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Whirlpool W7 OM3 4S1 H Setup and user guide
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Quick guide
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Before using the appliance carefully read the Safety
Instruction.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
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. Identification plate
(do not remove)
9. Lower heating element
(not visible)
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CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
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1. ON / OFF
For switching the oven on and off
and for stopping an active function.
2. FUNCTIONS DIRECT ACCESS
For quick access to the functions
and menu.
3. NAVIGATION BUTTON MINUS
For scrolling through a menu and
decreasing the settings or values of
a function.
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4. BACK
For returning to the previous screen.
During cooking, allows settings to
be changed.
5. DISPLAY
For immediately starting a function.
6. CONFIRM
For confirming a selected function
or a set value.
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7. NAVIGATION BUTTON PLUS
For scrolling through a menu and
increasing the settings or values of a
function.
8. OPTIONS / FUNCTIONS DIRECT
ACCESS
For quick access to the functions,
duration, settings and favorites.
9. START
For starting a function using the
specified or basic settings.
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ACCESSORIES
WIRE SHELF
DRIP TRAY
BAKING TRAY
Use to cook food or as a
support for pans, cake tins
and other ovenproof items of
cookware
Use as an oven tray for
Use for cooking all bread and
cooking meat, fish,
pastry products, but also for
vegetables, focaccia, etc. or
roasts, fish en papillotte, etc.
position underneath the wire
shelf to collect cooking juices.
SLIDING RUNNERS *
To facilitate inserting or
removing accessories.
* Available only on certain models
The number and the type of accessories may vary depending on which model is purchased.
Other accessories can be purchased separately from the After-sales Service.
INSERTING THE WIRE SHELF AND OTHER
ACCESSORIES
Insert the wire shelf horizontally by sliding it across the
shelf guides, making sure that the side with the raised
edge is facing upwards.
Other accessories, such as the drip tray and the baking
tray, are inserted horizontally in the same way as the
wire shelf.
REMOVING AND REFITTING THE SHELF GUIDES
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To remove the shelf guides, lift the guides up and
then gently pull the lower part out of its seating: The
shelf guides can now be removed.
To refit the shelf guides, first fit them back into their
upper seating. Keeping them held up, slide them
into the cooking compartment, then lower them into
position in the lower seating.
FITTING THE SLIDING RUNNERS (IF PRESENT)
Remove the shelf guides from the oven and remove the
protective plastic from the sliding runners.
Fasten the upper clip of the runner to the shelf guide
and slide it along as far as it will go. Lower the other
clip into position. To secure the guide, press the lower
portion of the clip firmly against the shelf guide. Make
sure that the runners can move freely. Repeat these
steps on the other shelf guide on the same level.
Please note: The sliding runners can be fitted on any level.
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FUNCTIONS
6th SENSE
These allow a fully automatic cooking for all
types of food (Lasagna, Meat, Fish, Vegetables, Cakes &
Pastries, Salt cakes, Bread, Pizza).
To get the best from this function, follow the indications
on the relative cooking table.
COOK 4 FUNCTIONS
For cooking different foods that require the same
cooking temperature on four levels at the same time.
This function can be used to cook cookies, cakes, round
pizzas (also frozen) and to prepare a complete meal.
Follow the cooking table to obtain the best results.
FORCED AIR
For cooking different foods that require the same
cooking temperature on several shelves (maximum
three) at the same time. This function can be used to
cook different foods without odours being transferred
from one food to another.
TRADITIONAL FUNCTIONS
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CONVECTION BAKE
For cooking meat, baking cakes with fillings on one
shelf only.
TURBO GRILL
For roasting large joints of meat (legs, roast beef,
chicken). We recommend using a drip tray to collect
the cooking juices: Position the pan on any of
the levels below the wire shelf and add 500 ml of
drinking water.
FROZEN BAKE
The function automatically selects the ideal cooking
temperature and mode for 5 different types of
ready frozen food. The oven does not have to be
preheated.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
» » MAXI COOKING
The function automatically selects the best
cooking mode and temperature to cook large
joints of meat (above 2.5 kg). It is advisable to
turn the meat over during cooking, to obtain
even browning on both sides. It is best to baste
the meat every now and again to prevent it from
drying out.
» » RISING
For optimal proving of sweet or savoury dough.
To maintain the quality of proving, do not
activate the function if the oven is still hot
following a cooking cycle.
» » DEFROST
To speed up defrosting of food. Place food on
the middle shelf. Leave food in its packaging to
prevent it from drying out on the outside.
» » KEEP WARM
For keeping just-cooked food hot and crisp.
» » ECO FORCED AIR
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.
CONVENTIONAL
For cooking any kind of dish on one shelf only.
GRILL
For grilling steaks, kebabs and sausages, cooking
vegetables au gratin or toasting bread. When grilling
meat, we recommend using a drip tray to collect the
cooking juices: Position the tray on any of the levels
below the wire shelf and add 500 ml of drinking water.
FAST PREHEAT
For preheating the oven quickly.
TIMERS
For editing function time values.
For keeping time without activating a function.
SMART CLEAN
The action of water vapor released during this
special cycle of cleaning by means of a low temperature,
facilitates removal of grime. Place 200 ml of drinking
water on the bottom of the cavity and activate the
function when the oven is cold.
FAVORITE
For retrieving the list of 10 favorite functions.
SETTINGS
For adjusting the oven settings.
When “ECO” mode is active the brightness of the display will
be reduced to save energy and lamp switches off after 1
minute. It will be reactivated automatically whenever any of
the buttons are pressed.
When “DEMO” is “On” all commands are active and menus
available but the oven doesn’t heat up. To deactivate this
mode, access “DEMO” from “SETTINGS” menu and select “Off”.
By selecting “FACTORY RESET”, the product switches off and
then it returns to first switch on. All settings will be deleted.
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FIRST TIME USE
1. SELECT THE LANGUAGE
You will need to set the language and the time when
you switch on the appliance for the first time: “English”
will show on the display.
English
Press or to scroll through the list of available
languages and select the one you require.
Press to confirm your selection.
Please note: The language can subsequently be changed by
selecting “LANGUAGE” in “SETTINGS” menu, available by
pressing
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2. SET THE POWER CONSUMPTION
The oven is programmed to consume a level of
electrical power that is compatible with a domestic
network that has a rating of more than 3 kW (16): If
your household uses a lower power, you will need to
decrease this value (13).
POWER
Press or
to confirm.
to select 16 “High” or 13 “Low” and press
3. SET THE TIME
After selecting the power, you will need to set the
current time: The two digits for the hour will flash on
the display.
CLOCK
Press or to set the current hour and press : The
two digits for the minutes will flash on the display.
Press or to set the minutes and press to confirm.
Please note: You may need to set the time again following
lengthy power outages. Select “CLOCK” in “SETTINGS” menu,
available by pressing
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3.1 SET THE TIME ON A CONNECTED APPLIANCE
On a connected appliance the Clock time could be
automatically updated from the Cloud.
In the event the user wants to change the clock time received
from the Cloud, going to the Settings Menu
enter the
“CLOCK” item and manually set the time; in this case any
further automatic clock update sent from the Cloud will be
ignored.
4. HEAT 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 from inside it. Heat the oven to 200 °C
for around one hour, ideally using a function with air
circulation (e.g. “Forced Air” or “Convection Bake”).
Please note: It is advisable to air the room after using the
appliance for the first time.
DAILY USE
1. SELECT A FUNCTION
TEMPERATURE / GRILL LEVEL
Press
to switch on the oven: the display will show
the last running main function or the main menu.
The functions can be selected by pressing the icon for
one of the main functions or by scrolling through a
menu: To select an item from a menu (the display will
show the first available item), press or to select the
desired one, then press to confirm.
TEMPERATURE
6. Keep Warm
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. Pressing
allows
you to change the previous setting again.
When the value flashes on the display, press or to
change it, then press to confirm and continue with
the settings that follow (if possible).
In the same way, it is possible to set the grill level: There
are three defined power levels for grilling: 3 (high), 2
(mid), 1 (low).
Please note: Once the function has been activated, the
temperature/grill level can be changed using or .
DURATION
DURATION
When the
icon flashes on the display, press or
to set the cooking time you require and then press to
confirm. You do not have to set the cooking time if you
want to manage cooking manually (untimed): Press
or
to confirm and start the function. By selecting this
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mode, you cannot program a delayed start.
Please note: You can adjust the cooking time that has been
set during cooking by pressing : press or to amend it
and then press to confirm.
END TIME (START DELAY)
In many functions, once you have set a cooking time
you can delay starting the function by programming its
end time. The display shows the end time while the
icon flashes.
END TIME
Press or to set the time you want cooking to end,
then press to confirm and activate the function. Place
the food in the oven and close the door: The function
will start automatically after the period of time that has
been calculated in order for cooking to finish at the
time you have set.
Please note: Programming a delayed cooking start time will
disable the oven preheating phase: The oven will reach the
temperature your require gradually, meaning that cooking
times will be slightly longer than those listed in the cooking
table. During the waiting time, you can press or to
amend the programmed end time or press to change
other settings. By pressing , in order to visualize
information, it is possible to switch between end time and
duration.
. 6th SENSE
These functions automatically select the best cooking
mode, temperature and duration to cook, roast or bake
all the dishes available.
When required, simply indicate the characteristic of
food to obtain an optimal result.
WEIGHT / HEIGHT (ROUND-TRAY-LAYERS)
KILOGRAMS
To set the function correctly, follow the indications on
the display, when prompted, and press or to set
the required value then press to confirm.
DONENESS / BROWNING
In some 6 Sense functions it is possible to adjust the
doneness level.
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to activate the function.
the oven will
During the delay phase, by pressing
ask if you want to skip this phase, starting immediately
the function.
Please note: Once a function has been selected, the display
will recommend the most suitable level for each function.
At any time you can stop the function that has been activated
by pressing
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If the oven is hot and the function requires a specific
maximum temperature, a message will shown on the
display. Press
to return to previous screen and select
a different function or wait for a complete cooling.
4. PREHEATING
Some functions have an oven preheating phase: Once
the function has started, the display indicates that the
preheating phase has been activated.
PREHEATING
Once this phase has finished, an audible signal will
sound and the display will indicate that the oven has
reached the set temperature, requiring to “ADD FOOD”.
At this point, open the door, place the food in the oven,
close the door and start cooking by pressing or
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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
stop pause it.
The cooking time does not include a preheating phase.
You can always change the temperature you want the
oven to reach using or .
5. PAUSE COOKING / TURN OR CHECK FOOD
By opening the door, the cooking will be temporarily
paused through deactivating heating elements.
To resume the cooking, close the door.
Some 6th Sense functions will require the food to be
turned during cooking.
TURN FOOD
An audible signal will sound and the display shows
the action to be done. Open the door, do the action
prompted by the display and close the door, then press
to continue cooking.
In the same way, at 10% of time before the end of
cooking, the oven prompts you to check the food.
DONENESS
When prompted, press or to select the desired
level between rare (-1) and well done (+1). Press or
to confirm and start the function.
In the same way, where allowed, in some 6th Sense
functions, it’s possible to adjust the browning level
between low (-1) and high (+1).
3. START THE FUNCTION
At any time, if the default values are those desired or
once you have applied the settings you require, press
CHECK ON FOOD
An audible signal will sound and the display shows the
action to be done. Check the food, close the door and
press
or to continue cooking.
to skip these actions. Otherwise, if no
Please note: Press
action is done after a certain time the oven will continue the
cooking.
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6. 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 (untimed)
or press
to extend the cooking time by setting a new
duration. In both cases, the cooking parameters 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.
required press
to activate the cleaning cycle.
Please note: It is reccommended to do not open the oven
door during the cleaning cycle to avoid a loss of water vapor
that could get an adverse effect on the final cleaning result.
An appropriate message will start flashing on the
display once the cycle has finished. Leave the oven to
cool and then wipe and dry the interior surfaces with a
cloth or sponge.
. MINUTEMINDER
When the oven is switched off, the display can be used
as a timer. To activate this function, make sure that the
oven is switched off and press or : The icon will
flash on the display.
MINUTE-MINDER
PRESS v TO BROWN
When the display shows the relevant message, if
required press to start a five-minute browning cycle.
You can stop the function at any time by pressing
to
switch the oven off.
. FAVORITES
Once cooking is complete the display will prompt you
to save the function in a number between 1 and 10 on
your list of favorites.
ADD FAVORITE?
If you would like to save a function as a favorite and
store the current settings for future use, press
otherwise, to ignore the request press
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Once has been pressed, press the or to select the
number position, then press to confirm.
Please note: If the memory is full or the number chosen has
already been taken, the oven will ask you to confirm
overwriting the previous function.
To call up the functions you have saved at a later time,
press : The display will show your list of favorite
functions.
1. CONVENTIONAL
Press or to select the function, confirm by pressing
, and then press
to activate.
. SMARTCLEAN FUNCTION
Press
to show “Smart Clean” on the display.
Smart clean
Press
to activate the function: the display will
prompt you to do all actions needed to obtain the best
cleaning results: Follow the indications and then press
when done. Once you have done all steps, when
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Press or
then press
to set the length of time you require and
to activate the timer.
MINUTE-MINDER
An audible signal will sound and the display will
indicate once the minuteminder has finished counting
down the selected time.
Please note: The minuteminder does not activate any of the
cooking cycles. Press or to change the time set on the timer.
Once the minuteminder has been activated, you can
also select and activate a function.
Press
to switch on the oven and then select the
function you require.
Once the function has started, the timer will continue to
count down independently without interfering with the
function itself.
Please note: During this phase, it isn’t possible to see the
minuteminder (only the icon will be displayed), that will
continue counting down in background. To retrieve the
minuteminder screen press
to stop the function that is
currently active.
. KEYLOCK
To lock the keypad, press and hold
for at least five
seconds. Do this again to unlock the keypad.
KEYLOCK
Please note: This function can also be activated during
cooking. For safety reasons, the oven can be switched off at
any time by pressing
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CONNECTIVITY*
*: not available in Russia
SAID: 0123456789
MAC ID: 88:E7:45:67:89
Download the 6th Sense Live App for your mobile
device. You can download the App by visiting either
iTunes or Google Play.
Once downloaded, please follow the instructions from
App to create an account. Once you have your account,
on the bottom left of the
open the App and press
screen to add a new appliance to your account.
SAID: 0123456789
MAC ID: 88:E7:45:67:89
Thanks to the 6th Sense Live feature, your appliance can
be connected to the internet. Using the 6th Sense Live
App on your smartphone/tablet, you can:
• monitor the status of the appliance
• set and start a cooking cycle
• change, modify, or stop a running cooking cycle
• access additional contents
• get automatic updates of the appliance software
To enable the connectivity, you have to successfully
complete the process to connect the appliance to your
home network router and App. The setup procedure has
to be carried out only once.
You will have to carry it out again only if you change your
home network properties (network name and password).
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Mobile device: Android with a 1280x720 (or higher)
screen or iOS. See on App store the App compatibility
with Android or iOS versions.
Wireless router: 2.4Ghz WiFi b/g/n.
HOW TO SETUP
To use this feature you need to own: a mobile device
(smartphone or tablet) and a wireless router connected
to internet. Please verify with your mobile device that
the signal strength of your home wireless network close
to the appliance is good. During the setup procedure,
the appliance and your mobile device must be
connected to the same wireless network.
Scan the QR-code on the label you can find on your
appliance, then the 6th Sense Live App will be your
guide to walk through all of the steps needed to
complete the process.
Note: In some circumstances, the App may require you to
enter the type of appliance: in this case, select Oven.
During the Connection process, you will see several messages appearing on the display and the icons blinking with
different patterns; to know the operations performed in background by the appliance, see the descriptions in the
following table.
WHAT YOU SEE ON THE DISPLAY
MEANING
FOLLOW INSTRUCTI
Displayed message: Follow instructions on the App.
During this twenty minutes countdown, the appliance tries to connect to your home
network (router).
blinks quickly.
WiFi icon
PLEASE WAIT
Displayed message: Please wait.
If the router connection is completed, the appliance will try to reach the App
automatically, and it will ask to wait.
blinks slowly.
WiFi icon
APPLIANCE CONNEC
USE THE APP TO R
CONNECTION ERROR
Displayed message: Appliance connected.
All the process has been successful: your appliance is now connected.
stops blinking.
WiFi icon
Displayed message: Use the App to register the product.
Follow the last instructions on the App to complete the registration, giving a name to
the appliance. Then you will find it quickly on the App’s homepage.
Displayed message: Connection error.
This message could be displayed for a few seconds if the appliance has not been able
to complete setup procedure in a certain time. After that the appliance goes Standby
turns off.
and the WiFi icon
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REMOTE CONTROL
If your appliance is properly connected, it’s possible to
press the icon , to activate Remote Control.
Through your mobile device, you will be allowed to
remotely control the oven, to send inputs and supervise
cooking cycles.
When a cooking cycle is sent from the App, the display
shows the information ‘Cycle received’ for some
seconds, then the cycle starts.
To reset the connection, please follow this path:
SETTINGS > CONNECTIVITY MENU > RESET
CONNECTION > YES. The display will ask “Are you sure?”.
By pressing , the connection will be reset.You can
now connect again your appliance (see “How to Setup”
paragraph).
SOFTWARE UPDATE
While in Standby, an appliance already configured
for connection, with WiFi reception enabled, can
automatically update the software when a new version
is available.
CYCLE RECEIVED
RESET CONNECTION
This function could be useful in the event that your
home network properties has changed (network name
or password).
Before resetting the connection, please check if it is
possible to restore the network name and password
that you used when you connected the appliance
to your home network. In this case it would not be
necessary to reset the connection.
SOFTWARE UPDATE
When the update is in progress, the percentage of
completion will be shown on the display.
Note: Make sure that the appliance power source is always
engaged during this software update process.
During the update process it is impossible to interact with the
control panel.
CONNECTIVITY FAQ
Which WiFi protocols are supported?
The WiFi adapter installed supports WiFi b/g/n for
European countries.
The following router settings are required: 2.4 GHz
enabled, WiFi b/g/n, DHCP and NAT activated.
Are there any differences between using a
smartphone (or tablet) with Android or iOS?
You can use whichever operating system you prefer, it
makes no difference.
Can I use mobile 3G tethering instead of a router?
Yes, but cloud services are designed for permanently
connected devices.
How can I check whether my home internet
connection is working and wireless functionality is
enabled?
You can search for your network on your smart device.
Disable any other data connections before trying.
How can I check whether the appliance is connected
to my home wireless network?
Access your router configuration (see router manual)
and check whether the appliance’s MAC address is listed
on wireless connected devices page.
Where can I find the appliance’s MAC address and the
SAID code?
There is a sticker on your appliance with a QR-code:
Close to the QR-code you should find the SAID code and
the MAC address.
It is also possible to retrieve the SAID code and the
MAC address pressing SETTINGS on the Control Panel,
then entering the Connectivity menu and selecting the
voices “MAC address” or “SAID code”.
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How can I check whether the appliance is properly
connected to the App?
Open the 6th Sense Live app on your mobile device,
and check if your appliance is visible.
Is there anything that can prevent the signal reaching
the appliance?
Check that the devices you have connected are not
using up all the available bandwidth. Make sure that
your WiFi-enabled devices do not exceed the maximum
number permitted by the router.
How far should the router be from the appliance?
Normally the WiFi signal is strong enough to cover a
couple of rooms, but this very much depends on the
material the walls are made of. You can check the signal
strength by placing your smart device (connected to
the same home network) next to the appliance.
How can I find out the name and password for my
wireless network?
See the router documentation. There is usually a sticker
on the router showing the information you need to
reach the device setup page using a connected device.
What can I do if my router is using the neighbourhood
WiFi channel?
Force the router to use your home WiFi channel.
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How can I check the WiFi status of my appliance? Is it
possible to turn off the reception of WiFi?
The WiFi module is ON by default in this appliance.
It’s possible to change or confirm the WiFi status by
entering the Connectivity Menu, selecting ‘WiFi Status’.
The display will show the current Status value, that
could be ON or OFF.
Note: When the power is retrieved after a power loss, the WiFi
Module will keep its settings (links to router and App), and the
Remote control status is always restored.
How can I change my Whirlpool account but keep my
appliances connected?
You can create a new account, but remember to remove
your appliances from your old account before moving
them to your new one.
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I changed my router: what do I need to do?
If you can keep the previous network name and
password in the new router, then you have nothing to
do, the appliance will reconnect automatically.
Otherwise, to reconnect the appliance to the new WiFi
in the App home page, as you
network, just press
should add again the appliance to your account.
Note: you do NOT have to previously remove the appliance
from your account. The App will guide you through the
re-connection process.
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COOKING TABLE
FOOD CATEGORIES
CASSEROLE &
BAKED PASTA
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2
Roast (doneness 0)
0.6 - 2 kg
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3
Hamburgers (doneness 0)
1.5 - 3 cm
3/5
5
Roast
0.6 - 2.5 kg
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3
Sausages & wurstel
1.5 - 4 cm
2/3
5
Whole
0.6 - 3 kg
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2
Fillet & breast
1 - 5 cm
2/3
5
4
1 grid
1/2
5
4
Fillets
0.5 - 3 cm
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3
2
Fillets-frozen
0.5 - 3 cm
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3
2
Potatoes
0.5 - 1.5 kg
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3
Vegetables-stuffed
0.1 - 0.5 kg each
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3
Vegetables-roasted
0.5 - 1.5 kg
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3
Potatoes
1 tray
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3
Tomatoes
1 tray
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3
Peppers
1 tray
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3
Broccoli
1 tray
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3
Cauliflowers
1 tray
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3
Others
1 tray
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3
Sponge Cake
0.5 - 1.2 kg
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3
Cookies
0.2 - 0.6 kg
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5
1 tray
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5
Tart
0.4 - 1.6kg
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3
Strudel
0.4 - 1.6kg
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5
Fruit filled pie
0.5 - 2 kg
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3
0.8 - 1.2 kg
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2
Rolls
60 - 150 g each
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3
Sandwich Loaf in tin
400 - 600g each
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2
Big bread
0.5 - 2.0 kg
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2
Baguettes
200 - 300g each
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3
Thin
round - tray
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2
Thick
round - tray
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2
Pork-roasted
Chicken-roasted
Kebabs
FISH
Filets-roasted
Vegetables-roasted
VEGETABLES
Vegetables-gratin
CAKES &
PASTRIES
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Choux pastry
Pastries & filled pies
QUICHE
BREAD
TURN OR STIR
LEVEL AND ACCESSORIES
(OF COOK TIME)
0.5 - 3 kg
Lasagna
Beef-roasted
MEAT
SUGGESTED QUANTITY
4
4
2
PIZZA
Frozen
ACCESSORIES
10
Wire shelf
1 - 4 layers
Oven tray or cake tin
on wire shelf
Drip tray / Baking tray
or oven tray on wire shelf
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Drip tray / Baking tray
4
2
5
3
1
5
3
2
Drip tray with
500 ml of water
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Quick guide
COOKING TABLE
RECIPE
FUNCTION
Leavened cakes / Sponge cakes
Filled cakes
(cheesecake, strudel, apple pie)
Cookies
Small cakes / Muffin
Choux buns
Meringues
Pizza / Bread / Focaccia
Pizza (Thin, thick, focaccia)
Frozen pizza
Savoury pies
(vegetable pie, quiche)
Vols-au-vent / Puff pastry crackers
FUNCTIONS
Conventional
Forced air
SHELF AND
ACCESSORIES
PREHEAT
TEMPERATURE (°C)
DURATION (MIN.)
Yes
170
30 - 50
2
Yes
160
30 - 50
2
Yes
160
30 - 50
4
Yes
160 – 200
30 - 85
3
Yes
160 – 200
35 - 90
4
Yes
150
20 - 40
3
Yes
140
30 - 50
4
Yes
140
30 - 50
4
1
Yes
135
40 - 60
5
3
Yes
170
20 - 40
3
Yes
150
30 - 50
4
Yes
150
30 - 50
4
1
Yes
150
40 - 60
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
Yes
190 - 250
15 - 50
2
Yes
190 - 230
20 - 50
4
1
Yes
220 - 240
25 - 50 *
5
3
Yes
250
10 - 15
3
Yes
250
10 - 20
4
1
Yes
220 - 240
15 - 30
5
3
Yes
180 - 190
45 - 55
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
Convection
bake
Grill
TurboGrill
MaxiCooking
1
1
Cook 4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Eco Forced air
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RECIPE
FUNCTION
SHELF AND
ACCESSORIES
PREHEAT
TEMPERATURE (°C)
DURATION (MIN.)
Lasagna / Flans / Baked pasta /
Cannelloni
Yes
190 - 200
45 - 65
3
Lamb / Veal / Beef / Pork 1 kg
Yes
190 - 200
80 - 110
3
Roast pork with crackling 2 kg
—
170
110 - 150
2
Chicken / Rabbit / Duck 1 kg
Yes
200 - 230
50 - 100
3
Turkey / Goose 3 kg
Yes
190 - 200
80 - 130
2
—
180 - 200
40 - 60
3
Yes
180 - 200
50 - 60
2
Toast
—
3 (High)
3-6
5
Fish fillets / Steaks
—
2 (Mid)
20 - 30 ***
4
3
Sausages / Kebabs / Spare ribs /
Hamburgers
—
2 - 3 (Mid - High)
15 - 30 ***
5
4
Roast chicken 1-1.3 kg
—
2 (Mid)
55 - 70 **
2
1
Leg of lamb / Shanks
—
2 (Mid)
60 - 90 **
3
Roast potatoes
—
2 (Mid)
35 - 55 **
3
Vegetable gratin
—
3 (High)
10 - 25
3
Yes
135
50 - 70
5
4
3
1
Yes
170
50 - 70
5
3
2
1
Yes
210
40 - 60
5
3
2
1
Yes
190
40 - 120 *
5
3
1
Yes
190
40 - 120 *
5
4
2
Lasagna & Meat
Yes
200
50 - 100 *
4
1
Meat & Potatoes
Yes
200
45 - 100 *
4
1
Fish & Vegetebles
Yes
180
30 - 50 *
4
1
Stuffed roasting joints
—
200
80 - 120 *
3
Cuts of meat
(rabbit, chicken, lamb)
—
200
50 - 100 *
3
Baked fish / en papillote
(fillets, whole)
Stuffed vegetables
(tomatoes, courgettes, aubergines)
Cookies
Cookies
Tarts
Tarts
Round pizzas
Pizza
Complete meal: Fruit tart (level 5) /
lasagna (level 3) / meat (level 1)
Complete meal: Fruit tart (level 5) /
roasted vegetables (level 4) / lasagna
(level 2) / cuts of meat (level 1)
Menu
* Estimated length of time: dishes can be removed from the oven at different times depending on personal preference.
** Turn food halfway through cooking.
*** Turn food two thirds of the way through cooking (if necessary).
ACCESSORIES
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Wire shelf
Oven tray or cake tin
on wire shelf
Drip tray / Baking tray
or oven tray on wire shelf
Drip tray / Baking tray
Drip tray with
500 ml of water
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EN
Quick guide
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Make sure that the oven has
cooled down before carrying out
any maintenance or cleaning.
Do not use steam cleaners.
Do not use wire wool, abrasive
scourers or abrasive/corrosive
cleaning agents, as these could
damage the surfaces of the
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, leave the oven to cool and then
clean it, preferably while it is still warm, to remove
any deposits or stains caused by food residues. To
dry any condensation that has formed as a result
of cooking foods with a high water content, let the
oven to cool completely and then wipe it with a cloth
or sponge.
•
•
•
Wear protective gloves.
The oven must be disconnected
from the mains before carrying
out any kind of maintenance work.
Activate the “Smart Clean” function for optimum
cleaning of the internal surfaces. (Only in some
models).
Clean the glass in the 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. Food residues can be removed using a
washing-up brush or a sponge.
CLEANING THE CATALYTIC PANELS (ONLY IN SOME MODELS)
This oven could 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.
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.
REPLACING THE LAMP
1. Disconnect the oven from the power supply.
2. Remove the cover from the light, replace the bulb
and put the cover back on the light.
3. Reconnect the oven to the power supply.
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.
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LOWER THE TOP HEATING ELEMENT (ONLY IN SOME MODELS)
1. Remove the lateral shelf guides.
1
3. To reposition the heating element, lift it up, pulling it
slightly towards you, making sure it comes to rest on
the lateral supports.
2
2. Pull the heating element out a little and lower it.
REMOVING AND REFITTING THE DOOR
1. To remove the door, open it fully and lower the
catches until they are in the unlock position.
a
b
3. Refit the door by moving it towards the oven,
aligning the hooks of the hinges with their seating
and securing the upper part onto its seating.
4. Lower the door and then open it fully. Lower the
catches into their original position: Make sure that
you lower them down completely.
a
b
2. Close the door as much as you can. 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. Put the door to one side,
resting it on a soft surface.
~15°
Apply gentle pressure to check that the catches are
in the correct position.
“CLICK”
b
a
5. 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.
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EN
Quick guide
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
The oven is not working.
Power cut.
Disconnection from the mains.
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 fault persists.
The display shows the letter “F” followed
by a number or letter.
Oven failure.
Contact you nearest Client After-sales Service Centre and
state the number following the letter “F”.
The oven does not heat up.
The function does not start.
“DEMO” mode is running.
Access “DEMO” from “SETTINGS” and select “Off”.
The light switches off.
“ECO” mode is “On”.
Access “ECO” from “SETTINGS” and select “Off”.
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 “Cleaning and Maintenance” section.
The App fails to recognize the appliance.
The appliance is unable to establish a
stable connection to my home router.
The icon
blinks on the display.
Missing connection to the router
or to the App.
Appliance not connected.
Internal error.
WiFi off.
(See the Connection Status Value,
pressing
and entering the
Connectivity Menu)
Connection attempts are running
in background.
Connection unavailable.
The appliance is connected but I cannot
dialogue with it through the App.
Remote Control could be OFF.
Check that the WiFi router is connected to the Internet.
Check that the WiFi signal close to the appliance is strong.
Try to restart the router.
See the “Connectivity FAQs” section.
If your home wireless network settings have changed,
connect to the network again following the steps on the
App. The setup procedure has to carry out again only if
you change your home network properties (name and
password).
Router settings: NAT must be on, firewall and DHCP must be
properly configured. Password encryption supported: WEP, WPA,
WPA2. To try a different encryption type, please refer to the
router manual.
Carrier settings: if your internet service provider has fixed the
number of MAC addresses able to connect to the internet, you
may not be able to connect your appliance to the cloud. The
MAC address of a device is its unique identifier. Please ask your
internet service provider how to connect devices other than
computers to the internet.
It’s a normal behaviour during the setup procedure; you
just have to wait for the automatic configuration to finish
the procedure (it may take a few minutes).
Once the connection is established, the icon will stop to
blink.
Check that the home network is working correctly and its
properties have not changed (name and password)
Tap the Remote control key
activate the Remote Control
on the Control Panel to
You can download the Safety Instructions, User Manual, Product Fiche and Energy data by:
•
Visiting our website docs‌.‌whirlpool‌.‌eu
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Using QR Code
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Alternatively, contact our After-sales Service (See phone number in the warranty booklet). When
contacting our After-sales Service, please state the codes provided on your product's identification
plate.
Model: xxxXXXXxx
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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