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Hotpoint MD 674 IX HA Setup and user guide
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DAILY REFERENCE
GUIDE
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1. Control panel
2. Identification plate
(do not remove)
3. Door
4. Upper heating element/grill
5. Light
6. Turntable
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CONTROL PANEL
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1. ON / OFF
For switching the oven on and
off and for stopping an active
function.
2. AUTOMATIC
For scrolling through the list of
automatic functions.
3. BACK
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5
6
7
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4. MANUAL
7. CONFIRMATION BUTTON
5. DISPLAY
8. START
For scrolling through the list of
manual functions.
6. NAVIGATION BUTTONS
For changing the settings and
values of a function.
For confirming a selected function
or a set value.
For starting a function.
When the oven is switched off,
activate the “Jet Start” microwave
function.
For returning to the previous
settings menu.
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ACCESSORIES
TURNTABLE
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WIRE SHELF
Placed on its support, the
glass turntable can be used
with all cooking methods.
The turntable must always be
used as a base plate for other
containers and accessories.
This allows you to place food
closer to the grill, for perfectly
browning your dish and for
optimal hot air circulation.
Place the wire shelf on the
turntable, making sure that it
does not come into contact with other surfaces.
TURNTABLE SUPPORT
Only use the support for the glass
turntable. Do not rest other
accessories on the support.
COVER (IF SUPPLIED)
CRISP PLATE
Only for use with the specific
“Crisp Dynamic” function.
The crisp plate must always
be placed in the centre of the
glass turntable and can be
preheated when empty, using the special function
for this purpose only. Place the food directly on the
crisp plate.
Useful for covering containers
during microwave cooking and
heating.
The cover reduces splashes, keeps
foods moist and can also be used
to create two cooking levels.
Not suitable for use with any of the grill functions
(including “Crisp Dynamic”).
HANDLE FOR THE CRISP PLATE
Useful for removing the hot
crisp plate from the oven.
The number of accessories may vary depending on which model is purchased.
Other accessories can be purchased separately from the After-sales Service.
There are a number of accessories available on the
market. Before you buy, ensure they are suitable for
microwave use and resistant to oven temperatures.
Metallic containers for food or drink should never be
used during microwave cooking.
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Always ensure that foods and accessories do not
come into contact with the inside walls of the oven.
Always ensure that the turntable is able to turn freely
before starting the oven. Take care not to unseat
the turntable whilst inserting or removing other
accessories.
FUNCTIONS
drinks.
MICROWAVES
For quickly cooking and reheating food or
POWER
1000 W
800 W
650 W
500 W
350 W
160 W
90 W
RECOMMENDED FOR
Quickly reheating drinks or other
foods with a high water content
Cooking vegetables
Cooking meat and fish
Cooking meaty sauces, or sauces
containing cheese or egg. Finishing
off meat pies or pasta bakes
Slow, gently cooking. Perfect for
melting butter or chocolate
Defrosting frozen foods or softening
butter and cheese
Softening ice cream
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AUTOMATIC FUNCTIONS
With the automatic functions, simply select the type and
weight or quantity of food to achieve the best results. The
oven will automatically calculate the optimum settings and
continue to change them as cooking progresses.
DEFROST DYNAMIC
For quickly defrosting various
different types of food simply by specifying their
weight.
Food should be placed directly onto the glass
turntable. Turn the food when prompted.
DEFRO
CATEGORY
RECOMMENDED FOODS
MEAT
(mince, cutlets, steaks, roasting
joints)
POULTRY
(whole chicken, pieces, fillets)
FISH
(whole, steaks, fillets)
Recommended accessory: cover
VEGETABLES
(mixed vegetables, peas,
broccoli, etc.)
CRISP DYNAMIC
For perfectly browning a dish, both on the
top and bottom of the food. This function must only
be used with the special crisp plate.
Required accessories: Crisp plate, handle for the Crisp
plate
BREAD
(loaves, buns, rolls)
WEIGHT
100 g - 2 kg
100 g - 2.5 kg
100 g - 1.5 kg
100 g - 1.5 kg
100 g - 1 kg
REHEAT DYNAMIC
For reheating ready-made food
that is either frozen or at room temperature.
The oven automatically calculates the settings
required to achieve the best results in the shortest
amount of time. Place food on a microwave-safe and
heatproof dinner plate or dish.
REHEA
GRILL
For browning, grilling and gratins. We
recommend turning the food during cooking.
For best results, preheat the grill for 3-5 minutes.
Recommended accessory: wire shelf
GRILL + MICROWAVES
For quickly cooking and gratinating dishes,
combining the microwave and grill functions.
CATEGORY
FOOD
WEIGHT
CONVENIENCE
250 - 500g
*
FROZEN PORTION
250 - 500 g
*
FROZEN LASAGNA
250 - 500 g
SOUPS
200 - 800 g
BEVERAGES
1 - 5 dl
Recommended accessory: wire shelf
SETTINGS
For changing the oven settings
(language, clock, audible signal volume, brightness,
Eco mode).
SETTI
Please note: When Eco mode is active, the brightness of the
display will be reduced after a few seconds to save energy.
The display is reactivated automatically whenever any of
the buttons are pressed, etc.
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CRISP DYNAMIC
For quickly reheating and cooking
frozen foods and giving them a golden, crunchy top.
Only use this function with the crisp plate provided.
Turn the food when prompted.
CRISP
CATEGORY
FOOD
WEIGHT
COOK DYNAMIC
For oven-cooking foods quickly
and achieving optimal results. Use cookware
that is suitable for oven cooking and resistant to
microwaves.
COOK
CATEGORY
BAKED POTATOES
FRENCH FRIES
(Turn when prompted)
(spread out in a single layer and 200 - 500 g
sprinkle with salt before cooking)
PIZZA, THIN CRUST
200 - 600 g
PIZZA, THICK CRUST
300 - 800 g
CHICKEN WINGS, CHICKEN
PIECES
(Lightly oil the plate)
FISH FINGERS
(Crisp plate must be preheated)
200 - 500 g
FOOD
FRESH VEGETABLES
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WEIGHT
200g - 1kg
(Cut uniformly and add 2 to 4
tablespoons of water. Cover)
200 - 800 g
FROZEN VEGETABLES (Turn
when prompted. Cover)
200 - 800 g
CANNED VEGETABLES
200 - 600 g
POPCORN
100 g
100 - 500 g
Required accessories: Crisp plate, handle for the Crisp
plate
USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
1. SELECT THE LANGUAGE
You will need to set the language and the time when
you switch on the appliance for the first time: the
word “ENGLISH” will scroll on the display: Turn the
adjustment knob to scroll through the list of available
languages and select the one you require.
Use or to scroll through the list of available
languages and select the one you require.
to confirm your selection.
Press
Please note: The language can subsequently be changed
from the “Settings” menu.
2. SET THE TIME
After selecting the language, you will need to set the
current time: The two digits for the hour will flash on
the display.
Use or to set the correct hour and press
to
confirm: The two digits for the minutes will flash on
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the display.
Use or
confirm.
to set the minutes and press
to
Please note: You may need to set the time again following
lengthy power outages.
When the oven is activated for the first tim , or following
a prolonged power outage, check to make sure that the
oven's door is closed, and then proceed to set the time and
language.
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DAILY USE
1. SELECT A FUNCTION
Press
to switch on the oven, then use
or
to access the menus for the manual and automatic
functions.
or
To scroll through the menu, keep pressing
until the function you require is shown on the
display: The display will show the icon for the function
and the basic settings for it that you can change.
2. SET THE FUNCTION
After having selected the function you require, you
can change its settings.
The display will show the settings that can be
changed in sequence.
When a setting is flashing on the display,
to confirm and
use or change it, then press
continue to alter the settings that follow (if possible).
Please note: pressing
previous value again.
allows the user to modify the
3. ACTIVATE THE FUNCTION
Once you have applied the settings you require, press
to activate the function.
PRESS
You can press at any time to pause the function
that is currently active.
. SAFETY LOCK
This function is automatically activated to prevent the
oven from being switched on accidentally.
DOOR
Open and close the door, then press
function.
.PAUSE
To pause an active function, for example to stir or
turn the food, simply open the door.
To resume the cooking process, close the door and
press .
. JET START
With the oven off, press to activate the microwave
cooking function at maximum power (1000W) for 30
seconds.
Every time the button is pressed again, the cooking
time will be increased by a further 30 seconds.
AUTOMATIC FUNCTIONS
CATEGORIES
When using certain automatic functions, you will
need to select a category for the food you are cooking
in order to achieve the best results.
The reference category corresponds to the number
indicated at the top right of the display.
Refer to the table containing descriptions of the
functions for information on all of the categories.
FOOD
g
Once you have selected the category, most of the
automatic functions will also require you to enter the
weight of the food.
DEGREE OF DONENESS
Most of the automatic functions will prompt you to
select how well done (minimum, low, medium, high,
maximum) you require the food to be.
The degree of doneness can only be altered during
the first 20 seconds of operation after activating the
function: Activate the function and then press
or to select the setting you require.
MID
ACTIONS (STIRRING OR TURNING FOOD)
Certain automatic functions require you to turn or stir
the food, for example, and will pause in order for you
to do so.
TURN
to start the
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Once the oven has paused cooking, open the door
and carry out the action you are prompted to perform
before
closing the door again and pressing to continue
with cooking.
Please note: When using the “Dynamic defrost” function, the
function will start again automatically after two minutes,
even if you have not turned or stirred the food.
. TIMER
When the oven is switched off, the display can be
used as a timer. To activate the function and set the
length of time you require, press or
Press
to activate the timer: An audible signal will
sound and the display will indicate once the timer has
finished counting down the selected time.
Please note: The timer does not activate any of the cooking
cycles.
To change the time set for the timer, press or ; to pause
it and go back to viewing the current time, press
.
Once the timer has been activated, you can activate
a function as well: The timer will continue to count
down the selected time automatically without having
any effect on the function.
To return to the timer, wait for the function to
complete or else turn off the oven by pressing
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. SETTINGS
To change the oven settings, keep pressing
until
“SETTINGS” appears on the display and then press
to access the menu.
Use or to scroll through the menu and press
to access the setting you would like to change.
to
Use or to change the setting and press
confirm.
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COOKING TABLE
FOOD
FUNCTION POWER (W)
TIME
(MIN)
Sponge cake
-
7 - 15
Fruit pie
-
12 - 20
Cookies
-
4-6
Savoury pies or Quiche Lorraine
(1 - 1.2 kg)
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18 - 25
800
4-7
Lasagna/pasta bake
350 - 500
15 - 25
Frozen lasagna (500 - 700 g)
500 - 800
14 - 20
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10 - 12
500
10 - 15
Poultry (whole, 800 g - 1.5 kg)
350 - 500
30 - 45 *
Chicken fillets or pieces
350 - 500
10 -17
Roasts (800 g - 1.2 kg)
350 - 500
25 - 40 *
Sausages/kebabs
-
20 - 40 *
Sausages/hamburgers
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6 - 16 *
Fish (slices or fillets)
160 - 350
15 - 20 *
Whole fish (800 g - 1.2 kg)
160 - 350
20-30 *
Baked potatoes (600 g - 1 kg)
350 - 500
30 - 50 *
Potato wedges (500 g - 800 g)
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20-30
160 -350
15 -25
Ready-made meals (250 - 500 g)
Pizza (400 - 500 g)
Meat (chops, steaks)
Baked apples
* Turn the food halfway through cooking
** Preheat the crisp plate for 3-5 minutes
Crisp
ACCESSORIES
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-
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Grill
Grill + Microwaves
FUNCTIONS
ACCESSORIES
Heatproof plate/container suitable for use
in microwaves
Rack
Crisp plate
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CLEANING
Make sure that the oven has cooled down before
carrying out any maintenance or cleaning.
Do not use steam cleaners.
INTERIOR AND 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.
• Clean the door glass with a suitable liquid detergent.
• At regular intervals or in case of spills, remove the
turntable and its support to clean the bottom of the
oven, removing all food residue.
• The grill does not need to be cleaned as the intense
heat burns away any dirt: Use this function on a
regular basis.
Do not use wire wool, abrasive scourers or
abrasive/corrosive cleaning agents, as these
could damage the surfaces of the appliance.
ACCESSORIES
All accessories are dishwasher safe with the exception
of the crisp plate.
The crisp plate should be cleaned using water and
a mild detergent. For stubborn dirt, rub gently with
a cloth. Always leave the crisp plate to cool down
before cleaning.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The oven does not work
Power cut
Disconnection from the
mains
Verify that the mains power supply is
functioning and that the oven is connected to
the electrical outlet
Turn off the oven and restart it to see if the
fault persists.
The oven makes noise, even
when off
Cooling fan
active
Open the door or wait until the cooling
process has finished.
“Err” is shown on the display
Software error
Contact you nearest After-sales Service Centre
and state the letter or number that follows “Err”.
PRODUCT FICHE
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CONTACTING OUR AFTER-SALES SERVICE
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Service, please state the codes
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