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Aeg EE3000011M User Manual
EE3000011
EE3000021
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CONTENTS
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SAFETY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
BEFORE FIRST USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
DAILY USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
USING THE ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
HELPFUL HINTS AND TIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
CARE AND CLEANING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
WHAT TO DO IF… . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
We recommend the use of original spare parts.
When contacting Service, ensure that you have the following data available.
The information can be found on the rating plate. Model, PNC, Serial Number.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice.
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1. 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.
• 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 are supervised by an adult or a
person who is responsible for their safety.
• 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 that you activate it.
• Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
1.2 General Safety
• 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.
• Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance.
• Before maintenance cut the power supply.
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the glass door since they can
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scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of
the glass.
• 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.
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.
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 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.
• Make sure not to cause damage to the
mains plug and to the mains cable.
Contact the Service or an electrician to
change a damaged mains cable.
• Do not let mains cables to come in
touch with the appliance door, specially 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.
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2.2 Use
WARNING!
Risk of injury, burns or electric
shock or explosion.
• Use this appliance in a household environment.
• 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.
• 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 apply pressure on the open
door.
• Do not use the appliance as a work
surface or as a storage surface.
• Always keep the appliance door
closed when the appliance is in operation.
• Open the appliance door carefully.
The use of ingredients with alcohol
can cause a mixture of alcohol and air.
• Do not let sparks or open flames to
come in contact with the appliance
when you open the door.
• Do not put flammable products or
items that are wet with flammable
products in, near or on the appliance.
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 aluminium foil directly on
the bottom of the appliance.
– do not put water directly into the hot
appliance.
– do not keep moist dishes and food
in the appliance after you finish the
cooking.
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– 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.
2.3 Care and Cleaning
WARNING!
Risk of injury, fire or damage to
the appliance.
• Before maintenance, deactivate the
appliance and 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 Service.
• 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.
• 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.
2.4 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.
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• Only use lamps with the same specifications.
2.5 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.
3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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1 Control panel
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2 Lamps / symbols of the cooking
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9
5
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4
3
10
2
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12
1
13
zones
3 Knob for the oven functions
4 Power lamp / symbol
5 Knob for the temperature
6 Temperature lamp / symbol / indica-
tor
7 Knobs for the cooking zones
8 Heating element
9 Lamp
10 Fan
11 Rear wall heating element
12 Bottom heat
13 Shelf support, removable
14 Shelf positions
3.1 Accessories
Wire shelf
For cookware, cake tins, roasts.
Combi pan
For cakes and biscuits. To bake and
roast or as a pan to collect fat.
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4. BEFORE FIRST USE
WARNING!
Refer to the Safety chapters.
4.1 Initial Cleaning
• Clean the appliance before first use.
Refer to chapter "Care and
Cleaning".
• Remove all parts from the appliance.
5. DAILY USE
WARNING!
Refer to the Safety chapters.
To use the appliance, press the control
knob. The control knob comes out.
5.1 Activating and
deactivating the appliance
1.
Turn the control knob for the oven
functions to select an oven function.
2. Turn the control knob for the temperature to select a temperature.
3. To deactivate the appliance turn the
control knobs for the oven functions
and temperature to the off position.
Knob symbol, indicator or lamp
(depends on the model - refer
to the product description):
• The indicator comes on when
the oven heats up.
• The lamp comes on when the
appliance operates.
• The symbol shows whether the
knob controls one of the cooking zones, the oven functions
or the temperature.
5.2 Oven Functions
Oven function
Application
Light
To activate the lamp without a cooking function.
True Fan Cooking
To bake maximum on 3 shelf positions at the
same time and to dry food. Set the temperature 20 - 40 °C lower than for Conventional
Cooking.
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.
Conventional Cooking To bake and roast on 1 shelf position.
Bottom Heat
Defrost
To bake cakes with crispy or crusty bottoms
and to preserve food.
To defrost frozen food.
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Oven function
Grilling
Fast Grilling
Turbo Grilling
Application
To grill flat food and to toast.
To grill flat food in large quantities and to toast.
To roast larger joints of meat or poultry on 1
shelf position. Also to gratinate and to brown.
5.3 Cooking zones
You can operate the hob with the
knobs for the cooking zones. Refer to the hob user manual.
Control knob
5.4 Hob cooking zones
The lamps / symbols of the cooking zones (refer to the chapter
"Product description") show
which zone you set.
Function
Keep warm setting
0
1-9
Off position
Heat settings
(1 = lowest heat setting, 9 = highest heat setting)
Operating the hob:
1. Turn the knob to a necessary heat
setting.
2. To complete the cooking process,
turn the knob to the off position.
Automatic heat-up function
Only applicable for hobs with the
automatic heat-up function.
The automatic heat-up function heats
the cooking zone with full power for
some time.
6. USING THE ACCESSORIES
WARNING!
Refer to the Safety chapters.
To start the automatic heat-up:
1. Turn the knob for the cooking zone
clockwise as far as possible (beyond
the highest heat setting).
2. Immediately set the necessary heat
setting.
3. To deactivate the function, turn the
knob to the off position.
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6.1 Inserting the oven accessories
The deep pan and the wire shelf have
side edges. These edges and the shape
of the guide-bars are a special device to
prevent the cookware from slipping.
Installing the wire shelf and the deep
pan together
Put the wire shelf on the deep pan. Push
the deep pan between the guide-bars of
one of the oven levels.
7. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
7.1 Cooling fan
When the appliance operates, the cooling fan activates automatically to keep
8. HELPFUL HINTS AND TIPS
8.1 Examples of cooking
applications for the hob
The data in the table is for guidance only.
the surfaces of the appliance cool. If you
deactivate the appliance, the cooling fan
can continue to operate until the appliance cools down.
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Heat
setting
Use to:
Time
Hints
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To keep cooked food warm.
as required
Put a lid on the cookware.
1-2
To make Hollandaise sauce,
and to melt butter, chocolate
and gelatine.
5 - 25
min
Mix at intervals.
1-2
To solidify fluffy omelettes and
baked eggs.
10 - 40
min
Cook with a lid on.
2-3
To simmer rice and milk-based
dishes, and to heat up readycooked meals.
25 - 50
min
Add a minimum of two
times as much liquid as
rice. Stir milk dishes halfway through.
3-4
To steam vegetables, fish and
meat.
20 - 45
min
Add some tablespoons of
a liquid.
4-5
To steam potatoes.
20 - 60
min
Use a maximum of ¼ l water for 750 g of potatoes.
4-5
To cook larger quantities of
food, stews and soups.
60 - 150
min
Add a maximum of 3 l of a
liquid to the ingredients.
6-7
To lightly fry escalopes, veal
cordon bleu, cutlets, rissoles,
sausages, liver, eggs, pancakes
and doughnuts, and to cook
roux.
as required
Turn halfway through.
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To fry hash browns, loin steaks
and steaks.
5 - 15
min
Turn halfway through.
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To boil large quantities of water, to cook pasta, to sear meat (goulash,
pot roast) and to deep-fry chips.
8.2 Inner side of the door
In some models, on the inner side of
the door you can find:
• The numbers of the shelf positions.
• Information about the heating functions, recommended shelf positions
and temperatures for typical dishes.
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.
8.3 Baking
General instructions
• Your new oven can bake or roast differently to the appliance you had be-
fore. Adapt your usual settings (temperature, cooking times) and shelf positions to the values in the tables.
• 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.
How to use the Baking 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.
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• You can extend baking times by 10 –
15 minutes if you bake cakes on more
than one level.
• Cakes and pastries at different heights
do not always brown equally at first. If
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this occurs, do not change the temperature setting. The differences
equalize during the baking procedure.
8.4 Tips on baking
Possible cause
Remedy
The bottom of the cake
is not browned sufficiently.
Baking results
The shelf position is incorrect.
Put the cake on a lower
shelf.
The cake sinks and becomes soggy, lumpy or
streaky.
The oven temperature is
too high.
The next time you bake,
set a slightly lower oven
temperature.
The cake sinks and becomes soggy, lumpy or
streaky.
The baking time is too
short.
Set a longer baking time.
You cannot decrease
baking times by setting
higher temperatures.
The cake sinks and becomes soggy, lumpy or
streaky.
There is too much liquid
in 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 low.
The next time you bake,
set a higher oven temperature.
The cake is too dry.
The baking time is too
long.
The next time you bake,
set a shorter baking
time.
The cake browns unevenly.
The oven temperature is Set a lower oven tempertoo high and the baking ature and a longer baktime is too short.
ing time.
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 low.
The next time you bake,
set a slightly higher oven
temperature.
8.5 Baking on one level:
Baking in tins
Type of baking
Ring cake /
Brioche
Oven function
True Fan
Cooking
Shelf position Temperature
(°C)
1
150 - 160
Time (min)
50 - 70
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Type of baking
Oven function
Shelf position Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Madeira
cake / Fruit
cakes
True Fan
Cooking
1
140 - 160
70 - 90
Fatless
sponge cake /
Fatless
sponge cake
True Fan
Cooking
2
140 - 150
35 - 50
Fatless
sponge cake /
Fatless
sponge cake
Conventional
Cooking
2
160
35 - 50
Flan base short pastry
True Fan
Cooking
2
170 - 180 1)
10 - 25
Flan base sponge mixture
True Fan
Cooking
2
150 - 170
20 - 25
Apple pie /
Apple pie (2
tins Ø20 cm,
diagonally off
set)
True Fan
Cooking
2
160
60 - 90
Apple pie /
Apple pie (2
tins Ø20 cm,
diagonally off
set)
Conventional
Cooking
1
180
70 - 90
Cheesecake
Conventional
Cooking
1
170 - 190
60 - 90
1) Preheat the oven.
Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
Type of baking
Oven function
Shelf position
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Plaited
bread / Bread
crown
Conventional
Cooking
3
170 - 190
30 - 40
Christmas
stollen
Conventional
Cooking
2
160 - 180 1)
50 - 70
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Type of baking
Oven function
Shelf position
Bread (rye
bread):
1. First part
of baking
procedure.
2. Second
part of
baking
procedure.
Conventional
Cooking
1
Cream puffs /
Eclairs
Conventional
Cooking
3
190 - 210 1)
20 - 35
Swiss roll
Conventional
Cooking
3
180 - 200 1)
10 - 20
Cake with
crumble topping (dry)
True Fan
Cooking
3
150 - 160
20 - 40
Buttered almond cake /
Sugar cakes
Conventional
Cooking
3
190 - 210 1)
20 - 30
True Fan
Cooking
3
150
35 - 55
Conventional
Cooking
3
170
35 - 55
True Fan
Cooking
3
160 - 170
40 - 80
Conventional
Cooking
3
160 - 180 1)
40 - 80
Fruit flans
(made with
yeast dough /
sponge mixture)
Temperature
(°C)
1.
2.
230 1)
160 - 180
Time (min)
1.
2.
20
30 - 60
2)
Fruit flans
(made with
yeast dough /
sponge mixture)
2)
Fruit flans
made with
short pastry
Yeast cakes
with delicate
toppings (e.g.
quark, cream,
custard)
1) Preheat the oven.
2) Use deep pan.
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Biscuits
Type of baking
Oven function
Shelf position
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Short pastry
biscuits
True Fan
Cooking
3
150 - 160
10 - 20
Short bread /
Short bread /
Pastry stripes
True Fan
Cooking
3
140
20 - 35
Short bread /
Short bread /
Pastry stripes
Conventional
Cooking
3
160 1)
20 - 30
Biscuits made
with sponge
mixture
True Fan
Cooking
3
150 - 160
15 - 20
Pastries made
with egg
white / Merungues
True Fan
Cooking
3
80 - 100
120 - 150
Macaroons
True Fan
Cooking
3
100 - 120
30 - 50
Biscuits made
with yeast
dough
True Fan
Cooking
3
150 - 160
20 - 40
Puff pastries
True Fan
Cooking
3
170 - 1801)
20 - 30
Rolls
True Fan
Cooking
3
1601)
10 - 25
Rolls
Conventional
Cooking
3
190 - 2101)
10 - 25
Small cakes /
Small cakes
(20 per tray)
True Fan
Cooking
3
1501)
20 - 35
Small cakes /
Small cakes
(20 per tray)
Conventional
Cooking
3
1701)
20 - 30
Oven function
Shelf position
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Pasta bake
Conventional
Cooking
1
180 - 200
45 - 60
Lasagne
Conventional
Cooking
1
180 - 200
25 - 40
1) Preheat the oven.
Bakes and gratins
Dish
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Oven function
Shelf position
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Vegetables au Turbo Grilling
or True Fan
gratin1)
Cooking
1
160 - 170
15 - 30
Baguettes
topped with
melted
cheese
Turbo Grilling
or True Fan
Cooking
1
160 - 170
15 - 30
Sweet bakes
Conventional
Cooking
1
180 - 200
40 - 60
Fish bakes
Conventional
Cooking
1
180 - 200
30 - 60
Stuffed vegetables
Turbo Grilling
or True Fan
Cooking
1
160 - 170
30 - 60
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
Dish
1) Preheat the oven.
8.6 Multileveled Baking
Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
True Fan Cooking
Type of baking
Shelf position
2 shelf positions
3 shelf positions
Cream puffs /
Eclairs
1/4
-
160 - 180 1)
25 - 45
Dry streusel
cake
1/4
-
150 - 160
30 - 45
1) Preheat the oven.
Biscuits / small cakes / small cakes / pastries / rolls
True Fan Cooking
Type of baking
Shelf position
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
1/3/5
150 - 160
20 - 40
1/4
1/3/5
140
25 - 50
1/4
-
160 - 170
25 - 40
2 shelf positions
3 shelf positions
Short pastry
biscuits
1/4
Short bread /
Short bread /
Pastry Stripes
Biscuits made
with sponge
mixture
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True Fan Cooking
Type of baking
Shelf position
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min)
2 shelf positions
3 shelf positions
Biscuits made
with egg
white / Meringues
1/4
-
80 - 100
130 - 170
Macaroons
1/4
-
100 - 120
40 - 80
Biscuits made
with yeast
dough
1/4
-
160 - 170
30 - 60
Puff pastries
1/4
-
170 - 180 1)
30 - 50
Rolls
1/4
-
180
30 - 55
Small cakes /
Small cakes
(20 per tray)
1/4
-
1501)
25 - 40
Shelf position
Temperature °C
Time (min.)
Pizza (thin crust)
2
200 - 230 1)2)
15 - 20
Pizza (with many
toppings)
2
180 - 200
20 - 30
Tarts
1
180 - 200
40 - 55
Spinach flan
1
160 - 180
45 - 60
Quiche Lorraine
1
170 - 190
45 - 55
Swiss Flan
1
170 - 190
45 - 55
Apple cake, covered
1
150 - 170
50 - 60
Vegetable pie
1
160 - 180
50 - 60
Unleavened bread
2
230 - 2501)
10 - 20
Puff pastry flan
2
160 - 180 1)
45 - 55
Flammekuchen
(Pizza-like dish
from Alsace)
2
230 - 2501)
12 - 20
Piroggen (Russian
version of calzone)
2
180 - 200 1)
15 - 25
1) Preheat the oven.
8.7 Pizza Setting
Type of baking
1) Preheat the oven.
2) Use a deep pan.
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8.8 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 oven.
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• 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.
8.9 Roasting with Turbo Grilling
Beef
Type of meat
Quantity
Oven
function
Shelf position
Temperature °C
Time
(min.)
Pot roast
1 - 1.5 kg
Conventional
Cooking
1
230
120 - 150
Roast beef or
fillet: rare
per cm of
thickness
Turbo
Grilling
1
Roast beef or
fillet: medium
per cm of
thickness
Turbo
Grilling
1
Roast beef or
fillet: well
done
per cm of
thickness
Turbo
Grilling
1
190 - 200
1)
180 - 190
1)
170 - 180
5-6
6-8
1)
8 - 10
1) Preheat the oven.
Pork
Type of meat
Quantity
Oven
function
Shelf position
Temperature °C
Time
(min.)
Shoulder /
Neck / Ham
joint
1 - 1.5 kg
Turbo
Grilling
1
160 - 180
90 - 120
Chop / Spare
rib
1 - 1.5 kg
Turbo
Grilling
1
170 - 180
60 - 90
Meatloaf
750 g - 1
kg
Turbo
Grilling
1
160 - 170
50 - 60
Pork knuckle
(precooked)
750 g - 1
kg
Turbo
Grilling
1
150 - 170
90 - 120
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Veal
Type of
meat
Quantity
Oven func- Shelf position
tion
Temperature °C
Time (min.)
Roast veal
1 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
160 - 180
90 - 120
Knuckle of
veal
1.5 - 2 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
160 - 180
120 - 150
Type of
meat
Quantity
Oven func- Shelf position
tion
Temperature °C
Time (min.)
Leg of
lamb /
Roast lamb
1 - 1.5 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
150 - 170
100 - 120
Saddle of
lamb
1 - 1.5 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
160 - 180
40 - 60
Type of
meat
Quantity
Oven func- Shelf position
tion
Temperature °C
Time (min.)
Saddle /
Leg of hare
up to 1 kg
Conventional
Cooking
1
230 1)
30 - 40
Saddle of
venison
1.5 - 2 kg
Conventional
Cooking
1
210 - 220
35 - 40
Haunch of
venison
1.5 - 2 kg
Conventional
Cooking
1
180 - 200
60 - 90
Oven func- Shelf position
tion
Temperature °C
Time (min.)
Lamb
Game
1) Preheat the oven.
Poultry
Type of
meat
Quantity
Poultry
portions
200 - 250 g
each
Turbo Grilling
1
200 - 220
30 - 50
Half chicken
400 - 500 g
each
Turbo Grilling
1
190 - 210
35 - 50
Chicken,
poulard
1 - 1.5 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
190 - 210
50 - 70
Duck
1.5 - 2 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
180 - 200
80 - 100
Goose
3.5 - 5 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
160 - 180
120 - 180
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Type of
meat
Quantity
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Oven func- Shelf position
tion
Temperature °C
Time (min.)
Turkey
2.5 - 3.5 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
160 - 180
120 - 150
Turkey
4 - 6 kg
Turbo Grilling
1
140 - 160
150 - 240
Temperature °C
Time (min.)
210 - 220
40 - 60
Fish (steamed)
Type of
meat
Quantity
Whole fish
1 - 1.5 kg
Oven func- Shelf position
tion
Conventional
Cooking
1
Grill only flat pieces of meat or fish.
Always preheat the empty oven with the
grill functions for 5 minutes.
8.10 Grilling
Always grill with the maximum temperature setting.
Set the shelf into the shelf position as
recommended in the grilling table.
Always set the pan to collect the fat into
the first shelf position.
CAUTION!
Always grill with the oven door
closed.
Grilling
Food to be
grilled
Shelf position
Temperature
Roast beef
2
Filet of beef
Back of pork
Time (min.)
1st side
2nd side
210 - 230
30 - 40
30 - 40
3
230
20 - 30
20 - 30
2
210 - 230
30 - 40
30 - 40
Back of veal
2
210 - 230
30 - 40
30 - 40
Back of lamb
3
210 - 230
25 - 35
20 - 25
Whole Fish,
500 - 1000 g
3/4
210 - 230
15 - 30
15 - 30
Fast Grilling
Time (min.)
Food to be grilled
Shelf position
Burgers / Burgers
4
8 - 10
6-8
Pork fillet
4
10 - 12
6 - 10
Sausages
4
10 - 12
6-8
Fillet / Veal steaks
4
7 - 10
6-8
Toast / Toast 1)
5
1-3
1-3
Toast with topping
4
6-8
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1st side
2nd side
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1) Preheat the oven.
8.11 Convenience food
True Fan Cooking
Convenience
food
Shelf position
Temperature (°C)
Time (min.)
Pizza, frozen
2
200 - 220
15 - 25
Pizza American,
frozen
2
190 - 210
20 - 25
Pizza, chilled
2
210 - 230
13 - 25
Pizza Snacks, frozen
2
180 - 200
15 - 30
French Fries, thin
3
200 - 220
20 - 30
French Fries, thick
3
200 - 220
25 - 35
Wedges / Croquettes
3
220 - 230
20 - 35
Hash Browns
3
210 - 230
20 - 30
Lasagne / Cannelloni, fresh
2
170 - 190
35 - 45
Lasagne / Cannelloni, frozen
2
160 - 180
40 - 60
Oven baked
cheese
3
170 - 190
20 - 30
Chicken Wings
2
190 - 210
20 - 30
Frozen Ready Meals
Food to be
cooked
Oven functions
Shelf position
Temperature
(°C)
Time (min.)
Frozen pizza
Conventional
Cooking
3
as per manufacturer’s instructions
as per manufacturer’s instructions
French fries1)
(300 - 600 g)
Conventional
Cooking or
Turbo Grilling
3
200 - 220
as per manufacturer’s instructions
Baguettes
Conventional
Cooking
3
as per manufacturer’s instructions
as per manufacturer’s instructions
Fruit flans
Conventional
Cooking
3
as per manufacturer’s instructions
as per manufacturer’s instructions
1) Turn the French fries 2 or 3 times during cooking
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Do not cover it with a bowl or a plate, as
this can extend the defrost time.
Use the first oven shelf position from the
bottom.
8.12 Defrosting
Remove the food packaging, and then
put the food on a plate.
Dish
Defrosting
time (min.)
Further defrosting time (min.)
Comment
Chicken, 1000 g
100 - 140
20 - 30
Put the chicken on an
upturned saucer
placed on a large
plate. Turn halfway
through.
Meat, 1000 g
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
-
80 - 100
10 - 15
Cream can also be
whipped when still
slightly frozen in places.
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60
Cream, 2 x 200 g
Gateau, 1400 g
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8.13 Preserving - Bottom Heat
Things to note:
• Use only preserve jars of the same dimensions available on the market.
• Do not use jars with twist-off and bayonet type lids or metal tins.
• Use the first shelf from the bottom for
this function.
• Put no more than six one-litre preserve jars on the baking tray.
-
• Fill the jars equally and close with a
clamp.
• The jars cannot touch each other.
• Put approximately 1 / 2 litre of water
into the baking tray to give sufficient
moisture in the oven.
• When the liquid in the jars starts to
simmer (after approximately 35 - 60
minutes with one-litre jars), stop the
oven or decrease the temperature to
100 °C (see the table).
Soft fruit
Preserve
Temperature in
°C
Strawberries /
Blueberries /
Raspberries / Ripe
gooseberries
160 - 170
Cooking time unContinue to cook
til simmering
at 100°C (min.)
(min.)
35 - 45
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Stone fruit
Preserve
Temperature in
°C
Pears / Quinces /
Plums
Cooking time unContinue to cook
til simmering
at 100°C (min.)
(min.)
160 - 170
35 - 45
10 - 15
Vegetables
Preserve
Temperature in
°C
Cooking time unContinue to cook
til simmering
at 100°C (min.)
(min.)
Carrots 1)
160 - 170
50 - 60
5 - 10
Cucumbers
160 - 170
50 - 60
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Mixed pickles
160 - 170
50 - 60
5 - 10
Kohlrabi / Peas /
Asparagus
160 - 170
50 - 60
15 - 20
1) Leave standing in the oven after it’s deactivated.
8.14 Drying - True Fan
Cooking
Use baking parchment as a cover for the
oven shelves.
For best results, deactivate the appliance halfway through the operation.
Open the appliance door and let the appliance cool down. After that, complete
the drying process.
Vegetables
Food to be
dried
Shelf position
1 level
2 levels
Temperature
(°C)
Time (h)
Beans
3
1/4
60 - 70
6- 8
Peppers
3
1/4
60 - 70
5-6
Vegetables
for sour
3
1/4
60 - 70
5-6
Mushrooms
3
1/4
50 - 60
6-8
Herbs
3
1/4
40 - 50
2-3
Fruit
Food to be
dried
Shelf position
1 level
2 levels
Temperature
(°C)
Time (h)
Plums
3
1/4
60 - 70
8 - 10
Apricots
3
1/4
60 - 70
8 - 10
Apple slices
3
1/4
60 - 70
6-8
Pears
3
1/4
60 - 70
6-9
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Information on acrylamides
Important! According to the newest
scientific knowledge, if you brown food
(specially the one which contains starch),
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acrylamides can pose a health risk. Thus,
we recommend that you cook at the
lowest temperatures and do not brown
food too much.
9. CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING!
Refer to the Safety chapters.
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. Then you can remove dirt more
easily and it does not burn on.
• 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.
9.1 Shelf supports
Removing the shelf supports
You can remove the shelf supports to
clean the side walls.
1. Pull the front of the shelf support
away from the side wall.
2.
Pull the rear end of the shelf support away from the side wall and remove it.
2
1
Installing the shelf supports
Install the shelf supports in the opposite
sequence.
Valid for telescopic runners:
The retaining pins on the telescopic runners must point to the
front.
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9.2 Lamp
WARNING!
There is a risk of electrical shock.
The lamp and the lamp glass
cover can be hot.
Folding down the heating element
1. Remove the shelf supports.
Before you change the lamp:
• Deactivate the appliance.
• Remove the fuses from the fuse box or
deactivate the circuit breaker.
CAUTION!
Put a cloth on the bottom of the
interior of the appliance. It prevents damage to the lamp glass
cover and the cavity.
Always use the same lamp type.
Replacing the lamp at the cavity
ceiling:
1. Turn the lamp glass cover counterclockwise to remove it.
2. Clean the glass cover.
3. Replace the lamp with a suitable 300
°C heat-resistant lamp.
4. Install the glass cover.
9.3 Oven ceiling
You can fold down the heating element
on the oven ceiling to clean the oven
ceiling easily.
Hold the heating element with two
hands at the front.
3. Pull it forwards against the spring
pressure and out along the supports
on the two sides.
4. The heating element folds down.
You can clean the oven ceiling.
2.
Installing the heating element
Install the heating element in the
opposite sequence.
1.
Install the heating element correctly above the supports on the
inner walls of the appliance.
2. Install the shelf supports.
WARNING!
Deactivate the appliance before
you fold down the heating element. Make sure that the appliance is cold. There is a risk of
burns.
9.4 Cleaning the oven door
Removing the door and the glass panels
You can remove the oven door and the
internal glass panels to clean it. The
number of glass panels is different for
different models.
WARNING!
Be careful when you remove the
door from the appliance. The
door is heavy.
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1.
2.
Open the door fully.
Fully press the clamping levers (A)
on the two door hinges.
3. Close the oven door to the first
opening position (approximately 70°
angle).
4. Hold the door with one hand on
each side and pull it away from the
appliance at an up angle.
A
A
5.
Put the door with the outer side
down on a soft cloth on a stable surface. This is to prevent scratches.
6.
Hold the door trim (B) on the top
edge of the door at the two sides
and push inwards to release the clip
seal.
Pull the door trim to the front to remove it.
2
7.
B
1
8.
9.
Installing the door and the
glass panels
Hold the door glass panels on their
top edge one by one and pull them
up out of the guide.
Clean the glass panel with water
and soap. Dry the glass panel carefully.
the above steps in the opposite sequence. Install the smaller panel first,
then the larger.
When the cleaning is completed, install
the glass panels and the oven door. Do
10. WHAT TO DO IF…
WARNING!
Refer to the Safety chapters.
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
The cooking zones do
not operate.
Refer to the operating instructions for the built-in
cooking surface.
The appliance does not
heat up.
The appliance is deactivated.
Activate the appliance.
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Problem
The appliance does not
heat up.
Possible cause
Remedy
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.
The lamp does not oper- The lamp is defective.
ate.
Replace the lamp.
Steam and condensation You left the dish in the
settle on the food and in appliance for too long.
the cavity of the appliance.
Do not leave the dishes
in the appliance for longer than 15 - 20 minutes
after the cooking process ends.
If you cannot find a solution to the problem yourself, contact your dealer or the
service centre.
The necessary data for the service centre
is on the rating plate. The rating plate is
on the front frame of the appliance cavity.
We recommend that you write the data here:
Model (MOD.)
.........................................
Product number (PNC)
.........................................
Serial number (S.N.)
.........................................
11. 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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