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installation, maintenance and use instructions for free
 INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND USE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FREE-STANDING COOKERS
MAS
HER
PRO
READ THE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THE
APPLIANCE.
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage to property or to persons caused by
incorrect installation or improper use of the appliance.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any inaccuracies, due to printing or transcription errors, contained in
this booklet. In addition, the appearance of the figures reported is also purely indicative.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to its products when considered necessary and useful,
without affecting the essential safety and operating characteristics.
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CONTENTS:
INSTALLER TECHNICAL MANUAL…………………………………………………………………….. pg.2
APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................... pg.4
INSTALLING RANGE COOKER .................................................................................................... pg.5
BURNER ADJUSTMENT ONLY MODEL 60X60 .......................................................................... pg.8
GAS HOB……………………………………………………………………………………………………pg.11
THE CHEF TOP ........................................................................................................................... pg.12
INDUCTION …………………………………………………………………………………………........ pg.14
SEPARATE GRILL COMPARTMENT (triple oven cavity models only)…………………………….. pg.17
OVEN… ………………………………………………………………………………………………….... pg.18
USING THE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMER…………………………………………………………… pg. 25
OVEN TEMPERATURE GUIDE…………………………………………………………………………. pg.30
USING THE THERMOMETER…………………………………………………………………………... pg.31
CLEANING YOUR COOKER ……………………………………………………………………………. pg.32
ACCESSORIE………………………………………………………………………………………………pg.37
TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................................... pg.38
USEFUL TIPS................................................................................................................................ pg.40
THIS APPLIANCE HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR NON-PROFESSIONAL DOMESTIC USE.
INSTALLER TECHNICAL MANUAL
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/95/EC
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
This guideline is the frame of a European-wide validity of return and recycling on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
The symbol on the product 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.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please contact your
local city council office.
Warning: If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock
The appliance and its accessible parts become very hot during use. Care must be careful not to touch the
heating elements. Children under 16 years old must be kept away if not constantly supervised.
The appliance and its accessible parts become very hot during use. Care must be taken not to touch the
heating elements. All children must be kept away if not constantly supervised.
This appliance can be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, provided that
they are supervised by someone who understand the use instructions and the risks involved.
Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning
Caution: make sure the appliance is switched off before replacing the bulb to prevent possibility of electric
shock
Use only the recommended thermal probe for this oven.
For cookers with electric ovens
ATTENTION: The accessible parts can become hot during use. Keep children away from the appliance.
For glass doors: Do not use abrasive cleaning products or metal spatulas with sharp edges to clean the
glass of the oven door since this could scratch the surface and the glass could break.
If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similar
qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
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Installer information
The installation, all adjustments, transformations and maintenance listed in this
part of the manual must be carried out only by skilled personnel.
Improper installation may cause damage to persons, animals or property, for
which the manufacture will not be held responsible.
The appliance safety or automatic adjustment devices may be changed during
the service life of the system only by the manufacturer or by the duly authorised
supplier.
Installing the cooker
After having removed the various loose parts from the internal and external
packing, make sure that the cooker is not damaged. In case of doubt, do not use
the appliance and contact skilled personnel.
Keep all the dangerous packing parts (polystyrene foam, bags, cardboard,
staples, etc.) away from children.
The appliance can be installed as a freestanding unit, next to a wall at a distance of
less than 20mm (Fig.1B, Class 1Installation) or inserted between two walls (see
Fig.1A, Class 2 Subclass 1 Installation). A single sidewall that exceeds the height
of the work surface is possible. This must be at a minimum distance of 70 mm from
the edge of the cooker (see Fig.1B, Class 1 Installation).
Any walls of the adjacent furniture pieces and the wall behind the cooker must be
made with heat-resistant material that can withstand a minimum over temperature
of 65 K.
WARNING: the connection to the gas network must only use metal flexible
pipes that conform with the national standards in force.
Fig.1A
Fig.1B
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APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE
ATTENTION: IMPORTANT WARNINGS
For cookers resting on a base
ATTENTION: If the cooker rests on a base, take the measures necessary to prevent the cooker from sliding
along the support base.
For cookers with electric ovens
The unit becomes hot during use. Do not touch the heating elements inside the oven.
For cookers with electric ovens
ATTENTION: The accessible parts can become hot during use. Keep children away from the appliance.
For the food warmer compartment (or drop leaf in our case)
ATTENTION: The internal parts of the food warmer can become hot during use.
For glass doors
Do not use abrasive cleaning products or metal spatulas with sharp edges to clean the oven door’s glass
since this could scratch the surface and the glass could break.
Do not use steam cleaners to clean the appliance.
Replacing parts
Before performing any maintenance operation, disconnect the appliance from the
gas supply and electricity network.
To replace parts such as knobs and burners, just remove them from the seats
without disassembling any part of the cooker.
To replace the oven bulb, just unscrew the protection cap that projects out inside the
oven.
Fig.2
WARNING: Before replacing the bulb, disconnect the appliance from the electric
power supply.
WARNING: The power cord supplied with the appliance is connected to that
appliance with an X type connection (in compliance with standards EN 60335-1, EN
60335-2-6 and subsequent amendments) for which it can be installed without the
use of special tools, with the same type of cord as the one installed.
If the power cord becomes worn or damaged, replace it based on the information
reported in types of power cords paragraph .
WARNING: If the power cord is replaced, the installer shall ensure that the ground
cable is longer than the phase cables and also shall comply with the warnings
regarding the electric connection.
To replace the power cable, lift the terminal board’s cover and replace the cable. To
access the terminal board in cookers with a 3x2.5mm² cable, the back panel on the
rear of the appliance must be removed. The power cord should be replaced only by
qualified personnel.
Before disposing of the packaging, please ensure you have removed all the
components.
The up-stand is packed separate and is taped to the back of the cooker. Other
components can be found inside the ovens. All packaging and covering films must
be removed before the installation can commence.
All electric cookers should be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with
IEE regulations and local electricity provider rules. Building regulations must be
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considered when undertaking any installation. Failure to install the appliance
correctly will render the warranty null and void.
Range cookers are heavy and should be handled by two people. Never lift or drag a
range by the oven handles as damage may occur.
Note: Pictures and graphics in this manual cover different models and may vary in
minor details from your cooker.
INSTALLING RANGE COOKER
Rating of Services
The rating plate is visible in the storage area of the cooker and a copy is also
attached to page two of the user manual.
Before connecting the cooker, check that the requirements on the rating plate
correspond with those of the electrical system and gas supply (where applicable).
Ensure that the electrical system and isolating switches have a suitable capacity to
carry the maximum power as indicated on the rating plate.This chart can be used as
a guide to the electrical supply ratings.
Table N°1
Cooker model
Type
MCB size for dedicated
cooker circuit
60 cm single oven
*60 cm single oven
Gas hob top
Induction hob top
13 AMP MCB
32 AMP MCB
60 cm single gas oven
Gas hob top
13 AMP MCB
90 cm single hybrid oven
Gas hob top
16 AMP MCB
90 cm single gas oven
Gas hob top
13 AMP MCB
90 cm single oven
*90 cm single oven
Gas hob top
Induction hob top
16 AMP MCB
32 AMP MCB
90 cm twin oven
*90 cm twin oven
Gas hob top
Induction hob top
20 AMP MCB
32 AMP MCB
100 cm twin oven
*100 cm twin oven
100 cm XG (3 oven compartments)
*100 cm XG (3 oven compartments)
120cm twin oven
* With diversity factor applied
Gas hob top
Induction hob top
Gas hob top
Induction hob top
Gas hob top + griddle
20 AMP MCB
32 AMP MCB
32 AMP MCB
40 AMP MCB
32 AMP MCB
The cable of
alimentation
H05RR-F or H05VV-F
3X1,5 mm²
H07RN-F 3X4 mm²
H05RR-F or H05VV-F
3X1,5 mm²
H05RR-F or H05VV-F
3X1,5 mm²
H05RR-F or H05VV-F
3X1,5 mm²
H05RR-F or H05VV-F
3X1,5 mm²
H07RN-F 3X4 mm²
H05BB-F or H05SS-F
3X2,5 mm²
H07RN-F 3X4 mm²
H05BB-F or H05SS-F
3X2,5 mm²
H07RN-F 3X4 mm²
H07RN-F 3X4 mm²
H07RN-F 3X6 mm²
H07RN-F 3X4 mm²
Positioning
The cooker may be installed in a kitchen or open-plan kitchen diner but not in a
room containing a bath or shower. The cooker should be positioned in an area with
good light and free from draughts.
Any shelf or unit of combustible material should be at least 660mm above the
hotplate. In addition an area of 75mm wide on either side and behind the hotplate
must be clear of any combustible materials to a height of 400mm. Units must not
overhang over the hob.
Kitchen cabinets may be fitted flush to the sides of the cooker, but to allow for
cleaning and servicing
It is recommended that a 2.5mm gap be allowed on each side so that the cooker
may be moved if necessary.
The worktop or kitchen cabinets must not protrude beyond the height of the cooker
hotplate frame.
Ventilation
Your appliance is not connected to a combustion products evacuation device. Th
e room in which it is to be installed must have an air supply in accordance with
national standards. The room must have an opening window or equivalent, and
some rooms may require a permanent vent in addition to the opening window.
General guidelines: The cooker must not be installed in a bedsit room of 20m³ or
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less. If the cooker is installed in a room with a volume of less than 5m³, then a vent
with an effective area of 100cm³ is required. If it is installed in a room with a volume
of between 5m³ and 10m³, then an air vent with an effective area 50cm³ is
necessary. If there are other fuel burning appliances in the room, please consult
national standards for guidance.
Gas connection
Before connecting the appliance to the gas network, make sure that the data on the
label attached to the food warmer drawer or on the back of the cooker are
compatible with what is indicated for the gas distribution network.
A label attached to the last page of this handbook and in the food warmer drawer (or
on the back) of the appliance indicates the appliance adjustment conditions: type of
gas and operating pressure.
IMPORTANT: This appliance must be installed in compliance with current national
standards in force and used only in a well-ventilated room.
WARNING: It should be recalled that the appliance utilises a threaded 1/2" gas
cylindrical male fitting according to UNI-ISO 228-1.
To connect the appliance to the gas network with a flexible rubber hose, a
supplemental hose nipple fitting is needed (Fig.3) which is supplied with the
appliance.
Fig.3
Electrical connection
The electric connection must comply with the current legal standards and
regulations.
Before making the connection, check that:
- The system electrical rating and the current outlets are adequate for the maximum
power output of the appliance (see the label applied to back of the cooker).
- The outlet or the system is equipped with an efficient ground connection in
accordance with the current legal standards and regulations. The company will not
be responsible for the non-compliance with these instructions.
letter L (phase) = brown wire;
letter N (neutral) = blue wire;
= green-yellow wire;
ground symbol
- The power cord must be positioned so that an over temperature of 75 K will not be
reached at any point.
- Do not use reductions, adapters or splitters since they might cause false contacts
and lead to dangerous overheating.
When the connection is made directly to the electric network:
- Use a device that ensures disconnection from the mains in which the contacts are
opened to a distance that permits complete disconnection according to the
conditions for over-voltage category III.
- Remember that the ground wire must not be interrupted by the circuit-breaker.
- As an alternative, the electric connection can also be protected by a high-sensitivity
residual current circuit-breaker.
- It is highly recommended to attach the special green-yellow ground wire to an
efficient ground system.
WARNING: If the power cord is replaced, the ground wire (yellow-green) connected
to the terminal, should be longer than the other wires by about 2 cm.
WARNING: The power cord should be replaced only by qualified personnel.
Types of power cords The appliance is equipped with a terminal for the electric connection placed behind,
which is accessible removing the posterior casing.
The cable of alimentation can be.
The power supply cable is suitable for appliance operating on 220-240 V~
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ATTENTION: The appliance conforms with the regulations of directives
90/396EEC (Gas Directive) regarding gas appliances for domestic use and the
like, 73/23 (Low Voltage Directive) regarding electrical safety and 2004/108/CE,
(EMC Directive) regarding electromagnetic compatibility.
Ensure that the electricity supply is switched off before making the connection. This
appliance must be earthed.
Connection to the electricity supply must be made through the flex cable that is
already attached to the rear of the cooker. The end of the cable is tucked into the
cooker storage area.
Connection to the supply must be made through fixed wiring. It cannot be connected
to a normal domestic power socket. A double pole switched cooker box should be
used with contact separation of at least 3mm.
Turn on each hob zone to check that all elements are functioning correctly. Remove
all packaging and combustible items from the oven. Turn on the oven selector switch
and thermostat knob to check that the oven is functional on all modes.
Adaptation to different
types of gas
Before performing any maintenance operation, disconnect the appliance from
the gas supply and electricity network.
Replacing the gas nozzles to operate with another type of gas:
Follow the instructions below to change the burner nozzles on the work
surface:
- Isolate the appliance from the electric outlet to avoid any type of electric contact.
- Remove the grids from the work surface.
- Remove the burners.
- Unscrew the nozzles using a 7 mm spanner, and replace them (Fig.4) with those
needed for the new type of gas according.
Fig 4
Follow the instructions below to change the oven burner nozzle (model 90x60
single oven):
- Remove the oven level (Fig.5).
- Loosen the screw V and pull out the burner from the support being careful not to
damage the ignition plug and the thermocouple (Fig. 6).
- Unscrew the nozzle R using a 10 mm spanner and replace it with the nozzle
needed for the new type of gas according.
Fig 5
Fig 6
Follow the instructions below to change the oven burner nozzle (model 60x60
single oven):
Remove the oven level (Fig.7).
- Loosen the screw V and pull out the burner from the support being careful not to
damage the ignition plug and the thermocouple (Fig.7).
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Unscrew the nozzle R (Fig.8) using a 10 mm span ner and replace it with th e
nozzle needed for the new type of gas according.
Fig 7
Fig 8
OVEN BURNER ADJUSTMENT ONLY MODEL 60X60
Only model 60x60
1)Primary air adjustment:
Oven burner adjustment: follow the instructions below to adjust the primary air for
the over burner:
1) Remove the oven bottom.
2) Loosen the screw P and adjust the position X of the Ve nturi cone (Fig.9)
according to the measurements.
Fig 9
Burner primary air regulation (indicative)
BURNER
Type of gas
Oven (mm)
M6
Natural
G20
fully open
Butane
G30
fully open
Propane
G31
fully open
WARNING: After completing the above-mentioned replacements, adjust the
burners, as described in the pa ragraph below. Seal any adjustment and preadjustment devices. Replace the existing label with a new one corresponding to the
new gas adjustment. This label is contained in the spare nozzle bag.
Adaption to various types of gas
Burner
Auxiliary
Semi-Rapid
Rapid
Dual
Inner
Dual
Outer
Oven
90X60
Oven
60X60
Types of Gas
Pressure
Natural G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Natural G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Natural G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Natural G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Natural G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Natural G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Natural G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
mbar
20
30
37
20
30
37
20
30
37
20
30
37
20
30
37
20
30
37
20
30
37
Nozzle
Diameter
1/100 mm.
77
50
50
117
66
66
129
87
87
70
46
46
110
69
69
150
95
95
125
85
85
APPLIANCE CATEGORY:
Rater Capacity
g/h
73
71
127
125
218
214
58
57
298
293
327
321
218
214
l/h
95
167
286
76
419
429
286
-
8
kw
1
1
1
1,75
1,75
1,75
3
3
3
0,8
0,8
0,8
4,4
4,1
4,1
4,5
4,5
4,5
3
3
3
kcal/h
860
860
860
1505
1505
1505
2580
2580
2580
688
688
388
3784
3526
3526
3870
3870
3870
2580
2580
2580
II 2H3+
Reduced
Capacity
kw
kcal/h
0,48
413
0,48
413
0,48
413
0,6
516
0,6
516
0,6
516
1,05
903
1,05
903
1,05
903
0,48
413
0,48
413
0,48
413
1,8
1548
1,8
1548
1,8
1548
2
1720
2
1720
2
1720
1
860
1
860
1
860
by-pass
Diameter
1/100 mm.
34 reg.
34
34
36 reg.
36
36
52 reg.
52
52
34 reg.
34
34
65 reg.
65
65
70 reg.
70
70
48
48
48
Check correct operation of the ignition system and operation of burners individually
and in combination. Burner flames should be clear blue, with no yellow tipping. If the
burners show any abnormality check that burner heads are correctly located.
Note: These burners have no aeration adjustment.
Burner "MINIMUM" adjustment:
Work surface burner adjustment: follow the instructions below to adjust the work
surface burner minimum:
- Light the burner and set the knob to the MINIMUM position (small flame).
- Remove the knob of the valve that is press-fit on the rod of that valve.
- Insert a small slotted screwdriver into the hole on the valve body (Fig.10A) and
turn the choke screw to the right or left until the burner flame is adjusted to
minimum.
- For the gas valve of dual burner the choke valve is located on the valve body
(fig. 10B) , the A screw adjust the outer ring, the B screw adjust the inner ring.
- Make sure that the flame does not go out when switching quickly from the
MAXIMUM to the MINIMUM position.
Fig 10A
Fig 10B
WARNING: The above-mentioned adjustment should be made only with natural gas
burners, while those o perating with liquid gas the screw must be locked at the end
in a clockwise direction.
Test the operation of
the cooker before
leaving
It should be noted that Bertazzoni SpA cannot accept any liability for direct or
indirect damage caused by incorrect connection or improper installation. When
being repaired, the appliance must always be disconnected from the mains supply; if
required, notify our customer service.
Support legs
4 support legs are supplied separately and are fitted on location to the four corners
of the lower support frame (Fig.11)
After unpacking the cooker, lift it approx 250mm to fit the legs then gently lower the
cooker to keep undue strain from the legs. It is recommended to use a lifting device
instead of tilting the unit.
Transit supports are left in situ. Ea ch leg is fi rmly pushed over one of the t ransit
supports. If the leg s are not used and the coo ker is mounted onto a pli nth, leave
transit legs in position to allow for clearance.
Fig 11
Up-stand Installation
The up-stand is packaged at the bottom rear of the cooker. The up-stand is fixed
along the rear of the cooker hob. Screw fixing points for locating the up-stand are at
either end.
1. Place the up-stand on the rear of the hob, line up locating holes and secure with
the screws supplied.
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Fig 12
Anti-tilt restraint
Once legs are adjusted to the correct height, fit the anti-tilt restraint brackets. The
anti-tilt brackets must be fixed to the rear wall as shown below.
1. To calculate the position of brackets up from the floor, measure to the bottom of
the anti-tilt bracket location slots on the back of the cooker and add 32mm.
2. Secure the brackets in position on the rear wall with suitable fixings. (Note that
brackets are fixed 60mm in from the side edges of the cooker).
3. Lift the cooker into place until it sits 130mm away from the wall then gently
manoeuvre the cooker further back until the brackets are fully inserted into the rear
side of the cooker. Care should be taken to not cause damage to the flooring or to
put unnecessary strain on the legs flooring or to put unnecessary strain on the legs .
Fig 13
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GAS HOB
Using the gas hob
As the following points:
- To light a burner, press in the control knob (Fig.14A-14B) and turn it anticlockwise, to the large flame position.
- Continue to hold the knob In until the burner lights. Adjust the flame as required,
continue to hold the knob in far 5 to 10 seconds before releasing
- The Chef Top (optional) is powered by the gas burners.
- See page 7 for usage instructions.
Fig 14A
The dual wok burner
Fig 14B
The central burner of the dual wok burner can be used independently of the outer
burner to give further flexibility.
- To light the central burner, press in the control knob (Fig.15A-15B) and turn it
anti-clockwise to the bold single ring position
- Continue to hold the knob in until the burner lights. Adjust the flame as required
The minimum setting is the lighter single ring position.
- To light the outer burner as well as the central burner. turn the knob to the bold
double ring. Adjust the flame as required
The minimum setting far the central and outer burner is the lighter double ring
position.
Fig 15A
Lighting the burners
Fig 15B
The symbol above each knob indicates which burner that knob controls.
- A flame failure (thermocouple) device on each burner acts as a safety gas cutoff in case the flame is accidentally blown out.
- A thermocouple detects the absence of a flame and stops the supply of gas.
- The thermocouple must be heated for a few seconds when the burner is ignited
before the knob is released.
To light a burner:
1 Push and turn the control knob anti-clockwise to the large flame
position. The ignition candle will spark and ignite the gas.
2 Keep the control knob pressed In for 5-10 seconds to activate the flame failure
device, then release the knob. Adjust the flame between the large and small
flame symbols as required.
In the event of a power failure the burners can be lit with a match or gas lighter The
flame failure devices will continue to function normally.
GAS BURNER DIMENSION
Burner
Auxiliary
Diam (mm)
Ø 50 mm
Power
1 kW
Semi-rapid (and
Chef Top)
Rapid
Dual inner/outer
Ø 70 mm
1.75 kW
Ø 95 mm
Ø 43/140 mm
3 Kw
0.48-5 kW
Utilization
Use with smaller pans for boiling and simmering and the preparation of
sauces.
Use for normal frying and boiling in medium and small pans.
Use with large and medium pans of water for frying and rapid boiling.
Use with woks,griddles and frying pans or for large pans and rapid
boiling.
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THE CHEF TOP
Using the Chef Top
The Chef Top is manufactured from 5mm thick stainless steel designed for a high
heat retention across the plate. The very high cooking temperature makes the Chef
Top ideal for searing meats and vegetables and for oriental style recipes. Some
suggested uses include: steaks, burgers, chicken, fish and other meats, vegetables
such as peppers, mushrooms and aubergines, stir fries, kebabs, toasted
sandwiches, naan and pitta breads, fried and scrambled eggs, griddle cakes,
crumpets, English muffins and drop scones.
To assemble the Chef Top:
1 Remove the pan supports that cover the 2 central burners.
2 Screw the feet to the underside of the Chef Top. The two longest feet go to the
rear and the two shortest go to the front (towards the drip tray).
3 Carefully position the Chef Top onto the hob, ensuring that it is seated correctly
and resting on the stainless hob.
Care must be taken when handling the Chef Top. It’s heavy!
Please do not use over dual wok burner
To use the Chef Top:
For instructions on how to season the Chef Top, see next section. The Chef Top can
smoke during use so always turn your extractor hood on before you start cooking.
1 To light the burner. push in and turn the control knob to the large flame position.
Hold the control knob in far 5-10 seconds after the flame has lit to activate the flame
failure device, before releasing. If the flame extinguishes wait one minute before
attempting to re-ignite.
2 Pre-heat on full power for 5 minutes.
3 Add a small amount of oil and then the food.
4 Adjust the front and back flames as required.
The Chef Top is hottest in the central front and back areas and cooler at the outer
edges. You can control the cooking temperature by moving the food to the outer
edges after the initial searing, similar to the way you would use a barbecue. To avoid
excess spitting use the minimum amount of oil when cooking on the Chef Top.
Use a spatula far turning and serving food. You can also remove any food residues
at the end of cooking using a spatula. The high temperature of the Chef Top makes
plastic tools unsuitable for use with it. Do not be tempted to move or turn the food
too quickly or often. Wait until the food sears and is released from the cooking
surface before turning.
The following table gives a guide to cooking temperatures and times:
- These times are purely advisory and will depend on the size and cut of the food
- Always ensure that food (poultry and fish in particular) is cooked through before
serving.
Food
Flame
Cooking
Fried egg
Aubergine, onions and courgettes (sliced 5mm thick)
Whole prawns (shell on)
Chicken breast
Fish (200g)
Steak (2,5cm thick)
Low
Medium
Medium
Low
Low
High
High
High
Medium
Medium
3 minutes
10 minutes
5 minutes
17 minutes
15 minutes
Rare 2 minutes per side
Medium 4 minutes per side
Well done 6 minutes per side
5-7 minutes
10 minutes
Sauté potatoes
Burgers, beef, lamb and vegetables
Using the electric griddle Seasoning the griddle (and Chef Top)
Before using the griddle for the first time. It must be seasoned.
(120cm models only)
If the griddle has not been used for a period of time, it should be re-seasoned.
1 Clean the griddle thoroughly with hot. soapy water to remove any protective
coating.
2 Rinse with a mixture 01 1 litre water and 1 cup white vinegar .Dry thoroughly.
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3 Pour 1 tsp vegetable oil into the centre 01 the griddle. Rub the oil aver the entire
surface of the griddle using a heavy cloth.
4 Turn the control knob to a maximum setting. Turn the heat off when the oil begins
to smoke. Allow the griddle to cool.
5 Repeat step 3. Be sure to cover the entire surface with the oil.
6 Repeat step 4. Allow the griddle to cool. Wipe the entire surface of the griddle
using a heavy cloth. Apply a very thin layer of vegetable oil. The griddle is now
ready to use.
Using the electric griddle
- Press and turn the knob (Fig.16) anti-clockwise to the selected position.
Pre-heat at the maximum temperature for 15 minutes, then place the food on
the griddle and cook to the desired temperature.
- The activation of the griddle is shown by the indicator light which is also found
on the front panel of the appliance.
Fig 16
Griddle cooking recommendations
Cast iron griddle
Food
knob position
Eggs
Bacon; Breakfast Sausage
Toasted Sandwiches
Boneless Chicken Breasts
Boneless Pork Chops (15mm thick)
Ham Slices (15mm thick)
Pancakes; French Toast
Potatoes; Hash Browns
5–6
6
5–6
6
6
6
6
7
Setting
150°C to 160°C
177°C to 190°C
160°C to 177°C
177°C to 190°C
177°C to 190°C
177°C to 190°C
177°C to 190°C
190°C to 205°C
A griddle is available as an optional accessory.
To use a griddle:
1 Place the griddle on top of the pan support.
2 Pre-heat the griddle on lull power tor 4-5 minutes before adding the food. Most
foods (eggs in particular) will require a small amount of oil to help prevent sticking.
Turn the food half-way through the cooking time to sear both sides. The more the
griddle is used, the better the cast iron will absorb oils, giving it a natural non-stick
finish.
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INDUCTION
60x60 model
Fig 17A
90x60 or 100x60 model
Fig 17B
Functions
: Keep Warm 42°C
: Keep Warm 70°C
1…9 : Power Level
P : Booster
A : Heating Accelerator
Hob control knob
These knobs provide control of the ceramic hob's cooking zones.
The zone it controls is shown above each knob. Turn the knob to the right to set the
zone's operating power; the settings range from a minimum of 1 to a maximum of 9.
The working power is shown by a display on the hob.
Heating accelerator
Each cooking zone is equipped with a heating accelerator.
This system allows the zone to be operated at peak power for a time proportional to
the heating power selected.
To start the heating accelerator, turn the knob to the left, select setting "A" and then
release. The letter "A" will appear on the display on the hob.
You now have 3 seconds to select the heating setting of your choice. Once a setting
between 1 and 9 has been selected, "A" and the chosen setting will flash in
alternation on the display. '
While the heating accelerator is in operation, the heating level can be increased at
any time. The "full power" time will be modified accordingly. If the power is reduced
by turning the knob anticlockwise, option "A" is automatically deactivated.
Power Function
The power function allows the user to operate each heating zone continuously at the
maximum power for a time of no more than 10 minutes. This function can be used,
for example, to bring a large amount of water to the boil in a hurry, or to turn up the
heat under meat.
Turn the knob clockwise and set heating level 9, then use the knob to set the "P"
position and release il. "P" appears on the corresponding zone display.
After 10 minutes, the power is reduced automatically, the knob returns to the 9
setting and the "P" disappears.
However, the power function can be turned ott at any time by reducing the heating
level. .
When the power function is selected for one heating zone (e.g. the left front zone),
the power absorbed by the second zone (Ieft rear zone) might be reduced to supply
the maximum available energy to the first zone.
Consequently, the power function takes priority over the heating accelerator.
If a pan is removed from the cooking zone while the power function is on, the
function is switched off.
Holding Function
(60x60 model only)
The holding function keeps the temperature of the bottoms of pans at about 42°C or
70°C . This allows foods to be kept hot with optimal energy consumption and to be
heated gently. The holding function can be kept in operation for up to 2 hours.
The holding function is
zones.
Bridge Function
and is indicated by the relevant symbols on the cooking
This function allows to use the 2 cooking zones at the right at same time with the
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(60X60model only)
same features as a single cooking zone. Booster function isn’t allowed.
1 – rotate both knobs, rear right and front right, at the same time in the P position
and keep the knobs in that position.
2 – we see that the ∏ symbol blinks in the display, then after a few seconds the ∏
symbol appears on the rear right display and the front right display shows the power
level.
3 – to control the bridge power level use the knob 4 (front right zone). If you turn the
knob 3 (rear right zone) the display shows a horizontal segment and the bridge
function ends.
HOB
ATTENTION:
Metal items such as cutlery or lids must never be placed on the surface of the hob since they may become
hot.
Cooking zones
The appliance is equipped with 4/5 cooking zones having different diameters and
powers. Their positions are clearly marked by rings, while the heating power is only
released in the area shown on the ceramic hob. The 4/5 cooking zones are of HIGHLlGHT type and start to heat up a few seconds after they are switched on. The heat
level of each zone can be regulated from the minimum to the maximum setting using
the knobs on the front panel.
Underneath each cooking zone there is a coil called an inductor, supplied with power
by an electronic system, which generates a variable magnetic field. When a pan is
placed inside this magnetic field, the highfrequency currents concentrate directly on
the bottom of the pan and produce the heat needed to cook the foods.
The 4/5 lights between the cooking zones come on when the temperature of one or
more cooking zones exceeds 60° C.. The lights go out when the temperature drops
to below about 60° C.
60x60 model
90x60 or 100x60 model
Power rating (4 zones model)
Zone number:
1
2
3
4
Power absorption
Normal operation:
With power function:
2300 W
3700 W
1850 W
3000 W
1850 W
3000 W
1850 W
3000 W
Diameter
210 mm
180 mm
180 mm
180 mm
Power rating (5 zones model)
Zone number:
1
2
3
4
5
Power absorption
Normal operation:
With power function:
1100 W
1400 W
1100 W
1400 W
1400 W
2000 W
2300 W
3000 W
2300 W
3000 W
Diameter
160 mm
160 mm
200 mm
250 mm
200 mm
When the hob is used for the first time, it should be heated to its maximum
temperature for long enough to bum off any oily residues left by the manufacturing
process, which might contaminate foods with unpleasant smells.
Types of pans
This type of appliance can only operate with pans of special kinds.
The bottom of the pan must be iron or steel/iron to generate the magnetic field
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necessary for the heating process.
Vessels made from the following materials are not suitable:
glass;
porcelain;
pottery;
steel, aluminium or copper without magnetic bottom;
To check that a pan is suitable, simply place a magnet close to its bottom:
if the magnet is attracted, the pan is suitable for induction cooking. If no magnet is to
hand, put a little water in the pan, place it on a cooking zone and switch it on. If the
symbol appears on the display instead of the power, the pan is not suitable.
The pans used for cooking must have certain minimum diameters to ensure
satisfactory operation.
Pans larger than the cooking zones can also be used, but it is important to ensure
that the bottom of the pan does not touch other cooking zones, and that it is always
centred over the perimeter of the cooking zone (Fig.18A-18B).
Fig 18A
Fig 18B
Use only vessels specially designed for induction cooking, with thick, completely flat
bottom; if these are not available, the pans used must not have crowned (concave or
convex) bottom (Fig.19).
Fig 19
Pan present device
Each cooking zone is equipped with a "pan present" device, which ensures that
cooking cannot start unless a suitable pan is present on the cooking zone and
properly positioned.
If the user attempts to switch on the cooking zone with the pan not positioned
properly or with a pan which is not of suitable material, a few seconds after the zone
is switched on the
symbol will appear to warn the user that an error has been
made.
Residual heat
Each cooking zone is equipped with a device which warns of residual heat. After any
cooking zone is switched off, a flashing ‘H’ may appear on the display. This warns
that the cooking zone concerned is stili very hot.
Locking-out the hob
When not in use, the hob can be "locked out" to prevent children from accidentally
switching it on.
With the cooking zones off, turn the knobs of zones 1 and 2 to the left
simultaneously until ‘’L’’ appear on the power
display and then release the knobs.
To deactivate it, repeat the same procedure: the cooking zone displays will stop
displaying the ‘’L’’, indicating that the cooking zone lock-out function has been
deactivated.
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Attention:
Take care not to spill sugar or sweet mixtures onto the hob during cooking, or to
piace materials or substances which might melt (plastic or aluminium foil) on it; if this
should occur, to avoid damage to the surface, tum the heating off immediately and
clean with the scraper supplied while the cooking zone is stili warm. If the ceramic
hob is not cleaned immediately, residues may form which cannot be removed once
the hob has cooled.
Important!
Keep a close eye on children because they are unlikely to see the residual heat
warming lights. The cooking zones are stili very hot for some time after use, even if
they are switched off. Make sure that children never touch them.
WARNING: Under no circumstance use aluminium foil or plastic containers to hold
the food while cooking on a glass-ceramic hob.
WARNING: Do not touch the cooking area as long as the light indicating residual
heat on the glass-ceramic hob, is “on”; this indicates that the temperature in the
relative area is still high.
WARNING: Never place pan with bottoms which are not perfectly flat and smooth on
the hob
WARNING: If you notice a crack in the ceramic hob, disconnect the appliance from
the elettricity supply and contact a service centre
WARNING: Your glass-ceramic hob is thermal shock resistant and resistant to both
heat and cold.
If you drop a heavy pot on your hob it will not break.
On the contrary, if a hard object, such as the salt shaker or the spice bottle strikes
the edge or the corner of the hob, the hob may break.
WARNING: never use the glass-ceramic hob as support surface.
SEPARATE GRILL COMPARTMENT (triple oven cavity models only)
The powerful 2.4kW grill can be used for short periods of time (e.g. toast/muffins) with the door open,
however for better efficiency it is recommended that the door is closed. A cooling fan situated behind the
control panel switches on to keep the control knobs at a comfortable temperature when the grill is in use.
The grill pan assembly The grill compartment is fitted with telescopic runners to make it easier to access
your food. To fix the grill pan onto the runners, simply extend both runners, then
lower the grill pan into place, ensuring the back corners of the grill pan rest against
the vertical pins. The wire trivet that fits into the grill pan is reversible to provide two
grilling heights.
To use the grill:
1 Use the reversible trivet to select the correct height for the food you wish to grill.
Using the trivet at the lowest height will help to slow down the cooking process.
2 Turn the grill control knob (Fig.20A-20B) clockwise to the maximum setting 7. The
adjacent red thermostat light will illuminate. For best results you should preheat the
grill for 3-5 minutes.
3 Once preheated, adjust the grill control knob clockwise to the desired setting 1 to
7.
4 To turn off the grill, turn the control knob anti-clockwise to the "O" position.
At the end of cooking remove the grill pan for cleaning. If high fat content foods have
been prepared with the door closed, leave the grill turned on at maximum
temperature for 5 minutes. This will burn off any fatty residue on the elements.
Always use oven gloves when handling the grill pan and turning food. Do not line the
grill pan with aluminium foil, this can cause damage to the enamel coating and the
grill elements.
It is recommended to use fan assisted grilling at 200°C with the door closed in the
main oven for foods that need grilling for longer than 10 minutes (e.g. meat, fish).
See page 24 for more info.
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Fig 20A
Fig 20B
Most foods such as bread products and bacon are grilled on the higher settings For
thicker cuts of meat, chicken pieces etc. you should use fan assisted grilling in the
main oven. See page 24.
Suggested cooking times
(turn the food halfway through the cooking time):
Food
Grill setting
Cooking time
Bacon
Toasted bread or muffins
Crème brulèe
High 7
High 7
High 7
4 – 6 minutes
4 – 6 minutes
3 – 5 minutes
Crumpets
High 7
4 – 6 minutes
OVENS
Using the gas oven
Gas oven:
All the gas oven cookers are equipped with a thermostat and safety device to adjust
the cooking temperature. The oven temperature is set by turning the knob
counterclockwise to match the indicator with the temperature selected. The gas
oven can be combined with a gas grill or an electric grill. See the specific pages for
use information.
Fan gas oven:
Operating the fan of the oven by means of the appropriate switch situated on the
control panel, the circulation of warm air guarantees a uniform heat distribution. The
preheating of the oven can be avoided. However for delicate baking, it is preferable
to warm the oven before introducing the baking-pan. The baking system with the fan
convection changes in part the various traditional baking notions. When roasting
meat it is not necessary to turn the meat anymore and for a roast on the spit, it is not
indispensable to use the spit-roaster, but is sufficient to put the meat directly on the
grate.
With the use of the fan gas oven, the baking temperatures are slightly lower of about
10-15°C compared to those in use with the traditional gas oven. The fan operation of
the oven prevents the operation of the electric grill, which therefore cannot be used
with the fan in action.
The oven can also be used in a traditional way, (by not activating the fan) for foods
requiring heat from the bottom, e.g. pizza.
WARNING: If the burner flames are extinguished accidentally, turn off the control
knob and do not try to relight the oven until after at least 1 minute.
The oven burner can be ignited in different ways:
- Manual lighting (it is always possible even when the power is cut off):
To light the oven, open the oven door and turn the knob so the 260°C on the scale
matches the indicator (Fig.21A-21B for HYB oven and Fig.22A-22B for GEV model).
At the same time put a lit match next to the ignition tube that is visible on the oven
level. Then press the thermostat knob (this makes the gas start to flow) and keep it
pressed, after the burner has been completely lit, for 10 seconds. Release the knob
and make sure that the burner remains on, otherwise repeat the operation.
- Electric ignition (only for the models equipped with this device):
In this case, first open the oven door, then turn the knob to the maximum
temperature setting (260°C). Then press the thermostat knob (models with ignition
trough knob). Wait about 10 seconds after the burner has been completely lit and
then release the knob. Make sure that the burner remains on, otherwise repeat the
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operation. As for cookers without ignition trough knob, press the thermostat knob
and the key with the spark symbol, wait about 10 seconds after the burner has been
completely lit and then release the knob. Make sure that the burner remains on,
otherwise repeat the operation.
The ignition device should not be used for more than 15 seconds. If after that period
the burner still has not been lit, do not use the device and open the door of the room
or wait at least 60 seconds before trying to light the oven again.
WARNING: when trying to light the oven, the door must always be open. When
using the oven, leave the cooker cover open to prevent it from overheating.
NOTICE: when using the oven for the first time it should be operated for 15-30
minutes at a temperature of about 250° without cooking anything inside in order to
eliminate any moisture and odours from the internal insulation.
During normal oven use, after lighting the burner and setting the desired
temperature, wait about 15 minutes before putting in any food to preheat the oven.
The oven is equipped with 4 guides at different heights level which can be used to
insert shelves or the tray. To keep the oven as clean as possible it is recommended
to cook meat on the tray or on the shelf that has been inserted inside the tray. The
table below lists the general cooking times and the position of the tray for different
types of foods. Personal experience will help to determine any variations in the
values reported in the table. In any case, it is recommended to follow the instructions
of the specific recipe being used.
Temperatures between brackets are referred to the use of oven with fan assisted
gas.
Fig 21A
Fig 22A
Fig 21B
Fig 22B
Fig 23
GAS OVEN COOKING TABLE
TEMP °C
MEAT
PORK ROAST
BEEF ROAST (YOUNG STEER)
BEEF ROAST
VEAL ROAST
LAMB ROAST
ROAST BEEF
ROAST HARE
ROAST RABBIT
ROAST TURKEY
ROAST GOOSE
ROAST DUCK
ROAST CHICKEN
FISH
220
250
240
220
220
230
235
220
235
225
235
235
(210)
(240)
(230)
(210)
(210)
(230)
(225)
(210)
(225)
(215)
(225)
(225)
200-225 (190-215)
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HEIGHT
MINUTES
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
60-70
50-60
60-70
60-70
45-55
55-65
40-50
50-60
50-60
60-70
45-60
40-45
2
15-25
PASTRY
FRUIT PIE
TEA CAKE
BRIOCHES
SPONGE CAKE
RING CAKE
SWEET PUFF PASTRIES
RAISIN LOAF
STRUDEL
SAVOIA COOKIES
APPLE FRITTERS
SAZOIARDI SANDWICH
TOAST SANDWICH
BREAD
PIZZA
220
190
175
235
190
220
220
180
190
220
220
250
220
220
(210)
(180)
(165)
(225)
(180)
(210)
(210)
(170)
(180)
(210)
(210)
(240)
(210)
(210)
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
2
35-40
50-55
25-30
20
30-40
20
15-20
15-20
15
20
20-30
5
30
20
Using the 2 + 0 switch – the symbol
indicates that the electric fan, and the oven light have
been turned on (Fig.24A-24B).
(only cooker with gas
oven and electric grill)
– the symbol
16B).
Fig 24A
Using the electric
thermostat
Fig 25A
indicates that only the oven light is turned on (Fig.16A-
Fig 24B
The thermostat supplied with the relative models maintains a constant temperature
inside the oven at a specific temperature setting ranging from 50°C to 250°C (Fig.
25A-25B and Fig.25C for pro t version only ).
Turn the knob clockwise and align the selected temperature indicated on the ring
with the index etched on the control panel. Thermostat operation is indicated by an
orange light which will turn off when the temperature inside the oven is 10°C greater
than the temperature setting, and will turn on when the oven is 10°C less than the
temperature setting. The thermostat can control the oven elements only if the
relative switch is in one of the possible oven element operating modes: if the switch
is in position 0, the thermostat has not effect on the oven elements, which remain
off.
Fig 25B
Fig 25C
Using the 5 + 0 switch The 5 + 0 switch installed in the hybrid oven models is used, along with the electric
or gas thermostat.
( only cooker with
To control the electric fan and the oven elements since they can be turned on by
Hybrid oven (HYB))
turning the 5 + 0 switch knob and the thermostat knob. Turning just one of the two
knobs will not have any effect on the oven except to turn on the oven light or the
electric fan.
In combination with the electric thermostat, it is used for controlling in parallel with
the thermostat the convection fan and the related oven heating resistance since for
being able to put in operation the convection fan and the resistance both the 5+0
switch knob and the thermostat knob have to be turned on; by turning only one of
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the two knobs, no effect will result on oven operation except only for lamp or fan
when switched on. Electric oven is heated by two resistances: one upper resistance
and one circular resistance; by turning the switch knob (Fig.26A-26B) the resistance
referred to the symbol printed on the knob ring will be switched on but in order to put
it in operation the thermostat knob has to be turned until the orange light on will
confirm that resistance is in operation. By turning the switch knob on one of the 5
operation mode the lamp will be switched on simultaneously with the related
resistance. Once the temperature and the type of resistance are selected, the
operation of the resistance will be controlled by the thermostat. It is therefore
accepted that during operation the orange light will switch on and off.
To turn off the electric oven set the switch knob to position 0 to prevent the
thermostat from controlling the elements. Setting the thermostat knob to position 0
turns off the elements but it is still possible, using the switch, to turn on the electric
fan and the oven light.
The switch has 5 different fixed positions corresponding to 5 different types of oven
operation:
- the symbol
indicates that only the oven light is turned on;
- the symbol
indicates that the circular element (3000W) and the electric
fan have been turned on;
- the symbol
indicates that the grill element (2500W) and the electric fan
have been turned on;
- the symbol
on
indicates that only the grill element (2500W) has been turned
- the symbol
indicates that only the electric fan has been turned on.
When the knob is set to one of these five positions, the oven light is always on, thus
indicating that the oven is being energised.
When 5+0 switch is combined with gas thermostat, resistances are switched off;
only lamps and cooling fan operates. It is possible to use the oven convection fan by
selecting on switch knob one of the following modes:
For operating the oven on Dual Energy ranges, see paragraph for use of gas oven.
Once the gas oven use is finished, switch off all the oven functions by turning the
gas thermostat knob and 5+0 switch knob to position 0 (zero).
Fig 26A
Fig 26B
Using the electric oven Before using the ovens for the first time:
- Remove all packaging and accessories from inside the ovens.
- Heat the ovens to 200°C for ½ hour to burn off manufacturing residues.
- The automatic programmer must be set to Manual mode for ordinary cooking.
- The oven will not function when set in Automatic mode. See page 26.
To use the ovens:
1 Turn the function selector knob (Fig.27A-27B and Fig.28A-28B) clockwise to the
desired function.
The orange light will illuminate, indicating that the element is on.
2 Turn the temperature selector knob (Fig.29A-29B and Fig.30 for PRO T version
only) clockwise to the desired temperature. The orange light will go out once the
oven has reached temperature and is ready for use. It is normal for this light to go
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on and off during cooking as the elements maintain the temperature (The operation
of the oven is indicated by the display of the programmer for PRO T version only).
3 To turn the oven off, turn the function selector and temperature knobs anticlockwise back to •.
Steam may be generated when cooking. As a precaution, always open the door in
two stages. First, partially open the door by 100mm for a few seconds to allow the
steam to escape, then open the door fully. Keep your face and head away from the
door when opening.
Never line the oven interior with foil as this can cause overheating and damage the
enamel. Never cook on the oven base. Always place dishes and trays onto an oven
shelf. Do not leave the grill pan or other dishes on the oven base as damage to
the oven may occur.
Fig 27A
Fig 28A
Fig 29A
Fig 27B
Fig 28B
Fig 29B
Fig 30
Preheating the oven:
'Quickstart' provides the most efficient and fastest way to preheat the main oven (left
hand oven). It will also ensure your oven cooks evenly. Use 'Quickstart' as follows
(
):
1 Select 'Quickstart' (using the oven function selector) and the required cooking
temperature (using the temperature selector). Allow the orange thermostat light to
come on and off several times. This allows the temperature to stabilize before
introducing food (The operation of the oven is indicated by the display of the
programmer for PRO T version only).
2 Select the recurred cooking function and place the food in the oven.
3 When preparing heat sensitive foods such as cakes or meringues using the 'True
Fan' function, allow the orange light to come on and off again several times to allow
the top element to cool slightly.
'Quickstart' is unsuitable for use as a cooking function It is a quick pre-heat system.
Oven functions
When using any of the functions in the multifunction oven (except grilling and
defrosting) it is always recommended that you pre-heat the oven using the
Quick start function, before switching over to your desired cooking function.
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When using the Fan Assisted or True Fan oven function, it is advisable to reduce the
oven temperature by 20°C if following a recipe written for a conventional oven.
Check the food often through the latter stages of cooking until you are used to the
cooking times and temperatures.
The ovens have a range of cooking functions providing different heat zones. The
'True Fan' function for instance, is most suitable for cakes, desserts and batch
baking. The ' Fan Assisted' function gives more browning so is more suitable for
roasting meats and vegetables or frozen potato products.
Example: To cook a turkey:
When cooking a turkey, the grill pan can be used as a roasting tin Line the pan with
a double layer of extra wide foil, allowing enough foil to wrap the turkey loosely. It is
important to allow enough space around the sides and top of the oven for the hot air
to circulate. Make sure that the foil is not touching the sides or top of the oven. In a
60cm oven a turkey of 9 to 11 kg can be cooked. In a 40cm oven a turkey of 6 – 9
kg can be cooked.
The oven light operates on selection of any oven function
Symbol
Function
Ovens found in
Quickstar
60cm and 90cm
Defrost
60cm and 90cm
Conventional
oven
All ovens
Lower
element
All ovens
Bottom
Use at low temperatures for slow-cooking casseroles, custard
or for warming plates. Use at high temperatures for cooking
sweet and savoury pastry tarts.
Upper
element
All ovens
Top
Use for browning and reheating dishes such as lasagne,
moussaka and cauliflower cheese.
Conventional
grill
All ovens
Grill
Rotisserie
30cm and 40cm
(version T only)
Grill
Ideal for crumpets, muffins and Welsh rarebit. Use when grilling
for less than 15mins. For foods needing a longer time use fan
assisted grilling.
The rotisserie motor rotates food under the grill for succulent
results. Suitable for poultry, game birds and rolled and tied
joints of pork or lamb.
Fan assisted
grill
60cm and 90cm
Grill plus
fan
Fan assisted
oven
60cm and 90cm
Top and
bottom plus
fan
True fan oven 60cm and 90cm
Circular fan
element
only
Pizza
Bottom plus
others
60cm and 90cm
Elements
used
What to use it for
It is recommended that the oven is always pre-heated before
Top plus fan use, whatever the cooking temperature. Quick start is not
suitable for cooking - once the oven has reached temperature,
switch to one of the oven functions below.
None
Place small frozen items on an oven tray at the lowest shelf
position, and set the temperature selector knob to O°C. Never
use heat to defrost as this can pose a health risk. Larger items
such as joints, or a whole chicken or turkey, should be
defrosted in the refrigerator.
Top and
Ideal for roasting and for baking items such as bread or rich fruit
bottom
cakes on a single shelf.
The fan circulates hot air around the food helping to cook it all
the way through. Ideal for cooking meat such as sausages and
chicken portions. Cooking high water content foods such as
bacon and chops with this function helps to reduce
condensation. (Recommended: Door closed 200°C, 2nd from
top shelf, turn the food over halfway through.
The fan circulates the hot air around the oven for uniform
cooking of larger quantities of food. Use for roasting vegetables,
meat and poultry, or baked fish. This function is the best one for
cooking frozen potato products and breaded/battered chicken or
fish.
This function is suitable for most recipes and is an efficient way
to cook. The temperature is kept uniform throughout the oven
and is particularly suitable for baking on several shelves or for
batch cooking.
Use for cooking pizza, pastry or flat breads to get a
perfectly cooked base.
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Using the grill
The grill pan consists of a wire trivet and enamel tray. Place food on the wire trivet.
A lower shelf position can be used to slow cooking down, or the temperature can be
reduced. A detachable grill pan handle is supplied for removing the hot tray.
Both the Fan Assisted Grill and Conventional Grill functions are designed to be used
with the oven door closed. This ensures efficient preheating and even cooking.
When grilling, always pre-heat the grill element for 5 minutes before introducing food
(200°C is recommended for preheating). It is recommended that the grill pan is
always removed from the oven when not in use, as air flow around the oven can be
impaired. The grill should be used with the oven door closed. Use the Fan Assisted
Grill function for thicker pieces of meat and when cooking high water
content foods to reduce condensation.
Always use oven gloves when handling the grill pan and turning food. Do not line the
grill pan with aluminium foil, this can cause damage to the enamel coating and the
grill elements.
At the end of cooking remove the grill pan for cleaning. If high fat content foods have
been prepared, leave the grill turned on at a maximum temperature for 5 minutes to
clean the grill element.
Grill Pan
The grill pan should be removed from the oven when not required. If left in the oven
it will block the flow of hot air. This can cause hot spots and could damage the grill
pan and the oven interior. When using in 60cm and 90cm ovens the grill pan can
be used in the top two shelf positions for grilling, or in the bottom two shelf positions
for roasting. When using the grill pan for roasting, the 'True Fan' function should be
used.
When using in 30cm or 40cm ovens the grill pan should only be used in conjunction
with the grill (in the top two shelf positions) or far the rotisserie (in the bottom shelf
position).
Fan assisted grilling
Food
Chicken places
Burgers
Fish fillets
Lamb chops
Gammon steaks
Chicken breasta
Pork chops
Grill setting
Cooking time
200°C
200°C
200°C
200°C
200°C
200°C
200°C
30 minutes
18 minutes
10-15 minutes
15 minutes
15 minutes
30 minutes
25 minutes
These times are purely advisory and will depend on the size and cut of the food.
Please ensure foods are cooked through before serving (pork, fish and chicken in
particular).
Using the grill or fan
grill functions
Far even grilling it is important to preheat the grill before introducing the food. This
will ensure good sealing and even browning of the food. It is recommended that the
door remain closed for safety and efficiency when using this function. The separate
grill compartment can be used with the door open if preferred, for short grilling
periods (e.g. up to 15 minutes).
Aluminium foil should not be used to line the oven cavity or grill pan. This
can cause overheating, buckling and cracking of the enamel surfaces.
Using the rotisserie
(secondary oven
TOP model)
Warning: The maximum weight for the rotisserie is 3.5 kg.
1 Place the grill pan in the bottom shelf position to catch any drips.
2 Place the wire support shelf into the oven so that it sits level with the hole at the
back of the oven.
3 Pre-heat the oven. A temperature of 2200 C is recommended.
4 Place one of the forks onto the spit and tighten the thumbscrew.
5 Skewer the meat with the spit, ensuring that the fork firmly pierces and holds the
meat. When cooking poultry, aim for the bone area under the breast.
6 Fit the second fork, again ensuring that the meat is firmly pierced. For poultry, the
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fork should enter just below the thighs. Tighten the thumbscrew into place. Ensure
that the food is well balanced to avoid stress on the motor drive. The maximum
weight bearing of the spit is 3.5kg.
7 Turn off the oven. Fit the handle to the spit assembly, then place the spit over the
wire support shelf and place the spit end into the hole In the rear oven wall. Locate
the spit support onto the wire shelf. Remove the handle (the handle is used solely
for moving the spit) and close the oven door.
8 Turn the oven back on to the rotisserie/grill function (
).
As a guide, most meats will require about 15 minutes per 450g at 220°C. Always
check that food is thoroughly cooked and that the juices of poultry run clear when
pierced.
Operating the oven
light in the 60cm and
90cm ovens
Turn the function selector control knob to switch the light on. The light will remain on
while the oven is in use. In the 30cm and 40cm ovens, turn the function control to
the light icon. The light will also operate once a function has been selected for
cooking.
Cooling fan
The range cooker is fitted with a thermostatically controlled cooling fan designed to
prevent the control panel and knobs from overheating. The fan will operate when a
certain temperature is reached. It will turn off when the temperature decreases.
USING THE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMER (PRO T model only)
The programmer with touch controls allows to program the cooking cycle with the following cooking tools:
-
Delay;
Cooking time;
Probe
Clock or Time
Icons legend
Remove selection or leave menu
Confirm selection
Scroll left/right and up/down (keep press the button to increase
the speed)
Settings menu
System Settings
Timer
Delay
Cooking time
Food probe
Level indicator of temperature
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Home screen
-
To active timer/set up menu touch control zones.
In this screen the temperature knob is not active.
To switch directly to the functions cooking selection screen turn the function
knob and the icon of the selected function will appear on the display.
Timer/set up menù
To advance to the system settings select the set-up icon.
In this screen it is possible to set the time (12 or 24h), the type of degrees (metric °C
or imperial °F) and the intensity of the buzzer.
Set up
Select field with
and confirm
Set the desired values
Leave menù
and confirm
.
Timer
This function is simply a minute minder: the timer can be used independently from
cooking and it will not turn off the oven at the end of the set time. To shut off
automatically the oven, select COOKING TIME (see below).
Set the desired values
Leave menù
Functions cooking
selection
and confirm
.
The display will show the desired function icon turning the function knob
In this setting the touch controls are not active.
N.B. the function knob has the priority and the display will always show the choice of
the function.
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Choose the desired temperature turning thermostat knob to move to the cooking
tools menu. Wait to 3/4 seconds confirm the selected value and the display will
show the status screen.
Status screen
Cooking tools menu
If not selected any cooking instrument after inactivity of 3/5 seconds the screen
returns to the initial state or to status screen in case the oven is in operation.
Time
Press the touch zone next to
(settings menu) to enter the cooking tools menu
screen and select time touching the corresponding touch control zone.
Set the desired values
Leave menù
and confirm
.
Delay
Press the touch zone next to
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(settings menu) to enter the cooking tools menu
screen and select delay touching the corresponding touch control zone.
Set desired time before oven will turn on
and confirm
The oven will turn on at the set time and it will be confirmed with a repeating tone.
Touch any touch control area to stop tone.
Leave menù
.
After 3/5 seconds of inactivity the screen returns to the status screen.
Cooking time
Press the touch zone next to
(settings menu) to enter the cooking tools menu
screen and select cooking time touching the corresponding touch control zone.
Set the desired duration
and confirm
The display will show the countdown.
The oven will turn off at the end of the countdown and it will be confirmed with a
repeating tone. Touch any touch control area to stop tone.
Leave menù
.
After 3/5 seconds of inactivity the screen returns to the status screen.
Probe (PRO T model only)
Press the touch zone next to
(settings menu) to enter the cooking tools menu
screen and select probe touching the corresponding touch control zone.
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Set the desired food temperature with
and confirm
.
The display will show the set temperature and the actual temperature measured by
the probe. The oven will turn off when the desired food temperature is reached. End
of cooking will be confirmed with a tone. To stop tone touch any touch control area.
Leave menù
.
After 3/5 seconds of inactivity the screen returns to the status screen.
The probe works by measuring the temperature inside a joint of meat. There are no
set cooking times as the cooking time depends on how long it takes far the internal
temperature of the meat to reach the set care temperature. This can vary depending
on the weight and type of meat. For this reason it is not recommended that the
probe is used with the automatic timer.
The meat is ready when the temperature set on the right hand side of the clock
fascia is reached and the oven then switches off.
Foods suitable for use with the probe are large joints of boneless meat or joints that
have been deboned & stuffed eg. topside of beef, pork fillet. deboned leg of
lamb/pork.
It is important that:
- Meat should be as close to room temperature as possible.
- The probe is inserted into the centre of the joint of meat to give accurate results.
Once in the centre of the meat it is cooked to the temperature selected on the clock
fascia panel.
If the probe is not fully inserted to the centre of the meat, the desired cooking
temperature may not be reached.
To use:
1 Remove the probe part cover on the left hand side of the oven and insert the
short metal end of the probe.
2 Then place the meat in the roasting tin on the 2nd shelf from the base of the oven
and insert the long end of the probe into the thickest part of the meat towards the
centre. Make sure the rubber probe cable is not trapped in the door, or touching the
oven shelf as this could affect the results. Any slack in the cable should rest in the
roasting tin.
3 When both temperatures on the display reach the temperature set, the oven will
switch off.
Below there is a chart to be used as a guideline. Meat cooked this way must not
exceed 2.5kg in weight and should be left at room temperature for a couple of hours
before cooking.
The probe is best used for red meats and pork, as suggested by the guideline
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temperatures below. It is not recommended to cook poultry using the probe.
Cut of meat
Topside of beef
Topside of beef
Deboned leg of lamb
Deboned leg of pork
Preferred result
Medium rare
Medium
Medium pink
Cooked through not pink
Suggested core temp
63°C
70°C
69°C
85°C minimum temp
- The meat does not need to rest before carving as it is cooked at a lower
temperature than roasting.
Important
DO NOT LEAVE THE PROBE IN THE OVEN CAVITY WHEN NOT IN USE.
Reset
To reset the cooking tools (delay / cooking time and probe) bring both knobs on the
zero position “0”.
OVEN TEMPERATURE GUIDE
Selecting the correct cooking temperature
The centre of each number should be In line with the central dot icon on the fascia. When using the 'True
Fan' or the 'Pizza' function, select a temperature 20°C lower than your recipe states. Most recipes are written
for the conventional, but, more recently, magazines, food packaging and cook books have started to add the
required Fan temperature, usually in brackets. There are 4 shelf positions – 1 is the lowest and 4 is the
highest near to the grill.
If cooking one dish use shelf position 2, if cooking more than one tray depending on the height of the tray or
food it is suggested to cook on shelf positions 1 & 3.
NATURAL CONVENTIONAL ELECTRIC OVEN COOKING TABLE
TEMP °C
MEAT
PORK ROAST
225
BEEF ROAST (YOUNG STEER)
225
BEEF ROAST
250
VEAL ROAST
225
LAMB ROAST
225
ROAST BEEF
230
ROAST HARE
250
ROAST RABBIT
250
ROAST TURKEY
250
ROAST GOOSE
225
ROAST DUCK
250
ROAST CHICKEN
250
HEIGHT
MINUTES
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3
3/4
3/4
3
3
3
3/4
3/4
60-80
60-80
50-60
60-80
40-50
50-60
40-50
60-80
50-60
60-70
45-60
40-45
FISH
200-225
2
15-25
PASTRY
FRUIT PIE
TEA CAKE
BRIOCHES
SPONGE CAKE
RING CAKE
SWEET PUFF PASTRIES
RAISIN LOAF
STRUDEL
SAVOIA COOKIES
APPLE FRITTERS
SAZOIARDI SANDWICH
TOAST SANDWICH
BREAD
PIZZA
225
175-200
175-200
220-250
180-200
200-220
250
180
180-200
200-220
200-220
250
220
220
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
35-40
50-55
25-30
20-30
30-40
15-20
25-35
20-30
40-50
15-20
20-30
5
30
20
30
VENTILATED ELECTRIC OVEN COOKING TABLE
TEMP °C
HEIGHT
MINUTES
MEAT
PORK ROAST
BEEF ROAST (YOUNG STEER)
BEEF ROAST
VEAL ROAST
LAMB ROAST
ROAST BEEF
ROAST HARE
ROAST RABBIT
ROAST TURKEY
ROAST GOOSE
ROAST DUCK
ROAST CHICKEN
160-170
170-180
170-190
160-180
140-160
180-190
170-180
160-170
160-170
160-180
170-180
180
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
70-100
65-90
40-60
65-90
100-130
40-45
30-50
80-100
160-240
120-160
100-160
70-90
FISH
160-180
2-3
PASTRY
FRUIT PIE
TEA CAKE
BRIOCHES
SPONGE CAKE
RING CAKE
SWEET PUFF PASTRIES
RAISIN LOAF
STRUDEL
SAVOIA COOKIES
APPLE FRITTERS
SAZOIARDI SANDWICH
TOAST SANDWICH
BREAD
PIZZA
180-200
200-220
170-180
200-230
160-180
180-200
230-250
160
150-180
180-200
170-180
230-250
200-220
200-220
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
2
40-50
40-45
40-60
25-35
35-45
20-30
30-40
25-35
50-60
18-25
30-40
7
40
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When cooking a Dundee cake or rich fruit cake, always wrap 2 layers of brown paper around the sides and
check after each hour.
A piece of brown paper may need to be put over the top. Always ensure foods are cooked through before
serving, pork, poultry and fish in particular .* See page 22 for more information on cooking a turkey.
USING THE THERMOMETER (Fig.31)
The cooker is fitted with a device to measure the temperature in the middle of the oven.
This lets you check the temperature inside the oven and adjust food cooking temperatures more accurately.
Electric oven
When you turn on the oven, the orange light comes on to indicate that the heating
elements are working: The thermometer dial will start to move towards the set
temperature.
The orange light will keeping coming on and off, indicating that the heating elements
are working to maintain the temperature inside the oven.
The light may go off for a few minutes before the thermometer has reached the
temperature required. This is normal, because operation of the heating elements is
regulated so that heat is distributed properly inside the oven.
Heat is optimally distributed inside the oven when the thermometer dial has stopped.
If the oven temperature drops or goes up, the thermometer dial will follow these
variations in the same way.
When the oven is turned off, the temperature on the thermometer will slowly drop
until it reaches room temperature.
Note: The temperatures on the knob are indicative. Follow the thermometer
temperature for cooking.
Gas oven
When the oven is turned on, the burner will start working at the maximum and the
thermometer dial will start to move towards the set temperature.
The flame may die down before the thermometer has reached the temperature
required. This is because burner power is reduced so that heat can be evenly
distributed inside the oven.
Heat is optimally distributed inside the oven when the thermometer dial has stopped.
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When the oven is turned off, the temperature on the thermometer will slowly drop
until it reaches room temperature.
Note: The Thermostat Position and Oven Temperature correspondence in table no.
6 is indicative and depends on various factors such as the type of gas and supply
pressure.
Follow the thermometer temperature for cooking.
Note: it is normal to record different temperatures from those indicated on the panel
thermometer, when you measure the temperature in the middle of the oven using a
different thermometer.
The temperature indicated by the thermometer is the mean temperature inside the
oven and does not indicate the temperature of any single point.
Fig 31
CLEANING YOUR COOKER
A false reading of the temperature may be caused by heavy food soiling, residual oven cleaner on the
thermostat and/or the roof elements, or a dislodged thermostat phial. Cleaning should be carried out
regularly and with care. Always disconnect the electricity supply to the appliance before any cleaning takes
place. Never allow fat or oil to build up on any surface, particularly on oven bases and oven trays, as this can
lead to permanent staining or the risk of fat fires.
Cleaning your gas hob Stainless steel hob
- Do not use any abrasive cleaners on the stainless steel hotplate.
Wipe with a soft cloth using warm water and washing-up liquid. Whilst still damp
polish dry with an microfibre cloth.
- For stubborn cooked-on stains use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner.
- Always work in the same direction as the grain of the stainless steel, rinse well
and polish dry.
Pan supports
Pan supports and burner caps are made from cast iron with a protective coating of
acid resistant enamel, and must not be put in a dishwasher.
-
Always allow pan supports and burner caps to cool completely before immersing
in water.
Wipe with a soft cloth using warm water and washing-up liquid.
Far stubborn marks use a cream cleaner applied with a nylon scourer. Rinse
well and dry, before replacing on the hotplate.
When placing the pan supports on the hotplate, the widest edge of the cast iron
faces to the outside left or right.
Burner rings
- Use a cream cleaner and a nylon scourer. Rinse well and dry.
- After cleaning, ensure that the burner slots are dry and not blocked.
Alloy burner bases
- Never put the alloy bases in a dishwasher as the salt may damage the alloy.
- Always ensure that no other metals are in the same water as the alloy bases as
electrolysis may occur, blackening the alloy. Wipe clean with a soft cloth, warm
water and washing-up liquid.
For stubborn marks use a cream cleaner on a soft damp cloth.
Rinse and dry before replacing on the hotplate.
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When re-assembling the burners, always ensure that the notches on the burner ring
are seated firmly into the base far the gas to ignite and the flame to be stable. (See
burner assembly instructions
Assembly of the burners (Fig.32)
The circular burners have two notches, which fit around the thermocouple and the
ignition candle (on the dual wok burner these notches are located on the inner ring).
Once the burner is securely in place, the black burner cap(s) should sit on top.
The burner caps must be in the correct position far operation.
Fig 32
Chef Top
- As the Chef Top is heavy we recommend that you clean it on the hob without
moving it.
- After cooking, allow the Chef Top to cool until just warm.
- Use a spatula to remove any cooking residue.
- Wipe away any fat in the drip tray with kitchen towel.
- Clean the whole surface with warm water and washing-up liquid, using a
stainless steel scourer. Always work with the grain of the stainless steel.
- Some foods with a high salt content (such as bacon) may leave white rnarks.
For these and other stubborn marks use a cream cleaner suitable for stainless
steel surfaces.
Cast iron griddle
- The cast iron griddle will absorb oils as it is used. Over time it will develop a
natural non-stick finish.
- After cooking, scour the griddle whilst stili warm with warm water, and dry
Immediately.
- Rub a little olive oil into the cooking surface to protect the cast iron while not in
use.
- Avoid using detergents as this will remove the natural non-stick coating. Do not
clean in a dishwasher.
Cleaning your
induction hob
Allow the hotplate to cool down until the residual heat indicator is extinguished
before commencing any cleaning. Never use scouring powders or paste, metal
scourers, oven cleaners or any abrasive cleaning products on the hotplate. It is
important that any spillage is cleaned from the hotplate before it is used again.
-
Far light soiling, wipe with a soft cloth, warm water and washing-up liquid. For a
streak free finish, polish dry with an microfibre cloth.
- For more stubborn marks and to condition the surface, use a good quality hob
cleaner/conditioner, following the manufacturer's instructions.
- For spillages with a high sugar content (such as jam) or the accidental melting of
plastic or alloy materials, turn off the hotplate and remove the spillage
immediately. Take care as the hotplate and the spillage will be very hot.
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Fascia, controls and external surfaces
Do not use strong or abrasive cleaning agents or materials on the controls. fascia
panel or coloured cooker surfaces This can cause damage to the calibrations and
icons and permanently scratch the surfaces.
Coloured surfaces:
Clean with a sott cloth, warm water and washing-up liquid Whilst still damp, polish
dry with an microfibre cloth.
Stainless steel:
Far stubborn marks use a reputable non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner. Always
work with the grain of the stainless steel, rinse well and polish dry with an microfibre
cloth.
Glass:
Clean with a soft cloth, warm water and washing-up liquid. Difficult marks on the
glass can be removed using a cream cleaner. Never use sharp implements to
remove marks as this could scratch the glass.
Ovens:
Always allow the oven interior to cool before cleaning.
Interior oven door enamel and glass
Never use sharp implements to remove stains as this could scratch the surface. The
door enamel and glass surfaces can be cleaned with a soft cloth, warm water and
washing-up liquid. Polish dry with an microfibre cloth. For more stubborn marks and
to protect the glass surface use a good quality glass cleaner/conditioner, following
the manufacturer's instructions.
Please do not use steam cleaners on the oven interiors as thls may affect electronic
parts.
Ensure the cooker is cold before cleaning.
Removal of the oven door
To allow full access to the inside of the oven for thorough cleaning, the oven door
can be removed.
- Fully open the door and insert the pins supplied into each hinge.
- While closing the door to an angle of about 30°, lift and pull so that the door
leaves the mounting. Leave pins in place.
Removal of the inner glass door panes
To assist with cleaning, the inner glass door panes are removable.
- Open the door fully and insert the pms supplied into each hinge to secure the
door in an open position.
Locate the stainless steel clips at the base of the door.
- Slide the clips towards the centre of the door.
- Holding the glass, lift slightly and pull towards the oven, the glass pane will
release.
- The central glass pane is revealed. This can be cleaned in situ or removed.
- To remove the central pane, remove the 4 screws and brackets.
It is important to remember when replacing the central pane that the rubber
spacing must be replaced first.
When replacing the inner pane, ensure the glass is print side up and the widest
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border is nearest the cooker.
It is not necessary to remove the door in order to clean the glass panes.
Oven interior
To tell whether your oven has stay clean liners look at the oven walls. If the surface
is grey in colour and rough in texture then this is a stay clean liner. If the surface is
smooth and black, this is an enamelled surface.
Fitting the stay clean liners
If you have purchased stay clean liners as an accessory, they are easy to fit.
Sideliners
- Remove all shelving from the oven
- Remove side shelf runners by pulling away using the centre of the bottom
runner .
- Place the holes in the side of the liner over the holes in the side of the oven.
- Insert the side shelf runner into the holes starting with the top first, and then
pushing in the bottom.
Back liners (60cm and 90cm ovens only)
- Place hole in centre, bottom of the liner over the hole below the fan at the
Back of the oven.
- Screw into position.
Cleaning stay clean
liners
We recommend that side shelf runners, telescopic runners and shelves are
removed prior to cleanunig, the stay clean liners and the door and floor are cleaned
by hand.
-
After cooking (especially after roasting) remove all trays and shelves.
Heat the oven to maximum temperature for 15 - 20 minutes to allow the stains to
catalyse (true fan or fan assisted functions).
If the oven is heavily soiled, allow the oven to cool before cleaning the splashes
with a damp sponge. Then heat the oven for two hours at maximum
temperature.
Repeat the cycle if difficult marks have not been removed.
Periodically, the side panels can be removed from the oven and washed with
lukewarm soapy water before drying with a soft cloth. Before refitting the
panels, clean the enamel interior.
Enamelled surfaces
Do not allow vinegar, wine, coffee, milk, salt water or fruit juices to remain in contact
with enamelled surfaces for prolonged periods as they may stain or discolour the
surface.
For light soiling wipe with a soft cloth, using warm water and washing up liquid. For
heavier soiling use a cream cleaner and a nylon scourer.
Oven cleaning products can be used according to the manufacturer's directions but
care should be taken that they do not come in contact with any stainless steel,
chrome, coloured or alloy parts of the cooker or the door seals and elements.
Side shelf runners, shelves, telescopic runners
If lightly soiled, wipe with a soft cloth, warm water and washing up liquid. For more
stubborn marks soak in warm water and washing up liquid and clean with a nylon
scourer.
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The side shelf runners and shelves can be cleaned In a dishwasher.
This is not advisable with the telescopic runners as the detergent may remove the
lubrication on the runners.
Removing and refitting the telescopic runners
- The telescopic runners fit any shelf level, and work with both the grill tray and
wire shelves.
- Locate the two spring clips at the front and back of the runners.
- Gently pull down the front spring clip.
- Pull the runner away from the oven side - be careful not to strain the clip.
- Repeat steps 2 - 3 on rear spring clip to remove runner.
- To replace, hold runner level with front section of side support and clip in place.
Repeat with rear section.
Removal of roof tray
The roof tray above the grill element can be removed for cleaning.
-
Support the grill element with one hand while removing the 2 wing nuts that hold
the element in place.
The element position will drop slightly allowing removal of the top liner.
Once cleaned and dried, the top liner can be placed back into position, above
the element, and re-secured with the two wing nuts.
The liner will only fit into one position so care must be taken to locate it on the
rear lugs and the front large lip must be facing downwards.
Do not use the oven unless the liner is fitted and the element has been resecured with the wing nuts.
Removal of the soft close drawer
- Pull the drawer forward. - Locate the grey clips behind the runners at the front of the drawer.
- Push in the clips and the drawer will release.
Replacing the soft close drawer
- Replace the drawer on to runners and close.
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ACCESSORIE
Plinth kits
The three-sided plinth can be screwed to the underside of your cooker to conceal
the adjustable legs. The plinth is 9,3cm in height (cannot be used with extra high
legs, and is not suitable for 100X60 triple oven).
Griddle
Half flat, half ribbed griddle is perfect for searing meat, chicken and fish. Rests on
pan supports of all cookers.
Stay clean liners
These liners are easily fitted into the back and sides of all ovens (sides only in 30cm
and 40cm ovens). They are treated with a special material that absorbs grease
splashes during cooking. By heating the oven periodically to maximum temperature,
the splashes are burnt off to keep the oven interior like new..
Telescopic sliding shelves
Even when fully extended the telescopic system offers a safe and convenient way to
grill, baste and check food without removing the trays or dishes from the oven. One
set is included in the main oven of T version. Fits all ovens and works with the grill
tray and shelves.
Cast iron wok support
This accessory is placed over the pan support to use with round-bottomed woks and
balti pans
Extra high adjustable legs
These stainless steel legs increase the height of your cooker to accommodate
kitchen units 94cm - 99.5cm high. (not suitable for 100X60 triple oven)
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The oven will not operate
- Is there power to the cooker?
- Is he automatic programmer set to manual?
- The main oven will not operate manually if the programmer is set to automatic
mode. (See page 26)
- Confirm that power is on by checking that the clock is functioning
- Check the switch fuse or circuit breaker.
The burners will not ignite
-
Is there power to the cooker?
Are the ignition candles or burner holes blocked? Are the burner rings and
burner caps seated firmly?
Confirm that power IS on by checking that the clock is functioning.
Check the switch fuse or circuit breaker.
Check that the ignition candle is clean and the burner slots are dry and free of
debris.
The burner rings should engage in the burner support. (See page33)
The burner ignites but goes out when the knob is released
- The burners have flame failure devices fitted as standard. Therefore, after
lighting the burner, keep the knob pressed in for 5-10 seconds to activate the
flame failure device.
The ignition candles are sparking continuously
-
Is he hob wet from cleaning or a boil over?
Turn off the electricity supply and thoroughly dry the burner components and
ignition candles.
The control knob are getting too hot
- Are you cooking with the oven door open?
- Keep the oven door shut when not in use or when grilling (the 100X60 triple
oven separate grill
compartment can be used for open door grilling for short periods only - max 15
min).
A control knob is loose on its shaft
- The knob retaining spring clip may have come out.
- Call our service and spares department for advice and a replacement if
necessary.
Food is cooking too quickly
- Are you using a fan function?
- Are you using the Quickstart function?
- When using a fan function you should reduce the cooking temperature by 20°C
when compared to conventional cooking. Please see the cooking charts on
page 30-31 for temperatures.
Quickstart is not suitable as a cooking function; it is only for pre-heating the oven.
Once the oven has reached temperature you should change aver to your required
cooking function. Quickstart should not be operated for more than 10 minutes.
Food is not cooking evenly
- Are you cooking large volumes of food or using large trays?
- Air needs to circulate through the oven far even cooking. Remove the grill pan
from the oven when not in use and always allow a gap on all four sides of
dishes. If cooking large quantities you may need to turn your trays during the
cooking time. Oversized baking sheets, roasting pans and cake tins will act as a
baffle and prevent hot air from travelling around the oven.
- Choose cooking equipment that allows a minimum of 2cm space on all sides to
allow the free movement of hot air.
The grill in the oven is slow
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Have you selected the correct function?
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Check that you have selected the grill function and not the top element. See
pages 23-24.
The main oven takes a long time to preheat
- Have you tried using the Quickstart function?
- Pre-heat with the Quickstart function until the temperature has been reached,
then switch to your required cooking function.
- Quickstart should not be operated for more than 10 minutes.
- To order spare parts or accessories, please call our service & spares
department.
The fan continues after the oven is turned
- The cooling fan will run on intermittently for approximately 30 minutes after the
oven is switched off to keep the controls cool, this is normal.
Condensation forms in the oven
- Have you pre-heated the oven?
- Condensation is less likely to form when the oven or grill is pre-heated before
use.
Smoke is generated in the oven
- Have you selected the right cooking temperature?
Are you cooking high fat content foods? Do you rarely use the grill?
- Have you cooked fatty foods under the grill? Does the oven interior, stay clean
liners or roof tray need to be cleaned?
- Remember to reduce the oven temperature by 20°C if using a fan function with
a recipe designed for conventional cooking.
- Use high sided dishes to contain fats and splashes.
Clean the oven interior if necessary.
- Remember to remove and clean the grill pan after use.
- Leave the grill on far a few minutes after grilling or roasting to burn off fatty
deposits from the oven roof.
- Oven surfaces should be cleaned regularly to prevent build-up of cooking
residues. See page 32.
The dor seal has split or perished
- Are you leaving the grill pan or foil at the bottom of the oven?
- Have you used caustic oven cleaners on or near the door seal?
- Always remove the grill pan when not in use as it can restrict airflow around the
oven.
- Caustic cleaners should not be used near the door seal area. Contact our
service & spares department far advice and a replacement seal if necessary
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USEFUL TIPS
Cookshop thermometers
- These are often slow to react and they should only be used as a guide. You
should also keep in mind that oven temperatures can fluctuate between 10% and
15% during any cooking period. This is normal on any oven and is caused by the
elements 'cycling' on and off.
Correct cooking time
In most cases, the cooking times stated in recipes should be used. However, the
cooking period should be reduced for dishes that require very long cooking time
(such as rich fruit cakes). As a guide, reduce the cooking time by 10 minutes for
each hour after the first hour of cooking, or after three quarters of the way through
the cooking period This also applies to very large joints of meat or turkey where a
meat thermometer is recommended. Always check that the food is hot and cooked
before serving.
Using foil
- Foil can be used to cover food in the oven but this should not come into close
proximity with the oven elements. Foil should not be used to line the oven cavity
or grill pan This can cause overheating, buckling and cracking of the enamel
surfaces.
- Silicon oven mats (sometimes used to reduce cleaning) must not be placed on
the floor of the oven when the base element IS in use (e.g. when using Bottom
Element only or Conventional Cooking. The silicon oven mats will damage the
enamel interior.
Doors and door seals
- The fit and general state of the oven doors and seals can affect temperatures in
the oven. Clean the oven seals regularly and check them for splits and tears Do not
leave oven cleaning materials in prolonged contact with the seals as this will
shorten their life span.
- Doors and their handles should not be used to move the cooker. This can pull
the door and its hinges out of position and cause heat loss or uneven heating of the
ovens.
Induction cookers
The induction hob uses a sophisticated zone management system which controls
the level of power available to each of the zones to prevent over loading of the
circuits and the power supply to the appliance.
The system automatically reduces the maximum power available to any one zone
when the other zones are being used at the same time at a high power setting If the
power level ls reduced on one zone. the power can be increased on other zones.
If several zones are used on maximum power at the same time, it is possible that
another zone may not operate. This can be managed by reducing the power level on
one of the other zones.
As an example. Using the front left and back left zones on level 9, would not allow
the middle zone to operate; this would register as an inactive zone with a line in the
middle of the display. Turning the back left zone down to level 8 would allow the
middle zone to operate up to level 7.
100x60 triple oven levelling feet
The cooker are equipped with 4 leveling feet that can be adjusted up or down using
the Allen key supplied through the centre of the toot.
To level the cooker
Start by adjusting the rear left foot to the height of the worktop (or the final required
height of the cooker) as this foot is not accessible from the front of the appliance.
Place the cooker in position. The other 3 legs are accessible from the front of the
appliance. Remove the front plinth and storage drawer to access the 3 adjustable
legs; use the Allen key tool through the middle of the leg to make the required
height and leveling adjustments.
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