Bush BESAW50W Single Electric Cooker Instruction manual

Bush BESAW50W Single Electric Cooker Instruction manual
Instruction manual
BESAW50B
BESAW50W
You’ll soon be enjoying your new Freestanding
Cooker
It all begins here, with your instructions. Don’t worry,
there’s nothing too technical coming up. Just
simple, step-by-step guidance to get you up and
running quickly. Sound good? Then let’s get started.
Help and Guidance
We’re here to help you get the most from your Freestanding Cooker. Should you require
any guidance, a simple solution can often be found online at:
www.bush-support.com
If you still require further assistance, call one of our experts on 01759 487838.
If you require any technical guidance or find that your product is not operating as intended, a simple solution can often be found in the Troubleshooting section of these instructions,
Contents
1
Safety information
2
3
6
Safety information
6
Getting to know your
Freestanding Cooker
Product support
Troubleshooting
30
Help and assistance
31
Declaration of conformance to product
standards
32
Overview
11
Disposal
32
Accessories
12
Guarantee
33
Installing your Freestanding
Cooker
14
Electrical connection
4
Using your Freestanding
Cooker
Control Panel
18
Oven functions
General oven and cooking tips
19
Practical Cooking Advice
Using the hotplates of your cooker
5
15
20
21
23
Care and Maintenance
Cleaning
26
Replacing oven lamps
27
How to remove the oven doors
27
Technical specification
28
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Safety information
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Safety information
Important - Please read these instructions fully before
installing or operating
INSTALLATION WARNINGS
IMPORTANT: Prior to Installation ensure that
the local supply conditions (electricity voltage
and frequency) are compatible with the
requirements of your freestanding cooker.
IMPORTANT: Carefully unpack and examine
the appliance for any damage. If you think
there is a defect, do not use the appliance and
contact BUSH Product Support on 01759
487838. Packaging materials should be
collected together and disposed of
immediately as they maybe harmful to
children.
IMPORTANT: Keep the electrical cable (not
supplied) of your built-in oven away from the
hot areas of your appliance, do not let the
cable touch the appliance. Keep the cable
away from sharp edges and heated surfaces.
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the electric supply
cable is not trapped or damaged during
installation.
IMPORTANT: In the event that the cable
connecting your freestanding cooker becomes
damaged, it must be replaced by a suitably
qualified person. This cable must not be
replaced by an unauthorised person.
IMPORTANT: Protect your freestanding cooker
against atmospheric effects. Do not expose
your cooker to effects such as sun, rain, snow
etc.
IMPORTANT: The materials surrounding the
appliance (cabinets) must be able to withstand
a minimum temperature of 100°C.
IMPORTANT: When using your oven for the
first time your cooker may give off an unusual
odour from the heating elements and
insulation materials. This is normal for cooking
appliances. To eliminate this odour run the
oven at 250 degrees for 40-60 mins with the
oven empty.
DURING USAGE
IMPORTANT: This appliance can be used by children
aged from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts
become hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements. Children less than 8 years
of age shall be kept away unless continuously
supervised.
WARNING: NEVER try to extinguish a cooking fire with
water. Instead switch off the appliance and cover
flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket.
CAUTION: Do not allow children in the kitchen when
cooking or after, as the parts may still be hot. Many
parts of the cooker will become hot and present a
considerable hazard to children.
CAUTION: When the cooker is hot never touch the
oven glass by hand or with tools.
CAUTION: Before starting to use your appliance,
ensure curtains, paper or flammable items are kept
away from your appliance. Do not keep flammable
materials inside of or around your cooker.
CAUTION: Take care when closing the oven door that
there is nothing obstructing it from closing as this
may break the glass door.
IMPORTANT: When using the grill the oven door must
be kept closed.
WARNING: Before obtaining access to
terminals, all supply circuits must be
disconnected.
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Safety information
Safety information
Important - Please read these instructions fully before
installing or operating
IMPORTANT: Make sure the oven control knobs are
all in the off position when not in use.
IMPORTANT: If you do not intend to use your builtin oven for a long period of time turn off the
electric supply to the oven.
IMPORTANT: When the door of the oven is open,
do not hang or lean anything on it. You may
unbalance your appliance or damage the door or
door hinges.
IMPORTANT: Do not hang towels, dishcloths or
clothes from the built-in oven or its handles.
GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS
IMPORTANT: This appliance has been designed for
non-professional, domestic use only. Do not use
this oven for commercial use or any other
application e.g. room heating.
WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store flammable
items on or near the cooking surfaces or inside the
oven.
IMPORTANT: Do not try to lift or move this
appliance by pulling on the door handle.
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched
off before replacing the lamp to avoid the
possibility of electric shock.
IMPORTANT: Your appliance is produced in
accordance with all applicable local and
international standards and regulations.
IMPORTANT: Maintenance and repair work must
only be performed by authorised service
technicians. Installation and repair work that is
carried out by unauthorised technicians is
dangerous and could invalidate your guarantee.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT: Always turn the appliance off before
operations such as cleaning or maintenance. You
can do this by switching the built-in oven off using
cooker isolation switch.
IMPORTANT: Do not remove the control knobs to
clean the control panel.
WARNING: 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.
TO MAINTAIN THE EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY
OF YOUR APPLIANCE, WE RECOMMEND YOU
ALWAYS USE OUR AUTHORISED SERVICE AGENTS
AND ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS.
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL BUSH PRODUCT SUPPORT
01759 487838.
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Safety information
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Getting to know your
Freestanding Cooker
2
Getting to know your Freestanding Cooker
You’ll be up and running in no time
Ready? Let’s begin...
Please read these instructions carefully. They contain
important information which will help you get the best
from your freestanding cooker and ensure safe and
correct installation and operation.
If you require any further assistance, our technical
experts are happy to help. For full details, refer to
the product support section at the end of these
instructions.
If you require any technical guidance or find that your product is not operating as intended, a simple solution can often be found in the Troubleshooting section of these instructions,
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Getting to know your Freestanding Cooker
Getting to know your Freestanding Cooker
You’ll be up and running in no time
Overview
1. Hob plate
2. Electric furnace
3. Control panel
4. Shelf positions
5. Wire Shelf
6. Baking tray
7. Door seal
8. Hinge
9. Oven door
10. Downside panel
11. Anti slip feet
12. Small hot plate
13. Big hot plate
12
13
13
12
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Getting to know your Freestanding Cooker
You’ll be up and running in no time
Accessories
1.
1 x Baking tray
2.
3.
1 x Grill insert
4.
1 x Chrome shelf
3
1 x Grill pan handle
1
2
4
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Getting to know your Freestanding Cooker
Installing your Freestanding
Cooker
3
Installing your Freestanding Cooker
Bringing it all together
Installation requirements
First Use
THIS COOKER MUST BE INSTALLED BY A
QUALIFIED INSTALLER IN ACCORDANCE WITH
LOCAL REGULATIONS
IMPORTANT: When using your oven for the first time your
cooker may give off an unusual odour from the heating
elements and insulation materials. This is normal for new
cookers. To eliminate this odour run the oven at 250
degrees for 40-60 mins with the oven empty.
Unpacking
IMPORTANT: CONTACT AN AUTHORISED
SERVICE AGENT FOR INSTALLATION OF YOUR
Carefully unpack and examine the appliance for any
OVEN!
damage. If you think there is a defect, do not use the
appliance and contact Product Support on 01759 487838.
Positioning
1.Make sure that there are no combustible or
flammable materials, such as curtains, in the
vicinity of the installation.
2.
Furniture and cabinets surrounding
the cooker must be of material resistant to
temperatures greater than 50°C.
3.
Surrounding furniture, cabinets and
extractor fans should be positioned in
accordance with the diagram shown in
the figure
4.
There must be at least 2cm of free
space between the back wall and the rear of
the appliance to allow for ventilation and air
circulation.
5.
If fitted, the extractor fan must be at
least 65cm above the hotplates. If no fan is
fitted the minimum distance between the
hotplates and any cabinet or other structure
must be 75cm.
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Installing your Freestanding Cooker
Bringing it all together
Levelling feet
The height and level of the appliance can be adjusted by rotating the feet located
underneath the appliance at each corner. Rotate the feet to decrease or increase
the height.
CAUTION
Safety chain
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The appliance must be secured against overbalancing by using the supplied two
safety chains on your oven.
Fasten hook (1) by using a proper peg to the kitchen wall (5) and connect safety chain
(3) to the hook via the locking mechanism (2).
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION
CAUTION:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
1
2
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
1
2
3
4
5
CAUTION:
REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICand
SafetyTOchain(supplied
mounted to oven)
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE
Stability
hook
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
FirmlyQUALIFIED
fix chain
to cooker rear
Rear of cooker
Kitchen wall
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Installing your Freestanding Cooker
Bringing it all together
Electrical connection
IMPORTANT: Electrical connections must be carried out by a suitably qualified person and in accordance with
all relevant local building and installation regulations.
Fitting on a Power Supply Cable
Connecting appropriate power supply ` terminal board/ connector block:

Using a screwdriver ,prize open tabs of the Terminal board cover.

Remove the wire clamp screw.

Fasten the wires beneath the corresponding screw heads, using brass ‘bridge’ for single phase supply.

Fasten cable clamp and close the cover of the terminal board.

The ac power supply should be 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz. For electric cookers, the minimum 45A fuse, or at
least 45A a distribution circuit breaker.
Warning: Connect the power cord must be in accordance with the instructions listed in the table below
Wire cross-sectional area(mm2)
L
N
E
Min4
Min4
Min4
Connection mode
1N~
Connecting the supply cable to the mains
Install an approved circuit breaker with a minimum contact opening of 3 mm, between the appliance and the
mains fuse box .The circuit breaker should be sized according to the load and should comply with current
regulations (the earth wire should not be interrupted by the circuit breaker).
The supply cable should be positioned so that it does not reach a temperature of more than 50℃with respect to
the room temperature, anywhere along its length Before switching fuse ON in meter-box check:

Earth continuity. The electrical safety of this appliance can only be guaranteed if the cooker is correctly
installed and earthed, in compliance with regulations on electrical installations.

The electrical capacity of the system and sockets will support the maximum power of the appliance, as
indicated on the data plate
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Using your Freestanding Cooker
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Using your Freestanding Cooker
Getting the most from your appliance
Control panel
℃
C
A
60
80
B
MAX
100
120
220
200
140
180
160
A Indicator lamp for oven
•Lamp is on when oven element is heating up oven or cycling on.
B Function switch Control Knob
• Sets Oven Function/ Mode.
C Oven Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
D
6
1
2
5
3
4
6
1
2
5
3
2
4
5
3
4
6
1
6
1
2
5
3
4
E
D Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when a hotplate is turned on.
E Hotplate Control Knob - can be rotated in either direction
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
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Using your Freestanding Cooker
Using your Freestanding Cooker
Getting the most from your appliance
Oven functions
Oven light
Grill
Top & Bottom element
Bottom element
Oven light-The oven light will operate on all oven functions
Grill-The top central heating elements comes on .The extremely high and direct temperature of the grill
makes it possible to brown the surface of meats and roasts while locking the juices in to keep them tender.
The grill is also highly recommended for dishes that require a high temperature on the surface: beef steaks,
veal, rib steak, fillets, hamburgers etc.
Top & Bottom Element-Hot air comes from the upper and lower element in the oven. This is the
conventional cooking method that cooks your food equally. Joints of meat will benefit using this cooking
function, and any roasted items.
Bottom Element-Bottom element cooking is used for foods that typically need cooking from the underneath
side. Cakes and bread as an example can be cooking using this function mode.
Using your appliance for the first time
The first time you use your appliance, we recommend that you set the temperature setting to the
highest mark. Set the cooking mode selection knob to a cooking mode and leave the oven on for about
half an hour with nothing in it and the oven door shut. Then, open the oven door and allow the oven to cool.
Any odour that may be detected during this initial use is due to the evaporation of substances used
to protect the oven during storage.
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4
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Getting the most from your appliance
General oven and cooking tips
General Oven Tips
The wire shelves should always be pushed firmly to the back of the oven.
Baking trays with food cooking on them should be placed level with the front edge of the
oven’s wire shelves. Other containers should be placed centrally. Keep all trays and
containers away from the back of the oven, as over-browning of the food may occur.
For even browning, the maximum recommended size of a baking tray is 340 mm (13½”) by
340 mm (13½”).
When the oven is on, do not leave the door open for longer than necessary, otherwise the
knobs may get very hot.
•
Always leave a ‘‘finger’s width’’ between dishes on the same shelf. This allows the heat
to circulate freely around them.
•
To reduce fat splashing when you add vegetables to hot fat around a roast, dry them
thoroughly or brush lightly with cooking oil.
•
Where dishes may boil and spill over during cooking, place them on a baking tray.
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Using your Freestanding Cooker
Getting the most from your appliance
Practical Cooking Advice
The oven offers a wide range of alternatives which allow you to cook any type of food in the best possible way. With
time you will learn to make the best use of this versatile cooking appliance and the following directions are only a
guideline which may be varied according to your own personal experience.
Preheating
The oven must be preheated (this is generally the case when cooking leavened foods ).
Once the food has been placed in the oven, the most appropriate cooking mode can then be selected.
Using the Grill
Use the “grill ”mode , placing the food under the center of the grill (situated on the 3rd or 4th rack form the
bottom )because only the central part of the top heating element is turned on .
Use the bottom rack (1st from the bottom), placing the dripping pan provided to collect any sauce and /or grease and
prevent the same from dripping onto the oven bottom. When using this mode, we recommend you set the
thermostat to the highest setting. However, this does not mean you cannot use lower temperatures, simply by
adjusting the thermostat knob to the desired temperature.
When using this mode ,we advise you to set the thermostat to 200℃,as it is the most efficient way to use the
grill ,which is based on the use of infrared rays .However, this does not mean you cannot use lower temperatures,
simply by adjusting the thermostat knob to the desired temperature.
Therefore the best results when using the grill modes are obtained by placing the grid on the lower racks (see
cooking table) then, to prevent fat and grease from dripping onto the bottom of the oven and smoke from forming,
place a dripping-pan on the 1st oven rack from the bottom.
Baking Cakes
When baking cakes, always place them in a preheated oven .Make sure you wait until the oven has been preheated
thoroughly (the pilot lamp will turn off). Do not open the oven door during baking to prevent the cake from
dropping .In general:
Pastry is too dry
Increase the temperature by 10℃and reduce the cooking time .
Pastry dropped
Use less liquid or lower the temperature by 10℃.
Pastry is too dark on top
Place it on a lower rack, lower the temperature, and increase the cooking time.
Cooked well on the inside but sticky on the outside
Use less liquid, lower the temperature, and increase the cooking time.
The Pastry sticks to the pan
Grease the pan well and sprinkle it with a dusting of flour or use greaseproof paper.
I used more than one level and they are not all at the same cooking point
Use a lower temperature setting .It is not necessary to remove the food from all the racks at the same time.
Cooking Fish and Meat
When cooking white meat ,fowl and fish ,use temperature setting from 180℃to 200℃.
For red meat that should be well done on the outside while tender and juicy in the inside ,it is a good idea to start
with a high temperature setting (200℃-220℃)for a short time ,then turn the oven down afterwards.
In general, the larger the roast, the lower the temperature setting. Place the meat on the center of the grid and place
the dripping pan beneath it to catch the fat.
Make sure that the grid is inserted so that it is in the center of the oven .If you would like to increase the amount of
heat from below, use the low rack heights .For savory roasts (especially duck and wild game), dress the meat with lard
or bacon on the top.
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Selector
knob
Food to be cooked
setting
Weight
Cooking rack
(in kg )
position from
bottom
Convection
Grill
Preheating
time
(Minutes)
Thermostat
knob
setting
Cooking
time
(Minutes)
Duck
1
3
15
200
65-75
Roast veal or beef
1
3
15
200
70-75
Pork roast
1
3
15
200
70-80
Biscuits (short pastry)
-
3
15
180
15-20
Tarts
1
3
15
180
30-35
Soles and cuttlefish
1
4
5
Max
8-10
Squid and prawn kebabs
1
4
5
Max
6-8
Cod filet
1
4
5
Max
10
Grilled vegetables
1
3/4
5
Max
10-15
Veal steak
1
4
5
Max
15-20
Cutlets
1
4
5
Max
15-20
Hamburgers
1
4
5
Max
7-10
Mackerels
1
4
5
Max
15-20
Toasted sandwiches
-
4
5
Max
2-3
Veal on the spit
1.0
4
15
200
30-40
Chicken on the spit
1.5
4
15
200
30-40
Lamb on the spit
1.0
4
15
200
30-40
B cooking times are approximate and may vary according to personal taste. Shelf position is counted from the
bottom shelf up. Bottom shelf position is 1.Turn down temperatures shown
Troubleshooting
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Using your Freestanding Cooker
Getting the most from your appliance
Using the hotplates of your cooker
Hotplates safety warnings

Do not use pots and pans which are unsteady, as these could overbalance.

Do not use mats, heat diffusers or wok stands. These will cause a temperature build-up which can damage the
cook top.
Do not let cooking pots overhang sides or front of hob get too close to the hotplate control knobs.

Choosing Cooking Pots
Look at this diagram below which shows you which utensils to use on the hotplates and which utensils should not be
used.

Always use pots and pans with flat bottoms. Uneven or thin bottoms will waste energy and cook slowly.

Always use pots and pans which are slightly larger than the hotplate. Small pans waste energy.

Always put dry pots and pans on the hotplates.

Do not use pots and pans which are too large. Pans which overhang the hotplate more than 50 mm can
damage the hob
Using the hotplates of your electric cooker
Check the hotplates on your cooker against the diagrams below before you use your cooker for the first time.
Solid hotplates

The strong solid-cast hotplates give wide contact for fast, efficient
cooking.

The hotplates are sealed all around which means that spilt liquids
do not go under the hotplates.
Before first use

The top surface of the hotplates are sealed with a heat resistant
coating. Before using for the first time the hotplates should be heated
for a short period without a pan to harden the protective coating.

Turn the heat setting to high for approx 3 minutes to fully harden the
coating. When the hotplates have cooled apply a thin coating of cooking
oil to the hotplate to seal and protect the surface.
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Care and maintenance
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Care and maintenance
Looking after your appliance
Cleaning
WARNING! Isolate the power supply to the appliance and make sure that the cooker is cool.
Before cleaning your cooker or performing maintenance, make sure that the cooking mode selection knob and the
cooking temperature selection knob is set to ‘OFF’. To extend the life of your cooker, it must be cleaned frequently.
The inside of the cooker should preferable be cleaned immediately after use, when it is still warm (but not hot), with
warm water and soap. The soap should be rinsed away and the interior dried thoroughly. Avoid using abrasive
detergents, scourers, acidic cleaners such as lime scale remover, etc, as these could damage the enamel, and can
result in development of rust and corrosion. If stains are particularly tough to remove, use cleaners specifically
recommended to clean cookers and follow the instructions provided with the cleaner.
Never use steam cleaner for cleaning inside the cooker.
Do not clean using caustic creams, abrasive cleaning powders, thick wire wool or hard tools. Enamelled parts of the
cooker can be damaged if excess cleaning liquids are not immediately removed.
After cleaning the interior parts of the cooker with a soapy cloth, rinse it and then dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.
Clean the glass surfaces with special glass cleaning agents.
Never use flammable agents like acid, thinner or petrol when cleaning your appliance.
Do not clean your cooker with a steam cleaner.
Do not wash any part of your cooker in a dishwasher.
Enamelled Parts:
In order to keep enamelled parts as new, it is necessary to clean them frequently with mild warm soapy water and
then dry with a cloth. Do not wash them while hot and never use abrasive powders or abrasive cleaning materials. Do
not leave anything spilled onto enamelled parts for long periods of time.
Stainless Steel:
Stainless steel parts must be cleaned frequently with mildly warm soapy water and a soft sponge and then dried with
a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive powders or abrasive cleaning materials. Do not leave anything spilled onto stainless
steel parts for long periods of time.
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Care and maintenance
Care and maintenance
Looking after your appliance
Replacing the oven lamps

Disconnect the oven from the power supply at the fuse-box by means of the switch used to connect the
appliance to the electrical mains ;or unplug the appliance (gas)

Remove the glass cover of the lamp-holder by rotating anti-clockwise

Remove the lamp and replace with a lamp resistant to high temperatures
(300℃) with the following characteristics:
temperatures
(300℃)with the following characteristics:
Voltage: 220-240V
Wattage: 25W
Type: E 14
Replace the glass cover. Reconnect the appliance to the mains power supply.
Cleaning the oven door /How to remove the oven doors
For a more thorough clean, you can remove and disassemble the oven door. Proceed as follows:
Oven door structures 1 remove and assemble procedure:
 Open the door to the full extent(fig.1);

Open the lever A completely on the left and right hinges(fig.2);

Hold the door as shown in fig.3

Gently close the door(fig.3)until left and right hinge levers A are hooked to part B of the door(fig.4).

Withdraw the hinge hooks from their location following arrow C(fig.4);

Rest the door on a soft surface;

To replace the door, repeat the above steps in reverse order.
Fig.1
Fig.2
Fig.3
Fig.4
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Model
BESAW50B / BESAW50W
Voltage and frequency
220-240V AC/50Hz
Oven power
2220-2640W
Oven usable capacity
62L
Power consumption for big hot plate
(1370-1630W)x2
Power consumption for small hot plate (915-1090W)x2
Total Hot plate power consumption
4570-5440W
Total power
6790-8080W
Energy rating
A
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Product support
Help is always at hand
Troubleshooting
If you have a problem with your appliance, check the table below before calling service. You may be able to avoid a
service call by and avoid unnecessary inconvenience and expense.
For cooking problems, refer to Handling Baking Problems.
Problem
Causes
What to do
Digital Clock not set properly
Refer to digital timer instructions
120 min Timer not in “Manual”
Refer to 120 min timer instructions
Oven or grill not
position
working
Power not turned on
Switch on electricity
Household fuse blown
Check fuses
Controls incorrectly set
Reset controls
Circuit breaker tripped
Check circuit breaker
Power not turned on
Switch on electricity
Household fuse blown
Check fuses
Circuit breaker tripped
Check circuit breaker
Lamp blown or loose in socket
Replace or tighten globe
Heat
Check shelves or dishes are not preventing door closing
Oven
light
not
working
Oven
not
hot
enough
Unit
smoking
escaping
through
incorrectly
properly, Check that door is fitted properly after door removal
sealed door
for cleaning
Door seal is worn or has moved
Replace seal or refit it
Protective oils being removed
This is normal
when first used
Odour on first use of
This is normal
oven
Allow 2–4 hours for odour to dissipate (open all
windows)
120 minute timer
Timer not wound sufficiently
buzzer not audible
Oven shelf tight
Turn timer knob past 15 minute mark
Then turn to the required number of minutes
Oven shelf not inserted correctly,
Remove shelf and insert as per diagram
may be upside down or back to front
Note: Only service centers should carry out servicing. Otherwise warranty may be void.
If you require any technical guidance or find that your product is not operating as intended, a simple solution can often be found in the Troubleshooting section of these instructions,
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Product support
Help is always at hand
Help and assistance
If you require any technical guidance or find that your Freestanding Cooker is not operating as intended, a simple
solution can often be found in the Troubleshooting section of these instructions or online at
www.bush-support.com
If you still require further assistance, call one of our experts on 01759 487838. To help give us give you a fast and
efficient service please have the following information ready:
You can find these on
the rating plate - a small
information panel (usually
a sticker or metal plate) on
the rear of your appliance
Model Ref.
Serial number
This will be shown on
your receipt
Date of purchase
Local call rates applies*
Lines open 8am-7pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-4pm Sunday.
*Calls to Bush enquiry lines may attract a charge and set up fee from residential lines depending on your call plan/tariff. Mobile and other
providers costs may vary, see www.bt.com/pricing for details.
For Security and training purposes, telephone calls to and from customer service centres maybe recorded and monitored. Calls from
Republic of Ireland will attract international call charges.
or online at www.bush-support.com If you still require further assistance, call one of our experts on 01759 487838.
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Declaration of conformance to
product standards
This appliance conforms to all relavant standards
applicable to domestic appliances sold in the UK
Disposal
This appliance/fitting is marked
according to the European directive
2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of
this product.
The symbol on the product, or on the
documents accompanying the product, the
crossed out wheelie bin symbol, indicates
that this appliance/fitting may not be treated
as household waste. Instead it shall be
handed over to the applicable collection point
for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance
with local environmental regulations for waste
disposal.
For more detailed information about
treatment, recovery and recycling of this
product, please contact your local authority,
your household waste disposal service or the
retailer where you purchased the product.
If you require any technical guidance or find that your product is not operating as intended, a simple solution can often be found in the Troubleshooting section of these instructions,
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Call us now and activate your 12 month guarantee
Thank you for choosing Bush. Your new product is guaranteed against faults and
breakdowns for 12 months. Don’t forget to register it with us today so we can provide
you with our best possible after-sales service and useful updates.
www.bushregistration.co.uk
FREEPHONE*
0800 597 8548
Lines are open 8am - 8pm, 365 days a year. *Calls may be recorded and monitored.
Your Bush Guarantee
This product is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of original purchase. Any defect that arises due to
faulty materials or workmanship will be repaired free of charge (or if applicable the product will be replaced or the
purchase price refunded) where possible during this period by the dealer from who your purchased the unit.
The guarantee is subject to the following provisions:
•
The guarantee does not cover accidental damage,
misuse, cabinet parts, knobs or consumable items.
•
The product must be correctly installed and
operated in accordance with the instructions
contained in the manual.
•
It must be used solely for domestic purposes. The
guarantee will be rendered invalid if the product is
re-sold or has been damaged by inexpert repair.
•
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
•
Bush disclaim any liability for loss or damage arising
from the breakdown of the product.
•
This guarantee is in addition to and does not
diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Important Data Protection Information
To find out how we and Domestic & General Insurance Plc use your data please refer to the guarantee
registration material or visit www.bushregistrations.co.uk
or online at www.bush-support.com If you still require further assistance, call one of our experts on 01759 487838.
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Contact:
www.bush-support.com
Helpline: 01759 487838
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