Electrolux EB4PL90KCN User Manual

Electrolux EB4PL90KCN User Manual
EB4PL90KCN
EB4PL90KMS
EB4PL90KSP
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Microwave combi-oven
User Manual
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Thank you for purchasing an Electrolux appliance. You’ve chosen a product that brings
with it decades of professional experience and innovation. Ingenious and stylish, it has
been designed with you in mind. So whenever you use it, you can be safe in the
knowledge that you’ll get great results every time.
Welcome to Electrolux.
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
Always use original spare parts.
When contacting our Authorised Service Centre, ensure that you have the following data
available: Model, PNC, Serial Number.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice.
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION............................................................................... 5
1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety............................................................. 5
1.2 General Safety..................................................................................................5
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..............................................................................8
2.1 Installation.........................................................................................................8
2.2 Electrical connection.........................................................................................9
2.3 Use................................................................................................................... 9
2.4 Care and cleaning...........................................................................................10
2.5 Internal lighting............................................................................................... 10
2.6 Service............................................................................................................11
2.7 Disposal.......................................................................................................... 11
3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION...........................................................................12
3.1 General overview............................................................................................12
3.2 Accessories.................................................................................................... 12
4. HOW TO TURN OVEN ON AND OFF..........................................................13
4.1 Control panel.................................................................................................. 13
4.2 Display............................................................................................................ 13
5. BEFORE FIRST USE................................................................................... 15
5.1 Initial Cleaning ............................................................................................... 15
5.2 First connection.............................................................................................. 15
5.3 Wireless connection........................................................................................15
5.4 Software licences............................................................................................16
6. DAILY USE...................................................................................................17
6.1 How to set: Heating functions......................................................................... 17
6.2 How to use: Microwave quick start ................................................................ 17
6.3 How to set: Assisted cooking..........................................................................18
6.4 Heating functions............................................................................................ 18
7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS................................................................................... 22
7.1 Clock functions description............................................................................. 22
7.2 How to set: Clock functions............................................................................ 22
8. HOW TO USE: ACCESSORIES.................................................................. 26
8.1 Inserting accessories...................................................................................... 26
9. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS..........................................................................27
9.1 How to save: Favourites................................................................................. 27
9.2 Automatic switch-off........................................................................................27
9.3 Cooling fan......................................................................................................27
10. HINTS AND TIPS....................................................................................... 28
10.1 Cooking recommendations........................................................................... 28
10.2 Microwave recommendations ...................................................................... 28
10.3 Microwave suitable cookware and materials ............................................... 29
10.4 Recommended power settings for different kinds of food.............................30
10.5 Cooking tables for test institutes...................................................................31
11. CARE AND CLEANING............................................................................. 33
11.1 Notes on cleaning......................................................................................... 33
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11.2 How to remove: Shelf supports ....................................................................33
11.3 How to replace: Lamp...................................................................................34
12. TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................... 35
12.1 What to do if..................................................................................................35
12.2 How to manage: Error codes........................................................................ 36
12.3 Service data..................................................................................................37
13. ENERGY EFFICIENCY.............................................................................. 38
13.1 Energy saving............................................................................................... 38
14. MENU STRUCTURE.................................................................................. 39
14.1 Menu.............................................................................................................39
14.2 Submenu for: Options...................................................................................39
14.3 Submenu for: Connections........................................................................... 39
14.4 Submenu for: Setup......................................................................................40
14.5 Submenu for: Service................................................................................... 40
15. IT'S EASY!..................................................................................................42
16. TAKE A SHORTCUT!................................................................................ 44
17. GUARANTEE ............................................................................................ 45
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1.
SAFETY INFORMATION
Before the installation and use of the appliance, carefully read
the supplied instructions. The manufacturer is not responsible
for any injuries or damage that are the result of incorrect
installation or usage. Always keep the instructions in a safe
and accessible location for future reference.
1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety
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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
the use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved.
Children between 3 and 8 years of age and persons with
very extensive and complex disabilities shall be kept away
from the appliance unless continuously supervised.
Children of less than 3 years of age should be kept away
from the appliance unless continuously supervised.
Do not let children play with the appliance and mobile
devices with My Electrolux.
Keep all packaging away from children and dispose of it
appropriately.
Keep children and pets away from the appliance when it
operates or when it cools down. Accessible parts may
become hot during use.
If the appliance has a child safety device, it should be
activated.
Children shall not carry out cleaning and user maintenance
of the appliance without supervision.
1.2 General Safety
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Only a qualified person must install this appliance and
replace the cable.
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WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts become
hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid touching
heating elements.
Always use oven gloves to remove or put in accessories or
ovenware.
Before carrying out any maintenance, disconnect the
appliance from the power supply.
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before
replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Do not use the appliance before installing it in the built-in
structure.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers
to clean the glass door since they can scratch the surface,
which may result in shattering of the glass.
If the mains power supply cable is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its Authorised Service Centre
or similarly qualified persons to avoid an electrical hazard.
Do not activate the appliance when it is empty. Metal parts
inside the cavity can create electric arcing.
Metallic containers for food and beverages are not allowed
during microwave cooking. This requirement is not
applicable if the manufacturer specifies size and shape of
metallic containers suitable for microwave cooking.
WARNING: If the door or door seals are damaged, the
appliance must not be operated until it has been repaired by
a qualified person.
WARNING: Only a qualified person can carry out any
service or repair operation that involves the removal of a
cover which gives protection against exposure to microwave
energy.
WARNING: Do not heat liquids and other foods in sealed
containers. They are liable to explode.
Use only utensils that are suitable for use in microwave
ovens.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
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When heating food in plastic or paper containers, observe
the appliance due to the possibility of ignition.
The appliance is intended for heating food and beverages.
Drying of food or clothing and heating of warming pads,
slippers, sponges, damp cloth and similar may lead to risk of
injury, ignition or fire.
If smoke is emitted, switch off or unplug the appliance and
keep the door closed in order to stifle any flames.
Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed
eruptive boiling. Care must be taken when handling the
container.
The contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars shall be
stirred or shaken and the temperature checked before
consumption, in order to avoid burns.
Eggs in their shell and whole hard-boiled eggs should not be
heated in the appliance since they may explode, even after
microwave heating has ended.
The appliance should be cleaned regularly and any food
deposits removed.
Failure to maintain the appliance in a clean condition could
lead to deterioration of the surface that could adversely
affect the life of the appliance and possibly result in a
hazardous situation.
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2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 Installation
WARNING!
Only a qualified person must install this appliance.
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Remove all the packaging.
Do not install or use a damaged appliance.
Follow the installation instructions supplied with the appliance.
Always take care when moving the appliance as it is heavy. Always use safety gloves and
enclosed footwear.
Do not pull the appliance by the handle.
Install the appliance in a safe and suitable place that meets installation requirements.
Keep the minimum distance from other appliances and units.
Before mounting the appliance, check if the oven door opens without restraint.
The appliance is equipped with an electric cooling system. It must be operated with the
electric power supply.
The built-in unit must meet the stability requirements of DIN 68930.
Cabinet minimum height (Cabinet under the work‐
top minimum height)
450 (460) mm
Cabinet width
560 mm
Cabinet depth
550 (550) mm
Height of the front of the appliance
455 mm
Height of the back of the appliance
440 mm
Width of the front of the appliance
596 mm
Width of the back of the appliance
560 mm
Depth of the appliance
567 mm
Built in depth of the appliance
546 mm
Depth with open door
882 mm
Ventilation opening minimum size. Opening placed
on the bottom rear side
560x20 mm
Mounting screws
3.5x25 mm
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2.2 Electrical connection
WARNING!
Risk of fire and electric shock.
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All electrical connections should be made by a qualified electrician.
The appliance must be earthed.
Make sure that the parameters on the rating plate are compatible with the electrical ratings
of the mains power supply.
Always use a correctly installed shockproof socket.
Do not use multi-plug adapters and extension cables.
Make sure not to cause damage to the mains plug and to the mains cable. Should the mains
cable need to be replaced, this must be carried out by our Authorised Service Centre.
Do not let mains cables touch or come near the appliance door or the niche below the
appliance, especially when it operates or the door is hot.
The shock protection of live and insulated parts must be fastened in such a way that it
cannot be removed without tools.
Connect the mains plug to the mains socket only at the end of the installation. Make sure
that there is access to the mains plug after the installation.
If the mains socket is loose, do not connect the mains plug.
Do not pull the mains cable to disconnect the appliance. Always pull the mains plug.
Use only correct isolation devices: line protecting cut-outs, fuses (screw type fuses removed
from the holder), earth leakage trips and contactors.
The electrical installation must have an isolation device which lets you disconnect the
appliance from the mains at all poles. The isolation device must have a contact opening
width of minimum 3 mm.
2.3 Use
WARNING!
Risk of injury, burns and electric shock or explosion.
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This appliance is for household use only.
Do not change the specification of this appliance.
Make sure that the ventilation openings are not blocked.
Do not let the appliance stay unattended during operation.
Deactivate the appliance after each use.
Be careful when you open the appliance door while the appliance is in operation. Hot air can
release.
Do not operate the appliance with wet hands or when it has contact with water.
Do not apply pressure on the open door.
Do not use the appliance as a work surface or as a storage surface.
Open the appliance door carefully. The use of ingredients with alcohol can cause a mixture
of alcohol and air.
Do not let sparks or open flames to come in contact with the appliance when you open the
door.
Do not put flammable products or items that are wet with flammable products in, near or on
the appliance.
Do not share your Wi-Fi password.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Do not use microwave function to preheat the oven.
WARNING!
Risk of damage to the appliance.
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To prevent damage or discoloration to the enamel:
– do not put aluminium foil directly on the bottom of cavity of the appliance.
– do not put water directly into the hot appliance.
– do not keep moist dishes and food in the appliance after you finish the cooking.
– be careful when you remove or install the accessories.
Discoloration of the enamel or stainless steel has no effect on the performance of the
appliance.
Use a deep pan for moist cakes. Fruit juices cause stains that can be permanent.
This appliance is for cooking purposes only. It must not be used for other purposes, for
example room heating.
Always cook with the oven door closed.
If the appliance is installed behind a furniture panel (e.g. a door) make sure the door is never
closed when the appliance operates. Heat and moisture can build up behind a closed
furniture panel and cause subsequent damage to the appliance, the housing unit or the floor.
Do not close the furniture panel until the appliance has cooled down completely after use.
2.4 Care and cleaning
WARNING!
Risk of injury, fire, or damage to the appliance.
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Before maintenance, deactivate the appliance and disconnect the mains plug from the mains
socket.
Make sure the appliance is cold. There is the risk that the glass panels can break.
Replace immediately the door glass panels when they are damaged. Contact the Authorised
Service Centre.
Be careful when you remove the door from the appliance. The door is heavy!
Make sure the cavity and the door are wiped dry after each use. Steam produced during the
operation of the appliance condensates on cavity walls and can cause corrosion.
Clean regularly the appliance to prevent the deterioration of the surface material.
Fat and food remaining in the appliance can cause fire and electric arcing when the
microwave function operates.
Clean the appliance with a moist soft cloth. Use only neutral detergents. Do not use abrasive
products, abrasive cleaning pads, solvents or metal objects.
If you use an oven spray, follow the safety instructions on its packaging.
Do not clean the catalytic enamel (if applicable) with detergents.
2.5 Internal lighting
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock.
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The type of light bulb or halogen lamp used for this appliance is for household appliances
only. Do not use it for house lighting.
Before replacing the lamp, disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Use only lamps with the same specifications.
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2.6 Service
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To repair the appliance contact the Authorised Service Centre.
Use original spare parts only.
2.7 Disposal
WARNING!
Risk of injury or suffocation.
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Disconnect the appliance from the mains supply.
Cut off the mains electrical cable close to the appliance and dispose of it.
Remove the door catch to prevent children or pets from becoming trapped in the appliance.
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3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 General overview
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3.2 Accessories
Wire shelf
For cookware, cake tins, roasts.
Baking tray
For cakes and biscuits.
Glass baking tray
For cakes and biscuits.
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Control panel
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Display
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Heating element
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Microwave generator
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Lamp
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Fan
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Shelf support, removable
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Shelf positions
4. HOW TO TURN OVEN ON AND OFF
4.1 Control panel
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On / Off
Press and hold to turn the oven on and off.
2
Display
Shows the current settings of the oven.
3s
Press
Move
Press and hold
Touch the surface with finger‐
tip.
Slide fingertip over the sur‐
face.
Touch the surface for 3 sec‐
onds.
4.2 Display
After turning on, the display shows the main
screen with heating functions and the default
temperature.
Conventional cooking
If you do not use the oven for 2 minutes, the
display goes to standby.
13:00
+5 sec
Microwave
29sec
+10 sec
STOP
+30 sec
1000 W
When you cook, the display shows the set
functions and other available options.
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HOW TO TURN OVEN ON AND OFF
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B C D
Conventional cooking
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The display with the maximum number of func‐
tions set.
A. Menu / Back
B. Wi-Fi (selected models only)
C. Time of day
D. Information
E. Timer
F. Food sensor (selected models only)
Microwave quick start
G. START / STOP
H. Temperature / Microwave timer
I. Progress bar / Slider
J. More
K. Heating functions
Display indicators
Basic indicators - to navigate on the display.
To confirm
the selec‐
tion / set‐
ting.
To confirm the
selection / set‐
ting or to go
one level back
in the menu.
To go one level back in
the menu / undo the last
action.
To turn the options on and off.
Sound alarm function indicators - when the set time of cooking ends, the signal sounds.
The function is on.
The function is on.
Cooking stops automati‐
cally.
Sound alarm is off.
Timer indicators
To set the function: Delayed
start.
To cancel
the setting.
The timer
starts after
closing the
oven door.
The timer starts
when the oven
reaches the set
temperature.
The timer starts
when cooking
starts.
Wi-Fi indicators - the oven can be connected to Wi-Fi.
Wi-Fi connection is turned on.
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Wi-Fi connection is turned off.
5. BEFORE FIRST USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
5.1 Initial Cleaning
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Remove all accessories and
removable shelf supports from
the oven.
Clean the oven and the ac‐
cessories with a soft cloth,
warm water and a mild deter‐
gent.
Place the accessories and the
removable shelf supports in
the oven.
5.2 First connection
The display shows welcome message after the first connection.
You have to set: Language, Display brightness, Buzzer volume, Time of day, Wireless
connection.
5.3 Wireless connection
To connect the oven you need:
• Wireless network with the Internet connection.
Step 1
Turn on the oven.
Step 2
Press:
Step 3
Step 4
. Select: Settings / Connections.
- slide or press to turn on: Wi-Fi.
Choose wireless network with the Internet connection. The oven wireless module
starts within 90 sec.
Follow the instructions in "Mobile App" leaflet for the next steps.
To configure the wireless connection at any other time press
on the display.
Take a shortcut!
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BEFORE FIRST USE
Frequency
2412 - 2484 MHz
Protocol
IEEE 802.11b DSSS/802.11g/n OFDM
Max Power
EIRP < 20 dBm (100 mW)
5.4 Software licences
The oven software contains copyrighted software that is licensed under the BSD, fontconfig, FTL,
GPL-2.0, LGPL-2.0, LGPL-2.1, libJpeg, zLib/ libpng, MIT, OpenSSL / SSLEAY ISC, Apache 2.0
and others.
Check the full copy of the licence in: Settings / Service / Licence.
You can download the source code of the open source software by following the hyperlink present
on the product web page.
Look for the oven model and Wi-Fi Module Software version on http://electrolux.opensoftwarere‐
pository.com inside "NIUX" folder.
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6. DAILY USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
6.1 How to set: Heating functions
Step 1
Turn on the oven.
Step 2
Select a heating function.
The display shows the default heating functions. To see more heating functions press:
.
Step 3
Press:
. The display shows the temperature settings.
170°C
70°C
-5°C
170°C
210°C
OK
+5°C
Step 4
Move the finger on the slider to set the temperature.
Step 5
Press:
Step 6
Press:
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- press to turn off the heating function.
Step 7
Turn off the oven.
Take a shortcut!
6.2 How to use: Microwave quick start
Step 1
Press and hold:
. The microwave runs for 30 s.
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DAILY USE
Step 2
To extend the cooking time:
Press one of the time shortcuts on the
display.
+5 sec
Microwave
29sec
+10 sec
STOP
+30 sec
1000 W
Press on the running time value to go to
the time slider. Move the dot on the slider
to the chosen value.
18sec
Now
30sec
50sec
2min
OK
+60sec
The microwave can be switched on at any time with: Microwave quick start.
6.3 How to set: Assisted cooking
Every dish in this submenu has a recommended function and temperature. You can adjust the
time and the temperature.
For some of the dishes you can also cook with:
• Weight Automatic
Step 1
Press:
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Step 2
Press:
. Enter: Assisted cooking.
Step 3
Choose a dish or a food type.
Step 4
Press:
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Take a shortcut!
6.4 Heating functions
Standard heating functions
Heating function
Application
To grill thin pieces of food and to toast bread.
Grill
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DAILY USE
Heating function
Application
To roast large meat joints or poultry with bones on one shelf position. To
make gratins and to brown.
Turbo Grilling
To bake on up to two shelf positions at the same time and to dry food.Set
the temperature 20 - 40 °C lower than for Conventional Cooking.
True Fan Cooking
To make convenience food (e.g., french fries, potato wedges or spring
rolls) crispy.
Frozen Foods
To bake and roast food on one shelf position.
Conventional
Cooking
To bake pizza. To make intensive browning and a crispy bottom.
Pizza Function
To bake cakes with crispy bottom and to preserve food.
Bottom Heat
To heat and cook food.The microwave power range is from 100 - 1000 W.
Microwave
Special heating functions
Heating function
Application
To preserve vegetables (e.g., pickles).
Preserving
To dry sliced fruit, vegetables and mushrooms.
Dehydrating
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Heating function
Application
To preheat plates for serving.
Plate Warming
To speed up the rising of the yeast dough. It prevents dough surface from
drying and keeps the dough elastic.
Dough Proving
For dishes such as lasagna or potato gratin. To make gratins and to
brown.
Au Gratin
To prepare tender, succulent roasts.
Slow Cooking
To keep food warm.
Keep Warm
Use this function to prepare bread and bread rolls with a very good pro‐
fessional-like result in terms of crispiness, colour and crust gloss.
Bread Baking
Microwave heating functions
Heating function
Application
To defrost meat, fish, fruit, cakes, bread and butter. Power range is 100 200 W.
Defrost
To heat pre-prepared meals and delicate food. Power range is 300 - 700
W.
Reheat
To heat drinks and soups. Power range is 800 - 1000 W.
Liquid
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Heating function
Application
To bake on one shelf position. The function with MW boost.
True Fan Cooking
+ MW
To bake and roast food on one shelf position. The function with MW
boost.
Conventional
Cooking + MW
To cook food in a short time and to brown it. The function with MW boost.
Grill + MW
To roast large pieces of meat on one level. To make gratins and to brown.
The function with MW boost.
Turbo Grilling +
MW
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7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS
7.1 Clock functions description
Clock function
Application
Cooking time
To set the length of cooking. Maximum is 23 h 59 min.
Start criteria
To set when the timer starts counting.
End action
To set what happens when the timer ends counting.
Delayed start
To postpone the start and / or end of cooking.
Time extension
To extend cooking time.
Reminder
To set a countdown. Maximum is 23 h 59 min. This function has no ef‐
fect on the operation of the oven.
Start criteria, End action and Delayed start are not available for microwave functions.
7.2 How to set: Clock functions
How to set the clock
Step 1
Press:
Step 2
Press: Settings / Setup / Time of day.
Step 3
Slide and press to set the clock. Press:
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or .
How to set cooking time
Step 1
Choose a heating function and set the temperature.
Step 2
Press:
Step 3
Slide and press to set the clock. Press:
Timer starts counting down immediately.
Take a shortcut!
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CLOCK FUNCTIONS
How to choose cooking start / end option
Step 1
Choose a heating function and set the temperature.
Step 2
Press:
Step 3
Press:
Step 4
Press: Start criteria / End action.
Step 5
Choose the preferred: Start criteria / End action.
Step 6
Press:
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or .
- press to cancel the chosen starting or end option.
Start criteria
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Comment
The timer starts when you turn it on.
The timer starts after closing the door.
The timer starts when cooking starts.
The timer starts when the oven reaches the set temperature.
How to delay start and end of cooking
Step 1
Press:
Step 2
Slide and press to set the clock. Press:
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Take a shortcut!
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CLOCK FUNCTIONS
How to delay start without setting the end of cooking
Step 1
Set the heating function and the temperature.
Step 2
Press:
Step 3
Press:
Step 4
Press: Delayed start.
Step 5
Choose the value. Press:
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How to set extra time
When 10% of cooking time is left and the food seems not to be ready, you can extend cooking
time. You can also change the oven function.
Step 1
Press the preferred time icon to extend cooking time.
Step 2
Also, you can select the preferred heating function to change it.
What if it's better to change extra time?
It's possible to reset extra time.
Step 1
Press:
Step 2
Choose the value on the slider or press one of the preferred time icons to set the time.
Step 3
Press:
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How to change timer settings
Step 1
Choose the value on the slider or press the preferred time value to change the timer
value.
Step 2
Press:
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- resets changes.
You can change the set time during cooking at any time.
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CLOCK FUNCTIONS
How to cancel set timer
Step 1
Press:
Step 2
Press:
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Take a shortcut!
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8. HOW TO USE: ACCESSORIES
8.1 Inserting accessories
Use only suitable cookware and material. Refer to "Hints and tips" chapter, Microwave suitable
cookware and materials.
A small indentation at the top increases safety. The indentations are also anti-tip devices. The
high rim around the shelf prevents cookware from slipping of the shelf.
Wire shelf:
Push the shelf between the guide bars of
the shelf support and make sure that the
feet point down.
Baking tray:
Push the baking tray between the guide
bars of the shelf support.
Wire shelf and baking tray together:
Push the baking tray between the guide
bars of the shelf support and the wire shelf
on the guide bars above.
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9. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
9.1 How to save: Favourites
You can save your favourite settings, such as the heating function, the cooking time, the
temperature, the dish from Assisted Cooking menu or the cleaning function. You can save 3
favourite settings.
Step 1
Turn on the oven.
Step 2
Select the preferred setting.
Step 3
Press:
Step 4
Select: Save current settings.
Step 5
Press + to add the setting to the list of: Favourites. Press
. Select: Favourites.
.
- press to reset the setting.
- press to cancel the setting.
9.2 Automatic switch-off
For safety reasons the oven turns off after some time, if a heating function works and you do
not change any settings.
(°C)
(h)
30 - 115
12.5
120 - 195
8.5
200 - 230
5.5
The Automatic switch-off does not work with the functions: Light, End time, Slow Cooking.
9.3 Cooling fan
When the oven operates, the cooling fan turns on automatically to keep the surfaces of the
oven cool. If you turn off the oven, the cooling fan can continue to operate until the oven cools
down.
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10. HINTS AND TIPS
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
10.1 Cooking recommendations
The temperature and cooking times in the tables are guidelines only. They depend on the recipes
and the quality and quantity of the ingredients used.
Your oven may bake or roast differently to the oven you had before. The tables below show rec‐
ommended settings for temperature, cooking time and shelf position for specific types of the food.
If you cannot find the settings for a special recipe, look for the similar one.
For more cooking recommendations refer to cooking tables on our website. To find the Cooking
Hints check the PNC number on the rating plate on the front frame of the oven cavity.
10.2 Microwave recommendations
Let's cook!
Place the food on a plate on the bottom of the cavity.
Turn or stir the food halfway through the defrosting and cooking time.
Stir liquid dishes from time to time.
Stir the food before serving.
Cover the food for cooking and reheating.
Put the spoon to the bottle or glass when heating drinks to ensure better heat distribution.
Put the food into the oven without packaging. The packaged ready meals can be put into the oven
only when the packaging is microwave safe (check information on the packaging).
Microwave cooking
Cook food covered. If you want to keep a crust
cook food without a cover.
Do not overcook the dishes by setting the pow‐
er and time too high. The food can dry out,
burn or cause fire.
Do not use the oven to cook eggs or snails in
their shells, because they can burst. Pierce the
yolk of fried egg before reheating it.
Pierce food with skin or peel several times be‐
fore cooking.
Cut vegetables into similar-sized pieces.
After you turn off the oven, take the food out
and let it stand for a few minutes.
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Microwave defrosting
Put the frozen, unwrapped food on a small up‐
turned plate with a container below it, or on a
defrosting rack or plastic sieve so that the de‐
frosting liquid can leak out.
Remove defrosted pieces subsequently.
To cook fruit and vegetables without defrosting
them first, you can use a higher microwave
power.
HINTS AND TIPS
10.3 Microwave suitable cookware and materials
For the microwave use only suitable cookware and materials. Use below table as a reference.
Check the cookware / material specification before use.
Cookware / Material
Ovenproof glass and porcelain
with no metal components, e.g.
heat-proof glass
Non-ovenproof glass and porce‐
lain without any silver, gold, plat‐
inum or other metal decorations
X
X
Glass and glass ceramic made
of ovenproof / frost-proof materi‐
al
Ceramic and earthenware with‐
out any quartz or metal compo‐
nents and glazes which contain
metal
Ceramic, porcelain and earthen‐
ware with unglazed bottom or
with small holes, e.g. on handles
X
X
X
Heat-resistant plastic up to 200
°C
X
X
Cardboard, paper
X
X
Clingfilm
X
X
Roasting film with microwave
safe closure
X
Roasting dishes made of metal,
e.g. enamel, cast iron
X
X
X
Baking tins, black lacquer or sili‐
con-coated
X
X
X
Baking tray
X
X
X
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HINTS AND TIPS
Cookware / Material
Wire shelf
X
Cookware for microwave use,
e.g. crisp pan
X
X
X
10.4 Recommended power settings for different kinds of food
The data in the table is for guidance only.
700 - 1000 W
Cooking vegetables
Searing at the start of the cook‐
ing process
Heating liquids
500 - 600 W
Cooking egg dishes
Simmering stews
Heating one-plate
meals
Defrosting and heat‐
ing frozen meals
300 - 400 W
Melting cheese,
chocolate, butter
Simmering rice
Heating baby
food
Cooking / Heating
delicate food
Continuing
cooking
100 - 200 W
Defrosting bread
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Defrosting fruit and
cakes
Defrosting cheese,
cream, butter
Defrosting meat, fish
HINTS AND TIPS
10.5 Cooking tables for test institutes
Information for test institutes
Tests according to IEC 60705.
Use wire shelf unless otherwise specified.
MICROWAVE
FUNCTION
(W)
(kg)
Sponge cake
600
0.475
Bottom
7-9
Turn container
around by 1/4,
halfway through
the cooking time.
Meatloaf
400
0.9
2
25 - 32
Turn container
around by 1/4,
halfway through
the cooking time.
Egg custard
500
1
Bottom
18
-
Meat defrosting
200
0.5
Bottom
7-8
Turn the meat up‐
side down halfway
through the cook‐
ing time.
(min)
Use the wire shelf.
MICRO‐
WAVE
COMBI
FUNC‐
TION
(W)
(°C)
(min)
Cake, 0.7
kg
Conven‐
tional Cook‐
ing + MW
100
200
2
23 - 27
Turn container
around by 1/4,
halfway through
the cooking time.
Potato
gratin,
1.1 kg
True Fan
Cooking +
MW
300
180
2
38 - 42
Turn container
around by 1/4,
halfway through
the cooking time.
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HINTS AND TIPS
Use the wire shelf.
MICRO‐
WAVE
COMBI
FUNC‐
TION
Chicken,
1.1 kg
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Turbo Grill‐
ing + MW
(W)
(°C)
400
230
(min)
1
35 - 40
Put the meat in
round glass con‐
tainer and turn it
upside down half‐
way through the
cooking time.
11. CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
11.1 Notes on cleaning
Clean the front of the oven with a soft cloth with warm water and a mild deter‐
gent.
Use a cleaning solution to clean metal surfaces.
Cleaning
Agents
Clean stains with a mild detergent.
Clean the cavity after each use. Fat accumulation or other residue may cause
fire.
Clean the oven ceiling carefully from residue and fat.
Everyday Use
Dry the cavity with a soft cloth after each use.
Clean all accessories after each use and let them dry. Use a soft cloth with
warm water and a mild detergent. Do not clean the accessories in a dishwash‐
er.
Accessories
Do not clean the non-stick accessories using abrasive cleaner or sharp-edged
objects.
11.2 How to remove: Shelf supports
Remove the shelf supports to clean the oven.
Step 1
Turn off the oven and wait until it is cold.
Step 2
Carefully pull the shelf supports
up and out of the front catch.
Step 3
Pull the front end of the shelf
support away from the side
wall.
Step 4
Pull the supports out of the rear
catch.
1
3
2
Install the shelf supports in the opposite sequence.
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CARE AND CLEANING
11.3 How to replace: Lamp
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock.
The lamp can be hot.
Always hold the halogen lamp with a cloth to prevent grease residue from burning on the lamp.
Before you replace the lamp:
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Turn off the oven. Wait until
the oven is cold.
Disconnect the oven from the
mains.
Put a cloth on the bottom of
the cavity.
Top lamp
Step 1
Turn the glass cover to remove it.
Step 2
Clean the glass cover.
Step 3
Replace the lamp with a halogen, 230 V, 40 W, 300 °C heat-resistant lamp.
Step 4
Install the glass cover.
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12. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
12.1 What to do if...
The oven does not turn on or does not heat up
Possible cause
Remedy
The oven is not connected to an electrical sup‐
ply or it is connected incorrectly.
Check if the oven is correctly connected to the
electrical supply.
The clock is not set.
Set the clock, for details refer to "Clock Func‐
tions" chapter, How to set: Clock functions.
The door is not closed correctly.
Fully close the door.
The fuse is blown.
Make sure the fuse is the cause of the prob‐
lem. If the problem recurs, contact a qualified
electrician.
The oven Child Lock is on.
Refer to "Menu" chapter, Submenu for: Op‐
tions.
Components need to be replaced
Description
The lamp is burnt out.
Remedy
Replace the lamp, for details refer to "Care and
Cleaning" chapter, How to replace: Lamp.
Problems with Wi-Fi signal
Possible cause
Trouble with wireless network signal.
Remedy
Check your wireless network and router.
Restart the router.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problems with Wi-Fi signal
Possible cause
Remedy
New router installed or router configuration
changed.
To configure oven and mobile device again, re‐
fer to "Before first use" chapter, Wireless con‐
nection.
The wireless network signal is weak.
Move router as close to the oven as possible.
The wireless signal is disrupted by a micro‐
wave appliance placed near the oven.
Turn off the microwave appliance.
12.2 How to manage: Error codes
When the software error occurs, the display shows error message.
In this section, you will find the list of the problems that you can handle on your own.
Code and description
Remedy
F240, F439 - the touch fields on the display do
not work properly.
Clean the surface of the display. Make sure
there is no dirt on the touch fields.
F601 - there is a problem with Wi-Fi signal.
Check your network connection. Refer to "Be‐
fore first use" chapter, Wireless connection.
F604 - the first connection to Wi-Fi failed.
Turn the oven off and on and try again. Refer to
"Before first use" chapter, Wireless connection.
F908 - the oven system cannot connect with
the control panel.
Turn the oven off and on.
When one of these error messages continues to appear on the display, it means a faulty
subsystem may have been disabled. In such a case contact your dealer or an Authorized
Service Centre. If one of these errors occurs, the rest of the oven functions will continue to work
as usually.
Code and description
F131 - the temperature of magnetron sensor is
too high.
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Remedy
Turn the oven off and wait until it cools down.
Turn the oven on again.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Code and description
F602, F603 - Wi-Fi is not available.
Remedy
Turn the oven off and on.
12.3 Service data
If you cannot find a solution to the problem yourself, contact your dealer or an Authorised
Service Centre.
The necessary data for the service centre is on the rating plate. The rating plate is on the front
frame of the oven cavity. Do not remove the rating plate from the oven cavity.
We recommend that you write the data here:
Model (MOD.)
.........................................
Product number (PNC)
.........................................
Serial number (S.N.)
.........................................
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13. ENERGY EFFICIENCY
13.1 Energy saving
The oven contains features which help you save energy during everyday cooking.
Make sure that the oven door is closed properly when the oven operates. Do not open the door
too often during cooking. Keep the door gasket clean and make sure it is well fixed in its
position.
Use metal cookware to improve energy saving (only when you use a non-microwave function).
When possible, do not preheat the oven before cooking.
Keep breaks between baking as short as possible when you prepare a few dishes at one time.
Cooking with fan
When possible, use the cooking functions with fan to save energy.
Residual heat
If a programme with the Duration or End Time selection is activated and the cooking time is
longer than 30 minutes, the heating elements automatically turn off earlier in some oven
functions.
The fan and lamp continue to operate. When you turn off the oven, the display shows the
residual heat. You can use that heat to keep the food warm.
When the cooking duration is longer than 30 minutes, reduce the oven temperature to minimum
3 - 10 minutes before the end of cooking. The residual heat inside the oven will continue to
cook.
Use the residual heat to warm up other dishes.
Keep food warm
Choose the lowest possible temperature setting to use residual heat and keep a meal warm.
The residual heat indicator or temperature appears on the display.
Cooking with the lamp off
Turn off the lamp during cooking. Turn it on only when you need it.
Standby mode
After 2 minutes the display goes to standby mode.
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14. MENU STRUCTURE
14.1 Menu
Press
to open Menu.
Choose dish
Cleaning
Options
Menu item
Application
Favourites
Lists the favourite settings.
Assisted cooking
Lists automatic programmes.
Options
To set the oven configuration.
Settings
Connections
To set the network configuration.
Setup
To set the oven configuration.
Service
Shows the software version and con‐
figuration.
14.2 Submenu for: Options
Submenu
Application
Light
Turns the lamp on and off.
Lamp icon visible
Lamp icon appears on the screen.
Child lock
Prevents accidental activation of the oven. When the option
is on, the text "Child Lock" appears on the display when you
turn on the oven. To enable the oven use, choose the code
letters in the alphabetical order.
Fast heat up
Shortens heat up time. It is available only for some of the
oven functions.
14.3 Submenu for: Connections
Submenu
Description
Wi-Fi
To enable and disable: Wi-Fi.
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MENU STRUCTURE
Submenu
Description
Remote operation
To enable and disable remote control.
Option visible only after you turn on: Wi-Fi.
Network
To check network status and the signal power of: Wi-Fi.
Auto remote operation
To start remote operation automatically after pressing
START.
Option visible only after you turn on: Wi-Fi.
Forget network
To disable current network from auto connection with the
oven.
14.4 Submenu for: Setup
Submenu
Description
Language
Sets the oven language.
Time of day
Sets the current time and date.
Time indication
Turns the clock on and off.
Digital clock style
Changes the format of the displayed time indication.
Key tones
Turns the tone of the touch fields on and off. It is not possi‐
ble to mute the tones for:
,
.
Alarm / Error tones
Turns the alarm tones on and off.
Buzzer volume
Sets the volume of key tones and signals.
Display brightness
Sets the display brightness.
14.5 Submenu for: Service
Submenu
Description
Demo mode
Activation / deactivation code: 2468
Licence
Information about licenses.
Software version
Information about software version.
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MENU STRUCTURE
Submenu
Description
Reset all settings
Restores factory settings.
Reset all popups
Restores all pop-ups to the original settings.
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15. IT'S EASY!
Before first use you have to set:
Language
Display bright‐
ness
Buzzer volume
Wireless connec‐
tion
Time of day
Familiarize yourself with the basic icons on the control panel and the display:
On / Off
Menu /
Back
/
Wi-Fi
Information
More
Timer
Start using the oven
Quick start
Turn on the
oven and start
cooking with the
default tempera‐
ture and time of
the function.
Step 1
Step 2
Press and hold
Set the oven
Quick Off
Turn off the
oven at any
time, any screen
or message.
Press and hold
Quick MW
Start Microwave
at any time with
the default set‐
tings: 30 sec /
1000W.
Press
.
Step 3
function
.
Press
.
until the oven turns off.
.
Start cooking
Step 1
Turn on the
oven.
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
Press the
function.
Press to go
to the tem‐
perature set‐
tings.
Move the fin‐
ger on the
slider to set
the tempera‐
ture.
Press to con‐
firm.
Press to start
cooking.
Get to know how to cook quickly
Use the automatic programmes to prepare a dish quickly with the default settings:
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IT'S EASY!
Get to know how to cook quickly
Assisted cooking
Step 1
Press
.
Step 2
Step 3
Press
Assisted
cooking.
Choose the dish.
Use quick functions to set the cooking time or change the cooking function
Quick timer settings
Use the most used timer settings by choosing
from the shortcuts.
Step 1
10% Finish assist
Use 10% Finish assist to add extra time or
change cooking function when 10% of the
cooking time is left.
To extend the cooking time press the preferred
Press
Step 2
Press the preferred
timer value.
.
time icon:
+1 min +5 min +10 min
.
Change function:
Press preferred function
.
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16. TAKE A SHORTCUT!
Here you can see all the useful shortcuts. You can also find them in the dedicated chapters in
the user manual.
Wireless connection
How to set: Heating functions
How to set: Assisted cooking
How to set: Cooking time
How to delay: Start and end of cooking
How to cancel: Set Timer
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17.
CH
GUARANTEE
Customer Service Centres
Point of Service
Industriestrasse 10
5506 Mägenwil
Le Trési 6
1028 Préverenges
Via Violino 11
6928 Manno
Morgenstrasse 131
3018 Bern
Langgasse 10
9008 St. Gallen
Am Mattenhof 4a/b
6010 Kriens
Schlossstrasse 1
4133 Pratteln
Comercialstrasse 19
7000 Chur
Spare parts service Industriestrasse 10, 5506 Mägenwil, Tel. 0848 848 111
Specialist advice/Sale Badenerstrasse 587, 8048 Zürich, Tel. 044 405 81 11
Warranty For each product we provide a two-year guarantee from the date of purchase or
delivery to the consumer (with a guarantee certificate, invoice or sales receipt serving as proof).
The guarantee covers the costs of materials, labour and travel. The guarantee will lapse if the
operating instructions and conditions of use are not adhered to, if the product is incorrectly
installed, or in the event of damage caused by external influences, force majeure, intervention
by third parties or the use of non-genuine components.
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18. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
Recycle materials with the symbol . Put the packaging in relevant containers to recycle it.
Help protect the environment and human health by recycling waste of electrical and electronic
appliances. Do not dispose of appliances marked with the symbol with the household waste.
Return the product to your local recycling facility or contact your municipal office.
For Switzerland:
Where should you take your old equipment?
Anywhere that sells new equipment or hand it in to official SENS collection points or official
SENS recycling firms.
The list of official SENS collection points can be found at www.erecycling.ch
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