Always keep the grill pan clean as any fat left in it may catch fire.
Grill Compartment
Clean the grill compartment with hot soapy water.
If stronger action is needed use a non-abrasive oven cleaner applied with a nylon scourer.
Warming Drawer
Note: This compartment will become hot when in use. Do not store flammable
components such as aerosols or plastic components in this compartment.
!
Clean the Warming Drawer compartment with hot soapy water.
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SOLVING PROBLEMS
Faults
If you have a problem with your oven and/or grill, please:
• Check the points listed below before calling for service. You may be able to avoid a service call
by fixing the problem yourself - and so continue cooking.
Note: We may charge you for service even in the guarantee period if your problem is due to the
causes listed below.
Data Plate
When you need information, service or replacement parts please:
• Quote the; 1 Model; 2 Model Number & 3 Serial Number.
You can find these on the data plate which is at the bottom of the oven front. The data plate is
visible when the door is open.
If you need more information, please contact the Customer Care Centre
On 1300 363 640 (Australia - Centre is open 8.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday Eastern Standard
Time) Or 09 573 2384 (New Zealand - Centre is open 8.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday).
If you have a warranty or spare parts enquiry, you should call the number listed on the back
page.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Oven or grill not working:
Power not turned on.
Controls or clock are incorrectly set.
Household fuse has blown or power supply is off.
Note: If the household fuse continues to blow, call the
Service Centre.
Oven light not working:
Lamp blown or loose in socket.
Household fuse has blown or power supply is off.
Note: If the household fuse continues to blow, call the
Service Centre.
Oven not heating enough:
Foil or trays on bottom of oven. (Remove immediately)
Oven not working:
Clock is in Auto mode. (Refer to operating instructions)
Household fuse has blown or power supply is off.
Note: If the household fuse continues to blow, call the
Service Centre.
Timer flashing on display:
Power failure or interruption.
Household fuse has blown or power supply is off.
Note: If the household fuse continues to blow, call the
Service Centre.
Unit smoking when first
used:
Protective oils being removed. This is normal conditioning
of the oven on first use.
Condensation building up:
Reduce the amount of water used in cooking.
Odours on first use of
oven:
This is normal conditioning of the oven insulation for the
first 30 minutes.
Power points not working:
Fuse at rear has blown.
Note: Only authorised service centres should carry out servicing. Otherwise
warranty may be void.
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Warranty
FOR SALES IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
APPLIANCE: ELECTROLUX E:LINE built-in ovens
This document sets out the terms and conditions of
product warranties for Electrolux branded appliances. It is
an important document. Please keep it with your proof of
purchase documents in a safe place for future reference
should you require service for your Electrolux appliance.
General Terms and Conditions
1. In this warranty
(a)‘Electrolux’ means Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd ABN
51 004 762 341 in respect of Appliances purchased in
Australia and Electrolux (NZ) Limited in respect of Appliances
purchased in New Zealand;
(b)‘Appliance’ means any Electrolux product purchased by you
accompanied by this document;
(c)‘Warranty Period’ means
(i)where you use the Appliance for personal, domestic or
household purposes in Australia the period of “24” months
and in New Zealand the period of “24” months;
(ii)where you use the Appliance for commercial purposes, in
Australia the period of “3” months and in New Zealand the
period of “3” months, (if the period stated is 0 months you
are not covered by this product warranty)
following the date of original purchase of the Appliance;
(d)‘you’ means the purchaser of the Appliance not having purchased
the appliance for re-sale, and ‘your’ has a corresponding meaning.
2.This warranty only applies to Appliances purchased and used
in Australia or New Zealand and is in addition to (and does not
exclude, restrict, or modify in any way) any non-excludable
statutory warranties in Australia or New Zealand.
3.Electrolux warrants that, when dispatched from an Electrolux
warehouse, the Appliance is free from defects in materials and
workmanship for the Warranty Period.
4.During the Warranty Period Electrolux or its Authorised Service
Centre will, at no extra charge if your appliance is readily
accessible without special equipment, and subject to these terms
and conditions, repair or replace any parts which it considers to
be defective. You agree that any replaced Appliances or parts
become the property of Electrolux. This warranty does not apply
to light globes, batteries, filters or similar perishable parts.
5.Parts and Appliances not supplied by Electrolux are not covered
by this warranty.
6.Where you are within an Electrolux service area, this warranty
covers the cost of transport of the Appliance to and from
Authorised Service Centres of Electrolux and travelling costs for
representatives of the Authorised Service Centre to and from
your home or business. If you are outside an Electrolux service
area, you will bear these costs. For information about whether
you are within an Electrolux service area, please phone 13 13 49
in Australia, or 0800 10 66 10 in New Zealand.
7.Proof of purchase is required before you can make a claim
under this warranty.
8.You may not make a claim under this warranty unless the defect
claimed is due to faulty or defective parts or workmanship.
Electrolux is not liable in the following situations (which are not
exhaustive):
(a) The Appliance is damaged by:
(i) accident
(ii)misuse or abuse, including failure to properly maintain or
service
(iii)normal wear and tear
(iv)power surges, electrical storm damage or incorrect power
supply
(v)incomplete or improper installation
(vi)incorrect, improper or inappropriate operation
(vii) insect or vermin infestation.
(b)The Appliance is modified without authority from Electrolux in
writing.
(c)The Appliance’s serial number or warranty seal has been
removed or defaced.
(d)The Appliance was serviced or repaired by anyone other than
Electrolux or its Authorised Service Centres.
9.This warranty, the contract to which it relates and the relationship
between you and Electrolux are governed by the law applicable
in the Australian State where the Appliance was purchased
or the law applicable in New Zealand if the Appliance was
purchased in New Zealand. Where the Appliance was purchased
in New Zealand for business purposes the Consumer Guarantee
Act does not apply.
Limitation of Liability
10.To the extent permitted by law:
(a)Electrolux excludes all warranties other than as contained in
this document;
(b)Electrolux shall not be liable for any loss or damage whether
direct or indirect or consequential arising from your purchase,
use or non-use of the Appliance.
11.Provisions of the Trade Practices Act and State consumer
legislation in Australia, and the Consumer Guarantees Act, the
Sale of Goods Act and the Fair Trading Act in New Zealand, imply
warranties or conditions, or impose obligations, upon Electrolux
which cannot be excluded, restricted or modified. To the extent
permitted by law, the liability of Electrolux (if any) arising out of or
in relation to the Appliance or any services supplied by Electrolux
shall be limited (where it is fair and reasonable to do so),:
(a)in the case of Appliances, at its option, to the replacement or
repair of the Appliances or the supply of equivalent products
or the payment of the cost of replacing the Appliances or
having the Appliances repaired or of acquiring equivalent
Appliances. Upon being replaced, parts and Appliances
become the property of Electrolux; or
(b)in the case of services, at its option, to the supply of the
services again or the payment of the cost of having the
services re-supplied;
and in the case of Appliances or services supplied in New
Zealand, loss or damage whether direct or indirect or
consequential that is reasonably foreseeable.
Privacy
You acknowledge that in the event that you make a warranty claim
it will be necessary for Electrolux and its Authorised Service Centres
to exchange information in relation to you to enable Electrolux to
meet its obligations under this warranty.
Important Notice
Before Calling a Service Technician please check carefully the operating instructions, service booklet and the warranty terms and conditions.
FOR SERVICE
or to find the address of your nearest
state service centre in Australia
Please call 13 13 49
For the cost of a local call (Australia only)
FOR SERVICE
or to find the address of your nearest
authorised service centre in New Zealand
Free call 0800 10 66 10
(New Zealand only)
SERVICE AUSTRALIA
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS
www.electrolux.com.au
SERVICE NEW ZEALAND
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS
www.electrolux.co.nz
FOR SPARE PARTS
or to find the address of your nearest
state spare parts centre in Australia
Please call 13 13 50
For the cost of a local call (Australia only)
FOR SPARE PARTS
or to find the address of your nearest
state spare parts centre in New Zealand
Free call 0800 10 66 20
(New Zealand only)
P/No. 342-1-544 ECN 08A081A 04/09
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