User Manual - CASA(S) Pte Ltd

User Manual - CASA(S) Pte Ltd
Built-in Oven
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USER MANUAL
Please read this user manual first!
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this EF product. We hope that you get the best results from your product which has been
manufactured with high quality and state-of-the-art technology. Therefore, please read this entire user manual and
all other accompanying documents carefully before using the product and keep it as a reference for future use. If you
handover the product to someone else, give the user manual as well. Follow all warnings and information in the user
manual.
Remember that this user manual is also applicable for several other models. Differences between models will be
identified in the manuai.
Explanation of symbois
Throughout this user manual the following symbols are used:
Important information or useful hints
about usage.
Warning of hazardous situations with
regard to life and property.
() Warning of electric shock.
Warning of risk of fire.
A Warning of hot surfaces.
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CASA ($) Pte Ltd
15, Kian Teck Crescent
Singapore 628884
For after sales service support, please contact our
hotline: +65 6268 0077
Or email us at [email protected]
i Important instructions and warnings
for safety and environment 4
General safety eee eres 4
Electrical Safety ooo EN 4
Product safety ............e..reee een es essences 5
intended USE …….….….…cirerersrrenssrereresenrare casa screens 6
Safety for Children... 7
Disposing of the old product... 7
Package information ................. mee 7
Future Transportation ............. on 7
A General information 8
OvervieW .................erniiiiiceri ce rr e 8
Package contents ............e. eee A 9
Technical specifications ……………….……rsserrenserces 10
3 Installation 11
Before installation... 11
Installation and connection... 13
A Preparation 16
Tips for saving energy... 16
INA USE are EEE EEE 16
Time setting ............... eme rrr, 16
First cleaning of the appliance .................=...—... 16
Initial heat... rss 16
A How to operate the oven 18
General information on baking, roasting and grilling18
How to operate the electric Oven evinces 18
Operating mOdESs.……………..….…..…….…seerencorernsensenure 19
Using the oven CloCK «o.com, 19
Using the kKeyloCk...............-......omeeniiin e 20
Using the clock as an alarm ................e..comrienere 21
Cooking times table...................emseiri 22
How to operate the grill... ccna 23
Cooking times table for grilting ...............emevm0en.. 23
В Maintenance and care 24
General InformatiON a. 24
Cleaning the control panel a... o 24
Cleaning the oven ........... tres erie esate tear ee iabaes 24
Removing the oven door... 24
Removing the door inner glass ......................—.... 25
Replacing the oven lamp.……...….…….……essssercrencer 26
7 Troubleshooting 27
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instructions that will help protect from
risk
of personal injury or property
damage. Failure to follow these
instructions shall void any warranty.
General safety
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This appliance can be used by
children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in
a safe way and understand the
hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
Installation and repair procedures
must always be performed by
Authorized Service Agents. The
manufacturer shall not be held
responsible for damages arising
from procedures carried out by
unauthorized persons which may
also void the warranty. Before
installation, read the instructions
carefully.
Do not operate the product if it is
defective or has any visible
damage.
Ensure that the product fu
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knobs are switched off after every
use.
Electrical safety
If the product has a failure, it
should not be operated unless it is
repaired by an Authorized Service
Agent. There is the risk of electric
shock!
Only connect the product to a
grounded outlet/line with the
voltage and protection as specified
in the “Technical specifications”.
Have the grounding installation
made by a qualified electrician
while using the product with or
without a transformer. Our
company shall not be liable for any
problems arising due to the
product not being earthed in
accordance with the local
regulations.
Never wash the product by
spreading or pouring water onto it!
There is the risk of electric shock!
The product must be disconnected
during installation, maintenance,
cleaning and repairing procedures.
If the power connection cable for
the product is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its
service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Only use the connection cable
specified in the “Technical
specifications”.
The appliance must be installed so
that it can be completely
disconnected from the mains
supply. The separation must be
provided by a switch built into the
fixed electrical installation,
according to construction
regulations.
Rear surface of the oven gets hot
when it is in use. Make sure that
the electrical connection does not
contact the rear surface; otherwise,
connections can get damaged.
Do not trap the mains cable
between the oven door and frame
and do not route it over hot
surfaces. Otherwise, cable
insulation may melt and cause fire
as a result of short circuit.
Any work on electrical equipment
and systems should only be carried
out by authorized and qualified
persons.
In case of any damage, switch off
the product and disconnect it from
the mains. To do this, turn off the
fuse at home.
Make sure that fuse rating Is
compatible with the product.
Product safety
The appliance and its accessible
parts become hot during use. Care
should be taken to avoid touching
heating elements. Children less
than 8 years of age shall be kept
away unless continuously
supervised.
Never use the product when your
judgment or coordination is
impaired by the use of alcohol
and/or drugs.
Be careful when using alcoholic
drinks in your dishes. Alcohol
evaporates at high temperatures
and may cause fire since it can
ignite when it comes into contact
with hot surfaces.
Do not place any flammable
materials close to the product as
the sides may become hot during
USE.
During use the appliance becomes
hot. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements inside
the oven.
Keep all ventilation slots clear of
obstructions.
Do not heat closed tins and glass
jars in the oven. The pressure that
would build-up in the tin/jar may
cause it to burst.
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.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners
or sharp metal scrapers to clean
the oven door glass since they can
scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
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Do not use steam cleaners fo clean
the appliance as this may cause an
electric shock.
Placing the wire shelf and tray onto
the wire racks properly
It is important to place the wire
shelf and/or tray onto the rack
properly. Slide the wire shelf or tray
between 2 rails and make sure that
it is balanced before placing food
on it (Please see the following
door glass removed or cracked.
Do not use the oven handle 10
hang towels for drying. Do not
hang up towel, gloves, or similar
textile products when the gril
function is at open door.
Always use heat resistant oven
gloves when putting in or removing
dishes into/from the hot oven.
Place the baking paper into the
cooking pot or on to the oven
accessory (tray, wire grill etc)
together with the food and then
insert all into the preheated oven.
Remove the excess parts of the
baking paper overflowing from the
accessory or the pot in order to
prevent the risk of touching the
oven's heating elements. Never
use the baking paper in an
operating temperature higher than
the indicated value for the baking
paper. Do not place the baking
paper directly on the base of the
oven.
Ensure that the appliance is
switched off before replacing the
lamp to avoid the possibility of
electric shock.
revention against possible fire risk!
Ensure all electrical connections
are secure and tight to prevent risk
of arcing.
Do not use damaged cables or
extension cables.
Ensure liquid or moisture is not
accessible to the electrical
connection point.
Intended use
This product is designed tor
domestic use. Commercial use will
void the guarantee.
This appliance is for cooking
purposes only. It must not be used
for other purposes, for example
room heating.
This product should not be used for
warming the plates under the grill,
drying towels, dish cloths etc. by
hanging them on the oven door
handles. This product should also
not be used for room heating
purposes.
e [he manufacturer shall not be
liable for any damage caused by
improper use or handling errors.
e The oven can be used for
defrosting, baking, roasting and
grilling food.
Safety for children
e Accessible parts may become hot
during use. Young children should
be kept away.
e 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.
e Electrical products are dangerous
to children. Keep children away
from the product when it is
operating and do not allow them to
play with the product.
e Do not place any items above the
appliance that children may reach
for.
* 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.
aDisposing of the old product
Compliance with the WEEE Directive and
Disposing of the Waste Product:
This product complies with EU WEEE Directive
(2012/19/EU). This product bears a classification
symbol for waste electrical and electronic equipment
(WEEE).
This product has been manufactured with high quality
parts and materials which can be reused and are
suitable for recycling. Do not dispose of the waste
product with normal domestic and other wastes at the
end of its service life. Take it to the collection center
for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment,
Please consult your local authorities to learn about
these collection centers.
Compliance with RoHS Directive:
The product you have purchased complies with EU
RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU). It does not contain
harmful and prohibited materials specified in the
Directive.
Package information
e Packaging materials of the product are
manufactured from recyclable materials in
accordance with our National Environment
Regulations. Do not dispose of the packaging
materials together with the domestic or other
wastes. Take them to the packaging material
collection points designated by the local
authorities.
Future Transportation
e Keep the product's original carton and transport
the product in it. Follow the instructions on the
carton. If you do not have the original carton,
pack the product in bubble wrap or thick
cardboard and tape it securely.
e To prevent the wire grill 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.
e Do not use the door or handle to lift or move the
product.
F e Y) not place any objects onto the product and
1 move it in upright position.
Check the general appearance of your product
for any damages that might have occurred
during transportation.
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Package contents
Accessories supplied can vary depending on
he product model. Not every accessory
ddescribed in the user manual may exist on
your product.
User manual
Oven tray
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Used for pastries, frozen foods and big roasts.
3. Wire Shelf
Used for roasting and for placing the food to be
baked, roasted or cooked in casserole dishes to
itis placed into the tray (if supplied) in order to
coliect the dripping fat while grilling so that the
oven is kept clean,
e. Remove the spit handle while grilling.
Rotisserie chicken
Used to grill meat, poultry and fish evenly from
all sides.
e Fix the food to be grilled to the turn spit
with the forks.
* Place the turn spit frame into the oven by
aligning it with the turn spit driver.
e Insert the sharp edge of the turn spit into
the turn spit driver and place the turn spit
onto the turn spit frame.
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2 Plastic handle *
3 Fork
Varies depending on the product model.
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Technical specifications _
Voltage / frequency ~~ o |220-20V-59H47
Total power Gon тт Sup a TT
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Inner lam = . | 15/28 W
Grill power “consumption TAN
Basics: Information on the energy label of alecirical o ovens IS given in accordance pr The EN 60350; E 7 EC
60350-1 standard. Those values are determined under standard load with bottom-top heater or fan assisted
heating (if any) functions.
Energy efficiency class is determined in accordance with the following prioritization depending on whether
the relevant functions exist on the product or not. 1-Cooking with eco-fan, 2- Turbo slow cooking, 3- Turbo
cooking, 4- Fan assisted bottom/top heating, 5-Top and bottom heating.
* See. Installation, page 11.
echnical specifications may be changed alues stated on the product labels or in the
ithout prior notice to improve the quality of ocumentation accompanying it are obtained
he product. in laboratory conditions in accordance with
relevant standards. Depending on operational
and environmental conditions of the product,
these values may vary.
Figures in this manual are schematic and may
not exactly match your product.
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Product
accordance with the regulations in force. The
manufacturer shall not be held responsible for
damages arising from procedures carried out by
unauthorized persons which may also void the
warranty.
Preparation of location and electrical
installation for the product is under customer's
responsibility.
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with all local electrical regulations.
_ DANGER:
Prior to installation, visually check if the
product has any defects on it. If so, do not
have it installed.
Damaged products cause risks for your safety.
Before installation
The appliance is intended for installation in
commercially available kitchen cabinets. A safety
distance must be left between the appliance and the
kitchen walls and furniture. See figure (values in mm).
Surfaces, synthetic laminates and adhesives
used must be heat resistant (100 °C minimum).
Kitchen cabinets must be set level and fixed.
If there is a drawer beneath the oven, a shelf
must be installed between oven and drawer.
e Carry the appliance with at least two persons.
#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.
he door and/or handle must not be used for
lifting or moving the appliance.
If the appliance has wire handles, push the
jhandies back into the side walls after moving
he appliance.
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Installation and connection
e [he product must be installed in accordance with
all local gas and electrical regulations.
Electrical connection
Connect the product to a grounded outlet/line
protected by a fuse of suitable capacity as stated in
the "Technical specifications” table. Have the
grounding installation made by a qualified electrician
“while using the product with or without a transformer. |
Our company shall not be liable for any damages that
will arise due to using the product without a grounding
installation in accordance with the local regulations.
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ay only by an authorised and qualified
person. The product's warranty period starts
only after correct installation.
Manufacturer shall not be held responsible for
damages arising from procedures carried out
by unauthorised persons.
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rapped or come into contact with hot parts of
the product.
A damaged power cable must be replaced by
a qualified electrician. Otherwise, there is risk
of electric shock, short circuit or fire!
e Connection must comply with national
regulations.
® The mains supply data must correspond to the
data specified on the type label of the product.
Open the front door to see the type label.
e Power cable of your product must comply with
the values in "Technical specifications” table.
\ DANGER:
\ Before starting any work on the electrical
installation, disconnect the product from the
mains supply.
There is the risk of electric shock!
Connecting the power cable
1. If a power cable is not supplied together with
your product, a power cable that you would
select from the table (Technical specifications,
page 10) in accordance with the electrical
installation at your home must be connected to
your product by following the instructions in cable
diagram.
if it is not possible to disconnect all poles in the supply
power, a disconnection unit with at least 3 mm contact
clearance (fuses, line safety switches, contactors)
must be connected and all the poles of this
disconnection unit must be adjacent to (not above) the
product in accordance with IEE directives. Failure to
obey this instruction may cause operational problems
and invalidate the product warranty.
Additional protection by a residual current
circuit breaker is recommended.
2. Open the terminal block cover with a screwdriver.
3. Insert the power cable through the cable clamp
below the terminal and secure it to the main body
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with the integrated screw on cable clamping
component.
4. Connect the cables according to the supplied
diagram.
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5. After completing the wire connections, close the
terminal block cover.
6. Route the power cable so that it will not contact
the product and get squeezed between the
product and the wall,
Power cable must not be longer than 2 m
because of safety reasons.
Installing the product
1. Slide the oven into the cabinet, align and secure it
while making sure that the power cable is not
broken and/or trapped.
Secure the oven with 2 screws as illustrated.
30 minutes after the oven is switched off.
dl If you have cooked by programming the timer
of the oven, cooling fan will also be switched
off at the end of the cooking time together with
all functions.
For products with cooling fan о Cooling fan continues to operate for about 20-
Final check
1. Plug in the power cable and switch on the
product's fuse.
2. Check the functions.
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1 Cooling fan
2 Control panel
3 Door
The built-in cooling fan cools both the built-in cabinet
and the front of the product.
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Tips for saving energy
The following information will help you to use your
appliance in an ecological way, and to save energy:
e Use dark coloured or enamel coated cookware in
the oven since the heat transmission will be
better.
* While cooking your dishes, perform a preheating
operation if it is advised in the user manual or
cooking instructions.
* Do not open the door of the oven frequently
during cooking.
e Try fo cook more than one dish in the oven at the
same time whenever possible. You can cook by
placing two cooking vessels onto the wire shelf.
e (Cook more than one dish one after another. The
oven will already be hot.
* You can save energy by switching off your oven a
few minutes before the end of the cooking time.
Do not open the oven door.
* Defrost frozen dishes before cooking them.
Initial use
Time setting
While making any adjustment, related symbols
on the clock will flash.
Press ,—“ or ,+* (5/6) keys to set the time after the
oven in energized for the first time.
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2 Cooking time
3 End of cooking time
4 Alarm symbol
5 Minus key
6 Plus key
7 ocreen brightness setting
8 Alarm volume
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9 Current time
10 Keylock
11 Adjustment key
After setting the time, you can start and end the
cooking by selecting the desired position with
temperature button and function button.
“Y the current time is not set, time setting wil
start increasing/moving up from 12:00. Clock
symbol “9' will be displayed to indicate that
the current time has not been set. This symbol
will disappear once the time is set.
Current time settings are cancelled in case of
power failure. It needs to be readjusted.
Changing the time of the day
To change the time of the day you have previously set:
1. Press (11) key to activate current time symbol ‘9’
2. Press ,~* or +" (5/6) keys to set the current
time.
Changing screen brightness adjustment
1. Press (11) key to activate screen brightness
symbol 7 for screen brightness adjustment.
2. Press '— or'+' (5/6) keys to set the desired
brightness.
» Selected brightness level will appear as d-01, d-02
or d-03 on the display.
First cleaning of the appliance
he surface might get damaged by some
detergents or cleaning materials.
#00 not use aggressive detergents, cleaning
powders/creams or any sharp objects during
cleaning.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
1. Remove all packaging materials.
2. Wipe the surfaces of the appliance with a damp
cloth or sponge and dry with a cloth.
Initial heating
Heat up the product for about 30 minutes and then
switch it off. Thus, any production residues or layers
will be burnt off and removed.
\ Hot surfaces cause burns!
Product may be hot when it is in use. Never
touch the hot burners, inner sections of the
oven, heaters and ec. Keep children away.
Always use heat resistant oven gloves when
putting in or removing dishes into/from the hot
oven. |
Electric oven
1. Take all baking trays and the wire grill out of the
oven.
2. Close the oven door.
3. Select the highest oven power; See How to
operate the electric oven, page 18.
4, Operate the oven for about 30 minutes.
5. Tum off your oven; See How to operate the
electric oven, page 18
Grill oven
1. Take all baking trays and the wire grill out of the
oven.
2. Close the oven door.
3, Select the highest grill power; see How fo operate
the grill, page 23.
Operate the grill about 30 minutes.
Turn off your grill; see How to operate the grill,
page 23
Smoke and smell may emit for a couple of
hours during the initial operation. This is quite
normal. Ensure that the room is well ventilated
to remove the smoke and smell. Avoid directly
inhaling the smoke and the smell that emits.
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/ ¥ \ Hot surfaces cause bums!
=== Product may be hot when it is in use. Never
touch the hot burners, inner sections of the
oven, heaters and etc. Keep children away.
Always use heat resistant oven gloves when
putting in or removing dishes into/from the hot
oven.
AN DANGER:
\ Be careful when opening the oven door as
steam may escape,
Exiting steam can scald your hands, face
and/or eyes.
Tips for baking
* Use non-sticky coated appropriate metal plates
or aluminum vessels or heat-resistant silicone
moulds.
Make best use of the space on the rack
Select the correct rack position before turning
the oven or grill on. Do not change the rack
position when the oven is hot.
* Keep the oven door closed.
Tips for roasting
* Treating whole chicken, turkey and large piece of
meat with dressings such as lemon juice and
black pepper before cooking will increase the
cooking performance.
It takes about 15 to 30 minutes longer to roast
meat with bones when compared to roasting the
same size of meat without bones.
Each centimeter of meat thickness requires
approximately 4 to 5 minutes of cooking time.
Let meat rest in the oven for about 10 minutes
after the cooking time is over. The juice is better
distributed all over the roast and does not run out
when the meat is cut.
Fish should be placed on the middie or lower
rack in a heat-resistant plate.
Tips for grilling
When meat, fish and poultry are grilled, they quickly
get brown, have a nice crust and do not get dry. Flat
pieces, meat skewers and sausages are particularly
suited for grilling as are vegetables with high water
content such as tomatoes and onions.
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e Distribute the pieces to be grilled on the wire
shelf or in the baking tray with wie shelf in such
à Way that the space covered does not exceed
the size of the heater,
* Slide the wire shelf or baking tray with grill into
the desired level in the oven, If you are grilling on
the wire shelf, slide the baking tray to the lower
rack to collect fats. Add some water in the tray
for easy cleaning.
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Foods that are not suitable for grilling
carry the risk of fire, Only grill food
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 fatty food may catch fire.
Place the baking mould in the middie of the shelf.
How to operate the electric oven
“before you can use the oven, the time must be
Jset. If the time is not set, oven will not operate.
servers.
Function knob
Thermostat knob
1. Set the Function knob to the desired operating
mode.
2. Set the Temperature knob to the desired
temperature.
» Oven heats up to the adjusted temperature and
maintains it. During heating, temperature lamp stays
on.
Switching off the electric oven
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— Turn the function knob and temperature knob to off
(upper) position.
Rack positions (For models with wire shelf)
it Is important to place the wire shelf onto the side rack
correctly. Wire shelf must be inserted between the
side racks as illustrated in the figure.
Do not let the wire shelf stand against the rear wall of
the oven. Slide your wire shelf to the front section of
the rack and settle it with the help of the door in order
to obtain a good grill performance.
The order of operating modes shown here may be
different from the arrangement on your product.
Oven lamp
The oven is not heated. Only the oven
lamp is turned on.
Possibly, the external cooling fan will
also operate to avoid heating of the
compartments.
Operating with fan
The oven is not heated. Only the fan
(in the rear wall) is in operation,
Suitable for thawing frozen granular
food slowly at room temperature and
cooling down the cooked food.
Fan Heating
( \ Warm air heated by the rear heater Is
CL evenly distributed throughout the
oven rapidly by means of the fan. It is
suitable for cooking your meals in
different rack levels and preheating is
not required in most cases. Suitable
for cooking with multi trays.
Large grill at the ceiling of the oven
and the fan are in operation. It is
suitable for grilling large amount of
meat.
e Put big or medium-sized
portions in correct rack position
under the grill heater for grilling.
e Set the temperature to
maximum level,
e Turn the food after half of the
grilling time.
Full grill with turnspit
Full grill and tumspit are in
operation. It is suitable for grilling
and making rotisserie with large
pieces of meat.
Using the oven clock
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Program key
Cooking time
End of cooking time
Alarm symbol
Minus key
Plus key
Screen brightness setting
Alarm volume
Current time
Keylock
Adjustment key
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Maximum time that can be set for end of
cooking is 5 hours 59 minutes.
MProgram will be cancelled in case of power
failure. You must reprogram the oven.
While making any adjustments, related
symbols will flash on the display. You must
vait for a short time for the settings to take
effect.
Cooking time will be displayed once the
ooking starts.
Cooking by specifying the cooking time:
You can set the oven so that it will stop at the end of
the specified time by setting the cooking time on the
clock.
1. To adjust the cooking time, Press Program key (1)
and activate the Cooking Time symbol (2).
2. Press '—' /'+' (5/6) keys to set the cooking time.
» Once the Cooking Time is set, Cooking symbol wil
be displayed continuousiy.
If you want to set the end of cooking time to a
later time:
After setting the cooking time on the clock, you can
set the end of cooking time to a later time.
1. To adjust the cooking time, press Program key (1)
and activate the Cooking Time symbol (2).
2. Adjust the cooking time with Minus (5) and Plus (6)
Keys.
» Cooking Time symbol remains lit (displayed
continuously) after setting the cooking time.
3. To set the End of Cooking Time, Press Program
key (1) and activate the Cooking Time symbol (3).
4, Press - (5) and + (6) keys to set the end of
cooking time.
» Once the End of Cooking Time is set, End of Cooking
symbo! and Cooking symbol will be displayed
continuously. The End of Cooking Time symboi (3) will
disappear as soon as the cooking starts.
5. Put your dish into the oven.
6. Select operation mode and temperature.
» Oven timer automatically calculates the startup time
for cooking by using the end of cooking time and the
cooking period you have set. Selected operation mode
is activated when the startup time of cooking has
come and the oven is heated up to the set
temperature. It maintains this temperature until the
end of cooking time.
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f no cooking setting is made, time of the day
annot be set.
7. After the cooking process is completed, "End"
appears on the displayed and the alarm will sound.
8. Alarm signal will sound for 2 minutes. To stop the
alarm signal, just press any key. Alarm wiii be
silenced and current time will be displayed.
Uf you mute the alarm by pressing any key
he oven will restart operating.
MF you press any button at the end of the
alarm period, the oven will restart
operating.
9. Turn off the oven with the Temperature knob and
Function knob.
Using the keylock
Activating the keylock
You can prevent oven from being used by activating
the Keylock function.
Program key
Cooking time
End of cooking time
Alarm symbol
Minus key
Plus key
Screen brightness setting
Alarm volume
Current time
Keylock
Adjustment key
1. Press the key (11) to activate Keylock symbol (10).
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—» "OFF" will appear on the display.
2. Press '+' key (6) to activate the keylock.
» Once the keylock is activated, "On" appears on the
display and the Keylock symbol (10) remains lit.
hen the Keylock function is activated, contro!
panel buttons except for the Key (11) cannot
be used.
Deactivating the keylock
1, Press Adjustment key (11) to activate Keylock
symbol (10).
» "On" will appear on the display.
à. Press '-' (b) to deactivate the keylock.
» "OFF" will be displayed once the keylock is
deactivated.
Using the clock as an alarm
You can use the clock of the product for any warning
or reminder apart from the cooking programme.
The alarm clock has no influence on the functions of
the oven. It is only used as a warning. For example,
this is useful when you want to turn food in the oven at
a certain point of time. Alarm clock will give a signal
once the time you set is over.
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Cooking time
End of cooking time
Alarm symbol
Minus key
Plus key
Screen brightness setting
Alarm volume
Current time
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Setting the alarm clock
1. Press Program key (1) to activate the alarm time
symbol (4).
Maximum alarm time can be 23 hours
and 59 minutes.
2. Adijust the alarm time using ,+" /,—" (5/6) keys.
» Alarm symbol will remain lit and the alarm time will
appear on the display once the alarm time is set.
3. Atthe end of the alarm time, Alarm Time symbol
(4) will start flashing and the alarm signal is heard.
Turning off the alarm
1. To stop the alarm, just press any key.
» Alarm will be silenced and current time wili be
displayed.
If vou want to cancel the alarm:
1. To reset the alarm time, press Program key (1) to
activate the alarm time symbol (4).
2, Press and hold the '—' (5) key until "00:00" Is
displayed.
Alarm time will be displayed. If the alarm time
and cooking time are set concurrently, shortest
time will be displayed.
Changing alarm tone
1. Press Setting key (11) to activate the Alarm Tone
symbol (8).
2. Adjust the desired tone using p+" /w—" (5/6)
keys.
» Selected alarm tone will appear as "b-01", "b-02"
or "b-03" on the display.
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he timings in this chart are meant as a guide.
imings may vary due to temperature of food,
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In a cooking that requires preheating, preheat at the beginning of cooking until the thermostat lamp turns off.
Tips for baking cake e Ifthe pastry takes too long to bake, pay care that
e Ifthe cake is too dry, increase the temperature the thickness of the pastry you have prepared
by 10°C and decrease the cooking time. does not exceed the depth of the tray.
e Ifthe cake is wet, use less liquid or lower the » Ifthe upper side of the pastry gets browned, but
temperature by 10°C, the lower part is not cooked, make sure thai the
e If the cake is too dark on top, place it on a lower amount of sauce you have used for the pastry is —
rack, lower the temperature and increase the not too much at the bottom of the pastry. Try to ;
cooking time. scatter the sauce equally between the dough
e If cooked well on the inside but sticky on the layers and on the top of pastry for an even
outside use less liquid, lower the temperature browning.
and increase the cooking time. Cook the pastry in accordance with the mode
Tips for baking pastry nd temperature given in the cooking table. If
e Ifthe pastry is too dry, increase the temperature the bottom part is still not browned enough,
by 10°C and decrease the cooking time. | place it on one lower rack next time.
Dampen the layers of dough with a sauce
composed of milk, oil, egg and yoghurt.
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Tips for cooking vegetables
e |f the vegetable dish runs out of juice and gets
too dry, cook it in a pan with a lid instead of a Turnspit function | |
tray. Closed vessels will preserve the juice of the When grill function is selected, turnspit motor will start
dish. turning.
» Ifa vegetable dish does not get cooked, boil the ~*~ After selecting the Grill function, skewer the
vegetables beforehand or prepare them like meat or chicken onto the spit by means of the
canned food and put in the oven, fork (3). ne |
e Insertthe turnspit into its slot in the rotation
How to operate the grill motor located at the rear wall of the oven.
WARNING Place the turnspit onto the spit frame.
\ Close oven door during grilling. * Place the frame to the relevant rack of the oven.
Hot surfaces may cause burns! e Place a tray to one of the lower racks in order to
— - collect the fats. Put some water into the tray for
Switching on the grill ease of cleaning.
1. Turn the Function knob to the desired grill symbol. + Donot forget to remove the plastic handle of
2. Then, select the desired grilling temperature. the turnspit.
3. If required, perform a preheating of about 5 e When cooking completes, attach the plastic
minutes. handle and remove your food from the oven.
» Temperature light tums on.
Switching off the grill
1. Turn the Function knob to Off (top) position.
Foods that are not suitable for grilling
N carry the risk of fire. Only grili food
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 fatty food may catch fire.
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1 Turn spit frame
2 Plastic handie *
3 Fork |
X Varies depending on the product model.
Cooking times table for grilling
Grilling with electric grill
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General information
Service life of the product will extend and the
possibility of problems will decrease if the product is
cleaned at regular intervals,
DANGER:
\ Disconnect the product from mains supply
hefore starting maintenance and cleaning
WOrKS.
There is the risk of electric shock!
Allow the product to cool down before you
clean it.
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
e (lean the product 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.
e No special cleaning agents are required for
cleaning the product. Use warm water with
washing liquid, a soft cloth or sponge to clean
the product and wipe it with a dry cloth.
o Always ensure any excess liquid is thoroughly
wiped off after cleaning and any spillage is
immediately wiped dry. |
e Donotuse cleaning agents that contain acid or
chioride to clean the stainless or inox surfaces
and the handle. Use a soft cloth with a liquid
detergent (not abrasive) to wipe those parts clean,
paying attention to sweep in one direction.
he surface might get damaged by some
detergents or cleaning materials.
Do not use aggressive detergents, cleaning
powders/creams or any sharp objects during
cleaning.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
Do not use steam cleaners to clean the
appliance as this may cause an electric shock.
Cleaning the control panel
Clean the control panel and knobs with a damp cloth
and wipe them dry,
Do not remove the contro! buttons/knobs to
lean the control panel.
Control panel may get damaged!
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Cleaning the oven
Clean oven door
To clean the oven door, use warm water with washing
liquid, a soft cloth or sponge to clean the product and
wipe it with a dry cloth.
“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.
Removing the oven door
1. Open the front door (1).
2. Open the clips at the hinge housing (2) on the
right and left hand sides of the front door by
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3, Move the front door to half-way.
4. Remove the front door by pulling it upwards to
release it from the right and left hinges.
{should be performed in reverse order to install
the door. Do not forget to close the clips at the
hinge housing when reinstalling the door,
Removing the door inner glass
The inner glass panel of the oven door can be
removed for cleaning.
Open the oven door.
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The first step to regroup the door is reinstalling inner
glass panel (2).
2 As illustrated in figure, place the chamfered corner of
1 the glass panel so that it will rest in the chamfered
1 Frame
2 Plastic part
Pull towards yourself and remove the plastic part
installed to upper section of the front door.
Inner glass panel (2) must be installed into the plastic
slot close the innermost glass panel (1).
When installing the innermost glass panel (1), make
sure that the printed side of the panel faces towards
the inner glass panel.
It is important to seat lower corner of inner glass panel
into the lower plastic slot.
4 123 e ihe plastic part towards the frame until you hear
a “click”.
Innermost glass panel
Inner glass panel
Outer glass panel
Plastic glass panel slot-Lower
As iliustrated in figure, raise the innermost glass panel
(1) slightly in direction A and pull it out in direction B.
Repeat the same procedure to remove the inner glass
panel (2).
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Replacing the oven lamp
DANGER:
\ Before replacing the oven lamp, make sure
that the product is disconnected from mains
and cooled down in order to avoid the risk of
an electrical shock.
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
The oven lamp is a special electric light bulb
that can resist up to 300 °C. See Technical
specifications, page 10 for details. Oven lamps
can be obtained from Authorised Service
Agents or technician with licence.
Position of lamp might vary from the figure.
If your oven is equipped with a round lamp:
1, Disconnect the product from mains.
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2. Turn the glass cover counter clockwise to remove
it.
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3. Remove the oven lamp by turning it counter
clockwise and replace it with the new one.
4, Install the glass cover.
. Ш is normal that steam e escapes d during operation. >>> This is not a fault.
Product emits metal noises while heating and cooling.
* When the metal parts are heated, they may expand and cause noise. >>> This is not a fault
Product does not operate.
e The mains fuse is defective or has tripped. >>> Check fuses in the fuse box. If necessary, replace or
reset them.
e Product is not plugged into the (grounded) socket. >>> Check the plug connection.
e Buttons/knobs/keys on the control panel do not function. >>> Keylock may be enabled. Please
disable it. (See. Using the keylock, page 20)
Oven light does not work.
e Oven lamp is defective. >>> Replace oven lamp.
e Power is cut. >>> Check if there is power. Check the fuses in the fuse box. If necessary, replace
or reset the fuses.
Ovon does not heat.
e Function and/or Temperature are not set. >>> Set the function and the temperature with the
Function and/or Temperature knob/key.
e In models equipped with a timer, the timer is not adjusted. >>> Adjust the time.
(In products with microwave oven, timer controls only microwave oven.)
e Power is cut. >>> Check if there is power. Check the fuses in the fuse box. If necessary, replace
or reset the fuses.
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(In models with timer) Clock display is blinking or clock symbol is on.
e À previous power outage has occurred. >>> Adjust the time / Switch ofi the product and switch it on
again.
Consult the Authorised Service Agent or
о technician with licence or the dealer where you
have purchased the product if you can not
remedy the trouble although you have
implemented the instructions in this section.
Never attempt to repair a defective product
yourself.
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Part no: 285.4447.95
Rev: AA/ 20.08.2015
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