Nordmende DOU302BL, DOU302IX User manual

Nordmende DOU302BL, DOU302IX User manual
MODEL: E72A
BUILT-IN ELECTRIC OVENS
Installation and operating instructions
Dear Customer,
Thank you for selecting one of our products. We are certain it will respond fully to
your needs and expectations, giving perfect results every time.
Please read this manual carefully. The instructions it contains will enable you to
use the appliance correctly and to best advantage.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage to persons or property caused by
incorrect and unsuitable installation.
The manufacturer reserves the right to apply such modifications to the appliance
as are deemed appropriate, without any obligation to notify customers in advance.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
- To avoid any possible hazard, the appliance may be installed by qualified personnel
only.
- Any repairs by unqualified persons may result in electric shock or short circuit. In
order to avoid possible injuries to your body or to the appliance, do not attempt
any repairs by qualified service personnel.
- Hot fat is highly inflammable, so pay extra attention when preparing food with
greas or oil.
- Warning! Never let small children in the vicinity of the oven; they are not yet
aware of danger of burns. Older children may use the appliance only under your
surveillance.
- The inside of the oven, also places of potential danger for children.
- Danger of burns! Oven and cooking accessories may become very hot during
operation. To avoid burns use kitchen clothes and gloves when handling hot parts
or utensils.
- Mains leak of adjacent appliances may be damaged by hotplates or if stuck
between the oven doors, and produce short circuit, therefore keep them at safe
distance from the appliance.
- Take extra precautions when grilling. Intensive heat from infrared heater
makes the oven and the accessories extremely hot. Use protective gloves
and barbecue accessories!
- Perforated roast may produce spurting of hot grease (sausages). Use long
grill tongs to prevent skin burns and protect your eyes.
- Supervise the grill at all times. Excessive heat may quickly burn your roast
and provoke fire!
- Do not let the children in the vicinity of the grill.
- THIS APPLIANCE IS CONCEIVED FOR DOMESTIC USE ONLY. THE MANUFACTURER
SHALL NOT IN ANY WAY BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR WHATEVER INJURIES
OR DAMAGES ARE CAUSED BY INCORRECT INSTALLATION OR BY UNSUITABLE,
WRONG OR ABSURD USE.
- THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY PERSONS (INCLUDING CHILDREN)
WITH REDUCED PHYSICAL, SENSORY OR MENTAL CAPABILITIES, OR LACK OF
EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE, UNLESS THEY HAVE BEEN GIVEN SUPERVISION OR
INSTRUCTION CONCERNING USE OF THE APPLIANCE BY A PERSON RESPONSIBLE
FOR THEIR SAFETY. CHILDREN SHOULD BE SUPERVISED TO ENSURE THAT THEY
DO NOT PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE.
- DO NOT PLACE TIN FOIL, PANS OR SIMILAR IN CONTACT WITH THE INNER BASE OF
THE OVEN TO COOK. THE HEATING ACTION OF THE LOWER RESISTANCE CAUSES
THE LOWER PART OF THE OVEN TO OVERHEAT, LEADING TO DAMAGE AND EVEN
SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES (FIRE RISK) ALSO TO THE UNIT IN WHICH THE OVEN IS
INSTALLED.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
The oven data plate remains accessible following installation, and is exposed to
view simply by opening the door.
It shows all details needed to identify the appliance, and these must be indicated
when ordering replacement parts.
MADE IN EUROPE
NUM.
TYPE:
MOD.: E72A
V
CE
kW
M
Given the type and height of this built-in oven, it can be installed only in a full-height
kitchen unit.
Particular care must be given to the instructions on installing the oven in the unit,
especially the indications regarding the size and position of the ventilation opening,
which is essential for proper cooling of the enclosure and of the oven itself.
To guarantee the safety of the user, the unit housing the oven must be manufactured
from materials able to withstand temperatures up to 90 °C. This includes core
materials, laminates, facings and adhesives.
CONTROL PANEL
- 4 functions (4F+ ø) Electronic Programmer
Electronic programmer
Selector
Thermostat
- 7 functions (7F+ ø) Electronic Programmer
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Thermostat
Selector
- 4 functions (4F+ ø) Timer 0-60
Red
light
Thermostat
Orange
light
Red
light
Selector
Thermostat
Alarm Timer
- 7 functions (7F+ ø) Timer 0-60
- 4 functions (4F+ ø) Timer 0-120
Cooking Timer
- 7 functions (7F+ ø) Timer 0-120
- 4 functions (4F+ ø) Electronic Programmer
Electronic programmer
- 7 functions (7F+ ø) Electronic Programmer
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Orange
light
Selector
TOP OVEN
The oven offers a basic choice between two types of cooking:
A) conventional oven cooking
B) grill (infrared radiant heat)
Selector functions:
Position 0:
The oven is swiched OFF
Position 1:
Oven interior light (turn to the right)
Position 2:
Lower heating element
Set the required temperature between 50 and 250 °C. This setting
is used typically for food to be reheated or warmed.
Position 3:
Conventional cooking
Set the required cooking temperature between 50 and 250 °C. The
red light will go out as soon as the selected temperature has been
reached. The oven should be heated before any food is put in to
cook.
Position 4:
Grill
Set the thermostat at a temperature between 50 and 250 °C.
The red light will go out as soon as the selected temperature has
been reached.
The oven should be heated for a few minutes before food is put
under the grill (Whether the door is open or closed).
Oven accessories:
Oven grid
Flat biscuit tray
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MAIN OVEN
The oven offers a choice between two types of cooking:
A) fan-assisted oven cooking
B) grill (infrared radiant heat).
Selector functions: 4 functions (4F+ ø)
Position 0:
The oven is swiched OFF
Position 1:
Oven interior light
Position 2:
Defreezing
The oven interior light and the orange warning light remain on — as
is normally the case during all other functions of the oven — and
the fan will come into operation, though without any heat being
generated (thermostat off). The oven door must be kept closed.
Using the oven in this way, food will defreeze in a third of the time
normally needed.
Position 3:
Fan-assisted cooking
The fan and the relative heating element come into operation, and
heat will be distributed uniformly around the entire chamber at the
temperature selected with the thermostat, between 50 and 250 °C.
The oven should be heated before any food is put in to cook. Different
types of food can be cooked simultaneously.
Position 4:
Grill
Set the thermostat at a temperature between 50 and 250 °C.
Keep the oven door closed. This type of grilling is especially suitable
for small quantities of food. Keep the door closed.
Oven accessories:
Oven grid
Grill pan with grid
Handles for grill pan - For removing pan from the oven
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Selector functions: 7 functions (7F+ ø)
Position 0:
The oven is switched OFF
Position 1:
Oven interior light
Position 2:
Conventional cooking
Set the required cooking temperature between 50 and 250 °C. The
red light will go out as soon as the selected temperature has been
reached. The oven should be heated before any food is put in to
cook.
Position 3:
Traditional cooking + Fan assisted
Set the thermostat between 50 and 250°C.
This cooking mode integrate natural convection and fan.
Cooking mode suited to bake bread, pizzas and lasagne.
Position 4:
Fan + Bottom heating element
Set the desired temperature for this very delicate and slow cooking
mode. We suggest you do not pre-heat the oven.
Position 5:
Middle Grill
Use the thermostat to the desired temperature between 50 and
250 °C, while keeping the oven door closed. This cooking mode is
ideal for small amounts of food. Keep the door closed.
Position 6:
Fan + Double Grill
Set the thermostat to the desired temperature between 50 and 250
°C. Fan operation combined with the grill lets you cook particular
foods quickly and deeply. We suggest you pre-heat the oven for a
few minutes before inserting food. Keep the door closed.
Position 7:
Fan-forced cooking
The fan and the relative heating element come into operation, and
heat will be distributed uniformly around the entire chamber at the
temperature selected with the thermostat, between 50 and 250 °C.
The oven should be heated before any food is put in to cook. Different
types of food can be cooked simultaneously.
Oven accessories:
2 x wire shelves
1 x grill pan
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COOKING TABLE FOR TOP OVEN - CONVENTIONAL COOKING
IN HEATING SYSTEM WITH TOP AND BOTTOM HEATERS OPERATING. It is
recommended to preheat the oven 10 min.
DISHES
Yorkshire Puddin
Fatless Sponge Cake
Small Cakes
Fruit Plate Tart
Scones
Rich Fruit Cake
LEVEL
TEMPERATURE
COOKING TIME
1
1
2
1
2
1
225°C
180°C
190°C
200°C
220°C
140°C
30 - 40 min
25 - 30 min
15 - 20 min
40 - 45 min
10 - 15 min
2 - 3 hours
COOKING TABLE FOR THE TOP OVEN
WITH INFRARED HEATER OPERATING
Grilling is carried out at the door closed. 5 minutes oven preheating is recommended.
Setting possibility from 50 - max (250)°C. Food is placed on the backing pan grid.
DISHES
LEVEL
Pork steaks, Chops (4 pcs)
Grilled Sausages (6 pcs)
Toast (6 pcs)
TEMPERATURE
3
3
3
250°C
250°C
250°C
COOKING TIME
Side 1
Side 2
12 min
6 min
1 min/25 sec.
10 min
5 min
1 min/10 sec.
COOKING TABLE FOR THE MAIN OVEN
WITH INFRARED HEATER OPERATING
Grilling is carried out at the door closed. 5 minutes oven preheating is recommended.
Setting possibility from 50 - max (250)°C. Food is placed on the backing pan grid.
DISHES
Pork steaks, Chops (4 pcs)
Roast beef (4pcs)
Grilled Sausages (6 pcs)
Toast (6 pcs)
LEVEL
TEMPERATURE
Topmost 4
Topmost 4
Topmost 4
Topmost 4
225°C
225°C
225°C
225°C
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COOKING TIME
Side 1
Side 2
12 min
10 min
9 min
1 min/50 sec.
10 min
8 min
6 min
1 min/30 sec.
USING THE OVENS
Set the selector for the type of cooking required.
Preheat the oven, setting the thermostat to the required temperature. Once the
oven has heated to the selected temperature, the orange warning light will go out.
This same light will appear again automatically during operation of the oven to
indicate that the heating elements are on.
Remove the drip tray when using the oven for conventional baking, roasting etc.
The tray should be left in place only when using the grill, as its purpose is to catch
falling droplets of fat. Food should be placed in oven dishes with raised edges and
positioned centrally under the grill. If fan-forced operation is selected, foods of
different types can be cooked simultaneously (e.g. meat and fish), although in this
case the respective cooking time must be observed.
If selecting the
position, temperatures must be set 10 to 20°C lower than
indicated in the table.
Cooking temperatures and times
Dish
Approximate cooking
Temperature
time in minutes
in degrees centigrade
Sweets
Short pastry flan base
Fruit pie/tart
White leavened bread per 1 kg flour
Shortcake biscuits
Savoury biscuits
Lasagne
Meat (cooking time based on thickness)
Slow roast
Quick roast
Meat loaf
Poultry
Duck 1.5 -2 kg
Goose 3 kg
Roast chicken
Turkey 5 kg
Game
Hare
Leg of roebuck
Haunch of venison
Vegetable
Vegetable soufflé
Fish
Pizza
Grills
Pork chop
Sausage
Grilled chicken
175 160
200 190
200 190
200 190
200 190
200 190
225 210
55-65
8-10
25-35
30-50
10-15
15-20
40-50
175 170
200 190
200 190
12-15
12-15
30-40
200 170
200 180
200 190
175 150
120-180
150-210
60-90
240 ca.
200 180
200 180
175 175
60-90
90-150
90-180
200 180
180 170
210 200
40-45
40-45
20-25
8-12
10-12
25-35
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ROASTING GUIDE
- Frozen meat should be thoroughly thawed before cooking. For large joints it is
advisable to thaw overnight.
- Frozen poultry should be thoroughly thawed before cooking, the time required
depends on the size of the bird e.g. a large turkey may take up to 48 hours to thaw.
- Adjust the shelf position so the meat or poultry will be in the centre of the oven.
The TIMES given in the ROASTING GUIDE are only approximate because the size
and age of the bird will influence cooking times as will the shape of a joint and the
proportion of bone.
Cook in oven
180°C (Fan oven)
200°C (Conventional oven)
Approximate cooking time
Rare
BEEF
Medium
Well Done
Medium
LAMB
Well Done
20 minutes per 450g. (1lb)
plus 20 minutes
25 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 20 minutes
30 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 30 minutes
25 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 25 minutes
30 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 30 minutes
PORK
35 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 35 minutes
FOWL
20 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 20 minutes
Notes:
If you are cooking a very large turkey e.g. over 141lb., we recommend that it is
turned around halfway through cooking, so that both legs will be cooked evenly.
Remove any excess fat from the tin before turning, to prevent any fat splashing.
When cooking stuffed meat or poultry calculate the cooking time from the total weight
of the meat plus the stuffing.
For joints cooked in foil or covered roasters, and for lidded casseroles, add 5 minutes
per 450g. (1lb. to the calculated cooking time.
Smaller joints weighing less than 1.25 k.g. (2 lb.) may require 5 minutes per 450g.
(1lb) extra cooking time.
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DEFROSTING AND COOLING (only for 4F)
To defrost frozen foods, turn the oven control to the defrost position,
place the food in the centre of the oven and close the door.
Be safe
X DO NOT defrost stuffed poultry using this method.
X DO NOT defrost larger joints of meat and poultry over 2kg.(4lb) using this method.
X NEVER place uncooked food for defrosting next to cooked food which is to be
cooled, as this can lead to cross contamination.
Defrosting meat, poultry, and fish can be accelerated using this method but make
sur they are completely thawed before cooking thoroughly. Place meat and poultry
on a trivet in a meat tin.
Defrosting times
Small or thin pieces of frozen fish or meat e.g. fish fillets, prawns, and mince will
take approximately 1-2 hours. Placing the food in a single layer will reduce the
thawing time.
A medium sized casserole or stew will take approximately 3-4 hours.
A 1 1/2 kg (3lb) oven ready chicken will take approximately 5 hours, remove the
giblets as soon as possible.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
General instructions
CAUTION: the oven door becomes hot during use. Be sure to keep children well
away!
Do not use the oven as a room heater.
Always be very careful when connecting other electrical appliances to the power
supply if these are situated near the oven: the power cables must not come into
contact with hot parts of the oven.
To ensure the oven will always be safe, any servicing
— especially of electrical parts — should be entrusted exclusively to a skilled
professional.
Clean the oven every time after use: this will make it easier to remove dirt and
grease and ensure that deposits do not build up.
Use earthenware oven dishes enamelled steel or pyrex - type glass for roasting
and baking, selecting a suitable size for the bulk and quantity of the food being
cooked.
Stainless steel ovenware is not recommended, as the metal reflects heat.
If the interior light should fail, disconnect the oven from the electrical power before
removing and replacing the lamp.
Using first time
Before using the oven for the first time, clean the interior thoroughly with liquid
detergent and lukewarm water. Wipe off, then heat the oven to maximum temperature
and leave on for 20 minutes. This will ensure that residual oil and grease used in
the manufacturing process do not give off unpleasant smells when food is cooked
in the oven.
Once this has been done, the oven is ready for use.
CAUTION: make certain the oven is disconnected from the electrical power supply
before carrying out any cleaning operation on the oven.
Final checks
Having installed the oven in its enclosure, and before switching on, be certain to
check that there are no live parts accessible, and that all the packing has been
removed.
At this point the oven can be switched on as described in the instructions.
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INSTALLATION
CAUTION:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY A PROFESSIONAL
ELECTRICIAN, AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY ADJUSTMENT OR REPAIR ON
THE APPLIANCE, MAKE CERTAIN IT IS DISCONNECTED FROM
THE ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY
Statutory regulations, technical standards, directives
The appliance must be installed in conformity with current statutory regulations
and in accordance with applicable safety standards.
Installing the oven
The unit in which the oven is installed must be manufactured to a modular dimension
of 600mm.
Openings at least 50 mm deep must be cut both in the bottom and in the top of the
unit to ensure adequate ventilation (see figure1 for essential dimensions).
During assembly, particular care must be taken not to pick up the oven by the door.
As a general rule, the oven door should never be forced or subjected to undue
stresses.
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SUPPORT GUIDES
“FIX TO THE CABINET WITH THE 4 SCREWS PROVIDED.”
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Electrical connection
Make certain the nominal a.c. power supply voltage corresponds to that indicated
on the identification data plate. The appliance must be connected to the supply by
way of an isolating switch with minimum contact separation of 3 mm. Suitable
isolating components include automatic breakers, fuses and relays.
The oven must be connected to an efficient earth system, as prescribed by national
and/or local statutory regulations.
The cable must be connected as prescribed by statutory regulations and respond
to the specifications indicated on the Technical Data page.
The terminal box is located at the rear of the appliance. If a new cable is fitted,
route it through the clamp and make the connections as shown in the diagram. The
earth wire must be cut longer than the other wires so that it will be the last to break
off in the event of the cable being tugged.
Having made the connection, tighten the cable clamp and close the cover of the
box.
CABLE TYPES AND SECTIONS
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
H05RR-F
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230V
3 x 2,5 mm2
230V 3
4 x 1,5 mm2
400V 2N
4 x 1,5 mm2
400V 3N
5 x 1,5 mm2
ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
The electronic programmer incorporates the following functions:
- 24 hour clock with luminous display
- 10 hour timer
- automatic oven cooking
- semiautomatic oven cooking
The electronic programmer operate only
on the “large” oven.
Programming buttons and their functions.
beep
cooking time in automatic mode
cooking stop time
manual operation
decrease – all programs
increase – all programs
Luminous symbols
When “AUTO” blinks, this means that the timer is in “automatic” mode but no
setting has yet been made.
When “AUTO” remains permanently alight, this means that the timer is in
“automatic” mode and already programmed
automatic cooking
timer in operation
plus “AUTO” blinking: programming error
If there is no symbol alight other than the digits of the clock, this means that the
timer is in “manual” mode.
Digital clock
The timer incorporates a digital electronic clock with luminous numbers indicating
the hours and minutes. When the appliance is first connected to the a.c. supply, or
following a power cut, three zeroes will blink in the timer window. To set the clock
press the two buttons
and
together, release and then use the
or
symbol to select the exact time. The longer the increase or decrease button is held,
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the faster the numbers will scroll.
If convenient, the clock can be turned back to 00.00:
to scroll back further at this point, release all the buttons and repeat the sequence,
pressing and holding the decrease button until the time appears in the display.
Normal cooking without using the timer
To operate the oven in manual mode — in other words without using the timer— the
blinking “AUTO” indicator must be deactivated by pressing the
button.
Automatic cooking (programmed start and stop times)
To cook food in the oven using the automatic timer, proceed as follows:
- establish how long the food needs to cook
- enter the cooking stop time
- select the temperature and the cooking method.
Once these steps have been completed, the “AUTO” indicator will light up
permanently in the display, confirming that the oven has been programmed.
Practical example: we want to cook food for a period of 30 minutes, ending at
14.00.
- Pressing and holding
, enter 0.30 in the display.
- Pressing and holding
, enter 14.00 in the display.
This done, the display will revert to the current time and “AUTO” reappears,
confirming that the settings have been acknowledged and memorized. At 13.30
(14.00 minus 30 minutes) the oven switches on automatically and the symbols and
“AUTO” will appear for as long as cooking continues. The oven will then switch off
automatically at 14.00, triggering a beep that can be silenced by pressing .
Semiautomatic cooking
A. Programming the duration
B. Programming the stop time.
A) Select the duration for which the food is to cook by pressing
. The oven will
switch on immediately, with the symbols “AUTO” and
showing in the display.
Once the set duration has elapsed, cooking will stop and the beep sounds
intermittently. Silence the beep as indicated above.
B) Set the time for cooking to stop, by pressing
. The oven will switch on
immediately, with the symbols “AUTO” and
. showing in the display. When the
set time comes around, cooking will stop and the beep sounds intermittently. Silence
the beep as indicated above.
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Current programming status can be displayed at any given moment by pressing
the corresponding button.
It is also possible to cancel the current selection at any moment by pressing
and resetting the display to zero. Pressing
revert to manual mode.
at this point, the programmer will
CAUTION: if the oven is disconnected from the power supply, or in the event of a
power failure, the clock resets to zero and all programming will be lost. When power
is restored, three zeroes appear.
ALARM TIMER
You can set this timer to sound a buzzer after 0 to 60 minutes of cooking. First
turn the knob fully clockwise, then turn it back to the desired alarm time.
COOKING TIMER
First, turn the cooking selector to the required cooking function, and the thermostat to the desired cooking temperature.
Then, to set end of cooking time, turn the cooking timer to the right and to the
desired time. First turn the knob fully clockwise, then turn it back to the desired
alarm time. A buzzer sounds at the end of the timed cooking period, and the oven
switches itself off.
To set only the start of cooking, turn the cooking timer to the left to the symbol.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Never clean the oven with the high- pressure steam cleaning device, as it may
provoke short circuit.
Before cleaning switch the cooker off and let it cool down completely.
Front side of the casing
For cleaning of frontal part of the cooker use the usual cleaning agents and follow
the manufacturer’s instructions.
Never use any aggressive cleaning agents or dish cleaning accessories which might
cause scratches. For the front door glass use soft cloth and liquid cleaners for
clinig glass surfaces.
Stainless steel front
Clean the surface with mild detergent (soap) and soft sponge which does not scratch.
Never use aggressive cleaners or solvents, otherwise you may damage the surface.
Enamel coated and plastic surfaces
Clean the knobs and handles with soft cloth and liquid cleaners, intended for use of
smooth ename surfaces.
Oven
The oven may be cleaned in a traditional mode (using oven cleaners and sprays).
Otherwise respect the following cleaning tips:
- Cool the oven completely before cleaning.
- The oven and the accessories must be cleaned after each use, otherwise stains
might get burned in.
- Oven walls, sprayed with oil from roasting, is best cleane with warm water and
detergent when the oven is still tepid.
- Hard and heavily stained oven should be cleaned with special oven cleaning
agents. Rinse the cleaner thorouglhly and remove any detergent remaining before
the next use.
- Never use aggressive cleaners, like polishing agents, dish cleaning accessories,
corrosion inhibitors, or any other devices that might cause scratches.
- Coated, stainless steel or zinc-coated surfaces or aluminum parts must not come
into contact with oven sprays, since they might cause damage or discoloration.
The same goes for thermostat probe (if the cooker is equipped with it) and exposed
heaters on the ove ceiling.
- When purchasing cleaning agents remember the environment, and strictly follow
the manufacturer’s instructions.
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IMPORTANT:
before carrying out any maintenance operations on the oven,
set the automatic isolating switch to the off position.
The oven’s side runners can easily be removed by disconnecting them from the
peg in the bottom, turning them towards the inside of the oven and extracting them
from the supporting holes.
To put them back in place, reverse this procedure.
Clean the side grids only with conventional detergents.
Removing wire grids.
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TECHNICAL DATA
This appliance is manufactured in compliance with RF suppression standards.
- MODEL
- RATED VOLTAGE
Multifunction oven
230/240 - 400/415 V 3N
TOP oven
Nominal electrical input in W
(toll. +5 /-10%)
- interior light
- tangential fan unit
- upper heating element
- grill element
- lower heating element
25 W
20 W
750 W
1750 W
850 W
- maximum electrical input
1775 W
MAIN oven (4F)
Nominal electrical input in W
(toll. +5 /-10%)
- interior light
- radial fan unit
- tangential fan unit, large oven
- circular heating element
- grill element
25 W
30 W
20 W
1800 W
2000 W
- Maximum electrical input
2075 W
- Maximum overall electrical input
3750 W 230-240V / 3200 W 220V
HO5 RN- F 3 x 2,5 mm2 section
- Power cable
MAIN oven (7F)
Nominal electrical input in W
(toll. +5 /-10%)
- interior light
- radial fan unit
- tangential fan unit, large oven
- circular heating element
- middle grill
- double grill
- upper heating element
- lower heating element
25 W
30 W
20 W
1800 W
1000 W
1750 W
750 W
1000 W
- Maximum electrical input
1875 W
- Maximum overall electrical input
3750 W 230-240V / 3200 W 220V
HO5 RN- F 3 x 2,5 mm2 section
- Power cable
Dimensions
- height
- width
- depth
- usable volume
mm
mm
mm
46 + 32
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718
594
550
litres
INTERIOR LIGHT: REPLACING THE LAMP
CAUTION: Disconnect the appliance from
the power supply.
To replace the lamp of the oven interior light,
first unscrew and remove the protective cover
A.
Renew the lamp, and refit the cover A.
Max power 25 W.
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
The door is easily removed, as follows:
- open the door completely;
- raise the two hinge levers as indicated in the drawing;
- close the door again until a click is produced by the levers raised previously;
- lift the door upward and away from the front of the oven to free it from the
sockets;
To refit the door, locate the hinges in the sockets and return the two levers to the
locking position.
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The manufacturer declines any responsibility for possible inaccuracies in the present
publication attributable to copying and printing errors. The right is reserved by the
manufacturer to make such changes to products as are deemed necessary or
appropriate, without affecting their essential characteristics.
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