Zanussi ZDM869X User manual

Zanussi ZDM869X User manual
BUILT-IN
DOUBLE OVEN
ZDM 869
INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
Please read this instruction booklet before using the appliance
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Important Safety Information
You MUST read these warnings carefully before installing or using the oven. If you need assistance,
contact our Customer Care Department on 08705 727727
Installation
Maintenance and Cleaning
•
This oven must be installed by qualified personnel to
the relevant British Standards.
•
Only clean this oven in accordance with the instructions.
•
This oven is heavy. Take care when moving it.
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Remove all packaging, both inside and outside the
oven, before using the oven.
The oven should be kept clean at all times. A build-up
of fats or other foodstuffs could result in a fire,
especially in the grill pan.
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•
Do not attempt to modify the oven in any way.
Always allow the oven to cool down and switch off the
electrical supply before carrying out any cleaning or
maintenance work.
Child Safety
•
This oven is designed to be operated by adults. Do not
allow children to play near or with the oven.
•
The oven gets hot when it is in use. Children should be
kept away until it has cooled.
During Use
•
This oven is intended for domestic cooking only. It is
not designed for commercial or industrial purposes.
•
Never line any part of the oven with aluminium foil.
•
Do not allow heatproof cooking material, e.g. roasting
bags, to come into contact with oven elements.
•
Never place plastic or any other material which may
melt in or on the oven.
•
Do not place sealed cans or aerosols inside the oven.
They may explode if they are heated.
•
Do not hang towels, dishcloths or clothes from the
oven or its handle.
•
Do not use this oven if it is in contact with water and
never operate it with wet hands.
•
Take great care when heating fats and oils as they will
ignite if they become too hot.
•
Always use oven gloves to remove and replace food in
the oven.
•
Ensure that all control knobs are in the OFF position
when not in use.
•
Do not leave cookware containing foodstuffs, e.g. fat
or oil in or on the oven in case it is inadvertently
switched ON.
•
When using other electrical appliances, ensure the
cable does not come into contact with the hot surfaces
of the oven.
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Service
•
This oven should only be repaired or serviced by an
authorised Service Engineer and only genuine approved
spare parts should be used.
Environmental Information
•
After installation, please dispose of the packaging
with due regard to safety and the environment.
•
When disposing of an old appliance, make it unusable,
by cutting off the cable. Remove any door catches,
to prevent small children being trapped inside.
Keep this instruction book for future reference
and ensure it is passed on to any new owner.
Contents
For the User
For the Installer
Important Safety Information
2
Installation
25
Guide to Use the instructions
3
Electrical Connection
26
Description of the Oven
4
Building In
27
Controls
5
Before the First Use
6
The Clock/Electronic Timer
7
Using the Oven
9
Hints and Tips
9
Using the Conventional Oven
10
Using the Fan Oven (Main Oven only)
12
Defrosting (Main Oven only)
14
Grilling
15
Using the Meat Probe (Main Oven only)
17
Cleaning the Oven
18
Hints and Tips about Using the Lower Oven
18
Care of catalytic liners (Main Oven only)
20
Cleaning the hinged grill
20
Something not working
21
Service and Spare Parts
21
Guarantee Conditions
22
Guide to Use the instructions
The following symbols will be found in the text to guide
you throughout the Instructions:
Safety Instructions
Step by step instructions for an operation
F
Hints and Tips
Environmental Information
This appliance complies with the following
E.E.C. Directives:
* 73/23 - 90/683 (Low VoltageDirective);
* 93/68 (General Directives);
* 89/336 (Electromagnetical Compatibility
Directive) .
and subsequent modifications
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Description of the Oven
Lower Oven
Control
Knobs
Main Oven
Control
Knobs
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Main Oven Thermostat Control Light
Lower Oven Thermostat Control Light
FUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE
FUNCTION
Clock / Electronic
Timer
LOWER OVEN
MAIN OVEN
B U I LT- I N
Grill Element
Oven Light
Main
Oven
Shelf Supports
Fan
Grease Filter
Rating Plate
Grill Element
Lower
Oven
Shelf Supports
Grill trivet
Grill/roasting
pan
Shelves (x 4)
Removable
handles
4
Controls
Main Oven
Oven Function Control Knob
OFF
Oven Light - The oven light will be on without any
cooking function
0
Defrost Setting - This setting is intended to assist in
thawing of frozen food
Conventional cooking - The heat comes from both
the top and bottom element, ensuring even heating
inside the oven
Top heating element - The heat comes from the top
of the oven only
Bottom heating element - The heat comes from the
bottom of the oven only
Fan cooking - This allows you to roast or roast and
bake simoultaneously using any shelf, without flavour
transference
Inner grill element only - Can be used for grilling small
quantities
Full Grill - The full grill element will be on
Thermal Grilling - This function offers an alternative
method of cooking food items, normally associated
with conventional grilling. The grill element and the
oven fan operate together, circulating hot air around
the food
50
Thermostat Control Knob
OFF
100
MAX
Turn the thermostat control knob clockwise to select
temperatures between 50°C and 250°C (MAX).
0
20
5
150
Lower Oven
OFF
Oven Function Control Knob
Conventional cooking - The heat comes from both
the top and bottom element, ensuring even heating
inside the oven.
0
Top heating element - The heat comes from the top
of the oven only.
Bottom heating element - The heat comes from the
bottom of the oven only.
Inner grill element only - Can be used for grilling small
quantities.
Full Grill - The full grill element will be on
50
OFF
Thermostat Control Knob
100
MAX
150
Before the First Use
Remove all packaging, both inside and outside
the oven, before using the oven.
Before first use, the oven should be heated without food.
During this time, an unpleasant odour may be emitted.
This is quite normal.
1. Set the electronic timer to manual function.
2. Switch the main oven function control knob
to conventional cooking .
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3. Set the thermostat control knob to MAX.
4. Open a window for ventilation.
5. Allow the oven to run empty for approximately
45 minutes.
6. Half way through, reset the oven function
control to fan cooking .
This procedure should be repeated with the grill
function for approximately 5-10 minutes.
The lower oven should also be heated in the same way
using both the conventional cooking function
and the
grill function
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.
0
20
Turn the thermostat control knob clockwise to select
temperatures between 50°C and 250°C (MAX).
The Clock/Electronic Timer
Cooking duration
Meat Probe
Temperature Display
End of cooking time
Manual function
Meat Probe
Time or
temperature
setting
Time or temperature setting knob
The electronic timer can be used to programme the main
oven only.
The electronic timer can indicate the time of day and
automatically operate the main oven.
Before the oven can be operated, the time of day must
be set on the electronic timer.
In case of loss of power, all the settings (time of day,
program setting or program in operation), will be
cancelled. When the power is restored, the numbers on
the display will flash, and the timer has to be reset.
Please note that this is a 24 hour clock. For example,
2pm is shown as 14:00.
Programming
controls
F To set the time of day
, and at the same time turn
and
Press buttons
the time setting knob until the correct time of day is
displayed.
F Manual function
Press button
to set the oven for manual function.
F To programme the oven to
switch off only
This is useful if you want to begin cooking immediately
but have the oven switch off automatically.
1. Set the oven function control knob and the thermostat
control knob on the required settings.
2. Place food in the oven.
3. Press button
and, at the same time, turn the
time setting knob until the required cooking duration
is displayed.
Our diagram shows the timer set for 30 minutes.
At the end of the cooking time the oven will switch off
and an alarm will sound. To switch off the alarm press
.
button
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F To programme the oven to
switch on and off
1. Ensure the clock is showing the right time of day.
2. Carry out steps 1, 2 and 3 as explained in "To
programme the oven to switch off only".
3. Press button
and at the same time turn the time
setting knob until the end cooking time is displayed.
Our diagram shows the end cooking time set for 30
minutes past noon. At the end of the cooking time the
oven will switch off and an alarm will sound. To switch off
the alarm press button
.
F To set the temperature for
the meat probe
Detailed instructions for this feature are given at
page 17.
1. Insert the jack plug of the meat probe into the socket
situated on the left hand side of the oven.
2. Insert the probe into meat and close the oven door.
3. Press button
and, at the same time, turn the temperature setting knob until the required temperature
is displayed. Our diagram shows the meat probe temperature set for 70°C.
4. Set the oven function control knob and the thermostat
control knob on the required settings.
5. When cooking is completed, an alarm will sound. To
switch off thr alarm press button
.
6. Remove the meat probe after use.
F To cancel a programme
1. Press button
and, at the same time, turn the
time setting knob until the cooking duration is set on
"zero".
3. If the end cooking time has been set too, press button
and at the same time turn the time setting knob
until the end cooking time is set on "zero".
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Using the Oven
MAIN OVEN
Always cook with the oven door closed.
Stand clear when opening the drop down oven door.
Do not allow it to fall open - support the door using
the door handle, until it is fully open.
The Main Oven has fourteen shelf levels.
The Lower Oven has three shelf levels.
The appliance is supplied with four shelves. The
shelf positions are counted from the bottom of the
oven as shown in the diagram.
It is important that these shelves are correctly
positioned as shown in the diagram.
Do not place cookware directly on the oven base.
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13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
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High
Centre
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Low
LOWER OVEN
3
2
1
Hints and Tips
Condensation and steam
When food is heated it produces steam in the same way
as a boiling kettle. The oven vents allow some of this
steam to escape. However, always stand back from
the oven when opening the oven door to allow any
build up of steam or heat to release.
If the steam comes into contact with a cool surface on
the outside of the oven, e.g. a trim, it will condense and
produce water droplets. This is quite normal and is not a
fault with the oven.
To prevent discolouration, regularly wipe away
condensation and also soilage from surfaces.
Cookware
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Use any oven proof cookware which will withstand
temperatures of 250°C.
Baking trays, oven dishes, etc. should not be
placed directly against the grid covering the fan at
the back of the oven, or placed on the oven base.
Do not use baking trays larger than 30 cm x 35 cm
(12 in x 14 in) as they will restrict the circulation of
heat and may affect performance.
The effects of dishes
on cooking results
Dishes and tins vary in their thickness, conductivity,
colour, etc. which affects the way they transmit heat to
the food inside them.
A Aluminium, earthenware, oven glassware and bright
shiny utensils reduce cooking and base browning.
B Enamelled cast iron, anodized aluminium, aluminium
with non-stick interior and coloured exterior and dark,
heavy utensils increase cooking and base browning.
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Using the Conventional Oven
When using this setting, heat comes from both the top
and bottom elements. This allows you to cook on a single
level and is particularly suitable for dishes which require
extra base browning such as pizzas, quiches and flans.
Gratins, lasagnes and hotpots which require extra top
browning also cook well in the conventional oven. This
form of cooking gives you the opportunity to cook without
the fan in operation.
Hints and Tips
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F How to Use the
Conventional Oven
1. Turn the oven function control knob to the required
cooking function (
).
2. Turn the thermostat control to the required temperature.
THINGS TO NOTE
l
The oven light will come on when the oven function
control knob is set.
l
The thermostat control light will remain on until the
correct temperature is reached. It will then cycle on
and off to show that temperature is being maintained.
Top oven element only
This function is suitable for finishing cooked dishes, eg;
lasagne, shepherds pie, cauliflower cheese etc.
Bottom oven element only
This function is particularly useful when blind-baking
pastry or cooking pizza. It may also be used to finish off
quiches or flans to ensure the base pastry is cooked
through.
The Cooling Fan
•
The cooling fan will operate continually during cooking.
It may run on after the oven is switched off to keep
the controls cool. This is quite normal.
NOTE
The action of the cooling fan will depend on how long the
oven has been used and at what temperature. It may not
switch in at all at lower temperature settings nor run on
where the oven has only been used for a short time.
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The middle shelf position allows for the best heat
distribution. To increase base browning simply lower
the shelf position. To increase top browning, raise the
shelf position.
The material and finish of the baking trays and dishes
used will affect base browning. Enamelware, dark,
heavy or non-stick utensils increase base browning,
while oven glassware, shiny aluminium or polished
steel trays reflect the heat away and give less base
browning.
Always place dishes centrally on the shelf to ensure
even browning.
Stand dishes on suitably sized baking trays to prevent
spillage onto the base of the oven and make cleaning
easier.
Do not place dishes, tins or baking trays directly on
the oven base as it becomes very hot and damage
will occur.
For faster preheating use the fan oven function to
preheat the oven until the oven indicator neon goes
out, then swich the selector to the conventional oven
setting.
Single level cooking gives best results. If you require
more than one level cooking use the fan oven function.
Cooking Chart - Conventional Oven
Food
Temperature (°C)
Runner
Positions
Cooking
Time (mins)
Biscuits
170-200
6-8
25-30
Bread, buns, yeast, doughs
200-230
5
35-45
Casseroles
140-170
3-5
90-180
Cakes - small, Queen Victoria sponge
170-190
5-7
18-25
Cakes - madeira, rich fruit
130-180
5
90-150
Choux pastry, eclairs
200-230
7
30-35
Fish
200-230
5-9
20-40
Fruit pies, plate tarts, crumbles
180-210
6
50-65
Meringues
90-100
6
90-150
Milk puddings
140-160
5
90-150
Pate, terrine (in baine-marie)
160-180
1-3
60-90
Pizzas
200-230
3-5
25-30
Puff pastry, sausage rolls, vol-au-vents
230-250
6
15-25
Quiches, flans
170-200
4-6
50-60
Scones
230-250
7-8
8-12
Souffle
200-230
6
35-45
Stuffed vegetables
230-250
6-8
Roast meat & poultry
180-200
6
Yorkshire pudding
200-230
7-8
Keep food warm, heat dishes
90-100
6
35-45
see meat + poultry
roasting chart
40-50
NOTE: Shelf positions are counted from bottom of the oven and are meant for the Main Oven only. When using the
Lower Oven, please note that temperature and shelf positions must be adjusted according to type of food, its thickness
and its weight.
Meat and Poultry Roasting Chart
(Conventional Oven + Fan Oven)
Meat
Cooking Time
When roasting, ensure the meat is
cooked thoroughly, use a meat
thermometer if preferred to check
the centre temperature has reached
the required temperature (see table
below).
Beef
20-35 mins per 1/2kg (lb) + 20-35 mins
Beef, boned
25-35 mins per 1/2kg (lb) + 25-35 mins
Mutton and Lamb
25-35 mins per 1/2kg (lb) + 25-35 mins
MEAT
TEMPERATURES
Pork and Veal
30-40 mins per 1/2kg (lb) + 30-40 mins
Beef
Ham
30-40 mins per 1/2kg (lb) + 30-40 mins
Chicken
15-20 mins per 1/2kg (lb) + 20 mins
Rare - 60°C
Medium - 70°C
Well Done - 80°C
Turkey and Goose
15-20 mins per 1/2kg (lb) up to 3.5kg (7lb)
Pork
Well Done - 80°C
+ 15 mins per 1/2kg
Lamb
Medium - 70°C
Well Done - 80°C
Duck
25-35 mins per 1/2kg (lb) + 20 mins
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Using the Fan Oven
(Main Oven only)
The air inside the oven is heated by the element around
the fan situated behind the back panel. The fan circulates
hot air to maintain an even temperature inside the oven.
The advantages of cooking with this function are:
l Faster Preheating
As the fan oven quickly reaches temperature, it is not
usually necessary to preheat the oven although you
may find that you need to allow an extra 5-7 minutes
on cooking times. For recipes which require higher
temperatures, best results are achieved if the oven
is preheated first, e.g. bread, pastries, scones,
souffles, etc.
l Lower Temperatures
Fan oven cooking generally requires lower
temperatures than conventional cooking.
Follow the temperatures recommended in the cookinf
chart. Remember to reduce temperatures by about
20-25°C for your own recipes which use conventional
cooking.
l Even Heating for Baking
The fan oven has uniform heating on all runner
positions. This means that batches of the same food
can be cooked in the oven at the same time.
However, the top shelf may brown slightly quicker
than the lower one.
This is quite usual. There is no mixing of flavours
between dishes.
F How to Use the Fan Oven
1. Turn the oven function control knob to .
2. Turn the thermostat control to the required temperature.
THINGS TO NOTE
During cooking, the cooling fan and the thermostat control
light will operate in the same way as described for the
conventional oven function.
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FO 2079
Hints and Tips
Runner positions are not critical, but make sure the
shelves are evenly spread.
When cooking more than one dish in the fan oven, place
dishes centrally on the shelves rather than several dishes
on one shelf.
When the oven is full, you may need to allow slightly
longer cooking time.
A shelf may be placed on the floor of the oven. Place
dishes on a shelf in this position rather than on the oven
base, to allow air circulation around the food.
When the oven is full of the same food, e.g. equal trays
of small cakes or equal size victoria sandwich cakes,
then they will be cooked in the same time and removed
from the oven together. When different sizes of trays or
types of food, e.g. biscuits and cakes are cooked, they
will not necessarily be ready together.
The fan oven can be used to heat foods through without
thawing first, e.g. fruit tarts, mince pies, sausage rolls,
and other small pastry items. Use a temperature of 190200°C and allow 20-40 minutes (depending on the quantity
of food in the oven).
The use of too high temperatures can cause uneven
browning. Check with the recommendations for oven
temperatures given in the cooking charts, but be prepared
to adjust the temperature by 10°C if necessary.
Remember to reduce temperatures by about 20-25°C for
your own conventional recipes.
When roasting do use the trivet in the meat tin. Fat and
meat juices will drain into the meat tin below and can be
used to make gravy. The trivet also prevents splashes of
fat from soiling the oven interior.
The meat tin should not be placed on a heated hotplate
or burner as this may cause the enamel to crack.
Cooking Chart - Fan Oven
This chart is intended as a guide only. It may be necessary to increase or decrease the temperature to suit your
individual requirements. Only experience will enable you to determine the correct setting for your personal requirements.
Food
Shelf
Position
Biscuits
Bread
Casseroles
Cakes:
Small and queen
Sponges
Madeira
Rich Fruit
Christmas
Meringues
Fish
Fruit Pies and Crumbles
Milk Puddings
Pastry:
Choux
Shortcrust
Flaky
Puff
Plate Tarts
Quiches/Flans
Scones
Roasting: Meat & Poultry
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Shelf
positions
are not
critical but
ensure that
oven
shelves are
evenly
spaced
when more
than one is
used.
Cooking
Temp (°C)
160-190
190-220
130-140
160-170
160-170
140-150
130-140
130-140
90-100
170-190
170-200
130-140
190-200
180
170-180
210-220
160-180
When roasting, ensure the meat is cooked thoroughly, use a meat thermometer if preferred to check the centre
temperature has reached the required temperature (see table below).
MEAT
TEMPERATURES
Beef
Rare - 60°C
Medium - 70°C
Well Done - 80°C
Pork
Well Done - 80°C
Lamb
Medium - 70°C
Well Done - 80°C
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Defrosting
(Main Oven only)
Hints and Tips
The oven fan operates without heat and circulates the
air, at room temperature, inside the oven. This increases
the speed of defrosting. However, please note that the
temperature of the kitchen will influence the speed of
defrosting.
This function is particularly suitable for delicate food which
could be damaged by heat, e.g. cream filled gateaux,
iced cakes, pastries, bread and other yeast products.
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F How to Use Defrosting
•
1. Turn the oven function control knob to .
2. Ensure the thermostat control knob is in the OFF
position.
Cover food with a lid, aluminium foil or plastic film to
prevent drying out during defrosting.
ALWAYS COOK THOROUGHLY IMMEDIATELY
AFTER THAWING.
Frozen food should be placed in a single layer
when ever possible and turned over half way
through the defrosting process.
Only joints of meat and poultry up to 2 kg. (4 lb.)
are suitable for defrosting in this way.
Refer to the following table for approximate defrosting
times.
Defrosting time
(Mins)
Standing time
(Mins)
Chicken 1000 g.
100-140
20-30
Place the chicken on an inverted
saucer on a large plate. Defrost open
and turn at half time or defrost
covered with foil. Remove giblets
as soon as possible.
Meat 1000 g.
100-140
20-30
Defrost open and turn at
half time or cover with foil
Meat 500 g.
90-120
20-30
As above
Trout 150 g.
23-35
10-15
Defrost open
Strawberries 300 g.
30-40
10-20
Defrost open
Butter 250 g.
30-40
10-15
Defrost open
Cream 2 x 200 g.
80-100
10-15
Defrost open (cream is
easy to whip even if parts
of it are still slightly frozen)
60
60
Food
Cake 1400 g.
Notes
Defrost open
The times quoted in the chart should be used as a guide only, as the speed of defrosting will depend on the kitchen
temperature. For example, the colder the ambient temperature, the longer the defrosting time.
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Grilling
Grilling must be carried out with the oven door
closed. The grill pan handles must be removed
from the pan.
F How to Use the Grill
1. Turn the oven control function knob to .
2. Turn the thermostat control knob on the required temperature.
3. Adjust the grid and grill pan runner position to allow for
different thicknesses of food. Position the food close
to the element for faster cooking and further away for
more gentle cooking.
Preheat the grill on a full setting for a few minutes before
sealing steaks or toasting. Adjust the heat setting and
the shelf as necessary, during cooking
During cooking, the cooling fan and the thermostat control
light will operate in the same way as described for the
fan oven function.
F
How to Use the Inner Grill
Element
Hints and Tips
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Most foods should be placed on the grid in the grill
pan to allow maximum circulation of air to lift the food
out of the fats and juices. Food such as fish, liver and
kidneys may be placed directly on the grill pan, if
preferred
Food should be thoroughly dried before grilling to
minimise splashing. Brush lean meats and fish lightly
with a little oil or melted butter to keep them moist
during cooking
Accompaniments such as tomatoes and mushrooms
may be placed underneath the grid when grilling meats
When toasting bread, we suggest that the top runner
position is used.
The food should be turned over during cooking, as
required.
The grill element is controlled by the thermostat.
During cooking, the grill cycles on and off to
prevent overheating.
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The inner grill provides quick direct heat to the central
area of the grill pan. By using the inner grill element for
cooking small quantities, it can help to save energy.
1. Turn the oven control function knob on .
2. Turn the thermostat control knob on the required temperature.
3. Adjust the grid and grill pan runner position to allow
for different thicknesses of food and follow the
instructions for grilling.
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F How to Use the Thermal Grill (Main Oven only)
Thermal grilling offers an alternative method of cooking
food items normally associated with conventional grilling.
The grill element and the oven fan operate alternately,
circulating hot air around the food. The need to check
and turn the food is reduced. Thermal grilling helps to
minimize cooking smells in the kitchen.
With the exception of toast and rare steaks, you can
thermally grill all the foods you would normally cook under
a conventional grill. Cooking is more gentle, therefore
food generally takes a little longer to cook with thermal
grilling compared with conventional grilling. One of the
advantages is that larger loads can be cooked at the
same time.
1. Turn the oven control function knob on .
2. Turn the thermostat control knob on the required temperature. Select a maximum temperature of
200°C.
3. Adjust the grid and grill pan runner position to allow
for different thicknesses of food and follow the
instructions for grilling.
Hints and Tips
Prepare foods in the same way as for conventional grilling.
Brush lean meats and fish lightly with little oil or butter to
keep them moist during cooking.
A general guide to cooking times is given below but these
times may vary slightly depending on the thickness and
quantity of food being cooked.
Cooking Chart - Grilling
FOOD
Grill and Inner Grill Element
Thermal Grill
Temp
(°C)
Time
(Mins per side)
Temp
(°C)
Time
(Mins)
Bacon Rashers
210
2-3
200
8-12
Beefburgers
200
6-10
190
10-15
Chicken Joints
170
10-15
160
35-45
Chops
- Lamb
180
7-10
170
20-25
- Pork
180
10-15
170
25-35
- Whole Trout/Herring
170
8-12
170
10-20
- Fillets Plaice/Cod
170
4-6
170
10-20
180
10-15
170
20-30
Fish
Kebabs
Kidneys
- Lamb/Pig
170
4-6
180
10-15
Liver
- Lamb/Pig
170
5-10
180
20-30
Sausages
180
10-15
190
10-15
Toast
250
1-2
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170
20-30
depending on size
depending on size
Heating through and
Browning, e.g. au-gratin,
lasagne, shepherd's pie.
Browning dishes only
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230
3-5
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Using the Meat Probe
(Main Oven only)
The meat probe is a feature which will control the cooking
of meat by informing you of the exact temperature at the
centre of the meat. It is not necessary to weigh the meat,
the sensor determines the cooking time. However, the
cooking time is obviously influenced by the cooking
temperature.
The probe consists of a skewer like sensor at one end of
a heat resistant cable, and a plug at the other end.
FO 0710
Use only the meat probe supplied with the oven
or an original spare part.
How to Use the Meat Probe
F
1. First raise the meat probe cover (1), which is located
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
in the top of the left hand side of the oven and plug
the probe connecting pin into its socket (2).
Insert the probe sensor into the centre of the meat,
taking care to avoid touching any bone or pockets of
fat as this will give a false temperature reading.
Place the meat, in a suitable tin, into the oven cavity.
As poultry is a difficult shape with a great deal of
bone it is difficult to register a correct finish temperature, please ensure it is cooked thoroughly.
Then select the internal meat temperature (see
roasting chart) by depressing button
, and
simultaneously turning the temperature setting dial
until the correct temperature is displayed. Release
the
button, a light above will illuminate to show
that the programme has been accepted. The light and
the temperature will be displayed in red.
Select the required cooking function and temperature.
When the selected temperature has been reached
the digits in the display will start to flash and an audible
signal will sound for two minutes.
Turn the oven and thermostat control knobs to the off
position.
Open the oven door and remove the probe from the
meat, then remove the probe from the socket. When
the probe is removed from the display digits and cursor
light go out ant the oven automatically returns to
manual operation.
Roasting chart - Internal Temperatures
Pork
Well done
80°C
Lamb
Medium
Well done
70°C
80°C
Beef
Rare
Medium
Well done
60°C
70°C
80°C
Chicken
Well done
82°C
The temperatures quoted above are given as a guide only.
Do not submerge the meat probe in water, just
wipe with a clean damp cloth.
Remove the meat probe after use.
Do not leave the meat probe in the oven when
cooking other items.
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Hints and Tips about Using the
Lower Oven
The lower oven is the smaller of the two ones. It is heated
by two elements in the top and lower of the oven. It is
designed for cooking smaller quantities of food. It gives
especially good results if used to cook fruit cakes, sweet
or savoury flans or quiche.
The lower oven is also ideal for use as a warming
compartment to warm dishes and keep food hot. Use a
temperature setting of 80°-100°C on the lower oven
temperature control knob.
Things to note
1. The lower oven thermostat control light will glow until
the oven has reached the desired temperature and
then go out. It will cycle ON and OFF periodically
during cooking showing that temperature is being
maintained.
2. The control cooling fan will operate after a time.
3. The lower oven works independently of the top oven.
Hints and Tips
There should always be at least 2.5 cm (1") between the
top of the food and the heating element. This gives the
best cooking results and allows room for yeast mixtures
to rise, Yorkshire puddings, etc.
When cooking cakes, pastry, scones, bread etc., place
the tins or baking trays centrally below the element.
Ensure that food is placed centrally on the shelf and
there is sufficient room around the baking tray/dish to
allow for maximum circulation.
Stand dishes on suitable sized baking trays to prevent
spillage onto the oven base and to help reduce cleaning.
The material and finish of the baking tray and dishes will
affect the degree of base browning of the food.
Enamelware, dark, heavy or non-stick utensils increase
base browning. Shiny aluminium or polished steel trays
reflect the heat away and give less base browning.
DO NOT use the grill pan or meat tin as a baking tray as
this will increase base browning of the food.
Because of the smaller cooking space, lower
temperatures and shorter cooking times are sometimes
required.
For economy, leave the door open for the shortest possible
time, particularly when placing food into a preheated oven.
Cleaning the Oven
Before cleaning always allow the cooling fan to
cool the oven down before switching off at the
electricity supply.
The oven should be kept clean at all times. A
build-up of fats or other foodstuffs could result in
a fire, especially in the grill pan.
Cleaning materials
Before using any cleaning materials on your oven, check
that they are suitable and that their use is recommended
by the manufacturer.
Cleaners that contain bleach should NOT be used as
they may dull the surface finishes. Harsh abrasives should
also be avoided.
External cleaning
Regularly wipe over the control panel, oven door and door
seal using a soft cloth well wrung out in warm water to
which a little liquid detergent has been added.
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To prevent damaging or weakening the door glass
panels avoid the use of the following:
• Household detergent and bleaches
• Impregnated pads unsuitable for nonstick saucepans
• Brillo/Ajax pads or steel wool pads
• Chemical oven pads or aerosols
• Rust removers
• Bath/Sink stain removers
Clean the outer and inner door glass using warm soapy
water. Should the inner door glass become heavily soiled
it is recommended that a cleaning product such as Hob
Brite is used. Do not use paint scrapers to remove soilage.
DO NOT clean the oven door while the glass panels
are warm. If this precaution is not observed the
glass panel may shatter.
If the door glass panel becomes chipped or has
deep scratches, the glass will be weakened and
must be replaced to prevent the possibility of the
panel shattering. Contact your local Service Force
Centre who will be pleased to advise further.
Oven Cavity
The enamelled base of the oven cavity is best cleaned
whilst the oven is still warm.
Wipe the oven over with a soft cloth soaked in warm
soapy water after each use. From time to time it will be
necessary to do a more thorough cleaning, using a
proprietary oven cleaner.
DO NOT attempt to clean catalytic liners
Oven Shelves
Supports
and
Shelf
To clean the oven shelves and the shelf supports, soak
in warm soapy water and remove stubborn marks with a
well wetted soap impregnated pad. Rinse well and dry
with a soft cloth.
The shelf supports can be removed for easy cleaning
(see diagram). Please, ensure the retaining nuts are
secure when refitting the shelf support.
Grease Filter
To prevent a build-up of fats on the fan impellor, the
grease filter must be fitted by clipping it over the vents
in the back panel.
To clean the grease filter
When the oven has cooled down, remove the filter by
pushing the protruding tongue on the filter upward, and
wash carefully.
The grease filter should be cleaned after every use. The
filter may be washed in a dishwasher on a 65°C wash. If
the filter is heavily soiled, place the filter in a saucepan
of water with approximately 1 teaspoon of automatic
washing powder or dishwasher powder. Bring to the boil
and leave to soak for approximately 30 minutes or longer
depending on the degree of soiling. Ensure the solution
does not boil over as it could mark your hob.
Rinse filter in clear water and dry.
Remember to refit the filter before using the oven again.
FO 0018
Replacing the Oven Light
If the oven bulb needs replacing, it must comply with the
following specifications:
- Electric power: 15W,
- Electric rate: 230-240 V (50 Hz),
- Resistant to temperatures of 300°C,
- Connection type: E14.
These bulbs are available from your local Zanussi Force
Service Centre.
F
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
To replace the faulty bulb:
Ensure the oven is isolated from the electrical supply.
Turn the glass cover anticlockwise.
Remove the faulty bulb and replace with the new one.
Refit the glass cover.
Restore the electrical supply.
FO 0287
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Care of catalytic liners (Main Oven
only)
Catalytic liners destroy splashes of food and fats when
the oven temperature is raised to around 220°C.
To aid this process it is a good idea to run the oven for an
hour or two per week, without food, to ensure continued
good performance from the Catalytic liners.
Hints and Tips
• Manual cleaning of the Catalytic liner is not
recommended. Damage will occur if soap
impregnated steel wool pads, aerosol cleaners and
any other abrasives are used.
• Slight discoloration and polishing of the Catalytic
surface may occur in time. This does not affect the
Catalytic properties in any way.
• Follow the recommendations below to keep oven
soilage to a minimum.
Use minimal, if any, extra oil or fat when roasting meat;
potatoes only require brushing with fat before cooking.
Extra fat in the oven during roasting will increase
splashing and soilage.
It is NOT necessary to add water to the meat tin when
roasting. The water and the fat juices from the joint
create excessive splattering during cooking, even at
normal temperatures, as well as causing condensation.
Covering joints during cooking will also prevent splashing
onto the interior surfaces; removing the covering for the
last 20-30 minutes will allow extra browning, if required.
Some large joints and turkeys especially benefit by this
method of cooking, allowing the joint to cook through
before the outside is overbrowned.
Do use the roasting tin. During roasting, the fat from the
joint will be contained beneath the trivet and therefore
prevent it from splattering onto the 'Catalytic' liner.
Cooking to reduce soilage
Cook at the recommended temperatures. Higher
temperatures during roasting will increase soilage. Try
cooking to lower temperatures for an increased length
of time, you will save energy and often the joint is more
tender.
Cleaning the hinged grill
This model has been fitted with a hinged grill element to
enable you to clean the roof of the oven easily.
Before proceeding ensure the oven is cool and
is isolated from the electricity supply.
1) Undo the screws which holds the grill in place (see
diagram). When doing this operation for the first time,
we recommend using a screwdriver.
2) Then gently pull the grill downward to allow access
to the oven roof (see diagram).
3) Clean the oven roof with a suitable cleaner and wipe
dry before replacing the hinged grill element.
4) Gently push up the grill element into place and firmly
screw into place the holding nuts.
Ensure the grill holding nuts are firmly in place to
avoid the grill falling down when in use.
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Something not working
If the oven is not working correctly, please carry out the following checks, before contacting your local Service Centre.
IMPORTANT: If you call out an engineer to a fault listed below, or to repair a fault caused by incorrect use or installation,
a charge will be made even if the appliance is under guarantee.
SYMPTOM
SOLUTION
n The oven does not come on
n The oven temperature light does not come on
u Check the oven is in manual operation and that
both a cooking function and temperature have been
selected.
u Check the oven is wired in properly, and the socket
switch or the switch from the mains supply to the oven
are ON.
u Select a temperature with the thermostat control
knob
u Select a function with the oven function control
knob.
n The oven light does not come on
u Select a function with the oven function control
knob
u Check the light bulb, and replace it if necessary
(see "Replacing the oven light")
n It takes too long to finish the dishes, or they are
u The temperature may need adjusting
u Refer to the contents of this booklet, especially to
cooked too fast.
the chapter “Using the Oven”.
n Steam and condensation settle on the food and the
oven cavity.
u Leave dishes inside the oven no longer than 15-20
minutes after the cooking is completed.
n The timer does not work
u Check the instructions for the timer.
n The oven fan is noisy
u Check the grease filter is correctly fitted.
u Check that shelves and bakeware are not vibrating
in contact with the oven back panel.
Service and Spare Parts
In the event of your appliance requiring service, or if you
wish to purchase spare parts, please contact your local
Zanussi Service Force Centre by telephoning:
0870 5 929929
Your telephone call will be automatically routed to the
Service Force Centre covering your post code area. The
addresses are listed on the following pages.
Before calling out an engineer, please ensure you have
read the details under the heading “Something Not
Working.”
When you contact the Service Force Centre you will need
to give the following details:
1. Your name, address and post code
2. Your telephone number
3. Clear and concise details of the fault
4. The model and serial number of the appliance (found
on the rating plate)
5. The purchase date
In-guarantee customers should ensure that the
above checks have been made as the engineer will
make a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or
electrical breakdown.
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Customer Care Department
For general enquiries concerning your Zanussi appliance
or for further information on Zanussi products, please
contact our Customer Care Department by letter or
telephone at the address below or visit our website at
www.zanussi.co.uk
Customer Care Department
Zanussi
55-77 High Street
Slough
Berkshire
SL1 1DZ
08705 727727 (*)
* calls to this number may be recorded for training
purposes.
Guarantee Conditions
Zanussi Guarantee conditions
We, Zanussi, undertake that if, within 24 months of the
date of the purchase, this Zanussi appliance or any part
thereof is proved to be defective by any reason only of
faulty workmanship or materials, we will, at our option,
repair or replace the same FREE OF ANY CHARGE for
labour, materials or carriage on condition that:
*
The appliance has been correctly installed and used
only on the gas and electricity supply stated on the
rating plate.
* The appliance has been used for normal domestic
purpose only, and in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
* The appliance has not been serviced, maintained,
repaired, taken apart or tampered with by any person
not authorised by us.
* All service work under this guarantee must be
undertaken by a Zanussi Service Centre.
* Any appliance or defective part replaced shall
become the Company's property.
* This guarantee is in addition to your statutory and
other legal rights.
Home visits are made between 8.30am and 5.30pm
Monday to Friday. Visits may be available outside these
hours, in which case a premium will be charged.
Exclusions
This guarantee does not cover:
* Damage or calls resulting from transportation,
improper use or neglect, the replacement of any light
bulbs or removable parts of glass or plastic.
* Costs incurred for calls to put right an appliance
which is improperly installed or calls to appliance
outside the United Kingdom.
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*
*
Appliances found to be in use within a commercial
or similar environment, plus those which are the
subject to rental agreements.
Products of Zanussi manufacture which are not
marketed by Zanussi.
European Guarantee
If you should move to another country within Europe then
your guarantee moves with you to your new home
subject to the following qualifications:
* The guarantee starts from the date you first
purchased your product.
* The guarantee is for the same period and to the same
extent for labour and parts as exist in the new country
of use for this brand or range of products.
* This guarantee relates to you and cannot be
transferred to another user.
* Your new home is within the European Community
(EC) or European Free Trade Area.
* The product is installed and used in accordance with
our instructions and is only used domestically, i.e. a
normal household
* The product is installed taking into account
regulations in your new country.
Before you move, please contact your nearest Customer
Care centre, listed below, to give them details of your
new home. They will then ensure that the local Service
Organisation is aware of your move and able to look after
you and your appliances.
France
Germany
Italy
Sweden
UK
Senlis
Nürnberg
Pordenone
Stockholm
Slough
+33 (0) 3 44 62 29 29
+49 (0) 800 234 7378
+39 (0) 0434 39 4700
+46 (0) 8 672 53 90
+44 (0) 1753 219897
To contact your local Service Force Centre telephone 08705 929 929
CHANNEL ISLANDS
GUERNSEY
Guernsey Electricity
PO Box 4
Vale, Guernsey
Channel Islands GY1 3AD
JERSEY
Jersey Electricity Company
Haut De L’orme
Rue De Haut De L’orme
Trinity
Jersey
Channel Islands JE3 5FG
SCOTLAND
ABERDEEN
54 Claremont Street
Aberdeen AB10 6RA
AUCHTERMUCHTY
33a Burnside
Auchtermuchty
Fife KY14 7AJ
BLANTYRE
Unit 5
Block 2
Auchenraith Ind. Estate
Rosendale Way
Blantyre G72 0NJ
DUMFRIES
93 Irish Street
Dumfries
DG1 2 PQ
DUNOON
7 Hill Street
Dunoon
Argyll
PA23 7AL
EDINBURGH
GLASGOWUnit 4
Unit 12
Dumbryden Ind. Estate
2 Dumbryden Road
Edinburgh
EH14 2AB
Wellington Road
Bishopriggs
Glasgow G64 2SA
INVERNESS
Unit 3BI
Smithton Ind. Estate
Smithton
Inverness IV2 7WL
ISLE OF ARRAN
R Haggerty
Bruach
Blackwaterfoot
Isle of Arran
ISLE OF BARRA
J Zerfah
244 Bruernish
Isle of Barra
Western Islands HS9 5QY
ISLES OF BUTE
Walker Engineering
Glenmhor
Upper Serpentine Road
Rothesay
Isle of Bute PA20 9EH
ISLE OF LEWIS
KELSO
ND Macleod
16 James Street
Stornoway
Isle of Lewis PA87 2QW
2, 6 & 8 Woodmarket
Kelso
Borders
TD5 7AX
ORKNEY
7 King Street
Kirkwall
Orkney
KW15 1JF
PERTH
Scottish Hydro Electric
Central Warehouse
Inveralmond
Perth PH1 3AF
(OWN SALES)
SHETLAND
(OWN SALES)
SHETLAND
(OWN SALES)
WHALSAY
(OWN SALES)
3-4 Carlton Place
Lerwick
Shetland
ZE1 0PW
Bolts Shetland
26 North Road
Lerwick
Shetland ZE1 0PE
NORTH EAST
GATESHEAD
Unit 356a
Dukesway Court
Dukesway
Gateshead NE11 0BH
GRIMSBY
15 Hainton Avenue
Grimsby
N. E. Lincs
DN32 9AS
HULL
Unit 1
Boulevard Industrial Estate
Hull
HU3 4AY
LEEDS
64-66 Cross Gates Road
Cross Gates
Leeds
LS15 7YS
NEWTON AYCLIFFE Unit 23
Northfield Way
Aycliffe Industrial Park
Newton Aycliffe
DL5 6EJ
SHEFFIELD
Leask Electrical
Harisdale
Symbister, Whalsay
Shetland ZE2 9AA
NORTH WEST
BIRKENHEAD
1 Kelvin Park
Dock Road
Birkenhead
CH41 1LT
CARLISLE
Unit 7
James Street Workshops
James Street
Carlisle
Cumbria
CA2 5AH
ISLE OF MAN
South Quay Ind. Estate
Douglas
Isle of Man
IM1 5AT
BOLTON
Unit B
Central Industrial Estate
St Marks Street
Bolton
BL3 6NR
PRESTON
Unit 250
Dawson Place
Bamber Bridge
Preston
Lancashire PR5 8AL
STOCKPORT
Unit 20 Haigh Park
Haigh Avenue
Stockport
SK4 1QR
NORTHERN IRELAND
BELFAST
Owenmore House
Kilwee Business Park
Dunmurry
Belfast
BT17 0HD
WALES
CARDIFF
CLYWD
DYFED
OSWESTRY
Unit 4
Guardian Industrial Estate
Clydesmuir Road
Cardiff
CF2 2QS
Unit 6-7 Coed Parc
Abergele Road
Rhuddlan
Clwyd
LL18 5UG
Unit 9
St. Clears Business Park
Tenby Road
St. Clears
Carmarthen
SA33 4JW
Pennine House
Roman Ridge Road
Sheffield
S9 1GB
Plas Ffynnon Warehouse
Middleton Road
Oswestry
SY11 2PP
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To contact your local Service Force Centre telephone 08705 929 929
MIDLANDS
BIRMINGHAM
66 Birch Road East
Wyrley Trading Estate
Witton
Birmingham
B6 7DB
BOURNE
Pinfold Road
Bourne
PE10 9HT
BRIDGNORTH
68 St. Mary’s Street
Bridgnorth
Shropshire
WV16 4DR
GLOUCESTER
HEREFORD
HIGHAM FERRERS
101 Rycroft Street
Gloucester
GL1 4NB
Units 3 & 4
Bank Buildings
Cattle market
Hereford
HE4 9HX
30 High Street
Higham Ferrers
Northants
NN10 8PL
ILKESTON
Unit 2
Furnace Road
Ilkeston DE7 5EP
LEICESTER
Unit 7
Oaks Industrial Estate
Coventry Road
Narborough
Leicestershire
LE9 5GF
LINCOLN
Unit 8
Clifton Street
Stone Field Park
Lincoln
LN5 8LQ
NEWCASTLE
UNDER LYME
REDDITCH
TAMWORTH
WORCESTER
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18-21 Croft Road
Brampton Ind. Estate
Newcastle under Lyme
Staffordshire
ST5 0TW
13 Thornhill Road
North Moons Moat
Redditch
Worcestershire
B98 9ND
Unit 3
Sterling Park
Claymore
Tamworth
B77 5DQ
Units 1 & 2
Northbrooks Close
Gregorys Mill Ind. Estate
Worcester
WR3 8BP
SOUTH EAST
LONDON & EAST ANGLIA
BECKENHAM
11a Gardner Ind. Estate
Kent House Lane
Beckenham
Kent BR3 1QZ
CHELMSFORD
Hanbury Road
Widford Ind. Estate
Chelmsford
Essex
CM12 3AE
COLINDALE
Unit 14
Capitol Park
Capitol Way
Colindale
London NW9 0EQ
ELTHAM
194 Court Road
Mottingham
Eltham
London SE9 4EW
ENFIELD
284 Alma Road
Enfield
London
EN3 7BB
GRAVESEND
Unit B4
Imperial Business Estate
West Mill
Gravesend
Kent
DA11 0DL
IPSWICH
Unit 6C
Elton Park Business Centre
Hadleigh Road
Ipswich
IP2 0DD
LETCHWORTH
16-17 Woodside Ind. Park
Works Road
Letchworth
Herts
SG6 1LA
LONDON
2 - 4 Royal Lane
Yiewsley
West Drayton
Middlesex
UB7 8DL
MAIDENHEAD
Reform Road
Maidenhead
Berkshire
SL6 8BY
MOLESEY
10 Island Farm Avenue
West Molesey
Surrey
KT8 2UZ
NEWBURY
9 Pipers Court
Berkshire Drive
Thatcham
Berkshire
RG19 4ER
NORWICH
2b Trafalgar Street
Norwich
NR1 3HN
SUNBURY
Unit 1a
The Summit
Hanworth Road
Sunbury on Thames
TW16 5DB
ASHFORD
Unit 2
Bridge Road Business Centre
Bridge Road
Ashford
Kent TN23 1BB
FLEET
Unit 1
Redfields Ind. Estate
Church Crookham
Fleet
Hampshire GU13 0RD
HAYWARDS
HEATH
21-25 Bridge Road
Haywards Heath
Sussex RH16 1UA
TONBRIDGE
Unit 30
Deacon Trading Estate
Morley Road
Tonbridge
TN9 1RA
SOUTH WEST
BARNSTAPLE
Main Road
Fremington
Barnstaple
North Devon EX31 2NT
BOURNEMOUTH
63-65 Curzon Road
Bournemouth
Dorset
BH1 4PW
BRIDGEWATER
6 Herswell Business Park
Salmon Parade
Bridgwater
Somerset TA6 5PY
BRISTOL
11 Eldon Way
Eldonwall Trading Estate
Bristol
BS4 3QQ
EMSWORTH
266 Main Road
Southbourne
Emsworth
PO10 8JL
ISLE OF WIGHT
Unit 8
Enterprise Court
Ryde Business Park
Ryde
Isle of Wight PO33 1DB
NEWTON ABBOT
Unit 2
Zealley Ind. Estate
Kingsteignton
Newton Abbot
TQ12 3TD
REDRUTH
Unit 7D
Pool Ind. Estate
Druids Road
Redruth
Cornwall TR15 3RH
Installation
The oven must be installed according to the
instructions supplied.
This oven must be installed by qualified
personnel to the relevant British Standards.
DIMENSIONS
OF RECESS
Height
Width
Depth
878 mm.
560-570 mm.
550 mm.
DIMENSIONS
OF THE
MAIN OVEN
CAVITY
Height
Width
Depth
Oven capacity
320 mm.
420 mm.
390 mm.
53.2 litres
DIMENSIONS
OF THE
LOWER OVEN
CAVITY
Height
Width
Depth
Oven capacity
185 mm.
420 mm.
400 mm.
31 litres
Upper oven ratings
Oven element
Top element
Bottom element
Convection element
Grill element
Double Grill element
Convection Fan
Oven Light
Cooling Fan
Total Rating
1.89 kW
0.834 kW
1.055 kW
2.08 kW
1.82 kW
2.655 kW
30 W
15 W
25 W
2.695 kW
Lower oven ratings
Oven element
Top element
Grill element
Double Grill element
Oven Light
Total Rating
Total connected load
1.89 kW
0.834 kW
1.82 kW
2.655 kW
15 W
2.695 kW
5.365 kW
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Electrical Connection
The oven is designed to be connected to 230-240V
(50Hz) electricity supply.
The oven has an easily accessible terminal block
which is marked as follows:
Letter L
Letter N
or E
-
Live terminal
Neutral terminal
-
Earth terminal
THIS OVEN MUST BE EARTHED
The cable used to connect the oven to the electrical
supply must comply to the specifications given below.
For Uk use only
Connection
via
Min. size
Cable/flex
Cable / flex Fuse
type
• Cooker
Control
Circuit
6 mm2
PVC/PVC
twin and
earth
For Europe use only
30 A
Min. size Cable/flex
Cable / flex type
Fuse
4 mm2
H05 RR-F
30 A
It is necessary that you install a double pole switch
between the oven and the electricity supply (mains), with
a minimum gap of 3mm between the switch contacts
and of a type suitable for the required load in compliance
with the current rules.
The switch must not break the yellow and green earth
cable at any point.
Important
After installation and connecting, the cable must be
placed so that it cannot at any point reach a temperature
of more than 60°C above the ambient temperature.
Before the oven is connected, check that the main fuse
and the domestic installation can support the load; and
that the power supply is properly earthed.
The manufacturer disclaims any responsibility should
these safety measures not be carried out.
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Building In
Securing The Oven To The
Cabinet
The oven must be installed according to the
instructions supplied. Any electrical work must
be undertaken by a qualified electrician/
competent person, in accordance with existing
rules and regulations.
1. Fit the oven into the cabinet recess,
2. Open the oven door
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or
modify the oven in any way.
3. Secure the oven to the kitchen cabinet with four wood
screws, which fit the holes provided in the oven frame.
Please ensure that when the oven is installed it is easily
accessible for the engineer in the event of a breakdown.
Building In
560
540
20
5
19
594
556
888
863
19
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The surround or cabinet into which the oven will be built
must comply with these specifications:
- the dimensions must be as shown in the relevant
diagrams;
- the materials must withstand a temperature increase
of at least 60°C above ambient;
- proper arrangements must be made of a continuous
supply of air to the oven to prevent the oven
overheating.
594
Dimensions of the oven
800 min
7 min
878
550
50
7 min
50
600
560 min
Recess required
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Grafiche MDM - Forlì
CUSTOMER CARE
Zanussi
55-77 High Street
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