Bartscher 610847 Microwave 14251M-HLGR Operating instructions

Bartscher 610847 Microwave 14251M-HLGR Operating instructions | Manualzz
Bartscher GmbH
Franz-Kleine-Str. 28
D-33154 Salzkotten
Phone: +49 5258 971-0
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Technical Support Hotline: +49 5258 971-197
Version: 1.0
Date of preparation: 2022-07-12
Original instruction manual
Safety ............................................................................................................ 2
Explanation of Signal Words .................................................................... 2
Safety instructions.................................................................................... 3
Intended Use ........................................................................................... 7
Unintended Use ....................................................................................... 7
General information ....................................................................................... 8
Liability and Warranty .............................................................................. 8
Copyright Protection ................................................................................ 8
Declaration of Conformity ........................................................................ 8
Transport, Packaging and Storage ................................................................ 9
Delivery Check ......................................................................................... 9
Packaging ................................................................................................ 9
Storage .................................................................................................... 9
Technical Data............................................................................................. 10
Technical Specifications ........................................................................ 10
Functions of the Appliance ..................................................................... 11
List of Components of the Appliance ..................................................... 12
Installation and operation ............................................................................ 13
Installation.............................................................................................. 13
Basics of Thermal Processing in Microwave .......................................... 14
Cookware Suitable for Use in Microwave .............................................. 15
Operation ............................................................................................... 16
Cleaning ...................................................................................................... 32
Safety Instructions for Cleaning ............................................................. 32
Cleaning................................................................................................. 33
Possible Malfunctions .................................................................................. 34
Disposal ....................................................................................................... 34
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Read this instruction manual before using and keep it available
at all times!
This instruction manual contains information about installation, operation and
maintenance of the appliance and constitutes an important source of information
and reference guide. The knowledge of all operational and safety instructions
included in this manual is a prerequisite for safe and proper handling of the
appliance. Additionally, accident prevention, occupational health and safety, and
legal regulations in force in the area the appliance is used apply.
Before you start using the appliance, especially before turning it on, read this
instruction manual in order to avoid personal injuries and property damages.
Improper use may cause damage.
This instruction manual forms and integral part of the product and must be stored in
an immediate vicinity of the appliance and be available at all times. The instruction
manual should be transferred together with the appliance.
This appliance has been manufactured in accordance with technical standards
currently in force. However, the appliance may be a source of hazards if used
improperly or contrary to its intended purpose. All persons using the appliance must
consider information included in this instruction manual and observe safety
Explanation of Signal Words
Important safety instructions and warning information are indicated in this
instruction manual with appropriate signal words. You must strictly follow the
instructions, to prevent accidents, personal injuries and property damages.
The signal word DANGER warns against hazards that lead to severe
injuries or death if the hazards are not avoided.
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The signal word WARNING warns against hazards that may lead to
moderate or severe injuries or death if the hazards are not avoided.
The signal word CAUTION warns against hazards that may lead to
light or moderate injuries if the hazards are not avoided.
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The signal word IMPORTANT indicates possible property damages,
which may occur if safety instructions are not observed.
The symbol NOTE indicates subsequent information and guidelines
for the user on usage of the appliance.
Safety instructions
Electrical Current
Too high a mains voltage or incorrect installation may cause electric shock.
The appliance may be connected only if data on the rating plate correspond with
the mains voltage.
To avoid short-circuit, the appliance should be kept dry.
If there are malfunctions during operation, disconnect the appliance from the
power supply.
Do not touch the appliance’s plug with wet hands.
Never take hold of the appliance if it has fallen into water. Immediately
disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Any repairs or housing opening may be carried out by professionals and
relevant workshops only.
Do not transport the appliance, holding it by the power cord.
Do not allow the power cord to come into contact with heat sources or sharp
Do not bend, pinch nor knot the power cord.
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Always completely unwind the power cord.
Never place the appliance or other objects on the power cord.
Always take hold of the plug to disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Check the power cord regularly for damage. Do not use the appliance if the
power cord is damaged. If this cable is damaged, it must be replaced by
customer service or a qualified electrician in order to avoid dangers.
Flammable Materials
Never subject the appliance to contact with high temperature sources, e.g.:
oven, furnace, open flame, heat generating devices, etc.
To avoid fire hazard, clean the appliance regularly.
Do not cover the appliance with, e.g., aluminium foil or cloths.
Use the appliance only with materials designated to this end and with correct
temperature settings. Materials, groceries and left-overs remaining in the
appliance may catch fire.
Never use the appliance near flammable or inflammable materials, e.g.: petrol,
spirit, alcohol, etc. High temperature triggers evaporation of these materials,
and, as a result of contact with sources of ignition, an explosion may occur.
In case of fire, disconnect the appliance from the power supply before
attempting suitable fire-extinguishing actions.
Never attempt to extinguish fire with water if the appliance is connected to the
power supply. Following extinction of fire, ensure sufficient fresh air inflow.
Fire or Explosion Hazard
Do not place any objects inside the appliance (cookbooks, sponges, etc.).
Sudden activation of the appliance can cause damage to such objects, and
even burn them.
When heating or cooking food products in containers from flammable materials
such as plastic or paper, remain near the appliance as there is a risk of the
appliance overheating.
If objects in the device catch fire, leave the door closed, turn the appliance off
and remove the plug from its socket orR flip the main circuit breaker switch.
Do not use metallic pots, pans or covers. Metal may lead to sparks in the
cooking chamber. Use only dishes resistant to high temperatures, designed for
use in microwave ovens (see sec. 5.3). Risk of fire!
Do not prepare food products and beverages in closed or sealed containers.
Such containers may crack inside the device or injure the user when being
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Do not use the appliance for preparation of fresh or hard-boiled eggs, either in
shell or peeled, as eggs may explode.
Food products with thick skins, such as potatoes, pumpkins, apples or
chestnuts, should be pierced prior to heating.
Do not place solutions inside containing water, oil or grease, as such a mixture
may explode.
Safety of Microwave Oven Operation
Do not fry any food products in the appliance. Hot oil can lead to skin burns
and/or damage to the appliance.
Food products prepared in the appliance are heated unevenly. Also, containers
are usually hotter than the food products inside. Carefully check the temperature
of food products, especially those prepared for children. Risk of burns!
During the heating of liquids in the microwave oven it is possible that the liquid
may reach boiling temperature without externally visible bubbling. For this
reason, special care must be taken when handling the container. Even a light
bump, e.g. when removing the liquid from the device, may lead to spillage. Risk
of burns!
For that reason avoid using tall, narrow containers with a thin neck.
Place a spoon (only in exceptional cases use a metallic one) or glass stirrer in
the beverage, then place the dish in the center of the rotating tray. Stir the liquid
prior to heating and after half the heating time has elapsed. After heating: wait
for a moment, carefully stir the liquid, then remove from the cooking chamber.
As food prepared in the microwave is heated unevenly, the contents of
children’s bottles must be mixed thoroughly - optimally by shaking – then, before
giving the bottle to the child, check the temperature of the food. Prior to heating
food remove the bottle cap and nipple!
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Microwave Radiation Hazard!
Exposure to microwave radiation may cause bodily injury. To avoid the effects of
this risk, follow the safety instructions presented below:
• Do not turn the microwave oven on when the door is open, as the appliance
may emit an excess of damaging electromagnetic waves.
• Never change the safety locks!
• It is extremely important to not damage the door and that it can be closed
properly. Example of damage to the door which may be unsafe include the
– warping and indentations,
– cracked and/or properly secured hinges and screws,
– damaged door seals,
– cracked glass pane,
– damaged locking elements.
The space between the door and the appliance must be free of foreign objects.
Door seals must be tight and clean, as dirt and damage may allow
electromagnetic waves to escape from the microwave oven. Take care to
prevent buildup of any residues (e.g. cleaning agents, dust, grease, etc.).
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Operating personnel
The appliance can be used by children of 8 years old and older, as well as by
people with reduced physical, sensory or mental abilities and those with limited
experience/knowledge as long as they are under supervision or have been
instructed on safe use of the appliance and possible risks. Children should not
play with the appliance.
Do not leave the appliance unattended in the presence of children.
Improper Use
Unintended or prohibited use may cause damage to the appliance.
The appliance may only be used when its technical condition is flawless and
allows for safe operation.
The appliance may only be used when all connections are executed according
to rules of law in force.
The appliance may only be used when it is clean.
Use only original spare parts. Never attempt to repair the appliance on your own.
Do not introduce any changes in the appliance nor modify it.
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Intended Use
As described below, every use of the appliance for a purpose differing and/or
diverging from its intended standard use, is prohibited and considered to be an
unintended use.
The following is an intended use:
preparing, heating-up, grilling and defrosting foods with the use of
suitable cookware.
This appliance is intended for use in households and similar places, e.g.:
– in employee canteens in shops, offices, and similar areas;
– on farms;
– by customers in hotels, motels, and other typical accommodation
– in lodging-houses.
Unintended Use
An unintended use may lead to personal injuries or property damages caused by
hazardous voltage, fire or high temperature. The appliance may only be used to
perform tasks described in this instruction manual.
The following is an unintended use:
for industrial and laboratory needs,
as a storage compartment (e.g., for cookware/dishes),
drying paper, textiles or other flammable materials,
heating/heating up flammable, harmful, and quickly evaporating liquids or
materials, etc.
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General information
General information
Liability and Warranty
All information and instructions in this instruction manual account for legal
regulations in force, current level of technical engineering knowledge as well as our
expertise and experience, developed over the years. If special models or additional
options are ordered, or state-of-the-art technical solutions were implemented, the
actual scope of delivery of the appliance may, in some circumstances, differ from
descriptions and numerous drawings in this instruction manual.
The manufacturer is not liable for any damages nor faults stemming from:
– failure to observe instructions,
– unintended use,
– technical alterations introduced by the user,
– usage of unapproved spare parts.
We reserve the right to introduce technical modifications to the product, intended for
improvement of the appliance and its performance.
Copyright Protection
This instruction manual, and texts, drawings and images included in it, as well as its
other components are copyright protected. It is prohibited to reproduce this
instruction manual (including its excerpts), in any form and by any means, and to
use and/or transfer its content to third parties without manufacturer’s written
permission. Violation of the above results in obligation to pay compensation. We
reserve the right to claim further damages.
Declaration of Conformity
The appliance meets the currently applicable standards and guidelines of the
European Union. We confirm the above in the EC Declaration of Conformity. We
may provide relevant Declaration of Conformity upon request.
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Transport, Packaging and Storage
Transport, Packaging and Storage
Delivery Check
Immediately upon reception, check the delivery for completeness and possible
shipping damage. In the case of visible transport damage refuse to accept the
appliance or accept it conditionally. Mark and note the scope of damage in shipping
documents/consignment list of the shipping company and lodge a complaint.
Concealed damage must be reported immediately upon its discovery, as
compensation claims may only be filed within applicable time limits.
If you find that parts or accessories missing, please contact our Customer Service
Do not dispose of the appliance cardboard box. It may be used to store the
appliance when relocating or when shipping the appliance to our service point in the
case of any damages.
The packaging and its elements are made of recyclable materials. Particularly,
these are: plastic films and bags, cardboard box.
When disposing of the packaging, observe applicable domestic regulations.
Recyclable packaging materials should be recycled.
Leave the packaging closed until installation of the appliance; observe external
indications concerning method of placing and storage. Store the packaging in the
following conditions only:
– in closed rooms;
– in dry and dust-free surrounding;
– away from aggressive agents;
– in a location protected against sunlight;
– in a location protected against mechanical shocks.
In the case of extended storage (over three months), make sure you check the
condition of the packaging and the parts regularly. If needed, replace the packaging
with a new one.
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Technical Data
Technical Data
Technical Specifications
Microwave 14251M-HLGR
Art. No.:
steel sheet
Thermal processing chamber material:
stainless steel
Turntable material:
Diameter of the turntable, in mm:
Microwave oven output, in W:
Convection output, in W:
Grill output, in W:
Number of magnetrons:
Number of power output levels:
Volume, in l:
Thermal processing chamber
dimensions (W x D x H), in mm:
Time setting, up to, in min.:
Connected load:
1,95 kW | 230-240 V | 50 Hz
Dimensions (W x D x H), in mm:
485 x 440 x 282
Weight, in kg:
316 x 315 x 197
We reserve the right to implement technical modifications.
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Technical Data
Version / Design
– defrosting
– heating-up
– grill (can be combined)
– convection (can be combined)
– electronic
– knob
– button
Digital display
LED display
Internal lighting
The set includes: 1 grill pan, Ø189 mm, H 52 mm
Functions of the Appliance
The microwave is designed for preparing and defrosting foods with the use of
cookware suitable for use in microwave. The microwave offers many ways of
preparing foods, thanks to additional functions of convection and grill. The time and
output of a given function may be set independently and as needed.
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Technical Data
List of Components of the Appliance
Fig. 1
1. Door safety lock system
3. Door with sight glass
5. Housing
7. Roller ring
9. Grill pan
11. Control panel
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2. Door handle
4. Ventilation openings
6. Grill heater
8. Turntable
10. Internal lighting
12. Feet (4x)
Installation and operation
Installation and operation
Unpacking / Positioning
Unpack the appliance, remove all external and internal packaging elements and
shipment safeguards.
Choking hazard!
Prevent children from accessing package materials, for instance: plastic
bags and EPS.
If the appliance is covered with a protective film, remove it. Remove the film
slowly, so no glue residues are left. Remove any glue residues with the use of a
suitable solvent.
Be careful not to damage the rating plate and warning labels fixed on the
Never place the appliance in humid or wet environment.
Place the appliance in a way making the connections easily accessible, so that
they may be quickly disconnected if such a need arises.
The appliance should be placed on surfaces that are:
– even, with sufficient bearing capacity, resistant to water, dry and resistant
to high temperatures;
– sufficiently large, and thus enabling usage of the appliance with no
– easily accessible;
– well ventilated.
Maintain sufficient clearance from table edges. The appliance might turn over
and fall down.
In order the device functions properly, it must be sufficiently ventilated.
Never cover the ventilation holes.
When installing the device, observe the following minimum clearances:
- from above 20 cm
- 5 cm on the sides,
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Installation and operation
Make sure that the device is installed directly against a wall with a surface
resistant to high temperatures, so that no one can touch the back of the device
directly. Risk of burning!
The device should be placed at least 2 m away from radio, TV, etc. in order not
to disturb the reception.
Power supply connection
Verify if technical data of the appliance (see rating plate) correspond with the
local electric power grid specification.
Connect the appliance to a single, properly grounded mains socket with
protective contact. Do not connect the appliance to a multi-socket.
The power cord should be laid in a way preventing anyone from threading on it
or tripping against it.
Basics of Thermal Processing in Microwave
Instead of traditional heat sources, a microwave oven applies an electron lamp
which emits electromagnetic waves. These waves, like radio waves, are invisible
but their effects can be observed. Such waves can pass through materials such as
glass, porcelain, artificial materials and paper. As these materials do not contain
water, grease or oil, they are not heated by the microwaves. Simply put, the
microwaves directly reach the food product, causing molecules of water, grease
and oil to vibrate; friction results in the creation of heat which is used for defrosting,
heating or cooking. During cooking with microwaves, heat remains inside the
product being prepared, in opposition to the processes of boiling or grilling in which
heat enters the food from the outside. If the device is not damaged, energy created
by the microwaves remains inside the device and does not pose a threat to the
Carefully place food products to be cooked inside the microwave oven, with
larger pieces at the outer edges.
Remember the cooking time. It is best to at first set the shortest possible time
and then lenghten cooking time as necessary. Excessive cooking time may
cause the food product to smoke or catch fire.
Cover food products during cooking. This will ensure even cooking and prevent
Turn food products over while cooking. This will speed up the process of
cooking such products as chicken or hamburgers. Large products, such as a
roast, should be turned over at least once.
Such dishes as dumplings should, after half of the cooking time has elapsed, be
turned over, moved from the top to bottom, moved from the outside to the
inside, etc.
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Installation and operation
Cookware Suitable for Use in Microwave
Check that a dish is suitable to be used in a microwave.
Test: place the empty dish together with a glass of water (never activate the
device when empty or with only an empty container inside), then heat at the
highest power level for 60 seconds. An appropriate dish will be lukewarm. If the
dish is hot, it is not appropriate for use in the microwave.
Proper materials for dishes for the microwave allow microwaves to pass
through. Energy goes through the container and heats the food product.
Do not use metallic containers or containers containing metallic parts (e.g. gold
strips around the edge of a plate). Microwaves do not pass through metal.
Do not use products from recycled materials, as they may contain small pieces
of metal. If such containers are used, sparks and even fire may result.
Dishes of oval and round shapes should be used, as food products cook more
quickly in the corners of square-shaped containers.
Wide, flat containers are best suited to use in the microwave as compared to
narrow and tall ones. Food products cook evenly in flat dishes.
To avoid food from baking onto the edge of dishes, you may cover the edges
with thin strips of aluminum foil. Do not use too much aluminum foil, and leave a
minimum distance of 2.5 to 3.0 cm between the foil and walls of the microwave
cooking chamber.
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Installation and operation
Information in the below table may be helpful in selecting the right cookware:
Cookware piece
Convection Combined
function *
Heat resistant glass
High temperature nonresistant glass
Heat resistant ceramics
Plastic cookware suitable
for microwave
Paper towels
Metal tray / bowl
Metal rack
Aluminium film & aluminium
film container
Tab. 1
* Combined functions: 'Microwave + grill' and 'Microwave + convection'
Before Use
1. Remove accessories from the appliance chamber.
2. Prior to first operation, clean the appliance and its equipment according to
instructions in section 6 'Cleaning'.
3. Leave the door open for the chamber to dry completely.
Inserting Rotary Plate
1. Insert the roller ring (7) in the groove in
the bottom of the thermal processing
2. Put the rotary plate (8) at the bottom of
the chamber with the ribbed side down
and rotate it until it engages with the
rotary plate drive (a).
Fig. 2
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Installation and operation
Indications for User
During the heat treatment process, the device returns to Standby mode after
approx. 25 seconds.
• By pressing the PAUSE / CANCEL button once during the cooking process, the
program is stopped. Then press the START / QUICK START button to continue
the program.
• When the PAUSE / CANCEL button is pressed twice, the program is paused.
• After the cooking process is complete, an acoustic signal sounds every two
minutes to remind the user until the PAUSE / CANCEL button is pressed or the
device door is opened.
• The electronic control system of the microwave oven has a cooling option. As
with any heat treatment process where the cooking time exceeds 2 minutes, the
device door is opened or the heat treatment process is stopped, the fan will
automatically run for approx. 3 minutes to cool the device down and extend its
service life.
• The first time that a microwave oven with a grill function is used, a slight smell
and smoke may be produced. This is normal and will occur due to the
combustion of leftovers and will cease with use over time.
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Installation and operation
Control Panel
A – Digital display
B – Function buttons
Microwave oven
Weight / hour
Microwave + grill
Microwave +
C – Menu / Rotary time regulator
D – Other function buttons
Pause / Delete
Start / Quick start
Fig. 3
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Installation and operation
Risk of burns by hot cookware!
Cookware may be very hot, as high temperature from food is being
Remove cookware using only oven mitts or kitchen dish-cloth.
Risk of ignition!
Observe the device especially with high output levels.
Reduce the output in the case of abnormal noises, pouring or bubbling of
1. Before each use, check if the turntable and the roller ring are correctly set.
The thermal processing chamber must be clean; the roller ring must lie correctly in
the groove; the turntable must be snapped onto the drive of the turntable.
Never use the device without the turntable and without a container with
food nor without food in a container!
Nothing may protrude outside of the turntable edge.
Do not heat up food directly on the turntable.
When heating up a number of chunks / pieces, distribute them evenly in a
cookware / container, so that they do not touch each other.
2. Place a container with food on the turntable.
3. Make sure that door seals are free of foreign objects and that the door closes
4. Close the device door.
5. Plug the device into a suitable single socket.
When connecting the device for the firs time, a sound signal is heard, and the digital
display shows ‘1:01’ i
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Installation and operation
6. Set the required operating mode, output level and thermal processing time to
start the device. Follow indications provided in subsequent sections.
When the settings are introduced and the selected program is activated, the thermal
processing chamber is lit, and the turntable rotates.
The turntable must always be able to rotate freely.
Data Input
1. When entering data, press the buttons one by one.
With longer pauses, the device interrupts the process automatically.
All data are confirmed by the device with a sound signal, should they be accepted.
A double beep means that the entered data has not been accepted.
2. Check the data and try again.
Data Clearing
1. To delete the data before starting the heat treatment process, press the PAUSE
/ CancelBUTTON.
Interrupting or Finishing Function
1. To interrupt operation, press thePAUSE / CANCEL button or open the device
2. To continue operation, close the device door and then press the START /
3. To complete the heat treatment process, press the PAUSE / CancelBUTTON
Program end
At the end of the program, an audible signal is heard until one of the buttons is
pressed or the door is opened.
1. Remove the prepared food from the oven.
2. Following the thermal processing of food with a large amount of water, leave the
device door open for some time, so that the thermal processing chamber could
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Installation and operation
Time setting
The device is equipped with 12- or 24-hour clock. The clock can be set in a 12- or
24-hour cycle by pressing the WEIGHT / CLOCK button in Standby mode.
For example, the time on the device should be set to 8:30.
1. Press the WEIGHT / CLOCK button once or twice to select the 24- or 12-hour
2. Turn the MENU / TIME rotary knob until the time "8" is displayed.
3. Press the WEIGHT / CLOCK button once to confirm the hour setting.
4. Turn the MENU / TIME rotary knob until the desired "30" minutes is displayed.
5. Press the WEIGHT / CLOCK button once to confirm the setting.
During the heat treatment process, you can check the current time by touching
the WEIGHT / CLOCK button.
Quick Start
You may use this setting to conveniently set the device to 100% thermal
1. To set the desired thermal processing time, press the START / QUICK
STARTbutton repeatedly.
Maximum thermal processing time is 10 minutes.
Thermal processing: microwave oven
This device function is suitable for preparation of single-pot dishes, soups, sauces,
meat without crust, brazed fish, vegetables, garnishes (rice, potatoes, flour
products), hot beverages.
In this mode, using the MICROWAVE button on the control panel, you can set the
power and time for the microwave oven to heat up or cook the product.
You may set the output level with the MICROWAVE button.
The below table contains set-up of output levels with information on how many
times a button needs to be pressed, as well as with data on output in % and
program indicator.
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Installation and operation
Press MICROWAVE button
Power output
1 time
100 %
2 times
80 %
3 times
60 %
4 times
40 %
5 times
20 %
6 times
00 %
Tab. 2
The maximum thermal processing time to be set is 95 minutes.
The thermal processing time depends on the following food characteristics:
initial temperature: the lower, the longer the thermal processing duration
density: the higher, the longer the thermal processing duration
humidity: the lower, the longer the thermal processing duration
thickness: the larger, the longer the thermal processing duration
weight: the larger, the longer the thermal processing duration
1. First select the power level using the MICROWAVE button and then the desired
cooking time using the MENU / TIME rotary knob.
2. Finally, press the START/QUICK START button, to start the thermal processing.
To heat up products for 5 minutes at the output level of 60%, introduce the following
commands via the control panel:
1. Press the MICROWAVE button 3 times.
2. turn the TIME/MENU rotary knob until the required thermal processing time is
displayed (5:00).
3. Finally, press the START/QUICK STARTbutton.
During the thermal processing, you may check the output level by pressing the
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Installation and operation
Grill function
Thermal processing with grill function is suitable especially for thin slices of meat,
steaks, chops, kebab, sausages and chicken. It is also suitable for hot sandwiches
and au gratin dishes.
1. Use the enclosed pan provided to grill your food.
2. Put the grill pan with food on the turntable and prepare the dish.
3. Use heat-resistant gloves to take the grill pan out the oven.
Let's assume that thermal processing is to be programmed with grill for 12 minutes.
1. In Standby mode, press the GRILL button once.
2. Turn the TIME/MENU rotary knob until the required time is displayed (12:00).
3. Then press the START/QUICK STARTbutton.
By default, the grill output is set for the highest output level. Maximum grilling
time is 95 minutes.
Convection function
During thermal processing with convection function, hot air circulates inside the
device to rapidly and evenly brown the a dish, and make it crispy. The device may
be set with ten various temperature settings for thermal processing and for thermal
processing times of up to 95 minutes.
The convection function is perfect for baking sponge cakes, cookies, biscuits,
shortcrust pastry, souffles, meringues and macaroons.
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Installation and operation
Thermal Processing with Convection
You may set the thermal processing temperature with the CONVECTION button.
An overview of temperature settings is provided in Table 2.
In the left column of the table a number of the CONVECTION button presses is
given to set the required output.
In the right column , the current temperature is shown.
Press CONVECTION button
Temperature (approx. °C)
1 time
2 times
3 times
4 times
5 times
6 times
7 times
8 times
9 times
10 times
Tab. 3
The desired heat treatment time is set using the MENU / TIME rotary knob .
To cook a given dish in 180°C for 40 minutes, introduce the following settings via
the control panel:
1. In Standby mode, place the food the in the device chamber.
2. Close the device door.
3. Press the CONVECTION button 3 times to set the required temperature.
4. Turn the MENU / TIME rotary knob to set the cooking time to 40 minutes.
Maximum thermal processing time is 95 minutes.
5. Then press the START / QUICK START button, to start the thermal processing.
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During thermal processing, you may check the convection temperature by
pressing the button.
Pre-Heating and Thermal Processing with Convection
The device may be programmed to combine the pre-heating process and the
thermal processing with convection.
To preheat at 170 °C, and then heat process for 35 minutes, follow these steps:
1. In Standby mode, press the CONVECTION button to select the desired
2. Then press the START/QUICK STARTbutton.
When the device reaches the set temperature, an acoustic signal sounds.
3. Open the device door and place a container with food in the middle of the
4. Turn the MENU / TIME rotary knob to set the cooking time to 35 minutes..
The set time appears on the digital display.
5. Then press theSTART/QUICK START button.
The maximum preheating time is 30 minutes. Once the set temperature is
reached in the heat processing chamber, the temperature remains constant.
At 30 minutes, you hear a short beep every 5 seconds. If the device door is not
opened, the program ends automatically after 30 minutes.
Function: microwave oven + grill
In the combined operation mode of microwave oven and grill, you may obtain the
effects of, both, cooking/roasting and a crispy crust. The preparation time is thus
reduced. This device function is especially suitable for au gratin dishes, meat,
poultry, roast potatoes and toast.
This function makes it possible to select two combinations, for which initial
percentage values are pre-programmed for grilling and thermal processing in
microwave oven mode. The user selects the total time, and the selected
combination suitably controls time proportions for microwave oven and grill modes.
1. First, press the MICROWAVE + GRILL button once or twice to set the right
combination setting for a given product.
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2. Then, turn the Time/Menu rotary knob to set the required thermal processing
The required thermal processing time is shown in the digital display.
3. Press the START / QUICK START button to start the program.
Maximum thermal processing time is 95 minutes. You hear four beeps when
cooking is complete.
Check the set program during thermal processing by pressing the
Combination 1
30% of time — microwave processing, 70% of time — grilling:
for fish, potatoes or au gratin dishes.
For combination 1, to set the exemplary thermal processing time of 25 minutes,
perform the following actions:
1. In Standby mode, press the MICROWAVE + GRILL button once.
2. Turn the MENU / TIME rotary knob until the required thermal processing time
(12:00) is displayed in the digital display.
3. Then press the START / QUICK START button.
Combination 2
55 % of time — microwave processing, 45% of time — grilling:
for puddings, omelettes, roast potatoes and poultry.
For combination 2, to set the exemplary thermal processing time of 12 minutes,
perform the following actions:
1. Press the STOP / RESET button.
2. Press the MICROWAVE + GRILL 2 times.
3. Rotate the MENU / TIME rotary knob until the required thermal processing time
(12:00) is displayed in the digital display.
4. Then press the START / QUICK START button.
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Function: Microwave oven + hot air
This combined operation mode with convection and microwave is suitable for:
– high-humidity au gratin dishes
– thicker pieces of meat
– frozen, ready-made pastries
– higher humidity cakes
The device features four factory default pre-programmed settings, which make the
thermal processing with convection and microwave easy.
To set the required temperature of convection, press the MICROWAVE +
CONVECTION button as many times, as indicated in the following table.
Press the MICROWAVE +
Temperature (°C)
1 time
2 times
3 times
4 times
Display message
Tab. 4
The maximum thermal processing time to be set is 95 minutes.
During the cooking / baking process, you can check the hot air temperature by
pressing the MICROWAVE + CONVECTION button.
1. In Standby mode, place the food container on the turntable into the thermal
processing chamber.
2. Close the device door.
3. Turn the MENU / TIME rotary knob until the required thermal processing time
(26:00) is displayed in the digital display.
4. Then press the START / QUICK START button.
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The oven allows you to defrost food depending on the weight entered by the user.
The defrost time and power are set automatically when the food category and
weight are programmed. The weight of the frozen product may vary from 100 g to
1800 g.
The microwave energy heats the food from the outside. The heat is directed slowly
inside the food, which results in smooth defrosting.
1. Turn the MENU / TIME rotary knob counter-clockwise, until 'A-09'is shown in
the digital display.
2. Press the WEIGHT / CLOCK button to confirm the weight.
3. Turn the MENU / TIME rotary knob until the required thermal processing time
(05:30) is displayed in the digital display.
4. To confirm, press the START/QUICK START button.
The device stops when two-thirds (2/3) of time elapse, and a sound signal
Check the condition of food and turn it over if necessary. If needed,
continue the defrosting process, by pressing again the START/QUICK
START button.
Both, in the case of raw, as well as cooked frozen food products, the following
basic rule applies: approx. 5 minutes for 500 g of a food product; e.g., 500 g of a
frozen spaghetti sauce is defrosted for 5 minutes.
Always, from time to time, open the device and remove the already defrosted
portions or divide the already defrosted portions. If the estimated time for
defrosting a product elapses and the product is not entirely defrosted yet, set
subsequent, one-minute defrosting programs, until entire food is defrosted.
For defrosting, remove the packaging from packed food and put the food on a
Defrost frozen products in plastic containers from a freezer only until it is
possible to remove the product from the plastic container to put it in a container
that is suitable for use with microwave ovens.
Maximum defrosting time is 45 minutes. An acoustic signal is heard when
defrost time elapses.
Before starting the next cooking program, press thePAUSE/CANCEL button or
open the device door.
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Defrosting techniques
While defrosting proceed in accordance with the following instruction:
Food products should be covered, in order to:
– quicken their heating,
– avoid drying out,
– avoid splattering of grease in the cooking chamber,
Exceptions: bread, baked goods, breaded food products and products which are
supposed to be crunchy should not be covered.
Turning over / mixing
Practically all food products should turned over and/or mixed at least once during
1. Sticky pieces of food should be separated as quickly as is possible.
Smaller portions
Smaller portions defrost more evenly and quicker than larger ones.
1. Divide food products into smaller pieces prior to defrosting.
An entire meal can thus be quickly and easily prepared.
Delicate foods
Delicate foods such as pate / cakes, cream, cheese or bread should be only
partially defrosted, and the defrosting process should be finished at room
temperature. In this manner you will avoid a situation where the food is too hot on
the outside while still frozen on the inside.
Leaving dishes out
The time for leaving dishes out following defrosting is very important, as it
guarantees continuation of the defrosting process. After defrosting, the defrosted
food product should be cooked as soon as possible. Do not re-freeze defrosted
food products.
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Multi-Stage Thermal Processing
Using this device, there is possibility of initial selection of three programs, which are
executed one by one. Assuming that you want to set the following thermal
processing program, execute programming steps in the following order:
Thermal Processing in microwave oven
Thermal Processing with Convection
1. In Standby mode, place the food the in the device chamber.
2. Close the device door.
3. Keep pressing repeatedly the MICROWAVE button until the required output
level is shown.
4. Use the MENU/TIME rotary knob to set the thermal processing time.
Do not touch the START/QUICK START button.
5. Press the CONVECTION button to set the hot air temperature.
6. Turn the MENU/TIME rotary knob to set the thermal processing time.
7. Finally, press the START/QUICK button, to start the thermal processing.
In the multi-stage thermal processing you cannot set the Auto Defrost,
Quickstart, or the Thermal Processing menu.
Automatic heat treatment menu
The Automatic heat treatment menu makes it possible to automatically execute
thermal processing or heating up of food products without the need for setting
output levels or time. It is enough to know the type and weight of a food product.
1. In Standby mode, place the food the in the device chamber.
2. Close the device door.
3. In Standby mode, turn the MENU/TIME rotary knob counter-clockwise and
select,the required program (set-up — Table 5).
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4. Keep pressing repeatedly the WEIGHT/CLOCK button until the right weight is
5. Then press the START/QUICK STARTbutton.
Food products
(portion of 230 g)
(portion of 200 ml)
(99 g)
Automatic reheat (g)
Pasta (g)
Pizza (g)
Poultry (g)
Cakes (g)
In the case of coffee and potatoes, after
pressing the WEIGHT/CLOCK button, the
number of servings is displayed instead of
the weight on the digital display.
At point A-9, during defrosting, the device
stops so that the user can turn the food in
order to defrost it evenly. Then it is
necessary to press the START / QUICK
START button to complete the process.
The result of automatic heat processing
depends on factors such as voltage
fluctuations, the shape and size of the food
product, and personal preference for the
degree of heat treatment of certain foods. If
you find that the result is not entirely
satisfactory, adjust the heat processing time
Tab. 5
Child Safety Lock
Use this function to prevent small children from operating the device unsupervised.
CHILD LOCK appears on the digital display and the device cannot be operated as
long as the child lock is activated.
Child lock activation
If the device is in Standby mode and no operation is performed for one minute, it
will automatically switch to child lock mode and all buttons will be locked.
Child lock deactivation
The child lock mode can be deactivated by opening and closing the device door.
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Protective devices
Overheating Protection
If the temperature in the microwave oven is too high, the overheating protection will
trigger and the device will turn off. You will hear a signal tone and the digital display
will show the error ‘E01’.
1. To switch the device back to the normal operating mode, press the PAUSE /
CANCEL button.
2. Open the device door to cool thermal processing chamber.
Low Temperature Protection
When the device switches to low temperature state, an acoustic signal sounds, and
'E02'is shown in the digital display.
1. Press the PAUSE / CANCEL button, to return to the normal Standby mode.
Protection Against Sensor Failure
In the case of a short circuit, the device switches into the self-protection mode, and
'E03'is displayed in the digital display. Acoustic signals sound.
1. Press the PAUSE / CANCEL button, to return to the normal Standby mode.
Safety Instructions for Cleaning
Before cleaning, disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Leave the appliance to cool down completely.
Make sure water does not enter the appliance. Do not immerse the appliance in
water or other liquids during cleaning. Do not clean the appliance with a
pressurized water jet.
Do not use any sharp or pointed, nor metal implements (knife, fork, etc.). Sharp
or pointed implements may damage the appliance, and when in contact with live
parts, they may cause electric shock.
For cleaning, do not use any scouring agents that contain solvents nor corrosive
cleaning agents. They may damage the surface.
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1. Clean the device regularly after end of each working day, or more frequently if
2. Thoroughly remove all food left-overs and beverage remains from internal walls
with a soft and damp cloth. With extensive soiling you may also use a mild
cleaning agent.
3. Clean external surfaces with a soft, damp cloth.
To protect elements inside the device against damages, do not allow water
to enter the device through ventilation openings.
4. Wipe the door, door seals and neighbouring elements gently with a damp cloth.
5. Clean the control panel with a soft, damp cloth only. Leave the device door open
to avoid accidental switching on.
6. Regularly clean the roller ring, turntable and grill pan with detachable handle,
using warm water and a mild cleaning agent, or in a dish-washer.
7. If condensed water is collecting on the inside and outside of the door, remove
the humidity with a soft cloth.
Condensed water is collecting when the device is used in conditions of
high air humidity. The phenomenon of water condensing is normal.
8. The smells inside the device can be eliminated by placing a cup of water with
juice and lemon zest in a microwave-safe container for approx. 5 minutes to
9. Thoroughly dry the device and equipment with a dry, soft cloth.
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Possible Malfunctions
Possible Malfunctions
If the microwave does not work:
1. Check if the appliance is correctly connected to the power supply. Remove the
plug from the socket and wait for approx. 10 minutes before re-connecting it
2. Check if a fuse has not been tripped or if the main switch is not switched off. If
they operate correctly, check the connection with another appliance.
3. Check if door is locked correctly (door safety lock system). Otherwise, due to
safety reasons, microwaves are not generated in the thermal processing
If all the errors listed above may be excluded, have a qualified specialist or
a re-seller immediately check the appliance and repair it should it be
Electrical Appliance
Electric appliances are marked with this symbol. Electrical
appliances must be disposed of and recycled in a correct
and environmentally friendly manner. You must not dispose
of electric appliances with household waste. Disconnect the
appliance from the power supply and remove power cord
from the appliance.
Electrical appliances should be returned to designated collection points.
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