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Indesit IF 63 K.A IX AUS Instruction for Use
Operating Instructions
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Contents
GB
English,1
Installation, 2-3
Positioning
Electrical connections
Data plate
Description of the appliance, 4
Overall view
Control panel
Start-up and use, 5
Starting the oven
Cooking modes, 6-7
Cooking modes
Practical cooking advice
Cooking advice table
IF 63 K.A AUS
IF 63 K.A IX AUS
The electronic cooking programmer, 8
Precautions and tips, 9
General safety
Disposal
Respecting and conserving the environment
Maintenance and care, 10
Switching the appliance off
Cleaning the appliance
Cleaning the oven door
Replacing the light bulb
Assistance
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Installation
Before placing your new appliance into operation
please read these operating instructions carefully.
They contain important information for safe use, for
installation and for care of the appliance.
Please keep these operating instructions for future
reference. Pass them on to possible new owners of
the appliance.
Ventilation
To ensure good ventilation, the back panel of the
cabinet must be removed. It is advisable to install the
oven so that it rests on two strips of wood, or on a
completely flat surface with an opening of at least 45 x
560 mm (see diagrams).
Positioning
560
Keep packaging material out of the reach of
children.It can become a choking or suffocation
hazard. see Precautions and tips).
! The appliance must be installed by a qualified
person in compliance with the instructions provided.
Incorrect installation may cause harm to persons,
animals or may damage property.
Fitting the appliance
Use the appropriate cabinet to ensure that the
appliance functions properly.
mm
.
45 m
m.
Centring and fastening
Secure the appliance to the cabinet by opening the
oven door and putting 4 screws into the 4 holes of the
outer frame.
• The panels adjacent to the oven must be made of
heat-resistant material.
• Cabinets with a veneer exterior must be assembled
with glues which can withstand temperatures of up
to 100°C.
• To install the oven under the counter (see diagram)
and in a kitchen unit, the cabinet must have the
following dimensions:
45 m
m.
5 mm.
567 mm.
558
mm
.
593 mm.
23 mm.
.
. min
mm
547
595 mm.
GB
595
mm
24
545
.
mm
.
mm
.
! The appliance must not come into contact with
electrical parts once it has been installed.
The consumption indications on the data plate have
been calculated for this type of installation.
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! All parts which ensure the safe operation of the
appliance must not be removable without the aid of a
tool.
Electrical connections
! Ovens equipped with a three-pole power supply
cable are designed to operate with alternating
current at the voltage and frequency indicated on
the data plate located on the appliance (see below).
Fitting the power supply cable
1. Open the terminal
board by inserting a
screwdriver into the
side tabs of the cover.
Use the screwdriver as
a lever by pushing it
down to open the cover
(see diagram).
2. Loosen the cable
clamp screw and
remove it, using a
screwdriver as a lever
(see figure).
3. Remove the wire
contact screws L-N, then fasten the wires
under the screw heads,
respecting the colour
code: Blue (N), Brown
(L) and Yellow-Green
Verde ( ).
• The socket can withstand the maximum power of
the appliance, which is indicated on the data
plate (see below).
• The voltage must be in the range between the
values indicated on the data plate (see below).
• The socket is compatible with the plug of the
appliance. If the socket is incompatible with the
plug, ask an authorised technician to replace it. Do
not use extension cords or multiple sockets.
! Once the appliance has been installed, the power
supply cable and the electrical socket must be easily
accessible.
! The cable must not be bent or compressed.
! The cable must be checked regularly and replaced
by authorised technicians only (see Assistance).
! The manufacturer declines any liability should
these safety measures not be observed.
DATA PLATE
Dimensions
width cm 43.5
height cm 32
depth cm 40
Connecting the supply cable to the mains
Volume
lt. 56
Install a standardised plug corresponding to the
load indicated on the data plate (see side).
The appliance must be directly connected to the mains
using an omnipolar circuit-breaker with a minimum
contact opening of 3 mm installed between the
appliance and the mains, suitable for the load indicated
and complying with current electrical regulations (the
earthing wire must not be interrupted by the circuitbreaker). The supply cable must not come into contact
with surfaces with temperatures higher than 50°C.
Electrical
connections
voltage: 240V ~ 50/60 Hz
maximum power absorbed 3000W
ENERGY LABEL
Directive 2002/40/EC on the label
of electric ovens.
Norm EN 50304
Energy consumption for Natural
convection – heating mode:
Traditional mode
Declared energy consumption for
Forced convection Class – heating
mode:
Baking
! The installer must ensure that the correct electrical
connection has been made and that it is compliant
with safety regulations.
Before connecting to the power supply, make sure that:
• The appliance is earthed and the plug is
compliant with the law.
GB
This appliance conforms to the
following European Economic
Community directives:
-2006/95/EEC of 12/12/06 (Low
Voltage) and subsequent
amendments;
- 89/336/EEC of 03/05/89
(Electromagnetic Compatibility) and
subsequent amendments;
- 93/68/EEC of 22/07/93 and
subsequent amendments.
- 2002/96/EC
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Description of the appliance
GB
Overall view
GUIDES for the
sliding racks
Control panel
position 5
GRILL
position
position
position
position
DRIPPING PAN
4
3
2
1
Control panel
SELECTOR
knob
ELECTONIC
Programmer*
THERMOSTAT
indicator light
•• ••
THERMOSTAT
knob
* Only on certain models.
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Start-up and use
! The first time you use your appliance, heat the
empty oven with its door closed at its maximum
temperature for at least half an hour. Ensure that the
room is well ventilated before switching the oven off
and opening the oven door. The appliance may
produce a slightly unpleasant odour caused by the
burning away of protective substances used during
the manufacturing process.
Cooling ventilation
Starting the oven
Oven light
1. Select the desired cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
2. Select the desired temperature with the
THERMOSTAT knob. See the Cooking advice table for
cooking modes and the suggested cooking
temperatures (see Cooking Modes).
3. When lit, the THERMOSTAT indicator light indicates
that the oven is heating up to the temperature set.
4. You may do the following during cooking:
- change the cooking mode by turning the SELECTOR
knob.
- change the temperature by turning the
THERMOSTAT knob.
- stop cooking by turning the SELECTOR knob to the
“0” position.
It goes on when selecting
with the SELECTOR
knob. It stays on when a cooking mode is selected.
GB
In order to cool down the external temperature of the
oven, some models are fitted with a cooling fan that
blows out air between the control panel and the oven
door.
! Once the cooking has been completed, the cooling
fan remains on until the oven has cooled down
sufficiently.
! Never put objects directly on the oven bottom to
avoid damaging the enamel coating.
! Always place cookware on the rack(s) provided.
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Cooking modes
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Cooking modes
! A temperature value can be set for all cooking
modes between 60°C and Max, except for
• BARBECUE (recommended: set only to MAX power
level);
• GRATIN (recommended: do not exceed 200°C).
TRADITIONAL OVEN mode
Both the top and bottom heating elements will come
on. With this traditional cooking mode, it is best to use
one cooking rack only: if more than one rack is used,
the heat will be distributed unevenly.
MULTI-COOKING mode
All the heating elements (top, bottom and circular), as
well as the fan, will come on. Since the heat remains
constant throughout the oven, the air cooks and
browns food uniformly. A maximum of two racks may
be used at the same time.
BARBECUE mode
The top heating element comes on.
The high and direct temperature of the grill is
recommended for food that requires high surface
temperature. Always cook in this mode with the oven
door closed.
GRATIN mode
The top heating element, as well as the fan, will come
on. This combination of features increases the
effectiveness of the unidirectional thermal radiation of
the heating elements through forced circulation of the
air throughout the oven. This helps prevent food from
burning on the surface, allowing the heat to penetrate
right into the food. Always cook in this mode with the
oven door closed.
PIZZA mode
The bottom and circular heating elements, as well as
the fan, will come on. This combination heats the oven
rapidly by producing a considerable amount of heat,
particularly from the bottom element. If you use more
than one rack simultaneously, switch the position of
the dishes halfway through the cooking process.
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BAKING mode
The rear heating element and the fan come on,
guaranteeing the distribution of heat delicately and
uniformly throughout the oven. This mode is ideal for
baking and cooking temperature sensitive foods such
as cakes that need to rise and to prepare certain
tartlets on 3 shelves simultaneously.
Practical cooking advice
! Do not place racks in position 1 and 5 during fanassisted cooking. Excessive direct heat can burn
temperature sensitive foods.
! In the BARBECUE and GRATIN cooking modes,
place the dripping pan in position 1 to collect cooking
residues (fat and/or grease).
MULTI-COOKING
• Use position 2 and 4, placing the food that requires
more heat on 2.
• Place the dripping pan on the bottom and the rack
on top.
BARBECUE
• Insert the rack in position 3 or 4. Place the food in
the centre of the rack.
• We recommend that you set the maximum power
level. The top heating element is regulated by a
thermostat and may not always be on.
PIZZA MODE
• Use a light aluminium pizza pan. Place it on the
rack provided.
For a crispy crust, do not use the dripping pan
(prevents crust from forming by extending cooking
time).
• If the pizza has a lot of toppings, we recommend
adding the mozzarella cheese on top of the pizza
halfway through the cooking process.
Cooking advice table
Cooking
modes
Convection
Oven
Multi-cooking
Barbecue
Gratin
Pizza Mode
Baking Mode
GB
Foods
Duck
Roast veal or beef
Pork roast
Biscuits (short pastry)
Tarts
Pizza (on 2 racks)
Lasagne
Lamb
Roast chicken + potatoes
Mackerel
Plum cake
Cream puffs (on 2 racks)
Biscuits (on 2 racks)
Sponge cake (on 1 rack)
Sponge cake (on 2 racks)
Savoury pies
Soles and cuttlefish
Squid and prawn kebabs
Cod filet
Grilled vegetables
Veal steak
Cutlets
Hamburgers
Mackerels
Toasted sandwiches
Grilled chicken
Cuttlefish
Pizza
Roast veal or beef
Chicken
Tarts
Fruit cakes
Plum cake
Sponge cake
Stuffed pancakes (on 2 racks)
Small cakes (on 2 racks)
Cheese puffs (on 2 racks)
Cream puffs (on 3 racks)
Biscuits (on 3 racks)
Meringues (on 3 racks)
Weight
(in kg)
Rack position
Pre-heating
time (min)
Recommended
temperature
Cooking
time
(minutes)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1+1
1
1
0.5
0.5
0.5
1
1.5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
n.° 4
1.5
1.5
0.5
1
1
0.5
1
0.7
0.5
1.2
0.6
0.4
0.7
0.7
0.5
3
3
3
3
3
2 and 4
3
2
2 and 4
2
2
2 and 4
2 and 4
2
2 and 4
3
4
4
4
3 or 4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
3
2
2 or 3
3
2 or 3
3
3
2 and 4
2 and 4
2 and 4
1 and 3 and 5
1 and 3 and 5
1 and 3 and 5
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
10
15
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
15
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
200
200
200
180
180
230
180
180
200
180
170
190
180
170
170
200
MAX
MAX
MAX
MAX
MAX
MAX
MAX
MAX
MAX
200
200
220
220
180
180
180
180
160
200
190
210
180
180
90
65-75
70-75
70-80
15-20
30-35
15-20
30-35
40-45
60-70
30-35
40-50
20-25
10-15
15-20
20-25
25-30
8-10
6-8
10
10-15
15-20
15-20
7-10
15-20
2-3
55-60
30-35
15-20
25-30
60-70
20-30
40-45
40-50
25-30
30-35
20-25
15-20
20-25
20-25
180
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The electronic cooking
programmer
Programming cooking
GB
A cooking mode must be selected before
programming can take place.
DISPLAY
END OF
COOKING icon
DURATION
icon
•• ••
DECREASE TIME
button
CLOCK icon
Programming the cooking duration
TIMER icon
1. Press the
button several times until the
icon and the three digits on the DISPLAY begin to
flash.
2. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to set the desired
duration; if you press and hold either button, the
display will scroll through the values more quickly,
making it quicker and easier to set the value.
INCREASE TIME
button
SET TIME
button
Setting the clock
The clock may be set when the oven is switched
off or when it is switched on, provided that a the end
time of a cooking cycle has not been programmed
previously.
After the appliance has been connected to the
mains, or after a blackout, the
icon and the four
numerical digits on the DISPLAY will begin to flash.
button several times until the
1. Press the
icon and the four digits on the display begin to
flash.
2. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to adjust the time; if
you press and hold either button, the display will
scroll through the values more quickly, making it
quicker and easier to set the desired value.
3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
to finalise the setting.
button again
Setting the timer
This function does not interrupt cooking and does
not affect the oven; it is simply used to activate the
buzzer when the set amount of time has elapsed.
1. Press the
button several times until the
icon and the three digits on the display begin to
flash.
2. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to set the desired
time; if you press and hold either button, the display
will scroll through the values more quickly, making it
quicker and easier to set the value.
3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
button again
to finalise the setting.
The display will then show the time as it counts
down. When this period of time has elapsed the
buzzer will be activated.
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3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
button again
to finalise the setting.
4. When the set time has elapsed, the text END
appears on the DISPLAY, the oven will stop cooking
and a buzzer sounds.
• For example: it is 9:00 a.m. and a time of 1 hour
and 15 minutes is programmed. The programme
will stop automatically at 10:15 a.m.
Setting the end time for a cooking mode
A cooking duration must be set before the cooking
end time can be scheduled.
1. Follow steps 1 to 3 to set the duration as detailed
above.
2. Next, press the
button until the
icon and
the four digits on the DISPLAY begin to flash.
3. use the “+” and “-” buttons to adjust the cooking
end time; if you press and hold either button, the
display will scroll through the values more quickly,
making it quicker and easier to set the desired
value.
4. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
button again
to finalise the setting.
5. When the set time has elapsed, the text END
appears on the DISPLAY, the oven will stop cooking
and a buzzer sounds.
Programming has been set when the
and
buttons are illuminated. The DISPLAY shows the
cooking end time and the cooking duration
alternately.
Cancelling a programme
To cancel a programme:
• press the
button until the icon corresponding to
the setting you wish to cancel and the digits on the
display are no longer flashing. Press the “-” button
until the digits 00:00 appear on the display.
• Press and hold the “+” and “-” buttons; this will
cancel all the settings selected previously,
including timer settings.
Precautions and tips
! The appliance was designed and manufactured in compliance
with international safety standards. The following warnings are
provided for safety reasons and must be read carefully.
General safety
• The appliance was designed for domestic use inside the home
and is not intended for commercial or industrial use.
• The appliance must not be installed outdoors, even in covered
areas. It is extremely dangerous to leave the appliance
exposed to rain and storms.
• When handling the appliance, always use the handles
provided on the sides of the oven.
• Do not touch the appliance with bare feet or with wet or moist
hands and feet.
• The appliance must be used to cook food by adults only and
according to the instructions in this manual.
• When the appliance is in use, the heating
elements and some parts of the oven door
become extremely hot. Make sure you don't
touch them and keep children well away.
• Ensure that the power supply cable of other electrical
appliances does not come into contact with the hot parts of
the oven.
• The openings used for ventilation and dispersion of heat must
never be covered.
• Always grip the oven door handle in the centre: the ends may
be hot.
• Always use oven gloves to place cookware in the oven or
when removing it.
• Do not use aluminium foil to line the bottom of the oven.
• Do not place flammable materials in the oven: if the appliance
is switched on by mistake, it could catch fire.
• Always make sure the knobs are in the “l”/“¡” position when
the appliance is not in use.
• When unplugging the appliance always pull the plug from the
mains socket, do not pull on the cable.
• Never carry out any cleaning or maintenance work without
having unplugged the plug from the mains.
• In the case of a malfunction, under no circumstances should
you attempt to repair the appliance yourself. Repairs carried
out by inexperienced persons may cause injury or further
malfunctioning of the appliance. Contact a Service Centre
(see Assistance).
GB
• Do not rest heavy objects on the open oven door.
• The appliance should not be operated by people (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capacities,
by inexperienced individuals or by anyone who is not familiar
with the product. These individuals should, at the very least,
be supervised by someone who assumes responsibility for their
safety or receive preliminary instructions relating to the
operation of the appliance.
• Do not let children play with the appliance.
Disposal
• Observe local environmental standards when disposing
packaging material for recycling purposes. Observe existing
legislation when disposing of the old appliance.
• The European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE), requires that old household
electrical appliances must not be disposed of in the normal
unsorted municipal waste stream. Old appliances must be
collected separately in order to optimise the recovery and
recycling of the materials they contain and reduce the impact
on human health and the environment. The crossed out
“wheeled bin” symbol on the product reminds you of your
obligation, that when you dispose of the appliance it must be
separately collected.
Consumers should contact their local authority or retailer for
information concerning the correct disposal of their old
appliance.
Respecting and conserving the
environment
• You can help to reduce the peak load of the electricity
supply network companies by using the oven in the hours
between late afternoon and the early hours of the morning.
The cooking mode programming options, the “delayed
cooking” mode (see Cooking modes) in particular, enable
the user to organise their time efficiently.
• Always keep the oven door closed when using the BARBECUE
and GRATIN modes: to attain best results and to save energy
(approximately 10%).
• Regularly check the door seals and wipe clean to ensure they
are free of debris so that they stick properly to the door and do
not allow heat to disperse.
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Maintenance and care
GB
Switching the appliance off
3. Grip the door on the two
external sides and close it
approximately half way. Then
pull the door towards you
lifting it out of its seat (see
diagram).
To replace the door, reverse
this sequence.
Disconnect your appliance from the electricity
supply before carrying out any work on it.
Cleaning the appliance
Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on
the appliance.
• The stainless-steel or enamel-coated external
parts as well as the rubber seals may be cleaned
using a sponge that has been soaked in
lukewarm water and neutral soap. If these stains
are difficult to remove, use only specialised
products. After cleaning, rinse and dry
thoroughly. Do not use abrasive powders or
corrosive substances.
• Ideally, the inside of the oven should be cleaned
after each use, when it is still lukewarm. Use hot
water and detergent, rinse and dry with a soft
cloth. Do not use abrasive products.
• The accessories can be washed like everyday
crockery (even in your dishwasher).
Inspecting the seals
Check the door seals around the oven periodically. If
the seals are damaged, please contact your nearest
After-sales Service Centre (see Assistance). We
recommend not using the oven until the seals have
been replaced.
Replacing the light bulb
To replace the oven light bulb:
Cleaning the oven door
Clean the glass part of the oven door using a
sponge and a non-abrasive cleaning product, then
dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. Do not use rough
abrasive material or sharp metal scrapers as these
could scratch the surface and cause the glass to
crack.
To clean more thoroughly, you can remove the oven
door.
1. Open the oven door fully
(see diagram)
2. Lift up and turn the small
levers located on the two
hinges (see diagram)
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1. Remove the glass cover of the lamp-holder.
2. Remove the light bulb and replace it with a similar
one: Wattage 25 W, cap E 14.
3. Replace the glass cover (see diagram).
Assistance
Communicating:
• appliance model (Mod.)
• serial number (S/N)
This information is found on the data plate located on
the appliance and/or on the packaging.
GB
11
02/2009 - 195072539.01
XEROX FABRIANO
GB
INDESIT
PRIORITY SERVICE
If you are not completely satisfied with your appliance
or require service call:
Australia
Phone: 1300 815 589
AUSTRALIA
ARISIT PTY LIMITED
40-44 Mark Anthony Drive, Dandenong South,
VIC 3175, Australia
Fax: Service & Sales (03) 9768 0838
Email: consumer.care@arisit.com
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GENUINE ACCESSORIES
& SPARE PARTS
A wide range of genuine
accessories are available for your appliance call:
Australia
Phone: (03) 9768 0888
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