Flavel FSE50 User Manual

Flavel FSE50 User Manual
 USERS GUIDE
&
INSTALLATION
Model: FSE 50
Electric Cooker with
electric grill
Please read these instructions before installation or using your appliance!
Dear Customer,
By purchasing this product you have chosen an appliance of advanced
technology and high quality.
The appliance was produced in modern facilities which
meet all environmental standards.
The instructions will help you to operate the appliance quickly and safely.
e Upon delivery, please check that the appliance is not damaged. If you note
any transport damage, please contact your point of sale immediately and do
not connect and operate the appliance!
e Before you connect and start using the appliance, please read this manual
and all enclosed documents. Please note in particular the safety instructions.
e Keep all documents so that you can refer to the information again later on.
Please keep your receipt for any repairs which may be required under
warranty.
* When you pass on the appliance to another person, please provide all
documents with it.
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Table of Contents
1 General information 4
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Technical Data rss 5
Accessories supplied with the unit....... 6
P) Safety Instructions 7
Explanation of safety instructions ........ 7
Basic safety instructions....................... 7
Safety for children 8
Safety when working with electricity. 8
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Packaging material... 9
Old equipment... 9
Future transportation............ e... 9
Installation 10
Before installation ...............— 10
Installation and connection................. 10
Й Preparation 13
Tips for saving energy .................—...—... 13
Initial operation ours 13
First cleaning of the appliance ........ 13
Initial heating use 14
5 How to use the hob 15
General information on cooking.......... 15
How to use hobs... 15
[] How to Operate the Oven 17
General information on baking, roasting
and grilling ................——.......e.e.e..... 17
How to use the electric oven .............. 18
Operating modes... 18
Cooking times table.................——..—.. 19
How to operate the grill ...................... 19
Cooking times table for grilling........ 19
7 Maintenance and Care 20
General information ........................... 20
How to clean the hob........................... 20
Cleaning the control panel.................. 20
Cleaning the oven..................... ee... 20
8 Troubleshooting 21
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i General information
Overview
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Burners' plate 6 Front door
Wire shelf 7 Control panel
Tray 8 Shelf positions
Bottom part 9 Grill heating element
Handle
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Thermostat knob 5 Hotplate Front right
Function knob 6 Hotplate Rear right
Hotplate Rear left 7 Warning lamp
Hotplate Front left 8 Thermostat lamp
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Technical Data
GENERAL
Outer dimensions (height/width/depth)
900 mm/500 mm/600 mm
Voltage/frequency 230V - 50 Hz
Total electric consumption 7.9 KW
Fuse protection min. 32 À
Cable type / cross section
HO5VV-FG 3 x 2,5 mm* or equivalent
Cable length max. 2 m
HOB
Burners
Rear left Hotplate
Size 145 mm
Power 1000 W
Front left Hotplate
Size 180 mm
Power 2000 W with protector
Front right Hotplate
Size 145 mm
Power 1500 W with protector
Rear right Hotplate
Size 180 mm
Power 1500 W with protector
OVEN/GRILL
Main oven Conventional oven
Energy efficiency class” B
Grill power consumption 1.6 KW
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Basis: In electrical ovens, the data on energy labels are in conformity with EN 50304.
Values were determined under standard load and convection/hot air (if available).
Heating mode with an energy efficiency rating specified by EN 50304 is determined in
accordance with below priority order depending on functions (modes) availability on
the product. 1- Eco fan heating, 2-Slow cooking, 3-Fan heating (hot air), 4-Top and
bottom heat with convection air, 5-Top and bottom heating.
Accessories supplied with the
unit
Important Apply handle only at the holes in
the middle of the fat pan.
Accessories supplied can vary
depending on the product model. e Remove handle for grilling.
All the accessories described in
the user manual may not exist on
your product.
Small baking tray
Can be used for small portions. This
baking tray is placed onto the wire
shelf.
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Heat shield
For grilling with the oven door slightly
Wire shelf
Can be used for roasting and as open. Protects the control panel and
deposit for baking, roasting and knobs against heat and soiling.
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Small wire shelf and fat pan with
handle
Can be used for both grilling and fat
collection. The fat pan is placed onto
the large wire shelf.
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2 Safety Instructions
Explanation of safety
instructions
The following types of safety
instructions and information are used
in this manual. They can be
distinguished by the symbol and the
initial signal word.
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DANGER
«À High risk of personal injury.
Non-observance may or will cause
serious injuries or death.
CAUTION
À Risk of personal injury.
Non-observance may or will cause
minor or medium injuries.
NOTICE
Risk of material damage.
Non-observance may or will cause
damage on the appliance or other
objects.
Important
Tip for the user.
Useful information on how to use
the appliance. No injury risk
Information.
Basic safety instructions
The manufacturer reserves its right
to make changes in the technical
specifications in order to improve
the appliance quality without any
prior notice. Figures included in
this manual are for schematic
purpose only and may not match
exactly with your appliance. Values
stated on the markings of the
appliance or in other printed
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documents supplied with the
appliance are obtained under
laboratory conditions as per
relevant standards. These values
may vary according to the usage
of the appliance and ambient
conditions.
This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of
appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
Never use when judgement or
coordination is impaired by the use
of alcohol and/or drugs.
Do not operate the appliance if it is
defective or shows any visible
damage.
Do not carry out any repairs or
modifications on the appliance.
However, you may remedy some
malfunctions; see Troubleshooting,
page 21.
Be careful when using alcoholic
drinks in your dishes. Alcohol
evaporates in high temperatures
and may cause fire since it will
catch fire when it gets in contact
with hot surfaces.
Do not heat closed food
containers and glass jars. Pressure
that may build-up in the jar can
cause it to burst.
Ensure that no flammable
materials are adjacent to the
appliance as the sides become hot
during use.
Do not leave empty pots or pans
on plates that are switched on.
They might get damaged.
Since it may be hot, do not leave
plastic or aluminum dishes on the
surface of appliance. These kind of
dishes should not be used to keep
food either.
Do not place baking trays, dishes
or aluminium foil directly onto the
bottom of the oven. The heat
accumulation might damage the
bottom of the oven.
Keep all ventilation slots clear of
obstructions.
Appliance may be hot when it is in
use. Never touch the hot burners,
inner sections of the oven, heating
elements etc. Keep children away!
Always use heat-resistant gloves
when putting or removing the
dishes into/from your oven.
Don’t use the cooker with front
door glass removed.
Rear surface of the oven gets hot
when it is in use. Gas / Electric
connection should not touch the
rear surface, otherwise the mains
cable may get damaged. Do not
trap the mains cable between the
hot oven door and frame. Do not
route the mains cable over the hot
cooking section. Otherwise, cable
insulation may melt and cause fire
as a result of short circuit.
Check all controls on the
appliance are switched off after
use.
Important
For the warranty to be valid, the
appliance must be installed by a
qualified person in accordance
with current regulations.
Safety for children
Accessible parts of the appliance
will become hot whilst the
appliance is in use and until the
appliance has cooled, children
should be kept away.
Accessible parts may be hot when
the grill is in use. Young children
should be kept away.
Do not store any items above the
appliance that children may reach.
The packaging materials will be
dangerous for children. Keep the
packaging materials away from
children. Please dispose of all
parts of the packaging according
to environmental standards.
When the door is open, do not
load any heavy object on it and do
not allow children to sit on it. It
may overturn or door hinges may
get damaged.
Safety when working with
electricity
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Any work on electric equipment
and systems may only be carried
out by authorized qualified
persons.
In case of any damage, switch off
the appliance and disconnect it
from the mains supply by
removing the fuse or switching off
the circuit breaker.
Ensure that the fuse rating is
correct.
Intended use
The appliance is designed for
domestic use only. Commercial use is
not admissible.
This appliance should not be used for
warming the plates under the grill,
hanging towels and dish cloths etc. on
the handles, drying and the heating
purposes.
This product should not be used for
heating purposes.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for
any damage caused by improper use
or handling errors.
The appliance can be used for
defrosting, baking, roasting and grilling
food.
Disposal
DANGER
Risk of suffocation by the
packaging materials!
Keep children away from the
packaging materials.
The packaging material and transport
locks are made from materials that are
not harmful to the environment. Please
dispose of all parts of the packaging
according to environmental standards.
This is beneficial to the environment.
Old equipment
This appliance bears the selective
sorting symbol for waste electrical and
electronic equipment (WEEE). This
means that this appliance must be
handled pursuant to European
Directive 2002/96/EC in order to be
recycled or dismantled to minimize its
impact on the environment. For further
information, please contact your local
or regional authorities.
Electronic appliances not included in
the selective sorting process are
potentially dangerous for the
environment and human health due to
the presence of hazardous substances.
Future transportation
NOTICE
Do not place other items on the
top of the appliance. The appliance
must be transported upright.
Store the appliance's original box and
transport the appliance in its original
carton. Follow the guidance marks that
are printed on the carton.
Important
Verify the general appearance of
your equipment by identifying
possible damage during the
transportation.
To prevent the wire shelf and tray
inside the oven from damaging the
oven door, place a strip of cardboard
onto the inside of the oven door that
lines up with the position of the trays.
Tape the oven door to the side walls.
If you do not have the original carton
Pack the appliance in bubble wrap or
thick cardboard and tape it securely in
order to prevent damage during
transportation.
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3 Installation
Before installation
To ensure that critical air gaps are
maintained under the appliance, we
recommend that this appliance is
mounted on a solid base and that the
feet do not sink into any carpet or soft
flooring.
The kitchen floor must be able to carry
the weight of the appliance plus the
additional weight of cookware and
bakeware and food.
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A safety distance must be left between
the appliance and the kitchen walls
and furniture. See figure (values in mm).
It can be used with cabinets on
either side but in order to have a
minimum distance of 400mm
above hotplate level allow a side
clearance of 65mm between the
appliance and any wall, partition or
tall cupboard.
e |tcan also be used in a free
standing position. Allow a
minimum distance of 750mm from
the hob surface to adjacent
surfaces above the hob surface
and 600mm to a cabinet above.
e |f a appliance hood is to be fitted,
refer to the manufacturer's
instructions regarding fixing height.
e The appliance corresponds to
device class 1, i.e. it may be
placed with the rear and one side
to kitchen walls, kitchen furniture
or equipment of any size. The
kitchen furniture or equipment on
the other side may only be of the
same size or smaller.
e Any kitchen furniture next to the
appliance must be heat-resistant
(100 °C min.).
Installation and connection
Important
Do not install the appliance next to
refrigerators or freezers. The heat
emitted by the appliance will lead
to an increased energy
consumption of cooling
appliances.
* For installation the appliance must
be connected in accordance with
all local gas and/or electrical
regulations.
e (Carry the appliance with at least
two persons.
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NOTICE
Material damage!
The door and/or handle must not
be used for lifting or moving the
appliance.
* The appliance must be placed
directly on the floor. It must not be
placed onto a base or a pedestal.
Connection to the mains supply
[i) Important
This appliance must be earthed!
Our company shall not held
responsible for any damage
caused by using the appliance
without earthed socket.
DANGER
Risk of electric shock, short
circuit or fire by unprofessional
installation!
The appliance may be connected
to the mains supply only by an
authorized qualified person and the
appliance is only guaranteed after
correct installation.
DANGER
Risk of electric shock, short
circuit or fire by damage of the
mains lead!
The mains lead must not be
clamped, bent or trapped or come
into contact with hot parts of the
appliance.
If the mains lead is damaged, it
must be replaced by a qualified
electrician.
The mains supply data must
correspond to the data specified on
the rating plate of the appliance. The
rating plate is either seen when the
door or the lower cover is opened or it
is located at the rear wall of the
appliance depending on the appliance
type.
The supply cable of the appliance
must correspond to the specifications;
see technical data table Technical Data,
page 5.
DANGER
Risk of electric shock!
Before starting any work on the
electrical installation, please
disconnect the appliance from the
mains supply.
1. A mains lead is not supplied with
the appliance.The mains lead must
be connected by an authorised
person and be of the type
mentioned in the technical table
page or of an equivalent type. A
wiring diagram is provided on
following explanations.
This product must only be installed by
a qualified electrician eg local
electricity company or NICEIC
registered contractor to a suitable
double-pole control unit with a
minimum contact clearance of 3mm in
all poles and with a minimum rating
please consider, which should be fitted
adjacent to (but not above) the cooker
in accordance with IEE regulations.
Failure to observe this instruction may
result in operational problems and
invalidation of the product warranty.
Additional protection by a residual
current circuit breaker is
recommended.
2. Thecable must have conductors
of sufficiently high cross sectional
area to prevent overheating and
deterioration.
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Max suitable cros section for terminal
box 6.00mm*”. The mains lead must
conform to BS6004. This
appliance must be earthed.
The mains lead must pass through the
cable clamp.
The mains lead should be routed away
from the appliance and in particular
ventilation slots, the vent outlet and
should not be obstructed when
pushed in to position between the
appliance and the wall and/or cabinets.
3. Open the terminal block cover with
screwdriver.
4. Pass the mains lead through the
cable clamp under the terminal and
fix the mains lead to main body
with supplied screw via cable
tightener.
5. Connect the cables according to
the supplied diagram.
6. Close the cover of the terminal
block once the wiring is complete.
NOTICE
Mains lead must not be longer
than 2 metres for safety
reasons.
7. The mains lead should be routed
away from the appliance and not be
trapped between the appliance and
the wall.
e Position appliance up to the
kitchen wall.
e To align the appliance with the
worktop, adjust the feet turning
right or left hand as required.
Final check
1. Switch electricity supply on.
2. Check electrical functions.
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4 Preparation
Tips for saving energy
The following tips will help you to use
your appliance in an ecological way
and to save energy:
Use dark coloured and enamel
coated trays, since the heat
transmission will be better.
While cooking your meals, perform
a preheating operation if it is
advised in the user manual or
cooking instructions.
During cooking, do not open the
oven door frequently.
Try to cook more than one type of
meal within the oven at the same
time (You can cook two different
meals at the same time by locating
cooking bowls on the same shelf).
It will be suitable to cook more
than one meal after each other.
The oven will already be hot.
Defrost frozen meals before
cooking them.
You can save energy by switching
off your oven a few minutes before
the end of the cooking time (The
oven door should not be opened).
Use pots/pans with lids for
cooking. Without a lid, the energy
consumption may be up to four
times higher.
Choose the burner/plate which is
suitable to the saucepan base.
Always choose the correct size of
saucepans for your meals. For
larger burners/plates more energy
Is needed.
e Take care to use flat base
saucepans while cooking on
electrical cookers.
Pots with an even and thick
bottom provide better thermal
conduction. You can save up to
1/3 of electricity.
e Pots and pans should match the
size of plates. The bottom of the
pot or pan should not be smaller
than the plate.
e Keep plates and pan bottoms
clean. Dirt will reduce the heat
transmission between plate and
pan bottoms.
e In case of longer cooking times,
switch off the plate 5 to 10 minutes
before the end of the cooking time.
When you use the residual heat,
you can save up to 20 % of
electricity.
Initial operation
First cleaning of the appliance
NOTICE
The surface might get damaged by
some detergents or cleaning
materials.
Do not use aggressive detergents,
cleaning powder/cream or any
sharp objects.
1. Remove all packaging materials.
2. Wipe the surfaces of the appliance
with a damp cloth or sponge and
dry with a cloth.
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Initial heating 2.
WARNING
Hot surfaces may cause burns! 4
Do not touch the hot surfaces of
the appliance. Use oven gloves.
Keep children away from the
appliance.
Allow the appliance to cool down
before you take off the heat shield. 6.
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Close oven door.
. Select top and bottom heat with the
function knob.
. Select the highest temperature with
the thermostat knob; see
How to use the electric oven,
page 18.
Heat approximately 30 minutes.
Switch off oven; see How to
use the electric oven, page 18
[i) Important Grill oven
Smell and smoke may emit during 1
first heating. Ensure that the room
is well ventilated.
Any production residues or 3
conservation layers must be burnt off
before the first use. Heat up the
appliance for about 30 minutes and
then switch it off. :
Electric oven
1. Take all baking trays and racks
from the oven.
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. Take all baking trays and wire shelf
from the oven.
Close oven door.
. Select highest power of the grill;
see How to operate the grill,
page 19.
. Heat approximately 30 minutes.
. Switch off grill; see How to operate
the grill, page 19
5 How to use the hob
General information on
cooking
2 Risk of fire by overheated oil!
When you heat oil, do not leave it
unattended.
Never try to extinguish the fire
with water! When oil has caught
fire, immediately cover the pot or
pan with a lid. Switch off the hob if
safe to do so and phone the fire
service.
e Ensure handles of pans cannot
accidentally be caught or knocked
and do not get hot by adjacent
heating zones. Avoid pans that are
unstable and easily tipped. Pans
that are too heavy to move easily
when filled can also be a hazard.
Only use flat bottomed pots or
pans.
e Use pans which have sufficient
capacity for the amount of food
being cooked so they don’t boil
over and cause unnecessary
cleaning.
Do not place lids on the burners.
Always position pans centrally
over the burners. When
transferring pans from one burner
to another always lift the pans do
not slide them.
How to use hobs
Hotplate 14-16 cm
Hotplate 18-20 cm
Hotplate 14-16 cm
Hotplate 18-20 cm is list of advised
diameter of pots to be used on
related burners.
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How to use electrical hobs
The knobs for the hob can be rotated
in the either direction to provide fully
variable heat control.
NOTICE
Quick heating hotplates, if any, are
marked with a red point.
Overheat protection
Plates of more than 1000 W burner
power are equipped with overheating
protection. The overheating protection
reduces the burner power under the
following conditions:
e No pot or pan on the plate.
* An empty pot or pan on the plate.
e Pot or pan bottom very uneven.
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The plate is switched off when the
position indicator is in the OFF (top)
position.
Switching the plate on
The hob control knobs are used for
operating the plates. To obtain the
desired cooking power, turn the hob
control knobs to the corresponding
level.
Cooking | 1 2 — 3 4 — 6
level
warming | stewing, | cooking,
simmering | roasting
Switching the plate off
Turn hob control knob to off position
(top).
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6 How to Operate the Oven
General information on baking,
roasting and grilling
\ DANGER
—— Risk of scalding by hot steam!
Take care when opening the oven
door as steam may escape.
Tips for baking
e Use non-stick coated appropriate
metal plates or aluminum
containers or heat-resistant
silicone moulds.
e Make best use of the space on the
rack.
e [tis recommended to place the
baking mould in the middle of the
rack.
e Select the correct shelf position
before turning the oven or grill on -
don’t move oven shelves when hot.
e Keep the oven door closed..
Tips for roasting
e Seasoning with lemon juice and
black pepper will improve the
cooking performance when
cooking a whole chicken, turkey or
a large piece of meat.
* Meat with bones takes about 15 to
30 minutes longer before it is
cooked than a roast of the same
size without bones.
e You should calculate about 4 to 5
minutes cooking time per
centimeter height of the meat.
e Let meat rest in the oven for about
10 minutes after the cooking time.
The juice is better distributed all
over the roast and does not run
out when the meat is cut.
e Fish in a fire-resistant dish should
be placed on the rack at the
medium or lower level.
Tips for grilling
Grilling is ideal for cooking meat, fish
and poultry and will achieve a nice
brown sur-face without it drying out to
much. Flat pieces, meat skewers and
sausages are particularly suited for
grilling as are vegetables with a high
water content such as tomatoes and
onions.
e Distribute the pieces to be grilled
on the wire shelf.
e If the grilling is on the wire shelf,
locate a dripping pan under it in
order to collect the fat.
* Add some water in dripping pan
for easy cleaning.
» NOTICE
— Fire danger due to food which is
unsuitable for grilling!
Only use food for grilling which is
suitable for intensive grilling heat.
Do not place the food too far in the
back of the grill. This is the hottest
area and fat food may catch fire.
Insert the heat shield
The heat shield is used for grilling with
the oven door slightly open. It protects
the control panel and knobs against
heat and soiling.
1. Open the oven door and insert the
heat shield into the slots in the oven
door.
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2. Carefully close the oven door.
» When the heat shield is inserted, the
oven door remains half open.
How to use the electric oven
Select temperature and operating
mode
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1 Thermostat knob
2 Function knob
The operating modes of the electric
oven are selected with the function
knob. The temperature is adjusted with
the thermostat knob.
All oven functions are turned off by
turning the relevant knob to off (upper)
position.
1. Set thermostat knob to the desired
temperature.
2. Set function knob to the required
operating mode.
» The oven heats up to the adjusted
temperature and maintains it. During
heating, temperature lamp stays on.
Switch off electric oven
Turn function knob and thermostat
knob to off position (top).
Operating modes
All functions for the ovens (also
included main oven) are listed in this
section.
The order of operating modes shown
here might deviate from the
arrangement on your appliance.
op and bottom heat
8 Top and bottom heat are on.
The foodstuffs are heated
simultaneously from the
upper and lower part.
Suitable e.g. for cakes,
cookies or cakes and
casseroles in baking moulds.
Cook with one tray only.
Only top heat is on. Suitable
e.g. for cakes with glaze and
subsequent browning of food
from the top.
Bottom heat
| Only bottom heat is on. Is
particularly suitable for
dishes, such as pizza, which
are required to be baked from
bottom.
Surface grill
ARE} The large grill (under the oven
roof) is in operation. Suitable
for grilling larger quantities.
e Put big or medium-
sized portions in
correct shelf position
under the grill heater
for grilling.
e Set the temperature to
maximum level.
e Turn the food after half
of the grilling time.
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Cooking times table
Baking and roasting
Important
Important Level 1 is the bott level in th
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The values indicated in the table oven
below are data indicative. They
may vary according to the type of
food as well as your preferences of
cooking.
Food Insertion level Temperature Cooking time (approx.)
Beef 1 180...200 °C 25 min. per 450 g + 30
min.
Lamb 1 180...200 °C 25 min. per 450 g + 30
min.
Pork 1 180...200 °C 30 min. per 450 g + 25
min.
Poultry 1 180...200 °C 25...30 min. per 450 g + 25
min.
Casseroles 2 140...160 °C 90...120 min. °
Fruit cake 1... 2 140..160°C |..... y
Small cakes 3 160...180 °C 20...25 min
Victoria sandwich 2 160...180 °C 20...25 min
3 depending on quantity / depending on size
(**) For preheating, set the required
temperature, the thermostat lamp will
How to operate the grill
WARNING
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
Children must be kept away.
When the door fully open, it
remains tilted slightly, so that
any spillage will be directed
away form you.
Switch on grill
1. Open grill door.
Cooking times table for grilling
Grilling with electric grill
go out when the required temperature
is reached.
2. Set the function knob onto the grill
symbol.
Set grill temperature.
Preheat for approximately 5
minutes, if it is necessary.
» The thermostat lamp is switched on.
Switch off grill
1. Turn grill control knob to off
position (top).
3.
4.
Food Insertion level Grilling time (approx.)
Fish 3...4 20...25 min. *
Sliced chicken 3...4 15...20 min.
Lamb chops 3...4 12...15 min.
Roast beef 3.4 15...25 min. *
Veal chops 3...4 15...25 min. *
# depending on thickness
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Maintenance and Care
General information
DANGER
Risk of electric shock!
Switch off the electricity before
cleaning appliance to avoid an
electric shock.
DANGER
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
Allow the appliance to cool down
before you clean it.
, NOTICE
" The surface might get damaged by
some detergents or cleaning
materials.
Do not use aggressive detergents,
cleaning powder/cream or any
sharp objects.
Clean the appliance thoroughly after
each use; in this way it will be possible
to remove cooking residues more
easily, thus avoiding these from
burning the next time the appliance is
used.
No special cleaning agents are
required for cleaning the appliance. It
is recommended to use warm water
With washing liquid, a soft cloth or
sponge and use a dry cloth for drying.
Do not use any abrasive cleaning
materials!
Important
Do not use steam cleaners for
cleaning.
How to clean the hob
Electrical hobs
1. Switch plates off and let cool.
2. If necessary, treat plates with a
cleaning agent (cleaner/conditioner
available in selected stores).
3. Dry by switching on for a few
minutes.
4. Apply a thin coat of cooking oil
from time to time to provide a
protective coating.
Cleaning the control panel
NOTICE
Damage of the control panel!
Do not remove the control knobs
for control panel cleaning.
Clean control panel and control knobs.
Cleaning the oven
No oven cleaner or any other special
cleaning agent is required for cleaning
the oven. It is recommended to wipe
the oven with a damp cloth while it is
still warm.
Clean oven door
Don't use any harsh abrasive cleaners
or sharp metal scrapers for cleaning
the oven door. They could scratch the
surface and destroy the glass.
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8 Troubleshooting
DANGER
à Risk of electric shock, short
circuit or fire by unprofessional
repairs!
e [tis normal that steam escapes
during operation.
* When the metal parts are heated,
they may expand and cause noise.
Repairs on the appliance must be
carried out by an approved service
centre.
Normal operating conditions
e Smoke and smell may emit for a
couple of hours during the first
operation.
Electrical equipment
Before you call the service, please
check the following points.
Malfunction/problem Possible cause
Advice/remedy
The mains fuse is defective
or has tripped.
The appliance does not
work.
Check fuses in the fuse box.
If necessary, replace or
reset them.
Function knob
and/thermostat knob are
not set.
Oven does not heat.
Set function knob and
thermostat knob.
If the appliance has a timer,
the timer may not be set.
Set the time.
No power.
Check mains supply and
fuse box.
If the problem has not been solved:
1. Separate unit from the mains
supply (deactivate or unscrew fuse).
2. Call the appropriate telephone
number for your area as shown in the
Guarantee and Service section of this
user manual.
Important
Do not attempt to repair the
appliance yourself. There are
no customer service items
inside the appliance.
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Your Cooker is guaranteed against the cost of
breakdown repairs for twelve months from the date of
the original purchase.
What is covered?
Repairs necessary as a result of faulty materials,
defective components or manufacturing defects.
The cost of functional replacement parts, but excluding
consumable items.
The labour cost of a Leisure Consumer Products
approved repairer to carry out the repair.
What is not covered?
Transit, delivery or accidental damage or misuse and
abuse.
Cabinet or appearance parts, including knobs, flaps,
handles or container lids.
Accessories or consumable items including but not
limited to filters and light bulbs.
Repairs required as a result of unauthorized repair or
inexpert installation that fails to meet the requirements
contained in the user instruction book.
Repairs to products used on commercial or non-
residential household premises.
Important notes
Your Leisure Consumer Product is designed and built
for domestic household use only.
The guarantee will be void if the product is installed
or used in commercial or non-residential domestic
household premises.
The product must be correctly installed, located and
operated in accordance with the instructions contained
in the User Instruction Booklet provided.
Professional installation by a qualified Electrical Domestic
Appliance Installer is recommended for all Washing
Machines, Dishwashers, Electric Cookers and Cooker
Hoods.
Gas Cookers must only be installed by a Gas Safe ( or
BORD GAIS) registered Gas Installer.
The guarantee is given only within the boundaries of
the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.
The guarantee is applicable only to new products and
is not transferable if the product is resold.
Leisure Consumer Products disclaims any liability for
incidental or consequential damages.
The guarantee does not diminish your statutory or legal
rights.
Please keep your purchase receipt or other proof of purchase in a safe place; you will need to have
it should the product require attention under guarantee.
You should also complete the details below; it will help us assist you when requesting service. (The
model is printed on the Instruction Booklet and Serial Number is printed on the Rating Label affixed to
the appliance)
Model No:
Retailer:
Serial No:
Date of purchase:
For service under guarantee simply telephone the appropriate number below
UK Mainland & Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
0845 600 4903 All Refrigeration,
All Cookers,
Washing Machines
& Dishwashers
Fridges & Freezers
Electric Cookers 0845 600 4921
Gas & Dual Fuel Cookers 0845 600 4921
Washing Machines & Dishwashers 0845 600 4906
01862 34 11
Before requesting service please check the trouble-shooting guide in the Operating
Instructions as a charge may be levied where no fault is found even though
your product may still be under guarantee.
Service once the manufacturer's guarantee has expired
If you have purchased an extended guarantee please refer to the instructions contained within the
extended guarantee agreement document. Otherwise please call the appropriate number above where
service can be obtained at a charge.
Should you experience any difficulty in obtaining service please contact the Leisure Consumer Products
Customer Help-Line.
Tel: 0845 600 4918 e-mail: [email protected]
Leisure Consumer Products
36-38 Caxton Way
Watford
Herts WD18 8UF
Tel: 0845 6004916
Facsimile: 0845 6004922
www. Leisurecp.co.uk Part no. 485.9064.96/ R.AA/10.05.2010
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