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Whirlpool W11 OM1 4MS2 P Use and care guide
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Health & Safety, Use and Care and Installation guide
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INSTALLATION
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
ACCESSORIES
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5
7
8
INSERTING THE WIRE SHELF AND OTHER ACCESSORIES 8
REMOVING AND REFITTING THE SHELF GUIDES
8
FITTING THE SLIDING RUNNERS (IF PRESENT)
8
COOKING FUNCTIONS
HOW TO USE THE TOUCH DISPLAY
FIRST TIME USE
1. SELECT THE LANGUAGE
2. SELECT SETTINGS MODE
3. SETTING UP WIFI
4. SETTING THE TIME AND DATE
5. SET THE POWER CONSUMPTION
6. HEAT THE OVEN
DAILY USE
1. SELECT A FUNCTION
2. SET MANUAL FUNCTIONS
WIFI
15
INFO
15
COOKING TIPS
CONVENTIONAL16
GRILL17
TURBO GRILL
17
FORCED AIR
18
COOK 4
19
CONVECTION BAKE
19
MAXI COOKING
19
ECO FORCED AIR
19
USING THE FOOD PROBE
20
RISING20
WARM KEEPING
20
DEFROSTING20
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COOKING TABLE
12
12 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
12 EXTERIOR SURFACES
TEMPERATURE / GRILL LEVEL
12
DURATION12
3. SET 6th SENSE FUNCTIONS 12
13
4. SET START / END TIME DELAY
5. START THE FUNCTION
13
6. PREHEATING
13
7. PAUSING COOKING
13
8. END OF COOKING
13
9 . FAVORITES
14
HOW TO SAVE A FUNCTION
14
ONCE SAVED
14
CHANGING THE SETTINGS
14
10. TOOLS
14
REMOTE ENABLE
14
KITCHEN TIMER
14
LIGHT
15
PYRO SELF CLEANING
15
PROBE
15
MUTE
15
CONTROL LOCK
15
MORE MODES
15
PREFERENCES
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16
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25
INTERIOR SURFACES
25
ACCESSORIES25
REMOVING AND REFITTING THE DOOR
25
26
REPLACING THE LAMP
WIFI FAQS
TROUBLESHOOTING
AFTER-SALES SERVICE
BEFORE CONTACTING OUR
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INSTALLATION
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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.
Do not touch the oven during pyrolytic cycle (self
cleaning) - risk of burns. Keep children and animals
away during and after the pyrolytic cycle (until the
room has been fully ventilated). Excess spillage,
especially fats and oils, must be removed from the
oven cavity before initiating the pyrolytic cycle. Do
not leave any accessory or material within the oven
cavity during the pyrolytic cycle.
If the oven is installed below a hob, make sure
that all burners or electric hotplates are switched off
during the pyrolytic cycle - risk of burns.
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.
IMPORTANT TO BE READ AND OBSERVED
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).
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.
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),
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 electric shock. During installation,
make sure the appliance does not damage the
power cable - risk of fire or electric shock. Only
activate the appliance when the installation has
been completed.
Carry out all cabinet cutting operations before
fitting the appliance 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 burns.
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).
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It must be possible to disconnect the appliance DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING MATERIALS
packaging material is 100% recyclable and is marked with the recycle
from the power supply by unplugging it if plug is The
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symbol
accessible, or by a multi-pole switch installed The various parts of the packaging must therefore be disposed of
and in full compliance with local authority regulations
upstream of the socket in accordance with the responsibly
governing waste disposal.
wiring rules and the appliance must be earthed in DISPOSAL OF HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES
conformity with national electrical safety standards. This appliance is manufactured with recyclable or reusable materials.
Do not use extension leads, multiple sockets or Dispose of it in accordance with local waste disposal regulations.
For further information on the treatment, recovery and recycling of
adapters. The electrical components must not be household electrical appliances, contact your local authority, the
accessible to the user after installation. Do not use collection service for household waste or the store where you purchased
appliance. This appliance is marked in compliance with European
the appliance when you are wet or barefoot. Do not the
Directive 2012/19/EU, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
operate this appliance if it has a damaged power By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent
cable or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has negative consequences for the environment and human health.
been damaged or dropped.
The symbol on the product or on the accompanying documentation
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced indicates that it should not be treated as domestic waste but must be
to an appropriate collection centre for the recycling of electrical
with an identical one by the manufacturer, its service taken
and electronic equipment.
agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid ENERGY SAVING TIPS
Only preheat the oven if specified in the cooking table or your recipe.
a hazard - risk of electric shock.
dark lacquered or enamelled baking trays as they absorb heat better.
In case of replacement of power cable, contact an Use
Food requiring prolonged cooking will continue to cook even once the
authorised service centre.
oven is switched off.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Standard cycle (PYRO SELF CLEAN HIGH): is suitable for cleaning a very
dirty oven. Energy-saving cycle (LOW) - only in some models -: consumes
approximately 25% less energy than the standard cycle. Select it at
regular intervals (after cooking meat on 2 or 3 consecutive occasions).
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched
off and disconnected from the power supply before
performing any maintenance operation; never use ECO DESIGN DECLARATION
This appliance meets the Eco Design requirements of European
steam cleaning equipment - risk of electric shock.
Regulations n. 65/2014 and 66/2014 in conformity with the European
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or metal standard EN 60350-1.
scrapers to clean the door glass since they can
scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of The Manufacturer, Whirlpool EMEA S.p.A., declares that this
W11 OM1 4MS2 P - W11I OM1 4MS2 H model of household appliance
the glass.
with radio equipment Indigo WiFi Module is compliant with directive
Ensure the appliance is cooled down before any 2014/53/UE.
The complete text of the declaration of conformity is present at the
cleaning or maintenance - risk of burns.
following website: docs.whirlpool.eu
WARNING: Switch off the appliance before The radio equipment operates in the 2.4 GHz ISM frequency band, the
maximum radio-frequency power transmitted does not exceed 20
replacing the lamp - risk of electric shock.
dBm (e.i.r.p.).
This product includes certain open source software developed by
third parties. The open source license usage statement is available at
the following website: docs.whirlpool.eu
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Use and Care guide
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1. Control panel
2. Fan and circular heating
element
(not visible)
3. Shelf guides
(the level is indicated on the
front of the oven)
4. Door
5. Upper heating element/grill
6. Lamp
7. Food probe insert point
8. Identification plate
(do not remove)
9. Lower heating element
(not visible)
1
5
2
3
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
6
7
8
9
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CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
1
2
1. ON / OFF
For switching the oven on and off.
2. HOME
For gaining quick access to the
main menu.
3
4
3. FAVORITE
For retrieving up the list of your
favorite functions.
4. DISPLAY
5. TOOLS
To choose from several options
and also change the oven settings
and preferences.
5
6
7
6. REMOTE CONTROL
To enable use of the 6th Sense Live
Whirlpool app.
7. CANCEL
To stop any oven function except
the Clock, Kitchen Timer and
Control Lock.
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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.
FOOD PROBE
To accurately measure the
core temperature of food
during cooking. Thanks to its
four sensing points and rigid
support, it can be used for
meat and fish, and also for
bread, cakes and baked
pastries.
* 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
• 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.
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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.
COOKING FUNCTIONS
MANUAL FUNCTIONS
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FAST PREHEAT
For preheating the oven quickly.
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.
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.
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.
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,
tarts, round pizzas (also frozen) and to prepare a
complete meal. Follow the cooking table to obtain
the best results.
CONVECTION BAKE
For cooking meat, baking cakes with fillings on
one shelf only.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
» 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.
» 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.
» CONVENIENCE
To cook ready-made food, stored at room
temperature or in the refrigerator (biscuits,
cake mix, muffins, pasta dishes and bread-type
products). The function cooks all the dishes
•
quickly and gently and can also be used to
heat food already cooked. The oven does not
need to be pre-heated. Follow the instructions
on the packaging.
» MAXI COOKING
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.
» 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.
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.
6th SENSE
These enable all types of food to be cooked fully
automatically. To use at best this function, follow
the indications on the relative cooking table.
The oven does not have to be preheated.
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HOW TO USE THE TOUCH DISPLAY
To scroll through a menu or a list:
Simply swipe your finger across the display to
scroll through the items or values.
To select or confirm:
Tap the screen to select the value or menu item
you require.
To go back to the previous screen:
Tap
.
To confirm settings or access the next screen:
Tap “SET” or “NEXT”.
FIRST TIME USE
You will need to configure the product when you
switch on the appliance for the first time.
The settings can be changed subsequently by pressing
to
access the “Tools” menu.
1. SELECT THE LANGUAGE
You will need to set the language and the time when
you switch on the appliance for the first time.
• Swipe across the screen to scroll through the list of
available languages.
3. SETTING UP WIFI
The 6th Sense Live feature allows you to operate the
oven remotely from a mobile device. To enable the
appliance to be controlled remotely, you will need to
complete the connection process successfully first.
This process is necessary to register your appliance
and connect it to your home network.
• Tap “SETUP NOW” to proceed with setup
connection.
Wifi Setup
Čeština, Český Jazyk
Czech
Setup WiFi now to automatically set the time,
date, and enable connectivity with your
smartphone.
Dansk
Danish
If you skip, you can find the option later in
your Tools menu.
Deutsch
German
•
SKIP
Tap the language you require.
Ελλνικά
Greek, Modern
English
English
Español
Spanish
Tapping
will take you back to the previous screen.
2. SELECT SETTINGS MODE
Once you have selected the language, the display
will prompt you to choose between “STORE DEMO”
(useful for retailers, for display purposes only) or
continue by tapping “NEXT”.
Thank you for your purchase!
Press Next to continue the setup for home
use.
STORE DEMO
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NEXT
SETUP NOW
Otherwise, tap “SKIP” to connect your product later.
HOW TO SET UP THE CONNECTION
To use this feature you will need: A smartphone
or tablet and a wireless router connected to the
Internet. Please use your smart device to check that
your home wireless network's signal is strong close to
the appliance.
Minimum requirements.
Smart device: Android 4.3 (or higher) with a 1280x720 (or
higher) screen or iOS 8 (or higher).
Wireless router: 2.4Ghz WiFi b/g/n.
1. Download the 6th Sense Live app
The first step to connecting your appliance is to
download the app on your mobile device. The 6th
Sense Live app will guide you through all the steps
listed here. You can download the 6th Sense Live app
from the iTunes Store or the Google Play Store.
2. Create an account
If you haven’t done so already, you’ll need to create
an account. This will enable you to network your
appliances and also view and control them remotely.
3. Register your appliance
Follow the instructions in the app to register your
appliance. You will need the Smart Appliance
IDentifier (SAID) number to complete the registration
process. You can find its unique code on the
identification plate attached to the product.
4. Connect to WiFi
Follow the scan-to-connect setup procedure. The app
will guide you through the process of connecting
your appliance to the wireless network in your home.
If your router supports WPS 2.0 (or higher), select
“MANUALLY”, then tap “WPS Setup”: Press the
WPS button on your wireless router to establish a
connection between the two products.
If necessary, you can also connect the product
manually using “Search for a network”.
The SAID code is used to synchronise a smart device with
your appliance.
The MAC address is displayed for the WiFi module.
The connection procedure will only need to be
carried out again if you change your router settings
(e.g. network name or password or data provider).
5. SET THE POWER CONSUMPTION
4. SETTING THE TIME AND DATE
•
Connecting the oven to your home network will set
the time and date automatically. Otherwise you will
need to set them manually.
• Tap the relevant numbers to set the time of the
day.
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 Ampere): If your
household uses a lower power, you will need to
decrease this value (13 Ampere).
• Tap the value on the right to select the power.
Power management
13 Ampere
16 Ampere
Tap “OKAY” to complete the initial setup.
Setup Complete
Your appliance is now configured and ready
for use!
Set the system time.
OKAY
6. HEAT THE OVEN
•
Tap “SET” to confirm.
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24-Hour Time
SET
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.
It is advisable to air the room after using the appliance for the
first time.
Once you have set the time, you will need to set the
date.
• Tap the relevant numbers to set the date.
• Tap “SET” to confirm.
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DAILY USE
1. SELECT A FUNCTION
• To switch on the oven, press
or touch
anywhere on the screen.
The display allows you to choose between Manual
and 6th Sense Functions.
• Tap the main function you require to access the
corresponding menu.
Select a forced air temperature.
Set Cook Time
NEXT
DURATION
You do not have to set the cooking time if you want
to manage cooking manually. In timed mode, the
oven cooks for the length of time you select. At the
end of the cooking time, the cooking is stopped
automatically.
• To set the duration, tap “Set Cook Time”.
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Manual Functions
6th Sense Functions
• Scroll up or down to explore the list.
Select a forced air temperature.
Manual Functions
Conventional
Convection
Bake
Forced Air
Grill
Set Cook Time
• Select the function you require by tapping it.
Manual Functions
Conventional
Convection
Bake
Forced Air
Grill
After having selected the function you require, you
can change its settings. The display will show the
settings that can be changed.
TEMPERATURE / GRILL LEVEL
• Scroll through the suggested values and select the
one you require.
Select a forced air temperature.
NEXT
If allowed by the function, you can tap
preheating.
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• Tap the relevant numbers to set the cooking time
you require.
Enter the forced air time.
2. SET MANUAL FUNCTIONS
Set Cook Time
NEXT
to activate
• Tap “NEXT” to confirm.
To cancel a set duration during cooking and so manage
manually the end of cooking, tap the duration value and then
select “STOP”.
3. SET 6th SENSE FUNCTIONS
The 6th Sense functions enable you to prepare a wide
variety of dishes, choosing from those shown in the
list. Most cooking settings are automatically selected
by the appliance in order to achieve the best results.
• Choose a recipe from the list.
Functions are displayed by food categories in the “6th SENSE
FOOD” menu (see relative tables) and by recipe features in the
“LIFESTYLE” menu.
• Once you have selected a function, simply indicate
the characteristic of the food (quantity, weight,
etc.) you want to cook to achieve the perfect
result.
Some of the 6th Sense functions require use of the food
probe. Plug it in before selecting the function. For best results
with the probe, follow the suggestions in the relevant section.
• Follow the on-screen prompts to guide you
through the cooking process.
4. SET START / END TIME DELAY
You can delay cooking before starting a function: The
function will start or end at the time you select in
advance.
• Tap “DELAY” to set the start time or end time you
require.
Forced Air
COOKING
INSTRUCTION:
For cooking different foods that
require the same cooking
temperature on several shelves
(maximum three) at the same
DELAY
time.
This function can be
START
• Once you have set the required delay, tap “START
DELAY” to start the waiting time.
• Place the food in the oven and close the door: The
function will start automatically after the period of
time that has been calculated.
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.
• To activate the function immediately and cancel
the programmed delay time, tap
.
• Close the door and tap “DONE” to start cooking.
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.
7. PAUSING COOKING
Some 6th Sense functions will require to turn the food
during cooking. An audible signal will sound and the
displays shows the action must to be done.
• Open the door.
• Carry out the action prompted by the display.
• Close the door, then tap “DONE” to resume
cooking.
Before cooking ends, the oven could prompt you to
check the food in the same way.
An audible signal will sound and the displays shows
the action must to be done.
• Check the food.
• Close the door, then tap “DONE” to resume
cooking.
8. END OF COOKING
An audible signal will sound and the display will
indicate that cooking is complete.
With some functions, once cooking has finished
5. START THE FUNCTION
you can give your dish extra browning, extend the
• Once you have configured the settings, tap “START” cooking time or save the function as a favorite.
to activate the function.
00:01 since ready
If the oven is hot and the function requires a specific
Forced air
TIMER
maximum temperature, a message will shown on the display.
Cooking
COMPLETE
DONE
You can change the values that have been set at any time
during cooking by tapping the value you want to amend.
• Press
to stop the active function at any time.
Extra Browning
6. PREHEATING
If previously activated, once the function has been
started the display indicates the status of preheating
phase.
• Tap
to save it as a favorite.
• Select “Extra Browning” to start a five-minute
browning cycle.
• Tap
to prolong the cooking.
01:16 since Started
Forced air
SET
COOK
TIME
PREHEATING
180° C
160 °C
Once this phase has been finished, an audible signal
will sound and the display will indicate that the oven
has reached the set temperature.
Preheat Complete
Insert the food now
DONE
• Open the door.
• Place the food in the oven.
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9 . FAVORITES
The Favorites feature stores the oven settings for your
favorite recipes.
The oven automatically detects the functions you use most
often. After a certain number of uses, you will be prompted to
add the function to your favorites.
HOW TO SAVE A FUNCTION
Once a function has finished, you can tap
to save
it as favorite. This will enable you to use it quickly in
the future, keeping the same settings.
The display allows you to save the function by
indicating up to 4 favorite meal times, including
breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner.
• Tap the icons to select at least one.
1. Forced Air
Cavity Temp: 180 °C
Cook Time: 05:00
Preheat: Disabled
SAVE AS FAVORITE
• Tap “SAVE AS FAVORITE” to save the function.
1. Forced Air
Cavity Temp: 180 °C
10. TOOLS
Cook Time: 05:00
Preheat: Disabled
SAVE AS FAVORITE
ONCE SAVED
Once you have saved functions as favorites, the main
screen will display the functions you have saved for
the current the time of day.
Manual
Functions
FOR YOU
DINNER SUGGESTION
Pizza
220,
00:11:00
6th Sense
Functions
To view the favorites menu, press
: The functions
will be divided by different meal times and some
suggestions will be offered.
• Tap the meals icon to show the relevant lists.
Lunch Favorites
Pizza
Hamburger
Looking for something else?
Check out the suggestion below.
Tapping
also enables you to view your history of most
recently used functions.
• Scroll through the prompted list.
• Tap the recipe or function you require.
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• Tap “START” to activate the cooking.
CHANGING THE SETTINGS
In the Favorites screen, you can add an image
or name to each favorite to customise it to your
preferences.
• Select the function you want to change.
• Tap “EDIT”.
• Select the attribute you want to change.
• Tap “NEXT”: The display will show the new
attributes.
• Tap “SAVE” to confirm your changes.
In the Favorites screen, you can also delete functions
you have saved:
• Tap the
on the relevant function.
• Tap “REMOVE IT”.
You can also change the time when the various meals
are shown:
• Press
.
• Select
“Preferences”.
• Select “Times and Dates”.
• Tap “Your Meal Times”.
• Scroll through the list and tap the relevant time.
• Tap the relevant meal to change it.
Each time slot can be combined with one meal only.
Press
to open the “Tools” menu at any time.
This menu enables you to choose from several
options and also change the settings or preferences
for your product or the display.
Tools
Remote
Enable
Kitchen Timer
Light
REMOTE ENABLE
To enable use of the 6th Sense Live Whirlpool app.
KITCHEN TIMER
This function can be activated either when using a
cooking function or alone for keeping time.
Once started, the timer will count down
independently without interfering with the function
itself.
Once the timer has been activated, you can also
select and activate a function.
The timer will continue counting down at the top-right corner
of the screen.
To retrieve or change the kitchen timer:
• Press
.
• Tap
.
An audible signal will sound and the display will
indicate once the timer has finished counting down
the selected time.
• Tap “DISMISS” to cancel the timer or set a new
timer duration.
• Tap “SET NEW TIMER” to set the timer again.
LIGHT
To switch on or off the oven lamp.
PYRO SELF CLEANING
For eliminating cooking spatters using a cycle at very
high temperature (over 400 °C). Three selfcleaning
cycles with different durations are available: High,
Medium, Low. We recommend using the quicker cycle
at regular intervals and the complete cycle only when
the oven is heavily soiled.
Do not touch the oven during the Pyro cycle.
Keep children and animals away from the oven
during and after (until the room has finished
airing) running the Pyro cycle.
• Remove all accessories - including shelf guides from the oven before activating the function. If the
oven is installed below a hob, make sure that all
the burners or electric hotplates are switched off
while running the selfcleaning cycle.
• For optimum cleaning results, remove the worst
soiling with a damp sponge before using the Pyro
function.
• Choose one of the available cycles according to
your needs.
• Tap “START” to activate the selected function. The
door will lock automatically and the oven will
start the self-cleaning cycle: a warning message
appears on the display, along with a countdown
indicating the status of the cycle in progress.
Once the cycle has been completed, the door remains
locked until the temperature inside the oven has
returned to a safe level.
Once the cycle has been selected, you can delay the start of
automatic cleaning. Tap “DELAY” to set the end time as
indicated in the relevant section.
PROBE
Using the probe enables you to measure the core
temperature of the meat during cooking to ensure
that it reaches the optimum temperature. The
temperature of the oven varies according to the
function that you have selected, but cooking is
always programmed to finish once the specified
temperature has been reached.
Place food in the oven and connect the food probe to
the socket. Keep the probe as far away from the heat
source as possible. Close the oven door.
Tap
. You can choose between the manual (by
cooking method) and 6th Sense (by food type)
functions if use of the probe is allowed or required.
How would you like to
program the probe?
BY COOKING METHOD
BY FOOD TYPE
Once a cooking function has been started, it will be cancelled
if the probe is removed.
Always unplug and remove the probe from the oven when
taking out the food.
MUTE
Tap icon to mute or unmute all the sounds and
alarms.
CONTROL LOCK
The "Control Lock" enables you to lock the buttons on
the touch pad so they cannot be pressed accidentally.
To activate the lock:
• Tap the
icon.
To deactivate the lock:
• Tap the display.
• Swipe up on the message shown.
Control Lock
The product is locked.
Swipe up to unlock.
MORE MODES
For selecting Sabbath mode and accessing Power
Management.
Sabbath mode keeps the oven on in baking mode until
disabled. Sabbath mode uses the conventional function. All
other cooking and cleaning cycles are disabled. No tones will
sound, and the displays will not indicate temperature
changes. When the oven door is opened or closed, the oven
light will not turn on or off, and the heating elements will not
turn on or off immediately.
or
, then
To disable and exit Sabbath mode, press
press and hold the display screen for 3 seconds.
PREFERENCES
For changing several oven settings.
WIFI
For changing settings or configuring a new home network.
INFO
For switching off “Store Demo Mode”, resetting the
product and obtaining further information about the
product.
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COOKING TIPS
HOW TO READ THE COOKING TABLES
The tables list: recipes, if preheating is needed,
temperature (°C), grill level, cooking time (minutes),
accessories and level suggested for cooking.
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 values
to begin with and, if the food is not cooked enough,
move on to higher values.
CONVENTIONAL
The heating elements at the top and bottom of the
oven cavity heat the inside of the oven evenly.
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.
This function is the best cooking mode for cooking
delicate desserts on one shelf only.
Use dark-coloured metal cake tins and always
position them on the wire shelf supplied. When using
the supplied trays, remove any other accessories you
are not using from the oven cavity to achieve optimal
results and save energy.
Use the accessories supplied and preferably darkcoloured metal cake tins and oven trays. You can
also use pans and accessories in pyrex or stoneware,
but bear in mind that cooking times will be slightly
longer. To obtain the best results, carefully follow
the advice given in the cooking table for the choice
of accessories (supplied) to be placed on the various
shelves.
The tables list the following icons for indicating
accessories:
Wire Shelf
Cake tin on wire shelf
Drip tray / baking tray
Drip tray / baking tray or oven tray on wire shelf
To check whether a cake is 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 cake tins, do not butter the edges
as the cake may not rise evenly around the edges.
If the cake “sinks” during cooking, set a lower
temperature the next time, perhaps reducing the
amount of liquid in the mixture and mixing more
gently.
The fish is cooked when the dorsal fin comes off
easily. Begin by selecting the lowest indicated
temperature, even when preparing larger fish. In
general, the larger the fish, the lower the temperature
must be and therefore the longer the cooking time.
Preheat
Temperature (°C)
Cook Time (Min.)
Level and Accessories
Leavened cakes / Sponge cakes
Yes
170
30 - 50
2
Cookies / Shortbread
Yes
150
20 - 40
3
Small cakes / Muffin
Yes
170
20 - 40
3
Choux buns
Yes
180 - 200
30 - 40
3
Meringues
Yes
90
110 - 150
3
Pizza / Bread / Focaccia
Yes
190 - 250
15 - 50
2
Frozen pizza
Yes
250
10 - 15
3
Vols-au-vent / Puff pastry crackers
Yes
190 - 200
20 - 30
3
Lasagne / Flans / Baked pasta / Cannelloni
Yes
190 - 200
45 - 65
3
Lamb / Veal / Beef / Pork 1 kg
Yes
190 - 200
80 - 110
3
Chicken / Rabbit / Duck 1 kg
Yes
200 - 230
50 - 100
3
Turkey / Goose 3 kg
Yes
190 - 200
80 - 130
2
Baked fish / en papillote (fillets, whole)
Yes
180 - 200
40 - 60
3
Recipe
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GRILL
The top heating element enables optimum results
to be achieved when grilling.Place food on the 4th
or 5th shelf. When grilling meat, use the drip tray to
collect the cooking juices. Position it on the 3rd/4th
shelf, adding approx 500 ml of drinking water. The
oven does not have to be preheated. During cooking,
the oven door must remain closed.
If 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.
Recipe
To prevent the meat from burning on the outside,
lower the position of the wire shelf, keeping the
food further away from the grill. Turn food halfway
through cooking.
To collect the cooking juices it is advisable to place
a drip-tray with half a litre of drinking water directly
under the grill on which the meat is placed. Top-up
when necessary.
Preheat
Grill Level
Cook Time (Min.)
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
TURBO GRILL
In this function, the top heating element and the fan
are activated at the same time.
Use the drip tray to collect the cooking juices.
Position it on the 1st/2nd shelf, adding 500 ml
of drinking water. The oven does not have to be
preheated. During cooking the oven door must
remain closed.
Turn food two thirds of the way through cooking (if
Recipe
Level and Accessories
necessary).
Use any kind of oven tray or pyrex dish suited to the
size of the piece of meat being cooked. For roast
joints, 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.
Level and Accessories
Preheat
Grill Level
Cook Time (Min.)
Roast chicken 1-1.3 kg
—
2 (Mid)
55 - 70
2
Leg of lamb / Shanks
—
2 (Mid)
60 - 90
3
Roast potatoes
—
2 (Mid)
35 - 55
3
Vegetable gratin
—
3 (High)
10 - 25
3
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FORCED AIR
The round heating element and the fan are activated
at the same time. The fan on the rear wall distributes
the hot air evenly around the oven.
Using the “Forced Air” function, you can cook
different foods which require the same cooking
temperature at the same time (for example fish or
vegetables), using different shelves. Remove the
food which requires less cooking time and leave food
which requires longer cooking time in the oven.
Recipe
Use the 4th shelf to cook on one shelf only, the 1st
and 4th to cook on two shelves, and the 1st, 3rd and
5th to cook on three shelves. Always place cake tins
on the wire shelf. Preheat the oven before cooking.
To achieve uniform browning, make sure that all
portions of dough are the same thickness.
When cooking pizza, lightly grease the trays to ensure
the pizza has a crispy base. Scatter the mozzarella
over the pizza two thirds of the way through cooking.
Preheat
Temperature (°C)
Cook Time (Min.)
Yes
160
30 - 50
2
Yes
160
30 - 50
4
1
Yes
160 – 200
35 - 90
4
1
Yes
140
30 - 50
4
Yes
140
30 - 50
4
1
Yes
135
40 - 60
5
3
Yes
150
30 - 50
4
Yes
150
30 - 50
4
1
Yes
150
40 - 60
5
3
Yes
180 - 190
35 - 45
4
1
Yes
180 - 190
35 - 45 *
5
3
Yes
90
130 - 150
4
1
Yes
90
140 - 160 *
5
3
Pizza / Bread / Focaccia
Yes
190 - 230
20 - 50
4
1
Pizza (Thin, thick, focaccia)
Yes
220 - 240
25 - 50 *
5
3
Yes
250
10 - 20
4
1
Yes
220 - 240
15 - 30
5
3
Yes
180 - 190
45 - 60
4
1
Yes
180 - 190
45 - 70 *
5
3
Yes
180 - 190
20 - 40
4
1
Yes
180 - 190
20 - 40 *
5
3
Lasagna & Meat
Yes
200
50 - 100 *
4
1
Meat & Potatoes
Yes
200
45 - 100 *
4
1
Fish & Vegetables
Yes
180
30 - 50 *
4
1
Leavened cakes / Sponge cakes
Filled cakes (cheesecake, strudel, apple pie)
Cookies / Shortbread
Small cakes / Muffin
Choux buns
Meringues
Frozen pizza
Savoury pies (vegetable pie, quiche)
Vols-au-vent / Puff pastry crackers
Level and Accessories
* Estimated length of time: dishes can be removed from the oven at different times depending on personal preference.
ACCESSORIES
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Wire shelf
Drip tray / Baking tray
Oven tray or cake tin
or oven tray on wire Drip tray / Baking tray
on wire shelf
shelf
Drip tray with
500 ml of water
Food probe
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
COOK 4
Recipe
Dish
Preheat
Temperature (°C)
Cook Time (Min.)
Level and Accessories
4
3
1
Cookies
Cookies
Yes
135
50 - 70
5
Tarts
Tarts
Yes
170
50 - 70
5
3
2
1
Round pizzas
Round Pizza
Yes
210
40 - 60
5
3
2
1
Complete meal:
Fruit tart (level 5)
roasted vegetables (level 4)
lasagna (level 2)
cuts of meat (level 1)
Cook 4
menu
Yes
190
40 - 120
5
4
2
1
CONVECTION BAKE
Use this function for quiches and vegetable tarts or
desserts with moist fillings, such as or cheesecake
and fruit pie.
It is also ideal for cooking foods with a high water
content. The fan distributes heat evenly throughout
the oven. This helps to maintain a constant
temperature and cook food more evenly, crisping
up the top while sealing in moisture and creating
crustier breads.
Recipe
Use the 3rd or the 2nd shelf. Wait for the end of
preheating before placing food inside.
If the pastry base is soggy, lower the shelf and
sprinkle the bottom of the cake with biscuit crumbs
before adding the filling.
Preheat
Temperature (°C)
Cook Time (Min.)
Level and Accessories
Filled cakes (cheesecake, strudel, apple pie)
Yes
160 – 200
30 - 85
3
Savoury pies (vegetable pie,quiche)
Yes
180 - 190
45 - 55
3
Stuffed vegetables (tomatoes, courgettes, aubergines)
Yes
180 - 200
50 - 60
2
MAXI COOKING
This function is very useful for cooking large joints
of meat (over 2.5 kg). It is advisable to turn the meat
over during cooking for more even browning. It
is best to baste the meat every now and again to
prevent it from drying out.
Use the 1st or 2nd shelves, depending on the size of
the joint. The oven does not have to be preheated
before cooking.
Recipe
Roast pork with crackling 2 kg
For roast joints, 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.
If the meat is too lean, add a little liquid, drizzle the
joint with fat, or cover it with strips of bacon, for
example.
In terms of turning the roast, make sure you place it
rind-side down first.
Preheat
Temperature (°C)
Cook Time (Min.)
Level and Accessories
—
170
110 - 150
2
ECO FORCED AIR
It is advisable to use the 3rd level. The oven does not have to be preheated.
Recipe
Preheat
Temperature (°C)
Cook Time (Min.)
Level and Accessories
Stuffed roasting joints
—
200
80 - 120 *
3
Cuts of meat (rabbit, chicken, lamb)
—
200
50 - 100 *
3
* Estimated length of time: dishes can be removed from the oven at different times depending on personal preference.
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USING THE FOOD PROBE
Place the food in the oven and connect the plug
by inserting it into the connection provided on the
righthand side of the oven’s cooking compartment.
The cable is semi-rigid and can be shaped as needed
to insert the probe into the food in the most effective
way. Make sure that the cable does not touch the top
heating element during cooking.
MEAT: Insert the probe deep into the meat, avoiding
bones or fatty areas. For poultry, insert the probe
lengthways into the centre of the breast, avoiding
hollow areas.
FISH (whole): Position the tip in the thickest part,
avoiding the thorns.
OVEN BAKING: Insert the tip deep into the dough
by shaping the cable to achieve the optimum probe
angle.
If you use the probe when cooking with the 6th Sense
functions, cooking will be stopped automatically
when the selected recipe reaches the ideal core
temperature, without the need to set the oven
temperature.
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).
WARM KEEPING
The keep warm function enables you to keep readymade meals warm. This prevents condensation from
forming and eliminates the need to clean the cooking
compartment.
DEFROSTING
Boiled foods, stews and meat-based sauces will
defrost better if stirred occasionally while defrosting.
Separate the food items once they begin to defrost:
the separated portions will defrost more quickly.
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Lasagna
Whole Chicken
Fish
Rolls
Big Bread
Cake
Proving time for a 1 kg batch of pizza dough is
around one hour.
It is not advisable to keep ready-made meals warm
for over two hours.
Remember that some foods continue cooking while
they are kept warm: Cover them, if necessary, to
prevent them drying out.
COOKING TABLE
CASSEROLE &
BAKED PASTA
Food categories
Fresh
Frozen
Beef
MEAT
Pork
Lamb
Chicken
Roasted Duck
ACCESSORIES
Level and Accessories
Quantity
Cooking Info
Lasagna
2
500 - 3000 g *
Cannelloni
2
500 - 3000 g *
Lasagna
2
500 - 3000 g
Cannelloni
2
500 - 3000 g
Roast beef
3
600 - 2000 g *
Roast veal
3
600 - 2500 g *
Steak
5
4
2 - 4 cm
Brush with oil and rosemary. Rub with salt and black
pepper. Distribute evenly on the wire rack.
Turn at 2/3 of cooking time
Hamburger
5
4
1.5 - 3 cm
Brush with oil and sprinkle with salt before cooking.
Turn at 3/5 of cooking time.
Slow cooking
3
600 - 2000 g *
Roast Pork
3
600 - 2500 g *
Pork Shank
3
500 - 2000 g *
Pork Ribs
5
4
500 - 2000 g
Bacon
5
4
0.5 - 1.5 cm
Roast Lamb
2
600 - 2500 g *
Lamb Rack
2
500 - 2000 g *
Lamb Leg
2
500 - 2000 g *
Roast Chicken
Stuffed Roast
Chicken
2
600 - 3000 g *
2
600 - 3000 g *
Chicken Pieces
3
600 - 3000 g *
Chicken fillet /
Breast
5
Roast Duck
Stuffed Roast
Duck
Duck Pieces
2
600 - 3000 g *
2
600 - 3000 g *
3
600 - 3000 g *
Duck Fillet /
Breast
5
Wire shelf
4
4
1 - 5 cm
1 - 5 cm
Prepare according to your favorite recipe. Pour bechamel
sauce on top and sprinkle with cheese to get perfect
browning
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer. At the end of cooking let rest
for at least 15 minutes before carving
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer. At the end of cooking let rest
for at least 15 minutes before carving
Brush with oil and sprinkle with salt before cooking.
Turn at 2/3 of cooking time
Distribute evenly on the wire shelf.
Turn at 3/4 of cooking time
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer. At the end of cooking let rest
for at least 15 minutes before carving
Brush with oil and season as you prefer. Rub with salt and
pepper. Insert into the oven with the breast side up
Brush with oil and season as you prefer. Distribute evenly in
the drip tray with the skin side down
Brush with oil and sprinkle with salt before cooking.
Turn at 2/3 of cooking time
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer.
Turn at 2/3 of cooking time
Drip tray / Baking tray
Oven tray or cake tin
or oven tray on wire Drip tray / Baking tray
on wire shelf
shelf
Drip tray with
500 ml of water
Food probe*
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Food categories
MEAT
Roasted
Turkey &
Goose
Meat dishes
FISH
Roasted
whole fish
Roasted
fillets &
steaks
Grilled
seafood
VEGETABLES
Roasted
Vegetables
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Gratin
Vegetables
Level and Accessories
Quantity
Cooking Info
Roast Goose
Stuffed Roast
Goose
Turkey Pieces
2
600 - 3000 g *
2
600 - 3000 g *
3
600 - 3000 g *
Fillets / Breast
5
4
1 - 5 cm
Kebabs
5
4
1 grid
Sausages &
Wurstel
5
4
1.5 - 4 cm
Salmon
3
2
0.2 - 1.5 kg *
Hake
3
2
0.2 - 1.5 kg *
Cod
3
2
0.2 - 1.5 kg *
Seabass
3
2
0.2 - 1.5 kg *
Seabream
3
2
0.2 - 1.5 kg *
Mullet
3
2
0.2 - 1.5 kg *
Whole Fish
3
2
0.2 - 1.5 kg *
Fish In Salt Crust
3
Tuna Steak
3
2
1 - 3 cm
Salmon Steak
3
2
1 - 3 cm
Swordfish Steak
3
2
0.5 - 2.5 cm
Cod Steak
3
2
100 - 300 g
Seabass Fillet
3
2
50 - 150 g
Seabream Fillet
3
2
50 - 150 g
Other Fillets
3
2
0.5 - 2.5 cm
Fish Fillets
3
2
0.5 - 2.5 cm
Scallops
4
Gratin Mussels
4
Shrimps
4
3
one tray
Prawns
4
3
one tray
Potatoes
3
500 - 1500 g
Stuffed
Vegetables
Other
Vegetables
3
100 - 500 g each
3
500 - 1500 g
Potatoes
3
1 tray
Cut in pieces, season with oil, salt and flavor with herbs
before insert into the oven
Tomatoes
3
1 tray
Cover with breadcrumbs and season with oil, garlic, pepper
and parsley
Peppers
3
1 tray
Prepare according to your favorite recipe. Sprinkle with
cheese to get perfect browning
Broccoli
3
1 tray
Cauliflowers
3
1 tray
Others
3
1 tray
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer
Brush with oil and season as you prefer. Rub with salt and
pepper. Insert into the oven with the breast side up.
Turn at 2/3 of cooking time
Brush with oil and sprinkle with salt before cooking.
Turn at 1/2 of cooking time
Distribute evenly on the wire shelf. Pierce the sausages with
a fork to avoid cracking.
Turn at 2/3 of cooking time
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer
0.2 - 1.5 kg *
one tray
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer
Cover with breadcrumbs and season with oil, garlic, pepper
and parsley
one tray
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer
Cut in pieces, season with oil, salt and flavor with herbs
before insert into the oven
Brush with oil and rub with salt and pepper. Season with
garlic and herbs as you prefer
Prepare according to your favorite recipe. Pour bechamel
sauce on top and sprinkle with cheese to get perfect
browning
Food categories
CAKES & PASTRIES
Rising cakes
SALTY CAKES
Pastries &
filled pies
Level and Accessories
Quantity
Cooking Info
Sponge Cake
In Tin
2
500 - 1200 g *
Prepare a fatless sponge cake batter of 500-900g. Pour into
lined and greased baking pan
Fruit Rising Cake
In Tin
2
500 - 1200 g *
Prepare a cake batter according to your favorite recipe by
using shredded or chopped-sliced fresh fruit. Pour into
lined and greased baking pan
Chocolate Rising
Cake In Tin
2
500 - 1200 g *
Prepare a fatless sponge cake batter of 500-900g. Pour into
lined and greased baking pan
Sponge Cake in
Baking Tray
2
500 - 1200 g *
Prepare a fatless sponge cake batter of 500-900g. Pour into
lined and greased baking tray
Cookies
3
200 - 600 g
Make a batch of 500g flour, 200g salted butter, 200g sugar,
2 egg. Flavor with fruit essence. Let cool down. Stretch
evenly the dough and shape as you prefer. Lay the cookies
on a baking tray
Croissants
(fresh)
Croissants
(frozen)
Choux Pastry
3
one tray
3
one tray
3
one tray
Meringues
3
10 - 30 g each
Tart In Tin
3
Distribute evenly in the baking tray. Let cool down before
serving
Make a batch of 2 egg whites, 80g sugar and 100g
desiccated coconut. Flavor with vanilla and almond
essence. Shape into 20-24 pieces on greased baking tray
400 - 1600 g
Make a batch of 500g flour, 200g salted butter, 200g sugar,
2 egg. Flavor with fruit essence. Let cool down. Stretch
evenly the dough and fold in a tin. Fill with marmalade and
cook
Strudel
3
400 - 1600 g
Prepare a mix of diced apple, pine nuts, cinnamon and
nutmeg. Put some butter in a pan, sprinkle with sugar and
cook for 10-15 minutes. Roll it into a pastry and fold the
external part
Fruit filled pie
3
500 - 2000 g
Line a pie dish with the pastry and sprinkle the bottom with
bread crumbs to absorb the juice from the fruit. Fill with
chopped fresh fruit mixed with sugar and cinnamon
Salty cake
2
800 - 1200 g
Line a pie dish for 8-10 portions with a pastry and pierce it
with a fork, Fill the pastry according to your favorite recipe
Vegetable Strudel
2
500 - 1500 g
Prepare a mix of chopped vegetable. Sprinkle with oil and
cook into a pan for 15-20 minutes. Let cool down. Add fresh
cheese and season with salt, balsamic vinegar and spices.
Roll it into a pastry and fold the external part
ACCESSORIES
Wire shelf
Drip tray / Baking tray
Oven tray or cake tin
or oven tray on wire Drip tray / Baking tray
on wire shelf
shelf
Drip tray with
500 ml of water
Food probe*
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Quantity
Cooking Info
3
Prepare dough according to your favorite recipe for a light
60 - 150 g each * bread. Form to rolls before rise. Use the oven dedicated
function to rise
Medium Size Bread
3
200 - 500 g each *
Sandwich Loaf in Tin
2
Prepare dough according to your favorite recipe for a light
400 - 600g each * bread. Form into a loaf container before rise. Use the oven
dedicated function to rise
Big Bread
2
700 - 2000 g *
Wholegrain
2
500 - 2000 g *
Baguettes
3
Special Bread
2
-
Pizza Thin
2
round - tray
Pizza Thick
2
round - tray
Prepare dough according to your favorite recipe and place
it on baking tray
Prepare dough according to your favorite recipe and place
it on baking tray
Prepare dough according to your favorite recipe for a light
200 - 300g each * bread. Form to baguette rolls before rise. Use the oven
dedicated function to rise
Prepare dough according to your favorite recipe and place
it on baking tray
Prepare a pizza dough based on 150ml water, 15g yeast,
200-225g flour, oil and salt. Rise it using the dedeicated
oven function. Roll out the dough into a lightly greased
baking tray. Add topping like tomatoes, mozzarella and
ham
2
Pizza Frozen
ACCESSORIES
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Level and Accessories
Rolls
PIZZA
BREAD
Food categories
Wire shelf
4
2
5
3
1
5
3
2
1 - 4 layers
Take out from packaging. Distribute evenly on the wire shelf
1
Drip tray / Baking tray
Oven tray or cake tin
or oven tray on wire Drip tray / Baking tray
on wire shelf
shelf
Drip tray with
500 ml of water
Food probe*
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
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
Wear protective gloves.
The oven must be disconnected
from the mains before carrying
out any kind of maintenance work.
of cooking foods with a high water content, let the
oven to cool completely and then wipe it with a
cloth or sponge.
• 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.
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.
3. 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
4. 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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REPLACING THE LAMP
• Disconnect the oven from the power supply.
• Remove the shelf guides.
• Remove the lamp cover.
• Replace the lamp.
• Reposition the lamp cover, pushing it on firmly
until it snaps into place.
• Refit the shelf guides.
• 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.
Do not handle bulbs with your bare hands as your fingerprints
could damage them. Do not use the oven until the light cover
has been refitted.
WIFI FAQs
Which WiFi protocols are supported?
The WiFi adapter installed supports WiFi b/g/n for
European countries.
Which settings need to be configured in the router
software?
The following router settings are required: 2.4 GHz
enabled, WiFi b/g/n, DHCP and NAT activated.
Which Version of WPS is supported?
WPS 2.0 or higher. Check the router documentation.
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?
Press
then tap
WiFi or look on your appliance:
There is a label showing the SAID and MAC addresses.
The MAC address consists of a combination of
numbers and letters starting with “88:e7”.
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How can I check whether the appliance's wireless
functionality is enabled?
Use your smart device and the 6th Sense Live app to
check whether the appliance network is visible and
connected to the cloud.
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 oven?
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 next to
the appliance.
What can I do if my wireless connection does not
reach the appliance?
You can use specific devices to extend your home
WiFi coverage, such as access points, WiFi repeaters
and power line bridges (not provided with appliance).
How can I find out the name of 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.
What can I do if
appears on the display or the oven
is unable to establish a stable connection to my home
router?
The appliance might have successfully connected to
the router, but it is not able to access the Internet. To
connect the appliance to the Internet, you will need
to check the router and/or carrier settings.
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.
How can I check whether data is being transmitted?
After setting up the network, switch the power off,
wait 20 seconds and then switch on the oven: Check
that the app is showing the UI status of the appliance.
Select a cycle or another option and check its status
on the app.
Some settings take several seconds to appear in the app.
How can I change my Whirlpool account but keep my
appliances connected?
You can make a new account but remember to
unclaim your appliance from the old account before
to move them to new one.
I changed my router – what do I need to do?
You can either keep the same settings (network name
and password) or delete the previous settings from
the appliance and configure the settings again.
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 Oven failure.
by a number or letter.
The home power
goes off.
The function does
not start.
The function is not
available in demo
mode.
The door will not
open.
Power setting wrong.
Demo mode is running.
Press
, tap
Mode” to exit.
Cleaning cycle in progress.
Wait for the function to finish and for the oven to cool
down.
The WiFi router is off.
The router settings have
changed.
The wireless connections
does not reach the
The
icon is shown appliance.
The oven is unable
on display.
to establish a stable
connection to home
network.
The connectivity is not
supported.
Connectivity is not
Remote operation is not
supported.
permitted in your country.
The touch screen
display is not
working properly.
Contact you nearest Client After-sales Service Centre
and state the number following the letter “F”.
Press
, tap
”Info” and then select “Factory Reset”. All
settings saved will be deleted.
Verify if your domestic network has at least a rating of
more than 3 kW. If no, decrease the power to 13 Ampere.
To change it, press
, select “More Modes” and then
select “Power Management”.
Prolonged use.
Overload system.
“Info” and then select “Store Demo
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 “WiFi FAQs” section.
If your home wireless network settings have changed,
connect to the network: Press
, tap “WiFi” and then
select “Connect to network”.
Check whether your country allows remote operation of
electronic appliances before purchasing.
Press and hold
for at least 15 seconds. Switch the
oven on and see if the fault persists.
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AFTER-SALES SERVICE
BEFORE CONTACTING OUR AFTER-SALES
SERVICE
• Check whether you can resolve the problem
yourself using any of the measures described in the
Troubleshooting section.
•
Turn the oven off and on again 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 inside
edge when the oven door is open);
XXXXXXXXXX
XXX
XX
XXXXXX
XXXX
XX
XXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXX
Model: xxxXXXXxx
XXXXXX XXXXXX
XXXXX XXXXXXX
XXXXXX
• your full address;
• a contact telephone number.
TECHNICAL DATA
The product fiche with energy data of this appliance
can be downloaded from Whirlpool website
docs‌.‌whirlpool‌.‌eu
400011210373
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