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Siemens BUILT-IN/BUILT-UNDER COOKER/OVEN Instruction manual
[en] Instruction manual
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Built-in oven
Ú Table of contents
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Safety advice and information .................................................. 3
Before installation ...............................................................................3
Safety advice and information ..........................................................3
Items that may damage the appliance ...........................................4
Your new oven ............................................................................ 5
Control panel .......................................................................................5
Function control knob ........................................................................5
Temperature control knob.................................................................5
Oven interior ........................................................................................6
Accessories .........................................................................................6
Before using the oven for the first time ................................... 7
Heating the oven.................................................................................7
Cleaning the accessories..................................................................7
Setting the oven.......................................................................... 7
Type of heating and temperature ....................................................7
Rapid heating ......................................................................................7
Care and cleaning ...................................................................... 7
Cleaning products ..............................................................................7
Light .......................................................................................................8
Removing the grill heating element.................................................8
Removing and refitting the wire shelves
or left and right hand side rails ........................................................8
Unhooking and hanging the oven door .........................................9
Fitting and removing the glass panels ...........................................9
Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 10
Troubleshooting table ..................................................................... 10
Changing the oven bulb ................................................................. 10
Protective glass panels................................................................... 10
After-sales service ................................................................... 11
E number and FD number ............................................................. 11
Energy-saving and environmental protection tips................ 11
Saving energy................................................................................... 11
Environmentally-friendly disposal of waste ................................. 11
Tested for you in our cooking studio ..................................... 11
Cakes and pastries ......................................................................... 11
Practical cooking tips and suggestions ...................................... 13
Meat, poultry, fish ............................................................................ 13
Tips for roasting and grilling.......................................................... 15
Gratins, soufflés, browned items .................................................. 15
Ready-made products .................................................................... 15
Special dishes .................................................................................. 16
Defrosting .......................................................................................... 16
Drying................................................................................................. 16
Jam making ...................................................................................... 16
Acrylamide in food ................................................................... 17
Test dishes................................................................................ 18
Baking ................................................................................................ 18
Grilling................................................................................................ 18
Produktinfo
Additional information on products, accessories, replacement
parts and services can be found at www.siemens-home.com
and in the online shop www.siemens-eshop.com
Safety advice and information
Read the instructions in this manual carefully. Keep the
operation and installation instructions. The corresponding
manual must be passed on to any subsequent owner.
This instruction manual is for use with both stand-alone ovens
and oven-hob combinations. Read the instruction manual
supplied with the hobs of oven-hob combinations to find out
how their hob controls work.
Before installation
The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for any malfunction
or damage which is caused by improper electrical installations.
Safety advice and information
This appliance has been designed exclusively for domestic use.
Only use the appliance for preparing food.
Children and young adults should not use the appliance without
supervision
■
because they may suffer either physical or mentally injuries,
or
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may not have the knowledge and experience to use it
correctly
Transport damage
Check the appliance after removing it from its packaging. If the
appliance has been damaged in transit, do not connect it to the
mains; contact the technical support service and note the
damage in writing, otherwise you may lose your rights to
compensation.
Electrical connection
Only an authorised technician may connect the appliance. The
warranty is void if any damage is caused by incorrect
connection.
Before using the appliance for the first time, ensure that your
domestic electrical system is earthed and meets all the current
safety regulations. An authorised technician should install and
connect your appliance. Use of this appliance without an earth
connection or incorrectly installed can cause serious injuries
(personal injuries or electrocution), although this is very rare.
Never allow children to play with the appliance.
Oven door.
The oven door must remain closed when the oven is switched
on. For safety reasons, we recommend keeping the oven door
closed, even when the oven is not being used.
Do not lean on, sit on or play with the oven door, even when it
is closed.
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Hot oven interior
Enhanced safety for the door
ã=Risk of burns.!
With certain recipes which require extended use of the oven at
high temperatures, the oven door may become extremely hot. If
you have small children at home, keep an eye on them while
the oven is being used.
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Never touch the oven's inner surfaces or heater elements
when they are hot. Always carefully open the oven door. The
oven may let out steam. Keep children away from the oven.
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Do not pour water into a hot oven. This can produce
extremely hot water vapour.
Do not use the oven to prepare dishes with large quantities of
strong alcoholic liquor. Alcohol vapour can ignite inside the
oven. Only use strong alcoholic liquors in small doses and
take care opening the oven door.
■
ã=Risk of fire!!
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Never put flammable objects into the oven. Never open the
door if smoke is coming from the appliance. Turn it off.
Remove the plug from the mains or disconnect the fuse/
circuit breaker in the fuse box.
■
Ensure that the greaseproof paper is securely fixed to the
accessories when pre-heating the appliance. An air current
occurs when the appliance door is opened. The greaseproof
paper could touch the heating elements and burn. Always
secure the greaseproof paper with a pan or baking tin. Only
cover the required surface with greaseproof paper. The
greaseproof paper must fit the accessory perfectly.
A safety device which prevents direct contact with the oven
door is also available. This optional accessory (671383) may
be obtained from our Technical Assistance Service.
Items that may damage the appliance
Caution!
■
Accessories, pans, film, greaseproof paper or aluminium foil
on the oven floor: Do not place any accessory on the oven
floor. Do not cover the oven floor with any type of film or
paper. Do not place any cookware on the oven floor if the
temperature is set at more than 50 ºC. It will get too hot.
Oven and cooking times will be inaccurate and the enamel
will be damaged.
■
Water in a hot oven Do not pour hot water into a hot oven.
Steam will be produced. The resulting changes in
temperature may damage the enamel and/or accessories.
■
Liquid foods: Do not keep liquid foods for too long inside the
oven with the door closed. This would damage the enamel.
■
Fruit juices: Do not overfill the tray when baking pies
containing juicy fruits. Fruit juice spilling from the tray will
cause stains that will be impossible to remove. Use the deep
enamel tray whenever possible.
■
Leaving the door open when the oven is cooling down The
oven must only be left to cool with the door closed. Even if
the oven door is left only slightly open, the fronts of nearby
kitchen units may be damaged over time.
■
Dirty oven seal A very dirty oven seal will prevent the oven
door from remaining properly closed during operation. The
fronts of nearby kitchen units may be damaged. Keep the
oven door seal clean at all times.
■
The oven door as a support surface: Do not rest or sit on the
oven door when it is open. Do not place any cookware or
accessory on the oven door.
■
Transporting the appliance: Do not use the door handle to
move or secure the appliance. The handle cannot take the
weight of the appliance and may break. The glass panel of
the oven door might move, causing misalignment between
the front panel and the glass panel.
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Grilling: When grilling, do not place the universal deep tray or
the flat oven tray at a height of more than 3. Due to the
extreme heat, it could be deformed and cause damage to the
enamel when it is removed. Use level 4 and 5 only for direct
grilling.
ã=Danger of short-circuits!
Never put the electric cables of electric appliances around the
door of the oven. The cable insulation could be damaged.
Hot accessories and pans/dishes
ã=Risk of burns.!
Never remove accessories or hot dishes from the oven without
using grippers.
Inappropriate repairs
ã=Risk of electrical discharge and the resulting shock.!
Incorrect repairs can be dangerous. Repairs can only be
carried out by qualified personnel from the Technical
Assistance Service. If the appliance is faulty, unplug from the
mains or remove the fuse/turn off the trip switch of the fuse
box. Notify the Technical Assistance Service.
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Your new oven
We will now describe your new oven. This chapter explains the
functions of the control panel and its individual elements.
Information is also provided about the oven's accessories and
internal components.
Control panel
Below is a general overview of the control panel. Elements may
vary according to the model.
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Retractable control knobs
Setting
In some ovens, the control knobs are retractable. The control
knob is retracted or returned by pressing it when at the zero
setting.
Function control knob
The function control knob is used to select the type of heating.
Setting
Û
Zero setting
2 Hot air*
4 Grill with hot air
( Large surface grill
* Grill, small surface
area
$ Bottom heating
A Defrosting
Use
I
Rapid heating
\
The oven reaches the programmed temperature very
quickly.
Light
For turning on the oven light.
* Type of heating used to determine the appliance energy efficiency rating according to EN60350.
Use
The oven is off.
For cakes and pastries. These can
be baked on two levels. A fan
located on the rear wall of the
oven disperses the heat evenly.
% Top and bottom heat- For cakes, gratin dishes, and lean
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meat roasts, e.g. veal or game, on
one level. The heat is provided by
the bottom and top heating elements.
For roasting joints of meat, poultry
and fish. The grill heating element
and the fan switch on and off alternately. The fan circulates the heat
generated by the grill around the
food.
For grilling steaks, sausages, fish
and toasting bread. The entire surface below the grill heating element is heated.
For grilling a small number of
steaks or sausages or small
amounts of fish, and toasting
bread. Only the central area of the
grill heating element heats up.
Confits, baking and cooking au
gratin. The heat comes from the
bottom heating element.
When a cooking method is selected the light inside the oven
comes on and in some ovens the indicator light on the function
control knob also comes on.
Temperature control knob
The temperature control knob is used to select the temperature
or the grill power level.
Setting
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50-270
Meaning
Zero setting
The oven does not heat up.
Temperature
range
The temperature inside the oven
in ºC.
û, ûû, ûûû Grill power
The power levels of the small
surface grill * and large surface
grill (.
û = level 1, low
ûû = level 2, medium
ûûû = level 3, high
When the oven heats up, the indicator light for the temperature
control knob comes on. This light goes off when heating is
paused. The indicator lamp does not light with light function \
or with the defrost function A.
Note: If grilling for more than 15 minutes, turn the temperature
control knob to the low setting.
Defrosting, e.g. meat, poultry,
bread and cakes. The fan circulates the hot air around the food.
* Type of heating used to determine the appliance energy efficiency rating according to EN60350.
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Oven interior
Your oven is supplied with only some of the following
accessories.
The oven includes a fan and light.
Accessories may be purchased from the Technical Assistance
Service, from specialist retailers or on the Internet. Enter the HZ
number.
Light
The oven light remains on while the oven is on.
However, the light can be turned on without the oven being on
by setting the function control knob to \.
Shelf
For cookware, baking tins, roasts,
grilled items and frozen meals.
Fan
Put the shelf in the oven so that the
curved part is face down ¾ .
The fan can be turned on and off as necessary. The hot air
escapes through the top of the door. Warning! Do not cover the
vent. The oven could overheat.
Flat enamel oven tray
For cakes, pastries and biscuits.
Accessories
Place the tray in the oven with its
raised lip facing the door.
Racks may be positioned in the oven at 5 different heights.
Universal deep enamel tray
For juicy cakes, pastries, frozen
meals and large joints for roasting.
This can also be used as a tray to
collect the fat when roasting directly
on the shelf.
Up to 2/3 of a rack may be pulled out without it tipping over.
This makes it easy to remove food.
Place the tray in the oven with its
raised lip facing the door.
Special accessories
Racks may deform as they heat up. Once they have cooled, the
deformation disappears and their operation is unaffected.
Accessories may be purchased from the Technical Assistance
Service or from specialist retailers. There is a wide range of
accessories available for the oven in our catalogues and on the
Internet. Ordering online and the availability of special
accessories changes from country to country. Consult your
purchase documentation.
Not all of the special accessories are suitable for all appliances.
When purchasing, always give the exact name (E-Nr.) of your
appliance.
Special accessories
HZ number
Use
Flat enamel oven tray
HZ361000
For cakes and biscuits.
Universal deep enamel tray
HZ362000
For cakes with juices, pastries, frozen meals and large joints
for roasting. This can also be used as a tray to collect the fat
when roasting directly on the shelf.
Shelf
HZ364000
For kitchen pans, cookware, baking tins, roasts, items placed
directly on a shelf and frozen meals.
Pizza tray
HZ317000
Ideal for pizza, frozen foods, or large round cakes. The pizza
tray can be used instead of the universal deep tray. Place the
tray on the shelf and follow the indications in the tables.
Metal pan
HZ26000
The casserole dish may be used on the roasting areas of the
ceramic hob. It is ideal when using the cooking sensors for the
automatic programme and for automatic roasting. The casserole dish is enamelled on the outside and has a non-stick internal coating.
Glass casserole dish
HZ915001
The glass casserole dish is ideal for preparing stews and
foods that need browning in the oven. It is especially suitable
for automatic programmes and automatic roasting.
Triple removable guide rails
HZ368300
The triple guide rails at levels 1, 2 and 3 ensure that accessories can be fully removed without them tipping over.
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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.
1. Select top and bottom heating % using the function control
knob.
2. Select 240 ºC with the temperature control knob.
Turn the oven off after one hour. To do this, turn the function
control knob to zero.
Heating the oven
To remove the "new" smell, heat the oven empty with the door
closed. The most effective option is to heat the oven for one
hour with the top and bottom heating elements % set at
240 ºC. Check that no packaging has been left inside the oven.
Cleaning the accessories
Before using the accessories for the first time, clean them
thoroughly using a cloth, hot water and a little soap.
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.
Changing the settings
The type of heating and temperature or grill setting can be
changed at any time using their respective selectors.
Note: We recommend preheating the oven before inserting the
food in order to avoid condensation on the oven glass.
Rapid heating
Type of heating and temperature
With the rapid heating function, the oven reaches the
programmed temperature very quickly.
Example in the picture: top and bottom heat % at 190 ºC.
1. Select the type of heating using the function control knob.
2. Select the temperature or grill power level with the
temperature control knob.
Rapid heating must be used for temperatures of more than
100 ºC.
To ensure uniform cooking, the food must not be put into the
oven until rapid heating has been completed.
1. Select rapid heating I using the function control knob.
2. Select the required temperature using the temperature
control knob.
The indicator light on the temperature control knob will light
up.
The oven will begin to heat up.
End of rapid heating
The indicator light will go out. Place the food in the oven and
select the required function and temperature.
Cancelling rapid heating
The oven will begin to heat up.
Set the function control knob to the zero setting. The oven
switches off.
Switching off the oven
Turn the function selector to the off position.
Care and cleaning
If cleaned and properly cared for, your oven will keep its bright
appearance and operating performance for many years to
come. Advice on how to care for and clean your oven is
provided below.
Notes
■ Different colours may be seen in your front panel due to the
various materials used in its manufacture, such as glass,
plastic and metal.
■
Dark patches in the door's glass panel may seem to be dirt
but they are in fact reflections from the oven light.
■
Enamel burns at very high temperatures. This may cause
slight discolouration. This is normal and does not affect the
oven's operation. The edges of thin baking trays may not be
completely enamelled. They may therefore feel slightly rough,
although their corrosive protection will be unaffected.
Cleaning products
Follow the indications provided in the table to avoid damaging
the various oven surfaces by using unsuitable cleaning
products. Do not use
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abrasive or acidic cleaning products
■
strong products containing alcohol
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scourers or hard sponges
■
high-pressure or steam cleaners
Wash new dishcloths thoroughly before use.
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Zone
Cleaning products
Front panel
Hot water and a little soap:
Clean with a dishcloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use a glass cleaning product or a glass scraper.
Stainless steel
Hot water and a little soap:
Clean with a dishcloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Immediately remove any
water marks, grease, cornflower or
egg white stains since corrosion
could occur underneath these marks
or stains.
Special products for the care of
stainless steel and which are suitable for hot surfaces may be obtained
from Technical Assistance Service
centres and specialist retail outlets.
Use a very fine soft cloth to apply
the cleaning product.
Glass panel
Glass cleaning products:
Clean with a soft cloth. Do not use a
glass scraper.
Glass panels on oven
door
Glass cleaning products:
Clean with a soft cloth. Do not use a
glass scraper.
Glass cover for the oven Hot water and a little soap:
light
Clean with a dishcloth.
The seal
Do not remove!
Hot water and a little soap:
Clean with a dishcloth. Do not rub.
Wire shelves or rails
Hot water and a little soap:
Soak and clean using a dishcloth or
brush.
Sliding guides
Hot water and a little soap:
Clean with a dishcloth or a brush.
Do not leave this to soak or wash in
a dishwasher.
Accessories
Hot water and a little soap:
Soak and clean using a dishcloth or
brush.
Cleaning the oven's enamelled bottom and walls
Use a cleaning cloth and hot water with a little soap or vinegar.
If very dirty, use a fine steel scourer or a special oven cleaning
product. These must only be used when the oven interior is
cold. Do not use metal scourers or special oven cleaning
products on self-cleaning surfaces.
Light
The oven light can be turned on manually to facilitate cleaning.
Turning on the oven light
Turn the function control knob to the \ setting.
The light will come on. The temperature control knob must be
turned off.
Turning the oven light off
Turn the function control knob to the Ûposition.
Removing the grill heating element
The grill heating element can be removed in some ovens to
facilitate cleaning.
ã=Risk of burns.!
The oven must be cold.
1. Pull the grill element handle towards you and push it upwards
until you hear it click into position (figure A).
2. At the same time, hold the grill element and swing it down
(figure B).
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Cleaning the self cleaning surfaces in the oven interior
After cleaning, push the grill heating element up again. Push
the locking handle down and secure the grill element.
The inside rear and side walls and ceiling of some ovens may
be lined with a highly porous ceramic lining. This lining absorbs
splashes produced during baking and roasting, dissolving them
while the oven is on. This cleaning will be most effective at
higher temperatures and during longer cooking times.
Removing and refitting the wire shelves or left
and right hand side rails
Carry out the following steps if the oven is still dirty after being
used several times:
1. Thoroughly clean the bottom and any walls that do not have
this lining.
2. Programming the hot air function 2.
3. Empty the oven and then leave it on with the door closed for
approximately 2 hours at maximum temperature.
The ceramic lining will regenerate. Once the oven has cooled
down, remove any brown and white stains with water and a soft
sponge.
The wire shelves or left and right hand side rails can be
removed for cleaning. The oven must be cold.
Removing the wire shelves or rails
1. Lift the wire shelf or rail from the front
2. and release it (figure A).
3. Then pull the wire shelf or rail completely out and remove it
(figure B).
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Slight discolouration of the lining does not affect its selfcleaning performance.
Caution!
■
Do not use abrasive cleaning products. These would scratch
and impair the highly porous lining.
■
Never use oven cleaning products on ceramics. If oven
cleaner is spilled on this accidentally, immediately remove it
using lots of water and a sponge.
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Clean the wire shelves or rails with washing-up liquid and a
sponge. The use of a brush is recommended for stubborn
stains.
Install the wire shelves or rails
Hanging the door
1. First insert the shelf or the rail in the rear groove by pushing it
Rehang the door by following the same steps but in reverse
order.
back slightly (figure A)
2. then insert it in the front groove (figure B).
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1. When refitting the door, check that both hinges are
positioned exactly inside their respective openings (picture
A).
2. The bottom groove of the hinges must fit snugly on both
sides.
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Wire shelves or rails can be adjusted on the left and right hand
side. Their curvature should always be face down.
Unhooking and hanging the oven door
The front panel can be unhooked to help remove the oven door
and clean the glass panels.
The door may be left crooked if the hinges are not mounted
properly.
The oven door hinges are fitted with a locking lever. The door
cannot be unhooked if the locking lever is closed (figure A).
Once the locking lever has been opened to unhook the door
(figure B), the hinges will be locked in position. This prevents
the door from suddenly closing.
3. Reclose the attachment levers (picture C). Close the oven
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door.
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ã=Risk of injuries.!
Do not touch the hinges; the door might accidentally fall or a
hinge might suddenly close. Notify the Technical Assistance
Service.
ã=Risk of injuries.!
The hinges may close suddenly if they are not locked in
position by the lever. Note that the locking levers are always
closed, apart from when unhooking the door, when the levers
must be open.
Fitting and removing the glass panels
Unhooking the door
Dismantling
1. Fully open the oven door.
1. Unhook the oven door and position it on a cloth with its
2. Remove both locking levers located on the right and left hand
sides (figure A).
handle pointing downwards.
2. Unscrew the upper cover from the door cover. To do this,
3. Fully close the oven door as far as possible (figure B). Grip
the left and right hand sides of the door with both hands.
Close the door slightly more and remove it.
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The glass panels of the oven door can be removed to make
cleaning easier.
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unscrew the right and left-hand side screws (figure A).
3. Lift and remove the top glass panel (figure B).
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In doors with three glass panels, the following step will also be
necessary:
4. Remove the lower glass (figure C).
1. Insert the lower glass panel by tilting it backwards (figure A).
When fitting the glass, ensure that the marking "right above"
at the bottom left-hand side is upside down.
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Clean the glass panels using a glass cleaning product and a
soft cloth.
2. Insert the upper glass panel backwards by tilting it with the
Do not use abrasive or corrosive cleaning products, glass
scrapers, or hard metal scourers as these could damage the
glass.
3. Fit and tighten the cover.
Installing
smooth surface facing outwards.
4. Hang the oven door.
Once the glass panels have been correctly fitted, the oven is
ready to use.
Follow steps 2 to 4 with doors that have two glass panels.
Troubleshooting
Quite often, when there is a malfunction, it is usually a small
irregularity which is easy to rectify. Before contacting the
Technical Assistance Service, try to determine the cause of the
fault using the following table.
Changing the oven bulb
If the oven light is damaged it must be replaced. Special heat
resistant bulbs can be obtained from the Technical Assistance
Service or in specialist shops. Only use this type of bulb.
Troubleshooting table
ã=Risk of electrical discharge and the resulting shock.!
Fault
Possible cause Solution/advice
Disconnect the appliance from the mains. Ensure that this is
turned off.
The oven does
not work.
The fuse has
blown.
Check the condition of the
fuse in the fuse box.
Power cut
Check that the light in the
kitchen and other household appliances are working.
1. Place a dishcloth into the cold oven to avoid damage.
2. Remove the glass protection by unscrewing it to the left.
ã=Risk of electric shock.!
Incorrect repairs can be dangerous. Repairs can only be
carried out by qualified personnel from the Technical
Assistance Service.
3. Replace the bulb with a similar bulb.
4. Screw the protection glass back into place.
5. Remove the dishcloth and switch the oven back on at the
mains.
Protective glass panels
Damaged protective glass panels must be replaced. Protective
glass panels cay be obtained from the Technical Assistance
Service. Please quote your appliance's product number and
production number.
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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.
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
can be found on the right-hand side of the oven door. 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.
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
0844 8928999
Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to
3 pence per minute. A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence
may apply.
IE
01450 2655
Trust the expertise of the manufacturer, and rest assured that
the repair will be carried out by trained service technicians
using original spare parts for your domestic appliance.
Energy-saving and environmental protection tips
In this chapter we offer you some advice about how to save
energy when baking or roasting and how to properly dispose of
the appliance.
reducing the cooking time for the second cake. Two
rectangular baking tins can be placed side-by-side.
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Saving energy
■
Preheat the oven only if this is required by a recipe or is
indicated in the tables.
■
Use dark, lacquered or black enamel baking tins. These are
more efficient at absorbing heat.
■
Keep the oven door closed during cooking, baking and
roasting cycles.
■
When baking several cakes, these should be preferably
baked one after the other. The oven will still be hot, thereby
For long cooking times, the oven may be turned off
10 minutes prior to the specified time, allowing the item to
continue to cook but taking advantage of the oven's residual
heat.
Environmentally-friendly disposal of waste
Dispose of packaging with the environment in mind.
This appliance is identified according to the Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive WEEE
2002/96/EC. This directive defines the framework for
the recycling and reuse of appliances used in EU
territory.
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.
■
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.
■
Cakes and pastries
Baking on one level
The best results are obtained with the upper and lower heat %
when baking cakes.
When baking using the hot air function 2, the following levels
are recommended for the accessories:
■
Cakes in moulds: level 2
■
Cakes on the tray: level 3
Baking at different levels
Using the hot air mode 2.
Baking on two levels:
■
Enamel baking tray: level 3
■
Aluminium tray: level 1
Always use oven gloves when taking hot accessories or
ovenware out of the cooking compartment.
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Trays put in the oven at the same time are not necessarily
ready at the same time.
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 contain a number of tips for each dish.
If 3 rectangular moulds are used at the same time, place on the
shelf as shown in the picture.
Tables
The table shows the optimum heating methods for each type of
cake or dessert. The temperature and cooking time will depend
on the amount and the consistency of the dough. For this
reason the cooking tables always provide approximate cooking
times. Always begin by trying the lowest value. The items will be
more evenly browned at a lower temperature. If necessary, this
can be increased next time.
If the oven is preheated, cooking times are reduced by 5 to 10
minutes.
Additional information is provided in the Tips for baking section
as an appendix to the tables.
To bake a cake only on one level, place the mould on the
enamel tray.
Baking tins
It is best to use dark-coloured metal baking tins.
When baking several cakes at the same time, the moulds can
be placed together on the wire shelf.
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.
Cakes in tins
Baking tin placed directly on Level
the shelf
Cake
Corrugated tart baking tin,
Ø 31 cm.
1
1+3
Quiche
Type of heating Temperature
in °C
%
2
%
Corrugated tart baking tin,
1
Ø 31 cm.
Cakes*
Corrugated cake baking tin, 2
%
Ø 28m.
* To bake more than one cake at a time, place several cake tins on the shelf.
Cakes baked on a tray
Pizzas
Level
Oven tray
2
Aluminium tray + flat oven tray 1+3
Puff pastry
Aluminium tray + universal
deep tray
Oven tray
1+3
3
Aluminium tray + flat oven tray 1+3
220-240
2
2
2
40-50
190-200
35-45
220-230
40-50
180-200
50-60
Type of heating Temperature
in °C
%
2
2
Cooking time, minutes
Cooking time, minutes
200-220
25-35
170-180
30-40
170-180
30-40
170-190
20-30
170-190
30-45
Aluminium tray + universal
1+3
170-190
30-45
deep tray
Additional baking trays can be obtained from a specialist retail outlet or from the Technical Assistance Service.
Bread and rolls
Level
Yeast bread made using 1.2 kg of
flour* (with preheating)
Enamel baking tray
Bread made from yeast-containing
dough containing 1.2 kg of flour*
(with preheating)
Enamel baking tray
Rolls (e.g. made from rye)
Enamel baking tray
2
2
3
Type of heating Temperature
in °C
%
%
%
Cooking time, minutes
270
8
200
35-45
270
8
200
40-50
200-220
20-20
* Never pour water directly into a hot oven.
Pastries
Pastries and biscuits
Meringues
Level
Enamel baking tray
3
Type of heating Temperature
in °C
%
150-160
140-150
25-30
25-30
180-210
2
Aluminium tray + flat oven tray
1+3
Aluminium tray + universal deep
tray
1+3
2
140-150
Enamel baking tray
3
2
80-90
Extra baking trays may be obtained as optional accessories from specialist retail outlets.
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Cooking time, minutes
20-30
Pastries
Level
Type of heating Temperature
in °C
%
Empty puffs
Enamel baking tray
2
Macaroons
Enamel baking tray
3
Aluminium tray + flat oven tray
1+3
Aluminium tray + universal deep
tray
1+3
%
2
2
Cooking time, minutes
190-210
30-40
110-130
30-40
100-120
35-45
100-120
35-45
Extra baking trays may be obtained as optional accessories from specialist retail outlets.
Practical cooking tips and suggestions
If you want to use your own recipe.
You can use a similar product to the one listed in the cooking table.
How to check whether your sponge cake is
ready.
Ten minutes before the end of the cooking time indicated in the recipe, test the
thickest part of the cake with a thin wooden skewer. The cake is ready when the
skewer comes out clean, with no traces of cake mix left on the skewer.
The cake is too flat.
Next time, try using less liquid or reduce the oven temperature by 10 degrees.
Ensure you mix the batter according to the times given in the recipe.
The cake has a peaked centre, but the edges
have shrunken.
Do not grease the tin. Once the cake is ready, use a knife to carefully remove it
from the tin.
If the cake is too brown on top.
Position the cake lower in the oven, reduce the oven temperature and bake it for
longer.
The cake is too dry.
Use a skewer to make small holes in the finished cake. Pour a few drops of fruit
juice or alcohol over the cake. Next time, increase the oven temperature by
10 degrees and reduce the cooking time.
The bread or cake (fruit cake, for example) looks Next time, use less liquid and leave the product for a little longer in the oven, at
fine on the outside but still has soft (soggy) areas a lower temperature. The bases of cakes with juicy toppings should be baked
inside.
first on their own. Then sprinkle chopped almonds or breadcrumbs on the base
before adding the topping. Follow the recipe and observe the cooking times.
Biscuits are not evenly browned.
Select a lower temperature; the biscuits will be browned more uniformly. Bake
more delicate pastries with top and bottom heating % on one level. Overhanging greaseproof paper may also affect air circulation. Always trim it to fit the baking tray.
Fruit cake is uncooked at the bottom.
Next time, put the cake on a lower level.
Juice from the fruit oozes out.
Next time, use the universal tray if available.
Small pastries made with yeast may stick
together during baking.
Leave a space of about 2 cm between them. Then they will have enough space
to rise and brown on all sides.
Products have been baked on different levels.
Biscuits on the upper tray are darker than those
on the lower tray.
Baking moist cakes produces condensation.
Always use the hot air function 2 when baking products on different levels.
Although several baking trays may be placed in the oven at the same time, this
does not mean that they will necessarily all be ready at the same time.
Condensation may form when baking. Some of this moisture may evaporate via
the door handle, and drops of condensation may form on the control panel or
on the front of nearby kitchen units. The oven is physically designed with this in
mind.
Meat, poultry, fish
Roasting
Cookware
Add in a little liquid if the meat is lean. Cover the base of the
ovenware with approx. ½ cm of liquid.
Any heatproof cookware can be used. For large roasts, the
enamel tray can also be used.
Add liquid generously for pot roasts. Cover the base of the
ovenware with approx. 1 - 2 cm of liquid.
It is best to use glass containers. Check that the lid of the
cookware will fit and close properly.
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.
If using enamel containers, add more liquid.
When using stainless steel pans, the meat does not brown well
and may even be left rare. If so, lengthen the cooking time.
Data shown in tables:
Uncovered cookware = open
Covered cookware = closed
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.
Always place cookware in the centre of the wire shelf.
Hot glass cookware should be placed on a dry dishcloth. The
glass could shatter if rested on a wet or cold surface.
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Turn the pieces after Z the time has elapsed.
Grilling
Always use the grill with the oven closed.
For grilling, preheat the oven for about 3 minutes before the
food is placed inside the oven.
The grill resistance switches on and off automatically. This is
normal. The frequency depends on the chosen power level.
Meat
Place the pieces directly on the wire shelf. If only one piece is
prepared, it is best if placed in the centre of the wire shelf.
Turn pieces of meat halfway through the cooking time.
Place the enamel tray at level 1. The tray will help keep the
oven clean by catching any meat juices.
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.
Do not place the baking tray or universal tray at level 4 or 5.
Due to the extreme heat, it could be deformed and cause
damage to the oven interior when it is removed.
After cooking, wrap sirloin in aluminium foil and leave it to rest
for 10 minutes in the oven.
In so far as it is possible, use pieces of the same thickness.
This will help them brown evenly and remain juicy. Salt the
fillets after grilling.
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
Cookware
Level
Ox stew (e.g. ribs)
1.0 kg
covered
2
Type of heating Temperature
at °C, grill
power
Smoked pork ribs, on the bone
1.0 kg
covered
2
Mince meat casserole
750 g of
meat
approx.
750 g
1.0 kg
uncovered
1
%
%
%
%
%
%
4
(
(
4
4
4
4
4
4
%
4
Shelf
4
(
Beef loin
Rare roast beef
1.5 kg
2
2.0 kg
2
1.0 kg
uncovered
1.5 kg
2
2.0 kg
2
1.0 kg
Steaks, well done
uncovered
1
Shelf
5
Steaks, rare
Pork without rind (e.g. neck)
Pork with rind (e.g. shoulder, leg)
Sausages
Roast veal
5
1.0 kg
uncovered
1
1.5 kg
1
2.0 kg
1
1.0 kg
uncovered
1
1.5 kg
1
2.0 kg
1
uncovered
2.0 kg
Boned leg of lamb
2
1.5 kg
2
2
uncovered
Poultry
1
%
%
4
Cooking time,
minutes
220-240
90
210-230
110
200-220
130
210-230
70
200-220
80
190-210
90
210-230
40
3
20
3
15
190-210
100
180-200
140
170-190
160
180-200
120
170-190
150
160-180
180
210-230
70
170-190
70
3
15
190-210
100
170-190
120
150-170
110
The weights of the table are for unstuffed birds ready to roast.
If cooking duck or goose, prick the skin below the wings to
release the fat.
Place whole birds on the wire shelf initially with the breast side
down. Turn once after Z the estimated time.
The birds can be made brown and crunchy if they are smeared
with butter, brine or orange juice more or less at the end of
cooking time.
Turn pieces of meat such as turkey pieces or turkey breasts
over after half the cooking time has elapsed. Turn the pieces of
poultry after Z the time has elapsed.
If grilling directly on the shelf, place the enamel tray on level 1.
Poultry
Weight
Cookware
Level
Chicken halves, 1 to 4 portions
400 g each
Shelf
2
Chicken pieces
250 g each
Shelf
2
Chicken, whole 1 to 4 birds
1.0 kg each Shelf
2
Duck
1.7 kg
Shelf
2
Goose
3.0 kg
Shelf
2
Young turkey
3.0 kg
Shelf
2
2 turkey legs
800 g each
Shelf
2
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Type of heating Temperature
in °C
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Cooking time,
minutes
200-220
40-50
200-220
30-40
190-210
50-80
180-200
90-100
170-190
110-130
180-200
80-100
190-210
90-110
Fish
remains stable, place a cut potato or a small container suitable
for baking into the abdomen of the fish.
Whole fish do not need to be turned over. Bake whole fish in
swimming position with the dorsal fin up. So that the fish
To cook fish fillets, add a few tablespoons of liquid when
cooking.
Turn the fish pieces after Z the time has elapsed.
If grilling directly on the shelf, place the enamel tray on level 1.
Fish
Weight
Cookware
Level
Grilled fish
300 g
Shelf
3
Fish slices
1.0 kg
2
1.5 kg
2
300 g each
Shelf
Type of heating Temperature
at °C, grill
power
(
4
4
(
4
Cooking
time, minutes
2
20-25
180-200
45-50
170-190
50-60
2
20-25
Tips for roasting and grilling
The table does not contain information
for the weight of the joint.
How to tell when the roast is ready.
Select the next lowest weight from the instructions and extend the time.
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.
Check the shelf height and temperature.
The roast is too dark and the crackling
is partly burnt.
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.
Gratins, soufflés, browned items
Place the cookware on the wire shelf.
To roast directly on the wire shelf without containers, insert the
enameled tray at height 1. This will keep the oven cleaner.
The result of a gratin depends on the size of the dish and gratin
height. The data shown in the table are only given as a guide.
Food
Cookware
Level
Type of heating
Sweet soufflés (e.g. cheese soufflé
with fruit)
Gratins seasoned with cooked ingredients (e.g. pasta with a browned topping)
Gratins seasoned with raw ingredients* (e.g. dauphinoise potatoes)
Soufflé dish
2
%
180-200
Soufflé dish or enamel tray 3
%
%
210-230
30-40
210-230
20-30
Browning dish or enamel
tray
Brown toast
Shelf
5
Grill toast
Shelf
3+1
3
2
2
4
4
(
4
Temperature
Cooking time,
at °C, grill power minutes
40-50
160-180
50-70
160-180
50-70
3
4-5
170-180
8-12
* The browning must not be more than 2 cm thick.
Ready-made products
Read and note the manufacturer's instructions on the
packaging.
When covering accessories with baking paper, ensure that the
paper is suitable for high temperatures. Cut the paper to the
size of dish to be prepared.
The result depends directly on the type of food. There may be
irregularities and colour differences in the raw products.
Food
Accessories
Level
Type of heating
Chips
Shelf or enamel tray
3
%
Pizza
Shelf
2
Pizza­baguette
Enamel baking tray
3
Note: The baking tray may deform when frozen foods are being
defrosted. This is due to the accessories being subjected to
%
%
Temperature in Time in min°C
utes
190-210
20-30
200-220
15-20
190-200
20-25
different temperatures. The deformation will disappear while
baking.
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Special dishes
4. Preheat the oven as instructed.
At low temperatures, a good creamy yoghurt and a spongy
yeast dough can be obtained.
5. Now, place the bowls or jars on the bottom of the oven and
First remove accessories and wire shelves or left and righthand side rails from inside the oven.
Leaving yeast dough to rise
prepare as follows.
1. Prepare the yeast dough as usual. Pour the dough into a
Making yoghurt
heat-resistant ceramic baking dish and cover it.
1. Boil 1 litre of milk (3.5 % fat) and allow it to cool to about
2. Preheat the oven as instructed.
40 °C.
3. Turn off the appliance and allow the dough to rise inside the
oven.
2. Mix 150 g of yoghurt (at fridge temperature).
3. Pour the mixture into jars or bowls and cover them with
transparent film.
Food
Yoghurt
Allow the yeast
dough to rise
Cookware
Level
Type of heating
Place the bowls or at the bottom of the 2
jars
oven
Temperature
Time
Preheat to 50 °C
5 min.
Place a heat-resist- at the bottom of the 2
ant baking dish
oven
50 °C
8h
Preheat to 50 °C
5-10 min.
Turn off the appliance and
place the dough inside the
oven
20-30 min.
Defrosting
Remove frozen food from the container and place in
appropriate cookware on the wire shelf.
Defrosting time depends on the type and quantity of food.
Place the bird on a dish with the breast facing down.
Read and note the manufacturer's instructions on the
packaging.
Frozen products
Accessories
For example, cream cakes, buttercream tarts, chocolate or Shelf
sugar-coated cakes, fruit, chicken, sausages and meat,
bread, rolls, pies and other pastries
Drying
Use only quality fruit and vegetables and wash thoroughly.
Allow to drain and dry completely.
Level
1
Type of heating
A
Temperature
The temperature control
knob remains off.
Cover the enamel tray and the wire shelf with special baking
parchment or greaseproof paper.
Turn the fruit or vegetables from time to time.
When they are golden, dry them and remove from the paper.
Food
Level
Type of heating
600 g of sliced apples
1+3
2
800 g of pears cut into chunks
1+3
1.5 kg of cherries
1+3
200 g of cleaned, fresh herbs
1+3
2
2
2
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time, hours
80
approximately 5 h
80
approximately 8 h
80
approximately 8-10 h
80
approximately 1½ h
Jam making
Preparation
For cooking, the jars and the elastic bands must be clean and
in perfect condition. Whenever possible, use jars of equal sizes.
The values in the tables are given for round 1-Litre jars.
1. Tip the fruit or vegetable into the jars but do not fill them to
Caution!
3. Place a cover and wet elastic band on each jar.
the brim.
2. Clean the edges of the jars; these must be clean.
Do not use larger or taller jars. Their lids could explode.
4. Close the jars with clamps.
Only use fruit and vegetables that are in good condition. Clean
them well.
Do not place more than six jars in the oven at the same time.
The times given in tables are only given as an indication. These
can vary according to the outside temperature, number of jars,
quantity and temperature of the jar content. Before turning off
the appliance, ensure the jars have begun to bubble.
Setting
1. Place the enamel tray at level 2. Place the jars on the tray so
that they do not touch each other.
2. Pour half a litre of hot water (approx. 80 ºC) on the flat oven
tray.
3. Close the oven door.
4. Position the control knob to bottom heat position $.
5. Set the temperature between 170 and 180 ºC.
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Jam making
After approximately 40 - 50 minutes, bubbles begin to form
rapidly. Switch the oven off
Take the jars out of the oven after approximately 25 35 minutes (the residual heat is used in this time). If these are
allowed to cool in the oven for more time, this could promote
the formation of germs making the jam acidic.
Fruit in 1 L jars
from when bubbles start to
appear
Residual heat
Apples, gooseberries, strawberries
To switch off
approx. 25 minutes
Cherries, apricots, peaches, gooseberries
To switch off
approx. 30 minutes
Apple, pear or cherry puree
To switch off
approx. 35 minutes
Cooking vegetables
When small bubbles begin to form in the jars, adjust the
temperature to approximately 120 - 140 °C. About 35 -
70 minutes, depending on the type of vegetables. After this
time, turn off the oven to use the residual heat.
Cold cooking vegetables in 1 L jars
When bubbles start to appear Residual heat
120­140 ºC
Peppers
-
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
Remove the jars from the oven
Caution!
Remove the jars from inside the oven when cooking is finished.
Do not place hot jars on a cold or wet surface. They could
explode.
Acrylamide in food
Acrylamide is produced especially in cereal and potato
products prepared at high temperatures, e. g., chips, toast,
rolls, bread and bakery products (biscuits, spicy biscuits,
Christmas biscuits).
Tips for preparing food with a low content in acrylamide
General
Baking
■
Keep cooking time to a minimum.
■
Brown food without toasting it too much.
■
Large, thick food products contain little acrylamide.
With top and bottom heat max. 200 °C
With hot air max. 180 °C.
Pastries and biscuits
With top and bottom heat max. 190 °C.
With hot air max. 170 °C.
Egg or egg yolk reduces acrylamide formation.
Oven chips
Spread in a single layer uniformly on the tray. Bake at least 400 g. per tray so that the
potatoes do not dry up
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Test dishes
These tables have been produced for test institutes to facilitate
the inspection and testing of the various appliances.
Covered apple tart on 2 levels:
Place dark spring moulds on top of one another.
In accordance with EN 50304/EN 60350 (2009) and IEC
60350.
Baking
Baking on 2 levels:
Always place the universal deep tray on the upper level and the
aluminum pan on the lower level.
Butter cookies:
Trays put in the oven at the same time are not necessarily
ready at the same time.
Covered apple tart on level 1:
Place dark spring moulds with some space between them.
Corrugated cake spring moulds:
Bake using upper and lower heating % on level 1. Use the
enamel tray instead of the wire shelf and place spring moulds.
Food
Accessories, advice and
warnings
Level
Butter cookies (preheating*)
Flat oven tray
2
Universal deep tray
3
Aluminium tray + flat oven
tray
1+3
2
Aluminium tray + universal
deep tray
1+3
20 small cakes
Enamel baking tray
3
20 small cakes on one tray (preheating)
Aluminium tray + flat oven
tray
1+3
Aluminium tray + universal
deep tray
Sponge cake (preheating*)
Pastry case
Apple pie
Type of heating Temperature in Time in min°C
utes
%
160-170
20-30
150-160
20-30
140-160
20-30
2
140-160
20-30
%
2
150-170
20-30
140-150
30-40
1+3
2
140-150
30-40
Spring tin
1
%
170-180
30-40
Enamel baking tray
3
30-40
Aluminium tray + flat oven
tray
1+3
2
160-180
150-160
30-45
Aluminium tray + universal
deep tray
1+3
2
150-160
30-40
2 wire shelves +
2 corrugated Ø 20 cm
detachable spring tins.
1+3
2
170-180
60-70
%
190-210
70-90
Enamel tray + 2 corrugated 1
Ø 20 cm spring baking tins.
%
%
* Do not use rapid heating to preheat the oven.
Shelves and baking trays may be obtained as special accessories from specialist retail outlets.
Grilling
If food is placed directly on the wire shelf, place the enamel tray
at level 1. The tray will help keep the oven clean by catching
any meat juices.
Food
Accessories
Level
Type of heating Grill power
Brown toast (preheat for 10 min.)
Shelf
5
(
12 beefburgers* (no pre-heating)
Grill + enamel tray
5+1
* Turn once after time Z.
18
(
Time in minutes
3
½-2
3
25-30
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