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Siemens iQ300 Gas built-in oven Stainless steel Instructions for Use
Built-in oven
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Important safety information.....................................................3
Causes of damage .............................................................................5
Your new appliance ....................................................................6
The oven...............................................................................................6
The timer...............................................................................................6
Cooling fan...........................................................................................6
Accessories .........................................................................................7
Before using the oven for the first time....................................7
Baking out the oven ...........................................................................7
Cleaning the accessories..................................................................7
How to operate your oven..........................................................8
Oven lighting........................................................................................8
Operating modes ................................................................................8
Operating the oven.............................................................................8
Operating the grill ...............................................................................8
Operating the rotary spit....................................................................8
Operating the timer.............................................................................9
Care and cleaning ......................................................................9
Cleaning agents ..................................................................................9
Catalytic cooking compartment panels ....................................... 10
Removing and installing the door panels ................................... 10
Removing and fitting the appliance door .................................... 11
Removing and inserting the hook-in racks ................................. 11
Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 12
Replacing the oven light bulb........................................................ 12
After-sales service ................................................................... 13
Energy and environment tips ..................................................13
Saving energy................................................................................... 13
Environmentally-friendly disposal.................................................. 13
Acrylamide in foodstuffs .........................................................13
Tips for using your appliance .................................................14
Baking ................................................................................................ 14
Roasting and grilling ....................................................................... 15
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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 and installation instructions for
future use or for subsequent owners.
This appliance is only intended to be fully
fitted in a kitchen. Observe the special
installation instructions.
Check the appliance for damage after
unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance
if it has been damaged in transport.
Only allow a licensed professional to
connect the appliance. Damage caused by
incorrect connection is not covered under
warranty. Call the after-sales service if you
want to convert your appliance to a different
type of gas.
This appliance is intended for domestic use
and the household environment only. This
appliance must only be used to prepare
food and drinks and must never be used as
a heater. Do not leave the appliance
unattended during operation. Only use the
appliance indoors.
This appliance is intended for use up to a
maximum height of 2000 metres above sea
level.
This appliance is not intended for operation
with an external clock timer or a remote
control.
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 8 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.
Always slide accessories into the cooking
compartment correctly. See "Description of
accessories in the instruction manual.
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Risk of overheating!
In the event of a power cut, the cooling fan
does not work. The appliance may
overheat. The touchable parts become very
hot and may cause injury. Due to the high
temperatures, the appliance and the fitted
unit could be damaged. In the event of a
power cut, the appliance must not be
manually ignited and put into operation. In
the event of a power cut, switch off the
appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS!
Escaping gas may cause an explosion.
If you smell gas or notice any faults in the
gas installation:
■ Immediately shut off the gas supply or
close the gas cylinder valve.
■ Immediately extinguish all naked flames
and cigarettes.
■ Do not use any light or appliance switches
and do not pull any plugs out of sockets.
Do not use any telephones or mobile
phones within the building.
■ Open windows and ventilate the room.
■ Call the after­sales service or the gas
supplier.
Risk of asphyxiation!
The use of a gas cooker leads to a build-up
of heat, moisture and products of
combustion in the room where the
appliance is installed. Ensure that the
installation room is well ventilated. The
natural ventilation openings must be kept
open or a mechanical ventilation device
must be provided (e.g. an extractor hood).
Intensive and persistent use of the
appliance may mean that it is necessary to
have additional ventilation (e.g. opening a
window), or more effective ventilation (e.g.
operating the existing mechanical
ventilation device at a higher setting).
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Risk of fire!
■ 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.
■ Combustible objects that are left in the
cooking compartment may ignite. Never
store combustible items in the cooking
compartment. Never open the appliance
door if there is smoke inside. Switch off
the appliance and unplug the mains plug
or switch off the fuse in the fuse box. Shut
off the gas supply.
■ 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 appliance becomes very hot and
flammable materials could catch fire.
Never store or use flammable
objects (e.g. spray cans, cleaning agents)
under the appliance or in its immediate
vicinity. Never place flammable items on
or in the appliance.
■ Under no circumstances should a baking
sheet, a baking tray, a pan or another form
of cookware be placed directly on the
oven floor. This causes the floor of the
appliance to overheat and can seriously
damage the bottom of the fitted unit.
■ The rear of the appliance becomes very
hot. This may cause damage to the power
cables. Electricity and gas lines must not
come into contact with the rear of the
appliance.
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 accessible parts become very hot
when in operation. Never touch hot parts.
Keep children at a safe distance.
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 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.
■ Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs
may only be carried out, and damaged
power and gas lines replaced, by an aftersales engineer trained by us. If the
appliance is faulty, unplug the mains plug
or switch off the fuse in the fuse box. Shut
off the gas supply. Contact the after-sales
service.
■ Faults or damage to the appliance are
dangerous. Never switch on a faulty
appliance. Unplug the appliance from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box. Shut off the gas supply.
Contact the after-sales service.
Risk of serious burns!
Risk of burns!
Risk of burns!
Risk of electric shock and serious injury!
■ 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
appliance from the mains or switch off the
circuit breaker in the fuse box.
Risk of electric shock!
Risk of electric shock!
Causes of damage
Caution!
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■
Risk of scalding!
■
Risk of scalding!
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Risk of injury!
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Risk of injury!
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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.
This will cause heat accumulation. The baking and roasting
times will no longer be correct and the enamel will be
damaged.
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.
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.
Oven door as a bearing surface: do not stand or place
objects on the oven door when it is open. Do not hang
objects on the oven door.
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.
Heavy accessories: do not pull out heavily laden accessories
too far without first unloading them sufficiently. Heavy
accessories will tip when pulled out. This causes pressure to
be exerted on the shelf supports in the cooking compartment,
which can damage the enamel. Relieve the strain on the
accessories when they are pulled out by raising them slightly
with one hand. Caution: always use an oven cloth or oven
gloves when handling hot accessories.
Grilling: do not insert the baking tray or universal pan higher
than level 3 when grilling. The high heat distorts it and the
enamel may be damaged when it is removed. At level 4 and
5, only grill directly on the wire rack.
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Your new appliance
Get to know your appliance. You will find information on the
control panel, the oven, types of heating and accessories.
The timer
You can use the timer to set a cooking time.
An audible signal sounds once the cooking time has elapsed.
Control knob for timer
Use this control knob to set the cooking time. You can also use
this control knob to set the oven lighting.
Setting
Meaning
Û
Off
Explanation
5 - 90
Cooking time in minutes
1
Control knob for timer
A
Switching on the oven lighting
2
Control knob for oven
Cooling fan
The oven
Explanation
1
Gas grill
2
Oven gas burner
Control knob for oven
This control knob is used to adjust the heat setting of the oven
and the grill.
Setting
Meaning
Û
Off. The oven does not heat up.
Min
Economy flame, lowest power
150-250
Oven gas burner on, temperature range in °C
Max
Large flame, highest power
G
The grill heats up and the rotary spit turns.
There is a limit stop between settings G and Max. Do not turn
the knob beyond this point.
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The cooling fan switches on and off as required. The hot air
escapes above the door. Caution: Do not cover the ventilation
slots. Otherwise the oven will overheat.
So that the cooking compartment cools down more quickly
after operation, the cooling fan continues to run for a certain
period afterwards.
Accessories
The accessories can be inserted into the cooking compartment
at 4 different levels. Always insert them as far as they will go so
that the accessories do not touch the door panel. Ensure that
the accessories have always been inserted into the cooking
compartment correctly.
You can buy accessories from the after-sales service, from
specialist retailers or online.
Accessories
Description
Baking and roasting shelf
For ovenware, cake tins, joints,
grilled items, frozen meals.
Enamelled baking tray
For moist cakes, pastries, frozen
meals and large roasts. Can also
be used as a drip tray to collect
fat.
Aluminium baking tray
For baking tray bakes and small
baked products.
: Risk of fire!
Under no circumstances should a baking sheet, a baking tray,
a pan or another form of cookware be placed directly on the
oven floor. This causes the floor of the appliance to overheat
and can seriously damage the bottom of the fitted unit.
Locking pins
You can pull out the accessories two thirds of the way without
them tipping. This allows dishes to be removed easily.
For locking the hinges.
The accessories may become deformed when they become
hot. As soon as they have cooled down, the deformation
disappears with no effect on the function.
Rotary spit holder
For holding the rotary spit.
Rotary spit
For roasts and large pieces of
poultry. Use only in combination
with the enamelled baking tray.
Before using the oven for the first time
In this section, you can find out what you must do before using
your appliance to prepare food for the first time. Read the
Safety information section beforehand.
Remove the appliance packaging and dispose of it
appropriately.
Baking out the oven
Heating up the oven
To remove the new cooker smell, heat up the oven when it is
empty and closed.
1. Turn the temperature selector to the maximum temperature.
2. Switch off the oven after 45 minutes.
Recleaning the oven
Precleaning the oven
1. Clean the cooking compartment with hot soapy water.
1. Remove accessories and hook-in racks from the cooking
2. Fit the hook-in racks.
2. Fully remove any remaining packaging, such as small pieces
Cleaning the accessories
3. Some parts are covered with a protective film. Remove the
Before using the accessories, clean them thoroughly using a
cloth and warm soapy water.
compartment.
of polystyrene, from the cooking compartment.
protective film.
4. Clean the outside of the appliance with a soft, damp cloth.
5. Clean the cooking compartment with hot soapy water.
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How to operate your oven
Oven lighting
Switching off the grill
Switching on the oven lighting
Turn the control knob to the Û position.
Turn the control knob to the ^ position.
Operating the rotary spit
The oven lighting switches on when the timer is switched on or
the oven door is opened.
Switching off the oven lighting
Turn the control knob to the Û position.
The rotary spit can be used with excellent results to cook joints,
such as rolled roasting joints and poultry. The meat is roasted
thoroughly and evenly.
The oven lighting switches off.
The drive for the rotary spit is automatically activated as soon
as you switch on the grill.
Operating modes
1. Place the joint as centrally as possible on the rotary spit and
Preparing roasts
The following operating modes are available:
Operating mode
t
G
Application
Oven gas burner min - For cakes and pastries,
max
bakes, poultry, lean joints
of meat, e.g. beef, veal and
game.
Gas grill
For steak, sausages, fish
and toasted sandwiches.
Operating the oven
Switching on the oven gas burner
1. Open the appliance door.
2. Press the control knob for the oven and turn it to the 250 °C
position.
3. Press and hold the control knob for a few seconds until the
flame stabilises.
secure it at both ends with the retaining clips.
You can also secure the joint using kitchen twine.
2. With poultry, bind the ends of the wings underneath the back
and the thighs against the body. This prevents them from
overbrowning.
3. Pierce the skin on the underside of the wings to allow the fat
to escape.
Inserting the rotary spit
: Risk of burns!
Never touch the hot surfaces of the cooking compartment or
the heating elements. Children must be kept at a safe distance
from the appliance at all times. Open the appliance door
carefully. Hot steam may escape.
1. Insert the rotary spit shelf at level 2 as far as it will go.
4. Close the appliance door carefully.
5. Turn the control knob to set the desired temperature. Do not
turn the knob beyond the "Min" position.
If the flame goes out
Switch off the control knob. Wait one minute and switch the
burner on again.
: Risk of fire!
If the flame goes out, gas will escape. Never leave the gas
burner unattended during operation. Ensure that there are no
draughts.
: Warning – Risk of deflagration!
If the burner does not ignite after 15 seconds, switch off the
control knob and open the door or window in the room. Wait
at least 1 minute before igniting the burner again.
Switching off the oven gas burner
Turn the control knob to the Û position. Press and hold down
the control knob while doing so.
Operating the grill
2. Slide the rotary spit into the motor mount in the back wall of
the cooking compartment (a).
3. Place the rotary spit on the rotary spit shelf (b).
Note: The rotary spit must engage correctly in the rotary spit
shelf.
4. Unscrew the handle (c).
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The appliance door must be closed when grilling.
Notes
■
It is not possible to use the oven gas burner and the grill at the
same time.
■
When using the grill, a cooking time of 60 minutes must not be
exceeded.
■
When switching on the grill, the drive for the rotary spit is
automatically activated.
Switching on the grill gas burner
1. Open the appliance door.
2. Press the control knob for the oven and turn it to the G
position.
3. Press and hold the control knob for a few seconds until the
flame stabilises.
4. Close the appliance door carefully.
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5. Pour water into a baking tray and slide the baking tray into
shelf position 1 to collect the drips of fat.
6. Close the appliance door.
Switching on the rotary spit
Turn the control knob for the oven to the G position.
Switching off the rotary spit
Turn the control knob for the oven to the Û position.
1. Carefully open the appliance door and screw the handle back
onto the rotary spit.
Removing the rotary spit
2. Carefully pull the rotary spit from the mount in the back wall
: Risk of burns!
3. Remove the rotary spit shelf and the baking tray.
Never touch the hot surfaces of the cooking compartment or
the heating elements. Children must be kept at a safe distance
from the appliance at all times. Open the appliance door
carefully. Hot steam may escape.
: Risk of burns!
Never touch the rotary spit or other accessories directly when
they are hot. Always wear oven gloves or heat-resistant gloves
when handling hot accessories.
and remove it.
Operating the timer
The timer runs independently of the oven.
Setting the cooking time
1. Turn the control knob clockwise as far as the stop.
2. Turn the control knob anti-clockwise until you reach the
required cooking time.
An audible signal sounds once the time has elapsed.
Care and cleaning
With good care and cleaning, your oven will remain clean and
fully-functioning for a long time to come. Here we will explain
how to maintain and clean your oven 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.
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■
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 their function. 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
To ensure that the different surfaces are not damaged by using
the wrong cleaning agent, pay attention to the information in the
table. Do not use
■
sharp or abrasive cleaning agents,
■
cleaning agents with a high alcohol content,
■
hard scouring pads or cleaning sponges,
■
high-pressure cleaners or steam cleaners.
Wash new sponge cloths thoroughly before use.
Area
Cleaning agents
Oven front
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use glass cleaners or
glass scrapers.
Stainless steel
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Remove flecks of limescale,
grease, starch and albumin (e.g. egg
white) immediately. Corrosion can form
under such residues.
: Risk of electric shock!
Do not use any high-pressure cleaners or steam cleaners,
which can result in an electric shock.
: 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.
Special stainless steel cleaning products suitable for hot surfaces are available from our after-sales service or from
specialist retailers. Apply a very thin layer
of the cleaning product with a soft cloth.
Aluminium
Clean with a mild window cleaning agent.
Using a window cloth or a non-fluffing
microfibre cloth, wipe over the surfaces
lightly in a horizontal direction.
Enamel surfaces
(smooth surfaces)
Apply commercially available washing-up
liquid or a vinegar solution with a soft,
damp cloth or chamois; dry with a soft
cloth. Soak baked-on food residues with
a damp cloth and detergent. If the cooking compartment is heavily soiled, use a
gel oven cleaner. This can be applied to
the affected area. Leave the cooking
compartment open after cleaning to
allow it to dry.
Self-cleaning surfaces (rough surfaces)
Note the instructions in the section:
Catalytic cooking compartment panel
Gas burner
Never clean the gas burners in the cooking compartment yourself.
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Area
Cleaning agents
Door panels
Glass cleaner:
Clean with a soft cloth. Do not use a
glass scraper.
Glass cover for the Hot soapy water:
oven light
Clean with a dish cloth.
Seal
Do not remove.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth. Do not scour.
Rails
Hot soapy water:
Soak and clean with a dish cloth or
brush.
Accessories
Hot soapy water:
Soak and clean with a dish cloth or
brush.
4. Carefully lift the top of the inner panel until the fastening pins
come out of the holder (2).
Caution!
When lifting the inner panel, the middle panel may stick to the
inner panel. Make sure that the middle panel does not fall.
Catalytic cooking compartment panels
The catalytic cooking compartment panels are coated with selfcleaning enamel.
The surfaces clean themselves while the oven is in operation.
Larger splashes will only be removed after the oven has been
used several times.
Self-cleaning surfaces
5. Remove the inner panel.
6. Remove the middle panel.
The side walls are covered with catalytic panelling. Never clean
these surfaces with oven cleaner. Slight discolouration of the
enamel does not affect automatic self-cleaning.
Removing and installing the door panels
To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the glass panels from the
oven door.
Removing the door panels
1. Open the oven door fully.
2. Lock both hinges on the left and right using the locking pin.
Note: The locking pins must be fully inserted into the holes in
the hinges.
Note: The middle panel is kept in place with rubber bushings
rather than retaining pins.
3. Lift the bottom of the inner panel slightly until the fastening
pins come out of the holder (1).
Clean the panels with glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
: 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.
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Fitting the door panels
Fitting the appliance door
1. Reinsert the middle panel.
1. Grip the oven door on either side with both hands.
Note: Make sure that the panel is seated correctly. All rubber
bushings must lay flat against the outer panel.
2. Reinsert the inner panel.
Note: All four fastening pins must engage in the holders
provided for them.
2. Slide the hinges into the slots in the oven (a).
Note: The notch below the hinges must engage into the
frame of the oven (b).
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3. Remove the locking pins and close the oven door.
Removing and fitting the appliance door
If the oven is very heavily soiled, the oven door can be removed
for easier cleaning. Normally, however, this is not necessary.
Removing the appliance door
1. Open the oven door fully.
2. Lock both hinges on the left and right using the locking pin
(a).
3. Lower the door downwards.
Note: The locking pins must be fully inserted into the holes in
the hinges.
: Risk of injury!
3. Grip the oven door on either side with both hands and close
the oven door by approx. 30° (b).
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4. Remove the locking pins.
Do not reach into the hinge if the oven door falls out
unintentionally or a hinge snaps closed. Call after-sales service.
Removing and inserting the hook-in racks
You can remove the hook-in racks for easier cleaning.
Removing the hook-in racks
The hook-in racks are each fixed to the side panels of the
cooking compartment at three points.
1. Grip the front of the hook-in rack and pull it to the middle of
the cooking compartment.
The front hook of the hook-in rack will release from the hole.
4. Raise the oven door slightly and pull it out.
Note: Do not fully close the oven door. The hinges could
become bent and the enamel could be damaged.
2. Fold out the hook-in rack further and pull it from the rear
holes of the side panel.
3. Hold the catalytic cooking compartment panel in place.
4. Remove the hook-in rack from the cooking compartment.
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Inserting the hook-in rack
1. Hold the catalytic cooking compartment panel in place.
2. Insert the hooks of the hook-in rack into the rear holes in the
side panel.
3. Press the front hook of the hook-in rack into the hole.
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Troubleshooting
Malfunctions often have simple explanations. Refer to the table
before calling the after-sales service, as you may be able to
remedy the fault yourself.
: Risk of injury!
Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs may only be carried
out, and damaged power and gas lines replaced, by an aftersales engineer trained by us. If the appliance is faulty, unplug
the mains plug or switch off the fuse in the fuse box. Shut off
the gas supply. Contact the after-sales service.
Malfunction
Possible cause Solution
The appliance
does not work
Power cut
Faulty circuit
breaker
The oven lighting has failed.
Oven light is
faulty
Check whether other
kitchen appliances are
working
Check in the fuse box to
make sure that the circuitbreaker for the appliance is
OK
Replace the oven light.
(See section "Replacing
oven light")
The flame
Normal build-up The burner must be profes(oven) does not of dirt
sionally cleaned.
burn through all
outlet openings.
The door panel
steams up
when the oven
heats up.
Replacing the oven light bulb
If the oven light bulb fails, it must be replaced. Replacement
heat-resistant bulbs can be obtained from the after-sales
service or from specialist retailers. Please specify the E number
and FD number of your appliance. Do not use any other type of
bulb.
: Risk of electric shock!
When replacing the cooking compartment bulb, the bulb socket
contacts are live. Before replacing the bulb, unplug the
appliance from the mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the
fuse box.
1. Allow the cooking compartment to cool down.
2. Open the appliance door.
3. Place a tea towel in the cooking compartment to prevent
damage.
4. Remove the hook-in racks.
5. Remove the glass cover. To do this, open the glass cover at
the front with your hand. Should you experience difficulties
removing the glass cover, use a spoon to help.
6. Remove the oven light bulb.
Normal occurNot possible; this has no
rence; caused
effect on oven performance.
by the difference in temperature
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7. Replace the oven light bulb with a bulb of the same type:
Voltage: 230 V;
Power: 40 W;
Fitting: G9;
Temperature resistance: 300 °C
8. Refit the glass cover for the oven light bulb.
9. Refit the hook-in racks.
10.Remove the tea towel.
11.Switch the circuit breaker back on.
12.Check that the oven lighting is working again.
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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.
Please be aware that a visit by an after-sales engineer will be
charged if a problem turns out to be the result of operator error,
even during the warranty period.
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 is located on the side
behind the oven door.
Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed
customer service list.
You can make a note of the numbers of your appliance and the
telephone number of the after-sales service in the space below
to save time should it be required.
E no.
FD no.
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.
After-sales serviceO
Energy and environment tips
Here you can find tips on how to save energy when baking and
roasting and how to dispose of your appliance properly.
Saving energy
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Only preheat the oven when it is specified in the recipe that
you should do so.
Open the oven door as little as possible while you are
cooking, baking or roasting.
Environmentally-friendly disposal
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-friendly manner.
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.
It is best to bake several cakes 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.
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.
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
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Keep cooking times to a minimum.
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Cook meals until they are golden brown, but not too dark.
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Large, thick pieces of food contain less acrylamide.
Baking
max. 200 °C.
Biscuits
max. 190 °C.
Egg or egg yolk reduces the production of acrylamide.
Oven chips
Spread out a single layer evenly on the baking tray. Cook at least 400 g at once on a
baking tray so that the chips do not dry out.
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Tips for using your appliance
Here you will find a selection of tips on ovenware and
preparation methods.
Notes
■ Use the accessories provided. 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.
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Baking
Baking tins
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Use light-coloured baking tins and trays wherever possible.
Always place the baking tins on the middle of the baking and
roasting wire rack.
Always use an oven cloth or oven gloves when taking
accessories or cookware out of the cooking compartment.
Baking tips
How to establish whether sponge cake
is baked through.
Approx. 10 minutes before the end of the baking time stated in the recipe, insert a cocktail stick into the cake at its deepest point. If no cake mixture sticks to the wood, the cake
is ready.
The cake collapses.
Use less fluid next time or set the oven temperature 10 degrees lower. Note the stirring
times indicated in the recipe.
The cake has risen high in the middle
and less around the edges.
Do not grease the sides of the springform cake tin. After baking, carefully loosen the
cake using a knife.
The cake is too dark on the 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 drink over it. Next time, set the temperature 10 degrees higher and
reduce the baking time.
The bread or cake (e.g. cheesecake)
looks good but is sticky on the inside
(soggy with wet streaks).
Next time, use less liquid and bake at a lower temperature for slightly longer. For cakes
with a moist topping, bake the base first. Sprinkle it with almonds or bread crumbs and
then place the topping on top. Take care to follow recipes and baking times.
The pastries are not evenly browned.
Select a slightly lower temperature to ensure that the cake is baked more evenly. Excess
greaseproof paper can affect the air circulation. Always cut the greaseproof paper to suit
the size of the baking tray.
The bottom of a fruit flan 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 items made out of yeast
dough stick to one another during baking.
There should be a gap of approx. 2 cm around each item. This gives enough space for
the baked items to expand and turn brown on all sides.
Condensation forms when you bake
moist cakes.
Baking may create 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.
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Roasting and grilling
Grilling tips
Ovenware
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You may use any heat­resistant ovenware. Always place the
ovenware in the middle of the wire rack. The enamelled baking
tray is also suitable for large roasts.
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Roasting tips
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A a lower temperature produces more even browning.
Depending on the size of the joint, add 2 or 3 tablespoons of
liquid to lean meat and 8 to 10 tablespoons of liquid to pot
roasts.
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When cooking duck or goose, pierce the skin on the
underside of the wings to allow 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.
Turn pieces of meat halfway through the cooking time.
When the roast is ready, turn off the oven and allow it to rest
for an additional 10 minutes. This will allow the meat juices to
distribute themselves better inside the roast.
When roasting large pieces of meat, you may find that the
amount of steam and condensation on the oven door is more
than usual. This is a normal occurrence which has no effect
on the oven's performance. Once roasting is complete, dry
the oven door and window with a cloth.
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If possible, grill items should be of equal thickness. They
should be at least 2 to 3 cm thick. This ensures that they
brown evenly while also remaining succulent.
Place the food to be grilled in the centre of the wire rack.
Pour a little water into the enamelled baking tray and insert
this into the shelf position underneath the grill to collect the
drips of fat. Never place it on the cooking compartment floor.
Drizzle some oil over the food to be grilled before you place it
on the wire rack under the grill.
If the food to be grilled is thin, turn it over halfway through
grilling; if it is thick, turn it over several times during grilling.
Use tongs when turning the food to avoid piercing it and, in
the case of meat, to keep the meat juices inside the meat.
Dark meats such as lamb and beef brown better and more
quickly than light meats such as pork and veal.
Tips on using the rotary spit
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Place the joint as centrally as possible on the rotary spit and
secure it at both ends with the retaining clips.
You can also truss the joint with string. With poultry, bind the
ends of the wings underneath the back and the thighs
against the body. This prevents them from overbrowning.
Pierce the skin on the underside of the wings to allow the fat
to escape.
If you are roasting on the wire rack, insert the enamelled
baking tray into shelf position 1 to collect the drips of fat.
Roasting tips
How can you tell when the roast is
ready?
Use a meat thermometer (available from specialist retailers) 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 burnt in places.
Check the shelf position and temperature.
The roast looks good but the juices are Next time, use a smaller roasting dish and add more liquid.
burnt.
The roast looks good, but the juices are Next time, use a larger roasting dish and add less liquid.
too clear and watery.
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