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ROSIERES RFO465NX User manual
FOURS ENCASTRABLES
NOTICE D’EMPLOI ET D’INSTALLATION
OVENS
USER INSTRUCTIONS
USINES DE ROSIÈRES - 30, rue Y. LACELLE - Rosières - 18400 - Lunery - France
FR
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SOMMAIRE
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Conseils De Sécurité...........................................................................03
1. Instructions Generales
...........................................................................03
1.1 Declaration De Conformité: ...........................................................04
1.2 Consignes De Securite ...................................................................04
1.3 Installation ....................................................................................04
1.4 Mise En Place Du Four Dans Son Meuble .....................................04
1.5 Important ........................................................................................04
1.6 Alimentation Electrique ..................................................................04
1.7 Equipement Du Four ......................................................................04
1.8 Retrait Et Nettoyage Des Grilles .....................................................04
2. Consignes Utiles
........................................................................05
2.1 Grilles Du Four, Nouveau Système D’arrêt ....................................05
2.2 La Cuisson Au Gril .........................................................................05
2.3 Selon Modèle Le Pack U-cook ......................................................05
2.4 Selon Modèle Le Pack U-see .......................................................05
2.5 Temps De Cuisson...........................................................................05
2.6 Conseils De Nettoyage Et D’entretien ...........................................05
2.7 Hydro Pure .....................................................................................05
2.8 Assistance Technique ....................................................................05
3. Utilisation ........................................................................................06
3.1 Utilisation Du Minuteur Sonore .......................................................06
3.2 Utılısatıon Du Mınuteur Coupe-cırcuıt ............................................06
3.3 Horloge À Commande Sensitive .....................................................06
3.4 Reglage De L'heure .......................................................................06
3.5 Utilisation Du Programmateur A Aiguille .........................................07
3.6 Reglage De L'heure ......................................................................07
3.7 Utilisation Du Programmateur Electronique (type A) .......................08
4. Instructions Pour L’utilisation ......................................................09
5. Temps De Cuisson ...................................................................10-11
CONTENTS
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Safety Instructions ...........................................................................12
1. General Warnings ...........................................................................12
1.1 Declaration Of Compliance ...........................................................12
1.2 Safety Hints ...................................................................................13
1.3 Installation ......................................................................................13
1.4 Fitting The Oven Into The Kitchen Unit ..........................................13
1.5 Important ........................................................................................13
1.6 Connecting To The Power Supply ...................................................13
1.7 Oven Equipment (according To The Model) ....................................13
1.8 Removing and cleaning wire racks ................................................13
2. Useful Tips .......................................................................................14
2.1 Shelf Safety System ........................................................................14
2.2 Grilling .............................................................................................14
2.3 The U-Cook Models
..................................................................................14
2.4 According to Model U_See .............................................................14
2.5 Cooking Time
............................................................14
.................................................................................14
2.6 Cleaning and Maintanance
2,7 Hydro Pure .....................................................................................14
2.8 Service Centre ................................................................................14
3. Timer ................................................................................................15
3.1 Using The Minute Minder ................................................................15
3.2 Using The End Of Cooking Timer ....................................................15
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3.3 Use Of The Touch Clock Programmer
3.4 Setting The Correct Time ................................................................15
3.5 Use Of Analogue Clock Programmer...............................................16
3.6 Setting The Correct Time.................................................................16
3.7 Use The Electronic Programmer (type A) .......................................17
4. Operating Instructions ....................................................................18
5. Tables Of Cooking Times...........................................................19-20
CONSEILS DE SÉCURITÉ
1. INSTRUCTIONS GENERALES
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1.1 DECLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ:
1.6 ALIMENTATION ELECTRIQUE
1.2 CONSIGNES DE SECURITE
1.7 EQUIPEMENT DU FOUR
EQUIPEMENT DIFFERENT SELON LE TYPE DE FOUR
Attention : en cuisson autre que les modes Grilloir,Tournebroche, et
Turbo-gril, le plat récolte-sauce doit être retiré du four.
Ne jamais utiliser le plat récolte-sauce
comme plat à rôtir, il en résulterait des
dégagements de fumée, des projections
de graisse et un encrassement rapide du
four.
1.3 INSTALLATION
1.4 MISE EN PLACE DU FOUR DANS SON MEUBLE
1.8 Retrait et nettoyage des grilles:
1- Dévissez les écrousen
les tournantdans le sens
inverse des aiguilles d’une
montre.
2-Retirez lesgrillesen les
A
tirantdoucement vers vous.
3- Mettez les grilles
directement au lavevaisselle ou lavez-les
simplement avec une
éponge humide et veillez à
bien les essuyer.
4-Une fois les grilles
nettoyées, remettez les doucement dans le four.
5-Fixer lesécrous en les tournant dans le sens des aiguilles d’une
montre.
1.5 IMPORTANT
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2. CONSIGNES UTILES
2.1 GRILLES DU FOUR, NOUVEAU SYSTÈME
D’ARRÊT
2.6 CONSEILS DE NETTOYAGE ET D’ENTRETIEN
2.3 Selon modèle Le PACK
2.7 HYDRO PURE
2.4 Selon modèle
300
ml
2.8 ASSISTANCE TECHNIQUE
2.5 TEMPS DE CUISSON
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3. UTILISATION
3.1 UTILISATION DU MINUTEUR SONORE
3.2 UTILISATION DU MINUTEUR COUPE-CIRCUIT
Lecture temps
Sélectionné
3.3 HORLOGE À COMMANDE SENSITIVE
BUT
FONCTION
MINUTEUR
TEMPS
DE CUISSON
HEURE DE FIN
DE CUISSON
•Appuyer 1 foi sur la touche
centrale.
•Appuyer sur les touches "-"ou
"+" pour régler la dureé
•Relâcher les touches.
•A la fin de la durée
sélectionnée, le minuteur se
coupe et un signal sonore
retentit (il s'arrête automatiquement, mais pour le stopper de
suite, appuyer sur la touche
SELECT
•Appuyer 2 fois sur la touche
centrale.
•Appuyer sur les touches "-" ou
"+" pour régler la durée
•Relâcher les touches
•Choisir la fonction de cuisson
avec le bouton de sélection
•Sélectionner la durée de la
•Pour arrêter le signal, appuyer sur
cuisson des alimentes dans le l'une des touches au choix.
four
Appuyer sur la touche centrale
•Pour visualiser le temps
pour retourner à la fonction horloge.
restant appuyer la touche
SELECT.
•Pour modifier le temps restant •Cette fonction est utilisée pour des
appuyer la touche SELECT + "-" cuissons que l'on peut programmer
à l'avance. Par exemple, votre plat
ou "+"
doit cuire 45 mn et être prêt à 12:30;
•Mémoriser l'heure de fin de
•A l'heure sélectionnée le four
réglez alors simplement la durée sur
s'éteint tout seul; pour l'arrêter cuisson
45 mn et l'heure de fin de cuisson
•Pour visualiser l'heure 3 fois
en avant il est nécessaire de
sur 12:30.
porter le bouton de sélection en •Pour modifier l'heure
•Quand le temps de cuisson est
sélectionnée appuyer sur les
position O.
écoulé, la cuisson s'arrête automati
touche SELECT +"-" ou "+"
quemen et l'alarme sonne quelques
secondes.
La cuisson commencera automatiquement à 11:45 (12:30 moins
45 mn) et continuera jusqu'à ce
que l'heure de fin de cuisson soit
atteinte.
A ce moment, le tour s'arrêtera
automatiq uement
•3 fois
•Appuyer sur les touches "-"ou
"+" pour régler la durée
•Relâcher les touches
•Choisir la fonction de cuisson
avec le bouton de sélection
SECURITE
ENFANT
•Emission d'un signal sonore à
la fin d'un temps sélectionné
•Durant l'utilisation, l'écran
affiche le temps restant.
•II permet d'utiliser le programmateur du four comme un rêveilmémoire
(il peut être utilisé avec le four
allumé ou éteint).
•A la fin du temps de cuisson,
lefoursera automatiquementmis
horsfonction. Si vous souhaitez
arreter la cuisson avant, vous
pouvez soit positionner le
bouton de selection sur o, soit
régler le temps de cuisson à
0:00. (touches SELECT+"-" et "+")
3.4 REGLAGE DE L'HEURE
00:00
ATTENTION: la première opération à exécuter après l'installation ou après une coupure de courant (de
telles situations se reconnaissent parce que le atticheur est sur 12:00 et clignote)est réglage de l'heure,
comme décrit ci-dessus
•Appuyer 1 foi sur la touche centrale.
•Régler l'heure à l'aide des boutons "-" "+" .
•Relâcher les touches.
ATTENTION: Le four fonctionne uniquement si l'horloge est réglée.
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(F)
11
12
1
10
2
3
(E)
8
4
7
6
5
3.6 REGLAGE DE L'HEURE
Pour la mise à l'heure, appuyer et tourner dans le sens contraire
des aiguilles d'une montre la manette jusqu'à lecture de l'heure
exacte et relâcher la manette.
ATTENTION: le four fonctionne seulement s'il est sur la position
manuel
ou cuisson programmée
BUT
FONCTION COMMENT L’UTILISER COMMENT L’ARRETER
•Tourner la manette dans le
•Ramener le bouton de
sélection en position O.
•Avant de commencer choisir
la température et la fonction
désirées
•Sélectionner la durée de
cuisson en tournant la
manette dans le sens
horaire jusqu'à faire coïncider
le temps sélectionné dans le
cadran (E).
•La cuisson part immédiatement et termine automatiquement à la fin du temps
sélectionné
•Durée max cuisson 180
minutes (3 heures)
•A la fin de la durée réglée, le •Sélectionner la durée de cuisson •Quand le temps de cuisson est écoulé, la
four s'arrête automatiquement des alimentes
cuisson s'arrête automatiquement et la
et une sonnerie retentit.
sonnerie sonne quelques secondes.
•Pour arrêter la fonction
réglée, tourner la manette
jusqu'à faire coïncider
Avec l'indice du cadran (E)
•Avant le réglage, sélectionner
la température et la fonction
désiré. Tourner la manette
dans le sens horaire (sans
appuyer). Jusq’à visualiser le
symbole dans de cadran(E)
•Sélectionner l'heure de
début de cuisson: tirer et
tourner la manette dans le
sens horaire jusqu'à faire
coïncider l'aiguille (F) avec
l'heure de début de cuisson
désirée
•Sélectionner la durée de
cuisson: tourner, sans
appuyer, la manette dans le
sens horaire jusqu'à faire
coïncider le temps
sélectionner avec l'indice du
cadran (E)
•Permet de programmer une
•A l'heure programmée, la
fonction s'arrête automatique- cuisson de manière à ce que le
ment et est signalée par une mets soit prêt à l'heure désirée.
sonnerie.
•Pour arrêter avant la fonction
réglée, tourner la manette
dans le sens horaire jusqu'à
faire coïncider
avec
l'indice du cadran (E)
•La sonnerie doit être
interrompue manuellement en
tournant la manette jusqu'à
faire coïncider avec l'indice
du cadran (E)
FONCTION- sens horaire (sans appuyer)
NEMENT jusqu'à visualiser le symbole
dans le cadran (E)
MANUEL
TEMPS
DE
CUISSON
HEURE
DE FIN
DE
CUISSON
Á QUOI SERT-IL ?
•Faire fonctionner le four
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•Réaliser les cuissons désirées
•Exemple : le mets désiré doitcuire 45
minutes et je désire qu'il soit prêt pour 12:30,
dans ce cas
- Sélectionner la fonction
- Régler l'heure de début de cuisson à 11 :45
(12:30 moins 45 minutes)
- Régler la durée de cuisson à 45 minutes
A la fin de la cuisson, le four s'arrête
automatiquement.
3.7
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4. INSTRUCTIONS POUR L’UTILISATION
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5. TEMPS DE CUISSON
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5. TEMPS DE CUISSON
Le présent appareil est marqué conformément à
la directive 2012/19/UE relative aux déchets
d'équipements électriques et électroniques
(DEEE). Les DEEE contiennent à la fois des
substances polluantes (qui peuvent avoir des
conséquences négatives sur l'environnement)
et
des éléments de base (réutilisables). Il est
important de soumettre les DEEE à des
traitements spécifiques, en vue d'extraire et
d'éliminer de façon appropriée toutes les substances polluantes,
puis de récupérer et recycler tous les matériaux.
Chacun peut jouer un rôle important quant à la protection de
l'environnement contre les DEEE. Pour atteindre cet objectif, il
est impératif de suivre quelques règles élémentaires :
• Les DEEE ne doivent pas être traités comme des déchets
ménagers.
• Ils doivent être remis aux points de collecte appropriés gérés par
la municipalité ou par des sociétés immatriculées. Dans plusieurs
pays, il est possible de collecter à domicile les DEEE volumineux.
• Lorsque vous achetez un nouvel appareil, vous devez retourner
l'ancien au vendeur qui le récupère gratuitement, au cas par cas,
à condition que l'équipement soit de type équivalent et possède
les mêmes fonctions que celui fourni.
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1.1 DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE
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1.2 SAFETY HINTS
1.7 OVEN EQUIPMENT (according to the model)
1.3 INSTALLATION
1.4 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.
(Fig.on last page).
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 last page must be adhered to when fixing the oven.
Note: For ovens that are combined with a hob unit the instructions
contained in the manual for the hob unit must be followed.
1.5 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 is
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. The hob must have a
rear gap of at least 45 mm.
1.8 Removing and cleaning wire racks
A
racks in reverse order.
5- Replace the knurled nuts.
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1- Remove the knurled
nuts by turning them
counter clockwise.
2- Remove the wire racks
by pulling them towards
yourself.
3- To clean the wire racks
either put them in the
dishwasher or use a wet
sponge, ensuring that they
are dried afterwards.
4- After the cleaning
process install the wire
2. USEFUL TIPS
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 SELF-CLEANING OVEN WITH CATALYTIC LINING).
Use detergents and abrasive metal pads like «brillo pads» for the
stainless steel grills.
The glass surfaces facia panel, 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.
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
2.2 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 on the proportions of the food (see fig.
page 7).
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.
2.3 The
2.7 HYDRO PURE
The HYDRO PURE procedure uses steam to help remove
remaining fat and food particles from the oven.
1. Pour 300 ml of water into the HYDRO PURE container at the
bottom of the oven.
2. Set the oven function to Static (
)or Bottom (
)heater
3. Set the temperature to the HYDRO PURE icon
4. Allow the program to operate for 30 minutes.
5. After 30 minutes switch off the program and allow the oven to
cool down.
6. When the appliance is cool, clean the inner surfaces of the oven
with a cloth.
MODELS
Ovens have an electronic control of the fan speed, called
and patented VARIOFAN. During the cooking, this system changes
automatically the speed of the fan (in multifunction mode) in order to
optimize the air flow and the internal temperature in the cavity of the
oven.
All
ovens feature the
function.
This allows a management of the distribution of moisture
and temperature. It reduces the loss of humidity of the 50
%, which guarantees the food remains tender and tastes
better. This a delicate cooking is recommended for the
baking of the bread and pastry.
Warning
Make sure that the appliance is cool before you touch it.
Care must be taken with all hot surfaces as there is a risk of burns.
Use distilled or drinkable water.
It reduces the time of preheating of ovens: only 8 minutes
to reach 200 degrees Celsius.
It gives the possibility of setting level and intensity of
grilling, up to 50 % more power in comparison with a
traditional multifunction oven.
Some ovens are equipped with the new door " WIDE DOOR " which
has a larger window area, this allows better maintenance and a
improved thermal insulation.
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ml
2.4 According to the model
Is an illumination system which replaces the traditional « light
bulb ». 14 LED lights are integrated within the door. These produce
white high quality illumination which enables to view the inside of the
oven with clarity without any shadows on all the shelves.
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 specifications plate (see fig. On last page).
The oven is supplied with a guarantee certificate that ensures that it
will be repaired free of charge by the Service Centre
2.5 COOKING TIME
For recommended cooking times and temperatures the first time you
use the oven, refer to the tables on pages 19,20. You may then wish to
vary these times and settings in the light of your own experience.
2.6 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.
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3. TIMER
3.1 USING THE MINUTE TIMER
3.2 USING THE END OF COOKING TIMER
To set the cooking time, turn dial one
complete revolution and then position the
index to the required time. When the time
has lapsed, the signal will ring for a few
seconds.
20
100 110 12
0
10
90
30 40 5
0
This control enables to set the desired
cooking time (max. 120 min.) the oven
will automatically switch off at the end of
the set time.
The timer will count down from the set
time return to the O position and switch
off automatically.
For normal use of oven set the timer to
the
position.
To set the oven ensure the timer is not
on the O position.
70 80
60
Reading of the
time selected
3.3 USE OF TOUCH CONTROL CLOCK PROGRAMMER
HOWTO SWITCH ITOFF
FUNCTION
MINUTE
MINDER
COOKING
TIME
END OF
COOKING
KEY LOCK
•Push the central button
1 times
•Press the buttons "-" "+"
to set the required time
•Release all the buttons
•When the set time as
elapsed an audible alarm
is activated (this alarm will
stop on its own, however it
can be stopped immediately
by pressing the button)
SELECT.
•Push the central button
2 times
•Press the buttons
"-" or "+"
to set the lenght of
cooking required
•Release all buttons
•Set the cooking function
with the oven function
selector
•Push the central button
3 times
•Press the buttons "-" "+"
to set the time at which
you wish the oven to
switch off
•Release the buttons
•Set the cooking function
with the oven function
selector
•Child Lock function is
activated by touching Set (+)
for a minimum of 5 seconds.
From this moment on all
other function are locked and
the display will flash STOP
and preset time intermittently.
•Allows to use the oven as
alarm clock (could be
activated either with
operating the oven or with
out operating the oven)
•Push any button to stop
the signal. Push the central
button to return to the clock
function
•Enables you to set the
end of cooking time
•To check the preset time
push the central button
3 times
•To modify the preset
time press buttons
SELECT + "-" "+"
•Child Lock function is
deactivated by touching
touchpad Set (+) again for a
minimum of 5 seconds. From
this moment on all functions
are selectable again.
3.4 SETTING THE CORRECT TIME
00:00
•Sounds an alarm at the
end of the set time.
•During the process, the
display shows the
remaining time.
•Push the central button 4 times
•Set time with "-" "+" buttons.
•Release all buttons.
ATTENTION: The oven will only operate providing the clock is set.
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Red hand
(start of cooking time) (F)
11
12
1
10
2
3
(E)
8
4
7
6
5
3.6 SETTING THE CORRECT TIME
To set the correct time push and turn clockwise the knob until the
clock shows the correct time. Once this is done release the
control.
ATTENTION : the oven only operates if set on manual function
or preset time.
WHAT IT DOES
FUNCTION
MANUAL
FUNCTION
COOKING
TIME
END OF
COOKING
(Not available
on model 2D 364.)
WHAT IT IS FOR
•Turn the control knob
clockwise, without pushing,
until the symbol appears
in the window (E)
•Turn the oven function
selector to position O.
•Enables you to operate the
oven.
•For cooking the desired
recipes
•First of all select the
cooking function and the
temperature required
•Set the length of cooking
required by turning the
control knob clockwise
until the time matches the
length of time shown in the
window (E)
•The oven will start
immediately and it will
switch off automatically at
the end of the preset time
•Max time 180 minutes
(3 hours)
•At the end of the set time
the oven will switch off
automatically, this is
indicated by an audible
alarm.
• To cancel the setting turn
the control knob until the
symbol appears in the
window (E)
•It allows you to preset the
cooking time required for
the recipe chosen.
•At the end of the cooking
time set, the oven will
switch off automatically
and an audible alarm will
ring.
•First of all select the
cooking function and the
temperature required.
•Turn the control knob
clockwise, without pushing,
until the symbol
appears
in the window (E)
•To set the cooking start
time pull and turn the
control knob clockwise
until the hand F is in the
position indicating the start
time required.
• To set the length of
cooking required turn
clockwise the control knob
without pushing it, until the
time required appears in
the window (E).
•At the end of cooking time
set the oven will switch off
automatically and an
audible alarm will ring.
•To cancel the set function
turn the control knob
anticlockwise until the
symbol
appears in the
window (E)
•The alarm have to be
stopped by turning the
control knob until the
symbol
appears in the
window (E)
•Enables to program the
oven so that the recipe is
ready at the desired time
•Example: if the dish has
to be cooked for 45
minutes and needs to be
ready by 12:30;
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- Select the required
function
- Set start cooking time at
11:45 (12:30 minus 45
minutes)
- Set cooking time at 45
minutes
At the end of cooking the
oven will automatically
switch off.
1. Minute Minder or Auto light
2. Lights
3. Function with fan
4. Function with VARIOFAN
5. Defrost
6. Display for Temperature or Time
7. Setting buttons
8. Function selector knob
9. Function Timer knob
* according to the model
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 showing12:00) is setting the correct time.
The Led “°” of the temperature indicator pulsates until the pre-set temperature is not reached.
HOT : When a cooking program is finished, if the oven is still hot, « HOT » appears on the display, alternately with the time
displays, even if the two function selectors are switched on OFF.
WHAT IT DOES ?
WHAT IT IS FOR ?
• Rotate the left function
selector to the position
" Silence mode “
• Rotate the left function
selector to the position
“Set the time”.
• Use the buttons " + " or
" - " to set the time
• Rotate the function
selector to the position
OFF.
• Rotate the function
selector to the position
OFF.
• Enables you to turn off the
sound of the minute
minder
• Enables you to set the
time which appears on the
display
• To turn off the sound of the
minute minder
• Turn the right function
selector to a cooking
function
• Rotate the left function
selector to the position
"Cooking Time Duration"
• Set the time of cooking
by using buttons " + " and
"-"
• Lighting Auto appears
•When the cooking time has
elapsed, the oven switch off
automatically and the alarm
rings for few seconds To stop
the cooking functions early,
turn the function control to
OFF or set the time on 00.00;
by rotating the function
selector to Cooking Time
Duration and by using the
buttons " + " and " - “
• It allows to preset the
cooking time required for
the recipe chosen.
• When the cooking time is
set, turn the function
selector toOFF to go back
to actual time.
• To view the cooking time
selected, turn the left
function selector to
Cooking Time duration.
• For cooking the desired
recipes
• Turn the right function
selector to a cooking
function
• Rotate the left function
selector to the position
"End of cooking"
• Set the end time of
cooking by using buttons
" + " and " - "
• Lighting Auto appears
• When the cooking time
has elapsed, the oven
switch off automatically.
• To stop the cooking
functions early, turn the
function control to OFF
• It allows to preset the end
of cooking time you want.
• When the cooking time is
set, turn the function
selector to OFF to go back
to actual time.
• To view the cooking time
selected, turn the left
function selector to End of
cooking Time
• This function is used for
cooking we want to program
in advance. For example,
your recipe needs to be
cooked 45 min and to be
ready at 12.30pm ; simply
set the cooking time
duration on 45 min and the
end of cooking time on
12.30pm.
The cooking will start
automatically at 11.45
(12.30 minus 45 min) and
will continue until the preset
end of cooking time,
then the oven will switch
itself off automatically
• Turn the left function
selector to the position
Minute Minder
• Set the time of cooking
by using buttons “+”and “-”
• Set the time on 00.00 by
turning the left function
selector to the position
Minute Minder, and using
the button " - “
• Sounds an alarm at a few
seconds at the end of the
set time
• Allow to use the oven as
alarm even if the oven is
switch off
• Turn the left function
selector to the position
Child lock.
Press the button " + "
during 3 seconds
• Child lock is available
when " STOP " appears
on display
• Turn back the left function
selector to Child lock and
press button " + " during 3
seconds
• Indication STOP
disappears
• The oven cannot be used
Useful especially when
children are at home
FUNCTION
SILENCE MODE
SET THE TIME
COOKING TIME
DURATION
END OF
COOKING TIME
MINUTEMINDER
CHILD LOCK
17 GB
• To set the time
NB : Set the time when
you first install your oven
or just after a black out
(the clock is showing a
pulsating 12.00)
4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
crispy.
time
large
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5. TABLES OF COOKING TIMES
The overall suggested cooking times set out below are intended as a rough guide only. They may in fact vary according to the quality, the freshness,
the size and the thickness of the food cooked and of course cooking time is also partly a matter of taste. Let the food stand for a few minutes before
serving because the ingredients continue cooking after they have been removed from the oven.
Shelf position
4
3
2
1
HANDY TIP: Lower the temperature so as to avoid the surface of the
food becoming hard and dry.
Electric fan oven
Static electric oven
Quantity
Shelf
Time
of cooking
in minutes
Oven
temperature
Shelf
Time
of cooking
in minutes
Oven
temperature
Lasagne
Kg 3,5
2
70 ÷ 75
220
2
60 ÷ 65
200
Put the lasagne into an unheated oven
Cannelloni
Oven baked
pasta
Kg 1,8
2
50 ÷ 60
220
2
40 ÷ 50
200
Put the cannelloni into an unheated oven
Kg 2,5
2
55 ÷ 60
220
2
45 ÷ 50
200
Put the oven baked pasta into an
unheated oven
30 ÷ 35
10
(pre-heating)
180
Form the dough into a loaf and make a
cross with a knife on top of the dough
leave the dought to rise for at least 2
hours. Grease the baking tin and put the
dough in the middle of it.
Food
Remarks
• Pasta
• Baking (not cakes)
35
10
(pre-heating)
200
2
1
25 ÷ 35
190
1
20 ÷ 25
190
1
30 ÷ 35
220
2
25 ÷ 30
200
Place 24 vol au vents in the oven and
bake.
180
Warm the oven for 15 minutes, grease
the baking tray, season the 4 focaccia
with oil and salt and leave them to rise at
room temperature for at least 2 hours
before put ting them in the oven.
Bread
Kg 1
di pasta
2
Pizza
Kg 1
Pastry (frozen)
vol au vents
n° 24
Focaccia
(n° 4)
gr. 200 of
dough each
2
25 ÷ 30
200
2
20 ÷ 25
• Meat
All meats can be roasted in shallow or deep roasting trays.
It is advisable to cover the shallow trays to avoid splattering the sides of the oven with grease.
The roasting times are the same whether the meat has been covered up or not.
Whole joint of
beef
Kg 1
3
70 ÷ 80
220
3
50 ÷ 60
200
Put the meat into a deep Pyrex dish and
season with salt and pepper; turn the
meat half way through cooking.
Joint of
deboned
Kg 1
2
100 ÷ 110
220
2
80 ÷ 90
200
Cook the meat in a covered Pyrex dish
with herbs, spice, oil and butter.
Kg 1,3
1
90 ÷ 110
220
2
90 ÷ 100
200
Cook as indicated above
Kg 1
2
80 ÷ 90
220
2
80 ÷ 90
200
Cook as indicated above.
Cover the trout with salt, oil and onions
and cook in a Pyrex dish.
Joint of
deboned veal
Joint of
fillet of beef
•• Fish
Fish
Trout
Salmon
Sole
Bream
3 whole trout
or / Kg 1
700 g
2,5 cm slice
2
40 ÷ 45
220
2
35 ÷ 40
200
2
30 ÷ 35
220
2
30 ÷ 25
200
Kg 1
2
40 ÷ 45
220
2
35 ÷ 40
200
2 whole ones
2
40 ÷ 45
220
2
35 ÷ 40
200
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Cook the salmon in an open Pyrex dish
with salt, pepper and oil.
Cook the sole with salt and a spoonful
of oil.
5. TABLES OF COOKING TIMES
Electric fan oven
Static electric oven
Shelf
Time
of cooking
in minutes
Oven
temperature
Shelf
Time
of cooking
in minutes
Oven
temperature
Kg 1-1,3
2
60 ÷ 80
220
2
60 ÷ 70
200
Kg 1,5-1,7
2
110 ÷ 120
220
2
100 ÷ 110
200
Follow the procedure for cooking the
guinea fowl.
Kg 1-1,2
2
55 ÷ 65
220
2
50 ÷ 60
200
Put all the pieces of the same size in the
glazed tray.Season with herbs and spices.
Turn the pieces as and when required.
Coconut cake
baked in a tin
1
55
180
1
50
160
Sponge cake
1
55
175
1
40 ÷ 45
160
Carrot cake
baked in a tin
1
65
180
1
50 ÷ 60
160
700 gr
1
40
200
2
30 ÷ 35
180
Fennel
800 gr
1
70 ÷ 80
220
1
60 ÷ 70
200
Cut the fennel into four pieces, add
butter, salt and potatoes if required and
place in a Pyrex face up. Cover the dish.
Courgettes
800 gr
1
70
220
1
60 ÷ 70
200
Slice the courgettes, place in a Pyrex
dish and add butter and salt.
Potatoes
800 gr
2
60 ÷ 65
220
2
60 ÷ 65
200
Carrots
800 gr
1
80 ÷ 85
220
1
70 ÷ 80
200
Slice the carrots, place in a Pyrex dish and
cook.
Whole apples
Kg 1
1
45 ÷ 55
220
2
45 ÷ 55
200
Bake the fruit in an open Pyrex or earthenware dish. Leave it to cool inside the oven.
Pears
Kg 1
1
45 ÷ 55
220
2
45 ÷ 55
200
Follow procedure above.
Peaches
Kg 1
1
45 ÷ 55
220
2
45 ÷ 55
200
Follow procedure above.
Quantity
Food
Remarks
• Rabbits and Poultry
Guinea fowl
Chicken
Rabbit pieces
• Cakes
Apricot pie
Use a tin that is 22 cm deep. Pre-heat for
10 mins.
Use a tin that is 22 cm deep. Pre-heat for
10 mins.
Use a tin that is 22 cm deep. Pre-heat for
10 mins.
Use a tin that is 22 cm deep. Pre-heat for
10 mins.
• Vegetable
• Fruit
• Grilling
Place the food to be grilled underneath the infra-red grill. Warning: When the grill is on it takes on a bright red colour. Place the tray underneath the grill to
collect juices and fat from the food being grilled.
Squares of
bread for
toasting
4 pieces
4
5
(5 to heat up
grill)
Grill
4
5
(10 to heat up
grill)
Grill
Toasted
sandwiches
4
3
10
(10 to heat up
grill)
Grill
3
5/8
(10 to heat up
grill)
Grill
Sausages
n°6 / Kg 0,9
4
25/30
(5 to heat up
grill)
Grill
4
15/20
(10 to heat up
grill)
Grill
Ribs of beef
n°4 / Kg 1,5
4
25 (5 to
heat up grill)
Grill
4
15/20 (10 to
heat up grill)
Grill
Cut the sausages in half and lay them face
down on the grill. Half way through grilling
turn them over. Every so often, check that
they are being cooked equally all over. (If
this is not happening, turn and reposition
the ones being cooked ether less or more
than the others.
Make sure that the ribs of beef are exposed
to the full effect on the main grill.
Chicken legs
n°4 / Kg 1,5
3
50/60 (5 to
heat up grill)
Grill
3
50/60 (10 to
heat up grill)
Grill
Turn them over twice during grilling
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). WEEE
contains both polluting substances (which can cause negative consequences for the environment) and basic components (which can be
re-used). It is important to have WEEE subjected to specific treatments, in order to remove and dispose properly all pollutants, and recover
and recycle all materials.
Individuals can play an important role in ensuring that WEEE does not become an environmental issue; it is essential to follow some basic
rules:
• WEEE shall not be treated as household waste.
• WEEE shall be handed over to the relevant collection points managed by the municipality or by registered companies. In many countries,
for large WEEE, home collection could be present.
• When you buy a new appliance, the old one may be returned to the retailer who has to collect it free of charge on a one-to-one basis, as
long as the equipment is of equivalent type and has the same functions as the supplied equipment.
20 GB
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INSTALLATION DU FOUR
INSTALLATION
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4x3.5x25
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