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Aerotech oven
User guide
OB30 models
US CA
This user guide is an accompaniment to your ‘Quick start guide’ which is included
with your oven.
For operating instructions, and to get going with your new oven see your ‘Quick start guide’.
If you no longer have your ‘Quick start guide’, you can download it from our local website, listed
on the back cover.
Refer to your ‘Quick start guide’ for information on:
Setting the clock
Controls
Positioning the shelves
Conditioning the oven before first use
Using the timer
Contents
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Safety and warnings
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Cooking guide
Oven functions
Cooking charts
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Automatic cooking
Using the meat probe User preference settings
Sabbath setting
Care and cleaning
Using the Self Clean function
Troubleshooting
Alert codes
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 local Fisher & Paykel dealer.
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Safety and warnings
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Your oven has been carefully designed to operate safely during normal cooking procedures.
Please keep the following safety instructions in mind when you are using it:
WARNING!
Electrical Shock Hazard
Turn the oven off at the wall before replacing the oven lamp.
Failure to follow this advice may result in death or electrical shock.
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, as doing so will irreversibly damage the enamel; lining the
oven with aluminium foil may even cause fire.
Never use your appliance for warming or heating the room. Persons could be
burned or injured or a fire could start.
Storage in or on appliance: flammable materials should not be stored in an
oven or near its surface.
Failure to follow this advice may result in overheating, burning, and injury.
WARNING!
Hot Surface Hazard
Accessible parts may become hot when in use.
To avoid burns and scalds, keep children away.
Use oven mitts or other protection when handling hot surfaces such as oven
shelves or dishes.
Use care when opening the oven door. Let hot air or steam escape before
removing or replacing food.
Do not touch heating elements or interior surfaces of the oven. Heating
elements may be hot even though they are dark in color. Interior surfaces
of an oven become hot enough to cause burns. During and after use, do not
touch, or let clothing or other flammable materials contact heating elements
or interior surfaces of the oven until they have had sufficient time to cool.
Other surfaces of the appliance may become hot enough to cause burns among these surfaces are the oven vent, the surface near the oven vent, and
the oven door.
Failure to follow this advice could result in burns and scalds.
Safety and warnings
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WARNING!
Cut Hazard
Take care - some edges are sharp.
Failure to use caution could result in injury or cuts.
Important safety instructions
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons or damage when using the oven,
follow the important safety instructions listed below:
Read all the instructions before using the oven. Use the oven 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.
Isolating switch: make sure this oven is connected to a circuit which incorporates an isolating
switch providing full disconnection from the power supply.
Household appliances are not intended to be played with by children.
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 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.
Do not place heavy objects on the oven door.
Wear proper apparel. Do not wear loose fitting or hanging garments when using the appliance.
They could ignite or melt if they touch an element or hot surface and you could be burned.
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.
Do not use water on grease fires. Smother the fire or flame or use a dry chemical or foam type
extinguisher.
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Safety and warnings
Important safety instructions
Use only dry oven mitts or potholders. Moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces could result in
burns from steam. Do not let potholders touch hot areas or heating elements. Do not use a towel
or a bulky cloth for a potholder. It could catch fire.
Do not heat unopened food containers. They can build up pressure that may cause the container
to burst and result in injury.
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 warm weather.
Always keep oven vents unobstructed.
Do not operate your appliance by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system.
Caution: Hot air can blow from the vent at the base of the oven as part of the oven’s cooling
system.
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 the oven mitts or
potholder contact hot heating elements in the oven or the base of the oven.
Do not clean the oven seal 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.
Do not use oven cleaners, harsh/abrasive cleaning agents, waxes, or polishes. No commercial
oven cleaner, oven liner, or protective coating of any kind should be used in or around any part of
the 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.
Clean only the parts listed in this manual.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean any part of the oven.
Double oven models only:
You can only Self Clean one oven at a time, and whilst in a Self Clean cycle, the other oven cannot
be used.
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Important safety instructions
Before starting a Self Clean cycle, remove oven shelves, side racks, and all other cookware/
utensils, and wipe up large food spills or grease deposits.
Before starting a Self Clean cycle, make sure you move any pet birds to another, closed and wellventilated 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.
Do not store things children might want above the oven. Children could be burned or injured
while climbing on the oven to retrieve items.
Do not install or operate the appliance if it is damaged or not working properly. If you receive a
damaged product, contact your dealer or installer immediately.
Use only bakeware approved for oven use. Follow the bakeware manufacturer’s instructions.
The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act requires businesses to warn
customers of potential exposure to substances which are known by the State of California to
cause cancer or reproductive harm. Small amounts of harmful chemicals are given off in the
oven’s self-cleaning cycle from insulation and food decomposition. Significant exposure to these
substances can cause cancer and reproductive harm. Venting with a hood or open window, and
wiping out excess food spills prior to self-cleaning the oven reduces exposure.
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Cooking guide
FAN BAKE
GRILL
Congratulations on your new purchase. Your Fisher & Paykel oven has a number of features to
make cooking a great experience for you:
a wide choice of oven functions
a convenient Self-Clean function – see ‘Using the Self Clean function’
intuitive controls and displays
illuminated halos around the dials for visual feedback
Before you start
GRILL
Make sure the installer has completed the ‘Final checklist’ in the Installation instructions.
Read this guide, taking special note of the ‘Safety and warnings’ section.
PASTRY
BAKE
Remove all
packaging
and dispose of it responsibly. Make sure all cable ties used to
secure the shelves during shipping have been removed. Recycle items that you can.
Check that you have all the accessories listed in the separate ‘Quick start guide’.
Make sure you follow the instructions under ‘Setting the clock and first use’ in the separate
‘Quick start guide’ before using your oven.
General guidelines
This oven has been designed to utilise its four elements and rear fan in differing combinations to
provide you with enhanced performance and a wide range of functions, allowing you to cook all
BAKE
types of CLASSIC
food to perfection.
Outer
Element
Inner
Element
Fan
Rear
Element
(concealed)
Lower
Element
(concealed)
Shelf positions
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7
6
5
4
3
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BAKING
For best results when baking, always pre heat your oven. The grill element may come on for a
short time while the oven is heating up. The halo will turn from red to white when the preset
temperature is reached.
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) you may need to increase the time.
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.
Always leave a space between shelves when multi-shelf cooking to allow the air to circulate.
Shelf Position Guide
Place your baking on a shelf that will have the top of your pan near the center of the oven cavity.
ROASTING
Your oven has a dedicated Roast function (some models only). This is designed to brown the
outside of the meat but still keep the inside moist and juicy.
Use the meat probe for perfect results. See ‘Using the Meat Probe’.
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 / 75°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 the meat is in the center of the oven or lower.
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Cooking guide
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 broiling.
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 marinate
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.
The three-piece broil/roast system (some models only) provided with your oven (consisting of
the pan, grid and rack) has been designed to reduce splatter and smoke, and is therefore ideal
for broiling and roasting. We suggest you place meat on the broil/roast rack (on top of the pan
and grid) to allow hot air to circulate around it. This gives more even browning and a result
similar to a rotisserie.
On occasions, you may want to use only two pieces of the system. For example, when roasting a
large turkey, use only the pan and grid for greater stability.
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 function is 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, use the Warm function to keep the food warm.
Never reheat a food more than once.
Oven functions
BAKE
VENT BAKE
FAN GRILL
FAN FORCED
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Bake
upper outer and lower elements
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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.
ROAST
BAKE
VENT BAKE
FAN BAKE
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GRILL
Aero Bake
FAN GRILL
FAN FORCED
fan
plus upper outer and lower
elements
PASTRY BAKE
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.
Use Aero Bake at a low temperature: 120°F / 50°C for drying fruit, vegetables and herbs.
CLASSIC BAKE
Ideal for singleROAST
shelf baking that takes less than an hour
to cook – foods such as muffins, English
scones and cupcakes or things like enchiladas.
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Oven functions
FAN GRILL
FAN FORCED
PASTRY BAKE
True Aero
fan and rear element
ROAST
CLASSIC BAKE
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 the bake 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, cookies, English scones, muffins and cupcakes.
VENT BAKE
(some models only)
FAN FORCED
upper inner element
FAN BAKE
GRILL
Broil
PASTRY BAKE
Intense radiant heat is delivered from the inner top element. There are 9 steps between ‘Lo’ and
‘Hi’ (100% power).
Preheating is not essential although some people prefer to allow the element to heat for a few
minutes before they place food under the broil element.
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
CLASSIC
BAKE
gratin and frittata.
Ideal for toasting bread or for top browning to ‘finish off dishes’.
AST
Oven functions
VENT BAKE
FAN BAKE
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GRILL
Maxi Broil
FAN FORCED
PASTRY BAKE
upper
inner and outer elements
Intense radiant heat is delivered from both top elements. There are 9 steps between ‘Lo’ and ‘Hi’
(100% power).
Preheating is not essential although some people prefer to allow the element to heat for a few
minutes before they place food under the broil element.
The temperature halo will remain red while using the broil function.
The most suitable function
for ‘finishing off’ many meals,
for example browningVENT
theBAKE
top of potato
BAKE
CLASSIC BAKE
gratin and frittata.
Ideal for toasting bread or for top browning to ‘finish off dishes’.
FAN GRILL
FAN FORCED
P
Aero Broil
fan plus upper inner and outer elements
ROAST
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 favorite chicken, fish or steak.
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Oven functions
FAN GRILL
FAN FORCED
BAKE
VENT BAKE
PASTRY BAKE
Aero Pastry
FAN GRILL
fan plus
lowerROAST
element
FAN FORCED
CLASSIC BAKE
The fan circulates heat from the lower element throughout the oven.
Excellent for cooking pizza as it crisps the base beautifully without overcooking the topping.
Ideal for foods such as sweet and savory pastry foods and delicate foods that require some top
browning eg frittata, quiche.
ROAST
BAKE
VENT BAKE
(some models only)
FAN BAKE
C
GRILL
Roast
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
FAN GRILL
FAN FORCED
PASTRY BAKE
the remainder of the cooking period, producing a tender and juicy roast that is full of flavour.
Oven does not require preheating.
If desired, use the broil rack, 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.
ROAST
CLASSIC BAKE
Classic Bake
lower element only
Heat comes from the lower element only, the fan is not used.
This is the traditional baking function, suitable for recipes that were developed in older ovens.
Bake on only one shelf at a time.
The oven will be hotter at the top.
Ideal for foods that require delicate baking and have a pastry base, like custard tarts, pies, quiches
and cheesecake or anything that does not require direct heat and browning on the top.
Oven functions
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this is not a cooking function
Warm
Provides a constant low heat of less than 195°F / 90°C.
Use to keep cooked food hot, or to warm plates and serving dishes. To
reheat food from cold, use another oven function to heat the food piping
hot and only then change to Warm, as this function alone will not bring
cold food up to a high enough temperature to kill any harmful bacteria.
Use the Warm function to prove bread. See ‘Tips for proving bread’.
this is not a cooking function
Self Clean
The Self Clean cycle takes care of the mess and grime that is traditionally
associated with oven cleaning.
There are two Self-Clean cycles available:
- Self clean (which takes 5 hours) for normal cleaning and
- Light self-clean (which takes 4 hours) for lightly soiled ovens.
See ‘Using the Self Clean function’ in the User guide for details.
Tips for dehydrating fruit
To obtain high quality dried fruit, select only unblemished, ripe fruit.
Wash fruit thoroughly and pat dry. Peel if desired. Fruit that is not peeled will take longer to dry.
Remove pits, stems or seeds if necessary. Place fruit on a baking tray on a shelf in the oven.
We recommend using True Aero or Aero Bake at 120°F / 50°C.
Tips for proofing bread
Your oven provides an ideal sealed environment for proofing bread.
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2
3
4
Select the Warm function.
Adjust the temperature down until the display shows `Lo’ .
Place dough in a lightly oiled bowl and cover with plastic wrap and/or a clean damp cloth.
Place the bowl into the warmed oven on shelf position 1.
Note: some recipes recommend putting water or ice in the oven with the bread dough during
baking. The additional moisture improves the bread crust. You must place the water or ice in a
heat resistant dish and on an oven shelf in positions 1 or 2. Do not put it directly onto the oven
floor. Placing water, ice or any dish or tray directly on the oven floor will irreversibly damage the
enamel.
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Cooking Charts
The recommendations in the following charts are guidelines. A lot of factors affect the exact time
and temperature required for baking, roasting and broiling. Follow the instructions in your recipe
or on packaging and be prepared to adjust the oven settings and cook times to achieve the best
possible results for you.
Note: The grill element may come on for a short time while the oven is heating up.
Baking
Bread (rolls)
one shelf
two shelves
Bread (loaf )
Cookies/Muffins/Sugar cookies
Cup cakes/Small cakes
Layer cake (8”/20cm or
9”/23cm round pans)
Angel food cake
Pound cake
Layer cake (9”x13”/23x33cm pan)
Butter or chocolate cake
Rich fruit cake
Brownie (9”x13”/23x33cm pan)
Meringues
Fruit pie (two-crust)
Pumpkin pie
English custard tart
Baked cheesecake
Crème caramel and Crème
brulee (in ‘water bath’)
Pie crust
Quiche
Pizza
Lasagna
Casserole
Vegetables
Complete oven meal
* Some models only
one shelf
two shelves
one shelf
two shelves
one shelf
two shelves
from scratch
frozen
Aero Broil
Maxi Broil
Broil *
Roast *
Classic Bake
Aero Pastry
Bake
Aero Bake
True Aero
This chart will help you to match your cooking requirements to the most appropriate cooking
function. Note: Recommended method
Alternative method
Cooking Charts
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Broiling
Steak/Chops/Cutlets
Fish
Ground meat patties
Vegetables
Toast
* Some models only
** If your model does not have the Roast function, we recommend Bake for large meat joints or Maxi
Broil for small meat joints.
Aero Broil
Maxi Broil
Broil *
Roast *
Classic Bake
Aero Pastry
Bake
Aero Bake
Roasting
Roast beef/pork/lamb**
Roast chicken (whole)
Roast chicken (pieces)
Roast turkey
Vegetables
True Aero
This chart will help you to match your cooking requirements to the most appropriate cooking
function. Note: Recommended method
Alternative method
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Cooking Charts
Shelf
(single; multi) Temp °F
True Aero
Temp °C
Time (min)
350
175
40-50
375
190
35-45
4
4
3
4
4
2&6
2, 4 & 6
425
425-450
375
425-450
375
375
375
215
215-230
175
215-230
175
175
175
22-28
10-12
23-30
10-12
6-10
7-11
8-12
4
365
185
13-18
one shelf
4
340-350
170-175
32-38
two shelves
4&6
340-350
170-175
32-38
one shelf
4
340-350
170-175
27-33
two shelves
4&6
340-350
170-175
27-33
4
340-350
170-175
32-38
4
2
2
350
325
350
175
160
175
30-40
70-80
48-58
4
350
175
20-25
1
325-350
160-175
50-60
1
350
175
37-47
4
250-270
425 then
375
375
425-450
375
350-375
350-360
350-375
120-130
215 then
190
190
215-230
175
175-190
175-180
175-190
60-70
Baking
Bread
Bread
American sandwich loaf 3
9”x5”/23x13cm loaf pan
wholewheat loaf
3
- 9”x5”/23x13cm loaf pan
Cornbread
Cookies
Muffins, large
English scones
Sugar cookies
Cup cakes/Small
cakes
Layer cakes, yellow,
white & chocolate
(8”/20cm round pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”/23cm round pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”x13”/23x33cm
pan)
Fatless sponge cake
Pound cake
one shelf
two shelves
three shelves
from scratch
mix
Brownie
from scratch
(8”x8”/20x20cm pan)
from scratch
Angel food cake
(10”x4”/25x10cm
mix
tube pan)
Meringues
Fruit pie (two-crust)
Pizza
Lasagna
Casserole
Vegetables
from scratch
2
frozen
from scratch
frozen
2
4
4
4
3
4
20 then 25
45-65
10-15
18-25
40-50
60-90
30-60
Cooking Charts
Shelf
(single; multi) Temp °F
Aero Bake
Temp °C
Time (min)
325-350
170-175
35-50
350-375
180-190
30-45
4
4
3
4
4
400-425
400-425
375
400-425
375
210-215
210-215
175
210-215
175
20-25
8-10
20-25
8-12
6-10
4
365
185
13-18
one shelf
4
340
170
32-38
two shelves
4&6
340
170
32-38
one shelf
4
340
170
27-33
two shelves
4&6
340
170
27-33
4
340
170
32-38
4
2
2
325-350
325
325-350
160-175
160
160-175
30-40
60-75
48-58
4
325-350
160-175
20-25
2
250
400 then
350
350
425
375
350-375
350
350-375
120
200 then
175
175
215
175
175-190
175
175-190
60
Baking
Bread
Bread
Cornbread
Cookies
Muffins, large
English scones
Sugar cookies
Cup cakes/Small
cakes
Layer cakes, yellow,
white & chocolate
(8”/20cm round
pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”/23cm round
pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”x13”/23x33cm
pan)
Fatless sponge cake
Pound cake
Brownie
(8”x8”/20x20cm
pan)
Meringues
Fruit pie (two-crust)
Pizza
Lasagna
Casserole
Vegetables
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American sandwich loaf 2
9”x5”/23x13cm loaf pan
wholewheat loaf
2 or 3
- 9”x5”/23x13cm loaf pan
from scratch
mix
from scratch
2
frozen
from scratch
frozen
2
4
4
4
3
3 or 4
20 then 25
45-65
10-12
18-20
35-40
60-90
30-50
20
Cooking Charts
Shelf
(single; multi) Temp °F
Bake
Temp °C
Time (min)
350
175
40-50
375
190
35-45
4
4
3
4
4
425
425-450
375
425-450
375
215
215-230
175
215-230
175
22-28
10-12
23-30
10-12
6-10
4
365
185
15-20
one shelf
4
340-350
170-175
32-38
two shelves
4&6
340-350
170-175
32-38
one shelf
4
340-350
170-175
27-33
two shelves
4&6
340-350
170-175
27-33
4
340-350
170-175
32-38
from scratch
mix
4
2
2
4
350
325
350
275-300
175
160
175
135-150
30-40
70-80
48-58
3-6 hrs
from scratch
4
350
175
20-25
from scratch
1
325-350
160-175
50-60
mix
1
325-350
160-175
37-47
2
250-270
425 then
375
375
425-450
375
350-375
350-360
350-375
120-130
215 then
190
190
215-230
175
175-190
175-180
175-190
60-70
Baking
Bread
Bread
Cornbread
Cookies
Muffins, large
English scones
Sugar cookies
Cup cakes/Small
cakes
Layer cakes, yellow,
white & chocolate
(8”/20cm round
pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”/23cm round
pans)
Layer cake, yellow,
white & chocolate
(9”x13”/23x33cm
pan)
Fatless sponge cake
Pound cake
Rich fruit cake
Brownie
(8”x8”/20x20cm
pan)
Angel food cake
(10”x4”/25x10cm
tube pan)
Meringues
Fruit pie (two-crust)
Pizza
Lasagna
Casserole
Vegetables
American sandwich loaf 2 or 3
9”x5” /23x13cm loaf pan
wholewheat loaf
2 or 3
- 9”x5” /23x13cm loaf pan
from scratch
2
frozen
from scratch
frozen
2
4
4
3 or 4
3
3 or 4
20 then 25
45-65
10-15
18-25
40-50
60-90
30-60
Cooking Charts
Aero Pastry
Shelf
Temp °F
Temp °C
Time (min)
4
3
350
350 then
375
300
175
175 then
190
150
4
350
175
4
4
3
3
425
350
350
275
215
175
175
135
20-30
20-30 then
30-35
55-60
20-30 then
20-30
10-15
18-25
35-40
40-45
Shelf
Temp °F
Temp °C
Time (min)
4
190
220 then
150
160
20-30
3
375
430 then
300
325
4
375
190
3
3
4
350
275
275-300
175
135
135-150
Baking
Pastry shell
Pumpkin pie
Baked cheesecake
Quiche
Pizza
baked ‘blind’
bake pastry ‘blind’ then
add filling
(in ‘water bath’)
bake pastry ‘blind’ then
add filling
from scratch
frozen
Crème caramel
Crème brulee
(in ‘water bath’)
(in ‘water bath’)
Classic Bake
4 then 2
Baking
Pie crust
baked ‘blind’
English custard tart
Baked cheesecake
Quiche
Crème caramel
Crème brulee
Rich fruit cake
2
(in ‘water bath’)
bake pastry ‘blind’ then
add filling
(in ‘water bath’)
(in ‘water bath’)
10 then 30
55-60
20-30 then
30-35
35-40
40-45
3-6 hrs
21
22
Cooking Charts
Maxi Broil &
Broil*
Shelf
Broil setting Time (min)
Steaks - rare
Steaks - medium
Hamburger ground - patties
7
6 or 7
6 or 7
HI
HI
HI
8-10
10-15
12-15
Lamb
Chops - medium
Chops - well done
7
7
HI
HI
15-20
20-25
Chops - well done
7
HI
15-20
Ham steak
Bacon
6 or 7
7
HI
HI
15-20
4-7
Sausages
Sausages
6 or 7
HI
10-15
Fish
Filets
Whole
6 or 7
6 or 7
HI
HI
8-12
15-20
Beef
Pork
* Some models only
Cooking Charts
Aero Broil
Shelf
Temp °F
Temp °C
Time (min)
rare
4
325
160
medium
4
325
160
well done
4
325
160
Lamb
Chops - medium
Chops - well done
Rack - medium
6 or 7
6 or 7
5
400-440
400-440
400-410
200-225
200-225
200-210
15-20
20-25
20-30
Pork
Chops - well done
6 or 7
375-410
190-210
20-25
Whole
3
340-360
170-180
Boneless pieces
Bone-in pieces
5
5
350-375
350-375
175-190
175-190
30-35 per
lb/450g
30-50
30-50
Fish
Filets
Whole
6 or 7
6 or 7
400-425
400-425
200-220
200-220
8-12
15-20
Beef
Boneless roast 1-4
lb/ 450-1800g
Chicken
18-32 per
lb/450g
25-40 per
lb/450g
30-55 per
lb/450g
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350-375
325
3
3
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
325
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Shelf
175-190
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
160
170
170-175
150-160
150-160
165-175
150-160
170-175
130-140
150-160
165-175
130-140
150-160
165-175
Oven
Probe**
Temp °C Temp °F
75
77-79
65-70
65-70
74-79
65-70
77-79
54-60
65-70
74-79
54-60
65-70
74-79
Probe**
Temp °C
15-20
25-45
20-43
18-28
20-33
20-35
25-45
18-32
25-40
30-55
15-30
20-35
25-40
TRUE AERO
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
ROAST
Time (mins
per lb/
Best
450 g)
Function*
* Note: If your model does not have the Roast function,we recommend using Aero Broil for whole chickens and small meat joints and Bake for
large meat joints.
** Some models only (may be purchased separately).
Whole
Chicken
Medium
Well done
Veal
With bone - medium
With bone - well done
Boneless - medium
Boneless - well done
Leg of lamb
Boneless roast - rare
Boneless roast - medium
Boneless roast - well done
Prime or standing rib roast - rare
Prime or standing rib roast - medium
Prime or standing rib roast - well done
Beef
Oven
Temp °F
We recommend you use the meat probe to accurately judge when meat is cooked to your preference. ’Time per lb/450g’ is a
rough guide and should only be used to estimate when the meat will be ready. Cooking with ROAST, TRUE AERO, AERO BAKE,
and AERO BROIL will take less time than with BAKE.
Roasting meat
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Cooking Charts
4
Medium rare
425
425
325
225
225
160
160
160
160
160
130-140
120-130
160-175
170
170
170
170
Oven
Probe**
Temp °C Temp °F
54-60
49-54
71-79
75
75
75
75
Probe**
Temp °C
71/2 per
1”/2.5 cm
AERO BAKE
thickness
9 per 1”/2.5
cm thickness AERO BAKE
AERO BAKE
TRUE AERO
30-45
TRUE AERO
15-20
TRUE AERO
TRUE AERO
10-15
15-20
12-15
Time (mins
per lb/
Best
450 g)
Function
*Brown in an oiled skillet or frying pan on high heat prior to roasting. The internal temperature of venison rises more on standing due to the
high cooking temperature, therefore the suggested probe settings are lower than other rare or medium rare meats.
** Some models only
4
Rare
Venison*
Boneless roast
3
1
16-24 lb/~7-10kg - stuffed
Pork
325
1
16-24 lb/~7-10kg - unstuffed
325
325
2
8-15 lb/~3.5-7kg - stuffed
325
2
8-15 lb/~3.5-7kg - unstuffed
Turkey
Shelf
Oven
Temp °F
Cooking Charts
25
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Automatic cooking
You can set the oven(s) to automatically turn on later, cook for a preset time (cooking time), then
automatically turn off at a preset stop time. See the example and instructions below (steps 1 to 7).
If you start cooking manually and only want the oven to turn off automatically after a set
cooking time: simply set the cooking time following steps 1 to 3 below and selecting a function
and temperature. The oven will automatically turn off when the cooking time is over.
Alternatively you can simply set the time of day you wish to the oven to turn off. Follow steps 4
and 5. The oven will automatically turn off when the stop time is reached.
You may have the timer on at the same time as automatic cooking.
You cannot use a meat probe when using automatic cooking.
Double oven models only: you may set one or both ovens to cook automatically. If one oven is
set for automatic cooking you may still use the other normally.
Important!
Safe food handling: leave food in the oven for as short a 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.
Example: It is 11:05 a.m. You want your food to cook for 1 hour, and you would like it to be ready
by lunchtime (12:30 p.m).
Automatic cooking
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Select function and temperature
Double oven models only:
To set automatic cooking for an oven - press the UPPER or LOWER selector button.
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
1
Select a function.
The function halo will glow white.
3
Check the clock shows
the correct time of day.
TEMPERATURE
2
TEMPERATURE
FUNCTION
Adjust the temperature.
4a Press the right scroll
5a Press the right scroll
button twice. The cooking
time
indicator will come
on.
Double oven models only:
the oven indicator will
come on.
4b Press the select button
to confirm. The display will
flash.
button to set the cooking
time. Make sure you allow
for preheat time in your
calculation.
5b Press the select button
to confirm. The display will
be steadily lit.
Automatic cooking
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Set the stop time
FUNCTION
6a Press the right scroll
button to scroll to
the stop time
indicator.
6b Press the select button to confirm. The
display will flash.
-
+
+
7a Press the right scroll
button to set the
time you would like your food to be ready
by (ie the stop time).
7b Press the select button to confirm. The
display will be steadily lit.
Automatic cooking
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Double oven models only:
To set automatic cooking for the second oven - press the UPPER or LOWER selector button to
select the second oven and repeat steps 1-7 above.
When automatic cooking is set
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.
and stop time
In a few seconds, the display will show the time of day with the cooking time
indicators lit and oven indicator light of the currently selected oven (double oven models
only).
Note: you can modify the function and temperature while the oven is waiting to start cooking.
When the stop time is reached
The oven will automatically turn off and a long tone will sound.
To check the set cooking time and stop time
(Double oven models only: Press the UPPER or LOWER button to select the oven you wish to
check).
Use the scroll
buttons.
To change the cooking or stop time
(Double oven models: Press the UPPER or LOWER button to select the oven you wish to adjust).
or the stop time
, press
Use the right scroll button to scroll to the cooking time
select the one you want change and use the scroll
buttons to change the time. Press
confirm.
To see the current time of day
Press the cancel button.
To cancel automatic cooking
Turn the function dial to Off .
-
+
to
to
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Using the meat probe
The meat probe is supplied with some models only. For other models it may be purchased
separately. For further information or to purchase a meat probe, contact Customer Care, your
authorised service centre or visit our website www.fisherpaykel.com.
Using the meat probe
Use your meat probe to accurately judge when your meat is perfectly cooked.
You can use the probe with any function.
Double oven models only: you can use the meat probe in either oven. Press the UPPER or LOWER
selector button to select the oven you wish to use and then follow the steps below.
FUNCTFIU
ONNCTION
TEMPETREAMTPUERREATURE
1
Select the oven function and temperature. Preheat the oven if appropriate.
Remember Roast and Aero Broil do not require preheating.
2
Insert the metal probe horizontally into the center of the thickest part of the fully defrosted
meat. The thicker the meat, the longer it will take to cook, so it is important that the probe is
measuring the temperature of the meat at its thickest point. Make sure the probe does not touch
bone, fat or gristle, as these will heat up more quickly than the lean meat.
Place the meat in the roasting (or other suitable uncovered) dish.
When the oven has preheated (if required) to the set temperature, place the dish in the oven and
insert the plug end of the meat probe into the probe socket, using an oven mitt if the oven is
hot. The probe socket is on the left hand side of the oven, between shelf positions 4 and 5. Make
sure the probe is pushed completely into the socket, then close the oven door.
3
4
-
FUNCTION
TEMPERATURE
Using the meat probe
4a Press the right scroll
button 4 times
and the meat probe indicator will come
on and the display will show 148.
4b Press the select button to confirm.
The display will then flash 148.
5
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Use the scroll
buttons to set the
required meat temperature (eg 167oF /
75oC).
To cancel the meat probe at any stage
Press and hold the cancel button until
the display returns to the time of day.
7a When the preset temperature is reached:
6
Press select to confirm:
the meat probe indicator will remain on
the display will alternate between the set
temperature and the internal temperture
of the meat.
a tone will sound every 15 seconds
the oven will turn off
the display will show time of day.
7b Press the cancel button to cancel the
tone.
Tips for using the meat probe
You can still use the timer when the meat probe is in use.
You cannot use the meat probe with Automatic cooking.
The internal temperature of the meat will continue to rise by 35-45°F / 2-8°C after you have
removed it from the oven, so allow for this in your calculations. Cover with foil and let it rest for
15 to 20 minutes.
If you wish to remove the meat from the oven (eg basting), unplug the meat probe from the
socket but do not remove it from the meat. The display will show -- . When you are ready to
resume cooking, re-insert the probe plug into the socket and the display will will alternate
between the preset and current internal temperature of the meat.
-
+
+
Important!
Use only the meat probe supplied with your oven, purchased from your Fisher & Paykel dealer or
replaced under warranty by your nearest Fisher & Paykel Authorized Repairer.
Hold the meat probe at the handle when inserting and removing it from food and the meat probe
socket.
Remember to remove the meat probe from the oven before you start a self-clean cycle.
Do not store the probe in the oven.
Only use the probe with fully defrosted food.
Wash+ the meat probe in mild soapy water but do not immerse. It is NOT dishwasher safe.
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User preference settings
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).
Note: You cannot change the user preference settings when your oven is operating or set for
automatic cooking.
How to change preference settings
1
Check the function dial(s) are set to OFF
and the display shows the time of day.
If you’re unsure, press the cancel button
twice.
2
Press and hold the scroll
buttons
together for 3 seconds to enter the user
preference menu.
3
Press the right scroll button to scroll to
the setting you want to change. Refer to
the following table.
4
Press the select button to select the
particular setting.
The display will flash.
User preference settings
-
5
Press the right scroll button to scroll
through the options for that particular
setting. Refer to the table below.
Setting
TIME SCALE & ‘DISPLAY
OFF’ OPTION
-
-
-
-
+
6a Press the select
button to save the new
option .
6b For all options except ‘Display off’ :
press the cancel button to quit the user
preference menu.
Default option
24 HR
Alternative option(s)
12 HR
DISPLAY OFF **
Select between 24-hr or
12-hr clock display (and set
the clock) or set ‘Display
off’ option if you only need
the basic functionalities of
your oven.
TEMPERATURE SCALE
FAHRENHEIT
CELSIUS
Select between degrees
Celsius or Fahrenheit.
AUDIO FEEDBACK
BEEPS/TONES ON
BEEPS/TONES OFF
LIGHTS ON
DURING COOKING
LIGHTS OFF
DURING COOKING
Turn the 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 SETTING
+
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SABBATH OFF
See ‘Sabbath setting’ for
instructions.
* The timer tone and alert beeps will sound even if you save the BEEPS/TONES OFF option.
** With this option saved, you can still use the oven, meat probe and timer. The display will remain
otherwise unlit. You cannot set automatic cooking when this function has been selected. To quit this
option and enable the display, press and hold the cancel button.
+
FU
+
-
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+
Sabbath setting
This setting is designed for religious faiths that observe a ‘no work’ requirement on the Sabbath.
While your oven is in Sabbath setting
The display, dial halos and indicators will be unlit, the buttons 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 setting, first
select the ‘Lights off’ option as described in ‘User preference settings’, and only then set Sabbath
setting.
Bake
is the only function available in Sabbath setting.
How to set Sabbath setting
1
Press and hold the scroll
buttons
together for 3 seconds to enter the user
preference menu.
2a Press the right scroll
button to scroll to
the Sabbath setting.
2b Press the select button to select Sabbath
setting.
The default option is ‘Sabbath off’.
Sabbath setting
3
Press the select button to activate the
option.
The display will flash 1:00.
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4a Press the scroll
buttons to set the time
(hrs). You may set the time for up to 99
hours.
4b Double oven models only:
Select the oven(s) you wish to use by
pressing the UPPER or LOWER oven
selector button
FUNCTION
5
FUNCTION
Turn the function dial to Bake.
TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE
FUNCTION
6a Adjust the temperature.
6b Double oven models only:
If required, repeat the process for the
second oven (by pressing UPPER or LOWER
at step 4b)
7
-
-
Press the select
button to activate.
The display, indicators and dial halos will be unlit and unresponsive, but the oven will be on until
the time set elapses or you quit Sabbath setting.
+
+
To quit Sabbath setting
Press and hold the cancel
turn off.
button until the time of day appears in the display and the oven(s)
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Care and cleaning Removing and replacing the sliding shelves and side racks
1
2
3
4
To remove a sliding shelf, grip it by its two front corners (making sure you are gripping the wire
shelf and the sliding frame together), tilt upwards and pull it out of the oven.
To remove the side racks, gently push the retaining wire from underneath the lock stud, then
swing the lowest edge of the side rack up and out towards the center of the oven until the rack
is almost horizontal. The prongs at the top will slide out of the mounting slots.
To replace the side racks, hold them almost horizontally and locate the prongs into the small
mounting slots at the top of the oven cavity. While you are doing this, support the rack with your
hand from underneath, to ensure that both prongs perfectly locate into the mounting slots.
Lower the side racks carefully and gently place the retaining wire underneath the lock stud.
Important!
Do not lower the side racks until the prongs are fully inserted into the slots so that you do not chip the
enamel.
Mounting slots
Lock stud
Retaining wire
Care and cleaning
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Changing the oven light bulbs
1
2
3
4
5
The oven is illuminated by three 12 volt/20 watt halogen bulbs. These have a very long life, but if
you should need to replace one, use only a replacement bulb purchased from your nearest Fisher
& Paykel dealer and follow these steps:
Allow the oven to cool and then turn it off at the wall.
Take out the shelves and side racks (see ‘Removing and replacing the sliding shelves and side
racks’) and use a small flat-head screwdriver to twist and lift the retainer clip at the top of the
glass light cover while holding the glass to prevent it falling. The clip pivots counter-clockwise
(see the diagram).
Carefully lift the glass cover out of the lower support and pull out the faulty bulb.
Holding the replacement bulb in a soft cloth or tissue (touching the bulb will reduce its life
span), insert the new bulb.
Reposition the glass cover and twist the top clip back in place. The procedure is the same for the
light in the roof of the oven cavity.
Note: oven bulb replacement is not covered by your warranty.
Retainer clip
Plate glass cover
Pins
Sockets for
the pins
Replacement bulb
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Care and cleaning Manual cleaning
ALWAYS
Before any manual cleaning or
maintenance, first wait for the oven to cool
down to a safe temperature to touch, then
turn its power supply off at the wall.
Read these cleaning instructions and the
‘Safety and warnings’ section before you
start cleaning your oven.
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.
Always remove oven shelves and side racks
before starting a Self Clean cycle.
NEVER
Never use a steam cleaner.
Never store flammable substances in the
oven.
Never use abrasive or harsh cleaners,
cloths, scouring pads or steel wool. Some
nylon scourers may also scratch. Check the
label first.
Never use oven cleaner in a pyrolytic oven.
Never leave alkaline (salty spills) or acidic
substances (such as lemon juice or vinegar)
on the oven surfaces.
Never use cleaning products with a chlorine
or acidic base.
Never spray detergent or liquid onto the
buttons on the control panel. Liquid may
seep behind the button and damage the
electronics.
Care and cleaning
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Manual cleaning
What?
Dials
Stainless steel
strip/handle
on the front
of the oven
door
How?
Clean with a solution of mild detergent
and hot water, then wipe dry.
Clean with a solution of mild
detergent and hot water, then wipe
dry with a microfiber cloth.
If necessary, use a suitable stainless
steel cleaner and polish.
Oven cavity
To clean light soiling off the
enamelled surfaces:
1 Wipe with a damp cloth and a
solution of hot water and mild
detergent.
2 Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
To clean stubborn, ‘baked on’ soiling
or the whole oven cavity: use the Self
Clean function. See ‘Using the Self
Clean function’ for instructions.
Telescopic
sliding shelf
supports
Wipe with a damp cloth and mild
detergent. Do not wipe off or wash
away the white lubricating grease
(visible when the slides are
extended).
Important!
Do not use stainless steel or oven
cleaner on the dials, as doing so
may damage their coating.
Always read the label to make
sure that your stainless steel
cleaner does not contain
chlorine compounds as these
are corrosive and may damage
the appearance of your oven.
Always rub the stainless steel
in the direction of the grain.
To prevent soiling from
becoming ‘baked on’ and
stubborn, we recommend
removing any easy -to-reach
spills, food or grease stains
from the enamelled surfaces
after each use. Doing so will
reduce the need for using the
Self Clean function frequently.
Always remove the side racks
before a Self Clean cycle.
Do not wash these in the
dishwasher, immerse in soapy
water, use oven cleaner on them
or leave in the oven during a Self
Clean cycle as doing so will remove
the white lubricating grease and
prevent the slides from running
smoothly.
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Care and cleaning Manual cleaning
What?
Meat probe
Broil rack
Pan & Grid
Side racks
Baking tray
How?
Clean with a solution of mild
detergent and hot water, then wipe
dry with a microfiber cloth.
Clean with a solution of mild
detergent and hot water.
Pre-soak stubborn burnt-on stains in
a solution of dishwasher powder and
hot water.
Except for the baking tray, these
parts are also dishwasher safe.
Important!
Clean after every use to avoid
contamination.
Do not wash in the dishwasher,
immerse in soapy water, use
oven cleaner or leave in the
oven during a Self Clean cycle.
Never leave any of these
parts in the oven during a Self
Clean cycle. They will become
discolored or damaged.
Oven seal
Do not clean this part.
Do not rub, damage or remove
the seal as it is important for
ensuring your oven runs
efficiently.
Oven vent
louvres
Wipe with a damp cloth.
Take care not to let any liquid run
down the louvres of the oven vent.
Oven door
glass
Use a mild solution of detergent and
warm water; use a glass cleaner to
remove smears.
Do not use sharp metal scrapers or
scourers on the glass as it may
scratch the surface and cause the
glass to shatter
Using the Self Clean function
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During the pyrolytic Self Clean cycle the extremely high temperature burns off and breaks down
grime and grease deposits. All that is left is a small amount of gray ash that you can easily remove.
There is a choice of Self Clean cycles:
- Self Clean (5 hours) (for normal soiling).
- Light Self Clean (4 hours) (suitable for a light or localised soiling).
Double oven models only:
Only one oven can be self-cleaned at a time.
During the Self clean cycle you cannot use the other oven or set Automatic cooking.
Important!
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.
Do not use oven cleaners, any degreasing cleaners, or oven liners.
Make sure you remove the side racks, oven shelves and trays and all other bakeware and utensils
from the oven before starting a Self Clean cycle. If left in the oven, they will become permanently
discolored or damaged; items made from combustible materials (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 wellventilated 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 (approximately 5 hours).
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.
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Using the Self Clean function
To start a Self Clean cycle
1a Remove oven shelves, side racks and all other accessories, bakeware, and utensils.
1b Wipe up any spills. Failure to do so may discolor the oven surfaces.
1c 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!
If soiling is left on the glass, it will become burnt on during the Self Clean cycle, making it very difficult to
remove.
2a Close the oven door firmly.
2b Double oven models only:
Select either the UPPER or LOWER oven.
Important!
Ensure the function dial for the other oven is turned to ‘off’.
Using the Self Clean function
FUNCTION
3
Select the Self Clean
function.
The display will flash 0:00
4
Press the right scroll button once for the
Self Clean
cycle
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- the display will flash 5:00 (5 hours), or
Press the right scroll button a second time for the
Light Self Clean cycle
- the display will flash 4:00 (4 hours)
The temperature indicator will be blank, as
temperature cannot be adjusted.
5
Press the select button to start the Self Clean
cycle.
The time will start counting down.
For your safety, the oven door will automatically
lock and remain locked during the cycle.
Note: if the select button is not pressed within 15
seconds, the oven will automatically turn off. Start
from step 3 again.
The display will show DOOR if the door is not shut
properly. See ‘Troubleshooting’.
If the door is not shut properly within 30 seconds,
the oven will automatically turn off.
During the Self Clean cycle
the temperature and function halos will remain off.
function will be lit.
the Self Clean
the display will countdown the time remaining.
the cancel button will glow red
(excluding OB30SC model).
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Using the Self Clean function When a Self Clean cycle has finished
The oven will:
emit a long tone
automatically turn off
automatically unlock the door.
In a few seconds, the display will show the time of day.
1
2
3
4
5
You need to:
wait for the oven to cool down completely
remove the gray ash with a small brush or damp cloth
wipe out the oven with a clean damp cloth
dry with a clean lint-free cloth
replace the side racks and shelves.
To cancel a Self Clean cycle
Important!
A Self Clean cycle can be canceled at any time by pressing the cancel button.
The door will not unlock until the oven has cooled to a safe temperature. This will take 40
minutes. 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.
To cancel a Self Clean cycle, press the cancel
button.
If the oven needs to cool down, the Self Clean
function indicator will stay lit, the display will
show the remaining cool-down time, the temperature indicator will show cascading bars
and the door will remain locked.
Double oven models only:
You will not be able to use either oven until the oven undergoing the self clean cycle has cooled
down.
When it has cooled down, the oven will turn off, the door will unlock, a long tone will sound and
the display will show the time of day.
We do not recommend cancelling a Self Clean cycle and then immediately starting one again.
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Troubleshooting
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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
The oven does not work.
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 oven does not work
but the display is lit.
The oven is set for automatic
cooking.
See ‘Automatic cooking’ for
instructions.
The lights do not come
on when I open the oven
door.
The oven light bulb(s) have
blown.
Replace the light bulb(s). See
‘Care and cleaning’ for
instructions.
The oven is in Sabbath setting
and the ‘Light off’ option has been
saved.
To quit Sabbath setting, press
and hold the cancel button.
See ‘User preference settings’
for instructions on changing the
‘Light off’ option.
Dials and buttons are
unresponsive.
The control panel is locked.
Press and hold the select or
cancel button to unlock the
control panel.
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 heavy object
dropped on open door.
You must NOT use the oven.
Call your Authorized Repairer or
Customer Care.
The display shows DOOR
The door is open during cooking
(some functions only).
Ensure the door is shut fully.
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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 the cancel
button until the display shows
the time of day.
The oven is in Sabbath setting.
To quit Sabbath setting, press
and hold the cancel button
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 oven sounds a tone
when I try to turn the
temperature dial below a
certain temperature.
This is normal: for food safety
reasons, the oven functions have
factory-set minimum temperature
settings.
The temperature dial itself
cannot be ‘turned off’. Selecting
Off
with the function dial
will turn the oven off.
The temperature dial
halo never turns white
when I use Broil
or
Maxi Broil
.
This is normal: the halo stays red to indicate that the broil element
provides instant radiant heat.
General
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Troubleshooting
Problem
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Possible causes
What to do
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.
Call Customer Care.
The automatic cooking
indicators do not light up
You are trying to use a meat probe You cannot use the meat probe
and automatic cooking.
at the same time as using
automatic cooking. See ‘Using
the Meat Probe’
General
OR
The meat probe indicator
does not light up.
I cannot start the
Sabbath setting.
You have not selected the Bake
function.
You must select the Bake
function when using the
Sabbath setting.
You have not selected an oven
cavity.
YOu must select an oven (UPPER
or LOWER) before you can set
Automatic cooking functions.
The function dial is
flashing; or the oven
turns off.
Double ovens only:
The minute minder shows
0:00 ,the oven sounds
a tone and the function
dial halo flashes when I
press the right scroll
button.
During Maxi Broil
the oven is louder than
usual.
This is normal: the oven’s cooling
fans are operating at their highest
speed.
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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 display shows - -
The meat probe mode has been
Ensure the meat probe is
selected but the meat probe is not plugged into the socket.
plugged in to the socket.
Cancel meat probe by pressing
the cancel button.
The display shows DOOR.
The door has not been properly
closed.
Make sure you close the door
properly.
The display shows
0:00 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 canceled 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.
At a point during a Self
Clean cycle, the function
dial halo goes out
and the temperature
indicator starts
displaying cascading
bars
.
This is normal: the oven is
in the last phase of the Self
Clean cycle, cooling down.
Wait until the Self Clean cycle
has finished. A long tone will
sound and the oven door will
automatically unlock when the
oven is ready to use.
Double oven models only:
One oven is already turned on or
set for automatic cooking.
You cannot start a Self Clean
cycle when one oven already
has a function selected.
Turn the function dial to Off
and try again.
I cannot select the Self
clean function.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
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Possible causes
What to do
I have canceled a Self
Clean cycle but cannot
use the oven:
the oven door will not
open
the display is still
counting down
minutes or showing
0:00
the Self Clean
function indicator is
still lit
the temperature
indicator shows
cascading bars
the dials and buttons
are unresponsive.
This is normal: if the function dial
halo is unlit, you have
successfully canceled 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 canceled,
the cool-down phase may take
up to 40 minutes.
The oven is beeping and
or
the display shows
A3.
See section ‘Alert codes’ for instructions.
There is a power cut
during a Self Clean
cycle.
+
Power cut.
Self Clean function
+
-
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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Alert codes If there is a problem, the oven will:
automatically suspend all oven functions
beep five times
display an alert code.
Important!
Do not turn off the mains power supply to the oven (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 oven which
are needed to cool the oven’s components. Turning off the power while the oven is too hot may damage the
oven and its surrounding cabinetry.
What to do if an alert code is displayed
1
2
3
4
If the beeping hasn’t stopped already, press any button to stop it.
Make a note of the alert code displayed. You may need this information.
Check the chart following to see if you can fix the problem yourself and follow the instructions.
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 oven off at the wall and call your Authorized Repairer or Customer Care with the
alert code information.
Alert codes
Alert code
A
Possible causes
What to do
The oven has overheated.
1
2
Allow the oven to cool down.
Once the oven has cooled down and
the door has unlocked, the alert code
will disappear. You can now use the
oven again.
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.
Wait approximately 10 seconds. This is
to allow the door lock to return to its
initial position.
Set the clock. See ‘Setting the clock
and first use’ for instructions.
Try starting a Self Clean cycle again,
making sure that you close the door
firmly. See ‘Using the Self Clean
function’.
2
3
4
A3
Door lock error: the door cannot
be unlocked after a Self Clean
cycle has finished.
1
2
3
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Technical fault.
1
2
3
4
Turn the power to the oven off at the
wall and on again.
Try pressing on the oven door to help
the door lock disengage.
If this doesn’t help and the alert
code reappears, call your Authorized
Repairer or Customer Care.
Note down the alert code.
Wait until the cooling fans have
stopped and the oven has completely
cooled down.
Turn the power to the oven off at the
wall.
Call your Authorized Repairer or
Customer Care with the alert code
information.
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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
2
your product is correctly installed.
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 Repairer, or contact us through
www.fisherpaykel.com
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