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Euromaid EGE9TBK 900mm Matte Black Freestanding cooker User Manual
User Manual
900mm Dual Fuel Upright
Stainless / Black
EGE9TS/EGE9TBK
EG90S 900mm Dual Fuel Upright Page i
Dear Customer:
Thank you for choosing our product.
This appliance is easy to use; please read this manual carefully before installing and using the
appliance. The correct indications in the manual are for the best installation, use and care of the
appliance.
You will find that the clean lines and modern look of your oven blends in perfectly with your
kitchen decor. The oven is easy to use and performs to a high standard.
We also make a range of products that will enhance your kitchen - such as cook tops, Range
hoods, built- in hobs, built- in ceramic hobs and built- in ovens. These are models to complement
your new oven.
We make every effort to ensure that our products meet all your requirements. Our customer
relations department is at your disposal to answer all your questions and to listen to all your
suggestions.
Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase.
Also please retain all documents related to the purchase of the product.
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Index
Caution
Page. 4 - 5
Installation instructions:
• Clearances
• Anti Tilt chains
• Gas connection test
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Page. 6
Page. 7 - 8
Page. 9
Electrical Connection
• Ventilation and gas connection
• Adaptation to different types of gas
• Setting the minimum flame
• Burner and injector characteristic table
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Page. 11
Page. 12
Instructions for use
• Description of the main parts of the appliance
• Ignition and operation of the burners
• Recommendations
• Oven function
• Electronic programmer
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Page. 14
Page. 15 - 16
Instructions for cooking
Page. 17 - 19
Maintenance and cleaning
Page. 19 - 20
Warranty
Page. 21
Notes
Page. 22 - 23
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CAUTIONS
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This appliance must be installed by an authorised person in accordance with this instruction
manual, AS/NZS 5601.1
Gas installations (installation and pipe sizing), local gas fitting regulations, local electrical
regulations, Building Code of Australia and any other government authority.
Very important: keep this instruction booklet with the appliance for handy references
This appliance is designed for use in private home. Please be aware that the front accessory
could be hot to touch.
This appliance is not intended for use by young children .
Don't touch the heating elements inside the oven.
When the grill is on all the accessible elements are hot, hence, keep children away from these
elements.
This appliance shall be installed only by authorised persons and in accordance with the
manufacturer's installation instructions, local gas fitting regulations, municipal building codes
electrical wiring, regulations,and local water supply regulations.
Before switching the appliance on check that it is correctly regulated for the type of gas available
(see relevant section).
Do not use jet of steam for cleaning.
Before maintenance or cleaning, disconnect the appliance from the mains and wait for it to cool
down. When the burners are lit check that the flame is always regular. Before removing the
saucepans turn the burners off.
Servicing should be carried out only by authorised personnel.
The use of a gas appliance produces heat and humidity in the room.
Make sure that the room is well ventilated, keeping the natural ventilation outlets open or
installing a ventilation hood with rain duct. If a gas appliance is used for a long time it may require
extra ventilation (opening a window or increase the volume of exhaust).
Never line the oven with aluminum sheets as the slots preset for keeping fast the thermionic
exchange may clog, thus damaging the enamel.
Be careful not to place saucepans with unstable or deformed bottoms on the burners to avoid
overturning or spilling.
If the mains of a burner is turned off accidentally, turn off the control knob. Only light the burner
again after waiting at least a minute.
Before using the oven, we suggest to:
o Remove all the special film covering the oven door glass (when provided)
o Heat the empty oven at max. Temperature for 45 minutes (to remove unpleasant smell
and smoke caused by working residues and by the thermal insulation)
o Carefully clean inside the oven with soapy water and rinse it .
For any repairs always contact an authorised Technical Customer Service Centre and ask for
original spare parts. Repairs by untrained people can lead to damage.
Keep packaging out of reach of children at all times.
Always use oven gloves to remove and replace food in the oven.
Ensure that you support the grill pan when removing it from the oven.
Don't let children sit down or play with the oven door.
Do not use the drop down door as a stool to reach cabinets above.
Do not remove the plug by pulling the cable.
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION. l
DO NOT STORE OR USE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS OR ITEMS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE.
WHERE THIS APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED IN MARINE CRAFT OR IN CARAVANS, IT SHALL NOT BE
USED AS A SPACE HEATER .
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WARNING: In order to prevent tipping of the appliance, this stabilizing means must be installed.
Refer to the instructions for installation.
During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements
inside the oven.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away.
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical,sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
• In the event of burner flames being accidentally extinguished,turn off the burner control and
do not attempt to re-ignite the burner for at least 1 min.
DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE
DO NOT PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE
Not suitable for use with after-market lids or covers.
This electric appliance complies
with the following directives:
• 89/336/EEC (electromagnetic
compatibility)
• 89/109/EEC (foodstuffs)
• 73/23/EEC + 93/68/EEC (low
voltage)
• 2009/142/EC ( Gas Appliance
Directive)
Warning:
Never use the storage drawer set at the bottom of the range to store flammable substances or matters that
cannot withstand heat such as: Wood, paper, spray cans, rags, etc.
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Installation Instructions
This appliance is suitable for connection with rigid pipe or flexible hose. The isolating manual shut-off valve connection point
must be accessible when the appliance is installed. Gas inlet is located at the top rear, right OR left hand side, 50mm from the
side edge. Overall dimensions 900mm wide, 600mm deep and 900mm high.
Natural Gas: the supplied regulator must be fitted to the appliance inlet connection. Gas pressure must be adjusted to 1.0 kPa
when approximately 50% of the burners are on high flame, the appliance test point is located on the regulator.
LPG: the supplied test point adaptor must be fitted to the appliance inlet connection. Gas pressure must be adjusted to 2.75
kPa, the appliance test point is located on the test point adaptor. Alternative refer to page 9 for LPG test point.
Suitable for connection with a flexible hose assembly. The flexible hose assembly must be certified to AS/NZS 1869 class B or
D, be of appropriate internal diameter for the total gas consumption, be kept as short as possible (not exceeding 1200mm),
and must not be in contact with the floor or any hot or sharp surfaces. The hose assembly must not be subject to strain,
abrasion, kinking or deformation.
Anti tilt chains are located at the rear of the appliance and must be secured to the wall behind the appliance to prevent
accidental tipping/tilting. The chain length must be as short as practicable to avoid appliance tilting forward and also diagonal
to avoid appliance moving sideways.
NOTE: PLEASE REFER TO PAGES 7 & 8 FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS ON INSTALLTION OF ANTI-TILT CHAINS.
Gas leakage and operation of the appliance must be tested by the installer before leaving. Check all burner flames are blue in
colour, stable and completely ignite at both high and low flame settings with no appreciable yellow tipping, carbon deposition,
lifting, floating, lighting back or objectionable odour. Test burners individually and in combination.
Where the data plate is obscured by cabinetry when the cooker is in the installed position, place the supplied duplicate data
plate to a suitable adjacent surface or within the instruction manual for future reference.
THE MANUFACTURER DECLINES ANY AND ALL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR DAMAGES TO THINGS OR INJURIES TO
PERSONS OR ANIMALS DERIVING FROM INCORRECT INSTALLATION OR USE OF THE EQUIPMENT.
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Left Side of oven, chain
not attached
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Figure 1.
Incorrect Installation
Some installations only have a single chain affixed. Both Chains must be fixed
as part of the installers compliance. Failure to fix both chains will make the
installation non compliant.
Putting the chain into the adjacent cabinet is the preferred method provided
there is no slackness in the chain..
The photographs on this page are of one
single kind of incorrect installation
(although there are many) which does not
have the chains sufficiently secured, figure
1. shows an example of how far forward an
oven can tip when not secured properly.
Note: Correct installation is part of the
installers compliance.
Incorrect Installation
Chains are provided as a preventative
measure against accidental tipping.
These chains must be fitted as part of
the installers compliance. Failure for
your installer to fit chains in accordance
with the relevant installation code will
make the installation of your upright
cooker non compliant and classed as an
illegal installation.
Accidental Tipping
Loose Chain
Hole in cabinet too large,
Allowing the upright oven to tilt
forward
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Chain fixed in
two locations
Hole and
Chain Level.
Left Side
Installation forms part of the installers compliance and that are in line with
regulations. Chains are designed to be installed to prevent cooker from tilting.
They are not designed to replace parental supervision when the cooker is in use.
At this point the oven will be secured in location and will not move forward at all, It is
recommended that all upright oven chains be fitted in this way.
The chains then need to be pulled as tight as possible from inside the cabinet while at
the same time being fixed to the rear of the cabinet using a self drilling wood screw. It is
better to have the screw fixed closer to the hole for better support. The left and right
side examples shown have two extra screws attached to the chain which makes the
installation neater by keeping the chain off the shelf away from the gas and electricity
supply, they will also provide added support.
Once the holes have been drilled the chains can be fed through and the upright can be
fitted into position.
The right side has been drilled much the same,, a new hole has been drilled below
the gas and power supply hole.
On the left side of the oven a 16mm drill bit was used to drill through the cabinetry into the
adjacent cabinet, as you can see the hole has not been drilled hard up against the wall
because there is a 16mm board at the rear of the cabinet. The height of the hole from the
floor is level with where the chain attaches to the oven.
In order to prevent the oven from tipping forward as shown on the previous page, we need
to make sure both chains provided with the oven are used.
Correct Chain Installation
Chain fixed in two
locations.
Right Side
Natural Gas (the appliance test point is located at the regulator)
The supplied regulator must be fitted to the appliance inlet connection. Gas pressure must
be adjusted to 1.0 kPa when approximately 50% of the burners are on high flame.
1 Test point location
2 Gas inlet pipe
3 Elbow
4 Regulator
Universal LPG (the appliance test point is located at the injector)
Gas pressure must be checked to confirm the appliance operating pressure is 2.75 kPa, the
appliance test point is the rapid burner injector as shown below.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Light the auxiliary burner and set to high flame. Ensure all other burners are off.
3. Zero manometer, then apply flexible tubing to seal over the Rapid burner injector, hold securely in place
and check the gas pressure by pressing in the corresponding burner control knob in, then turning to high
flame position.
4. If the pressure is 2.75 kPa, reassemble the burner and perform the final checks as per this instruction
manual.
5. If the pressure is not 2.75 kPa, disconnect the appliance and check/adjust/replace the LPG cylinder
regulator(s) as appropriate in accordance with AS/NZS 5601
Patent 2015101170. For enquires contact Gas Approval Consulting Pty Ltd
licence 029 for GSCS20268
Patent 2015101170. For enquires contact Gas Approval Consulting Pty Ltd
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The appliance is fitted with an approved 15 Amp flexible cord and plug which must be connected to a
correctly earthed socket outlet. The manufacturer is not liable for any direct or indirect damage caused by
faulty installation or connection. It is therefore necessary that all installation and connection operations are
carried out by qualified personnel complying with the local and general regulations in force.
The wire section on the cable must not be less
than 1.5mm (3×1.5cable).Use only the special
cables available at our service centers.
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CONNECTION OF THE FEEDING CABLE TO THE MAINS
Connect the feeding cable to a plug suitable for the load indicated on the rating plate of the product. In case
of a direct connection to the mains (cable without plug), it is necessary to insert a suitable omni polar switch
before the appliance, with minimum opening between contacts of 3 mm (the grounding wire should not be
interrupted by the switch). Before connecting to the mains, make sure that:
• The electrical counter, the safety valve, the feeding line and the socket are
adequate to with stand the maximum load required (see rating plate).
• The supply system is regularly grounded, according to the regulations in
force. The socket or the omni polar switch can easily be reached after the
installation of the oven.
• After carrying out the connection to the mains, check that the supplying
cable does not come into contact with parts subject to heating.
• Never use reductions, shunts, adaptors which can cause overheating or
burning.
The manufacturer is not liable for any direct or indirect damage caused by faulty installation or connection. It
is therefore necessary that all installation and connection operations are carried out by qualified personnel
complying with the local and general regulations in force.
Electrical features
• Oven light
• Spit motor
• Upper heating element
• Bottom heating element
• Grill heating element
• Circular heating element
• Ventilator motor
• Cooling fan
2 x 25W
4W
2200W
1800W
2900W
2 x 1600W
2 x 30W
11W
VENTILATION AND GAS CONNECTION
Refer to AS5601, in general the appliance should have adequate ventilation for complete combustion of gas,
proper flueing and to maintain temperature of immediate surroundings within safe limits.
ADAPTATION TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF GAS
The appliance is factory set for Natural gas. The test point pressure should be adjusted to 1.0 kPa with
50% of the burners operating at maximum.
The appliance is set up to operate with the gas specified on the gas type label placed on the back of the
appliance.
To perform these operations the qualified installer will follow the indications given in the "Adaptation to the
various types of gas" section. For safer operation make sure that the supply pressure respects the values given
in the "Table of burner and injector characteristics".
If installing for use with LPG , ensure a gas regulator suitable for a supply pressure of
2.75 kPa is part of the
gas cylinder supply and the test point pressure is 2.75 kPa
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When satisfied with the operation of the cooker, please instruct the user on the
correct method of operation. In case the appliance fails to operate correctly after all checks have
been carried out, refer to the authorised service provider in your area.
To adapt the appliance to a gas different from that for which it was set up (see gas type label inside
the warming compartment door) proceed as follows:
• remove the grids
• remove the burners caps and burner heads
• with a 7 mm socket spanner unscrew and remove the injectors.
• replace the injectors with those supplied corresponding to the gas
available (see burner and injector characteristics Table)
• replace the various parts proceeding in reverse.
When converting from Natural Gas to LPG ensure that the NG regulator is removed and replaced with the
Test Point Adaptor. A gas regulator suitable for a supply pressure of should be part of the gas cylinder supply
and the appliance test point pressure must be 2.75 kPa
SETTING THE MINIMUM FLAME
The flame on the small output is regulated by the factory.
When the injectors have been replaced, it may be necessary to regulate
the minimum flame again.
The operations necessary to set the minimum flame are as following:
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light the burner
turn the knob to the minimum position
take out the knob (and gasket if there is one)
LPG TO NG: Use a thin blade screwdriver to turn the by-pass screw located above left of the gas
valve,shaft as shown right. Turn gently the by-pass screw clockwise to the end completely then turn it
anti-clockwise 1 turn for the Triple ring,7/8 turn for the Fish,3/4 turn for the Rapid,1/2 turn for the SemiRapid and 3/8 turn for the auxiliary.
• NG TO LPG: Use a thin blade screwdriver to turn the by-pass screw located above left of the gas valve
shaft as shown right. Turn gently the by-pass screw clockwise to the end.
• put the knob back on and turn it quickly from the maximum position to the minimum position, checking
that the flame does not go out
• for burners with safety valve make sure that the regulation obtained is sufficient to maintain heating of
the thermocouple. If it is not, increase the minimum
THE BURNERS REQUIRE NO REGULATION OF THE PRIMARY AIR.
ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ABNORMAL OPERATION AND MAY REQUIRE
SERVICING:
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Yellow tipping of the hob burner flame.
Sooting up of cooking utensils.
Burners not igniting properly.
Burners failing to remain alight
Burners extinguished by the oven door.
Gas valves which are difficult to turn
IN CASE THE APPLIANCE FAILS TO OPERATE CORRECTLY, CONTACT THE AUTHORISED SERVICE
PROVIDER IN YOUR AREA.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the production of heat and moisture in the room in which it
is installed. Ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated: keep natural ventilation holes open or install a
mechanical ventilation device (mechanical extractor hood).
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call for additional ventilation, for example opening of a
window,or more effective ventilation, for example increasing the level of mechanical ventilation where
present.
Do not place anything, e.g. flame tamer between pan and pan support. Do not remove the pan support
and enclose the burner with a wok stand, only use the wok support supplied. Do not use large pots or heavy
weights which can bend the pan support or deflect flame onto the hotplate. Locate pan centrally over the burner
so that it is stable and does not overhang the appliance.
Griddle plate must only be located above the centre fish burner as shown. Caution: ensure plate is cool before removing.
(gas cooking top side)
Description of the main parts of the appliance
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1 = grid
2 = burner cap
3 = burner head
4 = spark plug
5 = safety valve (for models equipped with a safety valve)
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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS
FRONT LEFT BURNER
FRONT CENTRAL BURNER
REAR LEFT BURNER
REAR CENTRAL BURNER
FRONT RIGHT BURNER
LEFT CENTRAL BURNER
REAR RIGHT BURNER
RIGHT CENTRAL BURNER
CENTRAL BURNER
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ELECTRIC OVEN THERMOSTAT
ELECTRIC OVEN FUNTION KNOB
IGNITION AND OPERATION OF THE BURNERS
In order to ignite a burner, it is necessary to depress the knob while rotating it anti-clockwise, till the
index is aligned with the position corresponding to the maximum gas delivery (i.e. the large flame
symbol). As far as the models equipped with a safety valve are concerned, once the flame is lit hold
the knob depressed for about 3-4 seconds till the device keeps the burner
automatically lit. If the burner fails to ignite,wait one minute
for the gas to dissipate before attempting to reignite. At this
moment it is possible to adjust the flame intensity by rotating
the knob anticlockwise from Such maximum position to the minimum
one (i.e. the small flame symbol).
In order to turn the burner off, rotate the knob clockwise bringing
the index back to the position corresponding to the closure symbol ( ).
RECOMMENDATIONS
In case of electric power failure, it is necessary to carry out the above-described operations by
putting a gas lighter or a flame near the burner (in such an event, pay the utmost attention not to
burn yourself).
The safety valve (for models where such item is provided) intervenes in case of accidental flame
failure, blocking the gas delivery (e.g.: air draughts, spillage of liquids, etc.).
In any case, the ignition device must not be actuated for longer than 15 seconds. Should the ignition
manoeuvre fail, or should the burner be accidentally turned off, immediately close the actuation knob
and repeat the ignition after one minute at least.
Once the ignition has taken place, adjust the flame according to your needs.
Advice on the use of gas burners
For lower gas consumption and a better yield, use saucepans with diameter suitable for the burners,
avoiding the flame coming up round the side of the saucepan (see the Container Table). Use only
flat-bottomed pans.
As soon as a liquid starts to boil, turn the flame down to a level sufficient to maintain boiling.
During cooking, when using fats and oils, be very careful because if they overheat they could catch
fire.
Container table (use flat-bottomed saucepans)
Burner
φmin Saucepan
(mm)
φmax Saucepan
(mm)
Auxiliary
90
160
Semi-rapid
130
180
Fish pan
310×140
380×230
Rapid
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260
Triple ring
210
260
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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(OVEN FUNCTION)
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ELECTRIC OVEN THERMOSTAT KNOB
Selection of cooking temperature is carried out by turning the
knob clockwise to the required temperature, between 60℃ and
MAX . If the appliance is with an electric oven, the warning light
will come on when the oven is heating up. When it goes out it
means that it reaches the required temperature . Regular
flashing means that oven temperature is being constantly
maintained at the programmed level.
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MAX
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100
220
120
200
180
160
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ELECTRIC OVEN CONTROL KNOB
B
Each of the functions listed below can be used only
together with the correct temperature.
8-Function
5-Function
The selector B and thermostat A control is used to select the various oven functions and to
choose the cooking temperatures best corresponding to the food to be cooked. During oven
operation the lamp will always remain on.
The lamp of the oven is on, with no heating elements operated (electrical resistances). During oven
operation the lamp will always remain on
TRADITIONAL COOKING
THERMOSTAT SELECTOR SWITCH FROM 60℃ TO MAX
The heat is provided from the top and bottom elements. The oven must be preheated before the food is
placed inside. Static cooking provides optimum results with: cakes, pizzas, bread and for gentle slow
cooking of casseroles. Characteristics of static cooking: heat provided from above and below, cooking is
possible only on middle shelf and should be centrally located in the oven.
DELICATE COOKING
THERMOSTAT SELECTOR SWITCH FROM 60℃ TO MAX
Ideal for pastries and cakes with wet covering and little sugar and damp desserts in moulds. Excellent
results can also be achieved in completing cooking at the bottom and with dishes requiring heat in the
Lower area in particular. The plate is best inserted at bottom level.
TOP OVEN COOKING
THERMOSTAT SELECTOR SWITCH FROM 60℃ TO MAX
Top oven - Use for brown food at the end of cooking.
GRILL COOKING
THERMOSTAT SELECTOR SWITCH FROM 60℃ TO MAX
Grill Element - Use for toasting and melting cheese or browning. The cooking time should be no longer than
5 minutes. To operate,please select Full Grill Function along with the temperature.
FAN ASSISTED GRILL COOKING
THERMOSTAT SELECTOR SWITCH FROM 60℃ TO 200℃
Use of the Grill Element and Fan. Use for grilling meats, vegetables and poultry. Preheat oven, place food on
grill rack in baking tray and place in the middle of the oven. Other food may be cooked underneath whilst
grilling. The oven door must be closed for all cooking methods
FAN FORCED COOKING
THERMOSTAT SELECTOR SWITCH FROM 60℃ TO MAX
The circular heating element and fan come into operation and the heat is spread evenly to all shelf positions.
Various types of food can be cooked on different shelves, naturally with the appropriate cooking times. The
oven must be preheated before the foods are placed inside. Fan mode provides optimum results with: cakes
(soft and thick), large quantities of foods and cooking various dishes simultaneously. To operate,please
select Fan Forced function along with the temperature.
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DEFROSTING
THERMOSTAT SELECTOR SWITCH ANY
The fan located on the bottom of the oven makes the air circulate at room temperature around the
food .This is recommended for the defrosting of all types of food ,but in particular for delicate types of food
which do not require heat such as for example:ice cream cakes,cream or custard desserts,fruit cakes.By
using the fan,the defrosting time is approximately halved.In the case of meat,fish and bread,it is possible to
accelerate the process using the "Fan forced"and setting the temperature to 80 ℃TO 10 0℃
The oven door must be closed for all cooking methods.
The turnspit (only available on certain models)
To start the turnspit,proceed as follows:
1 Place the oven tray on the 1st rack;
2 Insert the special turnspit support on the 2nd rack and position the spit by
Inserting it through the speciai hole for the turnspit at the back of the oven;
3 Start the turnspit using electric oven control knob to select setting
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ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
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6 BUTTON DIGITAL CLOCK/TIMER
- Showing time (0:00-24:00)and minutes.
- The screen shows 3 flashing number and “AUTO”if the power is on .
- In order to set correct time ,Press the button fist ,then + or - button to carry
forward backward the figure until the exact time shows.
Manual operation setting
Press the button to remove the flashing of “AUTO ”.
If“AUTO”is glittering (automatic or semi automatic program has been set), Press
button to remove“AUTO”and then the manual operation process is on.
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Automatic setting(set the full automatic starting and ending)
1.Press
button,set roast time.
button,set roast finish time.
2.Press
3.Set tempeatures and roast modes by turning the thermostat knob and selector knob.
After the setting above,“AUTO”will be flashing,which means the roast process of the oven is set.
For example:if roast time takes 45mintes and expect it will end at 14:00.
Press
the roast time is to be 45minutes;Press
the roast is set to end 14:00.
After the above setting,the screen shows the real time(hour.minute)and flashing“AUTO”,it means the set roast
process is memorized automatically.
When the clock turns to be 13:15(or between 13:14-13:15,the oven will start automatically in the roast time,
and “AUTO”will be always flashing.
When the clock turns to be 14,the roast is done ,the alarm is ringing and flashing “ AUTO”.After pressing the
button,the ringing will stop.
Semi-automatic setting(set the time of automatic starting and ending)
A. Set the time limit of roast(10 hours maximum):
Press the
button to set the time of roast;The oven starts immediately,
and“AUTO”will flash.After the roast is
finished,the roast operation process will be shut automatically.Then“AUTO”flashing,the alarm Rings.The ring will
stop by pressing the button.
B. Set the time of ending (23hours 59minutes maximum):
Press the
button to set the time of ending;The oven starts immediately,
and“AUTO ”will flash.When the set
time of ending comes,the roast operation process will be shut automatically.Then “AUTO”flashs,the alarm rings.
The ring will stop by pressing the button.
Whenever the related button is pressed,the set roast process will be seen.Whenever the
button is pressed,and
carry backward the time to “0”,the set roast process will be cancelled.
If button is pressed again,the oven will be in the manual operation process.
Timer:23hours 59minutes can be set as maximum.
When setting time,press the button,and then + or - button,until the required time shows on the screen.After the
setting,the correct time(hour,minute)and the button will show on the screen and timing begins immediately.
Whenever the button is pressed,timing will be seen,When the set time reaches, the alarm will ring .The ringing will
stop after pressing the button.
Notice:After pressing the related button,setting is supposed to be done in 5 seconds.In case of blackout,the set
process as well as the real time(hour,Minute)will isappear.After the power is on again,three
“0”and”AUTO”shows on the screen,this mean the oven has been automatically reset.
Cooling ventilation:In order to cool down the exterior of the appliance,the model is equipped with a cooling
fan,which comes on automatically when the oven is hot.
When the fan is on,a normal flow of air can be heard exitting between the door and the controlpanel.
Note:When cooking is done,the fan stays on until the oven cools down sufficiently.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR COOKING
OVEN COOKING
For a perfect cooking, it is necessary to pre-heat the oven to the preset cooking temperature. Only very fat
meat can be placed into a cold oven. To minimse food splashes into the oven (which can produce smoke
sometimes) deep baking dishes are recommended.Use instead highedged containers, preferably terracotta
containers, put on the grate at about half the height of the oven. The table shows some examples of how to
set the thermostat and the cooking time. The cooking times vary according to the type of food, its
homogeneity and volume. We are sure that, after a few endeavours, the experience will suggest possible
variations to the values shown on the table.
Practical hints to save energy
The oven can be switched off some minutes before cooking end; the residual temperature is enough to
complete cooking. Open the oven door only when it is absolutely necessary; to check the cooking phase,
look through the glass (the oven lamp is always on).
General Advice
The oven offers various kinds of heating:
• The traditional heating for the cooking of special roasts
• the fan forced heating for the cooking of cakes, biscuits and similar.
If the fan forced cooking is chosen, it is recommended to take advantage of it. Hence, cooking or roasts on
more shelves is recommended to save time and energy.
Fan Assisted
A continuous circulation of warm air is created, which allows food to be placed and cooked on different
shelves at the same time. The oven will reach the preset temperature in a very short time.
Traditional cooking
This is especially suitable for the cooking of meats/poultry that requires long, slow cooking as well as for the
cooking of bread and sponge cakes. It is advisable to place the food to be cooked into the oven when the
right cooking temperature is reached, that is to say when the pilot light of the thermostat extinguishes.
Grill cooking
Delete, pre-heat the oven for about 5 minutes. During grill operation the heat comes from above; it is based on
the infrared radiation and is fit for low thickness meat and for toasts. The meat and the fish to be grilled are to
be slightly oiled and always placed on the grate; this is to be arranged on the nearest or on the farthest guide
from the grill element, according to the thickness of the meat to be cooked. The table shows some examples
of cooking times and food positions. The cooking times vary according to the type of food, its homogeneity
and volume.
Cooking times
The table shows some examples for the adjustment of the thermostat and of the cooking time. The cooking
times can vary according to the type of food, and volume. We are sure that, after a few endeavors, the
experience will suggest possible variations to the values shown on the table.
REMARK: The times indicated in the table refer to the cooking of one portion only; for more than one portion,
the cooking times should be increased by 5 -10 minutes.
TABLE OF COOKING TIMES
The table below provides indicative shelf positions for use with your oven. Please note,the temperature and
cooking times are indicative only. According to different cooking habits, it may be necessary to make further
modifications. Please add 15 minutes to the times indicated for preheating.
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Selector knob
setting
Traditional
cooking
Food to be cooked
First courses
Lasagne
oven-baked pasta
MEAT
Roast veal
Roast beef
Roast pork
Chicken
Duck
Goose-turkey
Rabbit
Leg of lamb
Roast fish
Pizza
DESSERTS
Meringue
Short pastry
Ciambella
Savoyards
Brioches
Fruit cake
Browing food to
perfect cooking
Level
from below
Temperature
(℃)
Time in minutes(*)
2-3
2-3
210-230
210-230
30
40
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
175-200
210-240
170-200
170-200
170-200
140-170
170-200
170-200
1-2
170-200
1-2
210-240
30-40/kg
30-40/kg
30-40/kg
45-60
45-60
45-60
50-60
15/kg
According to
dimensions
40-45
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
50-70
170-200
165
150
170-200
170-200
60-90
15-20
35-40
30-50
40-45
20-30
3-4
15
220
Level
from below
Temperature
(℃)
Time in minutes
2
2
2
190-210
190-210
190-220
20-25
25-30
20-25
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
150-170
150-160
160-170
160-180
130-150
170-180
170
160-170
150-160
150-160
160-170
140-170
65-90
70-100
65-90
35-45
100-130
40-45
70-90
100-160
160-240
80-100
30-50
15-25
2-3
150-170
2-3
210-240
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
1-2
2-3
2-3
1-2
150-170
170-190
190-220
160-170
150
160-170
190-210
220-240
(*) With preheated oven
Selector knob
setting
Fan forced
cooking
Food to be cooked
First courses
Lasagne
Oven-baked pasta
Creole rice
MEAT
Roast veal
Roast pork
Roasted beef
Fillet of beef
Fillet lamb
Roast beef
Roast chicken
Roast duck
Roast turkey
Roast rabbit
Roast hare
Roast pigeon
Fish
Pizza
DESSERTS(PASTRIES)
Ciambella
Fruit cake
Sponge-cake
Brioches
Strudel
Savoyard pudding
Bread
Toast
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According to
dimensions
30-50
35-45
40-50
25-35
40-60
25-35
30-40
40
7
Selector knob
setting
Grilling
Food to be cooked
Level
from below
Pork chops
Fillet of pork
Fillet of beef
Liver
Veal Escalopes
Half chicken
Sausages
Meat-balls
Fish fillets
Toast
4
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
Time in minutes
First surface
7-9
9-11
9-11
2-3
7-9
9-14
7-9
7-9
5-6
2-4
Second surface
5-7
5-9
9-11
2-3
5-7
9-11
5-6
5-6
3-4
2-3
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3 SHELF POSITIONS
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FAN OVEN
Maintenance and Cleaning
Do not use jet of steam for cleaning.
Before any operation disconnect the appliance electrically. Wash the enameled parts with lukewarm water
and detergent. Do not use abrasive products. Wash the burner spreader frequently with boiling water and
detergent make sure to remove any deposits which could block the flame outlet. Rinse the stainless steel parts
well with water and dry them with a soft cloth.
To clean the hob use slightly damp sponges and wiping cloths: if too much water is used it could penetrate the internal
parts and damage electrical parts. The grids of the hob can be washed in the dishwasher.
For persistent stains use normal non-abrasive detergents, specific products commonly available on the
market or a little hot vinegar. Clean the glass parts with hot water, avoiding the use of rough cloths.
Do not use stainless steel pads or acids for cleaning. To prevent lighting difficulties, carefully clean the
lighting spark plugs regularly (ceramic and electrode).
Periodically if the knobs become difficult to turn, contact a qualified engineer to lubricate the taps. Contact a qualified
engineer to deal with any other problems which may arise during use.
To keep the characteristics of brightness of the enameled parts for a long time it is necessary to clean the
oven after each cooking. Once the oven is cold, you will be able to easily remove the fat deposits by means of
a sponge or a cloth damp with warm soapy water or a common detergent. Never use abrasive cloths or
sponges, that could irreparably damage the enamel. On white ovens even the parts of the dash board such as hand-grip
and knob have to be cleaned each time because they may become yellow due to the emissions of fat vapors.
ALWAYS CLEAN THE APPLIANCE IMMEDIATELY AFTER ANY FOOD SPILLAGE.
Annual service by an authorised person is recommend if any of the following conditions are noticed:
incomplete ignition, appreciable yellow tipping, carbon deposition, lifting, floating, lighting back or objectionable odour.
Contact: Glen Dimplex Australia Pty Ltd on Ph: 1300 556 816 or contact sales@glendimplex.com.au
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THE GRIDS OF THE COOKING PLANE ARE EQUIPPED WITH SUITABLE RUBBER PADS, ITS
PURPOSE IS BOTH PROVIDING BETTER STABILITY AND AVOIDING SCRATCHES ON THE PLANE
SURFACES DURING USAGE.
AFTER A POSSIBLE GRID REMOVAL FOR CLEANING AND/OR MAINTE-NANCE NEEDS,WE
RECOMMEND TO VERIFY THE PRESENCE OF SUCH RUBBER PADS AND TO PUT THE GRIDS BACK
IN THEIR ORIGINAL POSITION
Cleaning the oven door
Unhooking the doors.
For a more thorough clean,you have to remove the oven door.Choose the removal and assemble
method according to different structure of oven door purchased.
Proceed as follows:
• Open the door fully;
• Lift up and turn the small levers located on the two hinges;
Grip the door on the two external sides and close it approximately half way. Unlock the door by
pressing on the clamps F,then pull the door towards you lifting it out of its seat. To replace the
door,reverse this sequence.
F
Replacing the oven bulb
Once the oven has been electrically disconnected, unscrew the glass protection cap and the bulb,
Always remember to use high temperatures (300/ E14) bulb for the oven. Reassemble the glass cap
and reconnect the oven after replacing the bulb.
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READ THE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THE APPLIANCE.
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage to property or to persons caused by
incorrect installation or improper use of the appliance.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any inaccuracies, due to printing or transcription errors,
contained in this manual. In addition, the appearance of the figures reported is also purely
indicative.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to its products when considered necessary
and useful, without affecting the essential safety and operating characteristics.
Euromaid constantly seeks ways to improve the specifications and designs of their products.
Whilst every effort is made to produce up to date literature, this document should not be regarded
as an infallible guide. Actual product only should be used to derive cut out sizes.
All Euromaid appliances must be installed by a qualified person/s with adherence to the relevant
electrical, plumbing and gas codes, with compliance being issued as required by state or national
legislation.
Additionally, all Euromaid upright cookers must have the anti-tilt device installed correctly in
adherence to the relevant standards by the Licensed installer.
For maximum effectiveness and efficiency all range-hoods should be installed with the use of
ductwork, by a licensed installer with adherence to the relevant state and national building codes
and regulations.
All Euromaid appliances are for Domestic use only and must be installed by a licenced installer into
Domestic Applications only, without exception and to the required Authorities guidelines. Any
installation outside of this will VOID warranty. Alfresco areas are not a Domestic application.
WARRANTY
For full terms, conditions and warranty periods, or to register your product warranty, please visit
our website www.euromaid.com.au
For service advice, please contact the Customer Care Centre by phone or email below.
Distributed by:
Glen Dimplex Australia Pty Ltd
1340 Ferntree Gully Road,
Scoresby 3179, Victoria
Australia
Ph: 1800 333 244
customer.care.ha@glendimplex.com.au
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Distributed by:
Glen Dimplex Australia Pty Ltd
1340 Ferntree Gully Road,
Scoresby 3179, Victoria Australia
Ph: 1800 333 244
customer.care.ha@glendimplex.com.au
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