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Hoover HDO 885/1 B User manual
OVENS
USER INSTRUCTIONS
General warnings
Thank you for choosing one of our products. To get the most out of your oven we recommend
that you:
Read the notes in this manual carefully: they contain important instructions on how to install,
use and service this oven safely.
Keep this booklet in a safe place for easy, future reference.
When the oven is first switched on it may give out acrid smelling fumes. This is because the
bonding agent for insulating panels around the oven has been heated up for the first time.
This is a completely normal, if it does occur you merely have to wait for the fumes to clear before
putting the food into the oven.
An oven by its very nature becomes very hot. Especially the glass of the oven door.
Do not allow children to go near the oven when it is hot, especially when the grill is on.
All accessible parts are hot when the oven is in operation, take care to not touch these elements.
A specially designed protector shield (some models only) which reduces considerably the surface
temperature of the oven door can be obtained through our service organization. This shield is
recommended for households with young children.
Declaration of compliance. The parts of this appliance that may come into contact with foodstuffs
comply with the provisions of EEC Directive 89/109.
This appliances complies with Directives 89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC and following changes.
When you have unpacked the oven, make sure that it has not been damaged in any way. If you
have any doubts at all, do not use it: contact a professionally qualified person.
Keep packing materials such as plastic bags, polystyrene, or nails out of the reach of children
because they are dangerous for children.
IMPORTANT
The oven must be used only for the purpose for which it was designed: it must only be used for
cooking food.
Any other use, e.g. as a form of heating, is an improper use of the oven and is therefore dangerous.
The manufacturers cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by improper, incorrect
or unreasonable use.
When using any electrical appliance you must follow a few basic rules.
– Do not pull on the power cable to remove the plug from the socket.
– Do not touch the oven with wet or damp hands or feet.
– Do not use the oven unless you are wearing something on your feet.
– Do not allow children on irresponsible people to use the oven unless they are carefully supervised.
– It is not generally a good idea to use adapters, multiple sockets for several plugs and cable
extensions.
– If the oven breaks down or develops a fault switch it off at the mains and do not touch it.
If the cable is at all damaged it must be replaced promptly. When replacing the cable, follow
these instructions.
Remove the power cable and replace it with one of equal length that has been insulated in rubber.
The cable must be able to bear the electrical current required by the oven. Cable replacement
must be carried out by properly qualified technicians.
The earthing cable (yellow-green) must be 10 mm longer than the power cable.
Use only an approved service centre for repairs and ensure that only original parts are used. If
the above instructions are not adhered to the manufacturers cannot guarantee the safety of the oven.
USEFUL TIPS
Grilling
Grilling makes it possible to give food a rich brown colour quickly.
For browning we recommend that you insert the grill onto the fourth level, depending in the
proportions of the food (pag.8).
Almost all food can be cooked under the grill except for very lean game and meat rolls.
Meat and fish that are going to be grilled should first be lightly doused with oil.
Cooking times
For recommended cooking times and temperatures the first time you use the oven, refer to the
tables on pages 10,11, 12 and 13. You may then wish to vary these times and settings in the
light of your own experience.
Cleaning and maintenance
Clean the stainless steel and enamelled surfaces with warm, soapy water or with suitable brand
products. On no account use abrasive powders that may damage surfaces and ruin the oven’s
appearance. It is very important to clean the oven each time that it is used. Melted fat is deposited
on the sides of the oven during cooking. The next time the oven is used this fat could cause
unpleasant odours and might even jeopardise the success of the cooking. Use hot water and
detergent to clean; rinse out thoroughly. To make this chore unnecessary all models can be lined
with catalytic self-cleaning panels: these are supplied as an optional extra (see the section SELFCLEANING OVEN WITH CATALYTIC LINING).
Use detergents and abrasive metal pads like «brillo pads» for the stainless steel grills.
The glass surfaces as the top, oven door and warming compartment door must be cleaned when
they are cold. Damage that occurs to them because this rule was not adhered to are not covered
by the guarantee.
Never use abrasive cleaners, wire wool or sharp objects to clean the glass oven door.
Never use steam or high pressure spray to clean the appliance.
To replace the interior light: switch off the mains power supply and unscrew bulb. Replace with
an identical bulb that can withstand very high temperatures.
Self-cleaning oven with catalytic
Special self-cleaning panels covered in a micro-porous coating are available as optional extras
for all models. If they are fitted, the oven no longer needs to be cleaned by hand.
The fat that is splattered onto the sides of the oven during roasting is eliminated by the microporous
coating which breaks the fat down by catalysis and transforms it into gas.
Excessive splattering may nevertheless block the pores and therefore hinder self-cleaning. The
self-cleaning capacity may be restored by switching on the empty oven to maximum for about
10-20 minutes.
Do not use abrasive products, metal cleaning wads, sharp objects, rough cloths, or chemical
products and detergents that may permanently damage the catalytic lining.
It is a good idea to use deep roasting trays to roast fatty foods such as joints of meat etc. and
to put a tray underneath the grill to catch surplus fat.
These simple precautions will ensure the correct temperature and ideal conditions for catalytic
cleaning to take place.
If the walls of the oven are so thickly coated in grease that the catalytic lining is no longer effective
remove surplus grease with a soft cloth or sponge soaked in hot water.
The lining must be porous for self-cleaning to be effective.
N.B.: All catalytic linings currently on the market have a working life of about 300 hours. They
should therefore be replaced after about 300 hours.
Service centre
Before calling the Service Centre
If the oven is not working, we recommend that:
— you check that the oven is properly plugged into the power supply.
If the cause of the fault cannot be detected:
disconnect the oven from the mains, do not touch the oven and call the after sales service.
Before calling the Service Centre remember to make a note of the serial number on the
serial number specifications plate.
The oven is supplied with a guarantee certificate that ensures that it will be repaired free of
charge at the Service Centre.
Grill reflector (according to model)
The piece concurs the reflection of the infrared beams increasing the efficiency of the baking.
For having always a good efficiency of the grill reflector it is necessary to have always clean the
reflecting surface.
Place the grill reflector in the oven upper the grill heat
element.
The positioning is completed inserting the reflector in
the appropriate centers.
TELESCOPIC SHELF KIT (according to model)
B
A
C
INSTRUCTION FOR ASSEMBLY
A
PLACE THE TELESCOPIC RUNNERS A
IN THE OVEN
ENSURE THE RUNNERS A ARE FIRMLY
PUSHED TO THE WALL OF THE OVEN
B
SLIDE OUT THE RUNNERS AND POSIZION
THE SHELF SUPPORT B BEHIND THE
SHELF SUPPORT B BEHIND THE
SHELF STOP LOCATED AT THE FRONT
SIDE OF THE KIT.
COMPLETE ASSEMBLY BY INSERTING PLAIN
SHELF B AND DRIP TRAY C
B
C
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
* Tested in accordance with the CENELEC EN 50304.
** Tested in accordance with the CENELEC EN 50304 used for definition of energy class.
Our range includes many different styles and colours. To find the technical specifications
and functions of the model which you have bought, study the diagrams below.
UPPER OVEN
6
The ovens is fitted with:
• a bottom element;
• a top element for infra-red heating,
or grilling
1
50
MAX
225
100
200
175
125
150
Function/thermostat dial
5
2
4
3
Grill regulator
Turn the control dial to
the light
will remain on during all the following
phases.
Temperature setting and the oven’s
top and bottom elements.
50 ÷ MAX
Lower heating element.
This particular function is ideal for
warming meals or for slow cooking.
Variable grill
Select the grilling function and set the
required power by turning the
regulator dial between the position
from 1 to 6. The amber light will switch
off once the correct setting has been
achieved.
1÷6
LOWER OVEN (according to model)
Electronic
programmer
The ovens is fitted with:
• a bottom element;
• a top element for infra-red heating,
or grilling
50
MAX
225
100
200
175
125
150
Function/thermostat dial
Turn the control dial to
following phases.
the light will remain on during all the
Fan oven
Air that has been heated to a temperature between 50 and 240
is blown by the fan onto the different levels. It is ideal for cooking
different types of food at the same time (e.g. meat and fish)
without mixing tastes and smells. It cooks very gently and is ideal
for sponge cakes, pastries, etc.
50 ÷ MAX
LOWER OVEN (according to model)
Electronic
programmer
°C
The ovens is fitted with:
• a bottom element;
• a top element for infra-red heating,
or grilling
50
MAX
100
200
175
125
150
Thermostat dial
Turn the control dial to
the light will remain on
during all the following operations. The cooling fan is
also switched on.
Defrosting
When the dial is set to this position. The fan circulates
air at room tempe-rature around the frowen food so
that it defrosts in a few minutes without the protein
content of the food being changed or altered.
Fan oven
Air that has been heated to a temperature between 50
and 240 is blown by the fan onto the different le-vels.
It is ideal for cooking different types of food at the same
time (e.g. meat and fish) without mixing tastes and
smells. It cooks very gently and is ideal for sponge
cakes, pastries, etc.
50 ÷ MAX
Door closed fan grill
The air is heated by the grill element and the fan blows
the air onto the food at the required temperature. This
ranges from 50°C to 200°C. The grill/fan is an excellent
alternative to roasting on the spit. It is ideal for roasting
even large quantities of poultry, sausages and red
meats.
50 ÷ 200
Fan plus lower element
This function is ideal for delicate dishes (pies-souffle).
50 ÷ MAX
Natural convection
Bottom and top oven elements are used. This is the
traditional form of baking and roasting. It is ideal for
roasting joints of meat and game, baking biscuits and
apples and making the food nice and crunchy. You will
get the best results if you put the food on the same
shelf and set the temperature between 50°C and 240°C.
50 ÷ MAX
Door closed Grilling
The setting of this function switches on the infrared grill
element. This function is ideal for cooking meats of
medium thickness (sausages and bacon).
50 ÷ MAX
Pastry function
The intense heat generated when using this function is
similar to that produced in traditional wood-fired ovens.
50 ÷ MAX
Function dial
OVEN: “GRILLING”
The grill can be used either with door closed, or ajar, according to the type of cooking being
done.
Below are some guidelines when using the grill. Personal experience will allow you to adapt
these guidelines according to your preferences.
Position 3
: use of grill with door closed.
For keeping plates or cooked foods warm.
Position 4
: use of grill with door closed.
Ideal for browning items already cooked, such as endives,
hamburgers etc.
Position 5
: use of grill with door closed.
Ideal for cooking white meats.
Position 6
: use of grill with door ajar.
Ideal for toasting bread, grilling sausages etc.
When the oven is operating, the power-on indicator light comes on.
The head indicator light goes on and off throughout cooking time.
SETTING THE CORRECT TIME
3
WARNING : the first operation to carry out after the oven has been
installed or following the interruption of power supply (this
is recognizable the display pulsating and showing
)
is setting the correct time. This is achieved as follows
• Press and hold the “2” and “3” buttons
• Set time with
buttons
• Release all buttons
ATTENTION the oven only operates if set on manual function
or preset time.
PROGRAMMING THE LOWER OVEN
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 - Minute minder
2 - Time
3 - End of time
4 - Manual position
5 - “-”
6 - “+”
COOKING TIPS
Temperatures and cooking times are given for information only to facilitate using the oven.
Personal experience should then let you adapt these settings to your taste and habits.
Remember that cooking at higher temperatures causes more spattering, and the oven can
become dirty and smoky. It is better to slightly reduce the cooking temperature, even if it
means increasing the cooking time.
The sides of the oven are equipped
with different positions numbered
from the bottom.
COOKING TIPS
MEAT
It is better not to salt meats until after cooking as salt encourages the meat to spatter fat.
This will dirty the oven and make a lot of smoke.
Joints of white meat, pork, veal, lamb and fish can be put into the oven cold. The cooking
time is longer than in a preheated oven, but it cooks through to the centre better as the
heat has more time to penetrate the joint.
Correct preheating is the basis of successful red meat cookery.
GRILLS
• Before loading the grill:
Remove the meat from the refrigerator a few hours before grilling. Lay it on several layers
of kitchen paper: this improves seizing, making it tastier and avoids it staying cold at the
centre.
Add pepper and spices to the meat before grilling, but add any salt after cooking. This way
it will seize better and stay juicy. Baste all the food to be cooked with a little oil. This is best
done with a wide flat basting brush. Then sprinkle with more pepper and herbs (thyme,
etc.).
Load the grill.
• During cooking:
Never pierce the food during cooking even when you turn it. This lets the juice out and it
becomes dry.
Recipes
Cooking
method
Quantity
Beef with carrots Conv cooking
Duck
Conv cooking
Turkey
Conv cooking
Goose
Conv cooking
Leg of lamb
Conv cooking
Roast chicken
Conv cooking
Roast beef
Conv cooking
Roast rabbit
Fan cooking
Roasted white
meat
Fan cooking
Veal / poultry
Rotisserie
Veal / poultry
Rotisserie
Beef
Rotisserie
Lamb / Mutton
Rotisserie
Pork
Rotisserie
Kebabs
Grill
Pork chop
Grill
All cooking was done at shelf position "1".
Cooking
°C
Cooking
time
Tips
Recipes
Cooking
method
Braised cabbage Conv cooking
Quantity
for 6
Cooking
°C
Cooking
time
200-220°C
1 hour
200-220°C
1 hour/kg
Pâté en croûte
Conv cooking
Chicory with
gruyere
Fan cooking
for 6
180-200°C
25-30 min
Potatoes in their
jackets
Fan cooking
for 6
200-220°
about 1 hour
Soufflé
savoury/sweet
Fan cooking
for 6
180-200°C
50-60 min
Stuffed tomatoes Fan cooking
6-8 pieces
Tips
Ø 22
200-220°C 40-45 min
Leek
flan
Fan + lower
element
for 6
220°C
35-40 min
Quiche Lorraine
Fan + lower
element
for 6
220°C
45-50 min
Toast with crottin* Turbo grill
6 pieces
210°C
3 min to toast
one side +
4 min/crottin
Dauphiné cheeseTurbo grill
topped dish
6 portions
200°C
45 min
Oval
earthenware
Toulouse
sausages*
4 pieces
210°C
2 x 10 min
turn over in
mid cookin
Flat steak
pan
Turbo grill
Flat steak
pan
All the cooking was done at shelf position "1" except cooking marked thus "*",
which rquires cooking at a middle position.
Avoid using shiny tins, they reflect the heat and can spoil your cakes. If your cakes brown
too quickly, cover them with grease-proof paper or aluminium foil. Caution: the correct
way to use foil is with the shiny side in towards the cake. If not the heat is reflected by the
shiny surface and does not penetrate the food. Avoid opening the door during the first 20
to 25 minutes of cooking: soufflés, brioches, sponge cakes, etc. will tend to fall. You can
check if cakes are done by pricking the centre with a knife blade or metal knitting needle.
If the blade comes out nice and dry, your cake is ready and you can stop cooking. If the
blade comes out moist or with bits of cake attached, continue baking but slightly lower the
thermostat so that it is finished off without burning.
Recipe
Cooking
method
Quantity
Cookin
°C
Cake
Conv cooking
1,5 kg
Conv cooking
Pound cake
Cooking
time
Shelf
level
180-200°C
50-60 min
1
for 6
200-220°C
40-50 min
1
Conv cooking
1,5 kg
200-220°C
45-50 min
1
Filled pie
Conv cooking
for 6
200-220°C
40-45 min
1
Brioche
Fan cooking
800 grs
200°C
40-45 min
1
Sponge cake
Fan cooking
180-200°C
35-40 min
1
mould Ø27
Genoese cake Fan cooking
180-200°C
30-35 mi
1
mould Ø27
Fruit tart in
batter
Tips
Ø 27
Ø 27
Choux pastry
Fan cooking
40 piece
190°C
35 mi
1/3
2 trays
Pastry base
Fan cooking
for 6
180-200°C
20-30 min
1
Ø 27
Puff pastry
Fan cooking
6 pieces
200°C
15-20 min
1
e.g.
Bouchée
Meringues
Fan + Lower
element*
1 tray
80-85°C
4
hours
1
Øprofiteroles
Fan + Lower
element*
for
220°C
35-40 min
1
Fan + Lower
element*
6 piece
190°C
30-35 min
1
Fruit tart
St Honoré
* with fan and lower element, we recommend preheating with fan cooking to save
time.
INSTALLATION
Installing a domestic appliance can be a complicated operation which, if not carried
out correctly, can seriously affect consumer safety.
It is for this reason that the task should be undertaken by a professionally qualified
person who will carry it out in accordance with the technical regulations in force.
In the event that this advice is ignored and the installation is carried out by an un
qualified person, the manufacturer declines all responsibility for any technical failure
of the product whether or not it results in damage to goods or inyury to individuals.
Installation is the customer’s responsibility. The manufacturer has no obligation to carry this
out. If the assistance of the manufacturer is required to rectify faults arising from incorrect
installation, this assistance is not covered by the guarantee.
The installation instructions for professionally qualified personnel must be followed. Incorrect
installation may cause harm or injury to people, animals or things. The manufacturer cannot
be held responsible for such harm or injury.
FITTING THE OVEN INTO THE KITCHEN UNIT
Fit the oven into the space provided in the kitchen unit: it may be fitted underneath a work
top or into an upright cupboard.
Fix the oven in position by screwing into place, using the four fixing holes in the frame.
To locate the fixing holes, open the oven door and look inside.
To allow adequate ventilation, the measurements and distances indicated in the diagram on
page 21 be adhered to when fitting the oven.
IMPORTANT
If the oven is to work properly, the kitchen housing must be suitable.
The panels of the kitchen unit that are next to the oven must be made of a heat resistant
material. Ensure that the glues of units made of veneered wood can withstand temperatures
of at least 120 °C. Plastics or glues that cannot withstand such temperatures will melt and
deform the unit. Once the oven has been lodged inside the unit, the electrical parts must be
completely insulated. This is a legal safety requirement. All guards must be firmly fixed into
place so that it impossible to remove them without using special tools.
Remove the back of the kitchen unit to ensure an adequate current of air circulates
around the oven.
INSTALLATION: “ELECTRICAL CONNECTION”
The mains electricity supply connected to the appliance should comply with the norms in
force in the country of installation.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage that may be caused by
unsuitable or unreasonable use.
Warning:
• Always check before any electrical operation, the supply voltage shown on the electricity
meter, the adjustment of the circuit-breaker, the continuity of the connection to earth of the
installation and that the fuse is suitable.
• The electrical connection to the installation should be made via a socket with a plug with
earth, or via an omnipole cut-out switch with an opening gap of at least 3 mm.
• The yellow/green wire of the power supply cable must be connected to the earth of both
power supply and appliance terminals.
• The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any accidents resulting from the use
of an appliance which is not connected to earth, or with a faulty earth connection continuity.
• Any queries regarding the power supply cord should be referred to After Sales Service
or a qualified technician.
• The yellow-green earthing cable must not be governed by the ON/OFF switch. The socket
or the ON/OFF switch used for connecting to the power supply must be easily accessible
when the oven has been installed.
• Important: During installation, position the power cable in such a way that it will not
subjected to temperatures of above 50°C at any point.
• The cabling and wiring system must be able to bear the maximum electric power required
by the oven. This is indicated on the specifications plate.
If you are in any doubt at all, use the services of a professionally qualified person.
• WARNING: the voltage and the supply frequency are showed on the rating plate
- Operations to be carried out to make the connection:
• Open the cover located behind the oven
• The oven must be in situation as shown:
• Choose the supply cord in accordance with the recommendations in the table
• Pass the supply cord into the clamp.
• Strip the end of each conductor of the supply cord a 10 mm length, by taking in account
the cord for the connection on the terminal block.
• According to the installation, fix the conductor as shown on the chart.
• Engage the earth wire yellow/green on the earth terminal, tighten the nut and verify the
continuity of the earth.
• Secure the cable clamp.
• Fix the cover.
CABLE
Area
Section
3 G 2,5 mm
H05V2V2-F
Connection to
the terminal
block
E
PH N
L - Phase
Shunt
1
N - Neutral
Shunt
2
Earth
IMPORTANT: Blue wire = Neutral
Yellow/green wire = Earth
07-2006
Cod. 44003247
This appliance is marked according to the
European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human
health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product.
The symbol on the product indicates that this
product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall
be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling
of electrical and electronic equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local
environmental regulations for waste disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and
recycling of this product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
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