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Aeg KDE911424M User Manual
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USER
MANUAL
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User Manual
Warming Drawer
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CONTENTS
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SAFETY INFORMATION ............................................................................ 3
APPLIANCE DESCRIPTION ...................................................................... 8
USE ............................................................................................................. 9
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ............................................................ 11
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF THE WARMING DRAWER DOESN’T WORK?12
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................ 12
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION .......................................................... 13
DESIGNED FOR YOU
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decades of professional experience and innovation. Ingenious and stylish, it has been
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
We recommend the use of original spare parts.
When contacting Service, ensure that you have the following data available.
The information can be found on the appliance dataplate. Model, PCN, Serial Number.
Warning / Caution - Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information.
Subject to change without notice.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Carefully read the instructions before installing and using
the equipment. The manufacturer is not liable for
property damage or personal injury resulting from
improper installation and use of the equipment. Always
keep the instructions at hand, so they can be easily
referred to during use. This appliance complies with
applicable safety standards. Improper use of the
appliance may put users, bystanders and property at
risk.
1.1
Safety of children and vulnerable adults
WARNING!
Risk of suffocation, injury or permanent disability.
• This appliance may be used by children aged 8 years
and over and persons with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge as long as they are given supervision or
instructions concerning how to use the appliance in a
safe way and understand the hazards involved.
• Children should not play with the appliance. Keep
children under the age of three away from the
appliance.
• Keep packaging materials out of reach of children.
• Keep children and pets away from the appliance
during operation or cooling. The accessible parts are
red hot.
• Cleaning and maintenance should not be performed
by unsupervised children.
• Keep the appliance and its cable out of reach of
children under the age of eight.
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1.2 General safety warnings
During use, the appliance becomes hot. Care should be
taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the
device. Always use oven gloves to insert or remove
accessories or oven-proof cookware.
• Depending on temperature selected and the operating
time, the temperature inside the appliance may reach
80°C. When taking crockery out of the crockery
warmer, protect your hands using oven gloves or a tea
towel.
• Do not sit or hang on the drawer – the telescopic
runners would be damaged. The maximum load
capacity of the drawer is 15 kg.
• Do not store synthetic containers or flammable objects
inside the crockery warmer. When you switch on the
appliance such containers and objects may melt or
catch fire. Fire hazard!
• Do not use the appliance as a space heater. The high
temperatures reached could cause flammable objects
close to the appliance to catch fire.
• When you stop using the appliance at the end of its
working life, disconnect it from the power supply and
render the electrical cable unusable so that it is not a
hazard to children, for example.
1.3 Installation
• Refer to the installation instructions supplied
separately.
• The installation must ensure protection against direct
contact with live parts.
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• The electric system must be equipped with an isolation
switch providing all-pole contact separation which
provides for full disconnection under overvoltage
category III.
• A plug must be used for the electrical connection; this
must remain accessible after installation.
•
Warning! Before connecting the appliance, compare
the power supply data (voltage and frequency)
indicated on the data plate with those of the mains
supply. If these data do not match there may be
problems. In case of doubt, contact an electrician.
•
Warning! If the appliance is to be connected without
using a plug (hard-wired), the appliance must be
installed and connected by a technician. Contact a
qualified electrician who will perform the work in
accordance with electrical code and comply with all
provisions of this manual. The manufacturer cannot be
held responsible for damage resulting from installation
or connection errors.
•
Warning! The electrical safety of the appliance can
only be guaranteed if it is properly earthed. The
manufacturer cannot be held responsible for damage
resulting from the absence of or defects in the
installation’s protective earthing system (e.g. electrical
shock).
•
Warning! Only use the appliance once it has been
fully installed. Only full and final installation within the
kitchen unit carcase can ensure that there is no risk of
contact with live parts.
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•
WARNING! Never open the appliance’s structure.
Potential contact with live parts or any modifications to
the electrical and mechanical structure can lead to
hazardous situations for users and compromise
correct operation of the appliance.
1.4 Cleaning
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or metal
scrapers/scourers to clean the device since they can
scratch the surface.
• Do not use steam cleaners to clean the appliance.
• Do not use high pressure or steam jet cleaning
devices. The steam may affect electrical components
and cause a short circuit. The steam pressure may
also cause damage to the appliance’s surface and
components in the long time.
1.5 Repairs
• If the appliance’s power supply cable is damaged, it
must be replaced by the manufacturer, by an
authorised technician or by a qualified electrician in
order to negate any potential hazards.
•
Warning! The appliance must be isolated from the
electricity supply when installation and repair work is
being performed. To disconnect the appliance from the
current, one of the following conditions must be met:
- The relevant fuses / circuit breakers at the
switchboard must be disconnected.
- The plug should be removed from the socket. To
remove the plug from the socket do not pull on the
electric cable but rather pull out the plug itself
directly.
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Warning! Repairs and maintenance, especially of
live components, must only be performed by
technicians authorised by the manufacturer. The
manufacturer and retailer do not accept responsibility
for any injury to people or animals or damage to
personal property as a result of repairs and
maintenance carried out by non-authorised personnel.
•
Warning! Repairs undertaken during the warranty
period must only be performed by technicians
authorised by the manufacturer. If this is not the case
then any damage resulting from the repair in question
shall be excluded from the guarantee.
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APPLIANCE DESCRIPTION
2.1
Main components
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On/Off switch and light
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Thermostat
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Non-slip base
2.2
Front panel with push-push
mechanism or handle
Support rack (depending on the
model)
How the warming drawer works
This appliance is equipped with a warm
air circulation system. A fan distributes
the heat generated by an electrical
heating element throughout the interior of
the appliance.
The thermostat allows the user to set and
control the temperature for the crockery.
The circulating hot air that is generated
heats up the crockery quickly and evenly.
A protective grille prevents accidental
contact with the heating element and fan.
The base of the drawer is covered with
non-slip material to stop dishes from
moving when the drawer is opened or
closed.
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USE
3.1
Before First Use
Before using the appliance for the first
time you should clean the interior
and the exterior, following the cleaning
instructions given in the section “Cleaning
and maintenance”.
Remove the non-slip base.
Then heat the warming drawer for at least
2 hours. To do this, turn the temperature
control to the maximum position (see
section “Selecting temperature”).
Make sure the kitchen is well-ventilated
when you are doing this.
The appliance’s parts are treated with a
special product. This may cause an
unpleasant odour to be released during
this initial heating. Both the odour and
any fumes that may form will disappear
after a short time and neither signifies
that there is anything wrong with the
connection or the appliance.
3.2
Control panel
The control panel has a selector and an
on/off switch. The control panel is only
visible when the drawer is open.
3.3
Using the warming drawer
To use the warming drawer, proceed as
follows:
• Place the crockery in the drawer.
• Do not arrange plates vertically in front
of the ventilation slots.
The warm air would not be able to fully
escape from the slots. This would lead
to uneven heating of crockery.
• Select the desired function by turning
the thermostat knob to the
corresponding position.
• Switch on the appliance by pressing the
switch; the corresponding light will
come on.
• Close the drawer.
Be careful not to use too much force
when closing the drawer since it may
open up again. Before taking out the
warm crockery you must switch off the
warming drawer by pressing the switch
again.
3.4
Function Selection
The thermostat knob allows you to select
temperatures between 30 and 80°C.
Do not force the thermostat knob to the
left beyond the "0" position, or to the right
beyond the maximum temperature, as
this could damage it.
As soon as the selected temperature is
reached, the heating element will turn off.
When the temperature drops back below
the selected value, the heating element
will turn on again.
The temperature scale is marked with
absolute temperatures in °C and also has
symbols which correspond to the
optimum temperatures for groups of
crockery:
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Symbol
°C (*)
Function
Warning
30°C
Defrosting.
Dough proving.
Yoghurt fermentation.
Cover the dough.
Cover the tub.
45°C
Warming cups and glasses.
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60°C
Warming dinner plates.
Reheating delicate foodstuffs.
Preheat the dish.
70°C
Keeping foodstuffs warm.
Preheat the dish and
cover the food.
80°C
Reheating foodstuffs.
Preheat the dish.
* The temperatures refer to the drawer when empty and closed.
3.5
Heating times
Various factors affect heating times:
• The material and thickness of the
crockery
• Load size
• How the crockery is arranged
• Temperature setting
• Repeated opening and closing of the
drawer
It is therefore not possible to give precise
heating times.
As you use the warming drawer regularly,
you will learn the best settings for your
crockery.
Suggestions for the “keep warm” and
“reheat” function:
Preheat the warming drawer for 15
minutes to ensure it is at the required
internal temperature.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Cleaning is the only maintenance activity
that is generally required.
WARNING!
The warming drawer must be
disconnected from the power supply
before cleaning. Unplug the device from
the socket or isolate its power supply
circuit.
Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning
products, scouring pads/sponges or
sharp objects, since this could cause
stains or scratches.
Never use high pressure or steam jet
cleaning appliances.
4.1
Appliance front and
control panel
The warming drawer can be cleaned
using just a damp cloth. If it is very dirty,
add few drops of washing-up liquid to the
water.
Wipe the surfaces dry using a dry cloth.
For stainless-steel fronted warming
drawers, special products for stainlesssteel surfaces can be used.
These products prevent the build-up of
dirt on such surfaces. Apply a thin layer
of this product on the surface using a soft
cloth.
On aluminium fronted warming drawers,
use a delicate glass cleaning product and
a soft, lint-free cloth. Wipe horizontally
without applying.
4.2
Interior of the warming
drawer
Clean the interior of the warming drawer
regularly using a damp cloth. If it is very
dirty, add few drops of washing-up liquid
to the water.
Wipe the surfaces dry using a dry cloth.
Avoid water entering the air circulation
opening.
Only use the warming drawer again when
it is completely dry.
Non-slip base
The non-slip surface mat can be removed
to facilitate cleaning of the drawer.
The mat can be cleaned by hand using
hot water with a few drops of washing-up
liquid. Dry thoroughly.
The non-slip mat should only be replaced
when it is completely dry.
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WHAT SHOULD I DO IF THE WARMING DRAWER
DOESN’T WORK?
WARNING!
Any repairs must only be performed by a
specialised technician. Any repair
performed by a person not authorised by
the manufacturer is potentially
dangerous.
However, the following faults can be
resolved by the user without calling
Technical Assistance.
Before contacting Technical Assistance,
check on the following:
• The crockery does not warm up
sufficiently. Check whether:
− The appliance is on
− The appropriate temperature has
been selected
− The air circulation orifices are blocked
by the crockery
− The crockery was left to warm up for
sufficient time
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• Heating time depends on several
factors, such as, for example:
− The material and thickness of the
crockery
− Load size
− How the crockery is arranged
• The crockery does not heat up at all.
Check whether:
− You can hear the noise of the fan If
the fan is running, this means that the
heating element is defective. If the
fan is not running, this means that it is
faulty
− The fuse has blown or the circuit
breaker has tripped
• The crockery is too hot:
− The temperature selector is not
working
• The on/off switch does not light up:
− The switch indicator light has blown
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
6.1
Before installation
Check that the supply voltage indicated
on the data plate is the same as that
provided by the power socket you plan to
use.
Open the drawer, take out all the
accessories and remove the packaging
material
WARNING!
The front surface of the warming drawer
may be covered in a protective film.
Carefully remove this film before using
the warming drawer for the first time.
Ensure that the warming drawer is not
damaged in any way. Check that the
drawer opens and closes correctly. If
damage is encountered, inform
Technical Assistance.
WARNING:
The power socket should be easily
accessible after the warming drawer has
been installed.
The warming drawer should only be
installed in combination with the
appliances specified by the
manufacturer. If it is fitted in combination
with other appliances, the guarantee will
be void since it is impossible to
guarantee that the warming drawer will
work correctly.
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6.2
Installation
Refer to the installation instructions
supplied separately.
Installing the warming drawer in
combination with another appliance
requires be a fixed intermediate shelf in
the carcase to support the weight of both
appliances.
The appliance to be installed in
combination with the warming drawer will
be installed directly on top of it.
Follow the instructions given in the
corresponding instruction and installation
booklet for installation of the combined
appliance.
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WARNING:
The warming drawer must be earthed.
If the appliance flex requires
replacement, contact Technical
Assistance or an authorised service
centre, as specialised tools are required.
The manufacturer and retailer do not
accept responsibility for any injury to
people or animals or damage to personal
property as a result of failure to follow the
supplied installation instructions.
Electrical connection
Electrical installation must be performed
by a qualified electrician.
Before connecting the warming drawer to
the mains electricity supply, check that
the voltage and frequency of the mains
supply matches that shown on the data
plate inside the appliance.
The electrical connection should be
made via an omnipolar switch rated for
the current capacity with minimum 3 mm
contact separation, in order to provide
isolation in emergencies or when
cleaning the warming drawer.
The connection must be suitably earthed.
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Recycle materials with the
following symbol.
Place the packaging in the
corresponding containers for recycling.
Help protect the environment and human
health and to recycle waste from
electrical and electronic appliances.
Do not dispose of appliances
marked with the following symbol
with general household waste.
Take the product to your local recycling
facility or contact your local council.
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