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Candy FC7D415NX User manual
USER INSTRUCTION
OVENS
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CANDY HOOVER GROUP S.R.L. • Via Privata Eden Fumagalli • 20047 Brugherio Milano Italy
Safety Indications
• WARNING: the appliance and accessible parts become hot during use.
Be careful not to touch any hot parts.
•WARNING: the accessible parts can become hot when the grill is in
use. Children should be kept at a safe distance.
•WARNING: ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing
the bulb, to avoid the possibility of electric shocks.
•WARNING: in order to avoid any danger caused by the accidental
resetting of the thermal interruption device, the appliance should not
be powered by an external switching device, such as a timer, or be
connected to a circuit that is regularly switched on and off.
•Children under 8 should be kept at a safe distance from the appliance
if not continuously supervised.
•Children should not play with the appliance. The appliance can be
used by those aged 8 or over and by those with limited physical,
sensorial or mental capacities, without experience or knowledge of the
product, only if supervised or provided with instruction as to the
operation of the appliance, in a safe way with awareness of the possible
risks.
•Cleaning and maintenance should not be carried out by unsupervised
children.
•Do not use rough or abrasive materials or sharp metal scrapers to
clean the oven door glasses, as they can scratch the surface and cause
the glass to shatter.
•The oven must be switched off before removing the removable parts
and, after cleaning, reassemble them according the instructions.
•Only use the meat probe recommended for this oven.
•Do not use a steam cleaner.
•Put the plug into a socket equipped with a third contact which
corresponds to the earth and which must be connected and in
operation. For models without a plug, attach a standard plug to the
cable that is able to bear the load indicated on the tag. The earth
conductor is yellow-green in colour. This operation should be carried
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out by a suitably qualified professional. In case of incompatibility
between the socket and the appliance plug, ask a qualified electrician to
substitute the socket with another suitable type. Connection to the
power source can also be made by placing an omnipolar breaker
between the appliance and the power source that can bear the
maximum connected load and that is in line with current legislation. The
yellow-green earth cable should not be interrupted by the breaker. The
socket or omnipolar breaker used for the connection should be easily
accessible when the appliance is installed.
•If the power cable is damaged, it should be substituted with a cable or
special bundle available from the manufacturer or by contacting the
customer service department.
If the cable is damaged, replace it promptly in accordance with the
following instructions:
- open the cover of the terminal block;
- remove the power cable and substitute it with a similar cable which is
compatible with the appliance (type H05VV-F, H05V2V2-F).
•This operation should be carried out by a suitably qualified
professional. The earth conductor (yellow-green) must be
approximately 10 mm longer than the other conductors. For any
repairs, refer only to the Customer Care Department and request the
use of original spare parts.
•Failure to comply with the above can compromise the safety of the
appliance and invalidate the guarantee.
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Summary
General Instructions
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Product Description
7
Use of the Oven
8
Oven Cleaning and Maintenance
11
Troubleshooting
1.1 Safety indications
1.2 Electrical safety
1.3 Recommendations
1.4 Installation
1.5 Waste management
1.6 Conformity declaration
2.1 Overview
2.2 Accessories
2.3 First use
3.1 Display description
3.2 Cooking modes
4.1 General notes on cleaning
4.2 Maintenance
• Removal and cleaning of grills
• Removal of the oven window
• Removal and cleaning of the glass
door
• Changing the bulb
5.1 F.A.Q.
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1. General Instructions
We thank you for choosing one of our products. For the
best results with your oven, you should read this
manual carefully and retain it for future reference.
Before installing the oven, take note of the serial
number so that you can give it to customer service staff
if any repairs are required. Having removed the oven
from its packaging, check that it has not been damaged
during transportation. If you have doubts, do not use
the oven and refer to a qualified technician for advice.
Keep all of the packaging material (plastic bags,
polystyrene, nails) out of the reach of children. When
the oven is switched on for the first time, strong
smelling smoke can develop, which is caused by the glue on the insulation panels surrounding the oven
heating for the first time. This is absolutely normal and, if it occurs, you should wait for the smoke to
dissipate before putting food in the oven. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility in cases where
the instructions contained in this document are not observed.
NOTE: the oven functions, properties and accessories cited in this manual will vary, depending on the
model you have purchased.
1.1 Safety Indications
Only use the oven for its intended purpose, that is only for the cooking of foods; any other use, for
example as a heat source, is considered improper and therefore dangerous. The manufacturer cannot
be held responsible for any damage resulting from improper, incorrect or unreasonable usage.
The use of any electrical appliance implies the observance of some fundamental rules:
- do not pull on the power cable to disconnect the plug from the socket;
- do not touch the appliance with wet or damp hands or feet;
- in general the use of adaptors, multiple sockets and extension cables is not recommended;
- in case of malfunction and/or poor operation, switch off the appliance and do not tamper with it.
1.2 Electrical Safety
ENSURE THAT AN ELECTRICIAN OR QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN MAKES THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.
The power supply to which the oven is connected must conform with the laws in force in the country of
installation. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for any damage caused by the failure to observe
these instructions. The oven must be connected to an electrical supply with an earthed wall outlet or a
disconnector with multiple poles, depending on the laws in force in the country of installation. The
electrical supply should be protected with suitable fuses and the cables used must have a transverse
section that can ensure correct supply to the oven.
CONNECTION
The oven is supplied with a power cable that should only be connected to an electrical supply with 220240 Vac 50 Hz power between the phases or between the phase and neutral. Before the oven is
connected to the electrical supply, it is important to check:
- power voltage indicated on the gauge;
- the setting of the disconnector.
The grounding wire connected to the oven's earth terminal must be connected to the earth terminal of
the power supply.
WARNING
Before connecting the oven to the power supply, ask a qualified electrician to check the continuity of the
power supply's earth terminal. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for any accidents or other
problems caused by failure to connect the oven to the earth terminal or by an earth connection that has
defective continuity.
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NOTE: as the oven could require maintenance work, it is advisable to keep another wall socket available
so that the oven can be connected to this if it is removed from the space in which it is installed. The
power cable must only be substituted by technical service staff or by technicians with equivalent
qualifications.
1.3 Recommendations
After each use of the oven, a minimum of cleaning will help keep the oven perfectly clean.
Do not line the oven walls with aluminium foil or single-use protection available from stores. Aluminium
foil or any other protection, in direct contact with the hot enamel, risks melting and deteriorating the
enamel of the insides. In order to prevent excessive dirtying of your oven and the resulting strong
smokey smells, we recommend not using the oven at very high temperature. It is better to extend the
cooking time and lower the temperature a little. In addition to the accessories supplied with the oven,
we advise you only use dishes and baking moulds resistant to very high temperatures.
1.4 Installation
The manufacturers have 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 belongings. The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for such harm or injury.
The oven can be located high in a column or under a worktop. Before fixing, you must ensure good
ventilation in the oven space to allow proper circulation of the fresh air required for cooling and
protecting the internal parts. Make the openings specified on last page according to the type of fitting.
1.5 Waste management and environmental protection
This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2012/19/EU regarding
electric and electronic appliances (WEEE). The WEEE contain both polluting substances
(that can have a negative effect on the environment) and base elements (that can be
reused). It is important that the WEEE undergo specific treatments to correctly remove and
dispose of the pollutants and recover all the materials. Individuals can play an important
role in ensuring that the WEEE do not become an environmental problem; it is essential to
follow a few basic rules:
- the WEEE should not be treated as domestic waste;
- the WEEE should be taken to dedicated collection areas managed by the town council or a registered
company.
In many countries, domestic collections may be available for large WEEEs. When you buy a new
appliance, the old one can be returned to the vendor who must accept it free of charge as a one-off, as
long as the appliance is of an equivalent type and has the same functions as the purchased appliance.
SAVING AND RESPECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
Where possible, avoid pre-heating the oven and always try to fill it. Open the oven door as infrequently
as possible, because heat from the cavity disperses every time it is opened. For a significant energy
saving, switch off the oven between 5 and 10 minutes before the planned end of the cooking time, and
use the residual heat that the oven continues to generate. Keep the seals clean and in order, to avoid any
heat dispersal outside of the cavity. If you have an electric contract with an hourly tariff, the "delayed
cooking" programme makes energy saving more simple, moving the cooking process to start at the
reduced tariff time slot.
1.6 Declaration of compliance
The parts of this appliance that may come into contact with foodstuffs comply with the provisions of EEC
Directive 89/109.
By placing the
mark on this product, we are confirming compliance to all relevant European safety,
health and environmental requirements which are applicable in legislation for this product.
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2. Product Description
2.1 Overview
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1. Control panel
2. Shelf positions
(lateral wire grid if included)
3. Metal grill
4. Drip pan
5. Fan (behind the steel plate)
6. Oven door
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3
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3
5
2
4
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2.2 Accessories
1
Metal grill
Holds baking trays and plates.
3
Drip pan
2
Drip tray
Collects the residues that drip during the cooking
of foods on the grills.
4
Handle for tray
1
2
3
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2.3 First Use
PRELIMINARY CLEANING
Clean the oven before using for the first time. Wipe over external surfaces with a damp soft cloth. Wash
all accessories and wipe inside the oven with a solution of hot water and washing up liquid. Set the
empty oven to the maximum temperature and leave on for about 1 hour, this will remove any lingering
smells of newness.
3. Use of the Oven
3.1 Display description
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1. Timer
2. Cooking time
3. End of cooking
4. Timer display
5. LCD display adjustment controls
6. Thermostat knob (upper cavity)
7. Function selector knob (upper cavity)
8. Upper cavity signal lamp
9. Thermostat knob (lower cavity)
10. Function selector knob (lower cavity)
11. Lower cavity signal lamp
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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 12:00 ) is setting the correct
time. This is achieved as follows.
•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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FUNCTION
HOW TO ACTIVATE
HOW TO SWITCH
IT OFF
KEY LOCK
•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.
•Child Lock function is
deactivated by touching
touchpad Set (+) again
for a minimum of 5
s e co n d s . F ro m t h i s
moment on all functions
are selectable again.
MINUTE
MINDER
•Push the central
button
1 times
•Press the buttons "-"
"+"
to set the required time
•Release all the buttons
COOKING
TIME
WHAT IT DOES
WHAT IT IS FOR
•When the set time as
elapsed an audible alarm
is activated (this alarm
will stop on its own,
h o we ve r i t ca n b e
stopped immediately by
pressing the button)
SELECT.
•Sounds an alarm at the
end of the set time.
•During the process, the
display shows the
remaining time.
•Allows to use the oven as
alarm clock (could be
a c t i vate d e i t h e r w i t h
operating the oven or with
out operating the oven)
• Push the central
button 2 times
• Press the buttons "-"
or "+"to set the lenght of
cooking required
• Release all buttons
• S et t h e co o k i n g
function with the oven
function selector.
•When the time is
elapsed the oven will
switch off automatically.
Should you wish to stop
cooking earlier either
turn the function
selector to 0, or set time
to 0:00 (SELECT and "-"
"+" buttons)
• It allows to preset the
cooking time required
for the recipe chosen.
• To check how long is
left to run press the
SELECT button 2 Times.
• To alter/change the
preset time press SELECT
and "-" "+" buttons.
•Push any button to stop
the signal. Push the central
button to return to the
clock function.
• Pu s h t h e c e nt ra l
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.
•At the time set, the
oven will switch off. To
switch off manually,
turn the oven
function selector to
position O.
•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 + "-" "+"
•This function is typically
used with “cooking time”
function.
For example if the dish has
to be cooked for 45 minutes
and needs to be ready by
12:30, simply select the
required function, set the
cooking time to 45 minutes
and the end of cooking time
to 12:30.
•At the end of the cooking
set time, the oven will
switch off automatically and
an audible alarm will ring.
•Cooking will start
automatically at 11:45
(12:30 minus 45 mins) and
will continue until the preset end-of-cooking-time,
when the oven will switch
itself off automatically.
WARNING.
If the END of cooking is
selected without setting the
length of cooking time, the
oven will start cooking
immediately and it will stop
at the END of cooking time
set.
END OF
COOKING
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3.2 Cooking Modes
Function
Dial
T °C
default
T °C
range
Function (Depends on the oven model)
LAMP: Turns on the oven light.
40
180
210
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**
40 ÷ 40
DEFROST: When the dial is set to this position. The fan circulates air at room
temperature around the frozen food so that it defrosts in a few minutes
without the protein content of the food being changed or altered.
FAN COOKING: We recommend you use this method for poultry, pastries, fish
50 ÷ 240 and vegetables. Heat penetrates into the food better and both the cooking and
preheating times are reduced. You can cook different foods at the same time
with or without the same preparation in one or more positions. This cooking
50 ÷ 240 method gives even heat distribution and the smells are not mixed.
Allow about ten minutes extra when cooking foods at the same time.
220
CONVENTIONAL COOKING: Both top and bottom heating elements are used.
Preheat the oven for about ten minutes. This method is ideal for all traditional
50 ÷ 280 roasting and baking. For seizing red meats, roast beef, leg of lamb, game, bread,
foil wrapped food (papillotes), flaky pastry. Place the food and its dish on a shelf
in mid position.
210
FAN + LOWER ELEMENT: The bottom heating element is used with the fan
circulating the air inside the oven. This method is ideal for juicy fruit flans, tarts,
50 ÷ 230 quiches and pâté.
It prevents food from drying and encourages rising in cakes, bread dough and
other bottom-cooked food.
Place the shelf in the bottom position.
200
FAN ASSISTED GRILL : use the turbo-grill with the door closed.
The top heating element is used with the fan circulating the air inside the oven.
Preheating is necessary for red meats but not for white meats. Ideal for
150 ÷ 220 cooking thick food items, whole pieces such as roast pork, poultry, etc. Place
the food to be grilled directly on the shelf centrally, at the middle level. Slide
the drip tray under the shelf to collect the juices. Make sure that the food is not
too close to the grill. Turn the food over halfway through cooking.
L3
GRILL : use the grill with the door closed.
The top heating element is used alone and you can adjust the temperature.
Five minutes preheating is required to get the elements red-hot. Success is
guaranteed for grills, kebabs and gratin dishes. White meats should be put at a
distance from the grill; the cooking time is longer, but the meat will be tastier.
You can put red meats and fish fillets on the shelf with the drip tray
underneath. The oven has two grill positions:
Grill: 2140 W
220
L1 ÷ L5
FUNCTION PIZZA: this function with hot air circulated in the oven ensure
50 ÷ 280 perfect result for dishes such as pizza or focaccia.
*Tested in accordance with the CENELEC EN 60350-1
**Tested in accordance with the CENELEC EN 60350-1 used for definition of energy class.
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4. Oven cleaning and maintenance
4.1 General notes on cleaning
The lifecycle of the appliance can be extended through regular cleaning. Wait for the oven to cool before
carrying out manual cleaning operations. Never use abrasive detergents, steel wool or sharp objects for
cleaning, so as to not irreparably damage the enamelled parts. Use only water, soap or bleach-based
detergents (ammonia).
GLASS PARTS
It is advisable to clean the glass window with absorbent kitchen towel after every use of the oven. To
remove more obstinate stains, you can use a detergent-soaked sponge, well wrung out, and then rinse
with water.
OVEN WINDOW SEAL
If dirty, the seal can be cleaned with a slightly damp sponge.
ACCESSORIES
Clean accessories with a wet, soapy sponge before rinsing and drying them: avoid using abrasive
detergents.
DRIP PAN
After using the grill, remove the pan from the oven. Pour the hot fat into a container and wash the pan in
hot water, using a sponge and washing-up liquid.
If greasy residues remain, immerse the pan in water and detergent. Alternatively, you can wash the pan
in the dishwasher or use a commercial oven detergent. Never put a dirty pan back into the oven.
4.2 Maintenance
REMOVAL AND CLEANING OF THE SIDE RACKS
1- Remove the wire racks by pulling them in the direction of the arrows (see below)
2- To clean the wire racks either put them in the dishwasher or use a wet sponge, ensuring that they are
dried afterwards.
3- After the cleaning process install the wire racks in reverse order.
REMOVAL OF THE OVEN WINDOW
1. Open the front window.
2. Open the clamps of the hinge housing on the right and left side of the front window by pushing them
downwards.
3. Replace the window by carrying out the procedure in reverse.
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REMOVAL AND CLEANING OF THE GLASS DOOR
1. Open the oven door.
2.3.4. Lock the hinges, remove the screws and remove the upper metal cover by pulling it upwards.
5.6. Remove the glass, carefully extracting it from the oven door (NB: in pyrolytic ovens, also remove
the second and third glass (if present)).
7. At the end of cleaning or substitution, reassemble the parts in reverse order.
On all glass, the indication "Pyro" must be legible and positioned on the left side of the door, close to the
left-hand lateral hinge. In this way, the printed label of the first glass will be inside the door.
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CHANGING THE BULB
1. Disconnect the oven from the mains supply.
2. Undo the glass cover, unscrew the bulb and replace it with a new bulb of the same type.
3. Once the defective bulb is replaced, replace the glass cover.
5. Troubleshooting
5.1 FAQ
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The oven does not heat up
The clock is not set
Set the clock
The oven does not heat up
The child lock is on
Deactivate the child lock
The oven does not heat up
SOLUTION
A cooking function and
Ensure that the necessary
temperature has not been set settings are correct
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INSTALLATION
GB
50-60
500
545
595
A: 875 - 878
B: 705 - 708
550 min.
A: 885
B: 720
500
50-60
64
554 + 5
545
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The manufacturer will not be responsible for any inaccuracy resulting from printing or transcript errors contained in this brochure. We
reserve the right to carry out modifications to products as required, including the interests of consumption, without prejudice to the
characteristics relating to safety or function.
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