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TC/DC INTEGRATED MODULE
(with Gas Top Burners)
Cooking
Guide
included
inside
Users
Instructions
&
Cooking
Guide
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
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For use in USA/Canada
06/15 EOPI 517027
Contents
Product Safety
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Introduction
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Important Safety Instructions
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AGA TC/DC Integrated Module (Gas Hob)
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Control Panel
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The Broiler (Top Oven)
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Oven Cooking Guide
10-14
Gas Top Burners
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The Ovens
9
Caring and Cleaning
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Ovens
15
Enamelled Cast Iron
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Heat-Clean Enamel
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Enamelled Cookware
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Controls
15-16
Gas Hotplate
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Door Liners
15
Servicing
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PRODUCT SAFETY
MEANING/DESCRIPTION
WARNING/CAUTION
SYMBOL
An appropriate safety instruction
should be followed or caution to a
potential hazard exists.
SIGNIFICATION/DESCRIPTION
AVERTISSEMENT
Une consigne de sécurité
appropriée doivent être suivies
ou garde d’un danger potentiel
exists.
TENSION DANGEREUSE
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
To indicate hazards arising from
dangerous voltages.
Pour indiquer les dangers
résultant des tensions
dangereuses.
PROTECTIVE EARTH (GROUND)
TERRE DE PROTECTION
To identify any terminal which is
intended for connection to an
external conductor for protection
against electric shock in case of
a fault, or the terminal of a
protective earth (ground)
electrode.
Pour marquer bornes destinées à
être raccordées à un conducteur
de protection extérieur contre les
chocs éclectiques en cas de
défaut d’isolement, ou pour
marquer la borne de la terre de
protection.
This product is heavy and
reference should be made to the
safety instructions for provisions
of lifting and moving.
Ce produit est lourd et doit être
fait référence auc consignes de
sécurité relatives aux dispositions
de soulever et déplacer.
Disconnect incoming supply
before inspection or
maintenance.
Alimentation d’entrée Débrancher
avant inspection ou d’entretien.
HEAVY
LOURD
DISCONNECT MAINS SUPPLY
APPAREIL À LASER DE
CLASSE 2
REFER TO MANUAL
ATTENTION, SURFACE TRÉS
CHAUDE
Refer to relevant instructions
detailed within the product
manual.
Reportez-vous aux instructions
applicables, indiquées dans le
manuel du produit.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INCORRECT USE OF THIS RANGE CAN INCREASE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCKS OR
INJURY TO PERSONS.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS TO REDUCE THESE RISKS.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
ALWAYS
Always make sure children are never left alone or unsupervised when the range is on.
Always be aware that range surfaces will be hot during and after use and can cause burns.
Always teach children that the range and utensils can be hot.
Always allow heavy and hot utensils to cool in a safe place and out of reach of small children.
Always be aware hot grease is flammable. Wipe off any grease deposits on the range top and front.
In the event of a grease fire, do not remove the pan, cover the pan to extinguish the flame.
Always turn utensil handles inwards but not cover adjacent heated surfaces, to prevent accidental spillage
and burns.
Always when opening an oven door, allow hot air and steam to escape.
Always use dry pot holders. Moist pot holder will cause steam burns. Do not use towels or other cloths
near the heated plates.
Always clean ventilation hoods frequently. grease should not be allowed to accumulate in hood and filters.
Always make sure cabinet and work surface are capable of supporting heavy cooking utensils used on
your range.
Always make sure cooking utensils are suitable for range top service. Only certain types of glass, glass
ceramic earthenware/glazed utensils with stand sudden temperature changes without breaking.
Always make sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a qualified technician.
Always make sure your appliance is serviced by a qualified technician.
NEVER
Never store items of interest to children above the range.
Never allow children to climb on, sit or stand on any part of the range.
Never allow children to play with the controls or any part of the range.
Never wear loose fitting clothing or other flammable materials that could contact hot surfaces on the range.
Never leave boiling pans unattended, boil over causes smoking and greasy spillovers may ignite.
Never store gasoline or other volatile liquids in the range or in cabinets above or near the range, which can
catch fire or explode.
Never use water on grease fires. Smother fire or flame or use a dry chemical or foam type extinguisher.
Never use your appliance for warming or heating the room.
Never repair or replace any part of the appliance unless recommended in this manual. All other servicing
should be carried out by a qualified technician.
Never cover or restrict the air flow to the controls compartment.
Never install cabinets (shelves) or similar above the range with a depth greater than 13” (330mm).
Never heat unopened food containers. Pressure build-up may cause the container to burst and cause
injury.
Never reach directly into a hot oven to add or remove cooking utensils. Instead pull the grid shelf out to its
maximum projection.
Never use a steam cleaner to clean your range.
Never use caustic cleaners, abrasive pads or metal scrapers to clean enamel surfaces.
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Introduction
As responsible manufacturers we take care to make sure
that our products are designed and constructed to meet
the required safety standards when properly installed and
used.
Refer to the diagram (See Fig. 1) to familiarize yourself
with the product and refer to the relevant sections for
upper oven, lower oven, grill, gas hotplate etc.
Your Module is supplied with the following accessories:
IMPORTANT
NOTICE:
PLEASE
READ
THE
ACCOMPANYING WARRANTY.
Any alteration that is not approved by AGA could
invalidate the approval of the range, operation of the
warranty and could affect your statutory rights.
In the interests of safety and effective use, please read
the following before using your new AGA TC/DC
Integrated Module (Gas Top Burners).
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Grid shelves, one of which is used as a grill shelf
Large grill pan and grid - (FOR USE IN THE UPPER
OVEN ONLY)
Roasting tin
Baking tray
The following loose parts, are also packed with the
appliance:-
The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the
production of heat and moisture in the room in which it is
installed. Ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated, keep
natural ventilation holes open or install a range hood.
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Prolonged intensive use of the appliance, may call for
additional ventilation, for example, opening of a window,
or more effective ventilation, for example increasing the
level of mechanical ventilation where present. This
appliance must not be used as a spacer heater.
Installation must be to local and National wiring
regulations and carried out by an approved technician,
from an authorized dealer.
A little smoke and some odour may be emitted when first
switched on. This is normal and harmless (from oven
lagging and starch binder on the element insulation) and
will cease after a short period of use.
The AGA TC/DC Integrated Module (Gas Top Burners),
has been designed to compliment your AGA Total/Dual
Control. Retaining the external AGA image of durable
enamel cast iron. The appliance ‘looks at home’ adjacent
to its well known ‘parent’. At the same time giving a
flexible alternative during for instance the warm summer
months when you may wish to turn off your main AGA
cooker.
Your appliance has a gas top burners, electric grill and
two electric ovens. The upper oven is an electric
conventional oven with traditional zoned heating, an
electric grill is also incorporated in the roof of the oven.
The appliance is fitted with a cooling fan, which functions
during the use of the grill or top oven (occassionally with
the lower oven). The fan will continue to run after the
grill/lower oven has been turned off or until the unit has
sufficiently cooled.
The lower oven has an electric fan (convection). The fan
behind the rear panel ensures an even distribution of heat
within the cavity during cooking, ie temperature at lowest
shelf position is the same as the temperature at the
highest shelf position.
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twin cast iron grates
hotplate burner heads
hotplate burner caps
burner outer ring
AGA TC/DC Integrated Module (Gas Hob)
RAPID
BURNER
SEMI RAPID BURNER
CAST IRON
GRATES
WOK BURNER
SEMI RAPID BURNER
CONTROL PANEL
GRILL PAN
WITH GRID
GRID
SHELF
GRILL &
CONVENTIONAL
OVEN
GRID
SHELF
FANNED
OVEN
ROASTING TIN
(BAKING TRAY NOT SHOWN)
FOR USE IN BOTH OVENS
Fig 1
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DESN 511635 C
Control Panel
GAS HOB BURNERS
REAR
LEFT
FRONT
LEFT
REAR
RIGHT
FRONT
RIGHT
GRILL
TOP
OVEN
LOWER
OVEN
TOP
OVEN
NEON
Fig. 2
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DESN 515698 A
The GAS HOTPLATE CONTROL KNOBS can only be
rotated anti-clockwise from the OFF position.
Large Flame Symbol - High Setting
Small Flame Symbol - Low Setting
(See ‘HOTPLATE’ section).
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The GRILL ELEMENT KNOB can be rotated in any
direction.
Clockwise
Full on with, both elements on
(graduated line with full circle).
Anti-clockwise
Economy grill, front elements only
LOWER
OVEN
NEON
The OVEN KNOBS can only be rotated clockwise
from the OFF position.
The OVEN NEONS illuminate when ovens are
switched on. When the temperature required is
reached the neon will extinguish.
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Gas Top Burners
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The hotplate has four gas burners:
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Never use pans which overhang the front facia.
rear left - rapid burner - rated at 3.25 kW/11,000 Btu/hr
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Place all pans centrally over the burners.
front left and rear right - semi rapid burners - each
rated at 1.8 kW/6,150 Btu/hr
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front right - ultra rapid (wok) burner - rated at
3.5 kW/12,000 Btu/hr
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The semi rapid burners are especially suited for use
with small pans and for gentle simmering or poaching.
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All burners have a set simmer position and are easily
adjustable.
TO USE THE BURNERS
l To light a hotplate burner, fully push in the appropriate
control knob, hold in and turn anti-clockwise to the
large flame symbol.
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DO NOT USE unstable and misshapen pans (e.g. with
convex bases) that tilt easily.
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Glazed cooking utensils - Only certain types of glass,
glass/ceramic, ceramic, earthenware, or other glazed
utensils are suitable for range-top service without
breaking due to the sudden change in temperature.
Ensure the correct size utensil is chosen to prevent
food boil over.
Hotplate burner flame size should be adjusted so that
it does not extend beyond the edge of the utensil, this
instruction is based on safety considerations.
Never leave surface units unattended at high heat
setting. Boil over causes smoking and greasy
spillovers that may ignite.
Deep Fat Frying
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appropriate heating area.
SOME SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
l Simmering aids such as asbestos or mesh mats are
not recommended. They may impede burner
performance, damage the pan supports and waste
fuel.
Some ‘Wok’ cooking pans are unstable. Check with the
‘Wok’ manufacturer before purchasing.
Pans and kettles with concave bases should not be
used.
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IMPORTANT: The cast iron pan grates on the
appliance are much heavier than those on most gas
hotplate cookers, therefore care must be taken when
removing or re-fitting them to the hob, It is important
that they are lifted from the appliance and not dragged
across nearby enamelled parts which would result in
damaging the enamel.
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The control may be set towards a lower position,
simply by turning the control knob towards the small
flame symbol.
Commercially available foil spillage aids are
unnecessary on this cooker.
NEVER leave a chip pan unattended.
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In the event of the burner flames being extinguished,
turn off the burner control and do not attempt to
re-ignite the burner for at least one minute.
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Press and hold the control knob fully in until the burner
lights. If electricity is turned off, the burner can be lit
with a match.
Utensil handles should be positioned inward and not
extend over adjacent surface units - to reduce the
risk of burns, ignition of flammable materials, and
spillage due to unintentional contact with the utensil,
the handle of the utensil should be positioned so that it
is turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent
surface units.
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Never fill the pan more than one-third full of fat or oil.
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Never leave fat or oil unattended during the heating or
cooking period.
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IMPORTANT: Oil is a fire risk, do not leave pans
containing oil unattended.
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In the event of a fire cover with a lid and turn off the
appliance.
Do not attempt to extinguish the fire using water.
Smother the flames on the hob preferably with a fire
blanket, rather than attempting to remove the pan
to the outside or use dry chemical or foam type
extinguisher.
Burns and injuries are caused almost invariably by
picking up the burning pan to carry outside.
The minimum pan diameter recommended is 5”. The
maximum recommended is 11”.
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The Broiler (Top Oven)
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THE TOP OVEN DOOR MUST BE KEPT OPEN
WHEN THE BROILER IS ON.
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CAUTION: Accessible parts may be hot when the grill
is in use. Young children should be kept away.
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The broiler has graduated heat settings on each of the
2 elements (see control panel).
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For best results pre-heat at a high setting.
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The large grill pan and rack supplied will fit on any of
the three shelf positions.
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Most foods should be cooked on the grill rack in the
grill pan. You can turn the rack over to suit different
thicknesses of food. You can place some dishes
straight onto the oven shelf this is useful when
browning the top of food such as cauliflower cheese
and gratin dishes.
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This range is supplied with one grid shelf for the top
oven.
The Ovens
General
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Top and lower ovens are fitted with side and back self
cleaning panels.
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The shelves are designed to be non-tilt.
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To remove a shelf lift clear of the side notches and
slide forward. To replace a shelf insert into the oven
with the short prongs at the rear, facing upwards. Slide
into position above the side notches then allow to drop
down on the runner.
The large grill pan and grid are not designed to fit
the lower oven.
If you also have an AGA DO NOT use the small
roasting tin provided with the AGA in the Module.
Please use utensils provided and place on the grid
shelves.
Use care when opening door - let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
Do not heat unopened food containers, build up of
pressure may cause container to burst and result in
injury.
Keep oven vent ducts unobstructed.
DO NOT TOUCH HEATING ELEMENTS ON
INTERIOR SURFACES OF OVEN - Heating elements
may be hot even though they are dark in colour.
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 oven until they have
had sufficient time to cool. Other surfaces of the
appliance may become hot enough to cause burns amonge these surfaces are (identifcation of surfaces for example oven vent openings and surfaces near
these openings, oven doors and windows of oven
doors).
DO NOT use the small roasting tin provided with the
AGA in the AGA TC/DC Module. Please use utensils
provided and place on the grid racks.
Condensation
Condensation may form on the range. This is quite
normal and nothing to worry about. The condensation
forms when heat and moisture are present, for example
during cooking. Whenever possible try to make sure that
the food which contains a lot of moisture for example
casseroles are covered. If you do notice any
condensation, wipe it up straight away.
Do not place the grid shelf or food on the bases of the
ovens. Food will burn on the base of the top oven and
air circulation will be affected in the lower oven.
CAUTION: Placement of oven racks - Always place
oven racks in desired oven location while oven is cool.
If rack must be moved while oven is hot, do not let
potholder contact hot heating element in the oven.
Pre-heat the ovens at the appropriate settings until the
neon light goes out.
When cooking in both ovens at the same time you may
need to reduce the temperature and cooking times
(especially for baked foods).
For effective heat distribution, leave a gap of no less
than 1/2” between the dishes and the sides of the oven,
to allow hot air to circulate.
Do not use a tray greater than 11 1/2” x 9 1/2” (12 hole
bun tin or swiss roll tray).
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Oven Cooking Guide
Cooking Hints
l Pre-heat selected oven until the light goes out.
Deep Fat Frying
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frozen food. This only lowers the oven temperature of
the oil or fat too much, resulting in greasy food.
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Always dry food thoroughly before frying, and lower it
slowly into the hot oil or fat. Frozen foods in particular,
will cause frothing or spitting, if added too quickly.
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Never heat fat, or fry with a lid on the pan.
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Keep the outside of the pan, clean and free from
streaks of oil or fat.
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The guidelines are for cooking after the oven (s) has
reached the desired temperature.
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Larger items may benefit from being turned.
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Shelf positions are counted from the top.
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Put dishes in the centre of the shelf.
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When using both ovens together reduce cooking times
and settings.
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It is important to check food is piping hot before
serving.
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You can change the settings and cooking times to suit
your tastes.
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Thaw frozen pieces of meat thoroughly before cooking
them.
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The times are for open roasting. If covered with foil
allow extra time.
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The meat sections should be used as a guide but may
vary according to the size, shape of meat tin on or off
the bone.
The turkey/chicken is cooked when the juices run
clear when pierced with a skewer. If the juices are still
pink continue to cook checking every 15 minutes until
juices run clear or use a meat thermometer.
The cooking charts are a general guide and
temperatures may vary according to individual
recipes.
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Turkey Size - 16lbs Max.
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Top Oven (Conventional)
Top Oven (Conventional) • Top Oven (Conventional) • Top Oven (Conventional)
SETTING °F
SHELF
POSITION
350
3
Rare
15 mins per lb plus 20 mins
350
3
Medium
20 mins per lb plus 25 mins
350
3
Well Done
30 mins per lb plus 30 mins
Lamb
350/375
3
Well Done
25 mins per lb plus 25 mins
Pork
350/375
3
Well Done
30 mins per lb plus 20 mins
375/400
3
300
2
45 mins - 1 hr
Very Rich Fruit Cake
250/275
3
3 - 4 hrs
Fruit Cake
300/325
3
1 - 2 hrs
Small Cakes
375
3
15 - 25 mins
Scones
425
3
10 - 20 mins
Victoria Sandwich
350
3
20 - 35 mins
Swiss Roll
410
2
10 mins
350/375
2
10 - 15 mins
350
3
30 - 35 mins
Plate Tarts
400
2
25 - 35 mins
Fruit Pie
400
3
35 - 45 mins
Mince Pies
400
2
20 - 25 mins
Vol-Au-Vents (frozen flaky)
425
3
15 - 20 mins
400/425
2
20 - 25 mins depending on size
FOOD
APPROXIMATE COOKING TIME
Roasting meat
Beef
Poultry
Chicken
20 mins per lb plus 20 mins
Cakes and Biscuits
Shortbread
Biscuits
Tray Bakes
Pastries
Eclairs/Profiteroles
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Top Oven (Conventional) • Top Oven (Conventional) • Top Oven (Conventional) • Top Oven (Conventional) • Top Oven (Conventional)
SETTING °F
SHELF
POSITION
Milk Puddings
300/325
3
2 hrs approx.
Baked Sponges
325/350
3
45 - 55 mins
Baked Custards
300
3
45 - 55 mins
Meringues
200
3
1.5 - 3 hrs depending on size
Apple Crumble
350
3
30 - 40 mins
Bread
425
3
30 - 40 mins
Rolls and Buns
425
3
10 - 20 mins
FOOD
APPROXIMATE COOKING TIME
Puddings
Yeast Mixtures
12
Lower Oven (Fanned/Convection)
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Lower Oven (Fanned) • Lower Oven (Fanned)
The lower oven is a fanned or convection oven, which means the air is circulated to create an even temperature
throughout the oven. In most cases this means that food requires a lower temperature when cooked in this oven, by
approximately 10º (18ºF) - 20ºC (36ºF). Also some baked goods may required a slightly reduced cooking time by a few
minutes.
SETTING °F
SHELF
POSITION
325
2 or 3
Rare
15 mins per lb plus 15 mins
325
2 or 3
Medium
20 mins per lb plus 20 mins
325
2 or 3
Well Done
30 mins per lb plus 30 mins
Lamb
325/350
2 or 3
Well Done
25 mins per lb plus 20 mins
Pork
325/350
2 or 3
Well Done
30 mins per lb plus 30 mins
350/375
2 or 3
300
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FOOD
APPROXIMATE COOKING TIME
Roasting meat
Beef
Poultry
Chicken
Turkey
20 mins per lb plus 15 mins
Up to 10lbs
20 mins per lb plus 10 mins
Over 10lbs
15 mins per lb plus 20 mins
Cakes and Biscuits
275
2 or 3
45 - 50 mins
Very Rich Fruit Cake
250/275
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3 - 4 hrs
Fruit Cake
275/300
3
1 - 2 hrs
Small Cakes
350
Any
15 - 25 mins
Scones
400
Any
8 - 12 mins
Victoria Sandwich
325
Any
20 - 35 mins
Swiss Roll
400
2
10 mins
325/350
Any
10 - 15 mins
325
3
25 - 30 mins
Plate Tart
375
2 or 3
25 - 35 mins
Fruit Pie
375
2 or 3
25 - 45 mins
Mince Pies
375
1&3
20 - 25 mins
Shortbread
Biscuits
Tray Bakes
Pastries
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L o w e r O v e n ( F a n n e d ) • L o w e r O v e n ( F a n n e d ) L o w e r O v en ( F a n n e d ) • L o w e r O v e n ( F a n n e d ) • L o w e r O v e n ( F a n ne d )
SETTING °F
SHELF
POSITION
Vol-Au-Vents (frozen flaky)
380
1&3
15 - 20 mins
Eclairs/Profiteroles
400
2
20 - 25 mins depending on size
275
Any
2 hrs approx.
Baked Sponges
320/325
2 or 3
45 - 60 mins
Baked Custards
275
2 or 3
45 - 55 mins
Meringues
200
2 or 3
1.5 - 3 hrs depending on size
Apple Crumble
325
3
30 - 40 mins
Bread
400
2 or 3
25 - 35 mins
Rolls and Buns
400
2 or 3
10 - 20 mins
Cheese Souffle (Individual)
375
3
20 - 25 mins
Cheese Souffle (Large)
375
3
25 - 35 mins
FOOD
APPROXIMATE COOKING TIME
Puddings
Milk Puddings
Yeast Mixtures
Souffle
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Caring and cleaning
REMEMBER: BE CAREFUL OF THE HOT
APPLIANCE.
DO NOT USE A STEAM CLEANER TO CLEAN
THIS RANGE.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE PADS, CAUSTIC
CLEANERS, OVEN CLEANERS OR METAL
SCRAPERS TO CLEAN THE SURFACES OF
THE ENAMEL.
FOR MOST CLEANING IT IS BEST WHEN THE
APPLIANCE IS TURNED OFF.
DO NOT IMMERSE THE DOORS IN WATER AS
THEY ARE PACKED WITH INSULATING
MATERIAL, WHICH WILL BE DAMAGED BY
EXCESSIVE MOISTURE.
DO NOT PUT OVEN DOORS IN A
DISHWASHER. THE FOLLOWING LOOSE
PARTS MUST NOT BE CLEANED IN A
DISHWASHER, AS THIS COULD DAMAGE OR
DISCOLOUR THE FINISH, PAN SUPPORTS,
BURNER CAPS, BURNER RING AND BURNER
HEAD.
Enamelled cast iron
Top plate, front plate and oven doors - The easiest
way to clean the enamelled cast iron parts is to mop up
spills as soon as they happen. It maybe useful to keep a
damp cloth handy to do this. Baked on food is more
difficult to clean but can usually be removed with the
AGA vitreous enamel cleaner or mild cream cleaners
using a damp cloth, or, if necessary a nylon scouring
pad. If milk or fruit juice or anything containing acid, is
spilt on the range, wipe it up immediately. Clean off any
condensation streaks on the front plate around the oven
doors or the vitreous enamel maybe permanently
discolored.
To keep the vitreous enamel surfaces of the range bright
and clean, a daily rub over with a damp soapy cloth
followed immediately with a clean, dry cloth to avoid
streaks is all that is required. AGA E-cloths are excellent
for this.
Ovens
The ovens are fitted with side and back panels and are
of self cleaning enamel and should not be scoured.
The shelves can be removed, if necessary the shelf
supports can also be removed by removing the screws.
These items may be washed in the sink with normal
oven cleaners, a fine wool soap pad for removing
stubborn stains from the oven bases and shelf supports.
NOTE: TAKE CARE NOT TO DAMAGE THE OVEN
THERMOSTAT SENSOR IN THE OVENS WHEN
CLEANING.
Heat-Clean Enamel
Fan Oven, Conventional Oven, Simmering Oven: sides,
top and back
Grill Compartment: sides and back
This special enamel has a continuous cleaning action,
which works best if a pattern of low and high temperature
cooking is followed. By using low temperature roasting,
excessive fat splashes can be avoided. Should any
excessive staining occur, immediately clean the area with
hot water containing detergent, and a nylon washing-up
brush. Resistant stains require the oven to be run at
410°F (210°C) for 2 hours.
Do not use any cleaning material which may clog
the pores of the special coating e.g. pastes and
powders, soap-filled pads, wire wool, spray
cleaners, brush-on cleaners, caustic solutions, metal
scrapers/knives, and prevent the continuous
cleaning action.
Gas Top Burners
If spillage does occur on a burner cap or pan support,
move pan to another burner and when cool, clean in hot
soapy water. After cleaning, be sure all parts are dry.
When fitting the burner cap and burner head make that
the hole in the burner head is correctly located over the
ignition electrode. (See Figs. 3a, 3b and 3C) and that
the burner cap is sitting correctly on the burner head.
The ignition electrode must not be displaced or
damaged otherwise spark ignition will be affected. The
hotplate top is sealed. To clean, remove pan supports
and wipe over visible surface.
PLEASE NOTE: Alumimium pans may cause metallic
marking on the pan supports. This will not affect the
durability of the enamel.
NOTE: The appliance guarantee does not cover the
mis-use of the pan supports.
Enamelled cookware
Enamelled roasting pans - supplied with the AGA
TC/DC Module should be cleaned in hot soapy water,
soaking if necessary. A nylon scouring pad can also be
used. They may also be cleaned in the dishwasher, but
with constant use, the enamelled finish will become dull
in appearance.
Door Liners
Using oven gloves carefully lift off the oven doors and
lay them on a tea towel. They can be cleaned with a
cream cleanser or soap impregnated pad.
Controls
The enamelled surfaces under the knobs can be treated
as in the section ‘Door Liners’. Avoid the use of
excessive water. DO NOT use oven cleaners, scouring
pads and abrasive powder for cleaning plastic knobs. A
wipe with a damp cloth should be sufficient.
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BURNER CAP
RETAINING LUGS
Fig 3A
DESN 511617
Fig. 3B
DESN 513513
Fig. 3C
DESN 513898
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Servicing
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In the event of your appliance requiring maintenance, please contact your local authorized dealer.
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Your module must only be serviced by an approved technician, from an authorized dealer.
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Do not alter or modify the module.
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Only the parts specified by the manufacturer are to be used.
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For further advice or information contact
your local AGA Ambassador
With AGA Marvel’s policy of continuous product
improvement, the Company reserves the right to
change specifications and make modifications to
the appliance described and illustrated at any time.
Supplied by
AGA Marvel
1260 E. Van Deinse St.
Greenville, MI 48838
Business (616) 754-5601
Fax
(616) 754-9690
Toll Free Telephone 800-223-3900
www.agamarvel.com
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