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Siemens iQ100 Electric free-standing cooker Instruction manual
Free standing cooker
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Important safety information.....................................................4
Causes of damage......................................................................6
Overview ...............................................................................................6
Damage to the oven...........................................................................6
Damage to the plinth drawer ............................................................6
Installation and connection .......................................................7
For the installer....................................................................................7
Changing the intensity of the 13 / 16 / 20 Amp connection
current ...................................................................................................7
Wall fixing .............................................................................................8
Door lock ..............................................................................................8
Your new appliance....................................................................8
General information ............................................................................8
Cooking area .......................................................................................8
Control panel .......................................................................................9
The cooking compartment ............................................................. 10
Your accessories......................................................................10
Inserting accessories ...................................................................... 10
Optional accessories ...................................................................... 10
After-sales service products .......................................................... 11
Before using the oven for the first time .................................11
Heating up the oven........................................................................ 12
Cleaning the accessories............................................................... 12
Induction cooking ....................................................................12
Advantages of induction cooking ................................................. 12
Cookware .......................................................................................... 12
Programming the hob ..............................................................13
Turning the hob on and off ............................................................ 13
Set the hotplate ................................................................................ 13
Cooking guidelines table................................................................ 14
Childproof lock .........................................................................15
Activating and deactivating the childproof lock ......................... 15
Childproof lock ................................................................................. 15
Powerboost function................................................................15
To activate ........................................................................................ 15
To deactivate .................................................................................... 15
Time program function ............................................................15
Turning off a hotplate automatically ............................................. 15
The timer............................................................................................ 15
Automatic time limitation ........................................................16
Basic settings ...........................................................................16
Accessing the basic settings......................................................... 17
Setting the oven .......................................................................17
Type of heating and temperature ................................................. 17
Care and cleaning ....................................................................18
Cleaning agents ............................................................................... 18
Detaching and refitting the rails .................................................... 19
Detaching and attaching the oven door...................................... 20
Removing and installing the door panels ................................... 21
Fixing malfunctions .................................................................21
Normal noise while the appliance is working............................. 22
Malfunction table.............................................................................. 22
Replacing the bulb in the oven ceiling light ............................... 22
Glass cover ....................................................................................... 22
After-sales service ...................................................................23
E number and FD number ............................................................. 23
Energy and environment tips..................................................23
Saving energy with your oven ....................................................... 23
Energy-saving advice ...................................................................... 23
Environmentally-friendly disposal.................................................. 23
Tested for you in our cooking studio .....................................23
Cakes and pastries ......................................................................... 24
Baking tips ........................................................................................ 25
Meat, poultry, fish............................................................................. 25
Tips for roasting and grilling.......................................................... 27
Bakes, gratins, toast with toppings .............................................. 27
Preprepared products..................................................................... 27
Special dishes .................................................................................. 28
Defrost................................................................................................ 28
Drying ................................................................................................. 28
Preserving ......................................................................................... 29
Acrylamide in foodstuffs .........................................................29
Test dishes................................................................................ 30
Baking ................................................................................................ 30
Grilling ................................................................................................ 30
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: Important safety information
Read these instructions carefully. Only then
will you be able to operate your appliance
safely and correctly. Retain the instruction
manual for future use or for subsequent
owners.
Check the appliance for damage after
unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance
if it has been damaged in transport.
Only a licensed professional may connect
appliances without plugs. Damage caused
by incorrect connection is not covered
under warranty.
This appliance is intended for domestic use
only. The appliance must only be used for
the preparation of food and drink. The
appliance must be supervised during
operation. Only use this appliance indoors.
This appliance is intended for use up to a
maximum height of 2000 metres above sea
level.
This appliance is not designed for operation
with an external timer or by remote control.
Do not use inappropriate child safety
shields or hob guards. These can cause
accidents.
This appliance may be used by children
over the age of 8 years old and by persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or by persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge if they are
supervised or are instructed by a person
responsible for their safety how to use the
appliance safely and have understood the
associated hazards.
Children must not play with, on, or around
the appliance. Children must not clean the
appliance or carry out general maintenance
unless they are at least 15 years old and
are being supervised.
Keep children below the age of 8 years old
at a safe distance from the appliance and
power cable.
We advise that you exercise caution using
or standing near an induction hob while it is
in operation, if you wear a pacemaker or a
similar medical device. Consult your doctor
or the device manufacturer concerning its
conformity or any possible incompatibilities,
Always slide accessories into the cooking
compartment correctly. See "Description of
accessories in the instruction manual.
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Risk of fire!
■ Combustible items stored in the cooking
compartment may catch fire. Never store
combustible items in the cooking
compartment. Never open the appliance
door if there is smoke inside. Switch off
the appliance and unplug it from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box.
■ A draught is created when the appliance
door is opened. Greaseproof paper may
come into contact with the heating
element and catch fire. Do not place
greaseproof paper loosely over
accessories during preheating. Always
weight down the greaseproof paper with a
dish or a baking tin. Only cover the
surface required with greaseproof paper.
Greaseproof paper must not protrude over
the accessories.
■ Hot oil and fat can ignite very quickly.
Never leave hot fat or oil unattended.
Never use water to put out burning oil or
fat. Switch off the hotplate. Extinguish
flames carefully using a lid, fire blanket or
something similar.
■ The hotplates become very hot. Never
place combustible items on the hob.
Never place objects on the hob.
■ The appliance becomes very hot, and
flammable materials can easily catch fire.
Do not store or use any flammable
objects (e.g. aerosol cans, cleaning
agents) under or in the vicinity of the oven.
Do not store any flammable objects inside
or on top of the oven.
■ The surfaces of the plinth drawer may
become very hot. Only store oven
accessories in the drawer. Flammable and
combustible objects must not be stored in
the plinth drawer.
■ The hob switches off automatically and
can no longer be operated. It may switch
on unintentionally at a later point. Switch
off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.
Contact the after-sales service.
Risk of fire!
Risk of fire!
Risk of fire!
Risk of fire!
Risk of fire!
Risk of fire!
Risk of burns!
■ The appliance becomes very hot. Never
touch the interior surfaces of the cooking
compartment or the heating elements.
Always allow the appliance to cool down.
Keep children at a safe distance.
■ Accessories and ovenware become very
hot. Always use oven gloves to remove
accessories or ovenware from the cooking
compartment.
■ Alcoholic vapours may catch fire in the hot
cooking compartment. Never prepare food
containing large quantities of drinks with a
high alcohol content. Only use small
quantities of drinks with a high alcohol
content. Open the appliance door with
care.
■ The hotplates and surrounding area
(particularly the hob surround, if fitted)
become very hot. Never touch the hot
surfaces. Keep children at a safe distance.
■ During operation, the surfaces of the
appliance become hot. Do not touch the
surfaces when they are hot. Keep children
away from the appliance.
■ The hotplate heats up but the display does
not work. Switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box. Contact the after-sales
service.
■ The appliance becomes hot during
operation. Allow the appliance to cool
down before cleaning.
■ Metal objects on the hob quickly become
very hot. Never place metal objects (such
as knives, forks, spoons and lids) on the
hob.
■ After each use, always turn off the hob at
the main switch. Do not wait until the hob
turns off automatically after the pan is
removed.
Risk of scalding!
■ The accessible parts become hot during
operation. Never touch the hot parts. Keep
children at a safe distance.
■ When you open the appliance door, hot
steam may escape. Open the appliance
door with care. Keep children at a safe
distance.
■ Water in a hot cooking compartment may
create hot steam. Never pour water into
the hot cooking compartment.
Risk of serious burns!
Risk of burns!
Risk of burns!
Risk of injury!
■ Scratched glass in the appliance door
may develop into a crack. Do not use a
glass scraper, sharp or abrasive cleaning
aids or detergents.
■ When cooking in a bain marie, the hob
and cooking container could shatter due
to overheating. The cooking container in
the bain marie must not directly touch the
bottom of the water-filled pot. Only use
heat-resistant cookware.
■ Saucepans may suddenly jump due to
liquid between the pan base and the
hotplate. Always keep the hotplate and
saucepan bases dry.
■ If the appliance is placed on a base and is
not secured, it may slide off the base. The
appliance must be fixed to the base.
Risk of tipping!
Risk of injury!
Risk of injury!
Risk of injury!
Risk of burns!
Risk of burns!
Risk of burns!
Risk of burns!
Risk of fire!!
Risk of scalding!
Risk of scalding!
Warning: In order to prevent tipping of the
appliance, this stabilizing means must be
installed. Refer to the instructions for
installation.
Risk of electric shock!
■ Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs
may only be carried out and damaged
power cables replaced by one of our
trained after-sales technicians. If the
appliance is defective, unplug the
appliance from the mains or switch off the
circuit breaker in the fuse box. Contact the
after-sales service.
■ The cable insulation on electrical
appliances may melt when touching hot
parts of the appliance. Never bring
electrical appliance cables into contact
with hot parts of the appliance.
■ Do not use any high-pressure cleaners or
steam cleaners, which can result in an
electric shock.
■ When replacing the cooking compartment
bulb, the bulb socket contacts are live.
Before replacing the bulb, unplug the
Risk of electric shock and serious injury!
Risk of electric shock!
Risk of electric shock!
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appliance from the mains or switch off the
circuit breaker in the fuse box.
■ A defective appliance may cause electric
shock. Never switch on a defective
appliance. Unplug the appliance from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
Risk of electric shock!
the fuse box. Contact the after-sales
service.
■ Cracks or fractures in the glass ceramic
may cause electric shocks. Switch off the
circuit breaker in the fuse box. Contact the
after-sales service.
Risk of electric shock!
Causes of damage
Hob
Overview
Caution!
The following table provides an overview of the most frequent
kinds of damage:
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Rough pan bases may scratch the hob.
Avoid leaving empty pots and pans on the hotplate. Doing so
may cause damage.
Do not place hot pans on the control panel, the indicator
area, or the hob frame. Doing so may cause damage.
Hard or pointed objects dropped on the hob may damage it.
Aluminium foil and plastic containers will melt if placed on the
hotplate while it is hot. The use of laminated sheeting is not
recommended on the hob.
Damage
Cause
Action
Stains
Food spills
Remove spills immediately with a glass scraper.
Unsuitable cleaning agents
Only use cleaning agents which are suitable for ceramic
Salt, sugar and sand
Do not use the hob as a work surface or storage space.
Scratches
Rough pot and pan bases scratch the Check your cookware.
ceramic.
Discolouration
Blisters
Unsuitable cleaning agents
Only use cleaning agents which are suitable for ceramic
Pan abrasion (e.g. aluminium)
Lift the pots and pans when moving them.
Sugar, food with a high sugar content Remove spills immediately with a glass scraper.
Damage to the oven
Caution!
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Accessories, foil, greaseproof paper or ovenware on the
cooking compartment floor: do not place accessories on the
cooking compartment floor. Do not cover the cooking
compartment floor with any sort of foil or greaseproof paper.
Do not place ovenware on the cooking compartment floor if a
temperature of over 50 ºC has been set. This will cause heat
to accumulate. The baking and roasting times will no longer
be correct and the enamel will be damaged.
Water in a hot cooking compartment: do not pour water into
the cooking compartment when it is hot. This will cause
steam. The temperature change can cause damage to the
enamel.
Moist food: do not store moist food in the cooking
compartment when it is closed for prolonged periods This will
damage the enamel.
Fruit juice: when baking particularly juicy fruit pies, do not
pack the baking tray too generously. Fruit juice dripping from
the baking tray leaves stains that cannot be removed. If
possible, use the deeper universal pan.
Cooling with the appliance door open: only allow the cooking
compartment to cool when it is closed. Even if the appliance
door is only open a little, front panels of adjacent units could
be damaged over time.
Very dirty door seal: If the door seal is very dirty, the
appliance door will no longer close properly when the
appliance is in use. The fronts of adjacent units could be
damaged.Always keep the door seal clean.
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Appliance door as a seat, shelf or worktop: Do not sit on the
appliance door, or place or hang anything on it. Do not place
any cookware or accessories on the appliance door.
Inserting accessories: depending on the appliance model,
accessories can scratch the door panel when closing the
appliance door. Always insert the accessories into the
cooking compartment as far as they will go.
Carrying the appliance: do not carry or hold the appliance by
the door handle. The door handle cannot support the weight
of the appliance and could break.
Damage to the plinth drawer
Caution!
Do not place hot objects in the plinth drawer. It could be
damaged.
Installation and connection
Electrical connection
The appliance must be connected to the mains by a licensed
expert. The regulations of your electricity supplier must be
observed.
Any damage arising from the appliance being connected
incorrectly will invalidate the guarantee.
For the installer
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Caution!
Your appliance comes with the enclosed cable for permanently
connecting it to the mains electricity supply.
Except in the event of damage, never remove the cable from
the appliance or replace it with another cable (with or without
plug).
Caution!
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
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An all-pole isolating switch with a contact gap of at least
3 mm must be present in the installation circuit. This is not
necessary if the appliance is connected by a plug that is
accessible to the user.
Electrical safety: The cooker corresponds to safety class I
and may only be used in conjunction with a safety earth
terminal.
A type H 05 VV-F or equally rated lead must be used to
connect the appliance.
Changing the intensity of the 13 / 16 / 20 Amp
connection current
Before using the hob for the first time, the intensity of the hob
connection must be tested.
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Follow the steps below to change the current of the hob:
1. Turn on the hob with the main switch. Do not place any pans
on the hotplates
2. Within the following 60 seconds, adjust all hotplates to the
desired power level according to the required connection
current (see table).
Power level
Connection current in amperes
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20 A
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16 A
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13 A
3. Turn off all the hotplates in sequence, starting from the lower
right and continuing counter-clockwise.
4. The selected connection current is indicated in the display of
the right-hand lateral hotplates.
5. Turn off the hob with the main switch.
The selected connection current will have been properly saved.
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Wall fixing
Removing the door lock
To prevent the cooker from tipping over, you must fix it to the
wall using the enclosed bracket. Please observe the installation
instructions for fixing the oven to the wall.
1. Opening the oven door
If the door safety lock is no longer needed or if it is soiled:
2. Unscrew the screw and remove the door lock (picture B).
Door lock
To prevent children reaching into the oven when it is hot, the
oven door is equipped with a lock. It is located at the top of the
oven door.
Opening the oven door
Press the lock upwards (picture A).
3. Close the oven door.
Your new appliance
In this section you will find information on the appliance, the
operating modes and the accessories.
General information
The design depends on the respective appliance model.
Cooking area
Here is an overview of the control panel. The design depends
on the respective appliance model.
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Explanations
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Hob**
2
Control panel**
3*
Cooling fan
4
Oven door**
5*
Plinth drawer**
* Optional (available for some appliances)
** Details may vary depending on the appliance model.
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The control panel
Indicators
Control panels
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Main switch
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Powerboost function
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Selecting the hotplate
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Residual heat
A/@
Selecting settings
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Time program function
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Powerboost function
0
Time program function
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Childproof lock
Control panels
Pressing a symbol activates its corresponding function.
Note: Always keep the control surfaces dry. Moisture can affect
proper working.
Indicators
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Functionality
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Power levels
The hotplates
Hotplate
$ Single hotplate
Always use cookware of a suitable size.
Use only cookware suitable for induction cooking; see the section on suitable cookware.
Residual heat indicator
The hob has a residual heat indicator for each hotplate to show
those which are still hot. Avoid touching them when this
indicator is lit.
Although the hob is switched off, the indicator œ or • will
remain on for as long as the hotplate is hot.
If the pan is removed before the hotplate is turned off, the
indicator œ or • and the selected power level will appear
alternately.
Control panel
Details may vary depending on the appliance model.
Function selector
Positions
Function
* Grill, small area
Can be used to grill a small number of steaks, sausages or fish fillets, or to toast bread. Only the
centre part of the grill element
becomes hot.
( Grill, large area
Can be used to grill a large number of beefsteaks, sausages, fish,
and to toast bread. The entire surface of the grill element becomes
hot.
A Defrosting
For example, meat, poultry, bread
and gateaux. The fan distributes
the heated air around the food.
Use the function selector to set the type of heating for the oven.
The function selector can be turned clockwise or anti-clockwise.
Positions
ý
Zero position
Function
The oven is switched off.
% Top/bottom heating
For cakes, soufflés and lean
roasts, e.g. beef or game, on one
level. Heat is emitted evenly from
the top and bottom.
2 Hot air*
For dry cakes in tins, puff pastry
and meat stew.
$ Bottom heating
For preserving, cooking and roasting. The heat is emitted from
below.
4 Hot air grilling
You can grill meat, poultry and
whole fish. The grill element and
fan switch on and off alternately.
The fan distributes the heated air
around the food.
* Type of heating in accordance with energy efficiency class
EN50304.
When the required type of heating is set, the oven light lights
up.
* Type of heating in accordance with energy efficiency class
EN50304.
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Temperature selector
Use the temperature selector to set the temperature and the
grill setting.
Positions
The oven light is located in the cooking compartment. A cooling
fan protects the oven from overheating.
Function
Oven light
During operation, the oven light in the cooking compartment is
on.
Ú
Zero position
Oven not hot.
50-270
Temperature
range
The temperature is specified
in ºC.
•, ••, ••• Grill settings
The cooking compartment
Cooling fan
Grill settings for the grill, small
* and large ( surface.
The cooling fan switches on and off as required. The hot air
escapes above the door.
• = setting 1, low
So that the cooking compartment cools down more quickly
after operation, the cooling fan continues to run for a certain
period afterwards.
•• = setting 2, medium
••• = setting 3, high
When the oven is heating up, the control lamp on the control
panel is lit. If heating is interrupted, the symbol goes out. For
some settings, it does not light up.
Caution!
do not cover the ventilation slots. Otherwise the oven will
overheat.
Your accessories
The accessories supplied with your appliance are suitable for
making many meals. Ensure that you always insert the
accessories into the cooking compartment the right way round.
When sliding the accessories into the cooking compartment,
ensure that the indentation is at the back. They can only lock in
place from this position.
There is also a selection of optional accessories, with which
you can improve on some of your favourite dishes, or simply to
make working with your oven more convenient.
Wire rack
For ovenware, cake tins, joints,
grilled items and frozen meals.
Insert the wire rack with the open
side facing the oven door and the
curvature pointing downwards ¾.
Enamel baking tray
For cakes and biscuits.
Slide in the baking tray with the
sloping edge facing the oven door.
Universal pan
For moist cakes, pastries, frozen
meals and large roasts. It can also
be used to catch dripping fat when
you are grilling directly on the wire
rack.
Slide in the universal pan with the
sloping edge facing the oven door.
Inserting accessories
You can insert the accessories into the cooking compartment
at 5 different levels. Always insert them as far as they will go so
that the accessories do not touch the door panel.
The accessories can be pulled out approximately halfway until
they lock in place. This allows dishes to be removed easily.
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Note: The accessories may deform when they become hot.
Once they cool down again, they regain their original shape.
This does not affect their operation.
Hold the baking tray securely on the sides with both hands and
push it parallel into the frame. Avoid movements to the right or
left when pushing the baking tray in. Otherwise, it will be difficult
to push the tray in and the enamelled surfaces could be
damaged.
You can buy accessories from the after-sales service, from
specialist retailers or online. Please specify the HZ number.
Optional accessories
You can buy optional accessories from your after-sales service
or from specialist retailers. You will find a variety of suitable
products for your oven in our brochures and on the Internet.
The availability of optional accessories and the options for
ordering them on the internet vary depending on the country.
Information on purchasing accessories can be found in the
sales documents.
Not every optional accessory is suitable for every appliance.
When purchasing, always quote the complete identification
number (E no.) of your appliance.
Optional accessories
HZ number
Function
Pizza tray
HZ317000
Particularly good for pizza, frozen meals and round tarts. You
can use the pizza tray instead of the universal pan. Slide the
tray in above the wire rack and proceed according to the
instructions in the tables.
Insert wire rack
HZ324000
For roasting. Always place the grill wire rack on the universal
pan. This ensures that dripping fat and meat juices are collected.
Grill tray
HZ325000
Used for grilling instead of the grill wire rack or used as a
splatter guard to protect the oven from becoming heavily
soiled. Only use the grill tray with the universal pan.
Grilling on the grill tray: only shelf positions 1, 2 and 3 can be
used.
The grill tray as a splash guard: the universal pan is inserted
together with the grill tray under the wire rack.
Baking stone
HZ327000
The baking stone is perfect for preparing home-made bread,
bread rolls and pizzas which require a crispy base. The baking
stone must always be preheated to the recommended temperature.
Enamel baking tray
HZ331003
For cakes and biscuits.
Place the baking tray in the oven with the sloping edge
towards the oven door.
Enamel baking tray with non-stick coating
HZ331011
The baking tray is ideal for laying out cakes and biscuits. Place
the baking tray in the oven with the sloping edge towards the
oven door.
Universal pan
HZ332003
For moist cakes, pastries, frozen meals and large roasts. Can
also be used under the wire rack to catch fat or meat juices.
Place the universal pan in the oven with the sloping edge
towards the oven door.
Universal pan with non-stick coating
HZ332011
This universal pan is ideal for moist cakes, pastries, frozen
meals and large roasts. Place the universal pan in the oven
with the sloping edge towards the oven door.
Lid for the Profi extra-deep pan
HZ333001
The lid converts the Profi extra-deep pan into the Profi roasting
dish.
Profi extra-deep pan with insert wire rack
HZ333003
Particularly suitable for preparing large quantities of food.
Wire rack
HZ334000
For ovenware, cake tins, roasts, grilling and frozen meals.
Glass roasting dish
HZ915001
The glass roasting dish is suitable for pot roasts and bakes.
Ideal for programmes and automatic roasting.
After-sales service products
You can obtain suitable care and cleaning agents and other
accessories for your domestic appliances from the after-sales
service, specialist retailers or (in some countries) online via the
e­Shop. Please specify the relevant product number.
Cleaning cloths for stainless-steel surfaces Product no. 311134
Reduces the build-up of dirt. Impregnated with a special oil for
perfect maintenance of your appliance's stainless-steel surfaces.
Oven and grill cleaning gel
For cleaning the cooking compartment. The gel is odourless.
Product no. 463582
Microfibre cloth with honeycomb structure Product no. 460770
Especially suitable for cleaning delicate surfaces, such
as glass, glass ceramic, stainless steel or aluminium. The
microfibre cloth removes liquid and grease deposits in one go.
Door lock
To prevent children from opening the oven door. The locks on
different types of appliance door are screwed in differently.
See the information sheet supplied with the door lock.
Product no. 612594
Before using the oven for the first time
In this section, you can find out what you must do before using
your oven to prepare food for the first time. First read the
section on Safety information.
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Heating up the oven
2. Set the temperature selector to 240 °C.
To remove the new cooker smell, heat up the oven when it is
empty and closed. An hour of Top/bottom heating % at
240 °C is ideal for this purpose. Ensure that no packaging
remnants have been left in the cooking compartment.
After an hour, switch off the oven. To do so, turn the function
selector to the off position.
Keep the kitchen ventilated the whole time the oven is on.
Before you use the accessories for the first time, clean them
thoroughly with hot soapy water and a soft dish cloth.
1. Use the function selector to set Top/bottom heating %.
Cleaning the accessories
Induction cooking
Advantages of induction cooking
Induction cooking represents a radical change from the
traditional method of heating; the heat is generated directly in
the pan. It therefore offers a number of advantages:
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Time savings for cooking and frying; since the pan is heated
directly.
Energy is saved.
Care and cleaning are simpler. Foods that have spilt do not
burn as quickly.
Heat and safety control; the hob supplies or cuts off power as
soon as the control knob is turned on. The induction hotplate
stops supplying heat if the pan is removed without having
previously switched it off.
Characteristics of the pan base
The characteristics of the pan base may affect the uniformity of
the cooking results. Pans made from materials which help
diffuse heat, such as stainless steel sandwich pans, distribute
heat uniformly, saving time and energy.
Absence of pan or unsuitable size
If no pan is placed on the selected hotplate, or if it is made of
unsuitable material or is not the correct size, the power level
displayed on the hotplate indicator will flash. Place a suitable
pan on the hotplate to stop the flashing. If this takes more than
90 seconds, the hotplate will switch off automatically.
Empty pans or those with a thin base
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enamelled steel
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cast iron
Do not heat empty pans, nor use pans with a thin base. The
hob is equipped with an internal safety system. However, an
empty pan may heat up so quickly that the "automatic switch
off" function may not have time to react and the pan may reach
very high temperatures. The base of the pan could melt and
damage the glass on the hob. In this case, do not touch the
pan and switch the hotplate off. If it fails to work after it has
cooled down, please contact the Technical Assistance Service.
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special stainless steel induction pans.
Pan detection
Cookware
Only ferromagnetic pans are suitable for induction cooking;
these may be made from:
To determine whether a pan is suitable, check to see if a
magnet will stick to its base.
There are other types of cookware for induction whose base is
not entirely ferromagnetic.
When using large cookware on a
smaller ferromagnetic area, only
the ferromagnetic zone heats up,
so heat might not be uniformly
distributed.
Pans with aluminium areas
inserted in the base reduce the
ferromagnetic area, so less heat
may be supplied and the pan
may be difficult to detect or not
be detected at all.
For good cooking results, the
diameter of the cookware's ferromagnetic area should match the
size of the hotplate. If cookware
is not detected on a hotplate, try
it on the next smaller hotplate
down.
Unsuitable pans
Never use diffuser hobs or pans made from:
■
common thin steel
■
glass
■
earthenware
■
copper
■
aluminium
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Each hotplate has a minimum limit for detecting pans, which
varies depending on the material of the pan being used. You
should therefore use the hotplate that is most suitable for the
diameter of your pan.
Programming the hob
This section will show you how to program the hotplates. The
table contains power levels and cooking times for several
dishes.
Turning the hob on and off
Once detected, select the power level within the next
20 seconds or the hotplate will switch off.
If more than one pan is placed on the hob, only one will be
detected when switching it on.
The hob is turned on and off using the main switch.
To turn on: Press the # symbol. A beep sounds. The indicator
located next to the main switch and the ‹ indicators of the
hotplates light up. The hob is ready for use.
To turn off: press the # symbol until the indicators go out. All
hotplates are turned off. The residual heat indicator will remain
lit until the hotplates have cooled down sufficiently.
Notes
The hob switches off automatically when all the hotplates are
switched off for more than 20 seconds.
■
■
The settings are memorised for 4 seconds after the hob has
been turned off. If the hotplate is switched back on within this
time then the previous settings will be applied.
Set the hotplate
Select the required power level with the + and - symbols.
Power level 1 = minimum power.
Power level 9 = maximum power.
Each power level has an intermediate setting. This is marked
with a dot.
Selecting the hotplate and power level
The hob must be switched on.
1. Select the hotplate with the ¸ symbol.
2. Within the next 10 seconds press the + or - symbol. The
basic setting appears:
+ symbol = power level 9
- symbol = power level 4
The power level has been set.
Changing the power level
Select the hotplate and press the + or - symbol until the
required power level comes on.
To switch off the hotplate
Select the hotplate and then press the + or - symbol until ‹
symbol appears.
The hotplate turns off and the residual heat indicator appears.
Notes
■ If no pan has been placed on the hotplate, the selected
power level flashes. After a certain time has elapsed, the
hotplate switches off.
■
If a pan has been placed on the hotplate before switching on
the hob, it will be detected within 20 seconds of pressing the
main switch and the hotplate will be selected automatically.
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Cooking guidelines table
The table below contains some examples.
Use power level 9 to begin cooking.
When heating purées, creams and thick sauces, stir frequently.
Power level
Melting
Chocolate, chocolate coating
1-1.
Butter, honey, gelatin
1-2
Heating and keeping warm
Stew (e.g., lentils)
1-2
Milk**
1.-2.
Sausages heated in water**
3-4
Defrosting and heating
Frozen spinach
3-4
Frozen goulash
3-4
Slow cooking, simmering
Potato dumplings*
4.-5.
Fish*
4-5
White sauces (e.g., bechamel)
1-2
Whipped sauces (e.g., Bearnaise, Hollandaise)
3-4
Boiling, steaming, sautéing
Rice (with a double amount of water)
2-3
Rice pudding
1.-2.
Potatoes
4-5
Pasta*
6-7
Soups
3.-4.
Vegetables
2.-3.
Greens, frozen foods
3.-4.
Cooked in a pressure cooker
4.-5.
Stewing
Meat roll
4-5
Stew
4-5
Goulash
3.-4.
Bake / Fry with a little oil**
Steaks, chops (plain or breaded)
6-7
Beefsteak (3 cm thick)
7-8
Chicken breast (2 cm thick)***
5-6
Hamburgers, meatballs (3 cm thick)***
4.-5.
Plain fish and fish fillet
5-6
Breaded fish and fish fillet
6-7
Prawns and shrimps
7-8
Frozen meals (e.g., stir-fries)
6-7
Pancakes
6-7
Omelette
3.-4.
Frying** (150-200 g per serving with 1-2 l. of oil)
Frozen foods (e.g., French fries, chicken nuggets)
8-9
Frozen croquettes
7-8
Meat (e.g., chicken pieces)
6-7
Fish, vegetables or mushrooms, breaded or battered, e.g., baby mushrooms
6-7
Confectionery products (e.g., fritters, fruit in batter)
4-5
* Uncovered cooking
** Uncovered
*** Turn frequently
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Childproof lock
The hob can be protected against being accidentally turned on,
to ensure that children do not switch on the hotplates.
To deactivate: press the symbol ‚ for approximately
4 seconds. The lock is now deactivated.
Activating and deactivating the childproof
lock
Childproof lock
The hob should be turned off.
To activate: press the symbol ‚ for approximately 4 seconds.
The indicator next to the symbol ‚ lights up for 10 seconds.
The hob is locked.
With this function, the childproof lock automatically activates
when a hob is switched off.
Activating and deactivating
All of the relevant information on the automatic childproof lock
connection can be found in the Basic settings chapter.
Powerboost function
The Powerboost function can be used to heat large amounts of
water more quickly than the power level Š.
All the hotplates have this function.
To activate
the power level Š will then be set. The Powerboost function will
be deactivated.
To deactivate
1. Select a hotplate.
The hob must be switched on, but no hotplate should be
working.
2. Press the › symbol.
The › indicator will no longer appear and the hotplate will
return to the power level Š.
1. Select a hotplate.
The function will be deactivated.
2. Press the › symbol.
The indicator › lights up
The function has been turned on.
Note: If any hotplate is switched on when the Powerboost
function is working, › and Š will flash on the hotplate display;
Note: In certain circumstances, the PowerBoost function can
switch itself off automatically in order to protect the electronic
elements inside the hob.
Time program function
This function may be used in two different ways:
■
to automatically switch off a hotplate
■
as a timer
Turning off a hotplate automatically
The hotplate turns off automatically once the selected time has
elapsed.
Programming the cooking time.
appears.
After a few seconds, the cooking time begins to count down.
Note: The same cooking time can be automatically
programmed for the all the hotplates. The programmed time
passes independently for each of the hotplates.
The Basic settings chapter provides information on
automatically programming the cooking time.
Changing or cancelling the time
The hob must be switched on:
1. Select the required hotplate and power level.
2. Press the 0 symbol. The Ú indicator on the hotplate lights
up. ‹‹ is displayed on the time program function display.
3. Press the + or - symbol. The basic setting appears:
+ symbol: 30 minutes.
- symbol: 10 minutes.
4. Press the + or - symbol until the required cooking time
Select the hotplate . Press the 0 symbol and change the
cooking time with the + or - symbols, or set to ‹‹.
Once the time has elapsed
The hotplate switches off. A beep sounds and in the time
program function display ‹‹ appears for 10 seconds.
The Ú indicator on the hotplate lights up. Pressing the 0
symbol turns off the indicators and stops the beeping.
Notes
If cooking times have been programmed for various
hotplates, the time programming function always displays the
time for the selected hotplate.
■
■
Any cooking time can be programmed for up to 99 minutes.
The timer
The timer can be set for periods of up to 99 minutes. It is
independent of the other settings. This function does not
automatically switch off a hotplate.
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How to program
After a few seconds, the time will start to elapse.
1. The timer can be selected in two different ways:
Changing or cancelling the time
■
■
If you have selected the hotplate: press the 0 symbol
twice.
If you have not selected the hotplate: press the 0 symbol.
The Ú indicator next to the W symbol lights up. ‹‹ is
displayed on the time program function display.
2. Press the + or - symbol. The basic setting appears.
+ symbol: 10 minutes.
- symbol: 5 minutes.
Press the 0 symbol various times until the Ú indicator next to
the W symbol lights up. Change the time or set to ‹‹ with
the + or - symbols.
Once the time has elapsed
A warning signal sounds. ‹‹ is displayed on the time program
function display. After 10 seconds the indicators turn off.
Pressing the 0 symbol turns off the indicators and stops the
beeping.
3. Set the desired time using the + or - symbols.
Automatic time limitation
If the hotplate remains in use for a long time and no changes
are made in the settings, the automatic time limitation function
is triggered.
The hotplate stops heating. The ”, ‰ symbol and the residual
heat indicator œ/• flash alternately in the display.
The indicator goes out when any symbol is pressed. The
hotplate can now be reset.
When the automatic time function is used, it is governed by the
selected power level (from 1 to 10 hours).
Basic settings
The device has several basic settings. These settings may be
adapted to the user's individual needs.
Indicator
Function
™‚
Childproof lock
‹ Deactivated.*
‚ Activated.
™ƒ
Audible signals
‹ Confirmation and error signals deactivated.
‚ Only error signal activated.
ƒ Only confirmation signal activated.
„ All signals activated.*
™†
Automatic programming of cooking time.
‹ Switched off.*
‚-ŠŠ Automatic shut-off time.
™‡
Duration of the time program function warning signal
‚ 10 seconds*.
ƒ 30 seconds.
„ 1 minute.
™ˆ
Power-Management function
‹ = Deactivated.*
‚ = 1,000 W. minimum power.
‚.= 1,500 W.
ƒ = 2,000 W.
etc.
Š or Š. = maximum power of hob.**
*Factory settings
**The maximum power of the hob depends on the configuration of the installation's connection current. To not exceed this maximum
value, the hob includes a series of components that automatically control the power, distributing it between the hotplates in use
as required.
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Indicator
Function
™Š
Hotplate time selection
‹ Unlimited: the last hotplate programmed remains selected.*
‚ Limited: The hotplate will only remain selected for 10 seconds.
™‹
Return to basic settings
‹ Personal settings.*
‚ Return to factory settings.
*Factory settings
**The maximum power of the hob depends on the configuration of the installation's connection current. To not exceed this maximum
value, the hob includes a series of components that automatically control the power, distributing it between the hotplates in use
as required.
Accessing the basic settings
The hob should be turned off.
1. Turn on the hob.
3. Press the ‚ symbol several times until the required function
appears.
4. Then select the required setting using the + and - symbols.
2. Within the next 10 seconds, press the ‚ symbol for
4 seconds.
5. Press the symbol ‚ again for more than 4 seconds.
The settings will have been correctly saved.
In the display, the settings ™ and ‚ light up alternately with ‹
as the default setting.
Quit
To leave the basic settings, turn off the hob at the main switch.
Setting the oven
There are various ways in which you can set your oven. Here
we will explain how you can select the desired type of heating
and temperature or grill setting.
Note: We recommend preheating the oven before inserting the
food in order to avoid condensation on the oven glass.
Type of heating and temperature
Example in the picture: Top/bottom heating at 190 °C %.
1. Use the function selector to set the type of heating.
The oven heats up.
Switching off the oven
Turn the function selector to the off position.
Changing the settings
The type of heating and temperature or grill setting can be
changed at any time using their respective selectors.
2. Use the temperature selector to set the temperature or grill
setting.
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Care and cleaning
With attentive care and cleaning, your hob and oven will retain
its looks and remain in good working order for a long time. We
will explain here how you should care for and clean them
correctly.
Notes
■ Slight differences in the colours on the front of the oven are
caused by the use of different materials, such as glass,
plastic and metal.
■
■
Shadows on the door panel which look like streaks, are
caused by reflections made by the oven light.
Enamel is baked on at very high temperatures. This can
cause some slight colour variations. This is normal and does
not affect operation. The edges of thin trays cannot be
completely enamelled. As a result, these edges can be
rough. This will not impair the anti-corrosion protection.
Cleaning agents
Damage to the various different surfaces caused by using the
wrong cleaning agent can be avoided by observing the
following instructions.
Zone
Upper glass cover* Glass cleaner:
Clean with a soft cloth.
(depending on
You can remove the upper glass cover
appliance model)
for cleaning. To find out how to do this,
please refer to the section Upper glass
cover.
Rotary knobs
Do not remove.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and dry with a
soft cloth.
Hob surround
Hot soapy water:
Do not clean with a glass scraper, lemon
juice or vinegar.
Gas hob and pan
supports*
Hot soapy water.
Use very little water. Water must not be
allowed to enter the appliance through
the base of the burners.
Clean off boiled-over liquids and spilt
food immediately.
You can remove the pan supports.
(depending on
appliance model)
Cast iron pan supports*:
Do not clean in the dishwasher.
When cleaning the hob do not use
■
undiluted washing-up liquid or dishwasher detergent,
■
scouring pads,
■
abrasive cleaning agents such as oven cleaner or stain
remover,
■
high-pressure cleaners or steam jets.
■
Do not clean individual parts in the dishwasher.
Gas burners*
(depending on
appliance model)
When cleaning the oven do not use
■
sharp or abrasive cleaning agents,
■
cleaning agent with a high alcohol content,
■
scouring pads,
■
high-pressure cleaners or steam jets.
■
Do not clean individual parts in the dishwasher.
Wash new sponges thoroughly before first use.
Zone
Cleaning agent
Stainless steel surfaces*
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and dry with a
soft cloth. On stainless steel surfaces,
always wipe parallel to the natural grain.
Otherwise, you may scratch the surface.
Remove patches and splashes of limescale, grease, starch and albumin (e.g.
egg white) immediately. Corrosion can
form under such patches and splashes.
(depending on
appliance model)
Special care products suitable for hot
stainless steel surfaces are available
from our after-sales service and from
specialist retailers. Apply a thin layer of
care product with a soft cloth.
Enamel, painted,
plastic and screenprinted surfaces*
(depending on
appliance model)
Control panel
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use glass cleaner or
glass scrapers for cleaning.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use glass cleaner or
glass scrapers for cleaning.
* Optional (available for some appliances, depending on the
appliance model)
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Cleaning agent
Electric hotplate*
(depending on
appliance model)
Hotplate ring*
(depending on
appliance model)
Ceramic hob*
(depending on
appliance model)
Remove the burner head and cap and
clean with hot soapy water.
Do not clean in the dishwasher.
The gas outlet openings must remain
unobstructed at all times.
Ignition plugs: Small, soft brush.
The gas burners only work properly when
the ignition plugs are dry. Dry all parts
thoroughly. Ensure that they are refitted
correctly.
The burner caps are coated in black
enamel. The colour may change over
time. This does not impair their performance.
Abrasive materials or sponges:
Briefly heat up the hotplate afterwards,
so that it dries. Hotplates can rust over
time if they remain wet. Apply care product to finish.
Clean off boiled-over liquids and spilt
food immediately.
Remove yellow to blue iridescent discolouration from the hotplate ring with a
steel care product.
Do not use any abrasive materials that
may scratch surfaces.
Care: Protective/care products for
ceramics
Cleaning: Cleaning agents suitable for
ceramics.
Follow the cleaning instructions on the
packaging.
:Glass scraper for stubborn dirt:
Remove the protective cover and clean
using the blade only. Caution: The blade
is very sharp. Risk of injury.
Cover the blade again after cleaning.
Replace damaged blades immediately.
* Optional (available for some appliances, depending on the
appliance model)
Zone
Cleaning agent
Zone
Cleaning agent
Glass hob*
Care: Protective/care products for glass
Cleaning: Cleaning agents for glass.
Follow the cleaning instructions on the
packaging.
Accessories
Hot soapy water:
Soak and then clean with a dish cloth or
a brush.
(depending on
appliance model)
Aluminium baking tray*:
:Glass scraper for stubborn dirt:
(depending on appliance model)
Remove the protective cover and clean
using the blade only. Caution: The blade
is very sharp. Risk of injury.
Cover the blade again after cleaning.
Replace damaged blades immediately.
Glass panel
Dry with a soft cloth.
Do not clean in the dishwasher.
Never use oven cleaner.
To prevent scratches, never touch the
metal surfaces with a knife or a similar
sharp object.
Harsh cleaning products, scratchy
sponges and rough cleaning cloths are
not suitable. Otherwise, you may scratch
the surface.
Glass cleaner:
Clean with a soft cloth.
Do not use the glass scraper.
The door can be removed to facilitate
cleaning. To find out how to do this,
please refer to the section Removing and
refitting the oven door.
Childproof lock*
(depending on
appliance model)
Rotary spit*
(depending on appliance model)
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth or a brush. Do not
clean in the dishwasher.
If a childproof lock has been fitted to the
oven door, it must be removed before
cleaning.
Meat thermometer*
(depending on appliance model)
If it is very dirty, the childproof lock will
not work properly.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth or a brush. Do not
clean in the dishwasher.
Seal
Do not remove.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth. Do not scour.
Plinth drawer*
Cooking zone
Hot soapy water or a vinegar solution:
Clean with a dish cloth.
(depending on
appliance model)
For stubborn dirt, use a stainless steel
scouring pad or oven cleaner.
Only use when the cooking compartment
is cold.
* Optional (available for some appliances, depending on the
appliance model)
:Please use the self-cleaning function
to clean self-cleaning surfaces. To find
out how to do this, please refer to the
section Self-cleaning.
Caution! Never use oven cleaner on selfcleaning surfaces.
Glass cover for the Hot soapy water:
oven light
Clean with a dish cloth.
Shelf
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth or a brush.
You can remove the shelves for cleaning.
To find out how to do this, please refer to
the section Removing and refitting
shelves.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth.
Detaching and refitting the rails
The rails can be removed for cleaning. The oven must have
cooled down.
Unhooking the rails
1. Hold the shelf frames from underneath and pull slightly
forward. Pull the extension pins at the bottom of the rails out
of the mounting holes (Fig. A).
2. Then fold the rails upwards and carefully remove them
(Fig. B).
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Telescoping extension rails*
(depending on appliance model)
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth or a brush.
Do not remove the lubricant from the
extension rails. It is best to clean them
when they are pushed in. Do not soak,
clean in the dishwasher, or clean in the
oven as part of the self-cleaning programme. This may damage the shelves
and they may no longer work properly as
a result.
Clean the rails with washing-up liquid and a sponge. For
stubborn deposits of dirt, use a brush.
* Optional (available for some appliances, depending on the
appliance model)
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Installing the frames
: Risk of injury!
1. Insert the two hooks carefully into the upper holes. (Figure A-
Whenever the hinges are not locked, they snap shut with great
force. Ensure that the locking levers are always fully closed or,
when detaching the oven door, fully open.
B)
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Detaching the door
1. Open the oven door fully.
2. Fold up the two locking levers on the left and right (figure A).
3. Close the oven door as far as the limit stop. With both hands,
grip the door on the left and right-hand sides. Close the door
a little further and pull it out (figure B).
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%
: Incorrect assembly!
Never move the frame before the two hooks are fully
anchored in the upper holes. The enamel could be damaged
and may break (figure C).
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Attaching the door
Reattach the oven door in the reverse sequence to removal.
1. When attaching the oven door, ensure that both hinges are
inserted straight into the opening (figure A).
2. The notch on the hinge must engage on both sides (figure B).
2. the two hooks must be inserted fully into the upper holes.
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Now move the frame slowly and carefully downwards and
insert in the lower holes (figure D).
3. Insert both frames into the side walls of the oven (figure E).
If the rails are fitted correctly, the distance between the two
upper shelf positions is greater.
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3. Fold back both locking levers (figure C). Close the oven
door.
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Detaching and attaching the oven door
For cleaning purposes and to remove the door panels, you can
detach the oven door.
The oven door hinges each have a locking lever. When the
locking levers are closed (figure A), the oven door is secured in
place. It cannot be detached. When the locking levers are open
in order to detach the oven door (Fig. B), the hinges are locked.
They cannot snap shut.
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: Risk of injury!
If the oven door falls out accidentally or a hinge snaps shut, do
not reach into the hinge. Call the after­sales service.
Removing and installing the door panels
: Risk of injury!
To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the glass panels from the
oven door.
Scratched glass in the appliance door may develop into a
crack. Do not use a glass scraper, sharp or abrasive cleaning
aids or detergents.
Removal
1. Detach the oven door and lay it on a cloth with the handle
Installation
2. Pull off the cover at the top of the oven door. Press in the
During installation, make sure that the lettering "top right" is
upside down at the bottom left.
facing down.
tabs on the left and right using your fingers (fig. A).
3. Lift the top panel up and pull it out (fig. B).
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1. Insert the panel at an angle towards the back (fig. A).
2. Insert the top panel at an angle towards the back into the
brackets. The smooth surface must face outwards. (fig. B).
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4. Lift the panel up and pull it out (fig. C).
3. Put the cover back in place and press on it.
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4. Attach the oven door.
Do not use the oven again until the panels have been
correctly installed.
Clean the panels with glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
Fixing malfunctions
Malfunctions are usually due to small details. Before calling the
Technical Assistance Service you should bear in mind the
following advice and warnings.
Indicator
Malfunction
Solution
none
The electric power supply has been cut off.
Use other electrical appliances to check whether there
has been a power cut.
The appliance has not been correctly connected following the connection diagram.
Check that the appliance has been connected correctly according to the connection diagram.
Electronic system malfunction.
If none of the above checks resolve the malfunction,
contact the Technical Assistance Service.
The indicators flash
The control panel is damp or an object is rest- Dry the control panel area or remove the object.
ing on it.
The indicator - flashes on
the hotplate indicators
A fault has occurred in the electronic system. Briefly cover the control panel with your hand to confirm the malfunction.
“§ + number / š + number / ¡ + number
Electronic system malfunction.
Unplug the hob from the mains. Wait about
30 seconds before plugging it in again.*
”‹ / ”Š
There is an internal operating error.
Unplug the hob from the mains. Wait about
30 seconds before plugging it in again.*
”ƒ
The electronic system has overheated and
the corresponding hotplate has been
switched off.
Wait until the electronic system has cooled down sufficiently. Then press any symbol on the hob. *
”…
The electronic system has overheated and all
hotplates have been switched off.
* If the warning persists call the Technical Assistance Service.
Do not rest hot pans on the control panel.
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Indicator
Malfunction
Solution
Ӡ + power level and
beep
There is a hot pan on the control panel. It is
highly likely that the electronic system will
overheat.
Remove that pan. The malfunction indicator will switch
off shortly afterwards. You can carry on cooking.
Ӡ and beep
There is a hot pan on the control panel. The
hotplate has switched off to protect the electronic system.
Remove that pan. Wait a few seconds. Press any control panel. When the malfunction indicator switches off,
you can carry on cooking.
—‚
Incorrect supply voltage, outside normal oper- Contact your electricity board.
ating limits.
—ƒ / —„
The hotplate has overheated and has
switched off in order to protect its hob.
Wait until the electronic system has cooled down sufficiently before switching it back on.
* If the warning persists call the Technical Assistance Service.
Do not rest hot pans on the control panel.
Normal noise while the appliance is working
Induction heating technology is based on the creation of
electromagnetic fields that generate heat directly at the base of
the pan. Depending on how the pan has been manufactured,
certain noises or vibrations may be produced such as those
described below:
A deep humming sound as in a transformer
This noise is produced when cooking on a high power level. It
is caused by the amount of energy transferred from the hob to
the pan. The noise disappears or becomes faint when the
power level is lowered.
A low whistling sound
This noise is produced when the pan is empty. The noise
disappears when water or food is added to the pan.
Problem
Possible cause Remedy/information
The oven does
not heat up.
There is dust on Turn the control knobs back
the contacts.
and forth several times.
: Risk of electric shock!
Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs may only be carried
out by one of our trained after-sales engineers.
Replacing the bulb in the oven ceiling light
If the bulb in the oven light fails, it must be replaced. Heatresistant, 40 watt spare bulbs can be obtained from our aftersales service or a specialist retailer. Only use these bulbs.
: Risk of electric shock!
A crackling sound
Switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.
This noise occurs in pans which are made from different
materials superimposed on one another. It is caused by the
vibrations that occur in the adjoining surfaces of the different
superimposed materials. The noise comes from the pan. The
amount of food and cooking method can vary noise intensity.
1. Place a tea towel in the oven when it is cold to prevent
damage.
2. Unscrew the glass cover by turning it anti-clockwise.
A high-pitched whistling sound
This noise is produced mainly in pans made from different
materials superimposed on one another, and it occurs when
such pans are heated at maximum power on two hotplates at
the same time. The whistling disappears or becomes fainter as
soon as the power level is lowered.
Noise from the fan
For proper use of the electronic system, the temperature of the
hob must be controlled. To do this, the hob has a fan which
turns on when a high temperature is detected. The fan may also
work by inertia after the hob has been switched off, if the
temperature detected is still too high.
3. Replace the bulb with one of the same type.
4. Screw the glass cover back in.
Rhythmic sounds similar to the hands of a clock
5. Remove the tea towel and switch on the circuit breaker.
This noise is only produced when 3 or more hotplates are
working and disappears or is reduced when one of the
hotplates is switched off.
Glass cover
The noises described are normal, they are part of induction
heating technology and not a sign of malfunction.
Malfunction table
If a dish doesn't turn out as well as you had hoped, refer to the
section Tested for you in our cooking studio, where you will
find plenty of cooking tips and tricks.
Problem
Possible cause Remedy/information
The oven does
not work.
The circuit
breaker is
defective.
Look in the fuse box and
check that the circuit
breaker is in working order.
Power cut
Check whether the kitchen
light or other kitchen appliances are working.
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You must replace a damaged glass cover. Suitable glass
covers may be obtained from the after-sales service. Please
specify the E number and FD number of your appliance.
After-sales service
Our after-sales service is there for you if your appliance needs
to be repaired. We will always find the right solution in order to
avoid unnecessary visits from a service technician.
E number and FD number
When calling us, please give the product number (E no.) and
the production number (FD no.) so that we can provide you with
the correct advice. The rating plate containing these numbers is
found on the side of the oven door. To save time, you can make
a note of the number of your appliance and the telephone
number of the after-sales service in the space below, should it
be required.
E no.
FD no.
After-sales service O
Please note that there will be a fee for a visit by a service
technician in the event of a malfunction, even during the
warranty period.
Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed
customer service list.
To book an engineer visit and product advice
GB
0344 892 8999
Calls charged at local or mobile rate.
IE
01450 2655
0.03 € per minute at peak. Off peak 0.0088 € per
minute.
Rely on the professionalism of the manufacturer. You can
therefore be sure that the repair is carried out by trained service
technicians who carry original spare parts for your appliances.
Energy and environment tips
Here you can find tips on how to save energy when baking and
roasting in the oven and when cooking on the hob, and how to
dispose of your appliance properly.
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■
Saving energy with your oven
■
■
■
■
■
Only preheat the oven if this is specified in the recipe or in
the operating instruction tables.
■
Use dark, black lacquered or enamelled baking tins. They
absorb the heat particularly well.
■
Open the oven door as infrequently as possible while
cooking, baking or roasting.
■
It is best to bake more than one cake, one after the other.
The oven is still warm. This reduces the baking time for the
second cake. You can also place two loaf tins next to each
other.
The diameter of the pan base must match the size of the
hotplate. Please note: pan manufacturers usually provide the
diameter for the top of the pan, which is usually larger than
the diameter of the pan base.
Use a small pan for small amounts of food. A large pan which
is not full uses a lot of energy.
Use little water when cooking. This saves energy and
preserves all the vitamins and minerals in vegetables.
Select the lowest power level to maintain cooking. If the
power level is too high, energy is wasted.
Environmentally-friendly disposal
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-friendly manner.
For longer cooking times, you can switch the oven off
10 minutes before the end of the cooking time and use the
residual heat to finish cooking.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with
European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used
electrical and electronic appliances (waste electrical
and electronic equipment - WEEE). The guideline
determines the framework for the return and recycling
of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.
Energy-saving advice
■
Use pans with flat bases. Bases that are not flat use a lot
more energy.
Always use the correct lid for each pan. Cooking without a lid
uses a lot more energy. Use a glass lid to provide visibility
and avoid having to lift the lid.
Tested for you in our cooking studio
Here you will find a selection of dishes and the ideal settings for
them. We will show you which type of heating and which
temperature are best suited for your dish. You can find
information about suitable accessories and the height at which
they should be inserted. There are also tips about cookware
and preparation methods.
Notes
■ The values in the table always apply to dishes placed into the
cooking compartment when it is cold and empty.
Only preheat the appliance if the table specifies that you
should do so. Do not line the accessories with greaseproof
paper until after they have been preheated.
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■
The times specified in the tables are guidelines only. They will
depend on the quality and composition of the food.
Use the accessories supplied. Additional accessories may be
obtained as special accessories from specialist retailers or
from the after-sales service.
Before using the oven, remove any unnecessary accessories
and ovenware from the cooking compartment.
Always use oven gloves when taking hot accessories or
ovenware out of the cooking compartment.
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Cakes and pastries
Tables
Baking tins
It is best to use dark-coloured metal baking tins.
Baking times are increased when light-coloured baking tins
made of thin metal or glass dishes are used, and cakes do not
brown so evenly.
If you wish to use silicone baking tins, use the information and
recipes provided by the manufacturer as a guide. Silicone
baking tins are often smaller than normal tins. The amount of
mixture and recipe instructions may differ.
The tables show the ideal type of heating for the various cakes
and pastries. The temperature and baking time depend on the
amount and composition of the mixture. This is why
temperature ranges are given in the tables. You should try the
lower temperature first, since a lower temperature results in
more even browning. You can increase the temperature next
time if necessary.
If you preheat the oven, the baking time is shortened by 5 to 10
minutes.
Additional information can be found in the Baking tips section
following the tables.
Cake in a mould
Tin
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature in Cooking time
°C
in minutes
Simple, dry cake
Springform cake tin with
tube sheet/fruit loaf tin
3
2
160-180
50-60
Simple, dry cake, delicate
Springform cake tin with
tube sheet/fruit loaf tin
2
%
150-170
60-70
Sponge flan base
Flan-base cake tin
3
2
140-460
20-30
Fruit flan, simple dough
High springform cake tin
with tube sheet
3
2
150-170
50-60
Sponge cake
Springform cake tin
2
%
160-180
30-40
Sponge flan base
Springform cake tin
1
%
170-190
25-35
Fruit tart or cheesecake, shortcrust pas- Springform cake tin
try*
1
%
170-190
70-90
Savoury cakes*
1
%
180-200
50-60
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Sponge mixture or yeast dough with dry Baking tray
topping
2
%
170-190
20-30
Sponge mixture or yeast dough with
moist topping, fruit
Baking tray
3
%
170-190
40-50
Swiss roll (preheat)
Baking tray
2
%
190-210
15-20
Plaited loaf with 500 g flour
Baking tray
2
%
160-180
30-40
Stollen with 500 g flour
Baking tray
3
%
160-180
60-70
Stollen with 1 kg flour
Baking tray
3
%
150-170
90-100
Strudel, sweet
Baking tray
2
%
180-200
55-65
Börek
Baking tray
2
%
180-200
40-50
Pizza
Baking tray
2
%
220-240
25-35
Springform cake tin
* Allow cakes to cool for approx. 20 minutes in the oven when it is still closed.
Cakes on trays
Accessories
Small baked products
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature in Cooking time
°C
in minutes
Biscuits
Baking sheet
3
%
150-170
10-20
Viennese whirls (preheat)
Baking sheet
3
%
140-150
30-40
Almond biscuits
Baking sheet
2
%
110-130
30-40
Meringue
Baking sheet
3
2
80-100
100-190
Choux pastry
Baking sheet
2
%
200-220
30-40
Puff pastry
Baking sheet
3
2
190-210
20-30
Yeast cakes
Baking sheet
3
%
180-200
20-30
Bread and rolls
When baking bread, preheat the oven, unless instructions state
otherwise.
Never pour water into the hot oven.
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Bread and rolls
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Yeast bread with 1.2 kg flour
Universal pan
2
%
270
8
200
35-45
270
8
200
40-50
Sourdough bread with 1.2 kg
flour
Universal pan
2
Bread rolls (do not preheat)
Baking tray
3
%
210-230
20-30
Rolls made with sweet yeast
dough
Baking tray
3
%
170-190
15-20
%
Baking tips
You want to bake according to your own Use similar items in the baking tables as a guide.
recipe.
How to tell whether sponge cake is
baked through.
Approximately 10 minutes before the end of the baking time specified in the recipe, stick
a cocktail stick into the cake at the highest point. If the cocktail stick comes out clean,
the cake is ready.
The cake collapses.
Use less fluid next time or set the oven temperature 10 degrees lower. Observe the
specified mixing times in the recipe.
The cake has risen in the middle but is
lower around the edge.
Do not grease the sides of the springform cake tin. After baking, loosen the cake carefully with a knife.
The cake goes too dark on top.
Place it lower in the oven, select a lower temperature and bake the cake for a little
longer.
The cake is too dry.
When it is done, make small holes in the cake using a cocktail stick. Then drizzle fruit
juice or an alcoholic beverage over it. Next time, select a temperature 10 degrees higher
and reduce the baking time.
The bread or cake (e.g. cheesecake)
looks good, but is soggy on the inside
(sticky, streaked with water).
Use slightly less fluid next time and bake for slightly longer at a lower temperature. For
cakes with a moist topping, bake the base first. Sprinkle it with almonds or bread crumbs
and then place the topping on top. Follow the recipe and baking times.
The cake is unevenly browned.
Select a slightly lower temperature to ensure that the cake is baked more evenly. Bake
delicate pastries on one level using % Top/bottom heating. Protruding greaseproof
paper can affect the air circulation. For this reason, always cut greaseproof paper to fit
the baking tray.
The bottom of a fruit cake is too light.
Place the cake one level lower the next time.
The fruit juice overflows.
Next time, use the deeper universal pan, if you have one.
Small baked products made out of yeast There should be a gap of approx. 2 cm around each item. This gives enough space for
dough stick to one another when bak- the baked items to expand well and brown on all sides.
ing.
Condensation forms when you bake
moist cakes.
Baking may result in the formation of water vapour, which escapes above the door. The
steam may settle and form water droplets on the control panel or on the fronts of adjacent units. This is a natural process.
Meat, poultry, fish
Add liquid generously for pot roasts. Cover the base of the
ovenware with approx. 1 - 2 cm of liquid.
Ovenware
The amount of liquid depends on the type of meat and the
material the ovenware is made of. If preparing meat in an
enamelled roasting dish, it will need a little more liquid than if
cooked in glass ovenware.
You may use any heat­resistant ovenware. The baking tray is
also suitable for large roasts.
Glass ovenware is the most suitable. The lid of the roasting dish
should fit well and close properly.
Add a little more liquid when using enamelled roasting dishes.
With roasting dishes made of stainless steel, browning is not so
intense and the meat may be somewhat less well done.
Increase the cooking times.
Information in the tables:
Ovenware without a lid = uncovered
Ovenware with a lid = covered
Always place the ovenware in the centre of the wire rack.
Place hot glass ovenware on a dry mat after cooking. The glass
could crack if placed on a cold or wet surface.
Roasting dishes made from stainless steel are not ideal. The
meat cooks more slowly and browns less fully. Use a higher
temperature and/or a longer cooking time.
Tips for grilling
When grilling, preheat the oven for approx. 3 minutes, before
placing the food into the cooking compartment.
Always grill with the oven door closed.
As far as possible, the pieces of food you are grilling should be
of equal thickness. This will allow them to brown evenly and
remain succulent and juicy.
Turn the food you are grilling after Z of the time.
Roasting
Do not add salt to steaks until they have been grilled.
Add in a little liquid if the meat is lean. Cover the base of the
ovenware with approx. ½ cm of liquid.
Place the food to be grilled directly on the wire rack. If you are
grilling a single piece, the best results are achieved by placing
it in the centre of the wire rack.
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Also insert the baking tray at level 1. The meat juices are
collected in the pan and the oven is kept cleaner.
Meat
When grilling, do not insert the baking tray or universal pan at
level 4 or 5. The high heat distorts it and the cooking
compartment can be damaged when removing it.
When the roast is ready, turn off the oven and allow it to rest for
an additional 10 minutes. This allows better distribution of the
meat juices.
The grill element switches on and off continually. This is normal.
The grill setting determines how frequently this will happen.
Turn pieces of meat halfway through the cooking time.
After cooking, wrap sirloin in aluminium foil and leave it to rest
for 10 minutes in the oven.
For roast pork with a rind, score the rind in a crossways pattern,
then lay the roast in the dish with the rind at the bottom.
Meat
Weight
Accessories and
ovenware
1.0 kg
Covered
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
Cooking time
in °C, grill set- in minutes
ting
2
Beef
Pot-roasted beef
Fillet of beef, medium
%
200-220
120
1.5 kg
2
%
190-210
140
2.0 kg
2
%
180-200
160
2
%
210-230
70
2
%
200-220
80
Uncovered
1
4
210-230
50
Wire rack
5
(
3
15
Uncovered
2
%
190-210
100
2
%
170-190
120
1
4
200-220
100
1.5 kg
1
4
190-210
140
2.0 kg
1
4
180-200
160
1
4
200-220
120
1.5 kg
1
4
190-210
150
2.0 kg
1
4
180-200
180
1.0 kg
Uncovered
1.5 kg
Sirloin, medium
1.0 kg
Steaks, medium, 3 cm thick
Veal
Joint of veal
1.0 kg
2.0 kg
Pork
Joint without rind (e.g. neck)
Joint with rind (e.g. shoulder)
Smoked pork on the bone
1.0 kg
1.0 kg
Uncovered
Uncovered
1.0 kg
Covered
2
%
210-230
70
1.5 kg
Uncovered
1
4
150-170
120
Made from Uncovered
500 g meat
1
4
170-190
70
4
(
3
15
Lamb
Leg of lamb, boned, medium
Minced meat
Meat loaf
Sausages
Sausages
Wire rack
Poultry
The weights indicated in the table refer to oven-ready poultry
(without stuffing).
Place whole poultry on the lower wire rack breast-side down.
Turn after Z of the specified time.
Turn roasts, such as rolled turkey joint or turkey breast, halfway
through the cooking time. Turn poultry portions after Z of the
time.
For duck or goose, pierce the skin on the underside of the
wings. This allows the fat to run out.
Poultry will turn out particularly crispy and brown if you baste it
towards the end of the roasting time with butter, salted water or
orange juice.
If you are grilling directly on the wire rack, you should insert the
baking tray at level 1. The meat juices are collected in the pan
and the oven is kept cleaner.
Poultry
Weight
Accessories and
ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Chicken, whole
1.2 kg
Wire rack
2
4
200-220
60-70
Poulard, whole
1.6 kg
Wire rack
2
4
190-210
80-90
Chicken, halved
500 g each Wire rack
2
4
200-220
40-50
Chicken portions
300 g each Wire rack
3
4
200-220
30-40
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Poultry
Weight
Accessories and
ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Duck, whole
2.0 kg
Wire rack
2
4
170-190
90-100
Goose, whole
3.5-4.0 kg
Wire rack
2
4
160-170
110-130
Small turkey, whole
3.0 kg
Wire rack
2
4
170-190
80-100
Turkey thigh
1.0 kg
Wire rack
2
4
180-200
90-100
Fish
Turn the pieces of fish after Z of the grilling time.
Whole fish does not have to be turned. Place the whole fish in
the oven in its swimming position with its dorsal fin facing
upwards. Placing half a potato or a small ovenproof container
in the belly of the fish will make it more stable.
If you are grilling directly on the wire rack, you should also
insert the baking tray at level 1. The liquid is then collected,
keeping the oven cleaner.
Fish
Weight
Accessories and
ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
Cooking time
°C, grill setting in minutes
Fish, whole
300 g each
Wire rack
2
(
3
20-25
1.0 kg
Wire rack
2
4
180-200
45-50
1.5 kg
Wire rack
2
4
170-190
50-60
Wire rack
3
(
2
20-25
Fish fillet, 3 cm
Tips for roasting and grilling
The table does not contain information
for the weight of the joint.
Select the next lowest weight from the instructions and extend the time.
How to tell when the roast is ready.
Use a meat thermometer (available from specialist shops) or carry out a “spoon test”.
Press down on the roast with a spoon. If it feels firm, it is ready. If the spoon can be
pressed in, it needs to be cooked for a little longer.
The roast is too dark and the crackling
is partly burnt.
Check the shelf height and temperature.
The roast looks good but the juices are Next time, use a smaller roasting dish or add more liquid.
burnt.
The roast looks good but the juices are Next time, use a larger roasting dish and use less liquid.
too clear and watery.
Steam rises from the roast when basted. This is normal and due to the laws of physics. The majority of the steam escapes through
the steam outlet. It may settle and form condensation on the cooler switch panel or on
the fronts of adjacent units.
Bakes, gratins, toast with toppings
If you are grilling directly on the wire rack, you should also
insert the baking tray at level 1. This keeps the oven cleaner.
Dish
Accessories and ovenware
Always place the ovenware on the wire rack.
How well cooked the bake is will depend on the size of the dish
and the height of the bake. The figures in the table are only
average values.
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature in Cooking time
°C
in minutes
Bakes
Bake, sweet
Ovenproof dish
2
%
180-200
40-50
Pasta bake
Ovenproof dish
2
%
210-230
30-40
Ovenproof dish
2
4
160-180
60-80
Wire rack
4
(
3
5-8
Gratin
Potato gratin made using raw ingredients,
Max. 4 cm deep
Toast
Toasts browned from above, 12 slices
Preprepared products
Observe the instructions on the packaging.
If you line the accessories with greaseproof paper, make sure
that the paper is suitable for these temperatures. Make sure the
paper is a suitable size for the dish to be cooked.
The cooking result greatly depends on the quality of the food.
Pre-browning and irregularities can sometimes even be found
on the raw product.
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Dish
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Strudel, frozen
Baking tray
3
2
180-200
35-45
Chips
Baking tray
3
%
190-210
25-30
Pizza
Wire rack
2
%
200-220
15-20
Pizza baguette
Wire rack
2
2
190-210
15-20
Special dishes
4. Preheat the cooking compartment as indicated.
At low temperatures, you can make creamy yoghurt or light
yeast dough.
5. Place the cups or jars on the cooking compartment floor and
First, remove accessories, hook-in racks or telescopic shelves
from the cooking compartment.
Proving dough
incubate as indicated.
1. Prepare the dough as usual, place it in a heat-resistant
Preparing yoghurt
ceramic dish and cover.
1. Bring 1 litre of milk (3.5 % fat) to the boil and cool down to
2. Preheat the cooking compartment as indicated.
40 °C.
3. Switch off the oven, place the dough in the cooking
compartment and leave it to prove.
2. Stir in 150 g of yoghurt (chilled).
3. Pour into cups or small screw-top jars and cover with cling
film.
Dish
Ovenware
Yoghurt
Cups or screw-top
jars
Proving dough
Type of
heating
Temperature
Cooking time
on the cooking
compartment floor
(
100 °C preheat
15 mins
Heat-resistant dish on the cooking
compartment floor
%
Defrost
Only switch on the oven light 8 hrs
50 °C preheat
5-10 mins
Switch off the appliance and
place the yeast dough in the
cooking compartment
20-30 mins
Please observe the instructions on the packaging.
The defrosting time will depend on the type and quantity of the
food.
Take frozen food out of its packaging and place in a suitable
dish on the wire rack.
Place poultry on a plate with the breast side facing down.
Frozen food
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature in°C
e.g. cream cakes, buttercream cakes, gateaux with chocolate or
sugar icing, fruit, chicken, sausage and meat, bread and bread
rolls, cakes and other baked items
Wire rack
2
A
The temperature selector
remains switched off
Drying
Baking tray at shelf height 4,
Slide in the wire rack at shelf height 2.
Line the baking tray and wire rack with greaseproof or
parchment paper.
Use unblemished fruit and vegetables only and wash them
thoroughly.
Drain off the excess water, then dry them.
Turn very juicy fruit or vegetables several times. Remove fruit
and vegetables from the paper as soon as they have dried.
Fruit and herbs
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature in °C
Cooking time, hours
600 g of apple rings
2+4
2
80
approx. 5
800 g of pear slices
2+4
2
80
approx. 8
1.5 kg damsons or plums
2+4
2
80
approx. 8-10
200 g herbs, washed
2+4
2
80
approx. 1½
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Preserving
4. Seal the jars with the clips.
For preserving, the jars and rubber seals must be clean and
intact. If possible, use jars of the same size. The information in
the table is for round, one-litre jars.
Place no more than six jars in the cooking compartment.
Caution!
1. Insert the universal pan at level 2. Arrange the jars on it so
Do not use jars that are larger or taller than this. The lids could
crack.
2. Pour ½ litre of hot water (approx. 80 °C) into the universal
Only use fruit and vegetables in good condition. Wash them
thoroughly.
3. Close the oven door.
The times given in the tables are a guide only. The time will
depend on the room temperature, number of jars, and the
quantity and temperature of the contents. Before you switch off
the appliance or change the cooking mode, check whether the
contents of the jars are bubbling as they should.
Preparation
1. Fill the jars, but not to the top.
2. Wipe the rims of the jars, as they must be clean.
3. Place a damp rubber seal and a lid on each jar.
Making settings
that they do not touch each other.
pan.
4. Set $ Bottom heating.
5. Set the temperature to between 170 and 180 °C.
Preserving
Fruit
After approx. 40 to 50 minutes, small bubbles begin to form at
short intervals. Switch off the oven.
After 25 to 35 minutes of residual heat, remove the preserving
jars from the cooking compartment. If they are allowed to cool
for longer in the cooking compartment, germs could multiply,
promoting acidification of the preserved fruit.
Fruit in one-litre jars
When it starts to bubble
Residual heat
Apples, redcurrants, strawberries
Switch off
approx. 25 minutes
Cherries, apricots, peaches, gooseberries
Switch off
approx. 30 minutes
Apple purée, pears, plums
Switch off
approx. 35 minutes
Vegetables
As soon as bubbles begin to form in the jars, set the
temperature back to between 120 and 140 °C. Depending on
the type of vegetable, heat for approx. 35 to 70 minutes. Switch
off the oven after this time and use the residual heat.
Vegetables with cold cooking water in one-litre jars
When it starts to bubble
Residual heat
Gherkins
-
approx. 35 minutes
Beetroot
approx. 35 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Brussels sprouts
approx. 45 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Beans, kohlrabi, red cabbage
approx. 60 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Peas
approx. 70 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Taking out the jars
Caution!
After preserving, remove the jars from the cooking
compartment.
Do not place the hot jars on a cold or wet surface. They could
suddenly burst.
Acrylamide in foodstuffs
Acrylamide is mainly produced in grain and potato products
prepared at high temperatures, such as potato crisps, chips,
toast, bread rolls, bread or fine baked goods (biscuits,
gingerbread, cookies).
Tips for keeping acrylamide to a minimum when preparing food
General
Baking
■
Keep cooking times to a minimum.
■
Cook meals until they are golden brown, but not too dark.
■
Large, thick pieces of food contain less acrylamide.
With top/bottom heating max. 200 °C.
With 3D hot air or hot air max.180 °C.
Biscuits
With top/bottom heating max. 190 °C.
With 3D hot air or hot air max. 170 °C.
Egg or egg yolk reduces the production of acrylamide.
Oven chips
Spread evenly over the baking tray, in a single layer. Bake at least 400 g per baking tray
so that the chips do not dry out
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Test dishes
These tables have been produced for test institutes to facilitate
the inspection and testing of the various appliances.
In accordance with EN 50304/EN 60350 (2009) and IEC
60350.
Baking
For apple pie, place the dark springform cake tins diagonally
next to each other.
Cakes in tinplate springform cake tins:
Bake on 1 level with % Top/bottom heating Place the
springform cake tins on the baking tray instead of directly on
the wire rack.
Dish
Accessories and ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Viennese whirls
Baking tray
2
%
150-170
20-30
Small cakes, 20 cakes
Baking tray
3
%
160-180
20-30
Hot water sponge cake
Springform cake tin on the 2
wire rack
%
160-180
30-40
Apple pie
Wire rack + 2 springform
cake tins, dia. 20 cm
1
%
190-210
70-80
Grilling
If you are grilling food directly on the wire rack, the baking tray
should also be inserted at level 1. The liquid is then collected,
keeping the oven cleaner.
Dish
Accessories and ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Grill setting
Cooking time
in minutes
Toast
Preheat for 10 minutes
Wire rack
5
(
3
1-2
Beefburgers, x12*
do not preheat
Wire rack + baking tray
4
(
3
25-30
* turn over after Z of the cooking time.
30
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