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Aeg 47036IU-MN User Manual
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User Manual
Cooker
47036IU-MN
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION.................................................................................................3
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................ 5
3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION.............................................................................................. 7
4. BEFORE FIRST USE.........................................................................................................8
5. HOB - DAILY USE............................................................................................................ 9
6. HOB - HINTS AND TIPS............................................................................................... 13
7. HOB - CARE AND CLEANING.....................................................................................15
8. OVEN - DAILY USE .......................................................................................................15
9. OVEN - CLOCK FUNCTIONS...................................................................................... 17
10. OVEN - HINTS AND TIPS...........................................................................................19
11. OVEN - CARE AND CLEANING................................................................................ 29
12. TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................................32
13. INSTALLATION........................................................................................................... 34
14. ENERGY EFFICIENCY.................................................................................................35
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
Always use original spare parts.
When contacting our Authorised Service Centre, ensure that you have the following
data available: Model, PNC, Serial Number.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Before the installation and use of the appliance,
carefully read the supplied instructions. The
manufacturer is not responsible if an incorrect
installation and use causes injuries and damages. Always
keep the instructions with the appliance for future
reference.
1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety
WARNING!
Risk of suffocation, injury or permanent
disability.
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This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the hazards involved.
Do not let children play with the appliance.
Keep all packaging away from children.
Keep children and pets away from the appliance when
it operates or when it cools down. Accessible parts are
hot.
If the appliance has a child safety device, we
recommend you activate it.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
1.2 General Safety
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Only a qualified person must install this appliance and
replace the cable.
Do not operate the appliance by means of an external
timer or separate remote-control system.
Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be
dangerous and may result in fire.
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Never try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch off
the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a
fire blanket.
Do not store items on the cooking surfaces.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance.
Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids
should not be placed on the hob surface since they
can get hot.
If the glass ceramic surface / glass surface is cracked,
switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of
electric shock.
After use, switch off the hob element by its control
and do not rely on the pan detector.
Internally the appliance becomes hot when in
operation. Do not touch the heating elements that are
in the appliance. Always use oven gloves to remove or
put in accessories or ovenware.
Before maintenance cut the power supply.
Ensure that the appliance is switched off before
replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric
shock.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the glass door since they can scratch
the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its Authorised Service Centre or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Be careful, when you touch the storage drawer. It can
get hot.
To remove the shelf supports first pull the front of the
shelf support and then the rear end away from the
side walls. Install the shelf supports in the opposite
sequence.
The means for disconnection must be incorporated in
the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.
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2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 Installation
WARNING!
Only a qualified person must
install this appliance.
• Remove all the packaging.
• Do not install or use a damaged
appliance.
• Obey the installation instruction
supplied with the appliance.
• Always be careful when you move the
appliance because it is heavy. Always
wear safety gloves.
• Do not pull the appliance by the
handle.
• The kitchen cabinet and the recess
must have suitable dimensions.
• Keep the minimum distance from the
other appliances and units.
• Make sure that the appliance is
installed below and adjacent safe
structures.
• Parts of the appliance carry current.
Close the appliance with furniture to
prevent touching the dangerous
parts.
• The sides of the appliance must stay
adjacent to appliances or to units with
the same height.
• Do not install the appliance on a
platform.
• Do not install the appliance adjacent
to a door or under a window. This
prevents hot cookware to fall from the
appliance when the door or the
window is opened.
• Make sure to install a stabilizing
means in order to prevent tipping of
the appliance. Refer to Installation
chapter.
2.2 Electrical Connection
WARNING!
Risk of fire and electrical
shock.
• All electrical connections should be
made by a qualified electrician.
• The appliance must be earthed.
• Make sure that the electrical
information on the rating plate agrees
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with the power supply. If not, contact
an electrician.
Always use a correctly installed
shockproof socket.
Do not use multi-plug adapters and
extension cables.
Do not let mains cables touch or
come near the appliance door,
especially when the door is hot.
The shock protection of live and
insulated parts must be fastened in
such a way that it cannot be removed
without tools.
Connect the mains plug to the mains
socket only at the end of the
installation. Make sure that there is
access to the mains plug after the
installation.
If the mains socket is loose, do not
connect the mains plug.
Do not pull the mains cable to
disconnect the appliance. Always pull
the mains plug.
Use only correct isolation devices: line
protecting cut-outs, fuses (screw type
fuses removed from the holder), earth
leakage trips and contactors.
The electrical installation must have
an isolation device which lets you
disconnect the appliance from the
mains at all poles. The isolation
device must have a contact opening
width of minimum 3 mm.
Fully close the appliance door, before
you connect the mains plug to the
mains socket.
2.3 Use
WARNING!
Risk of injury and burns.
Risk of electrical shock.
• Use this appliance in a household
only.
• Do not change the specification of
this appliance.
• Make sure that the ventilation
openings are not blocked.
• Do not let the appliance stay
unattended during operation.
• Deactivate the appliance after each
use.
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• Be careful when you open the
appliance door while the appliance is
in operation. Hot air can release.
• Do not operate the appliance with
wet hands or when it has contact with
water.
• Do not use the appliance as a work
surface or as a storage surface.
• Users with a pacemaker must keep a
distance of minimum 30 cm from the
induction cooking zones when the
appliance is in operation.
WARNING!
Risk of fire and explosion
• Fats and oil when heated can release
flammable vapours. Keep flames or
heated objects away from fats and oils
when you cook with them.
• The vapours that very hot oil releases
can cause spontaneous combustion.
• Used oil, that can contain food
remnants, can cause fire at a lower
temperature than oil used for the first
time.
• Do not put flammable products or
items that are wet with flammable
products in, near or on the appliance.
• Do not let sparks or open flames to
come in contact with the appliance
when you open the door.
• Open the appliance door carefully.
The use of ingredients with alcohol
can cause a mixture of alcohol and air.
WARNING!
Risk of damage to the
appliance.
• To prevent damage or discoloration
to the enamel:
– do not put ovenware or other
objects in the appliance directly
on the bottom.
– do not put water directly into the
hot appliance.
– do not keep moist dishes and
food in the appliance after you
finish the cooking.
– be careful when you remove or
install the accessories.
• Discoloration of the enamel has no
effect on the performance of the
appliance. It is not a defect in the
sense of the warranty law.
• Use a deep pan for moist cakes. Fruit
juices cause stains that can be
permanent.
• Do not keep hot cookware on the
control panel.
• Do not let cookware boil dry.
• Be careful not to let objects or
cookware fall on the appliance. The
surface can be damaged.
• Do not activate the cooking zones
with empty cookware or without
cookware.
• Do not put aluminium foil on the
appliance or directly on the bottom of
the appliance.
• Cookware made of cast iron,
aluminium or with a damaged bottom
can cause scratches. Always lift these
objects up when you have to move
them on the cooking surface.
• This appliance is for cooking
purposes only. It must not be used for
other purposes, for example room
heating.
2.4 Care and Cleaning
WARNING!
Risk of injury, fire, or damage
to the appliance.
• Before maintenance, deactivate the
appliance.
Disconnect the mains plug from the
mains socket.
• Make sure the appliance is cold.
There is the risk that the glass panels
can break.
• Replace immediately the door glass
panels when they are damaged.
Contact the Authorised Service
Centre.
• Be careful when you remove the door
from the appliance. The door is
heavy!
• Clean regularly the appliance to
prevent the deterioration of the
surface material.
• Remaining fat or food in the
appliance can cause fire.
• Clean the appliance with a moist soft
cloth. Only use neutral detergents. Do
not use abrasive products, abrasive
cleaning pads, solvents or metal
objects.
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• If you use an oven spray, obey the
safety instructions on the packaging.
• Do not clean the catalytic enamel (if
applicable) with any kind of
detergent.
2.5 Internal light
• The type of light bulb or halogen
lamp used for this appliance is only
for household appliances. Do not use
it for house lighting.
WARNING!
Risk of electrical shock.
• Before replacing the lamp, disconnect
the appliance from the power supply.
• Only use lamps with the same
specifications.
2.6 Disposal
WARNING!
Risk of injury or suffocation.
• Disconnect the appliance from the
mains supply.
• Cut off the mains cable and discard it.
• Remove the door catch to prevent
children and pets to get closed in the
appliance.
2.7 Service
• To repair the appliance contact an
Authorised Service Centre.
• Use original spare parts only.
3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 General overview
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Knob for the oven functions
Electronic programmer
Knob for the temperature
Temperature lamp / symbol /
indicator
Heating element
Lamp
Shelf support, removable
Fan
Shelf positions
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3.2 Cooking surface layout
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140 mm
180 mm
180 mm
210 mm
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1 Induction cooking zone 1400 W with
the Power function 2500 W
2 Steam outlet - number and position
depend on the model
3 Induction cooking zone 1800 W with
the Power function 2800 W
4 Induction cooking zone 1800 W with
the Power function 2800 W
5 Control panel
6 Induction cooking zone 2300 W with
the Power function 3600 W
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3.3 Accessories
• Wire shelf
For cookware, cake tins, roasts.
• Baking tray
For cakes and biscuits.
• Grill- / Roasting pan
To bake and roast or as pan to collect
fat.
• Telescopic runners
For shelves and trays.
• Storage drawer
The storage drawer is below the oven
cavity.
4. BEFORE FIRST USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
4.1 Initial Cleaning
Remove all accessories and removable
shelf supports from the appliance.
Refer to "Care and
cleaning" chapter.
Clean the appliance before first use.
Put the accessories and the removable
shelf supports back to their initial
position.
4.2 Using the sensor fields
To activate a function touch and hold the
selected symbol on the display for
minimum 1 second.
4.3 Setting the time
You must set the time before you
operate the oven.
The indicator for the Time of day
function flashes when you connect the
appliance to the electrical supply, when
there was a power cut or when the timer
is not set.
Press the
or
button to set the
correct time.
After approximately five seconds, the
flashing stops and the display shows the
time of day you set.
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4.4 Changing the time
1. Set the function
and the
maximum temperature.
2. Let the appliance operate for 1 hour.
You cannot change the time
of day if the Duration
End
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3. Set the function
and the
maximum temperature.
4. Let the appliance operate for 15
minutes.
function operates.
again and again until the
Press
indicator for the Time of Day function
flashes.
To set a new time, refer to "Setting the
time".
and the
5. Set the function
maximum temperature.
6. Let the appliance operate for 15
minutes.
Accessories can become hotter than
usual. The appliance can emit an odour
and smoke. This is normal. Make sure
that the airflow in the room is sufficient.
4.5 Preheating
Preheat the empty appliance to burn off
the remaining grease.
5. HOB - DAILY USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
5.1 Hob control panel
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Use the sensor fields to operate the appliance. The displays, indicators and sounds tell
which functions operate.
Sensor Function
field
Comment
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ON / OFF
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Lock / The Child Safety De- To lock / unlock the control panel.
vice
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STOP+GO
To activate and deactivate the function.
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Heat setting display
To show the heat setting.
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Timer indicators of cooking To show for which zone you set the time.
zones
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5
To activate and deactivate the hob.
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Sensor Function
field
Comment
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Timer display
To show the time in minutes.
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To select the cooking zone.
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To increase or decrease the time.
Power function
To activate and deactivate the function.
Control bar
To set a heat setting.
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5.2 Heat setting displays
Display
Description
The cooking zone is deactivated.
The cooking zone operates.
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STOP+GO function operates.
Automatic Heat Up function operates.
Power function operates.
+ digit
There is a malfunction.
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OptiHeat Control (3 step Residual heat indicator): continue cooking /
keep warm / residual heat.
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Lock / The Child Safety Device function operates.
Incorrect or too small cookware or no cookware on the cooking zone.
Automatic Switch Off function operates.
5.3 OptiHeat Control (3 step
Residual heat indicator)
WARNING!
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There is a risk of
burns from residual heat.
The indicator shows the level
of the residual heat.
The induction cooking zones make the
heat necessary for cooking process
directly in the bottom of the cookware.
The glass ceramic is heated by the heat
of the cookware.
5.4 Activating and
deactivating
Touch
for 1 second to activate or
deactivate the hob.
5.5 Automatic Switch Off
The function deactivates the hob
automatically if:
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• all cooking zones are deactivated,
• you do not set the heat setting after
you activate the hob,
• you spill something or put something
on the control panel for more than 10
seconds (a pan, a cloth, etc.). An
acoustic signal sounds and the hob
deactivates. Remove the object or
clean the control panel.
• the hob gets too hot (e.g. when a
saucepan boils dry). Let the cooking
zone cool down before you use the
hob again.
• you use incorrect cookware. The
symbol
comes on and the cooking
zone deactivates automatically after 2
minutes.
• you do not deactivate a cooking zone
or change the heat setting. After
some time
comes on and the hob
deactivates.
The relation between the heat setting
and the time after which the hob
deactivates:
Heat setting
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The hob deactivates after
6 hours
4-7
5 hours
8-9
4 hours
10 - 14
1.5 hour
5.6 The heat setting
To set or change the heat setting:
Touch the control bar at the correct heat
setting or move your finger along the
control bar until you reach the correct
heat setting.
The function sets the highest heat setting
for some time and then decreases to the
correct heat setting.
To activate the function the
cooking zone must be cold.
To activate the function for a cooking
( comes on).
zone: touch
Immediately touch the correct heat
setting. After 3 seconds
comes on.
To deactivate the function: change the
heat setting.
5.8 Power function
This function makes more power
available to the induction cooking zones.
The function can be activated for the
induction cooking zone only for a limited
period of time. After this time the
induction cooking zone automatically
sets back to the highest heat setting.
To activate the function for a cooking
zone: touch
.
comes on.
To deactivate the function: change the
heat setting.
5.9 Timer
Count Down Timer
You can use this function to set how long
the cooking zone should operate for a
single cooking session.
First set the cooking zone then set the
function. You can set the heat setting
before or after you set the function.
To set the cooking zone: touch
again and again until the indicator of a
necessary cooking zone comes on.
To activate the function: touch
of
the timer to set the time (00 - 99
minutes). When the indicator of the
cooking zone starts to flash slowly the
time counts down.
To see the remaining time: set the
5.7 Automatic Heat Up
If you activate this function you can get a
necessary heat setting in a shorter time.
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cooking zone with . The indicator of
the cooking zone starts to flash quickly.
The display shows the remaining time.
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To change the time: set the cooking
zone with
. Touch
or
The function has no effect
on the operation of the
cooking zones.
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To deactivate the function: set the
and touch . The
cooking zone with
remaining time counts back to 00. The
indicator of the cooking zone goes out.
When the time comes to an
end, the sound operates and
00 flashes. The cooking
zone deactivates.
To stop the sound: touch
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CountUp Timer (The count up timer)
You can use this function to monitor how
long the cooking zone operates.
To set the cooking zone: touch
again and again until the indicator of a
necessary cooking zone comes on.
To activate the function: touch
of
the timer.
comes on. When the
indicator of the cooking zone starts to
flash slowly the time counts up. The
display switches between
counted time (minutes).
and
To see how long the cooking zone
operates: set the cooking zone with .
The indicator of the cooking zone starts
to flash quickly. The display shows how
long the zone operates.
5.10 STOP+GO
This function sets all cooking zones that
operate to the lowest heat setting.
When the function operates, you cannot
change the heat setting.
The function does not stop the timer
functions.
To activate the function: touch
comes on.
To deactivate the function: touch .
The previous heat setting comes on.
5.11 Lock
You can lock the control panel while
cooking zones operate. It prevents an
accidental change of the heat setting.
Set the heat setting first.
To activate the function: touch .
comes on for 4 seconds. The Timer stays
on.
To deactivate the function: touch .
The previous heat setting comes on.
When you deactivate the
hob, you also deactivate this
function.
To deactivate the function: set the
cooking zone with
and touch
or
. The indicator of the cooking zone
goes out.
Minute Minder
You can use this function as a Minute
Minder when the hob is activated and
the cooking zones do not operate (the
heat setting display shows
To activate the function: touch
.
or
of the timer to set the
Touch
time. When the time comes to an end,
the sound operates and 00 flashes.
To stop the sound: touch
.
5.12 The Child Safety Device
This function prevents an accidental
operation of the hob.
To activate the function: activate the
hob with
Touch
).
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. Do not set the heat setting.
for 4 seconds.
Deactivate the hob with
comes on.
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To deactivate the function: activate the
hob with
Touch
. Do not set the heat setting.
for 4 seconds.
Deactivate the hob with
comes on.
.
To override the function for only one
cooking time: activate the hob with
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comes on. Touch
for 4 seconds.
Set the heat setting in 10 seconds. You
can operate the hob. When you
deactivate the hob with
operates again.
the function
5.13 Power management
function
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zones connected to a single phase is
exceeded.
• The function decreases the power to
the other cooking zones connected to
the same phase.
• The heat setting display of the
reduced zones changes between two
levels.
• Cooking zones are grouped
according to the location and number
of the phases in the hob. See the
illustration.
• Each phase has a maximum electricity
load.
• The function divides the power
between cooking zones connected to
the same phase.
• The function activates when the total
electricity loading of the cooking
6. HOB - HINTS AND TIPS
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
6.1 Cookware
Cookware dimensions
Induction cooking zones adapt to the
dimension of the bottom of the
cookware automatically to some limit.
For induction cooking zones
a strong electro-magnetic
field creates the heat in the
cookware very quickly.
The cooking zone efficiency is related to
the diameter of the cookware. The
cookware with a smaller diameter than
the minimum receives only a part of the
power generated by the cooking zone.
Use the induction cooking
zones with correct cookware.
6.2 Minimum cookware
diameter
Cookware material
• correct: cast iron, steel, enamelled
steel, stainless steel, the bottom
made of multi-layer (with correct mark
from a manufacturer).
• not correct: aluminium, copper,
brass, glass, ceramic, porcelain.
Cookware is correct for an induction
hob if:
• some water boils very quickly on a
zone set to the highest heat setting.
• a magnet pulls on to the bottom of
the cookware.
The bottom of the cookware
must be as thick and flat as
possible.
Cooking zone
Cookware diameter (mm)
Left rear
125 - 140
Right rear
145 - 180
Right front
145 - 180
Left front
180 - 210
6.3 The noises during
operation
If you can hear:
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• crack noise: cookware is made of
different materials (sandwich
construction).
• whistle sound: you the cooking zone
with high power level and the
cookware is made of different
materials (sandwich construction).
• humming: you use high power level.
• clicking: electric switching occurs.
• hissing, buzzing: the fan operates.
The noises are normal and do not refer
to hob malfunction.
power is not linear. When you increase
the heat setting, it is not proportional to
the increase of the cooking zone
consumption of power. It means that the
cooking zone with the medium heat
setting uses less than a half of its power.
The data in the table is for
guidance only.
6.4 Examples of cooking
applications
The relation between the heat setting
and the cooking zone consumption of
Heat setting
Use to:
Time
(min)
Hints
Keep cooked food warm.
as necessary
Put a lid on the cookware.
1-3
Hollandaise sauce, melt: butter, chocolate, gelatine.
5 - 25
Mix from time to time.
1-3
Solidify: fluffy omelettes,
baked eggs.
10 - 40
Cook with a lid on.
3-5
Simmer rice and milkbased
dishes, heating up readycooked meals.
25 - 50
Add the minimum twice as
much liquid as rice, mix milk
dishes part procedure
through.
5-7
Steam vegetables, fish, meat.
20 - 45
Add some tablespoons of liquid.
7-9
Steam potatoes.
20 - 60
Use max. ¼ l water for 750 g of
potatoes.
7-9
Cook larger quantities of food, 60 - 150
stews and soups.
Up to 3 l liquid plus ingredients.
9 - 12
Gentle fry: escalope, veal cordon bleu, cutlets, rissoles,
sausages, liver, roux, eggs,
pancakes, doughnuts.
as necessary
Turn halfway through.
12 - 13
Heavy fry, hash browns, loin
steaks, steaks.
5 - 15
Turn halfway through.
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Boil water, cook pasta, sear meat (goulash, pot roast), deep-fry chips.
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Boil large quantities of water. Power function is activated.
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7. HOB - CARE AND CLEANING
7.2 Cleaning the hob
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
7.1 General information
• Clean the hob after each use.
• Always use cookware with clean
bottom.
• Scratches or dark stains on the surface
have no effect on how the hob
operates.
• Use a special cleaner applicable for
the surface of the hob.
• Use a special scraper for the glass.
• Remove immediately: melted plastic,
plastic foil, and food with sugar. If not,
the dirt can cause damage to the hob.
Put the special scraper on the glass
surface at an acute angle and move
the blade on the surface.
• Remove when the hob is sufficiently
cool: limescale rings, water rings, fat
stains, shiny metallic discoloration.
Clean the hob with a moist cloth and
some detergent. After cleaning, rub
the hob dry with a soft cloth.
8. OVEN - DAILY USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
8.1 Activating and
deactivating the oven
It depends on the model if
your appliance has knob
symbols, indicators or
lamps:
• The indicator comes on
when the oven heats up.
• The lamp comes on when
the oven operates.
• The symbol shows
whether the knob
controls one of the
cooking zones, the oven
functions or the
temperature.
1. Turn the knob for the oven functions
to select an oven function.
2. Turn the knob for the temperature to
select a temperature.
3. To deactivate the oven turn the
knobs for the oven functions and
temperature to the off position.
8.2 Oven functions
Symbol
Oven function
Application
Off position
The appliance is off.
True Fan Cooking
To bake on up to 2 shelf positions at the same time
and to dry food. Set the temperature 20 - 40 °C lower than for Conventional Cooking.
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Symbol
Oven function
Application
Conventional Cooking To bake and roast food on 1 shelf position.
Pizza Setting
To bake food on 1 shelf position for a more intensive browning and a crispy bottom. Set the temperature 20 - 40 °C lower than for Conventional Cooking.
Turbo Grilling
To roast larger meat joints or poultry with bones on
1 shelf position. Also to make gratins and to brown.
Fast Grilling
To grill flat food in large quantities and to toast
bread.
Light Cooking
To bake in tins and dry on one shelf level at a low
temperature.
Defrost
To defrost frozen food.
Oven Lamp
To activate the lamp without a cooking function.
8.3 Cooling fan
When the appliance operates, the
cooling fan activates automatically to
keep the surfaces of the appliance cool.
If you deactivate the appliance, the
cooling fan can continue to operate until
the appliance cools down.
Push the deep pan between the guide
bars of the shelf support and the wire
shelf on the guide bars above.
8.4 Inserting the oven
accessories
Deep pan:
Push the deep pan between the guide
bars of the shelf support.
• All accessories have small
indentations at the top of
the right and left side to
increase safety. The
indentations are also antitip devices.
• The high rim around the
shelf is a device which
prevents cookware from
slipping.
Wire shelf and the deep pan together:
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8.5 Telescopic runners inserting the oven accessories
Put the baking tray or deep pan on the
telescopic runners.
Keep the installation
instructions for the
telescopic runners for future
use.
With telescopic runners you can put in
and remove the shelves more easily.
Put the wire shelf on the deep pan. Put
the wire shelf and the deep pan on the
telescopic runners.
Put the wire shelf on the telescopic
runners so that the feet point
downwards.
9. OVEN - CLOCK FUNCTIONS
9.1 Display
A
B
C
A) Function indicators
B) Time display
C) Function indicator
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9.2 Buttons
Button
Function
Description
MINUS
To set the time.
CLOCK
To set a clock function.
PLUS
To set the time.
9.3 Clock functions table
Clock function
Application
Time of day
To set, change or check the time of day.
Minute Minder
To set countdown time. This function has no effect on the operation of the appliance.
Duration
To set the cooking time of the oven.
End
To set the time of day when the oven should deactivate.
You can use the functions
Duration
and End
at
the same time to set the
time for how long the
appliance should operate
and when the appliance
should deactivate. This lets
you activate the appliance
with a delay in time. First set
the Duration
the End
and then
.
9.4 Setting the clock functions
For Duration
and End
, set an
oven function and temperature of
cooking. This is not necessary for the
Minute Minder
.
1. Press
again and again until the
indicator for the necessary clock
function starts to flash.
2. Press
or
to set the time for the
necessary clock function.
The clock function operates. The display
shows the indicator for the clock function
you set.
For the Minute Minder
function the display shows
the time left.
3. When the time ends the indicator of
the clock function flashes and an
acoustic signal sounds. Press a
button to stop the signal.
4. Turn the knob for the oven functions
and the knob for the temperature to
the off position.
With the Duration
and
End
functions, the
appliance deactivates
automatically.
9.5 Cancelling the clock
functions
1. Press the
again and again until
the necessary function indicator
flashes.
2. Press and hold .
The clock function goes out after some
seconds.
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10. OVEN - HINTS AND TIPS
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
The temperature and baking
times in the tables are
guidelines only. They
depend on the recipes and
the quality and quantity of
the ingredients used.
10.1 Baking
• Your oven can bake or roast
differently to the appliance you had
before. Adapt your usual settings
(temperature, cooking times) and
shelf positions to the values in the
tables.
• The manufacturer recommends that
you use the lower temperature the
first time.
• If you cannot find the settings for a
special recipe, look for the one that is
almost the same.
• You can extend baking times by 10 –
15 minutes if you bake cakes on more
than one shelf position.
• Cakes and pastries at different
heights do not always brown equally
at first. If this occurs, do not change
the temperature setting. The
differences equalize during the
baking procedure.
• With longer baking times, you can
deactivate the oven approximately 10
minutes before the end of the baking
time and then use the residual heat.
When you cook frozen food, the trays in
the oven can twist during baking. When
the trays become cold again, the
distortions are gone.
10.2 Tips on baking
Baking results
Possible cause
Remedy
The bottom of the cake is
not browned sufficiently.
The shelf position is incorrect.
Put the cake on a lower
shelf.
The cake sinks and becomes The oven temperature is too The next time you bake, set
soggy, lumpy or streaky.
high.
a slightly lower oven temperature.
The cake sinks and becomes The baking time is too short. Set a longer baking time.
soggy, lumpy or streaky.
You cannot decrease baking times by setting higher
temperatures.
The cake sinks and becomes There is too much liquid in
soggy, lumpy or streaky.
the mixture.
Use less liquid. Be careful
with mixing times, especially
if you use a mixing machine.
The cake is too dry.
The oven temperature is too The next time you bake, set
low.
a higher oven temperature.
The cake is too dry.
The baking time is too long.
The cake browns unevenly.
The oven temperature is too Set a lower oven temperahigh and the baking time is
ture and a longer baking
too short.
time.
The next time you bake, set
a shorter baking time.
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Baking results
Possible cause
Remedy
The cake browns unevenly.
The mixture is unevenly distributed.
Spread the mixture evenly
on the baking tray.
The cake is not ready in the
baking time given.
The oven temperature is too The next time you bake, set
low.
a slightly higher oven temperature.
• Bake only one tin or tray at a time.
10.3 Light Cooking
• Use the function to bake in tins and
dry on one shelf level at a low
temperature.
Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Biscuits
180 - 190
10 - 201)
Pastry: Choux
180 - 190
30 - 40 1)
Pastry: Shortcrust
180 - 190
25 - 35 1)
Meringues
80 - 100
120 - 150
1) Preheat the oven.
10.4 True Fan Cooking
Baking on one oven level
Baking in tins
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Ring cake or brioche
150 - 160
50 - 70
2
Madeira cake / fruit cakes
140 - 160
50 - 90
1-2
Fatless sponge cake
150 - 1601)
25 - 40
3
Flan base - short pastry
170 - 1801)
10 - 25
2
Flan base - sponge mixture
150 - 170
20 - 25
2
Apple pie (2tins Ø20cm, diagonally
off set)
160
60 - 90
2-3
1) Preheat the oven.
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Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Cake with crumble topping (dry)
150 - 160
20 - 40
3
Fruit flans (made with yeast dough /
150
35 - 55
3
160 - 170
40 - 80
3
sponge mixture)1)
Fruit flans made with short pastry
1) Use deep pan.
Biscuits
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Short pastry biscuits
150 - 160
10 - 20
3
Short bread / Pastry Stripes
140
20 - 35
3
Biscuits made with sponge mixture
150 - 160
15 - 20
3
Pastries made with egg white, merin- 80 - 100
gues
120 - 150
3
Macaroons
100 - 120
30 - 50
3
Biscuits made with yeast dough
150 - 160
20 - 40
3
Puff pastries
170 - 1801)
20 - 30
3
Rolls
1601)
10 - 35
3
Small cakes (20per tray)
1501)
20 - 35
3
1) Preheat the oven.
Bakes and gratins table
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Baguettes topped with melted
cheese
160 - 1701)
15 - 30
1
Stuffed vegetables
160 - 170
30- 60
1
1) Preheat the oven.
Shelf position
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Multileveled Baking
Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
2 positions
Cream puffs / Eclairs
160 - 1801)
25 - 45
2/4
Dry streusel cake
150 - 160
30 - 45
2/4
1) Preheat the oven.
Biscuits/small cakes / pastries / rolls
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
2 positions
Short pastry biscuits
150 - 160
20 - 40
2/4
Short bread / Pastry Stripes
140
25 - 45
2/4
Biscuits made with sponge mixture
160 - 170
25 - 40
2/4
Biscuits made with egg white, meringues
80 - 100
130 - 170
2/4
Macaroons
100 - 120
40 - 80
2/4
Biscuits made with yeast dough
160 - 170
30 - 60
2/4
Puff pastries
170 - 1801)
30 - 50
2/4
Rolls
1801)
25- 40
2/4
Small cakes (20per tray)
1501)
20 - 40
2/4
1) Preheat the oven.
10.5 Conventional Baking on one level
Baking in tins
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Ring cake or brioche
160 - 180
50 - 70
2
Madeira cake / Fruit cakes
150 - 170
50 - 90
1-2
Fatless sponge cake
1701)
25 - 40
3
Flan base - short pastry
190 - 2101)
10 - 25
2
Flan base - sponge mixture
170 - 190
20 - 25
2
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Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Apple pie (2tins Ø20cm, diagonally
off set)
180
60 - 90
1-2
Savoury flan (e. g, quiche lorraine)
180 - 220
35 - 60
1
Cheesecake
160 - 180
60 - 90
1-2
1) Preheat the oven.
Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Plaited bread / Bread crown
170 - 190
40 - 50
2
Christmas stollen
160 - 1801)
50 - 70
2
Bread (rye bread):
1. First part of baking process.
2. Second part of baking process.
1.
2301)
1-2
2.
160 - 1801)
1.
2.
Cream puffs / Eclairs
190 - 2101)
20 - 35
3
Swiss roll
180 - 2001)
10 - 20
3
Cake with crumble topping (dry)
160 - 180
20 - 40
3
Buttered almond cake / Sugar cakes
190 - 2101)
20 - 30
3
Fruit flans (made with yeast dough /
170
35 - 55
3
Fruit flans made with short pastry
170 - 190
40 - 60
3
Yeast cakes with delicate toppings
(e.g. quark,cream, custard)
160 - 1801)
40 - 80
3
Pizza (with a lot of topping)
190 - 2101)
30 - 50
1-2
Pizza (thin crust)
220 - 2501)
15 - 25
1-2
Unleavened bread
230 - 250
10 - 15
1
Tarts (CH)
210 - 230
35 - 50
1
20
30 - 60
sponge mixture)2)
1) Preheat the oven.
2) Use deep pan.
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Biscuits
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Short pastry biscuits
170 - 190
10 - 20
3
Short bread / Pastry Stripes
1601)
20 - 35
3
Biscuits made with sponge dough
170 - 190
20 - 30
3
Pastries made with egg white, merin- 80 - 100
gues
120 - 150
3
Macaroons
120 - 130
30 - 60
3
Biscuits made with yeast dough
170 - 190
20 - 40
3
Puff pastries
190 - 2101)
20 - 30
3
Rolls
190 - 2101)
10 - 55
3
Small cakes (20per tray)
1701)
20 - 30
3-4
1) Preheat the oven.
Bakes and gratins table
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Pasta bake
180 - 200
45 - 60
1
Lasagne
180 - 200
35 - 50
1
Vegetables au gratin
180 - 2001)
15 - 30
1
Baguettes topped with melted
cheese
200 - 2201)
15 - 30
1
Sweet bakes
180 - 200
40 - 60
1
Fish bakes
180 - 200
40 - 60
1
Stuffed vegetables
180 - 200
40 - 60
1
1) Preheat the oven.
10.6 Pizza Setting
Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Pizza (thin crust)1)
200 - 2302)
10 - 20
1-2
Pizza (with a lot of topping)1)
180 - 200
20 - 35
1-2
Tarts
170 - 200
35 - 55
1-2
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Food
Temperature (°C) Time (min)
Shelf position
Spinach flan
160 - 180
45 - 60
1-2
Quiche Lorraine (Savoury flan)
170 - 190
45 - 55
1-2
Swiss Flan
170 - 200
35 - 55
1-2
Cheesecake
140 - 160
60 - 90
1-2
Apple cake, covered
150 - 170
50 - 60
1-2
Vegetable pie
160 - 180
50 - 60
1-2
Unleavened bread
230 - 2502)
10 - 20
2-3
Puff pastry flan
160 - 1802)
45 - 55
2-3
Flammekuchen
230 - 2502)
12 - 20
2-3
Piroggen (Russian version of calzone)
180 - 2002)
15 - 25
2-3
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1) Use deep pan.
2) Preheat the oven.
10.7 Roasting
• Use heat-resistant ovenware to roast
(refer to the instructions of the
manufacturer).
• You can roast large roasting joints
directly in the deep pan (if present) or
on the wire shelf above the deep pan.
• Roast lean meats in the roasting tin
with the lid. This keeps the meat more
succulent.
• All types of meat that can be browned
or have crackling can be roasted in
the roasting tin without the lid.
• We recommend that you cook meat
and fish weighing 1 kg and above in
the appliance.
• To prevent the meat juices or fat from
burning onto the pan, put some liquid
into the deep pan.
• If necessary, turn the roast (after 1/2 2/3 of the cooking time).
• Baste large roasts and poultry with
their juices several times during
roasting. This gives better roasting
results.
• You can deactivate the appliance
approximately 10 minutes before the
end of the roasting time, and use the
residual heat.
10.8 Roasting with Conventional Cooking
Beef
Food
Quantity
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Pot roast
1 - 1.5 kg
200 - 230
105 - 150
1
Roast beef or fillet: rare
per cm. of thickness
230 - 2501)
6-8
1
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Food
Quantity
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Roast beef or fillet: medium
per cm. of thickness
220 - 230
8 - 10
1
Roast beef or fillet: well
done
per cm. of thickness
200 - 220
10 - 12
1
Food
Quantity
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Shoulder, neck, ham
joint
1 - 1.5 kg
210 - 220
90 - 120
1
Chop, spare rib
1 - 1.5 kg
180 - 190
60 - 90
1
Meat loaf
750 g - 1 kg
170 - 190
50 - 60
1
Pork knuckle (precooked)
750 g - 1 kg
200 - 220
90 - 120
1
Food
Quantity
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Roast veal1)
1 kg
210 - 220
90 - 120
1
Knuckle of veal
1.5 - 2 kg
200 - 220
150 - 180
1
Food
Quantity
Temperature Time (min)
(°C)
Shelf position
Leg of lamb, roast lamb
1 - 1.5 kg
210 - 220
90 - 120
1
Saddle of lamb
1 - 1.5 kg
210 - 220
40 - 60
1
Food
Quantity
Temperature Time (min)
(°C)
Saddle of hare, leg of
hare
up to 1 kg
220 - 2401)
30 - 40
1
Saddle of venison
1.5 - 2 kg
210 - 220
35 - 40
1
Haunch of venison
1.5 - 2 kg
200 - 210
90 - 120
1
1) Preheat the oven.
Pork
Veal
1) Use a closed roasting dish.
Lamb
Game
1) Preheat the oven.
Shelf position
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Poultry
Food
Quantity
Temperature Time (min)
(°C)
Shelf position
Poultry portions
200 - 250 g each
220 - 250
20 - 40
1
Half chicken
400 - 500 g each
220 - 250
35 - 50
1
Chicken, poulard
1 - 1.5 kg
220 - 250
50 - 70
1
Duck
1.5 - 2 kg
210 - 220
80 - 100
1
Goose
3.5 - 5 kg
200 - 210
150 - 180
1
Turkey
2.5 - 3.5 kg
200 - 210
120 - 180
1
Turkey
4 - 6 kg
180 - 200
180 - 240
1
Food
Quantity
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Whole fish
1 - 1.5 kg
210 - 220
40 - 70
1
Fish
10.9 Roasting with Turbo Grilling
Beef
Food
Quantity
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min) Shelf position
Roast beef or fillet: rare
per cm. of thickness
190 - 2001)
5-6
1
Roast beef or fillet: medium
per cm. of thickness
180 - 190
6-8
1
Roast beef or fillet: well
done
per cm. of thickness
170 - 180
8 - 10
1
Food
Quantity
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min) Shelf position
Shoulder, neck, ham joint
1 - 1.5 kg
160 - 180
90 - 120
1
Chop, spare rib
1 - 1.5 kg
170 - 180
60 - 90
1
Meat loaf
750 g - 1 kg
160 - 170
50 - 60
1
Pork knuckle (pre-cooked)
750 g - 1 kg
150 - 170
90 - 120
1
1) Preheat the oven.
Pork
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Veal
Food
Quantity
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min) Shelf position
Roast veal
1 kg
160 - 180
90 - 120
1
Knuckle of veal
1.5 - 2 kg
160 - 180
120 - 150
1
Food
Quantity
Temperature Time (min)
(°C)
Shelf position
Leg of lamb, roast lamb
1 - 1.5 kg
150 - 170
100 - 120
1
Saddle of lamb
1 - 1.5 kg
160 - 180
40 - 60
1
Food
Quantity
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Shelf position
Poultry portions
200 - 250 g each
200 - 220
30 - 50
1
Half chicken
400 - 500 g each
190 - 210
35 - 50
1
Chicken, poulard
1 - 1.5 kg
190 - 210
50 - 70
1
Duck
1.5 - 2 kg
180 - 200
80 - 100
1
Goose
3.5 - 5 kg
160 - 180
120 - 180
1
Turkey
2.5 - 3.5 kg
160 - 180
120 - 150
1
Turkey
4 - 6 kg
140 - 160
150 - 240
1
Lamb
Poultry
10.10 Grilling in general
WARNING!
Always grill with the oven
door closed.
• Always grill with the maximum
temperature setting.
• Set the shelf into the shelf position as
recommended in the grilling table.
• Always set the deep pan to collect the
fat into the first shelf position.
• Grill only flat pieces of meat or fish.
• Always preheat an empty oven with
the grill functions for 5 minutes.
The grilling area is set in centre of the
shelf.
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10.11 Fast Grilling
Food
Temperature (°C)
Time (min)
1st side
2nd side
2nd side
Shelf position
Burgers
max 1)
9 - 15
8 - 13
4
Pork fillet
max
10 - 12
6 - 10
4
Sausages
max
10 - 12
6-8
4
Fillet steaks, veal steaks
max
7 - 10
6-8
4
Toast
max 1)
1-4
1-4
4-5
Toast with topping
max
6-8
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4
1) Pre-heat the oven
10.12 Defrost
• Remove the food packaging. Put the
food on a plate.
• Do not cover it with a bowl or a plate.
This can extend the defrost time.
• Use the first oven shelf position. The
one on the bottom.
Food
Quantity
Defrosting
time (min)
Further de- Comments
frosting
time (min)
Chicken
1 kg
100 - 140
20 - 30
Put the chicken on an upturned saucer in a big plate.
Turn halfway through.
Meat
1 kg
100 - 140
20 - 30
Turn halfway through.
Meat
500 g
90 - 120
20 - 30
Turn halfway through.
Trout
150 g
25 - 35
10 - 15
-
Strawberries
300 g
30 - 40
10 - 20
-
Butter
250 g
30 - 40
10 - 15
-
Cream
2 x 200 g
80 - 100
10 - 15
Whip the cream when still
slightly frozen in places.
Cake
1.4 kg
60
60
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11. OVEN - CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
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11.1 Notes on cleaning
• Clean the front of the appliance with a
soft cloth with warm water and a
cleaning agent.
• To clean metal surfaces, use a usual
cleaning agent.
• Clean the appliance interior after
each use. Fat accumulation or other
food remains may result in a fire. The
risk is higher for the grill pan.
• Clean stubborn dirt with a special
oven cleaner.
• Clean all accessories after each use
and let them dry. Use a soft cloth with
warm water and a cleaning agent.
• If you have nonstick accessories, do
not clean them using aggressive
agents, sharp-edged objects or a
dishwasher. It can cause damage to
the nonstick coating.
2. Pull the rear end of the shelf support
away from the side wall and remove
it.
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The retaining pins on the
telescopic runners must
point to the front.
Install the shelf supports in the opposite
sequence.
CAUTION!
Make sure that the longer
fixing wire is in the front. The
ends of the two wires must
point to the rear. Incorrect
installation can cause
damage to the enamel.
11.2 Stainless steel or
aluminium appliances
Clean the oven door with a
wet sponge only. Dry it with
a soft cloth.
Do not use steel wool, acids
or abrasive materials as they
can damage the oven
surface. Clean the oven
control panel with the same
precautions.
11.3 Removing the shelf
supports
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11.4 Removing the oven door
To make the cleaning easier, remove the
door.
1
To clean the oven, remove the shelf
supports.
2
1. Pull the front of the shelf support
away from the side wall.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the door fully.
Move the slider until you hear a click.
Close the door until the slider locks.
Remove the door.
To remove the door, pull the door
outwards first from one side, and
then the other.
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When the cleaning procedure is
completed, insert the oven door in the
opposite sequence. Make sure that you
hear a click when you insert the door.
Use force if necessary.
11.5 Removing and cleaning
the door glasses
The door glass in your
product can be different in
type and shape from the
examples you see in the
images. The number of
glasses can also be different.
WARNING!
Danger of electrocution!
Disconnect the fuse before
you replace the lamp.
The lamp and the lamp glass
cover can be hot.
1. Deactivate the appliance.
2. Remove the fuses from the fuse box
or deactivate the circuit breaker.
The back lamp
The lamp glass cover is at
the back of the cavity.
2
1. Turn the lamp glass cover
counterclockwise to remove it.
2. Clean the glass cover.
3. Replace the oven lamp with a
suitable 300 °C heat-resistant oven
lamp.
Use the same oven lamp type.
4. Install the glass cover.
B
11.7 Removing the drawer
1. Hold the door trim B on the top
edge of the door at the two sides
and push inwards to release the clip
seal.
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2. Pull the door trim to the front to
remove it.
3. Hold the door glass panels on their
top edge one by one and pull them
upwards from the guide.
WARNING!
When the oven is in use,
heat can build up in the
drawer. Do not keep
flammable things in there
(e.g. cleaning materials,
plastic bags, oven gloves,
paper, cleaning sprays, etc.).
The drawer below the oven can be
removed for cleaning.
1. Pull the drawer out until it stops.
4. Clean the door glass panels.
To install panels, do the same steps in
reverse.
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11.6 Replacing the lamp
Put a cloth on the bottom of the interior
of the appliance. It prevents damage to
the lamp glass cover and the cavity.
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2. Lift the drawer at a small angle and
remove it from the drawer support
rails.
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Inserting the drawer:
2. Lower the drawer until it is horizontal
and push it in.
1. To insert the drawer set the drawer
on the support rails. Make sure that
the catches engage correctly into the
rails
12. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
12.1 What to do if...
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
You cannot activate the appliance.
The appliance is not connec- Check if the appliance is corted to an electrical supply or rectly connected to the elecit is connected incorrectly.
trical supply.
You cannot activate the appliance.
The fuse is released.
Make sure that the fuse is
the cause of the malfunction.
If the fuse releases again
and again, contact a qualified electrician.
You cannot activate or oper- You touched 2 or more senate the hob.
sor fields at the same time.
Touch only one sensor field.
You cannot activate or oper- STOP+GO function operate the hob.
ates.
Refer to "Hob - Daily use"
chapter.
You cannot activate or oper- There is water or fat stains
ate the hob.
on the control panel.
Clean the control panel.
An acoustic signal sounds
You put something on one
and the hob deactivates.
or more sensor fields.
An acoustic signal sounds
when the hob is deactivated.
Remove the object from the
sensor fields.
The hob deactivates.
Remove the object from the
sensor field.
You put something on the
sensor field
.
Residual heat indicator does
not come on.
The zone is not hot because If the zone operated suffiit operated only for a short
ciently long to be hot, speak
time.
to an Authorised Service
Centre.
Automatic Heat Up function
does not operate.
The zone is hot.
Let the zone become sufficiently cool.
Automatic Heat Up function
does not operate.
The highest heat setting is
set.
The highest heat setting has
the same power as the function.
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Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
The heat setting changes
between two levels.
Power management function Refer to "Hob - Daily use"
operates.
chapter.
The sensor fields become
hot.
The cookware is too large or Put large cookware on the
you put it too near to the
rear zones if possible.
controls.
comes on the hob display.
Automatic Switch Off operates.
Deactivate the hob and activate it again.
comes on the hob display.
The Child Safety Device or
the Lock function operates.
Refer to "Hob - Daily use"
chapter.
comes on the hob display.
There is no cookware on the
zone.
Put cookware on the zone.
comes on the hob display.
The cookware is incorrect.
Use the correct cookware.
Refer to "Hob - Hints and
tips" chapter.
comes on the hob display.
The diameter of the bottom
of the cookware is too small
for the zone.
Use cookware with correct
dimensions.
Refer to "Hob - Hints and
tips" chapter.
The oven does not heat up.
The oven is deactivated.
Activate the oven.
The oven does not heat up.
The clock is not set.
Set the clock.
The oven does not heat up.
The necessary settings are
not set.
Make sure that the settings
are correct.
The lamp does not operate.
The lamp is defective.
Replace the lamp.
The display shows "12.00".
There was a power cut.
Reset the clock.
Steam and condensation
You left the dish in the oven
settle on the food and in the for too long.
cavity of the oven.
12.2 Service data
If you cannot find a solution to the
problem yourself, contact your dealer or
an Authorised Service Centre.
Do not leave the dishes in
the oven for longer than 15 20 minutes after the cooking
process ends.
on the front frame of the appliance
cavity. Do not remove the rating plate
from the appliance cavity.
The necessary data for the service centre
is on the rating plate. The rating plate is
We recommend that you write the data here:
Model (MOD.)
.........................................
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We recommend that you write the data here:
Product number (PNC)
.........................................
Serial number (S.N.)
.........................................
13. INSTALLATION
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
13.3 Levelling of the appliance
13.1 Technical data
Dimensions
Height
847 - 867 mm
Width
596 mm
Depth
600 mm
Voltage
230 V
Frequency
50 Hz
Use small feet on the bottom of
appliance to set the appliance top
surface level with other surfaces.
13.4 Anti-tilt protection
13.2 Location of the appliance
You can install your freestanding
appliance with cabinets on one or two
sides and in the corner.
B
A
A
Minimum distances
Dimension
mm
A
2
B
685
CAUTION!
Install the anti-tilt protection
to prevent the appliance
from falling under incorrect
loads. The anti-tilt
protection only works when
the appliance is put in a
correct area.
Your appliance has the
symbols shown on the
pictures (if applicable) to
remind you about the
installation of the anti-tilt
protection.
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(2). If the space between the bench
cupboards is larger than the width of
the appliance, you must adjust the
side measurement to centre the
appliance.
49 mm
77 mm
CAUTION!
Make sure you install the
anti-tilt protection at the
correct height.
Make sure that the surface behind the
appliance is smooth.
1. Set the correct height and area for
the appliance before you attach the
anti-tilt protection.
2. Install the anti-tilt protection 77 mm
down from the top surface of the
appliance and 49 mm from the left
side of the appliance into the circular
hole on the bracket. See the
illustration. Screw it into the solid
material or use applicable
reinforcement (wall).
3. You can find the hole on the left side
at the back of the appliance. See the
illustration. Lift the front of the
appliance (1) and put it in the middle
of the space between the cupboards
1
2
13.5 Electrical installation
WARNING!
The manufacturer is not
responsible if you do not
follow the safety precautions
from Safety chapters.
This appliance is supplied without a main
plug or a main cable.
Applicable cable types: H07 RN-F, H05
RN-F, H05 RR-F, H05 VV-F, H05 V2V2-F
(T90), H05 BB-F.
14. ENERGY EFFICIENCY
14.1 Product Fiche and information for ovens according to EU
65-66/2014
Supplier's name
AEG
Model identification
47036IU-MN
Energy Efficiency Index
100.0
Energy efficiency class
A
Energy consumption with a standard load, conventional mode
0.95 kWh/cycle
Energy consumption with a standard load, fan-forced 0.85 kWh/cycle
mode
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Number of cavities
1
Heat source
Electricity
Volume
72 l
Type of oven
Oven inside Freestanding Cooker
Mass
52.0 kg
EN 60350-1 - Household electric cooking
appliances - Part 1: Ranges, ovens, steam
ovens and grills - Methods for measuring
performance.
14.2 Oven - Energy saving
The appliance contains features which
help you save energy during everyday
cooking.
• General hints
– Make sure that the oven door is
closed properly when the
appliance operates and keep it
closed as much as possible during
the cooking.
– Use metal dishes to improve the
energy saving.
– When possible, put the food
inside the oven without heating it
up.
– When the cooking duration is
longer than 30 minutes, reduce
the oven temperature to
minimum, 3 - 10 minutes before
the end of the cooking time,
depending on the duration of the
cooking. The residual heat inside
the oven will continue to cook.
– Use the residual heat to warm up
other foods.
• Cooking with fan - when possible,
use the cooking functions with fan to
save energy.
• Keep food warm - if you want to use
the residual heat to keep the meal
warm, choose the lowest possible
temperature setting.
14.3 Product information for hob according to EU 66/2014
Model identification
47036IU-MN
Type of hob
Hob inside Freestanding Cooker
Number of cooking zones
4
Heating technology
Induction
Diameter of circular cooking zones (Ø)
Left front
Left rear
Right front
Right rear
21.0 cm
14.0 cm
18.0 cm
18.0 cm
Energy consumption per cooking zone (EC electric cooking)
Left front
Left rear
Right front
Right rear
173.2 Wh/kg
170.4 Wh/kg
165.7 Wh/kg
168.5 Wh/kg
Energy consumption of the hob (EC electric hob)
169.5 Wh/kg
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EN 60350-2 - Household electric cooking
appliances - Part 2: Hobs - Methods for
measuring performance.
14.4 Hob - Energy saving
You can save energy during everyday
cooking if you follow bellow hints.
• When you heat up water, use only the
amount you need.
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• If it is possible, always put the lids on
the cookware.
• Before you activate the cooking zone
put the cookware on it.
• Put the smaller cookware on the
smaller cooking zones.
• Put the cookware directly in the
centre of the cooking zone.
• Use the residual heat to keep the
food warm or to melt it.
15. ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS
Recycle the materials with the symbol .
Put the packaging in applicable
containers to recycle it. Help protect the
environment and human health and to
recycle waste of electrical and electronic
appliances. Do not dispose appliances
*
marked with the symbol with the
household waste. Return the product to
your local recycling facility or contact
your municipal office.
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