Bush BS60ELB ELEC Instruction manual

Bush BS60ELB ELEC Instruction manual
Instruction Manual
Electrical Freestanding Oven
BS60ELW
BS60ELB
You’ll soon be enjoying your new 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
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Contents
1
Safety information
2
6
Safety information
6
7
Getting to know your cooker
Ready? Let’s begin
12
Product features
13
Control panel
3
Installing your cooker
Installatıon and preparatıon for use
16
Electrical connection and safety
17
Anti-tilting kit
18
Care and maintenance
Cleaning
32
Maintenance
33
Product support
Troubleshooting
36
Transport
36
Help and assistance
37
Information about transportation
38
Disposal
38
Guarantee
39
Adjusting the feet
4
5
Functions
Hob controls
22
Oven functions
23
Using your cooker
Accessories
26
Energy fiche
27
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Safety information
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Safety information
Important - Please read these instructions fully before installing or operating
•
Carefully read all instructions before using your
appliance and keep them in a convenient place for
reference when necessary.
•
During use the appliance will get hot. Care should
be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside
the oven.
•
This manual has been prepared for more than one
model therefore your appliance may not have some
of the features described within. For this reason, it is
important to pay particular attention to any figures
whilst reading the operating manual.
•
Handles may become hot after a short period of
time during use.
•
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or scourers to
clean oven surfaces. They can scratch the surfaces
which may result in shattering of the door glass or
damage to surfaces.
•
Do not use steam cleaners to clean the appliance.
General safety warnings
•
This appliance can be used by children aged from
8 years and above and by 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 should not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance should
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. Keep children less than 8
years of age away unless they are continually
supervised.
WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob
with fat or oil can be dangerous and may result in fire.
NEVER try to extinguish such a fire with water, but
switch off the appliance and cover the flame with a lid
or a fire blanket.
WARNING: To avoid the possibility of electric
shocks, make sure that the appliance is switched off
before replacing the lamp.
CAUTION: Accessible parts may be hot when
cooking or grilling. Keep young children away from the
appliance when it is in use.
•
Your appliance is produced in accordance with all
applicable local and international standards and
regulations.
•
Maintenance and repair work should only be carried
out by authorised service technicians. Installation
and repair work that is carried out by unauthorised
technicians may be dangerous. Do not alter or
modify the specifications of the appliance in any
way. Inappropriate hob guards can cause accidents.
•
Before connecting your appliance, make sure
that the local distribution conditions (nature of
the gas and gas pressure or electricity voltage and
frequency) and the specifications of the appliance
are compatible. The specifications for this appliance
are stated on the label.
•
CAUTION: This appliance is designed only for
cooking food and is intended for indoor domestic
household use only. It should not be used for any
other purpose or in any other application, such as
for non-domestic use, in a commercial
environment or for heating a room.
•
Do not use
the oven
door handles
to lift or
move the
appliance.
WARNING: Danger of fire: Do not store items
on the cooking surfaces.
WARNING: If the surface is cracked, switch
off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric
shock.
•
For models which incorporate a hob lid, clean any
spillages off the lid before use and allow the cooker
to cool before closing the lid.
•
Do not operate the appliance with an external timer
or separate remote-control system.
WARNING: To prevent the appliance tipping, the
stabilising brackets must be installed. (For detailed
information refer to the anti-tilting kit set guide.)
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Safety information
Safety information
Important - Please read these instructions fully before installing or operating
•
•
•
All possible measures have been taken to ensure
your safety. Since the glass may break, care should
be taken while cleaning to avoid scratching. Avoid
hitting or knocking the glass with accessories.
Make sure that the supply cord is not trapped or
damaged during installation. If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
its service agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to prevent a hazard.
Do not let children climb on the oven door or sit on
it while it is open.
Installation warnings
•
•
•
Do not operate the appliance before it is fully
installed.
The appliance must be installed by an authorised
technician. The manufacturer is not responsible
for any damage that might be caused by incorrect
placement and installation by unauthorised people.
When the appliance is unpacked, make sure that
it has not been damaged during transportation.
In the case of a defect, do not use the appliance
and contact a qualified service agent immediately.
The materials used for packaging (nylon, staplers,
styrofoam, etc.) may be harmful to children and
they should be collected and removed immediately.
• Protect your appliance from the atmosphere. Do
not expose it to sun, rain, snow, dust or excessive
humidity.
•
Materials around the appliance (i.e. cabinets) must
be able to withstand a minimum temperature of
100°C.
During use
•
When you first use your oven you may notice a
slight smell. This is perfectly normal and is caused
by the insulation materials on the heater elements.
We suggest that, before using your oven for the
first time, you leave it empty and set it at maximum
temperature for 45 minutes. Make sure that the
environment in which the product is installed is well
ventilated.
•
Take care when opening the oven door during or
after cooking. The hot steam from the oven may
cause burns.
•
Do not put flammable or combustible materials in
or near the appliance when it is operating.
•
Always use oven gloves to remove and replace food
in the oven.
Do not leave the cooker unattended when
cooking with solid or liquid oils. They may catch fire
under extreme heating conditions. Never pour water
on to flames that are caused by oil, instead switch the
cooker off and cover the pan with its lid or a fire
blanket.
•
Always position pans over the centre of the cooking
zone, and turn the handles to a safe position so they
cannot be knocked.
•
If the product will not be used for a long period of
time, turn the main control switch off. Turn the gas
valve off when gas appliances are not in use.
•
Make sure the appliance control knobs are always
in the “0” (stop) position when the appliance is not
in use.
•
The trays incline when pulled out. Take care not to
spill or drop hot food when removing it from the
oven.
•
Do not place anything on the oven door when it is
open. This could unbalance the oven or damage
the door.
•
Do not place heavy or flammable items (e.g. nylon,
plastic bags, paper, cloth, etc.) into the drawer. This
includes cookware with plastic accessories (e.g.
handles).
CAUTION: The inside surface of the storage
compartment may get hot when the appliance is in
use. Avoid touching the inside surface.
•
Do not hang towels, dishcloths or clothes from the
appliance or its handles.
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Safety information
Important - Please read these instructions fully before installing or operating
During cleaning and maintenance
•
Make sure that your appliance is turned off at
the mains before carrying out any cleaning or
maintenance operations.
•
Do not remove the control knobs to clean the
control panel.
•
To maintain the efficiency and safety of your
appliance, we recommend you always use original
spare parts and to call our authorised service agents
when needed.
CE Declaration of conformity
We declare that our products meet the
applicable European Directives,
Decisions and Regulations and the
requirements listed in the standards
referenced.
This appliance has been designed to be used only for
home cooking. Any other use (such as heating a room)
is improper and dangerous.
The operating instructions apply to several
models. You may notice differences between these
instructions and your model.
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Safety information
Safety information
Important - Please read these instructions fully before installing or operating
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Safety information
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Getting to know your Cooker
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Getting to know your 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 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.
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Getting to know your Cooker
You’ll be up and running in no time
List of components
Product features
Important: Specifications for the product vary and
the appearance of your appliance may differ from
that shown in the figures below.
1
2
3
Accessorries
4
The Deep Tray, Wire Grid and
Handle Set
The Wire Grid
5
1.
Cooktop
2.
Control Panel
3.
Oven Door Handle
4.
Oven Door
5.
Adjustable Feet
Control panel
6
7
8
8
8
8
6. Oven control knob
7. Oven thermostat knob
8.
Hob control knob
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Installing your Cooker
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Installing your Cooker
Bringing it all together
from the sides of appliance for air circulation.
Installatıon and preparatıon for use
WARNING : This appliance must be installed by an
authorised service person or qualified technician,
according to the instructions in this guide and in
compliance with the current local regulations.
•
•
•
Incorrect installation may cause harm and
damage, for which the manufacturer accepts no
responsibility and the warranty will not be valid.
Prior to installation, ensure that the local distribution
conditions (electricity voltage and frequency and/
or nature of the gas and gas pressure) and the
adjustments of the appliance are compatible. The
adjustment conditions for this appliance are stated
on the label.
•
There should be a minimum 2cm blank space
around the appliance for air circulation.
•
If a cooker hood or cupboard is to be installed
above the appliance, the safety distance between
cooktop and any cupboard/cooker hood should be
as shown below.
A (mm)
420
B (mm) Cooker Hood/Cupboard
650/700
C (mm)
20
D (mm)
Product Width
E (mm)
50
The laws, ordinances, directives and standards in
force in the country of use are to be followed (safety
regulations, proper recycling in accordance with the
regulations, etc.).
Instructions for the Installer
General instructions
•
After removing the packaging material from the
appliance and its accessories, ensure that the
appliance is not damaged. If you suspect any
damage, do not use it and contact an authorised
service person or qualified technician immediately.
•
Make sure that there are no flammable or
combustible materials in the close vicinity, such as
curtains, oil, cloth etc. which may catch fire.
•
The worktop and furniture surrounding the
appliance must be made of materials resistant to
temperatures above 100°C.
•
The appliance should not be installed directly above
a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine or
clothes dryer.
•
The appliance can be placed close to other
furniture on condition that, in the area where the
appliance is set up, the furniture’s height does not
exceed the height of the cooktop.
Installation of the cooker
•
If the kitchen furniture is higher than the cooktop,
the kitchen furniture must be at least 10 cm away
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Installing your Cooker
Bringing it all together
A
B
C
C
E
D
Electrical connection and safety
WARNING: The electrical connection of this
appliance should be carried out by an authorised
service person or qualified electrician, according to the
instructions in this guide and in compliance with the
current local regulations.
•
The supply cord should be kept away from hot
parts of the appliance and must not be bent or
compressed. Otherwise the cord may be damaged,
causing a short circuit.
•
If the appliance is not connected to the mains with
a plug, a multi-pole isolator switch (with at least 3
mm contact spacing) must be used in order to meet
the safety regulations.
•
The appliance is designed for a power supply of
220-240 V~. If your supply is different, contact the
authorized service personnel or qualified electrician.
•
The power cable (H05VV-F) must be long enough
to be connected to the appliance.
•
The fused switch must be easily accessible once the
appliance has been installed.
•
Ensure all connections are adequately tightened.
•
Fix the supply cable in the cable clamp and then
close the cover.
•
The terminal box connection is placed on the
terminal box.
WARNING: THE APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
• Before connecting the appliance to the power
supply, the voltage rating of the appliance (stamped
on the appliance identification plate) must be
checked for correspondence to the available mains
supply voltage, and the mains electric wiring should
be capable of handling the appliance’s power rating
(also indicated on the identification plate).
•
•
During installation, please ensure that isolated
cables are used. An incorrect connection could
damage your appliance. If the mains cable is
damaged and needs to be replaced this should be
done by a qualified personnel.
Do not use adaptors, multiple sockets and/or
extension leads.
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Installing your Cooker
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Green/Yellow (Earth) wire to the terminal marked
"PE".
•
Brown (Live) wire to the terminal marked "L".
•
Blue (Neutral) wire to the terminal marked "N".
•
For this connection, a ‘Twin and Earth 6242Y’ type
cable should be used.
Anti-tilting kit
1
2
Screw
(x1)
Anti-tilting Bracket
3
Dowel
(x1)
(x1) (will be attached
to the wall)
The document bag contains an anti-tilting kit. Loosely
attach the anti-tilting bracket (1) to the wall using the
screw (2) and dowel (3), following the measurements
shown in the figure and table below. Adjust the height
of the anti-tilting bracket so that it lines up with the
slot on the cooker and tighten the screw. Push the
appliance towards the wall making sure that the antitilting bracket is inserted into the slot on the rear of the
appliance.
A
Wall Antitilting
bracket
B
Product Dimensions
(Width X Depth X Height) (Cm)
A (mm)
B (mm)
60x60x90 (Double Oven)
297.5
52
50x60x90 (Double Oven)
247.5
52
90x60x85
430
107
60x60x90
309.5
112
60x60x85
309.5
64
50x60x90
247.5
112
50x60x85
247.5
64
50x50x90
247.5
112
50x50x85
247.5
64
Adjusting the feet
Your product stands on four adjustable feet. For safe
operation, it is important that your appliance is correctly
balanced. Make sure the appliance is level prior to
cooking. To increase the height of the appliance, turn
the feet anti-clockwise. To decrease the height of the
appliance, turn the feet clockwise.
It is possible to raise the height of the appliance up to
30 mm by adjusting the feet. The appliance is heavy
and we recommend that a minimum of 2 people lift it.
Never drag the appliance.
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Installing your Cooker
Bringing it all together
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Functions
4
Functions
Simple everyday use
Hob controls
Ceramic heater
The ceramic heater is controlled by a 6 position knob.
The ceramic heater is operated by turning the control
knob to the required setting. Near each control knob is
a symbol which indicates the heater that is controlled
by that knob. The on/off light on the control panel will
show if any of the ceramic heaters are in use.
If the power supply to the hob is disconnected while
the residual heat indicator is on, the warning light will
flash when the power is reconnected. The display will
flash until the residual heat has decreased or until one
of the cooking zones is activated.
Hints and tips
Important: When ceramic heaters are operated in
higher heat settings, the heated areas may be seen
switching on and off. This is due to a safety device
which prevents the glass from overheating. This is
normal at high temperatures, causing no damage to
the hob and little delay in cooking times.
WARNING:
Knob Position
Function
0
Off position
1
Keep warm position
2-3
Heating position at low heat
4-5-6
Cooking, roasting and boiling
position
•
Never operate the hob without pans on the cooking
zone.
•
Use only flat saucepans with a sufficiently thick
base.
•
Make sure the bottom of the pan is dry before
placing it on the hob.
•
While the cooking zone is in operation, it is
important to ensure that the pan is centred correctly
above the zone.
•
In order to conserve energy, never use a pan with a
different diameter to the hotplate being used.
Important: The knob rotation direction may differ
according to the product specification.
Dual and oval heaters (if available)
Dual and oval heaters have two heating zones. To
activate the outer zone of a dual/oval heater, turn the
knob to position. Both outer zones will switch on.
Circular Saucepan
Base
To deactivate the outer zone of a dual/oval heater, turn
the knob to the ‘Off’ position. Both outer zones will
switch off.
Residual heat indicator (if available)
After using the hob there will be heat stored in the
vitroceramic glass called residual heat. If the residual
heat level is greater than +60°C, the residual heat
indicator will be active for the cooking zone which is
above this temperature.
Small Saucepan
Diameter
•
Saucepan base that
has not settled
Do not use pans with rough bottoms since these
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Functions
Functions
Simple everyday use
can scratch the glass ceramic surface.
•
If possible, always place lids on the pans.
•
The temperature of accessible parts may become
high while the appliance is operating. Keep
children and animals well away from the hob
during operation and until it has fully cooled after
operation.
•
If you notice a crack on the cooktop, it must
be switched off immediately and replaced by
authorised service personnel.
Oven function control knob
Turn the knob to the corresponding symbol of the
desired cooking function. For the details of different
functions see ´Oven Functions`.
Oven thermostat knob
After selecting a cooking function, turn this knob to set
the desired temperature. The oven thermostat light will
illuminate whenever the thermostat is in operation to
heat up the oven or maintain the temperature.
Oven Functions
* The functions of your oven may be different due to
the model of your product.
Defrost Function: The oven’s
warning lights will switch on and the
fan will start to operate. To use the
defrost function, place your frozen
food in the oven on a shelf in the
third slot from the bottom. It is
recommended that you place an oven tray under the
defrosting food to catch the water accumulated due to
melting ice. This function will not cook or bake your
food, it will only help to defrost it.
Grilling Function: The oven’s
thermostat and warning lights will
switch on, and the grill heating
element will start operating. This
function is used for grilling and
toasting foods on the upper shelves
of the oven. Lightly brush the wire grid with oil to stop
food sticking and place food in the centre of the grid.
Always place a tray beneath the food to catch any drips
of oil or fat. It is recommended that you preheat the
oven for about 10 minutes.
Warning: When grilling, the oven door must be
closed and the oven temperature should be
adjusted to 190°C.
Grill and Fan Function: The oven’s
thermostat and warning lights will
switch on, and the grill heating
element and fan will start operating.
This function is ideal for grilling
thicker food. Use the upper shelves
of oven, lightly brush the wire grid with oil to stop food
sticking and place food in the centre of the grid. Always
place a tray beneath the food to catch any drips of oil
or fat.
Warning: When grilling, the oven door must be
closed and the oven temperature should be
adjusted to 190°C.
Turbo Function: The oven’s
thermostat and warning lights will
switch on, and the ring heating
element and fan will start operating.
The turbo function evenly disperses
the heat in the oven so all food on all racks will cook
evenly. It is recommended that you preheat the oven
for about 10 minutes.
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Using your Cooker
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Using your Cooker
Getting the most from your appliance
Accessorries
The deep tray, wire grid and handle set
The grill pan set is best used for grilling steaks and
similar foods.
WARNING: The grill pan has a detachable handle.
Make sure when using the grill pan handle that it is
centralised and secure, as shown in the figure below.
Use two hands to hold the grill pan handle. Do not
leave the handle in position while grilling is in
operation.
The wire grid
The wire grid is best used for grilling or for processing
food in oven-friendly containers.
WARNING
The wire grid is used for grilling or for processing
food in other containers.
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Getting the most from your appliance
Energy fiche
Brand
BS60ELW
Model
BS60ELB
Type of Oven
Mass
ELECTRIC
kg
40(+/-2)
Energy Efficiency Index - conventional
-
Energy Efficiency Index - fan forced
105,7
Energy Class
A
Energy consumption (electricity) - conventional
kWh/cycle
-
Energy consumption (electricity) - fan forced
kWh/cycle
0,87
Number of cavities
1
Heat Source
Volume
ELECTRIC
l
65
This oven complies with EN 60350-1
Energy Saving Tips
Oven
- Cook the meals together, if possible.
- Keep the pre-heating time short.
- Do not elongate cooking time.
- Do not forget to turn-off the oven at the end of cooking.
- Do not open oven door during cooking period.
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Using your Cooker
Getting the most from your appliance
Brand
BS60ELW
Model
BS60ELB
Type of Hob
Electric
Number of Cooking Zones
4
Heating Technology-1
Size-1
Energy Consumption-1
Radiant
cm
Ø14,5
Wh/kg
192,0
Heating Technology-2
Size-2
Energy Consumption-2
Radiant
cm
Ø14,5
Wh/kg
192,0
Heating Technology-3
Size-3
Radiant
cm
Energy Consumption-3
Wh/kg
Heating Technology-4
Size-4
Ø18,0
192,0
Radiant
cm
Ø18,0
Energy Consumption-4
Wh/kg
192,0
Energy Consumption of Hob
Wh/kg
192,0
This hob complies with EN 60350-2
Energy Saving Tips
Hob
- Use cookwares having flat base.
- Use cookwares with proper size .
- Use cookwares with lid.
- Minimize the amount of liquid or fat.
- When liquid starts boiling , reduce the setting.
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Care and maintenance
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Care and maintenance
Looking after your appliance
shock, switch off the appliance and call for service.
Cleaning
WARNING: Switch off the appliance and allow it to
cool before cleaning is to be carried out.
•
General Instructions
•
•
Check whether the cleaning materials are
appropriate and recommended by the
manufacturer before use on your appliance.
Use cream cleaners or liquid cleaners which do
not contain particles. Do not use caustic (corrosive)
creams, abrasive cleaning powders, rough wire
wool or hard tools as they may damage the cooker
surfaces.
Use a cream or liquid cleaner to clean the
vitroceramic glass. Then, rinse and dry the glass
thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Do not use cleaning materials meant for steel as
they may damage the glass.
•
Spilt sugary or sweet foods must be cleaned
immediately after the glass has cooled.
•
Dust on the surface must be cleaned with a wet
cloth.
•
Any changes in colour to the ceramic glass will not
affect the structure or durability of the ceramic and
is not due to a change in the material.
Do not use cleaners that contain particles, as they
may scratch the glass, enamelled and/or painted
parts of your appliance.
Colour changes to the ceramic glass may be for a
number of reasons:
•
1. Spilt food has not been cleaned off the surface.
Should any liquids overflow, clean them
immediately to avoid parts becoming damaged.
Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning any part of
the appliance.
Cleaning the inside of the oven
•
The inside of enamelled ovens are best cleaned
while the oven is warm.
•
Wipe the oven with a soft cloth soaked in soapy
water after each use. Then, wipe the oven over
again with a wet cloth and dry it.
•
You may need to use a liquid cleaning material
occasionally to completely clean the oven.
2. Using incorrect dishes on the hob will erode the
surface.
3. Using the wrong cleaning materials.
Cleaning the glass parts
•
Clean the glass parts of your appliance on a regular
basis.
•
Use a glass cleaner to clean the inside and outside
of the glass parts. Then, rinse and dry them
thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Cleaning the enamelled parts
•
Clean the enamelled parts of your appliance on a
regular basis.
•
Wipe the enamelled parts with a soft cloth soaked in
soapy water. Then, wipe them over again with a wet
cloth and dry them.
Do not clean the enamelled parts while they are
still hot from cooking.
Cleaning the ceramic glass
Ceramic glass can hold heavy utensils but may be
broken if it is hit with a sharp object.
WARNING : Ceramic Cooktops - if the surface is
cracked, to avoid the possibility of an electric
Do not leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salt, water,
lemon or tomato juice on the enamel for a long
time.
Cleaning the stainless steel parts (if
available)
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Clean the stainless steel parts of your appliance on
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Care and maintenance
Care and maintenance
Looking after your appliance
a regular basis.
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Wipe the stainless steel parts with a soft cloth
soaked in only water. Then, dry them thoroughly
with a dry cloth.
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Do not clean the stainless steel parts while they
are still hot from cooking.
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Do not leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salt, water,
lemon or tomato juice on the stainless steel for
a long time.
Removal of the oven door
Before cleaning the oven door glass, you must remove
the oven door, as shown below.
1. Open the oven door.
Maintenance
WARNING: The maintenance of this appliance
should be carried out by an authorised service
person or qualified technician only.
Changing the oven lamp
WARNING: Switch off the appliance and allow it to
cool before cleaning your appliance.
2. Open the saddle bracket (a) (with the aid of a
screwdriver) up to the end position.
a
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Remove the glass lens, then remove the bulb.
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Insert the new bulb (resistant to 300 °C) to replace
the bulb that you removed (230 V, 15-25 Watt, Type
E14).
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Replace the glass lens, and your oven is ready for
use.
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The lamp is designed specifically for use in
household cooking appliances. It is not
suitable for household room illumination.
3. Close the door until it almost reaches the fully closed
position and remove the door by pulling it towards you.
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Troubleshooting
If you still have a problem with your appliance after checking these basic troubleshooting steps, please
contact an authorised service person or qualified technician.
Possible Cause
Solution
The hob or cooking
zones cannot be
switched on.
Problem
There is no power supply.
Check the household fuse for the appliance.
Check whether there is a power cut by trying other
electronic appliances.
Oven does not
switch on.
Power is switched off.
Check whether there is power supplied. Also check that
other kitchen appliances are working.
No heat or oven
does not warm up.
Oven temperature control is incorrectly
set.
Oven door has been left open.
Check the oven temperature control knob is set
correctly.
Cooking is uneven
within the oven.
Oven shelves are incorrectly positioned.
Check that the recommended temperatures and shelf
positions are being used.
Do not frequently open the door unless you are cooking
things that need to be turned. If you open the door
often, the interior temperature will be lower and this
may affect the results of your cooking.
Oven light (if
available) does not
operate.
Lamp has failed.
Electrical supply is disconnected or
switched off.
Replace lamp according to the instructions.
Make sure the electrical supply is switched on at the wall
socket outlet.
The timer buttons
cannot be pressed
properly.
There is foreign matter caught between
the timer buttons.
Touch model: there is moisture on the
control panel.
The key lock function is set.
Remove the foreign matter and try again.
Remove the moisture and try again.
Check whether the key lock function is set.
The oven fan (if
available) is noisy.
Oven shelves are vibrating.
Check that the oven is level.
Check that the shelves and any bake ware are not
vibrating or in contact with the oven back panel.
Transport
If you need to transport the product, use the original product packaging and carry it using its original case. Follow
the transport signs on the packaging. Tape all independent parts to the product to prevent damaging the product
during transport.
If you do not have the original packaging, prepare a carriage box so that the appliance, especially the external
surfaces of the product, is protected against external threats.
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Help and assistance
If you require any technical guidance or find that your Cooker is not operating as intended, a simple solution can
often be found in the Troubleshooting section of these instructions or online at
www.argos-support.co.uk
If you still require further assistance, call one of our experts on 0345 604 0105*. 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
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Lines open 8am-7pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-4pm Sunday.
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Information about transportation
Disposal
Keep the original packaging materials in a safe place.
Transport the product by using its original packaging.
Follow the instructions that are printed on the
packaging.
If you do not have the original packaging materials,
take the necessary precautions in order to prevent the
exterior panels, and the glass surfaces of the product
from being damaged.
•
The symbol on the product or on its
packaging indicates that this product 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.
•
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.
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For more detailed information about recycling of
this product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
The product must be transported upright position.
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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.
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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:
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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.
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Bush disclaim any liability for loss or damage arising
from the breakdown of the product.
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This guarantee is in addition to and does not
diminish your statutory or legal rights.
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You are entitled to ask for a copy of the information
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