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Whirlpool SI6 874 SC IX Use and care guide
USER MANUAL
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT TO BE READ AND OBSERVED
Before using the appliance, read these safety
instructions. Keep them nearby for future
reference.
These instructions and the appliance itself provide
important safety warnings, to be observed at all
times. The manufacturer declines any liability for
failure to observe these safety instructions, for
inappropriate use of the appliance or incorrect
setting of controls.
Very young children (0-3 years) should be kept
away from the appliance. Young children (3-8
years) should be kept away from the appliance
unless continuously supervised. Children from 8
years old and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge can use this appliance
only if they are supervised or have been given
instructions on safe use and understand the
hazards involved. Children must not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance must
not be carried out by children without supervision.
WARning: The appliance and its accessible
parts become hot during use. Care should be taken
to avoid touching heating elements. Children less
than 8 years of age must be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
never leave the appliance unattended
during food drying. if the appliance is suitable
for probe usage, only use a temperature probe
recommended for this oven - risk of fire.
Keep clothes or other flammable materials
away from the appliance, until all the components
have cooled down completely - risk of fire. Always
be vigilant when cooking foods rich in fat, oil or
when adding alcoholic beverages - risk of fire. Use
oven gloves to remove pans and accessories. At
the end of cooking, open the door with caution,
allowing hot air or steam to escape gradually
before accessing the cavity - risk of burns. Do not
obstruct hot air vents at the front of the oven - risk
of fire.
Exercise caution when the oven door is in the
open or down position, to avoid hitting the door.
This appliance is not for professional use. Do
not use the appliance outdoors.
Do not store explosive or flammable substances
(e.g. gasoline or aerosol cans) inside or near the
appliance - risk of fire.
PERMITTED USE
CAUTiOn: The appliance is not intended to
be operated by means of an external switching
device, such as a timer, or separate remote
controlled system.
This appliance is intended to be used in
household and similar applications such as: staff
kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working
environments; farm houses; by clients in hotels,
motels, bed & breakfast and other residential
environments.
no other use is permitted (e.g. heating rooms).
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INSTALLATION
The appliance must be handled and installed by
two or more persons - risk of injury. Use protective
gloves to unpack and install - risk of cuts.
installation, including water supply (if any)
and electrical connections, and repairs must
be carried out by a qualified technician. Do not
repair or replace any part of the appliance unless
specifically stated in the user manual. Keep
children away from the installation site. After
unpacking the appliance, make sure that it has
not been damaged during transport. in the event
of problems, contact the dealer or your nearest
After-sales service. Once installed, packaging
waste (plastic, styrofoam parts etc.) must be
stored out of reach of children - risk of suffocation.
The appliance must be disconnected from the
power supply before any installation operation risk of electrical shock. During installation, make
sure the appliance does not damage the power
cable - risk of fire or electrical shock. Only activate
the appliance when the installation has been
completed.
Carry out all cabinet cutting works before fitting
the appliance in the furniture and remove all wood
chips and sawdust. Do not obstruct the minimum
gap between the worktop and the upper edge of
the oven - risk of burns.
Do not remove the oven from its polystyrene foam
base until the time of installation.
After installation, the bottom of the appliance
must no longer be accessible - risk of burn.
Do not install the appliance behind a decorative
door - risk of fire.
ELECTRICAL WARNINGS
The rating plate is on the front edge of the oven
(visible when the door is open).
it must be possible to disconnect the appliance
from the power supply by unplugging it if plug
is accessible, or by a multi-pole switch installed
upstream of the socket in accordance with the
wiring rules and the appliance must be earthed
in conformity with national electrical safety
standards.
Do not use extension leads, multiple sockets
or adapters. The electrical components must not
be accessible to the user after installation. Do not
use the appliance when you are wet or barefoot.
Do not operate this appliance if it has a damaged
power cable or plug, if it is not working properly,
or if it has been damaged or dropped.
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if the supply cord is damaged, it must be DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING MATERIALS
packaging material is 100% recyclable and is marked with the
replaced with an identical one by the manufacturer, The
. The various parts of the packaging must therefore
recycle symbol
its service agent or similarly qualified persons in be disposed of responsibly and in full compliance with local authority
regulations governing waste disposal.
order to avoid a hazard - risk of electrical shock.
DISPOSAL
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
in case of replacement of power cable, contact This appliance OF
is manufactured with recyclable or reusable materials.
an authorized service center.
Dispose of it in accordance with local waste disposal regulations.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
For further information on the treatment, recovery and recycling of
household electrical appliances, contact your local authority, the
collection service for household waste or the store where you purchased
the appliance. This appliance is marked in compliance with European
Directive 2012/19/EU, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent
negative consequences for the environment and human health.
WARning: Ensure that the appliance is switched
off and disconnected from the power supply
before performing any maintenance operation;
never use steam cleaning equipment - risk of
electric shock.
The symbol on the product or on the accompanying documentation
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or metal indicates that it should not be treated as domestic waste but must be
scrapers to clean the door glass since they can taken to an appropriate collection center for the recycling of electrical
scratch the surface, which may result in shattering and electronic equipment.
ENERGY SAVING TIPS
of the glass.
Only preheat the oven if specified in the cooking table or your recipe.
Ensure the appliance is cooled down before Use dark lacquered or enamelled baking trays as they absorb heat better.
Food requiring prolonged cooking will continue to cook even once the
any cleaning or maintenance. - risk of burn.
oven is switched off.
WARning: switch off the appliance before ECO DESIGN DECLARATION
This appliance meets the Eco Design requirements of European
replacing the lamp - risk of electrical shock.
Regulations n.65/2014 and 66/2014 in conformity to the European
standard En 60350-1.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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1. Control panel
2. Fan
3. Circular heating element (not
visible)
4. Shelf guides
(the level is indicated on the front
of the oven)
5. Door
6. Upper heating element / grill
7. Lamp
8. Meat probe connection
9. Identification plate
(not to be removed)
10. Lower heating element
(not visible)
Please note:
The cooling fan may switch itself on every so often during cooking in order to reduce energy consumption.
Once cooking is complete and the oven has been switched off, the cooling fan may continue to run for a certain period of
time.
When the oven door is opened during cooking, the heating elements switch off.
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EN
CONTROL PANEL
1 2
1. ON/OFF
For switching the oven on and
off and for stopping an active
function .
2. AUTOMATIC FUNCTIONS
For scrolling through the list of
automatic functions .
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5
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4. MANUAL FUNCTIONS
For scrolling through the list of
manual functions .
5. DISPLAY
6. NAVIGATION BUTTONS
For changing the settings and
values of a function .
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7. CONFIRMATION BUTTON
For confirming a selected function
or a set value .
8. START
For starting a function using the
specified or basic settings .
3. BACK
For returning to the previous
settings menu .
DESCRIPTION OF DISPLAY
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1. Symbol for the function selected,
cooking level indicator
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ECO
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2. Functions: defrost, warm keeping,
rising, browning, cleaning
3. Function settings
(temperature, grill level, etc.)
4. Automatic
5. Eco function
6. Digital
display
7. Setting the timer, cooking time,
delayed start and the clock
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ACCESSORIES
WIRE SHELF
DRIP TRAY
BAKING TRAY
SLIDING RUNNERS *
For use in cooking food
or as a support for pans,
baking pans and other
ovenproof cooking
receptacles .
For use as an oven tray
for cooking meat, fish,
vegetables, focaccia,
etc . or to collect cooking
juices when positioned
under the wire shelf .
For use in cooking bread
and pastry products, but
also for meat, fish en
papillotte, etc .
To facilitate inserting or
removing accessories .
TURNSPIT *
GRILL PAN SET *
For roasting large pieces
of meat and poultry .
uniformly in conjunction
with the “Turbo grill”
function .
To be placed inside
the drip tray, creating
a useful set for grilling
meat, fish or vegetables .
*Available only on certain models.
The number of accessories may vary depending on which model is purchased .
Other accessories that are not supplied can be purchased separately from the After-Sales Service .
INSERTING THE WIRE SHELF AND OTHER ACCESSORIES
1. Insert the wire shelf horizontally by sliding it across
the shelf guides, making sure that the side with the
raised edge is facing upwards .
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2. Other accessories, such as the drip tray and the
baking tray, are inserted horizontally in the same
way as the wire shelf .
USING THE TURNSPIT
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(IF PRESENT)
1. Insert the skewer into the centre of the meat and
slide it in until it is held firmly in place on the fork .
2. Push the second fork onto the skewer and slide it on
until it holds the meat firmly in place .
5. Insert the support at the second level, then insert
the tip of the skewer in the seating located on the
rear wall of the oven compartment .
6. Rest the round part of the skewer on the relevant
support .
3. Tighten the fixing screw to secure it in position .
To use the turnspit, select the “Turbo grill” function .
To collect the cooking juices, position the drip tray
below the meat and add 500 ml of water .
To avoid burning yourself, manipulate the hot skewer
with the plastic handle (which must be removed
before cooking) .
4. If cooking poultry, be sure to secure the meat with
twine .
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REMOVING AND REFITTING THE SHELF GUIDES
1. To remove the shelf guides, lift the guides up (1)
and then gently pull the lower part out of its seating
(2): the shelf guides can now be removed .
2. To refit the shelf guides, first fit them back into their
upper seating .
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3. Keep them raised as you bring them nearer to the
compartment .
4. Position them into the lower seatings .
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FITTING THE SLIDING RUNNERS
1. Remove the shelf guides .
2. Remove the plastic protection from the sliding
runners .
(ONLY IN SOME MODELS)
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5. Repeat these steps on the other shelf guide on the
same level . The sliding runners can be fitted on any
level .
6. Refit the shelf guides .
3. Fasten the upper clip of the runner to the shelf
guide and slide it along as far as it will go . (fig . A);
lower the other clip into position .
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Position the accessories on the shelf guides .
4. To secure the guide, press the lower portion of the
clip firmly against the shelf guide . Make sure that
the runners can move freely .
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FUNCTIONS
MANUALS
CONVENTIONAL 1-9
For cooking any kind of dish on one shelf only .
Use the 3rd shelf . To cook pizza, savoury pies and
sweets with liquid fillings, use the 1st or 2nd shelf .
Preheat the oven before placing food inside .
CONVECTION BAKE 2-9
For cooking meat and cakes with juicy fillings
(savoury or sweet) on single shelf . Use the 3rd shelf .
Preheat the oven before cooking .
FORCED AIR 3-9
For cooking a variety of food requiring the
same cooking temperature on several shelves
(maximum three) at the same time (e .g ., fish,
vegetables, desserts) . This function can be used
to cook different foods without odours being
transferred from one food to another . Use the 3rd
level to cook on one shelf only; the 1st and 4th levels
to cook on two shelves; and the 1st, 3rd and 5th
levels to cook on three shelves . Preheat the oven
before placing food inside .
ECO FORCED AIR 8-9
For cooking stuffed roasting joints and
fillets of meat on a single shelf . Food is prevented
from drying out excessively by gentle, intermittent
air circulation . When this ECO function is in use, the
light will remain switched off during cooking . To
use the ECO cycle and therefore optimise power
consumption, the oven door should not be opened
until the food is completely cooked .
SETTING 9-9
For changing the oven settings (time,
language, audible signal volume, brightness,
ECO mode, unit of measurement) .
Please note: When Eco mode is active, the brightness of the
display will be reduced after a few seconds to save energy.
It is reactivated automatically whenever any of the buttons
are pressed, etc.
GRILL 4-9
For grilling steaks, kebabs and sausages,
cooking vegetables au gratin or toasting bread . We
recommend placing food on the 4th or 5th shelf .
When grilling meat, we recommend using a drip tray
to collect the cooking juices: position it on the 3rd or
4th shelf, adding approximately 500 ml of drinking
water . The oven does not have to be preheated .
During cooking, the oven door must remain closed .
TURBO GRILL 5-9
For roasting large joints of meat (legs, roast
beef, chicken) . Position the food on the middle
shelves . We recommend using a drip tray to collect
the cooking juices: position it on the 1st or 2nd level,
adding approximately half a litre of water . The oven
does not have to be preheated . During cooking, the
oven door must remain closed . The roasting spit (if
provided) can be used with this function .
MAXI COOKING 6-9
For cooking large joints of meat (above 2.5 kg).
Use the 1st or 2nd shelves, depending on the size of
the joint. The oven does not have to be preheated.
We suggest turning the meat during cooking to
obtain uniform browning on both sides. It is
advisable to baste the meat every now and again so
that it does not become too dry.
FAST PREHEATING 7-9
For heating the oven up quickly .
* Function used as reference for the energy efficiency
declaration in accordance with Regulation (EU) No. 65/2014
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AUTOMATIC MODES
MEAT 1-9
This function automatically selects
the best temperature and cooking method for meat
(beef, veal, pork, lamb, etc .) . The temperature may
be modified within a given range to perfectly suit
different recipes and personal tastes . This function
intermittently activates the fan at low speed to
prevent the food from drying out too much . Use the
2nd shelf . The oven does not have to be preheated .
MEAT
POULTRY 2-9
This function automatically selects the
best temperature and cooking method for poultry .
The temperature may be modified within a given
range to perfectly suit different recipes and personal
tastes . This function intermittently activates the fan
at low speed to prevent the food from drying out
too much . Use the 2nd shelf . The oven does not have
to be preheated .
POULT
CASSEROLE 3-9
The function automatically selects the
best cooking mode and temperature for baking any
dish prepared with pasta (lasagne, cannelloni, etc) .
The temperature may be modified within a given
range to perfectly suit different recipes and personal
tastes . Use the 2nd shelf . The oven does not have to
be preheated .
CASSE
BREAD 4-9
The function automatically selects
the best cooking mode and temperature for baking
any type of bread (baguettes, bread rolls, sandwich
loaf, etc) . The temperature may be modified within
a given range to perfectly suit different recipes and
personal tastes . Use the 2nd shelf . The oven does not
have to be preheated .
BREAD
PIZZA 5-9
The function automatically selects
the best cooking mode and temperature for baking
any type of pizza (thin pizza, home-style pizza, flat
bread, etc) . The temperature may be modified within
a given range to perfectly suit different recipes and
personal tastes . Use the 2nd shelf . The oven does not
have to be preheated .
PIZZA
PASTRY 6-9
This function automatically selects the
best temperature and cooking method for all kinds
of pastries (leavened cakes, filled cakes, tarts, etc .) .
The temperature may be modified within a given
range to perfectly suit different recipes and personal
tastes . Use the 2nd or 3rd shelf . The oven does not
have to be preheated .
PASTR
RISING 7-9
For helping sweet or savoury dough
to rise effectively . Place the dough on the 2nd
shelf . The oven does not have to be preheated . To
maintain the quality of proving, do not activate the
function if the oven is still hot following a cooking
cycle .
RISIN
WARM KEEPING 8-9
For keeping just-cooked food hot and
crisp (e .g ., meat, fried food or flans) . Place the food
on the middle shelf . The function will not activate if
the compartment temperature is above 65°C .
WARM
SLOW COOKING 9-9
For gently cooking meat (at 90 °C) and
fish (at 85 °C) . This function cooks food slowly to
make sure that it stays tender and succulent . Thanks
to the low temperature, the food does not brown
on the outside and the end result is similar to steam
cooking .
We recommend searing roast meat in a pan first to
brown the meat and help seal in its natural juices .
Cooking times range from two hours for fish
weighing 300 g to four or five hours for fish
weighing 3 kg . Cooking times range from 4 hours
for 1 kg joints of meat to 6-7 hours for 3 kg joints of
meat .
For best results, do not open the oven door while
cooking is in progress, as this will allow the heat
to escape . Use the meat probe (if available) or a
standard oven thermometer for measuring the
temperature of food . For gently cooking meat (at 90
°C) and fish (at 85 °C) .
SLOW
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USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
1. SELECT THE LANGUAGE
You will need to set the language and the time of day
when you switch on the appliance for the first time:
“ENGLISH” will scroll along the display .
Use or to scroll through the list of available
languages and select the one you require .
to confirm your selection .
Press
Please note: The language can subsequently be changed
from the “SETTING” menu.
2. SET THE TIME
After selecting the language, you will need to set the
current time . The two digits for the hour will flash on
the display .
Use or to set the correct hour and press
to
confirm: the two digits for the minutes will flash on
the display .
Use or to set the minutes and press
to
confirm .
Please note: You may need to set the time again following
lengthy power outages.
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3. REHEAT THE OVEN
A new oven may release odours that have been left
behind during manufacturing: this is completely
normal .
Before starting to cook food, we therefore
recommend heating the oven with it empty in order
to remove any possible odours .
Remove any protective cardboard or transparent film
from the oven and remove any accessories that may
be inside .
Heat the oven to 200° C for about one hour, ideally
using a function with air circulation (e .g ., “Forced Air”
or “Convection Bake”) .
Follow the instructions for setting the function
correctly .
Please note: It is advisable to air the room after using the
appliance for the first time.
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DAILY USE
1. SELECT A FUNCTION
Press
to switch on the oven, then use
or
to scroll through the menus of the manual and
automatic functions .
or
until the function you
Keep pressing
to
require is shown on the display and then press
confirm .
SETTING THE END COOKING TIME (DELAYED START)
In many functions, once you have set a cooking time
you can delay starting the function by programming
its end time .
symbol
The display shows the end time while the
flashes .
CONVE
2. SET THE FUNCTION
After having selected the function you require, you
can change its settings .
The display will show the settings that can be
changed in sequence .
Use
or to set the desired end cooking time, and
to confirm .
press
Insert the food into the oven, close the door, and
to activate the function: the oven will switch
press
on automatically after the period of time calculated
for the cooking to end at the set time .
TEMPERATURE/GRILL LEVEL
When the value flashes on the display,
to confirm and
use or change it, then press
continue to alter the settings that follow (if possible) .
Please note: Once the function has been activated, you can
adjust the temperature by using or .
Please note: whatever the case, it is possible to cancel the
waiting time and activate the function immediately by
pressing
.
This setting also deactivates the oven's preheating phase.
Press
at any time to change the previously set value.
3. ACTIVATE THE FUNCTION
Once you have applied the settings you require, press
to activate the function .
DURATION
PRESS
When the
symbol flashes on the display,
use or to set the cooking time you require and
to confirm .
then press
You do not have to set the cooking time if you want to
to confirm and
manage cooking manually: press
start the function .
In this case, you cannot set the end cooking time by
programming a delayed start .
Please note: the selected cooking time can be adjusted while
the cooking is in progress by pressing
: Use or to
adjust it and
to confirm.
You can press
at any time to pause the function
that is currently active .
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4. PREHEATING
Some functions have an oven preheating phase: Once
the function has started, the display indicates that the
preheating phase has been activated .
. TIMER
When the oven is switched off, the display can be
used as a timer . To activate the function, make sure
or :
that the oven is switched off and then press
The symbol will flash on the display .
PRE
Once this phase has finished, an audible signal will
sound and the display will indicate that the oven has
reached the set temperature .
At this point, open the door, place the food in the
oven, close the door and start cooking .
Please note: placing the food in the oven before preheating
has finished may have an adverse effect on the final cooking
result.
Opening the door during the preheating phase will pause it.
The cooking time does not include a preheating phase.
You can always change the temperature you want to reach
by pressing
or .
5. END OF COOKING
An audible signal will sound and the display will
indicate that cooking is complete .
END
Press
to continue cooking in manual mode
to
(without a programmed cooking time) or use
extend the cooking time by setting a new duration .
In both cases, the temperature or the grill level
settings will be retained .
BROWNING
Some functions of the oven enable you to brown
the surface of the food by activating the grill once
cooking is complete .
PRESS
When the display shows the relevant message, if
to start a five-minute browning
required press
cycle .
To stop the function at any time whilst activated,
.
press
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Use
or to set the length of time you require and
to activate the timer .
then press
An audible signal will sound and the display will
indicate once the timer has finished counting down
the selected time .
Please note: The timer does not activate any of the cooking
cycles.
Use
or
to change the timer; press
to switch the
timer off at any time.
Once the timer has been activated, you can also select
and activate a function .
to switch on the oven, then select the
Press
function you require .
Once the function has started, the timer will continue
to count down independently without interfering
with the function itself .
CONVE
To deactivate the timer, press
.
function, then press
to stop the current
. KEY LOCK
To lock the keypad, press and hold
same time for at least five seconds .
and
at the
Do this again to unlock the keypad .
Please note: This function can also be activated during
cooking.
For safety reasons, the oven can be switched off at any time
by pressing and holding .
USEFUL TIPS
HOW TO READ THE COOKING TABLE
The table lists the best function, accessories and level
to use to cook different types of food .
Cooking times start from the moment food is placed
in the oven, excluding preheating (where required) .
Cooking temperatures and times are approximate
and depend on the amount of food and the type of
accessory used .
Use the lowest recommended settings to begin with
and, if the food is not cooked enough, then switch to
higher settings .
Use the accessories supplied and preferably darkcoloured metal cake tins and baking trays . You can
also use Pyrex or stoneware pans and accessories,
but bear in mind that cooking times will be slightly
longer .
COOKING DIFFERENT FOODS AT THE SAME TIME
The “Forced Air” function enables you to cook
different foods (such as fish and vegetables) on
different shelves at the same time .
Remove the food which requires a shorter cooking
time and leave the food which requires a longer
cooking time in the oven .
DESSERTS
Cook delicate desserts on one shelf only with the
Conventional function .
Use dark-coloured metal baking pans and always
place them on the wire rack supplied .
To cook on more than one shelf, select the “Forced
Air” function and position the cake tins on different
wire racks to facilitate the circulation of hot air .
To check whether a leavened cake is fully cooked,
insert a wooden toothpick into the centre of the cake .
If the toothpick comes out clean, the cake is ready .
If using non-stick baking pans, do not butter the
edges as the dessert may not rise evenly around the
edges .
If the item “swells” during baking, use a lower
temperature next time and consider reducing the
amount of liquid you add or stirring the mixture more
gently .
For desserts with moist fillings or toppings (such as
cheesecake or fruit tarts), use the “Convection Bake”
function .
If the base of the cake is soggy, put the wire rack on a
lower shelf and sprinkle the bottom of the cake with
breadcrumbs or biscuit crumbs before adding the
filling .
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PIZZA
Lightly grease the baking trays to ensure the pizza has
a crispy base .
Sprinkle the mozzarella cheese over the pizza twothirds of the way through cooking .
RISING
It is always best to cover the dough with a damp cloth
before placing it in the oven .
Dough proving time with this function is reduced
by approximately one-third compared to proving at
room temperature (20-25°C) .
The rising time for pizza starts at around one hour for
1 kg of dough .
MEAT
Use any kind of baking tray or pyrex dish suited to the
size of the piece of meat being cooked .
For roast meat, it is best to add some stock to the
bottom of the pan, basting the meat during cooking
for added flavour . When the roast is ready, let it rest
in the oven for another 10-15 minutes, or wrap it in
aluminium foil .
When you want to grill meat, choose cuts with an
even thickness all over in order to achieve uniform
cooking results . Very thick pieces of meat require
longer cooking times . To prevent the meat from
burning on the outside, lower the position of the wire
rack farther away from the grill . Turn the meat twothirds of the way through cooking .
To collect the cooking juices, pour half a litre of water
into the drip tray and position this directly under the
wire rack holding the meat . Top-up when necessary .
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COOKING TABLE
RECIPE
FUNCTION
PASTR
PREHEAT
TEMPERATURE
(°C)
COOK TIME (Min.)
LEVEL
AND ACCESSORIES
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160 - 180
30 - 90
2/3
Yes
160 - 180
30 - 90
4
-
160 – 200
30 - 85
3
Yes
160 – 200
35 - 90
4
-
170 – 180
15 - 45
3
Yes
160 - 170
20 - 45
4
1
Yes
160 - 170
20 - 45 ***
5
3
Yes
180 - 200
30 - 40
3
Yes
180 - 190
35 - 45
4
1
Yes
180 - 190
35 - 45 ***
5
3
Yes
90
110 - 150
3
Yes
90
130 - 150
4
1
Yes
90
140 - 160 ***
5
3
-
220 - 250
20 - 40
2
Yes
220 - 240
20 - 40
4
1
Yes
220 - 240
25 - 50 ***
5
3
Leavened cakes
PASTR
Filled cake
(cheesecake, strudel, fruit pie)
PASTR
Biscuits/tartlets
Choux buns
Meringues
PIZZA
Pizza (Thin, thick, flat bread)
MANUAL
FUNCTIONS
AUTOMATIC
FUNCTIONS
Conventional
Turbo Grill
MEAT
POULT
CASSE
Meat
Poultry
Casserole
ACCESSORIES
Wire Rack
16
Grill
Drip tray / Dessert
Baking tray or cake tin
tray / Baking tray on
on the wire rack
wire rack
Forced Air
Convection Bake
1
1
1
1
1
1
Eco Forced Air
BREAD
PIZZA
Bread
Pizza
Pastry
Drip tray
Drip tray with 500 ml
of water
Baking tray
PASTR
EN
RECIPE
FUNCTION
PREHEAT
TEMPERATURE
(°C)
COOK TIME (Min.)
LEVEL
AND ACCESSORIES
Bread loaf 1 kg
BREAD
-
180 - 220
50 - 70
2
Rolls
BREAD
-
180 - 220
30 - 50
2
Yes
180 - 200
30 - 60
4
Yes
250
10 - 20
3
Yes
250
10 - 20
4
Yes
180 - 190
40 - 55
2/3
Yes
180 - 190
45 - 60
4
1
Yes
180 - 190
45 - 70 ***
5
3
Yes
190 - 200
20 - 30
3
Yes
180 - 190
20 - 40
4
1
Yes
180 - 190
20 - 40 ***
5
3
Bread
PIZZA
Frozen pizza
Salty cakes
(vegetable pie, quiche)
Vol-au-vent / puff pastry crackers
Lasagne/soufflé
CASSE
-
190 - 200
40 - 65
3
Baked pasta/cannelloni
CASSE
-
190 - 200
25 - 45
3
Lamb/veal/
beef/pork 1 kg
MEAT
-
190 - 200
60 - 90
3
Poultry/rabbit/duck 1 kg
POULT
-
200 - 230
50 - 80
3
Turkey / goose 3 kg
POULT
-
190 - 200
90 - 150
2
Yes
180 - 200
40 - 60
3
Baked Whole Fish (fillet, whole)
MANUAL
FUNCTIONS
AUTOMATIC
FUNCTIONS
Conventional
Grill
Turbo Grill
MEAT
POULT
CASSE
Meat
Poultry
Casserole
ACCESSORIES
Wire rack
Drip tray / Dessert
Baking tray or cake tin
tray / Baking tray on
on the wire rack
wire rack
Forced Air
Convection Bake
1
1
1
1
Eco Forced Air
BREAD
PIZZA
Bread
Pizza
Pastry
Drip tray
Drip tray with 500 ml
water
Baking tray
PASTR
17
PREHEAT
TEMPERATURE
(°C)
COOK TIME (Min.)
Yes
180 - 200
50 - 60
2
Toasted bread
-
3 (High)
3-6
5
Fish fillets/slices
-
2 (Medium)
20 - 30 *
4
3
Sausages / kebabs /
spare ribs / hamburgers
-
2-3
(Medium-High)
15 - 30 *
5
4
Roast chicken 1-1.3 kg
-
2 (Medium)
55 - 70 **
2
1
Roast beef rare 1 kg
-
2 (Medium)
35 - 50 **
3
Leg of lamb/knuckle
-
2 (Medium)
60 - 90 **
3
Roast potatoes
-
2 (Medium)
35 - 55 **
3
Vegetable gratin
-
3 (High)
10 - 25
3
Lasagne and meat
Yes
200
50 - 100 ***
4
1
Meat and potatoes
Yes
200
45 - 100 ***
4
1
Fish and vegetables
Yes
180
30 - 50 ***
4
1
Complete meal: Fruit tart (level 5)/
lasagne (level 3)/meat (level 1)
Yes
190
40 - 120 ***
5
3
Stuffed roasting joints
-
200
80 - 120 ***
3
Cuts of meat
(rabbit, chicken, lamb)
-
200
50 - 100 ***
3
RECIPE
FUNCTION
Stuffed vegetables
(tomatoes, courgettes, aubergines)
LEVEL
AND ACCESSORIES
1
* Turn food halfway through cooking.
** Turn food two-thirds of the way through cooking (if necessary).
*** Estimated length of time: dishes can be removed from the oven at different times depending on personal preference.
MANUAL
FUNCTIONS
AUTOMATIC
FUNCTIONS
Conventional
Turbo Grill
MEAT
POULT
CASSE
Meat
Poultry
Casserole
ACCESSORIES
Wire rack
18
Grill
Drip tray / Dessert
Baking dish or cake tin
tray / Baking tray on
on the wire rack
wire rack
Forced Air
Convection Bake
Eco Forced Air
BREAD
PIZZA
Bread
Pizza
Pastry
Drip tray
Drip tray with 500 ml
water
Baking tray
PASTR
EN
TESTED RECIPES
Compiled for the certification authorities in accordance with the standard IEC 60350-1
PREHEAT
LEVEL
TEMP. (°C)
COOK TIME
(Min.)
ACCESSORIES* AND NOTES
Yes
3
150
30 - 40
Drip tray / baking tray
Yes
3
150
25 - 35
Drip tray/baking tray
Yes
1-4
150
25 - 35
Shelf 4: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray/baking tray
Yes
3
170
20 - 30
Drip tray / baking tray
Yes
3
160
20 - 30
Drip tray/baking tray
Yes
1-4
160
25 - 35
Shelf 4: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray/baking tray
Yes
2
170
30 - 40
Cake tin on wire rack
Yes
2
160
30 - 40
Cake tin on wire rack
Yes
1-4
160
35 - 45
Shelf 4: cake tin on wire rack
Shelf 1: Baking pan on wire rack
Yes
2
185
70 - 90
Cake tin on wire rack
Yes
2
175
70 - 90
Cake tin on wire rack
Yes
1-4
175
75 - 95
Shelf 4: cake tin on wire rack
Shelf 1: cake tin on wire rack
Toast
-
5
3 (High)
4-6
Wire rack
Hamburgers
-
5
3 (High)
18 - 30
Shelf 5: wire rack (turn food
halfway through cooking)
Shelf 4: drip tray with water
RECIPE
FUNCTION
Shortbread
Small cakes
Fatless sponge
cake
2 Apple pies
* The accessories that are not supplied with this
oven are available for purchase from our After-Sales
Service .
MANUAL
FUNCTIONS
Conventional
Grill
Energy efficiency class (in accordance with the
IEC 60350-1 standard): refer to the specific table to
conduct the test .
Turbo Grill
Forced Air
Convection Bake
Eco Forced Air
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CLEANING
Do not use steam cleaning
equipment.
Use protective gloves during all
operations.
Carry out the required operations Do not use wire wool, abrasive
with the oven cold.
scourers or abrasive/corrosive
cleaning agents, as these could
Disconnect the oven from the
damage the surfaces of the
power supply.
appliance.
EXTERIOR SURFACES
Clean the surfaces with a damp microfibre cloth . If
they are very dirty, add a few drops of pH-neutral
detergent . Finish off with a dry cloth .
Do not use corrosive or abrasive detergents . If any of
these products inadvertently comes into contact with
the surfaces of the appliance, clean immediately with
a damp microfibre cloth .
INTERIOR SURFACES
•
After every use, start cooling down the oven and
then clean it while it is still a bit warm, removing
any deposits or stains caused by food residues . To
dry any condensation that has formed as a result of
cooking food with a high water content, cool the
oven completely and then wipe it with a cloth or
sponge .
•
•
Clean the glass door with a suitable liquid detergent .
The oven door can be removed to facilitate cleaning .
ACCESSORIES
Soak the accessories in a washing-up liquid solution
after use, handling them with oven gloves if they are
still hot .
CLEANING THE CATALYTIC PANELS
This oven can be equipped with special catalytic
liners that facilitate cleaning of the cooking
compartment thanks to their special self-cleaning
coating, which is highly porous and able to absorb
grease and grime.
These panels are fitted to the shelf guides: When
repositioning and then refitting the shelf guides,
make sure that the hooks at the top are slotted into
the appropriate holes in the panels.
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Food residues can be removed using a washing-up
brush or a sponge .
(ONLY IN SOME MODELS)
To make best use of the catalytic panels’ self-cleaning
properties, we recommend heating the oven to 200 °C
for around one hour using the “Convection Bake”
function. The oven must be empty during this time.
Then leave the oven to cool down before
removing any remaining food residues using
a non-abrasive sponge.
Please note: Using corrosive or abrasive cleaning agents, stiff
brushes, pan scourers or oven sprays could damage the
catalytic surface and compromise its self-cleaning properties.
Please contact our After-sales Service if you require
replacement panels.
EN
MAINTENANCE
Use protective gloves during all
operations.
Carry out the required operations Disconnect the oven from the
with the oven cold.
power supply.
REMOVING THE DOOR
1. Open the door fully .
4. Take a firm hold of the door with both hands – do
not hold it by the handle .
Simply remove the door by continuing to close it
while pulling it upwards at the same time until it is
released from its seating .
~15°
b
2. Lower the catches as far as they will go .
a
a
b
5. Put the door to one side, resting it on a soft surface .
3. Close the door as much as you can .
~60°
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REFITTING THE DOOR
1. Hold the door near the oven and line up the hinge
hooks with their seatings .
5. Apply gentle pressure to check that the catches are
in the correct position .
“CLICK”
2. Fasten the upper part to the slots .
3. Lower the door and then open it fully .
4. Lower the catches into their original position: make
sure that you lower them down completely .
a
b
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6. Try closing the door and check to make sure that it
lines up with the control panel . If it does not, repeat
the steps above: the door could become damaged if
it does not work properly .
EN
REPLACING THE LAMP
1. Disconnect the oven from the power supply .
2. Unscrew the cover from the light, replace the bulb
and screw the cover back on the light .
Please note: Only use 20-40 W/230 V type G9, T300°C
halogen bulbs .
The bulb used in the product is specifically designed
for domestic appliances and is not suitable for general
room lighting within the home (EC Regulation
244/2009) .
Light bulbs are available from our After-Sales Service .
- If using halogen bulbs, do not handle them with
your bare hands as your fingerprints could cause
damage . Do not use the oven until the light cover has
been refitted .
3. Reconnect the oven to the power supply .
LOWERING THE UPPER HEATING ELEMENT
(ONLY IN SOME MODELS)
1. Remove the shelf guides .
3. Lower the heating element .
1
2
2. Carefully take the heating element out .
4. To reposition the heating element, lift it up, pulling
it slightly towards you, be sure it comes to rest on
the lateral supports .
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Any problems that arise or faults that occur can often be resolved easily .
Before contacting the After-sales Service, check the following table to see whether you can resolve the
problem yourself .
If the problem persists, contact your nearest After-sales Service Centre .
Read the safety instructions carefully before carrying out any of the following work
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Malfunction.
Check for the presence of mains electrical
power and whether the oven is connected
to the electricity supply.
Turn off the oven and restart it to see if the
problem persists.
Function selected.
Select a different function. Turn off the oven
and restart it to see if the fault persists.
Door open.
Close the door and see if the fault persists.
The time is flashing .
Power cut.
You need to reset the time: Follow the
instructions given in the “Using the
appliance for the first time” section.
The display shows the letter “F”
followed by a number .
Fault.
Contact you nearest Client After-sales
Service Centre and state the number
following the letter “F”.
The door will not close properly .
The safety catches are in the wrong
position.
Make sure that the safety catches are
in the correct position by following the
instructions for removing and refitting the
door in the “Maintenance” section.
Cooking will not start and/or an
audible signal sounds .
The selected function is not
compatible with the action you wish
to perform.
Select the function again. Remove and then
reinsert the meat probe.
Power cut.
The oven is not working .
The oven is not heating up .
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Disconnection from the mains.
EN
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
ECO mode activated.
Go to the “SETTING” menu to deactivate
ECO mode.
“Eco forced air” function selected.
Select a different function.
The light is not working .
The bulb needs replacing.
Follow the instructions for replacing the
bulb given in the “Maintenance” section.
The brightness of the display is
reduced .
ECO mode activated.
Go to the “SETTING” menu to deactivate
ECO mode.
The light switches off during
cooking .
Nothing is happening when the
buttons are pressed .
The oven is making noises, even
when it is switched off .
Oven OFF.
Keypad lock activated.
The control panel is dirty.
Cooling fan active.
Press and hold to switch on the oven
and see whether the problem persists.
Deactivate the keypad lock by pressing the
and
buttons at the same time.
Clean the surface of the control panel with
a microfibre cloth (see “Cleaning” section).
Open the door or wait until the cooling
process has finished.
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TECHNICAL DATA
A complete product specification, including the energy efficiency ratings for this oven, can be read and
downloaded from our website docs.hotpoint.eu
WWW
AFTER-SALES
SERVICE
BEFORE CONTACTING OUR AFTERSALES SERVICE
1. Check whether you can resolve the problem
yourself using any of the measures described in the
Troubleshooting section .
2. Turn off the oven and restart it to see if the
problem persists .
IF THE PROBLEM PERSISTS AFTER HAVING
PERFORMED ALL OF THE NECESSARY CHECKS,
CONTACT YOUR NEAREST AFTER-SALES SERVICE
CENTRE.
To receive assistance, call the number given on the
warranty leaflet enclosed with the product or follow
the instructions on our website . Be prepared to
provide:
•
•
•
•
•
a brief description of the problem;
the exact model type of your product;
the assistance code (the number following the word
SERVICE on the identification plate attached to the
product, which can be seen on the left-hand inside
edge when the oven door is open);
your full address;
a contact telephone number .
Model: xxxXXXXxx
XXXXXX XXXXXX
XXXXX XXXXXXX
Please note: If repairs are required, contact an
authorised service centre that is guaranteed to use
original spare parts and perform repairs correctly .
Please refer to the enclosed warranty leaflet for more
information on the warranty .
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EN
x2
90°C
27
345
20
540
95
482
595
89° max
537
572
5,5
6
4
595
538
min 550
min 550
min 500
600
30
min 500
min 560
30
5
28
min 560
583 + 2
EN
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