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Whirlpool FA3S 841 P IX A AUS Setup and user guide
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DAILY REFERENCE
GUIDE
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
Control panel
Fan
Lamp
Shelf guides (the level is
indicated on the wall of the
cooking compartment)
5. Door
6. Door lock (locks the door while
automatic cleaning is in progress
and afterwards)
7. Upper heating element/grill
8. Circular heating element (not
visible)
9. Identification plate (do not
remove)
10.
embossing for
drinking water
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6
7
2
3
8
9
4
10
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CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
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1. SELECTION KNOB
For switching the oven on by
selecting a function. Turn to the
position to switch the oven off.
2. LIGHT
With the oven switched on, press
to turn the oven compartment
lamp on or off.
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3. SETTING THE TIME
For accessing the cooking time
settings, delayed start and timer.
For displaying the time when the
oven is off.
4. DISPLAY
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5. ADJUSTMENT BUTTONS
For changing the cooking time
settings.
6. THERMOSTAT KNOB
Turn to select the temperature you
require when activating manual
functions.
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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.
* Availble 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 onto the level you require by
holding it tilted slightly upwards and resting the
raised rear side (pointing upwards) down first.
Then slide it horizontally along the runners as far as
possible.
. Other accessories, like the baking tray, are to be
inserted horizontally, letting them slide on the
runners.
REMOVING AND REFITTING THE SHELF GUIDES
. To remove the shelf guides, firmly grip the external
part of the guide, and pull it towards you to extract
the support and the two internal pins from the
lodging.
. To reposition the shelf guides, position them near
the cavity and initially insert the two pins into their
lodgings. Next, position the external part near its
lodging, insert the support, and firmly press towards
the wall of the cavity to make sure the shelf guide is
properly secured.
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FITTING THE SLIDING RUNNERS (IF PRESENT)
Remove the shelf guides. Disengage the guide’s
anchoring clips from the shelf guide, starting from
the lower part.
To reinstall the sliding guides, anchor theguide’s
upper clip to the shelf guide, then 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.
Reposition the shelf guides.
Please note: The sliding runners can be fitted on any level.
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FUNCTIONS
CONVENTIONAL
For cooking any kind of dish on one shelf only.
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.
PIZZA
For baking different types and sizes of pizza and
bread. It is a good idea to swap the position of the
baking trays halfway through cooking.
GRILL
For grilling steaks, kebabs and sausages,
cooking vegetables au gratin or toasting bread.
When grilling meat, we recommend using a dripping
pan to collect the cooking juices: position the pan on
any of the levels below the wire shelf and add 200 ml
of drinking water.
TURBO GRILL
For roasting large joints of meat (legs, roast
beef, chicken). We recommend using a dripping pan
to collect the cooking juices: position the pan on any
of the levels below the wire shelf and add 200 ml of
drinking water.
RISING
For helping sweet or savoury dough to rise
effectively. Turn the thermostat knob to the icon to
activate this function.
ECO FORCED AIR
For cooking roasts and stuffed roasting joints
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 but can be switched on
again by pressing
.
AUTOMATIC CLEANING - PYRO
For eliminating cooking spatters using a cycle
at very high temperature (over 400 °C).
• FISH
• MEAT
• BREAD
The
functions provide excellent results
thanks to the addition of steam in cooking cycles.
Only when the oven is cold, pour drinking water
on the bottom of the oven and select the specific
function for your preparation. The optimal water
quantities and temperatures for each food category
are listed in the relative cooking table. Do not
preheat the oven before inserting food.
FIRST TIME USE
1. SETTING THE TIME
You will need to set the time when you switch on the
appliance for the first time: Press until the icon
and the two digits for the hour start flashing on the
display.
Use or to set the hour and press
to confirm.
The two digits for the minutes will start flashing. Use
or to set the minutes and press to confirm.
Please note: When the icon is flashing, for example
following lengthy power outages, you will need to reset the
time.
2. SET THE POWER CONSUMPTION
The oven is programmed to work at a power of less
than 2.9 kW (“Lo”): To operate the oven at a power
that is compatible with a domestic power supply of
greater than 3 kW (“Hi”), you will need to change the
settings.
To go to the change menu, turn the selection knob to
, then turn it back to .
Press and hold
afterwards.
and
for five seconds immediately
Use o to change the setting, then press and hold
for at least two seconds to confirm.
3. 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 250 °C for about one hour. The oven
must be empty during this time.
Please note: It is advisable to air the room after using the
appliance for the first time.
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DAILY USE
1. SELECT A FUNCTION
To select a function, turn the selection knob to the
symbol for the function you require: the display will
light up and an audible signal will sound.
that there is residual heat in the compartment.
Please note: The time after which the icon switches off varies
because it depends on a series of factors such as ambient
temperature and function used. In any case, the product
should be considered to be off when the pointer on the
selection knob is at “ ”.
. PROGRAMMING COOKING
2. ACTIVATE A FUNCTION
MANUAL
To start the function you have selected, turn the
thermostat knob to set the temperature you require.
Please note: During cooking you can change the function by
turning the selection knob or adjust the temperature by
turning the thermostat knob. The function will not start if the
thermostat knob will be on . You can set the cooking time,
cooking end time (only if you set a cooking time) and a timer.
RISING
To start the “Rising” function, turn the thermostat
knob to the relevant symbol; if the oven is set to a
different temperature, the function will not start.
Please note: You can set the cooking time, cooking end time
(only if you set a cooking time) and a timer.
Only when the oven is cold, fill
the embossing of the cavity with
the quantity of drinking water
suggested in the relative cooking
table. Place the food in the oven.
Set and activate the
function: At the end, carefully
open the door and let steam
escape slowly.
Please note: During steam cooking, do not open the door and
never top up the water.
3. PREHEATING AND RESIDUAL HEAT
Once the function starts, an audible signal and a
flashing icon on the display indicate that the
preheating phase is active.
When the set temperature has been reached, the icon
becomes fixed and a new audible signal will sound
to indicate that the food can be placed inside and
cooking can proceed.
You will need to select a function before you can start
programming cooking.
DURATION
Keep pressing until the icon and “00:00” start
flashing on the display.
Use or to set the cooking time you require, then
press to confirm.
Activate the function by turning the thermostat knob
to the temperature you require: an audible signal will
sound and the display will indicate that cooking is
complete.
Please note: To cancel the cooking time you have set, keep
pressing
until the
icon starts flashing on the display,
then use
to reset the cooking time to “00:00”. This
cooking time includes a preheating phase.
PROGRAMMING THE END COOKING TIME/
DELAYED START
After a cooking time has been set, starting the
function can be delayed by programming its end
time: press until the icon and the current time
start flashing on the display.
Use or to set the time you want cooking to end
and press to confirm.
Activate the function by turning the thermostat
knob to the temperature you require: the function
will remain paused until it starts automatically after
the period of time that has been calculated in order
forcooking to finish at the time you have set.
Please note: To cancel the setting, switch the oven off by
turning the selection knob to the position.
END OF COOKING
An audible signal will sound and the display will
indicate that the function has finished.
Please note: Placing food in the oven before the preheating
phase has finished may have an adverse effect on the final
result of cooking.
After cooking and with the function deactivated, the
icon may continue to remain visible on the display
even after the cooling fan has switched off to indicate
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Turn the selection knob to select a different function
or to to switch the oven off.
Please note: If the timer is active, the display will show “END”
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alternately with the remaining time.
. AUTOMATIC CLEANING FUNCTION – PYRO
This option does not interrupt or program cooking
but allows you to use the display as a timer, either
during while a function is active or when the oven is
off.
Keep pressing until the and “00:00” icon and
“00:00” start flashing on the display.
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.
. SETTING THE TIMER
Use or to set the time you require and press
to confirm. An audible signal will sound once the
timer has finished counting down the selected time.
Notes: To cancel the timer, keep pressing until the icon
starts flashing, then use to reset the time to “00:00”.
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.
Avoid activating the pyro cycle cleaning in the
presence of limescale residues.
We recommend only running the Pyro function if
the appliance contains heavy soiling or gives off bad
odours during cooking.
To activate the automatic cleaning function, turn the
selection knob and the thermostat knob to the icon.
The function will be activated automatically, the door
locked and the light inside the oven switched off:
The display will show the time remaining to the end,
alternating with “Piro”.
Once the cycle has been completed, the door remains
locked until the temperature inside the oven has
returned to a safe level. Air the room during and after
running the Pyro cycle.
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COOKING TABLE
RECIPE
FUNCTION
PREHEAT
TEMPERATURE (°C)
DURATION (Min)
Yes
170
30 - 50
Yes
160
30 - 50
Yes
160
40 - 60
Yes
160 - 200
35 - 90
Yes
160 - 200
40 - 90
Yes
160
25 - 35
Yes
160
25 - 35
Yes
150
35 - 45
Yes
180 - 210
30 - 40
Yes
180 - 200
35 - 45
Yes
180 - 200
35 - 45
Yes
90
150 - 200
Yes
90
140 - 200
Yes
90
140 - 200
Yes
190 - 250
15 - 50
Yes
190 - 250
20 - 50
Yes
250
10 - 20
Yes
230-250
10 - 25
Yes
180 - 200
40 - 55
Yes
180 - 200
45 - 60
Yes
180 - 200
45 - 60
Yes
190 - 200
20 - 30
Yes
180 - 190
20 - 40
Yes
180 - 190
20 - 40
Lasagne / baked pasta /
canneloni / flans
Yes
190 - 200
45 - 65
Lamb / veal / beef / pork 1 kg
Yes
190 - 200
80 - 110
Roast pork with crackling 2 kg
Yes
180 - 190
110 - 150
Chicken / rabbit / duck 1 kg
Yes
200 - 230
50 - 100
-
190 - 200
100 - 160
Yes
170 - 190
30 - 45
Yes
180 - 200
50 - 70
Pizza
Grill
Leavened cakes
Filled cake
(cheese cake, strudel, fruit pie)
Biscuits / tartlets
Choux buns
Meringues
Pizza / Focaccia
Frozen pizza
Salty cakes
(vegetable pie, quiche)
Vols-au-vents / puff pastry crackers
Turkey / goose 3 kg
Baked fish / en papillote
(fillets, whole)
Stuffed vegetables
(tomatoes, courgettes, aubergines)
LEVEL AND ACCESSORIES
3
2
4
1
2
4
2
3
3
4
2
3
4
2
5
3
1
3
4
2
5
3
1
1/2
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
5
3
1
3
4
2
5
3
1
2
3
3
2
2
2
3
FUNCTIONS
Conventional
ACCESSORIES
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Wire shelf
Forced Air
Baking dish or cake tin
on the wire shelf
Baking tray/Drip tray or
Baking dish on the wire shelf
Turbo Grill
Drip tray / Baking tray
Eco Forced Air
Drip tray / Baking tray with
200 ml of water
RECIPE
FUNCTION
PREHEAT
TEMPERATURE (°C)
DURATION (Min)
Toasted bread
5'
250
2-6
Fish fillets / slices
-
230 - 250
15 - 30 *
Sausages / kebabs /
spare ribs / hamburgers
-
250
15 - 30 *
Roast chicken 1-1.3 kg
Yes
200 - 220
55 - 70 **
Roast beef rare 1 kg
Yes
200 - 210
35 - 50 **
Leg of lamb / knuckle
Yes
200 - 210
60 - 90 **
Roast potatoes
Yes
200 - 210
35 - 55
-
200 - 210
25 - 55
Meat and potatoes
Yes
190 - 200
45 - 100 ***
Fish and vegetables
Yes
180
30 - 50 ***
Lasagne and meat
Yes
200
50 - 100 ***
Complete meal: fruit tart (level 5) /
lasagne (level 3) / meat (level 1)
Yes
180 - 190
40 - 120 ***
Roast meat / stuffed roasting joints
-
170 - 180
100 - 150
Vegetable gratin
* Turn food halfway through cooking
** Turn food two thirds of the way through cooking (if
necessary).
RECIPE
FUNCTION
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LEVEL AND ACCESSORIES
5
4
3
5
4
2
1
3
3
2
3
4
1
4
2
4
1
5
3
1
3
*** Estimated length of time: dishes can be removed from the
oven at different times depending on personal preference.
PREHEAT
WATER (ml)
TEMPERATURE (°C)
DURATION (Min)
LEVEL AND
ACCESSORIES
Fish fillets / cutlets 0.5 - 2 cm
250
-
190 - 210
15 - 25
3
Whole fish 300 - 600 g
250
-
190 - 210
15 - 30
3
Whole fish 600 g - 1.2 kg
250
-
180 - 200
25 - 45
3
Roast Beef rare 1 kg
250
-
190 - 210
40 - 55
3
Lamb shank 500 g - 1.5 kg
Chicken / guinea fowl / duck
Whole 1 - 1.5 kg
Chicken / guinea fowl / duck
Pieces 500 g - 1.5 kg
Chicken / turkey / duck
Whole 3 kg
Lamb / Beef / Pork 1 kg
250
-
170 - 190
60 - 75
2
250
-
200 - 220
55 - 75
2
250
-
200 - 220
40 - 60
3
250
-
160 - 180
100 - 140
2
250
-
170 - 190
60 - 100
3
Small bread 80 - 100 g
200
-
200 - 220
30 - 45
3
Sandwich loaf in tin 300 - 500 g
250
-
170 - 190
45 - 60
3
Bread loaf 500 g - 2 kg
250
-
160 - 170
50 - 100
2
Baguettes 200 - 300 g
250
-
200 - 220
30 - 45
3
The time indicated includes the preheating phase: we recommend placing the food in the oven and setting
the cooking time when starting the function.
FUNCTIONS
Conventional
ACCESSORIES
Forced Air
Wire shelf
Pizza
Grill
Baking dish or cake tin
on the wire shelf
Turbo Grill
Eco Forced Air
Baking tray/Drip tray or
Baking dish on the wire shelf
Fish
Drip tray / Baking tray
Meat
Bread
Drip tray / Baking tray with
200 ml of water
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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, leave the
oven to cool completely and then wipe it with a cloth
or sponge.
• To remove the remaining limescale from the bottom
of the cavity after the
cooking, just pour 250
ml of white vinegar onto the embossing of the cavity
(alternatively, use a specific descaling product. For
REMOVING AND REFITTING THE DOOR
. To remove the door, open
a
it fully and lower the
b
catches until they are in the
unlock position.
2. Close the door as much
as you can. Take a firm hold
b of the door with both hands
– do not hold it by the
handle. Simply remove the
a
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°
REPLACING THE LAMP
1. Disconnect the oven from the power supply.
2. Unscrew the cover from the light, replace the bulb
and screw the cover back on the light.
3. Reconnect the oven to the power supply.
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Wear protective gloves.
The oven must be disconnected
from the mains before carrying
out any kind of maintenance
work.
availability please contact the After Sales Service).
Leave it to work at room temperature for 30 minutes,
then clean the cavity with warm drinking water and a
soft cloth. Cleaning is recommended at least for every
5 to 10
cooking cycles.
• If there is stubborn dirt on the interior surfaces, we
recommend running the automatic cleaning function
for optimal cleaning results. Avoid activating the
pyrolitic cycle cleaning in the presence of limescale
residues. Before activating, perform limescale
cleaning as described above.
• The door can be easily removed and refitted to
facilitate cleaning of the glass.
• Clean the glass in the door with a suitable liquid
detergent.
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.
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.
a
4. Lower the door and then
open it fully. Lower the
b
catches into their original
position: Make sure that
you lower them down
completely.
Apply gentle pressure to check that the catches are in
the correct position.
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.
Please note: Use 25 W/230 V type G9, T300 °C halogen lamps.
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.
CLICK & CLEAN - CLEANING THE GLASSES
1. After removing the door and resting it on a soft
surface with the handle downwards, simultaneously
press the two retaining clips and remove the upper
edge of the door by pulling it towards you.
2. Lift and firmly hold the inner glass with both
hands, remove it and place it on a soft surface before
cleaning it.
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3. Refit the intermediate pane (marked with “1R”)
before refitting the inside pane: To position the panes
of glass correctly, make sure that the “R” mark can be
seen in the left-hand corner. First insert the long side
of the glass marked “R” into the support seats, then
lower it into position. Repeat this procedure for both
panes of glass.
4. Refit the upper edge: A click will indicate correct
positioning. Make sure the seal is secure before
refitting the door.
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 display is showing the
message “Hot” and the selected
function will not start.
Temperature too high.
Allow the oven to cool down before activating the function.
Select a different function.
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contacting our Client
After-sales Service,
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provided on your
product's identification plate.
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