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FREESTANDING RANGE
OR30SDI6 & OR36SDI6 models
USER GUIDE
US CA
CONTENTS
Safety and warnings
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Introduction
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First use
Control panel and clock display
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Setting the clock
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Positioning the shelves
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Conditioning the oven and warming drawer
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Oven use
Cooking guide
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Oven functions
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Cooking charts
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Setting the timer
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Auto Cook
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Locking the oven controls
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User preference settings
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Sabbath mode
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Cooktop use
Using your induction cooktop
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Locking the cooktop controls
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Using your cooktop's special features
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Choosing the right cookware
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Cooking guidelines
Using the warming drawer
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Care and cleaning
Manual cleaning chart
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Removing and replacing the oven door
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Removing and replacing the side racks
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Removing and replacing the warming drawer
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Replacing an oven light bulb
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Using the Self Clean function
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Troubleshooting
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Alert codes
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Warranty and service
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IMPORTANT!
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The models shown in this user guide may not be available in all markets and are subject
to change at any time. For current details about model and specification availability in
your country, please visit our website listed on the back cover
or contact your Fisher & Paykel dealer.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons, or damage when using the
appliance, follow the important safety instructions listed below:
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WARNING!
Electrical Shock Hazard
Turn the oven off at the wall before replacing the oven lamp or other
cleaning and maintenance.
Do not cook on a broken or cracked cooktop. If the cooktop should break
or crack, cleaning solutions and spillovers may penetrate it and create a
risk of electrical shock. Contact a qualified technician immediately.
Failure to follow this advice may result in death or electric shock.
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WARNING!
Tipping Hazard
A child or adult can tip the range and be killed. Check installation of
anti-tip device per installation instructions. Check engagement of antitip device if range is moved per installation instructions. Failure to follow
these instructions can result in death or serious burns to children and
adults
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WARNING!
FIre Hazard
Follow the instructions on starting a Self Clean cycle carefully. Items made
from combustible materials (for example: wood, fabric, plastic) may catch
fire if left in the oven during a Self Clean cycle.
Do not place aluminium foil, dishes, trays, water or ice on the oven floor
during cooking or in the warming drawer, as doing so will irreversibly
damage the enamel; lining the oven the oven or warming drawer with
aluminium foil may even cause fire.
Never use your appliance for warming or heating the room. Persons could
be injured or a fire could start.
Never leave the cooktop unattended when in use –
Boilover causes smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite.
Do not use water on grease fires - smother fire or flame or use dry
chemical or foam type extinguisher.
Failure to follow this advice may result in death or serious injury.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
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Cut Hazard
Take care - panel edges are sharp
The razor-sharp blade of a cooktop scraper is exposed when the safety
cover is retracted. Use with extreme care and always store safely and out
of reach of children.
Failure to use caution could result in injury or cuts
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WARNING!
Health Hazard
This appliance complies with electromagnetic safety standards.
However, persons with cardiac pacemakers or other electrical implants
(such as insulin pumps) must consult with their doctor or implant
manufacturer before using this appliance to make sure that their implants
will not be affected by the electromagnetic field.
Failure to follow this advice may result in death.
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WARNING!
Hot Surface Hazard
Accessible parts may become hot during use.
Do not touch surface units or areas near units, or the interior surfaces of
the oven and warming drawer. These may be hot enough to cause burns
even though they are dark in color. During and after use, do not touch, or
let clothing or other flammable materials contact these parts and surfaces
until they have had sufficient time to cool. Other parts and surfaces of the
appliance may become hot enough to cause burns - among these areas
are the glass surfaces within and around the cooking zones, the interior
of the oven, the interior of the warming drawer, the front edge, surfaces
adjacent to the cooktop, and the oven door.
Use only dry potholders – Moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces may
result in burns from steam. Do not let potholder touch hot heating
elements. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth.
Let hot grease cool before attempting to handle it.
Handles of saucepans may be hot to touch. Check saucepan handles do
not overhang other cooking zones that are on. Keep handles out of reach
of children.
Beware: magnetisable metal objects worn on the body may become hot in
the vicinity of the cooktop. Gold or silver jewellery will not be affected.
Keep children away.
During self-cleaning, the oven reaches higher
temperatures than it does for cooking. Under such conditions, the surfaces
may get hotter than usual. Children should be kept away.
Failure to follow this advice may result in burns and scalds or serious
injury.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS!
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Read all the instructions before using the appliance. Use the appliance only for its
intended purpose as described in these instructions.
Proper installation – Be sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a
qualified technician. A risk of tip-over exists when the appliance is not installed in
accordance with the installation instructions.
Do not operate the appliance if it is damaged or not working properly. If you received
a damaged product, contact your dealer or installer immediately.
Be sure to have the installer show you where and how to turn off the power supply to
the range (i.e. location of the main fuse or circuit breaker panel)
Do not leave children alone – Children should not be left alone or unattended in
the area where the appliance is in use. They should never be allowed to play with
the appliance or to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.Children of less than
8 years old must be kept away from the appliance unless continuously supervised.
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 the use of
the appliance in a safe way and they understand the hazards involved. Cleaning and
user maintenance shall not be done by children without supervision.
Caution – for safety reasons, do not store items of interest to children in cabinets
above a range or at the back of the range – children climbing on the range to reach
items could be seriously injured.
Wear proper apparel – Loose-fitting or hanging garments should never be worn while
using the appliance.
User servicing – Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically
recommended in the manual. All other servicing should be referred to a qualified
technician. Technicians must disconnect the appliance from the power supply before
any servicing.
Never leave any objects or utensils on the appliance.
Do not place or leave any magnetisable objects (eg credit cards, memory cards) or
electronic devices (eg computers, MP3 players) near the appliance, as they may be
affected by its electromagnetic field.
We recommend using plastic or wooden kitchen utensils for cooking with your
induction cooktop.
Storage in or on an appliance - flammable materials should not be stored in the oven,
warming drawer or on or near the cooktop surface.
Do not place or leave aluminum foil on the cooktop.
Never leave any objects or utensils on the cooktop.
Use care when opening the oven door – Let hot air or steam escape before removing
or replacing food.
Keep oven vent ducts unobstructed.
Keep rugs and mats well clear of the base of the range.
Placement of oven shelves – Always position shelves in the desired location while the
oven is cool (before preheating). If a shelf must be removed while the oven is hot, do
not let oven mitts or potholder contact the base of the oven or hot heating elements
in the oven.
Do not clean the oven gasket or use any oven-cleaning products on it. It is essential
for a good seal, which ensures that the oven operates efficiently. Care should be taken
not to rub, damage or move it.
Be careful when reaching for items stored in cabinets above the appliance.
SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS!
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Do not sit or stand on the oven door or place any heavy objects on it – doing so may
result in personal injury.
Do not use oven cleaners, harsh/abrasive cleaning agents, waxes, or polishes in a selfcleaning oven. No commercial oven cleaner, oven liner, or protective coating of any
kind should be used in or around any part of a self-cleaning oven.
Do not use harsh/abrasive cleaners, scourers or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven
door glass since they scratch the surface, which may result in the glass shattering.
Safe food handling: leave food in the oven for as short a time as possible before and
after cooking. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may cause food
poisoning. Take particular care during warmer weather.
Clean only the parts listed in this manual.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean any part of the appliance.
Do not place or drop heavy item on your cooktop.
Do not stand on your range. Do not stand, sit, step or place heavy objects of the oven
door.
Never use your cooktop as a work or storage surface.
Do not use pans with jagged edges or drag pans across the ceramic glass surface as
these can scratch the glass.
Protective liners - Do not use aluminum foil to line any part of the oven, warming
drawer or cooktop. This will cause heat to be trapped underneath it. This trapped heat
can upset the cooking performance and damage the finish of the oven or cooktop
parts.
Do not place any dishes, trays, water or ice directly on the oven floor during cooking,
as doing so will irreversibly damage the porcelain enamel finish.
Use cookware of the appropriate size on the cooking zones - This appliance is
equipped with surface units of different sizes. Select utensils with flat bottoms large
enough to cover the surface unit heating element. The use of undersized utensils will
expose a portion of the heating element to direct contact and may result in ignition of
clothing. Proper relationship of utensil to heating element will also improve efficiency
Glazed cooking utensils – only certain types of glass, glass/ceramic, ceramic,
earthenware, or other glazed utensils are suitable for cooktop service without
breaking due to the sudden change in temperature.
Utensil handles should be turned inward and not extend over adjacentcooking zones
– To reduce the risk of burns, ignition of flammable materials, and spillage due to
unintentional contact with the utensil, the handle of a utensil should be positioned so
that it is turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent cooking zones.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference; and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Do not change or modify the wireless communication device in any way. Changes
or modifications not expressly approved by Fisher & Paykel could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. To reduce the risk from such
chemicals, make sure this appliance is installed, operated, and maintained according
to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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INTRODUCTION
30” MODELS
36” MODELS
OR30SDI6
OR36SDI6
Features may vary
Before you start
1 Make sure that the anti-tip bracket at the rear of the range has been properly installed.
2 Make sure that the installer has completed the ‘Final checklist’ in the Installation
instructions.
3 Read this guide, taking special note of the ‘Safety and warnings’ section.
4 Remove all accessories and packaging from the oven and cooktop. Recycle items that
you can. If any adhesive residue is left on surfaces, remove this using dishwashing liquid
on a soft cloth. Do not use any harsh or abrasive cleaners.
5 Make sure you follow the instructions under ‘First use’ before using your range for
cooking.
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INTRODUCTION
A word on induction cooking
Induction cooking is a safe, advanced, efficient, and economical cooking technology.
It works by electromagnetic vibrations generating heat directly in the pan, rather than
indirectly through heating the glass surface. The glass becomes hot only because
the pan eventually warms it up. This technology has a number of advantages over
traditional radiant energy cooking:
y Heat-up times are much faster.
y Use is safer as no heating takes place unless a suitable pan is placed on the
cooking zone.
y As heat is transferred without loss, you save energy.
Overview
Induction cooktop
Features may vary.
Back trim
Clock display and controls
Oven function and
temperature dials
Control panel
Oven frame
Side racks
Warming drawer control
Full extension sliding shelves
Cooktop control dials
Oven door gasket
Label with model
and serial numbers
Broil rack
Foot (Cover)
Oven door vents
Broil pan
Warming drawer
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FIRST USE
Control panel layout
Dials may vary
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1 Oven display
2 Cancel/back button
3 Select/Remote button/
Scroll control
4 Function dial
5 Temperature dial
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6 Cooktop control dials
7 Warming drawer dial
8 Warming drawer indicator
Clock display and controls
Timer (see ‘Setting the timer’)
Remote Mode
(if available)
Auto cook
(see ‘Auto cook’)
Wireless connection
(if available)
Lock
(see ‘Locking the oven controls’)
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CANCEL
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Cancel/back button
Press to go back
Press and hold to cancel
REMOTE
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Select/Remote button
Press to accept or to enter a menu
Press and hold to enter Remote Mode
Scroll control
Turn clockwise or counterclockwise to
scroll through menu options
FIRST USE
Setting the clock
When your oven is first turned on, or after a power cut, the display will flash. You will
need to set the clock in order to use the oven.
Set
Time of day
am
CANCEL
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
1 Scroll to choose your preferred
clock display.
Select between:
y Analog
y 24-hr digital
y 12-hr digital
y Display off**
2 Press
to confirm.
Set
Time of day
am
pm
CANCEL
REMOTE
pm
CANCEL
REMOTE
2AIf you have set analog or 12-hr digital
display:
y Scroll to select am or pm
y Press
to confirm.
Set
Time of day
Set
Time of day
Set
Time of day
Set
Time of day
12:00
12:00
12:00
12:00
pm
minutes
CANCEL
REMOTE
pm
minutes
CANCEL
REMOTE
3 Scroll to set the minutes
y Scroll to select am or pm
y Press to confirm.
CANCEL
pm
hours
CANCEL
pm
hours
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
4 Scroll to set the hours
to confirm.
y Press
REMOTE
to confirm the time is
5 Press
correctly set.
y The clock is now set and you
can begin using your oven.
** With this option saved, you can still
use the oven and timer, however the
display will remain unlit.
You cannot use any automatic cooking
functions when this option is selected.
To quit this option and enable the
display, press and hold CANCEL
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FIRST USE
Positioning the shelves
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Shelf positions are numbered from the bottom.
Position the shelves you will need before turning the oven on.
For advice on which shelf position to use, see sections ‘Oven functions’, ‘Oven cooking
guidelines’, and ‘Cooking charts’.
IMPORTANT!
Always position the oven shelves before turning the oven on. Remove any unused
shelves and baking utensils from the oven.
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Wire shelf
Safety stop
Front stop
Slide
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Full extension sliding shelves
The wire shelves and slides are built together as one unit.
When positioned correctly, the slides will prevent the wire shelves from tilting when
pulled forward.
Beware: these shelves are heavy.
FIRST USE
To insert the shelves
Guard rail
1 Make sure the guard rail is at the
back, facing up and the slides are not
extended.
2 Hold the shelf firmly with both hands,
making sure you grip the wire shelf too
to stop it sliding forward.
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3 Hook the rear tags over the wires of the
desired shelf position on both side racks.
4 Push the shelf all the way into the oven,
ensuring the front and rear tags either
side are securely locked behind the side
rack wires.
To remove the shelves
1 Wait for the oven to cool down completely.
2 Hold the shelf firmly with both hands, making sure you grip the wire shelf too to stop it
sliding forward.
3 Pull the shelf forward about ¾ of the way.
4 Lift the rear of the shelf slightly so that the tags clear the side rack wires, then remove.
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FIRST USE
Conditioning the oven
It is important to condition your oven before using it for cooking and baking.
Conditioning will burn off any manufacturing residues and ensure that you get the best
results right from the start.
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Before you start:
Make sure you have removed all packaging and any cable ties used to secure the
shelving during transit.
Make sure all shelves are fitted in the oven.
Make sure all oven control dials are turned to O (OFF)
--->
400F
1 Select the Bake function.
y The halo will glow white
2 Set the temperature to 400F for 30
minutes.
y The halo will glow red while the oven is
heating up.
y The actual temp will show on the
screen.
y When the oven has heated a tone will
sound and the halo will turn white.
True
Aero
3 After 30 minutes, select the
Aero Broil function
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4 After 10 minutes, select the
True Aero function.
y Heat at 400F for 20 minutes
FIRST USE
FUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
5 After 20 minutes turn both the function and temperature dials to 0 (OFF).
The halos will go out.
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There will be a distinctive smell and a small amount of smoke during the conditioning
process as manufacturing residue is burnt off. This is normal, but make sure the kitchen
is well ventilated during the conditioning.
Once cooled, wipe out the oven and warmer drawer with a damp cloth and mild
detergent, and dry thoroughly.
Conditioning the warming drawer
IMPORTANT!
Make sure the drawer is empty and all packaging has been removed.
1 Push in the warmer dial and turn
clockwise to Hi.
y The indicator will glow red.
y Heat on Hi for 2 hours
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2 After 2 hours turn warmer dial to
0 (OFF).
y The indicator will go out.
There will be a distinctive smell and a small amount of smoke during the conditioning
process as manufacturing residue is burnt off. This is normal, but make sure the kitchen
is well ventilated during the conditioning.
Once cooled, wipe out the drawer with a damp cloth and mild detergent, and dry
thoroughly.
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COOKING GUIDE
Oven cooking guidelines
IMPORTANT!
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Use all the oven modes with the oven door closed.
Never use aluminum foil to cover the oven shelves or to line the floor of the oven. The
trapped heat can irreversibly damage the enamel and may even cause fire.
Do not place water, ice, or any dish or tray directly on the oven floor, as this will
irreversibly damage the enamel.
Do not cover the broil pan with aluminum foil. This will catch the grease and could
cause fire.
Do not use plastic wrap or wax paper in the oven.
For food safety reasons, do not leave food in the oven for longer than two hours
before and after cooking or defrosting. This is to avoid contamination by organisms
which may cause food poisoning. Take particular care during warmer weather.
Fan
Upper Element
Shelf positions
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1
Lower
Element
(concealed)
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BAKING
For best results when baking, always pre heat your oven. The temperature halo will
change from red to white when the set temperature is reached.
While the oven is heating the broil element will be on.
We advise you do not open the door until at least ¾ of the way through cooking.
Make sure cake pans do not touch each other or the sides of the oven.
When baking double the recipe (especially cookies) cook time may need to increase.
Your cookware will influence baking times. Dark pans absorb the heat more quickly than
reflective pans; glass cookware may require a lower temperature
Multi-shelf baking may also require a slight increase in cooking time.
Shelf Position Guide
Single shelf: Place your baking on a shelf that will have the top of your pan near the
center of the oven cavity.
Multi shelf: Always leave a space between shelves to allow the air to circulate.
COOKING GUIDE
Oven cooking guidelines
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ROASTING
The Roast function is designed to brown the outside of the meat but still keep the inside
moist and juicy.
Boneless, rolled or stuffed roasts take longer than roasts containing bones.
Poultry should be well cooked with the juices running clear and an internal temperature
of 165°F / 74°C.
If using a roasting bag, do not use the Roast function. The initial searing stage is too
hot for roasting bags. Use Aero Bake or True Aero and follow the manufacturer’s
instructions.
When using the Roast function, do not cover your roast, as this will stop the searing
process browning the outside of the meat. If you prefer to roast in a covered pan, use
the Aero Bake function instead and increase the temperature by 70°F / 20°C.
Cook larger cuts of meat at a lower temperature for a longer time. The meat will cook
more evenly.
Always roast meat fat side up. That way, basting may not be required.
Always rest the meat for at least 10 minutes after roasting to allow the juices to settle.
Remember the meat will continue to cook for a few minutes after removing it from the
oven.
Shelf Position Guide
Place the meat on a shelf so that is is in the center of the oven or lower.
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BROILING
This is a healthier alternative to frying.
Always broil with the oven door completely shut.
If you use glass or ceramic pans, be sure they can withstand the high temperatures of
the broil.
To avoid piercing the meat and letting juices escape, use tongs or a spatula to turn the
meat halfway through cooking.
Brush meat with a little oil to help keep the meat moist during cooking. Alternatively
marinade the meat before broiling (but be aware that some marinades may burn easily).
Where possible broil cuts of meat of a similar thickness at the same time. This will
ensure even cooking.
Always keep a close watch on your food while broiling to avoid charring or burning.
Shelf Position Guide
For thinner cuts of meat, toasting or browning foods, use a higher shelf position.
Thicker cuts of meats should be broiled on lower shelves or at a lower broil setting to
ensure even cooking.
REHEATING
Use Bake or Aero Bake to reheat food.
Bake and Aero Bake are particularly good for reheating pastry based items, as the base
heat will help re-crisp the pastry case.
Always reheat food to piping hot. This reduces the risk of contamination by harmful
bacteria.
Once hot, set the oven temperature to WARM in or use the warming drawer to keep
food hot.
Never reheat food more than once.
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OVEN FUNCTIONS
IMPORTANT!
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BAKE
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upper outer and lower elements
Heat comes from both the upper and lower elements. The fan is not used in this
function.
Ideal for cakes and foods that require baking for a long time or at low temperatures.
This function is not suitable for multi-shelf cooking.
Ideal for moist foods that take a longer time to cook eg rich fruit cake, or bread.
TRUE AERO
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fan and rear element
By using the central rear heating element and fan, hot air is blown into the cavity,
providing a consistent temperature at all levels, making it perfect for multi-shelf cooking.
Trays of cookies cooked on different shelves are crisp on the outside and chewy in the
middle.
Meat and poultry are deliciously browned and sizzling while remaining juicy and tender.
Casseroles are cooked to perfection and reheating is quick and efficient.
When multi-shelf cooking it is important to leave a gap between trays
(eg use shelves 3 & 5) to allow the air to move freely. This enables the browning of
foods on the lower tray.
If converting a recipe from Bake to True Aero, we recommend that you decrease
thebake time or decrease the temperature by approximately 70°F / 20°C.
For items with longer bake times (eg over an hour) it may be necessary to decrease
both time and temperature.
Ideal for multi-shelf cooking biscuits, cookies, scones, muffins and cupcakes..
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OVEN FUNCTIONS
MAXI BROIL
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upper inner and outer elements
Intense radiant heat is delivered from both top elements. You can use Maxi broil on Low
OR High (100% power)
For best results allow 5 minutes of preheat before placing food in the oven
The temperature halo will remain red while using the broil function.
The most suitable function for ‘finishing off’ many meals, for example browning the top
of potato gratin and frittata.
Ideal for toasting bread or for top browning to ‘finish off dishes’.
AERO BROIL
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fan plus upper inner and outer elements
This function uses the intense heat from the elements for top browning and the fan to
ensure even cooking of foods.
Meat, poultry and vegetables cook beautifully; food is crisp and brown on the outside
while the inside remains moist and tender.
Ideal for whole chicken, tenderloin of beef or broiling your favourite chicken, fish or steak.
AERO BAKE
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fan plus upper outer and lower elements
The oven fan circulates hot air from the top outer and the lower elements and
distributes it around the oven cavity.
Food cooked tends to brown more quickly than foods cooked on the traditional Bake
function.
You may need to decrease the time from that recommended in traditional recipes.
Ideal for single shelf baking that takes less than an hour to cook – foods such as muffins,
biscuits and cupcakes or things like enchiladas
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OVEN FUNCTIONS
AERO PASTRY + PIZZA
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fan plus lower element
The fan circulates heat from the lower element throughout the oven.
Excellent for cooking pizza and flatbreads as it crisps the base beautifully without
overcooking the top.
Set the temperature to
for optimum pizza cooking temperature.
Ideal for foods such as sweet and savoury pastry foods and delicate foods that require
some top browning eg frittata, quiche.
ROAST
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fan plus upper and lower elements
A two-step program. An initial 20 minute searing stage crisps and browns the roast and
caramelises the outside of the meat, then the temperature drops to the level you have
preset for the remainder of the cooking period, producing a tender and juicy roast that
is full of flavor.
Oven does not require preheating.
If desired, use the broil rack or grid, or place vegetables under the roast to allow the
juices to drain away from your meat. This will allow the hot air to circulate under the
meat as well.
Ideal for Roasting meat, chicken and vegetables.
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OVEN FUNCTIONS
RAPID PROOF
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this is not a cooking function
Gentle heat is generated from the upper and lower elements
Provides the optimum warm and draft-free environment for proving
yeast dough.
This method provides a faster proof time than at room temperature.
To prevent overproofing we recommend you check the dough every
30mins
Proving dough
1 Place dough in a lightly oiled bowl and cover with plastic wrap
and/or a clean damp cloth
2 Position the bowl in the center of the oven
3 Select Rapid Proof function
SELF CLEAN
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this is not a cooking function
Self Clean takes care of the mess and grime that is traditionally
associated with oven cleaning.
There are two Self-Clean cycles available:
y Standard clean (which takes a minimum of 4 hours) for normal to
heavy cleaning
y Light clean (which takes a minimum of 3 hours) for lightly soiled
ovens
Always clean the inner door glass pane first.
See ‘Using the Self Clean function’ for details.
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COOKING CHARTS
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Shelf positions are counted from the base up
(1 is the lowest, 7 is the highest). Position shelves before you turn the oven on.
For best results preheat the oven.
Multi shelf cooking may need the shelves rotating midway through cooking
Oven accessories may temporarily deform slightly when they become hot. This is normal
and does not affect their function.
BAKING
FOOD
Biscuits
SHELVES
Plain
Single
Multi
Chewy Choc Chip
Single
Multi
Sugar Cookies
Single
Multi
Cakes
Pound Cake
Single
Chocolate Brownie
Single
(8"x8"/20x20cm pan)
Angel Food Cake
Single
(10"x4"/25x10cm tube pan)
Rich Fruit Cake
Single
Sponge (single large)
Single
Sponge (2x20cm)
Single
Cupcakes
Single
Muffins
Single
Scones
English Scones
Single
Meringues
Meringues
Single
Bread/Bread rolls
Sandwich Loaf
(9"x5"/23x13cm Loaf Pan)
Single
Wholewheat Loaf
(9"x5"/23x13cm Loaf Pan)
Single
Soft Dinner Rolls
Single
Dough proof
Single
Pastry Shell (baked blind)
Single
Phyllo
Single
Muffins / Cupcakes
Multi
Multi
Pastry
Flaky / Puff
Single
Choux
Single
Multi
Croissants
Single
Multi
Pies
Fruit Pie (2 crust)
Single
Baked Cheesecake (in water bath)
Single
Pumpkin Pie (blind bake, add filling)
Single
English Custard Tart
Single
(blind bake, then add filling)
Dessert
20
Crème Brulee (in water bath)
Single
Crème Caramel (in water bath)
Single
COOKING CHARTS
The information in these charts are guidelines only. Refer to your recipe or the
packaging and be prepared to adjust the cooking times and settings accordingly.
RECOMMENDED
MODE
SHELF
POSITIONS
TEMP (°F)
TEMP (°C)
TIME (MINS)
Aero Bake
3
400 - 425
210 - 220
8 - 10
True Areo
2&5
425 - 450
215 - 230
10 - 12
Aero Bake
3
355 - 375
180 - 190
10 - 15
True Areo
2&5
325 - 340
160 - 170
10 - 15
Aero Bake
3
350 - 375
175 - 190
7 - 15
True Aero
2&5
325 - 350
160 - 175
7 - 15
Bake
3
325
160
70 - 80
Bake
3
350
175
20 - 25
Bake
3
325 - 350
160 - 175
50 - 60
Bake
3
275 - 300
135 - 150
3 - 6 hrs
Bake
3
350
175
30 - 40
Bake
3
350
175
15 - 25
Aero Bake
3
365
185
13 - 18
True Aero
2&5
345
170
13 - 18
Aero Bake
3
345
170
23 - 30
23 - 30
True Aero
2&5
345
170
Bake
3
425 - 450
215 - 230
10 - 12
Bake
3
250 - 270
120 - 130
60 - 70
Bake
3
350
175
40 - 50
Bake
3
375
190
35 - 45
Bake
3
375
190
15 - 18
Rapid Proof
3
-
-
30
Aero Pastry
2
350
175
15
Aero Bake
3
390
200
15 - 25
Aero Bake
3
390
200
20 - 30
Aero Bake
3
390 - 400
200 - 210
30 - 35
True Aero
2&5
390 - 400
200 - 210
30 - 35
Aero Bake
3
375 - 390
190 - 200
15 - 25
True Aero
2&5
375 - 390
190 - 200
15 - 25
Aero Bake
3
400 - 350
200 - 175
20 - 25
Aero Pastry
3
325
160
50 - 60
Aero Pastry
3
350 - 375
175 - 190
15 - 30
Aero Pastry
3
300 - 350
175 - 150
15 - 30
Aero Pastry
3
275
135
35 - 45
Aero Pastry
3
350
175
35 - 45
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COOKING CHARTS
SAVOURY
FOOD
SHELVES
Cornbread
Single
Vegetables
Single
Lasagne
Single
Casserole
Single
Pizza
Single
Quiche
Single
(blind bake, then add filling)
Potatoes (whole, baked)
Single
Frittata (shallow)
Single
Oven Meals
Single
ROASTING
FOOD
Beef (Boneless)
Rare
SHELVES *
RECOMMENDED
MODE
Single
Roast
Medium
Roast
Well Done
Prime Rib Roast
Roast
Rare
Single
Medium
Well Done
Roast
Lamb Rack
Medium Rare
Single
Lamb leg (Bone in)
Medium
Single
Well Done
Lamb leg (Boneless)
Medium
Single
Turkey (Whole)
Medium
Single
Whole Unstuffed
Single
Roast
Aero Broil
Whole Stuffed
Bake
Whole Butterflied
Aero Broil
Stuffed
Single
Bake
Bake
Medium
Single
Well Done
Roast
Roast
Pork Crackling
Crisp (watch closely)
Single
Aero Broil
Venison
Brown in a pan
first.
Single
Aero Broil
Rare
Medium
Rare
22
Roast
Roast
Unstuffed
Pork (Boneless)
Roast
Roast
Well Done
Chicken
Roast
Roast
Well Done
Veal
Roast
Roast
Aero Broil
COOKING CHARTS
RECOMMENDED
MODE
SHELF
POSITIONS
TEMP (°F)
TEMP (°C)
TIME
(MINS)
20 - 25
Aero Bake
3
400 - 425
210 - 215
Aero Bake
3
350 - 375
175 - 190
30 - 50
Aero Bake
3
350 - 375
175 - 190
35 - 40
Bake
2 or 3
250 - 350
120 - 175
2 - 4 hours
Pizza
2
550 (pizza)
220
10 - 15
Aero pastry
3
350
175
15 - 30
Bake
3
390
200
50 - 60
Aero Pastry
3
340 - 360
170 - 180
15 - 20
True Aero
3
340 - 375
170 - 190
30 - 40
SHELF
POSITIONS
TEMP
(°F)
TEMP
(°C)
TIME (MINS)
MEAT PROBE
(°F) **
MEAT PROBE
(°C) **
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
18-32 /450g
130 - 138
54 - 59
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
25-40 /450g
140 - 165
60 - 74
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
30-55 /450g
165 - 174
74 - 79
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
15-30 /450g
130 - 138
54 - 59
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
20-35 /450g
140 - 165
60 - 74
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
25-40 /450g
165 - 174
74 - 79
3
390
200
20
122
50
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
18-28 /450g
149 - 158
65 - 70
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
20-33 /450g
165 - 174
74 - 79
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
20-35 /450g
149 - 158
65 - 70
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
25-45 /450g
170 - 174
77 - 79
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
20-40 /450g
160
71
3
320 - 340
160 - 170
25-45 /450g
170
76
3
350
175
15-20 /450g
165
75
3
350
175
17-22 /450g
165
75
4
350
175
40-50
165
75
2 or 3
320 - 340
160 - 170
17-22 /450g
165
75
2 or 3
300 - 330
150 - 165
15-20 /450g
165
75
3
340 - 350
170 - 175
25-40 /450g
145 - 154
63 - 68
3
340 - 350
170 - 175
30-45 /450g
165 - 174
74 - 79
4
430
220
5 to 10
-
-
3 or 4
435
225
7 /2.5cm meat
thickness
120 - 129
49 - 54
3 or 4
435
225
9 /2.5cm meat
thickness
131 - 140
55 - 60
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COOKING CHARTS
BROILING
FOOD
Beef
SHELVES
Steak
Single
Single
Hamburger
(ground - patties)
Single
Meatballs
(ground)
Single
Lamb Chops
Pork
Rare
Medium
Chops (well done)
Medium
Single
Well done
Single
Single
Ham steak
Single
Bacon
Single
Sausages
Chicken
Fish
Vegetables
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Boneless pieces
Single
Bone In Pieces
Single
Fillets
Single
Whole
Single
Sliced
Single
COOKING CHARTS
RECOMMENDED
MODE
SHELF
POSITIONS
TEMP (°F)
TEMP (°C)
TIME (MINS)
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
8 - 10
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
10 - 15
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
12 - 15
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
12 - 15
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
15 - 20
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
20 - 25
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
15 - 20
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
15 - 20
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
4-7
Maxi Broil
6 or 7
HI
HI
10 - 15
Aero Broil
4 or 5
350
175
30 - 40
Aero Broil
4 or 5
350
175
40 - 50
Aero Broil
5 or 6
390 - 430
200 - 220
8 - 12
Aero Broil
5 or 6
390 - 430
200 - 220
15 - 20
Maxi Broil
5 or 6
HI
HI
8 - 12
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SETTING THE TIMER
y
y
y
You can use the timer at any time, even if you are not using the oven.
If the time is more than an hour, the display will count down in minutes (h :m). If it is less
than an hour, it will count down in seconds (m:s ).
You can set the timer for up to 23 hours 59 minutes.
IMPORTANT!
The timer does NOT turn the oven off.
To set the timer
Timer
CANCEL
REMOTE
CANCEL
h
REMOTE
1 Press to to enter the main menu.
y The timer will be the first option
y
Press to enter the timer
Timer
CANCEL
m
REMOTE
3 Scroll to set hours.
y Press
to confirm
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CANCEL
m
REMOTE
00 25
h
CANCEL
m
REMOTE
2 Scroll to set the minutes
y Press to confirm
Timer
03 25
h
Timer
00 25
Timer
24.59m
03 25
h
CANCEL
m
REMOTE
Timer
NOW SET
CANCEL
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
The timer is now set and will begin
counting down. Press
or scroll to
return to the time of day.
SETTING THE TIMER
To edit the timer
4 59
m
s
to go
CANCEL
1
2
3
4
5
REMOTE
CANCEL
CANCEL
REMOTE
REMOTE
From the home screen, scroll to view the active timer.
Press
to enter the timer.
Scroll to select Edit
Press
to confirm
Follow the steps previous to adjust the timer.
To cancel the timer
4 59
m
s
to go
CANCEL
1
y
2
3
4
CANCEL
REMOTE
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
From the home screen, scroll to view the active timer.
Press and hold CANCEL to cancel the timer, or follow the steps below:
to enter the timer.
Press
Scroll to select Cancel
Press
to confirm and exit the menu
When the set time is up
Timer
Complete
CANCEL
REMOTE
Timer
Complete
CANCEL
1 Timer Complete will appear and the display will flash.
A tone will sound every few seconds.
2 Press
or CANCEL to stop the tone sounding.
REMOTE
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AUTO COOK
Use Auto Cook to
y
y
Turn off the oven automatically after a set period of time.
Set the oven for food to be ready at a specific time.
y
Before you start
Make sure that your oven is displaying the correct time of day and food is in the oven.
IMPORTANT!
Safe food handling: leave food in the oven for as short as time as possible before and
after cooking or defrosting. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may
cause food poisoning. Take particular care during warmer weather.
y
y
You can choose to either start cooking now or set a delayed cook.
Choose Start Now if you have started cooking and want to set the oven to turn off
automatically after a set period of time.
Choose Delayed Cook to set the oven to automatically turn on later and be ready at a
set time.
To set Auto Cook
Auto Cook
CANCEL
1 Press
REMOTE
CANCEL
to enter the main menu.
REMOTE
2 Scroll through the menu options to
Auto Cook.
to enter Auto Cook.
y Press
Cook time
00 00
h
CANCEL
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
3 Scroll to choose between Cook Now
and Delayed Cook.
y Press
to accept.
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CANCEL
m
REMOTE
4 Set the Cook time.
y Scroll to set the minutes.
to accept.
y Press
AUTO COOK
Cook time
02 20
h
CANCEL
End time
06:00
m
pm
REMOTE
5 Scroll to set the hours.
y Press
to accept.
CANCEL
Delayed Cook
To set Delayed Cook you will also
need to set an End Time.
6 Scroll to set the minutes.
y Press
to accept.
7 Scroll to set the hours.
y Press
to accept
Set
Function
and
Temp
CANCEL
REMOTE
--->
400F
REMOTE
If you have not already set a function and temperature:
y Set Function and Temp will appear in the display
y The halos on the oven dials will flash
8 Set a function and temperature using the oven dials.
Start Now
Cook 20 min
End 6:30 pm
CONFIRM
CANCEL
REMOTE
The display will show a summary of
your settings, showing:
- Start time
- Cook time
- End time
9 Press
to confirm or
to go back
and adjust the settings.
Your oven is now set for automatic
cooking.
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AUTO COOK
When Auto Cook is set
y
y
y
y
The oven and the lights will stay off, the halos will be unlit, but your oven is now set for
automatic cooking. It will automatically turn on at the required time.
You can modify the function and temperature while the oven is waiting to start cooking.
If setting Delayed Cook you will need to put the food in the oven before starting.
For safety reasons opening the door while the oven is waiting to start will cancel
Delayed Cook.
While the oven is heating up
IMPORTANT!
y
y
y
y
y
During Auto Cook the broil element will come on while the oven is heating up. Food
placed into a cold oven could be prone to burning as the oven heats up.
Large items and foods with a high fat or sugar content are especially prone to
burning. Take particular care with foods such as macaroni cheese, large poultry, and
enchiladas.
Ideal foods for automatic cooking include stews, casseroles, braised meat and potato
top pie.
Position food on a lower shelf to prevent burning.
Where possible cook food in a pan with a lid, or cover food with foil.
To edit Auto Cook
4 59
m
s
Ends 7:00pm
CANCEL
1
2
3
4
5
30
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
From the home screen, scroll to view Auto Cook
Press
to enter Auto Cook.
Scroll to select Edit.
Press
to confirm.
Follow the steps previous to adjust the Cook or End time.
CANCEL
REMOTE
AUTO COOK
To cancel Auto Cook
4 59
m
s
Ends 7:00pm
CANCEL
CANCEL
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
REMOTE
1 From the home screen, scroll to view the active timer.
y Press and hold CANCEL to cancel Auto Cook, or follow the steps below.
Turning both dials to 0 (OFF) will also cancel Auto Cook.
2 Press
to enter Auto Cook.
3 Scroll to select Cancel.
to confirm.
4 Press
When the set time is up
Auto Cook
Complete
CANCEL
REMOTE
Auto Cook
Complete
CANCEL
REMOTE
1 Auto Cook Complete will appear and the display will flash.
A tone will sound every few seconds.
2 Press
or CANCEL to stop the tone sounding.
3 Turn both the oven dials back to 0 (OFF)
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LOCKING THE OVEN CONTROLS
This function is to prevent accidental use of the oven (eg by children).
When locked, the controls are unresponsive and the oven will not turn on.
IMPORTANT!
y
y
This does not lock the cooktop controls.
For safety reasons it is not possible to lock the oven controls while the oven is in use
or if Auto Cook has been set.
To lock:
Lock
Off
CANCEL
1 Press
menu
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REMOTE
to enter the main
CANCEL
Lock
Off
REMOTE
2 Scroll through the menu
options to get to Lock
CANCEL
3 Press
menu
REMOTE
to enter the Lock
LOCKING THE OVEN CONTROLS
Off On
Oven
Locked
CANCEL
CANCEL
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
REMOTE
4 Scroll through the Lock
options to ON
5 Press to confirm.
y The control panel is now
locked
y
To unlock:
Press and hold
CANCEL to unlock
the oven controls
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USER PREFERENCE SETTINGS
Adjust the user settings to suit your personal setup preferences.
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
You can set your oven to:
display the temperature in degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit
give audio feedback (tones and beeps) or operate quietly
display time as 12-hr or 24-hr
operate with the display off
have its lights on or off during cooking
operate in Sabbath setting (see ‘Sabbath setting’ following).
connect to the wireless network in your house (some models only - see fisherpaykel.com
for details)
Note: You cannot change the user preference settings when you oven is operating or set
for automatic cooking.
How to change preference settings
Settings
CANCEL
REMOTE
1 From the home screen, press
enter the main menu.
Sounds
On
CANCEL
REMOTE
3 Scroll to the setting you want to
change.
y Press
to edit the setting.
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CANCEL
to
REMOTE
2 Scroll through the menu options to
settings.
y Press
to enter the settings menu.
Sounds
Off
CANCEL
REMOTE
Setting
changed
CANCEL
REMOTE
4 Scroll between the options for each
setting. See refer to the table following
for which options are available.
to confirm.
y Press
5 The display will confirm that you have
changed the setting.
USER PREFERENCE SETTINGS
SETTING
CLOCK DISPLAY
DEFAULT OPTION
ANALOG
Select between:
- Analog and digital
display
- 12-hr and 24-hr display
- Display off**
Turn the display off if you
only want to use the basic
functionalities of your oven.
TEMPERATURE SCALE
Select between degrees
Celsius or Fahrenheit.
AUDIO FEEDBACK
Turn the oven beeps and
tones on or off.*
OVEN LIGHTS
Have the light off during
cooking if you want to save
power or want the food you
cook to be a surprise for
others.
SABBATH MODE
Choose the language you
would like the oven to display
in.
WIRELESS CONNECTION
Some models only
Enable wireless connection
(required for remote mode)
USER SETTINGS RESET
Use this to clear all changes
to settings and reset to the
factory settings
24 HR
12 HR
DISPLAY OFF **
24:00
12:00
Clock display
Off
FAHRENHEIT
CELSIUS
Degrees
Fahrenheit
Degrees
Celsius
SOUNDS ON
Sounds
On
LIGHTS ON
DURING COOKING
Lights
On
SABBATH OFF
Sabbath
Off
LANGUAGE
ALTERNATIVE OPTION(S)
SOUNDS OFF
Sounds
Off
LIGHTS OFF
DURING COOKING
Lights
Off
See ‘Sabbath Mode’ for
instructions.
US ENGLISH
UK ENGLISH
SPANISH
FRENCH
US English
UK English
Espanol
Francaise
OFF
ON
RESET
WiFi
Off
WiFi
On
Reset
Please download the Fisher & Paykel
app from our webpage and follow
the instructions to enable this setting.
RESET
Reset
Select this option and accept to reset
all user settings.
* The timer tone and alert beeps will sound even if you save the SOUNDS OFF option.
** With this option saved, you can still use the oven, and timer, however the display will remain unlit.
Any automatic functions will be cancelled when this option is selected.
To quit this option and enable the display, press and hold CANCEL.
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SABBATH MODE
This setting is designed for religious faiths that observe a ‘no work’ requirement on the
Sabbath.
While your oven is in Sabbath Mode
y
y
y
y
y
The display, dial halos and indicators will be unlit, the controls will be unresponsive.
No tones or beeps will sound.
No alert codes or temperature changes will be displayed.
The oven lights will stay on. If you want the oven lights to be off during Sabbath Mode,
first select the ‘Lights off’ option as described in ‘User preference settings’, and then set
Sabbath Mode afterwards.
is the only function available in Sabbath Mode.
Bake
How to set Sabbath Mode
Settings
CANCEL
CANCEL
REMOTE
1 From the home screen, press
enter the main menu.
to
REMOTE
2 Scroll through the menu options to
settings.
y Press
to enter the settings menu.
Sabbath
Mode Off
CANCEL
REMOTE
3 Scroll through the menu options to
Sabbath Mode.
y Press
to enter the Sabbath Mode
setting.
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CANCEL
REMOTE
4 Scroll to set the time. You may set the
time up to 48 hours.
y Press
to confirm.
SABBATH MODE
Set Bake and
Temperature
Start Now
Run 22h
End 5:20
Sabbath
Mode
CONFIRM
CANCEL
REMOTE
5 Select the Bake
function.
6 Set the desired temperature.
CANCEL
REMOTE
CANCEL
REMOTE
The display will show a summmary of
your settings, showing:
y Start time
y Run time
y End time
7 Press
to confirm or
to go back
and adjust the settings.
The display, indicators and dial halos will be unlit and unresponsive, but the oven will
bake until you quit Sabbath Mode.
To quit Sabbath Mode
Press and hold CANCEL until the time of day appears in the display, or turn either oven
dial back to 0 (OFF)
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USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
2
3
OR30SDI6 models
2
1
5
5
4
OR36SDI6 models
5
5
COOKING
ZONE
ZONE
DIAMETER
POWER
POWERBOOST
RECOMMENDED
MINIMUM PAN SIZE
1
5 3/4” (145mm)
1850 W
3000 W *
4 3/4” (120mm)
2
7 1/8” (180mm)
2300 W *
3700 W *
5 3/4” (145mm)
3
8 1/4” (210mm)
1400 W
2200 W *
5 3/4” (145mm)
4
7 1/8”/10 1/4”
(180/260mm)
1850/2600 W
3000/5500 W *
5” (125mm)
(inner zone)
9 7/8” (250mm)
(dual zone)
5
SmartZone
2100 W
3700 W **
4 3/4” (120mm)
(un-bridged)
9 7/8” (250mm)
(bridged)
*
**
Maximum output when set on PowerBoost.
PowerBoost is not available when cooking zones are bridged.
See ‘Using your cooktop’s special features.’
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USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
Cooking zones display
The ceramic cooktop is fitted with induction cooking zones. These circular zones are
controlled by separate dials positioned on the control panel below.
At the front, is the display for the cooking zones (one for each zone). Each zone display
is activated by it’s corresonding control dial and displays:
Cooking zone Off (not activated)
Cooking zone On (activated but not operating).
If a zone is in zero setting, the display switches off automatically
after about 10 seconds.
OR30 models
GentleHeat low setting
GentleHeat medium setting
OR36 models
GentleHeat low setting
GentleHeat medium setting
GentleHeat simmer setting
-
Power levels
Auto RapidHeat feature
PowerBoost feature
Hot Surface indicator
Pan detection indicator
Childlock
Bridged zone indicators
Note: each lit figure refers to the relevant cooking zone
OR36 models
Cooking zones display
OR30 models
Cooking zones display
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USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
To turn a cooking zone on:
4 3 2 1 0
1 Place a suitable pan on the
cooking zone.
y Make sure the bottom of the
pan and the surface of the
cooking zone are clean and dry.
2 Press in and turn the corresponding
control dial clockwise to the desired heat
setting.modify the heat setting at any
time during cooking.
IMPORTANT!
Always place small pans in the
centre of the cooking zone.
When you have finished cooking:
2
Control dials:
1 0
9
1
8
2
1 Turn the corresponding control
dial back to 0 (OFF).
Beware of hot surfaces
will show in the display of any cooking
zones that are still too hot to touch. It will
disappear when the surface has cooled
down to a safe temperature.
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7
3
4
5
6
USING YOUR INDUCTION COOKTOP
If a display flashes
y
y
y
alternately with the heat setting
This means that:
you have not placed a pan on the correct cooking zone or
the pan you’re using is not suitable for induction cooking or
the pan is too small or not properly centred on the
cooking zone.
No heating takes place unless there is a suitable pan on the cooking zone.
The cooktop will automatically turn off after 10 minutes if no suitable pan is placed on it.
Dual zone cooking (OR36 models only)
When using a small pot on the dual cooking zone, be sure to centre it so that the inner
zone will detect the pan. If the pan covers the outer zone, then the outer zone will
automatically switch on.
SmartZones (OR36 models only)
The SmartZones are large. You may place several small pots on the SmartZone and they
will be detected as if they were one large pot.
IMPORTANT!
The whole of the SmartZone is activated when a pot is detected. This means that
other magnetisable items (such as cutlery) sitting in the cooking zone will heat up.
Never leave cutlery or other magnestisable items on your cooktop.
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LOCKING THE COOKTOP CONTROLS
Locking the cooktop
y
y
You can lock the cooktop control dials for cleaning and to prevent unintended use.
(for example children accidentally turning cooking zones on).
When the cooktop is locked the controls and cooktop display will remain unresponsive.
1
2
3
To lock the cooktop
Make sure that all cooking zones are turned OFF.
Push in and turn the control dials for the two left cooking zones counterclockwise to
Hold the dial at
until
appears in the cooktop display.
To unlock the cooktop
Repeat the steps above.
Hold the dials at
until
disappears from the cooktop display.
Your cooktop is now ready to be used again.
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USING YOUR COOKTOP’S SPECIAL FEATURES
Using the PowerBoost feature
This feature enables you to sear meat or bring liquid to the boil very quickly. When a
cooking zone is set for PowerBoost, it uses more than 100% of the rated power of that
particular cooking zone, resulting in a boost of intense heat.
IMPORTANT!
PowerBoost heats food and liquids very quickly. Do not leave the cooktop unattended
when using this feature.
To set a cooking zone for PowerBoost
9 8 7
9 8 7
1 Turn the cooking zone on to its highest heat setting (9)
2 From heat setting 9, turn and hold the dial to
until
appears in the display.
When PowerBoost is set
10 mins
The cooking zone will remain on PowerBoost for a maximum of 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes the cooking zone will automatically reduce its heat to setting 9.
To turn PowerBoost off
Turn the control dial to a lower heat setting or back to 0 (OFF).
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USING YOUR COOKTOP’S SPECIAL FEATURES
y
y
You can set two (OR30 models) or three (OR36 models) cooking zones for PowerBoost
at the same time as long as one is not behind the other.
It is not possible to set all the cooking zones for PowerBoost at the same time.
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
y
y
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P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
y
P
P
OR30 models
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
OR36 models
If one cooking zone is set to PowerBoost and you accidentally also set a second
cooking zone immediately in front or behind to PowerBoost, the first cooking zone will
and then automatically reduce
warn you that the configuration is not possible, flash
its power level.
When a cooking zone is set for PowerBoost, the cooking zone immediately in front of or
behind may automatically reduce its power level.
PowerBoost is not available if cooking zones are bridged.
USING YOUR COOKTOP’S SPECIAL FEATURES
Using the GentleHeat feature
y
y
y
GentleHeat settings.
The Low setting is ideal for the most delicate cooking tasks (such as melting
chocolate), as the cooking zone will provide a very low continuous gentle heat.
The Medium setting is ideal for keeping cooked food warm and the gentle warming of
delicate foods.
OR36 models only: The Simmer setting is ideal for extended cooking of soups, stocks
and sauces.
To set a cooking zone for GentleHeat
1
0
Adjust the heat setting to either
or
.
The display will show
or
(OR30 models) or
or
(OR36 models)
Using the Auto RapidHeat feature
This feature lets you rapidly heat up food or liquid then automatically reduce the
temperature to a pre-selected heat setting.
To set a cooking zone forAuto RapidHeat
OFF A
1 Press in and turn the control dial
counterclockwise to A.
y Hold the dial at A until
appears
in the cooking zone display
2 Turn the control dial to the desired
heat setting (1-8).
y The heat setting and
will alternate
in the display.
y Auto RapidHeat is now set.
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USING YOUR COOKTOP’S SPECIAL FEATURES
When Auto RapidHeat is set
During rapid heat
will flash
alternately with the heat setting
you have selected.
When rapid heat is finished
will
stop flashing and the temperature
will automatically reduce to the heat
setting you have selected.
The amount of time the cooking zone will rapidly heat for depends on the heat setting
you have selected. See below chart for rapid heat times.
SELECTED HEAT SETTING
APPROXIMATE TIME AT RAPID HEAT
1
40 seconds
2
1 minute
3
2 minutes
4
3 minutes
5
4 minutes
6
7 minutes
7
2 minutes
8
3 minutes
To cancel Auto RapidHeat (while A is still flashing)
Turn the control dial to a lower heat setting or back to (OFF). increasing the heat setting
to 9 will also cancel Auto RapidHeat
Note:
The Auto RapidHeat and PowerBoost features cannot be used together. If you turn
PowerBoost on when Auto Heat-reduce is already set, the Auto RapidHeat will be
cancelled.
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USING YOUR COOKTOP’S SPECIAL FEATURES
Bridging SmartZones (OR36 models only)
y
y
y
The bridging zone function allows you to use two SmartZones together giving you a
larger cooking area. Your pan(s) will need to cover both cooking zones.
There may be a cooler area in the centre of the cooktop between the cooking zones.
You may need to move food around the pan to ensure even cooking.
When using bridging zones it is not possible to use the PowerBoost function.
Bridging zone
cooler
area
To select the bridging function
1 Place the pan on the cooktop over the two zones you wish to use, covering both
cooking zones (as shown above).
2 Push in and turn both control dials for the selected cooking zones counterclockwise to
the highest heat setting 9.
3 Turn both dials to and hold until appears in the cooking zone displays.
y The front cooking zone display will show the heat setting
y The rear cooking zone will show
4 Use the front cooking zone control dial to adjust the heat setting for the bridged zone.
y Adjusting the rear cooking zone will cancel bridging.
If no pan is detected
If no pan is detected on either cooking zone the front cookingzone display will alternate
between the selected setting and . The rear cooking display will show .
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USING YOUR COOKTOP’S SPECIAL FEATURES
y
y
y
If no pan is detected on one cooking zone:
The front cooking zone display will still show the selected temperature and the rear
cooking zone display will still show
.
If after 10 minutes no pan is detected:
the bridging function will switch off.
the cooking zone without a detectable pan will continue to show
the remaining cooking zone will continue cooking at the selected heat setting.
Using Auto RapidHeat in bridged mode
Bridge the cooking zones.
Turn the control dial for the front cooking zone back past OFF to A.
Hold the dial at A until
starts alternating in the display.
Turn the control dial to your selected heat setting. the Heat setting and
in the display.
5 The bridged zone is now set for Auto RapidHeat
1
2
3
4
To cancel bridging
Turn both control dials back to OFF
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will alternate
CHOOSING THE RIGHT COOKWARE
To check if cookware is suitable
y
Carry out a magnet test:
y Move a magnet across the base of the pan.
If the magnet is attracted then the pan is induction suitable.
y Note: Make sure attraction is consistent across the base of the pan.
If there are gaps, such as an indented manufacturer’s logo,
then the performance of the pan will be impaired.
y
If you do not have a magnet:
1
2
3
Put some water in the pan you want to check.
Follow the steps under ‘To start cooking’.
does not flash in the display and the water is heating, the pan is suitable.
If
Quality of cookware
IMPORTANT!
y
y
The quality of your cookware can affect cooking performance. Only use induction
compatible cookware that has been specifically designed for induction cooking.
Look for the induction symbol on the packaging or the bottom of the pan.
Cookware that has a high content of ferromagnetic material that continues up from
the base into the sides of the pan will give the best cooking performance.
See below:
Quickest heating
Performance
High content of
ferromagnetic material.
Heating area is
consistent across the
base and continues up
the sides of pan.
Average heating
Performance
Reduced area of
ferromagnetic material.
Reduced zone of
heating, results in poor
cooking performance
and slower heating.
Slow heating
Performance
Very limited area of
ferromagnetic material.
Results in very slow
heating performance.
Note: This type of pot is
good for very delicate
tasks such as melting
chocolate, as heating is
very slow.
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CHOOSING THE RIGHT COOKWARE
Cookware guidelines
y
Cookware made from the following materials is suitable:
y stainless steel with a magnetic base or core
y aluminium and copper with a magnetic base or core
y cast iron
y steel or enamelled steel.
y
Cookware made from the following materials is not suitable:
y pure stainless steel
y aluminium or copper without a magnetic base
y glass
y wood
y porcelain
y ceramic or earthenware.
Do not use cookware with jagged edges or a curved base.
Make sure that the base of your pan is smooth, sits flat against the glass, and is similar
in size as the cooking zone. A small pot on a large cooking zone may not be detected.
Always centre your pan on the cooking zone.
Always lift pans off the cooktop – do not slide, or they may scratch the glass.
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COOKING GUIDELINES
IMPORTANT!
Take care when frying: oil and fat heat up very quickly, particularly if you’re using
PowerBoost. At extremely high termperatures oil and fat will ignite spontaneously
and this presents a serious fire risk.
Cooking tips
y
y
y
y
y
y
1
2
3
4
5
y
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
When food comes to the boil, reduce the temperature setting.
Using a lid will reduce cooking times and save energy by retaining the heat.
Minimize the amount of liquid or fat to reduce cooking times.
Start cooking on a high setting and reduce the setting when the food has heated
through.
Simmering, cooking rice
Simmering occurs below boiling point, at around 185oF / 85oC, when bubbles are just
rising occasionally to the surface of the cooking liquid. It is the key to delicious soups
and tender stews because the flavours develop without overcooking the food. You
should also cook egg-based and flour-thickened sauces below boiling point.
Some tasks, including cooking rice by the absorption method, may require a setting
higher than the lowest setting to ensure the food is cooked properly in the time
recommended.
Searing steak
To cook juicy flavoursome steaks:
Stand the meat at room temperature for about 20 minutes before cooking.
Heat up a heavy-based frying pan.
Brush both sides of the steak with oil. Drizzle a small amount of oil into the hot pan
and then lower the meat onto the hot pan.
Turn the steak only once during cooking. The exact cooking time will depend on the
thickness of the steak and how cooked you want it. Times may vary from about 2 – 8
minutes per side. Press the steak to gauge how cooked it is – the firmer it feels the
more ‘well done’ it will be.
Leave the steak to rest on a warm plate for a few minutes to allow it to relax and
become tender before serving.
For stir-frying
When stir-frying be careful to lift the pan clear of the surface if tossing the
ingredients. Sliding the pan across the cooktop surface may scratch it.
Choose an induction compatible flat-based wok or a large frying pan.
Have all the ingredients and equipment ready. Stir-frying should be quick. If cooking
large quantities, cook the food in several smaller batches.
Preheat the pan briefly and add two tablespoons of oil.
Cook any meat first, put it aside and keep warm.
Stir-fry the vegetables. When they are hot but still crisp, turn the cooking zone to a
lower setting, return the meat to the pan and add your sauce.
Stir the ingredients gently to make sure they are heated through.
Serve immediately.
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COOKING GUIDELINES
Heat settings
The settings below are guidelines only. The exact setting will depend on several factors,
including your cookware and the amount you are cooking. Experiment with the cooktop
to find the settings that best suit you.
Percentage of rated power %
OR30 models:
100
80
60
40
20
0
U















Heat setting
Percentage of rated power %
OR36 models:
100
80
60
40
20
0
= = E 




Heat setting
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COOKING GUIDELINES
HEAT SETTING
SUITABILITY
OR30 models:

y
melting chocolate, butter, and foods that burn quickly

y
delicate warming for small amounts of food

y
melting chocolate, butter, and foods that burn quickly

y
delicate warming for small amounts of food


y
simmering soups, stocks and sauces
y
y
gentle simmering
slow warming

y
y
y
reheating
rapid simmering
cooking rice


y
pancakes
y
y
sautéing
cooking pasta

y
y
y
stir-frying
searing
bringing soup to the boil

y
boiling water
OR36 models:
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USING THE WARMING DRAWER
Use the warming drawer to keep food warm after you have finished cooking and to
warm plates before serving. The warming drawer will keep hot cooked foods at serving
temperature.
Allow time for the drawer to preheat
Place hot food in a heatproof pan or serving dish.
Take care when opening the drawer. Position your hand at the bottom of the drawer and
open slowly to allow hot air and steam to escape.
Take care not to touch the inside surfaces of the drawer while it is hot.
When using the drawer to warm plates ensure the temperature is only set to LO. Ensure
plates are evenly spread out.
Do not stack dishes or plates as this may result in uneven heating.
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
To use the warming drawer
1 Push in the warmer dial and turn
clockwise to Hi.
y While the drawer is on the indicator
will glow red
2 When you have finished using the
drawer turn the dial back to 0 (OFF).
y The indicator will go out.
Warmer dial
y
y
y
The temperature can be set anywhere between LO (minimum) and HI (maximum).
The warming drawer is fitted with an heating element in the top.
The maximum heat will differ depending on your electrical connection
(220W at 240V, 165W at 208V)
See the below table for the temperature settings
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
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DIAL POSITION
°F (240V)
°C (240V)
°F (208V)
°C (208V)
LO
86
30
86
30
HI
203
95
176
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IMPORTANT!
Do not use the drawer to re-heat food.
Do not place food in the drawer in unopened containers. Built up pressure could cause
the container to burst.
Do not use plastic containers
Use dry potholders to transfer dishes to and from the drawer. Take care not to let
potholders touch the hot upper element.
Do not store flammable items in the drawer.
Do not use the warmer drawer as a storage drawer.
Do not use aluminum foil to line the drawer.
Make sure the dial is always set to O (OFF) when running a self clean cycle and any
time when the drawer is not in use.
CARE AND CLEANING
DOS
DON’TS
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
Read these cleaning instructions and the
‘Safety and warnings’ section before you
start cleaning your range.
Before cleaning or removing any part,
make sure that everything on the range
has been turned off.
Unless suggested otherwise in the chart
following, allow any part to cool to a safe
temperature before cleaning. If you do
need to handle a warm or hot part, take
extreme care. Wear long protective mitts
to avoid burns from steam or hot surfaces.
Try using any cleaner on a small area first,
to ensure it doesn’t stain.
See the pages following this chart for
instructions on removing and replacing
different parts of the range for cleaning or
maintenance.
To help you identify any parts, see
illustrations in section ‘Introduction’ and
after this cleaning chart.
Ensure the anti-tip device is re-engaged if
you move the range for cleaning. Failure
to do this may result in the oven tipping,
and adults and children may be killed.
To prevent soiling from becoming ‘baked
on’ and stubborn, we recommend
removing any easy-to-reach spills, food or
grease stains from the oven cavity enamel
after each use.
Always clean the inner glass pane before
starting a Self Clean cycle. Failure to do
this will mean that residue will bake on
and be impossible to remove.
Always remove oven shelves before
starting a Self Clean cycle.
y
y
y
y
y
y
Do not use aerosol cleaners until
the range has completely cooled.
The propellant substance in these
cleaners could catch fire in the
presence of heat.
Do not let soiling or grease
accumulate anywhere in or on the
range. This will make future cleaning
more difficult and may present a fire
hazard.
Do not use any abrasive or harsh
cleaners, cloths, scouring pads or
steel wool. These will scratch your
range and damage its appearance.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
any part of the range.
Do not perform any cleaning
or maintenance on parts not
specifically named in the chart
below. If in doubt, contact Customer
Care.
Only an authorized service
technician can take apart the door.
Do not attempt to take the door
apart for cleaning. If the inner panes
of glass in the door become dirty,
please contact your Authorized
Repairer or Customer Care.
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CARE AND CLEANING
Manual cleaning chart
WHAT?
HOW OFTEN?
HOW?
IMPORTANT!
1 Soften any stubborn stains
under a hot soapy cloth.
2 Clean with a solution of
mild detergent and hot
water, then wipe dry with a
microfiber cloth.
Stainless steel models: For
extra shine, use a suitable
stainless steel cleaner
and polish, following
manufacturer’s instructions.
Always rub the stainless steel
in the direction of the polish
lines.
y
Dials
Oven handles
1 Wipe with a damp cloth
using a solution of mild
detergent and hot water.
2 Dry thoroughly with
microfiber cloth.
y
Do not use stainless steel
cleaner on these parts, as
doing so may damage their
coating.
Clock display
and controls
Take particular care when
cleaning the clock and
surrounding area. Only use a
damp cloth with detergent.
y
Do not use any oven cleaners,
harsh or abrasive cleaners,
scouring pads, steel wool or
sharp metal scrapers on the
glass. These may scratch and
damage the surface.
Oven door glass
(exterior)
Clean using a soft cloth and
a mixture of warm water and
dishwashing liquid or glass
cleaner.
y
To prevent soiling from
becoming ‘baked on’ and
stubborn, we recommend
removing any easy-to-reach
spills, food or greasy stains
from the enamel after each
use. Doing so will reduce the
need for using the Self Clean
function frequently.
RANGE EXTERIOR
Door frame
exterior,
Control panel,
Cooktop trim
Back trim
Warming drawer
exterior
After every use
y
Always read the label to
make sure your stainless steel
cleaner does not contain
chlorine compounds as
these are corrosive and may
damage the appearance of
your cooktop.
Do not use and take care not
to spill any stainless steel
cleaner on the dials, oven
handles, or the kickstrip grate.
These are not stainless steel
parts and their surface may
be damaged by stainless steel
cleaner.
OVEN PARTS
Enamel
oven interior –
light soiling
1 Wipe with a damp cloth and
a solution of hot water and
mild detergent.
2 Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
Note: the oven door may be
removed to make reaching
into the oven easier.
Enamel
oven interior –
stubborn, ‘bakedon’ soiling
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Run the Self Clean cycle.
See “Using the Self Clean
function” for instructions
CARE AND CLEANING
WHAT?
HOW OFTEN?
HOW?
IMPORTANT!
OVEN PARTS
Side racks
y
y
For light soiling:
Clean with a solution of mild
detergent and hot water.
For heavy soiling:
Run a Self Clean cycle.
Wipe with a damp cloth and mild
detergent. Do not wipe off or
wash away the white lubricating
grease (visible when the shelf is
extended).
Oven shelves
y
y
y
Never leave in the oven during
a Self Clean cycle.
Do not wash the shelf in the
dishwasher, immerse in soapy
water, or use oven cleaner on
it. Doing so will prevent the
slides from running smoothly.
Broil pan and
rack
Rotisserie
parts
1 Pre-soak any stubborn soiling in a
solution of mild detergent and hot
water.
2 Wash by hand or in a dishwasher.
Upper and
lower oven
elements
Do not clean these parts. They self-clean during normal use.
Oven door
glass
(interior)
y
After every use
y
Use a soft cloth and a mixture
of warm water and dishwashing
liquid to remove light soiling after
every use.
For stubborn stains, try using
a mixture of baking soda and
warm water with a non-abrasive
scrubbing pad, then wipe dry with
a soft, lint-free cloth.
y
y
Oven door
gasket
Warming
drawer
(interior)
Drip tray under
door (OR36
models only)
Avoid cleaning this part. If you
need to remove large food
particles off it, proceed as follows:
1 Dampen a sponge with clean hot
water.
2 Gently wipe off the soiling, but do
not rub.
3 Press a dry towel gently on the
gasket to dry.
y
1 Wipe with a damp cloth and a
solution of hot water and mild
detergent.
1 Wipe dry with a soft cloth. Note:
the drawer may be removed to
make cleaning easier.
y
y
y
y
Never leave any of these
parts in the oven during a Self
Clean cycle. They will become
discoloured or damaged.
Do not use oven cleaners
or any other harsh/abrasive
cleaners, cloths, scouring
pads, steel wool or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the
oven door glass. These scratch
the glass, which in turn could
result in the glass cracking and
shattering.
Do not allow grease to build
up on the glass or become
baked on as this reduces
visibility into the oven.
Do not use any cleaning agent
on the gasket.
The gasket is essential for a
good seal. Take care not to
rub, displace, or damage it.
To prevent soiling from
becoming ‘baked on’ and
stubborn, we recommend
removing any easy-to-reach
spills, food or greasy stains
from the enamel after each use
1 Remove oven door.
2 Wipe with a damp cloth and a solution of hot water and mild detergent.
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CARE AND CLEANING
WHAT?
HOW?
IMPORTANT!
1 Ensure the cooktop control
dials are all turned off.
2 Apply cooktop cleaner to
a clean lint-free cloth and
rub gently while the glass
is still warm (but not hot!)
3 Rinse and wipe dry with a
clean cloth or paper towel.
4 Switch the power to the
cooktop back on at the
wall.
y
COOKTOP PARTS
Everyday soiling
on glass
(fingerprints, marks,
stains left by food or
non-sugary spillovers
on the glass)
Boilovers, melts,
acidic sauces or
marinades and hot
sugary spills on the
glass
Spillover on the
touch controls and
stainless steel trim
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Remove these immediately
with a fish slice, palette knife
or razor blade scraper suitable
for ceramic glass cooktops, but
beware of hot cooking zone
surfaces:
1 Switch the power to the
cooktop off at the wall.
2 Hold the blade or utensil
at a 30o angle and scrape
the soiling or spill to a cool
area of the cooktop.
3 Clean the soiling or spill up
with a dish cloth or paper
towel.
4 Follow steps 2 to 4 for
‘Everyday soiling on glass’
above.
1 Switch the power to the
cooktop off at the wall.
2 Soak up the spill.
3 Wipe the touch control
area with a clean damp
sponge or cloth.
4 Wipe the area completely
dry with a paper towel.
5 Switch the power to the
cooktop back on at the
wall.
y
y
y
y
Heavy-duty scourers, some
nylon scourers and harsh/
abrasive cleaning agents
may scratch the glass.
Always read the label to
check if your cleaner or
scourer is suitable.
Never leave cleaning
residue on the cooktop:
the glass may become
stained.
Remove stains left by
melts and sugary food
or spillovers as soon as
possible. If left to cool
on the glass, they may be
difficult to remove or even
permanently damage the
glass surface.
Cut hazard: when the
safety cover is retracted,
the blade in a scraper
is razor-sharp. Use with
extreme care and always
store safely and out of
reach of children.
When the power to the
cooktop is switched off,
there will be no ‘hot
surface’ indication but the
cooking zone may still be
hot! Take extreme care.
CARE AND CLEANING
Removing and replacing the oven door
IMPORTANT!
y
y
y
y
Do not lift the oven door by its handle. Doing so may damage the door.
Make sure the oven and the door are cool before you begin to remove the door.
Before removing the door, make sure there is a large enough clear, protected surface
in the kitchen to rest the door on.
Take care, the oven door is heavy!
To remove the oven door
Lever
1 Open the door fully.
2 Open the levers fully on both sides.
3 Holding the door firmly on both sides,
gently close it about halfway.
4 Disengage the hinges and remove the
door. Place on a protected surface.
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CARE AND CLEANING
To replace the oven door
Notch
1 Hold the door firmly in an approximately
halfway open position.
2 Insert the hinge tongues into the slots,
making sure that the notches on both
sides drop into place as shown.
3 Open the door fully.
4 Fully close the levers on the left and
right hinges, as shown, then close the
door.
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CARE AND CLEANING
Removing and replacing the oven side racks
IMPORTANT!
Always turn off the range at the wall first.
Ensure the oven has cooled down
completely before starting.
Remove all shelves
1 Slide out all shelves and remove.
For easier access we recommend removing
the oven door. See ‘Removing and refitting
the oven door’.
Remove all
shelves
To remove the side racks
2 Use a small coin or a flat-head
screwdriver to loosen and remove the
fixing screws.
3 Remove the side racks
To replace the side racks
1 Make sure the side racks are the
right way up, as shown.
2 Refit the fixing screws and tighten.
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CARE AND CLEANING
Removing and replacing the warming drawer
IMPORTANT!
y
y
y
y
Always turn off the range at the wall first.
Ensure the oven and warming drawer have cooled down completely before starting.
Ensure the drawer is completely empty before removing it.
Always position your hand at the bottom of the drawer to open and close it.
To remove the warming drawer
1 Open the drawer completely
2 Open the levers fully on both sides and hold in place:
y On the left side push the lever down
y On the right side push the lever up
3 Remove the drawer while holding the levers in position.
Fitting the warming drawer
1 Insert the drawer guides onto the sliding runners on either side of the range interior.
y Make sure they are correctly lined up on both sides of the drawer.
2 Gently close the drawer completely. The safety catches will automatically hook into
place.
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CARE AND CLEANING
Replacing an oven light bulb
IMPORTANT!
Use a 25W, 120V 60HZ G9 halogen bulb for replacement.
Do not use a standard light bulb in any oven, the heat will break it.
1
2
3
4
Allow the oven (including the lamp cover and the bulb) to cool completely.
Remove any shelves that may get in the way.
Remove the door if the lamp will be hard to reach.
Turn the power supply to the range off at the main fuse or circuit breaker panel. If you
don’t know how to do this, contact an electrician.
IMPORTANT!
5
6
7
8
9
Failure to disconnect the range from the power supply may result in death or
electrical shock.
Remove the lamp cover.
y Upper lights: Wearing a rubber glove to improve grip turn the cover counterclockwise to unscrew
y Side lights: Wearing a rubber glove to improve grip, hold the cover and prise out
using finger nails on other hand. If this does not work place a thin plastic spatula
between the cover and cavity wall and gently twist to prise the cover off. Take care
not to chip the glass covers or to damage the enamel finish inside the oven.
Remove the faulty bulb.
Holding the replacement bulb in a soft cloth or tissue insert it into the socket. Do not
touch the bulb with your fingers.
Replace the lamp cover.
y Upper lights: Turn the cover clockwise to tighten and then back a quarter turn.
Turn the power supply to the range back on at the main fuse or circuit breaker panel.
Upper
Lamp cover
Upper
Lamp cover
Light bulb
OR30 Models
Upper
Lamp cover
Light bulb
Upper
Lamp cover
Light bulb
Side
Lamp cover
Side
Lamp cover
OR36 Models
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USING THE SELF CLEAN FUNCTION
Using Self Clean
Self Clean uses extremely high temperatures to break down and burn off grease and
grime. All that is left is a small amount of grey ash that you can easily wipe up.
y
y
There are two self clean cycles:
Standard Clean
4 hours, for normal or heavy soiling
Light Clean
3 hours, for light or localized soiling
IMPORTANT!
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
You must clean the inside glass door panel BEFORE starting a self-clean cycle. Failure
to do this may result in permanent staining or marking of the door glass.
See ‘Care and cleaning’ for our recommendations on how to do this.
Do not use oven cleaners, any degreasing cleaners, or oven liners.
Remove all oven shelves, trays, bakeware and utensils from the oven before starting
a self clean cycle (except side racks). If left in the oven they will be permanently
damaged; items made from combustible material (eg wood, fabric, plastic) may even
catch fire.
Do not use your oven to clean miscellaneous parts.
Make sure the room is well ventilated.
Before starting a Self Clean cycle, make sure you move any pet birds to another,
closed and well-ventilated room. Some pet birds are extremely sensitive to the fumes
given off during a Self Clean cycle, and may die if left in the same room as the oven
during such a cycle.
During a Self Clean cycle, the oven reaches higher temperatures than it does for
cooking. Under such conditions, the surfaces may get hotter than usual and children
should be kept away.
The oven door will be locked
during the Self Clean cycle.
If there are cracks or flaws on
any of the oven door glass
panes, if the oven seal is
damaged or worn, or if the
door does not close properly,
do not start a Self Clean cycle.
Call your Authorized Repairer
or Customer Care.
Before you start
1 Remove all oven shelves and any other accessories, bakeware, and utensils.
Note: you do not need to remove the side racks.
2 Wipe up any spills, and along the inner edge of the oven surface around the seal. Failure
to do so may discolour the oven surface.
IMPORTANT!
Avoid cleaning the seal itself as this may cause damage.
3 Check the inner glass pane of the oven door. If it has soiling on it (eg stains from greasy
splatter), you will need to clean it manually before starting a Self Clean cycle.
For instructions, see ‘Care and cleaning’.
IMPORTANT!
y
If soiling is left on the glass, it will become burnt on during the Self Clean cycle,
making it very difficult to remove.
4 Close the oven door firmly.
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USING THE SELF CLEAN FUNCTION
To set Self Clean
Close
Door
Remove
Shelves
CANCEL
1 Turn the function dial to Self Clean.
REMOTE
2 The display will prompt you to remove
the oven shelves.
y Remove the oven shelves and any other
bakeware or accessories still in the oven.
to confirm.
y Press and hold
y If the oven door is not closed properly,
the display will also prompt you to close
the door.
Standard
Clean
4 00
h
3 59
m
h
m
to go
CANCEL
REMOTE
3 Scroll to choose between Standard
Clean and Light Clean
y
y
CANCEL
4 Press
REMOTE
to confirm.
Self Clean is now set.
The door will automatically lock and remain locked during the cycle.
The display will start counting down the time remaining.
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USING THE SELF CLEAN FUNCTION
When Self Clean is finished
y
y
y
y
A tone will sound
Self Clean Complete will show in the display.
The display will flash
The door will unlock
1 Press any button to stop the display flashing.
2 Wait for the oven to cool completely.
3 Wipe up the ash in the oven with a small brush or
a damp cloth.
4 Dry with a lint-free cloth.
5 Replace the oven shelves
Self Clean
Complete
CANCEL
REMOTE
To cancel Self Clean
IMPORTANT!
y
y
y
A Self Clean cycle can be cancelled at any time.
The door will not unlock until the oven has
cooled to a safe temperature.
Do NOT turn off the mains power supply to the
oven (wall switch). Turning off the power while
the oven is too hot may damage the oven and
its surrounding cabinetry.
1 Press
to cancel Self Clean.
y Self Clean Cancelled will show in the display.
y The door will remain locked and the display will
remain lit until the oven has cooled down to a
safe temperature.
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Self Clean
Cancelled
CANCEL
REMOTE
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting chart
If there is a problem, check the chart below to see if you can fix it. If the problem cannot
be fixed or persists, call your Authorized Repairer or Customer Care.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
No power.
Check that the mains power
supply (wall switch) is turned
on, the fuse has not tripped
and there is no power outage
in your area.
The clock has not been set
The oven will not work unless
the clock is set. See ‘Setting
the clock’.
The oven is set for automatic
cooking.
See ‘Automatic cooking’ for
instructions.
The oven is in Demo Mode
Contact Customer Care
The oven light bulb(s) have
blown.
Replace the light bulb(s). See
‘Care and cleaning’ for
instructions.
The door is not correctly fitted.
See ‘Care and cleaning’ for
instructions on fitting the
door correctly.
The oven is in Sabbath setting
and the ‘Light off’ option has
been saved.
To quit Sabbath setting,
press and hold CANCEL. See
‘User preference settings’ for
instructions on changing the
‘Light off’ option.
The temperature
indicator is blank and
the oven control dials
are unresponsive.
The control panel is locked.
See ‘Locking the oven
controls’ for instructions
The oven is not heating.
The door is not properly closed
or it is opened too frequently
during cooking.
The heating elements are
disabled while the door is
open.
Make sure the door is
properly closed and avoid
opening it frequently during
cooking.
A glass pane in the oven
door has cracked,
chipped, or shattered.
Incorrect cleaning or the edge
of the glass hitting against
something.
You must NOT use the oven.
Call your Authorized Repairer
or Customer Care.
General
The oven does not work.
The oven does not work
but the display is lit.
One or all of the lights
do not come on, but the
oven works.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
I can feel hot air
blowing out of the vents
after I have turned the
oven off.
This is normal.
For safety reasons the
cooling fans will continue
to run even when you have
turned the function dial to
‘Off’. The fans will switch
off automatically when the
oven has cooled.
The oven fan comes on
when I select a function
that does not use a
fan (eg bake or classic
bake)
This is normal.
The fan comes on while the
oven is preheating. It may turn
off when the oven has reached
the set temperature.
Wait until a long
tone sounds and the
temperature dial halo turns
white: the oven will then be
ready to use.
The oven has reached
the set temperature
but the temperature
dial halo is still red
(indicating that the oven
is not ready to use).
This is normal: when heating
up from cold, your oven is
designed to initially heat to a
temperature somewhat higher
than what you have set. This
is to provide optimal baking
conditions right from the start.
Wait until a long
tone sounds and the
temperature dial halo
turns white: the oven will
then be ready to use.
The oven is heating but
the display is dark.
The oven is set to ‘Display off’
option.
To quit the ‘Display off’
option, press and hold
CANCEL until the display
shows the time of day.
The oven is in Sabbath setting.
To quit Sabbath setting,
press and hold CANCEL
until the display shows the
time of day.
The oven cancels
automatic cooking when
I try to adjust the clock
setting.
The oven was set for automatic
cooking when you were trying
to adjust the clock setting.
You can only adjust the
clock setting while the oven
is not set for automatic
cooking.
The temperature dial
halo never turns white
when I use Maxi Broil.
This is normal: the halo stays red to indicate that the broil
element provides instant radiant heat.
The displays work,
and the function and
temperature dials halos
come on but the oven
does not heat up.
The oven is in ‘Demo’ mode.
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Call Customer Care.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Self Clean function
During a Self Clean
cycle, the oven is louder
than usual.
This is normal: the oven’s cooling fans operate at their highest
speed.
The Self Clean cycle has
finished, but the oven
door will not open.
The oven door is locked
because the oven is still
too hot to be used for
cooking.
Wait until the Self Clean cycle has
finished. If you cancelled a Self
Clean cycle which was already
underway, the oven
still needs to cool down before it
can be used. The oven door will
automatically unlock.
I have cancelled a Self
Clean cycle but cannot
use the oven:
y the oven door will
not open
y the display is still
counting down
minutes or showing
Self Clean Canceled
y the dials and controls
are unresponsive.
This is normal: if the
function dial halo is unlit,
you have
successfully cancelled
the
Self Clean cycle.
However, the
oven is still too hot to be
used for cooking and
needs to cool down.
Wait until the cool-down phase
has finished. A long tone will
sound and the oven door will
automatically unlock when the
oven is ready to use.
Note: depending on when the Self
Clean cycle was cancelled, the
cool-down phase may take up to
45 minutes.
The oven is beeping and
the display shows 
or .
See section ‘Alert codes’ for instructions.
There is a power cut
during a Self Clean
cycle.
Power cut.
The door will remain locked. Once
the power is turned back on,
the door will remain locked until
the oven has cooled to a safe
temperature.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Condensation around
oven (e.g. on control
panel or top of oven
door.)
Food has high moisture
content or local climate
(temperature, humidity)
is contributing to
condensation.
Condensation is normal. You
can wipe the drops off the
control panel. If there is
frequent or excessive
condensation, make sure that
cabinetry around the range is
moisture-proofed.
Condensation building
up in the oven while
cooking on Maxi Broil
Food in your oven releasing
moisture as it cooks
Allow the broil element to
preheat for 5 minutes before
placing food in the oven or try
cooking on Aero Broil instead.
Steam coming from
oven vents at the back
of the range.
Moisture from food
evaporating during cooking.
This is normal, especially if you
are cooking large quantities
of food in the oven using the
Aero Bake function.
Uneven baking.
Oven not properly
preheated.
Wait until the halo around
the temperature knob has
changed from white to orange
before putting food in.
OVEN
Unsuitable or incorrectly
arranged bakeware.
See ‘Oven cooking guidelines’
for advice.
COOKTOP
The cooktop cannot be
turned on.
No power.
Make sure the cooktop is
connected to the power
supply and that it is switched
on at the wall. Check whether
there is a power outage in
your home or area. If you’ve
checked everything and the
problem persists, call your
Authorized Service Centre or
Customer Care.
The control dials are
unresponsive.
The controls are locked.
Unlock the controls. See
section ‘Using your induction
cooktop’ for instructions.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Rough-edged cookware.
Use cookware with flat and
smooth bases. See ‘Choosing
the right cookware’.
Unsuitable, abrasive scourer or
cleaning products being used.
See ‘Care and cleaning’.
Some or all displays
or there is a
flash
continuous beep.
The control dials have been
held in either A or
position
for too long.
Turn the control dial back to
OFF and wait until the error
flash has disappeared before
trying to use the cooktop
again.
Pans do not become
hot. The heat setting
display comes on, but
the
does not flash
when I remove a pan.
 shows in the timer
display when I turn on
the cooktop.
The cooktop is in ‘Display
mode’
Contact Customer Care or
your Authorized Service
Centre.
Condensation is
forming
on surrounding walls,
cabinetry or your
overhead rangehood.
This is a normal for induction
cooking.
Energy efficient technology
means that no heat is lost to
surrounding surfaces.
This results in condensation
forming on these cooler
surfaces when steam is
produced by cooking.
This is normal for induction
cooking and does not
indicate a fault.
To minimise condensation:
y Ensure adequate
ventilation when cooking.
y Switch your rangehood
on 5 minutes before
cooking and let it run
for at least minutes after
cooking.
y Use your rangehood on a
lower speed setting when
boiling.
y Use the cooktop on a
lower heat setting when
boiling.
y Use pot lids to stop
moisture from escaping.
y If condensation forms,
wipe down surrounding
walls and cabinetry as
needed.
COOKTOP
The glass is being
scratched.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Some pans make
crackling or clicking
noises.
This may be caused by the
construction of your
cookware (layers of different
metals vibrating differently).
This is normal for induction
cookware and does not
indicate a fault.
The cooktop makes
a low humming noise
when used on a high
heat setting (especially
PowerBoost).
This is caused by the
technology of induction
cooking.
This is normal, but the
noise should quieten down
or disappear completely
when you decrease the
heat setting.
Fan noise coming from
the cooktop.
A cooling fan built into
your cooktop has come on
to prevent the electronics
from overheating. It may
continue to run even after
you’ve turned the cooktop
off.
This is normal and needs
no action. Do not switch
the power to the cooktop
off at the wall while the
fan is running.
The cooktop cannot detect
the pan because it is not
suitable for induction
cooking.
Use cookware suitable for
induction cooking. See
section ‘Choosing the right
cookware’.
Oven fan comes on while
using the cooktop.
Pans do not become hot
appears in the
and
display.
The cooktop cannot detect
the pan because it is too
small for the cooking zone or
not properly centred on it.
 flashes in the display
when you are trying to
set PowerBoost.
The cooktop or a cooking
zone has turned itself off
unexpectedly, a tone
sounds and an error code
is displayed (typically
 or  alternating with
one or two digits in the
cooking zone displays).
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Centre the pan and make
sure that its base matches
the size of the cooking
zone.
PowerBoost is temporarily
unavailable because the
cooktop needs to protect
itself from overheating.
Allow the cooktop to cool
down.
Technical fault.
Please note down the error
letters and numbers,
switch the power to the
cooktop off at the wall, and
contact your Authorized
Service Centre or Customer
Care with the error code
information.
ALERT CODES
y
y
y
If there is a problem with the oven, the range will:
automatically suspend all oven functions
beep five times
display an alert code.
IMPORTANT!
Do not turn off the mains power supply to the range (wall switch) if you get an alert
code, unless the instructions in the chart following specifically instruct you to. There
are cooling fans within the range which are needed to cool the range components.
Turning off the power while the range is too hot may damage the range and its
surrounding cabinetry.
What to do if an alert code is displayed
1 If the beeping hasn’t stopped already, touch any control to stop it.
2 Make a note of the alert code displayed. You may need this information.
3 Check the chart following to see if you can fix the problem yourself and follow the
instructions.
4 If you can fix the problem and the alert code does not reappear, you can keep using
your oven.
OR
If you can’t fix the problem yourself or the alert code reappears and the problem
persists: wait until the cooling fans have stopped and the oven has completely cooled
down, then turn the power to the range off at the wall and call your Authorized Repairer
or Customer Care with the alert code information.
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ALERT CODES
ALERT CODE
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
The oven has overheated.
1 Allow the oven to cool down.
2 Once the oven has cooled down
and the door has unlocked, the
alert code will disappear. You can
now use the oven again.
A2
Door lock error: the door
cannot be locked after you
have started a Self Clean cycle.
1 Turn the power to the oven off at
the wall and on again.
2 Wait approximately 10 seconds.
This is to allow the door lock to
return to its initial position.
3 Set the clock. See ‘Setting the
clock and first use’ for instructions.
4 Try starting a Self Clean cycle
again, making sure that you close
the door firmly. See ‘Using the Self
Clean function’.
A3
Door lock error: the door
cannot be unlocked after a Self
Clean cycle has finished.
1 Turn the power to the oven off at
the wall and on again.
2 Try touching on the oven door to
help the door lock disengage.
3 If this doesn’t help and the
alert code reappears, call your
Authorized Repairer or Customer
Care.
Technical fault.
1 Note down the alert code.
2 Wait until the cooling fans
have stopped and the oven has
completely cooled down.
3 Turn the power to the oven off at
the wall.
4 Call your Authorized Repairer or
Customer Care with the alert code
information.
A1
F2
F + number
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
Before you call for service or assistance ...
Check the things you can do yourself. Refer to the installation instructions and your
user guide and check that:
1 Your product is correctly installed.
2 You are familiar with its normal operation.
If after checking these points you still need assistance or parts, please refer to the
Service & Warranty book for warranty details and your nearest Authorized Service
Center, Customer Care, or contact us through our website www.fisherpaykel.com.
Complete and keep for safe reference:
Model
Serial No.
Purchase Date
Purchaser
Dealer
Suburb
Town
Country
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