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Instructions for Installation and Use
90cm Free Standing Gas Cooker
C90DPX
To the Installer
Before installation fill in the product details on the back cover this book.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
To the User
You must read the instructions prior to installing and using the appliance and
then retain them for future reference.
Operating Instructions
COOKER AND OVEN
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English,2
Contents
Installation, 3-6
Room ventilation
Disposing of combustion fumes
Positioning and levelling
Electrical connection
Gas connection
Table of burner and nozzle specifications
Table of characteristics
Description of the appliance, 7
Overall view
Control panel
Start-up and use, 8-13
C90DPX
Using the hob
Setting the time
Using the oven
Cooking modes for Multi-function (1rst Oven)
Cooking modes for conventional-function (2nd
Oven)
Practical cooking advice
Oven cooking advice table
Precautions and tips, 15
General safety
Disposal
Respecting and conserving the environment
Care and maintenance, 16
Switching the appliance off
Cleaning the appliance
Replacing the oven light bulb
Gas tap maintenance
Assistance
Electric drawer, 17
Key Contacts, back cover
Installation
Before operating your new appliance please read
this instruction booklet carefully. It contains
important information concerning the safe installation
and operation of the appliance.
Please keep these operating instructions for future
reference. Make sure that the instructions are kept
with the appliance if it is sold, given away or moved.
Disposing of combustion fumes
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The disposal of combustion fumes should be
guaranteed using a hood connected to a safe and
efficient natural suction chimney, or using an electric
fan that begins to operate automatically every time
the appliance is switched on (see figure).
The appliance must be installed by a qualified
professional according to the instructions provided.
Any necessary adjustment or maintenance must be
performed after the cooker has been disconnected
from the electricity supply.
Room ventilation
Fumes channeled outside
The appliance may only be installed in permanentlyventilated rooms, in accordance with current national
legislation. The room in which the appliance is
installed must be ventilated adequately so as to
provide as much air as is needed by the normal gas
combustion process (the flow of air must not be
lower than 2 m3/h per kW of installed power).
The air inlets, protected by grilles, should have a
duct with an inner cross section of at least 100 cm2
and should be positioned so that they are not liable
to even partial obstruction (see figure A).
These inlets should be enlarged by 100% - with a
minimum of 200 cm2 - whenever the surface of the
hob is not equipped with a flame failure safety
device. When the flow of air is provided in an indirect
manner from adjacent rooms (see figure B), provided
that these are not communal parts of a building,
areas with increased fire hazards or bedrooms, the
inlets should be fitted with a ventilation duct leading
outside as described above.
Adjacent room
Room requiring
ventilation
A
B
A
Ventilation opening
Increase in the gap between
for comburent air
the door and the flooring
After prolonged use of the appliance, it is advisable
to open a window or increase the speed of any fans
used.
Fumes channelled through straight a
chimney or a branched flue system
(reserved for cooking appliances)
! The liquefied petroleum gases are heavier than air
and collect by the floor, therefore all rooms containing
LPG cylinders must have openings leading outside so
that any leaked gas can escape easily.
LPG cylinders, therefore, whether partially or
completely full, must not be installed or stored in
rooms or storage areas that are below ground level
(cellars, etc.). Only the cylinder being used should be
stored in the room; this should also be kept well
away from sources of heat (ovens, chimneys,
stoves) that may cause the temperature of the
cylinder to rise above 50°C.
Positioning and levelling
It is possible to install the appliance alongside
cupboards whose height does not exceed that of the
hob surface.
Make sure that the wall in contact with the back of
the appliance is made from a non-flammable, heatresistant material (T 90°C).
To install the appliance correctly:
• Place it in the kitchen, the dining room or the bedsit (not in the bathroom).
• If the top of the hob is higher than the cupboards,
the appliance must be installed at least 600 mm
away from them.
• If the cooker is installed underneath a wall cabinet,
there must be a minimum distance of 420 mm
between this cabinet and the top of the hob.
This distance should be increased to 700 mm if the
wall cabinets are flammable (see figure).
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420 mm.
900 mm.
Min.
Min.
420 mm.
Min.
min. 650 mm. with hood
min. 700 mm. without hood
HOOD
• Do not position
blinds behind the
cooker or less than 200
mm away from its
sides.
• Any hoods must be
installed according to
the instructions listed in
the relevant operating
manual.
Levelling
If it is necessary to level the
appliance, screw the
adjustable feet into the places
provided on each corner of the
base of the cooker (see
figure).
The legs* fit into the slots on
the underside of the base of
the cooker.
Electrical connection
WARNING – THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
The appliance is designed to work with alternating
current at the supply voltage and frequency indicated
on the rating plate (situated on the rear part of the
appliance and on the last page of the instruction
booklet) or at the end of the instruction booklet. Make
sure that the local supply voltage corresponds to the
voltage indicated on the rating plate.
To connect directly to the mains supply, a doublepole switch with a contact separation of at least 3
mm suitable for the load and complying with current
standards and regulations, must be fitted between
the appliance and the mains supply outlet. The
yellow-green earth wire must not be interrupted by
the switch. The supply cable must be in such a
position that no part of it can reach a temperature of
50 °C above room temperature. Do not use adapters
or shunts as they could cause heating or burning.
Before connecting to the power supply, make sure
that:
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• the limiter valve and the domestic system can
withstand the load from the appliance (see rating
plate);
• the supply system is efficiently earthed according
to standards and laws in force;
• the socket or double-pole switch are easily
accessible when the appliance is installed.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE ACCIDENTPREVENTION REGULATIONS RELIEVES THE
MANUFACTURER OF ALL LIABILITY.
Important: the wires in the mains lead are coloured
in accordance with the following code:
Green & Yellow
- Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
Connect the Green & Yellow wire to terminal marked
“E” or
or coloured Green or Green & Yellow.
Connect the Brown wire to the terminal marked “L” or
coloured Red.
Connect the Blue wire to the terminal marked “N” or
coloured Black.
Replacing the cable
Use a rubber cable of the type H05VV-F with a
suitable
cross section 3 x 2.5 mm².
The yellow-green earth wire must be 2-3 cm longer
than the other wires.
Gas connection
Connection to the gas network or to the gas cylinder
may be carried out using a flexible rubber or steel hose,
in accordance with current national legislation and after
making sure that the appliance is suited to the type of
gas with which it will be supplied (see the rating sticker
on the cover: if this is not the case see below). When
using liquid gas from a cylinder, install a pressure
regulator which complies with current national
regulations. To make connection easier, the gas supply
may be turned sideways*: reverse the position of the
hose holder with that of the cap and replace the gasket
that is supplied with the appliance.
Check that the pressure of the gas supply is
consistent with the values indicated in the Table of
burner and nozzle specifications (see below). This
will ensure the safe operation and durability of your
appliance while maintaining efficient energy
consumption.
Gas connection using a flexible rubber hose
Make sure that the hose complies with current
national legislation. The internal diameter of the hose
must measure: 8 mm for liquid gas supply; 13 mm for
methane gas supply.
Once the connection has been performed, make sure
that the hose:
• Does not come into contact with any parts that
reach temperatures of over 50°C.
• Is not subject to any pulling or twisting forces and
that it is not kinked or bent.
• Does not come into contact with blades, sharp
corners or moving parts and that it is not
compressed.
• Is easy to inspect along its whole length so that its
condition may be checked.
• Is shorter than 1500 mm.
• Fits firmly into place at both ends, where it will be
fixed using clamps that comply with current
regulations.
If one or more of these conditions is not fulfilled or
if the cooker must be installed according to the
conditions listed for class 2 - subclass 1 appliances
(installed between two cupboards), the flexible steel
hose must be used instead (see below).
Adapting the hob
Replacing the nozzles for the hob burners:
1. Remove the hob grids and slide the burners off
their seats.
2. Unscrew the nozzles using a
7 mm socket spanner (see
figure), and replace them with
nozzles suited to the new type of
gas (see Burner and nozzle
specifications table).
3. Replace all the components
by following the above
instructions in reverse.
Adjusting the hob burners’ minimum setting:
1. Turn the tap to the minimum position.
2. Remove the knob and adjust the regulatory
screw, which is positioned inside or next to the tap
pin, until the flame is small but steady.
If the appliance is connected to a liquid gas
supply, the regulatory screw must be fastened as
tightly as possible:
3. While the burner is alight, quickly change the position
of the knob from minimum to maximum and vice versa
several times, checking that the flame is not
extinguished.
Connecting a flexible jointless stainless steel
pipe to a threaded attachment
Make sure that the hose and gaskets comply with
current national legislation.
To begin using the hose, remove the hose holder on
the appliance (the gas supply inlet on the appliance
is a cylindrical threaded 1/2 gas male attachment).
Perform the connection in such a way that the hose
length does not exceed a maximum of 2 metres,
making sure that the hose is not compressed and
does not come into contact with moving parts.
Checking the tightness of the connection
When the installation process is complete, check the
hose fittings for leaks using a soapy solution. Never
use a flame.
The hob burners do not require primary air adjustment.
After adjusting the appliance so it may be used with a
different type of gas, replace the old rating label with a
new one that corresponds to the new type of gas (these
labels are available from Authorised Technical Assistance
Centres).
Should the gas pressure used be different (or vary
slightly) from the recommended pressure, a suitable
pressure regulator must be fitted to the inlet hose in
accordance with current national regulations relating
to “regulators for channelled gas”.
Adapting to different types of gas
It is possible to adapt the appliance to a type of gas
other than the default type (this is indicated on the
rating label on the cover).
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Table of burner and nozzle specifications
Table 1
Burner
Liquid Gas
Diameter
(mm)
Thermal Power
kW (p.c.s.*)
By-Pass Nozzle
1/100
1/100
Natural Gas
Flow*
g/h
Nozzle
1/100
Nominal
Reduced
(mm)
(mm)
***
**
(mm)
Flow*
l/h
Fast
(Large)(R)
100
3,00
0,7
41
86
218
214
116
286
Semi Fast
(Medium)(S)
75
1,90
0,4
30
70
138
136
96
157
Auxiliary
(Small)(A)
55
1,00
0,4
30
50
73
71
71
95
Triple Ring
(TC)
130
3,25
1,5
63
91
236
232
124
309
28-30
20
35
37
25
45
Nominal (mbar)
Minimum (mbar)
Maximum (mbar)
Supply
Pressures
*
**
***
20
17
25
At 15°C and 1013 mbar - dry gas
Propane P.C.S. = 50.37 MJ/kg
Butane P.C.S. = 49.47 MJ/kg
Natural P.C.S. = 37.78 MJ/m³
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TECHNICAL DATA (1 Oven )
Oven dimensions
H:33;W:38;D:54 cm
Volume
68 Lt
may be adapted for use with any
Burners
type of gas shown on the data
plate
Voltage and frequency see data plate
Directive 2002/40/EC on the
label of electric ovens.
Regulation EN 50304
ENERGY LABEL
Energy consumption for Natural
convection – heating mode:
Traditional mode;
Declared energy consumption
for Forced convection Class –
heating mode:
Multi cooking Mode.
EC Directives: 73/23/EEC
dated 19/02/73 (Low Voltage)
and subsequent amendments 89/336/EEC dated 03/05/89
(Electromagnetic Compatibility)
and subsequent amendments 90/369/EEC dated 29/06/90
(Gas) and subsequent
amendments - 93/68/EEC
dated 22/07/93 and subsequent
amendments - 2002/96/EC.
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TECHNICAL DATA (2 Oven)
Dimensions
H:33.8;W:24.5;D:43.8 cm
Volume
36 l
may be adapted for use with any
Burners
type of gas shown on the data
plate
Voltage and frequency see data plate
Directive 2002/40/EC on the
label of electric ovens.
Regulation EN 50304
ENERGY LABEL
Energy consumption for Natural
convection – heating mode:
Traditional mode;
EC Directives: 73/23/EEC
dated 19/02/73 (Low Voltage)
and subsequent amendments 89/336/EEC dated 03/05/89
(Electromagnetic Compatibility)
and subsequent amendments 90/369/EEC dated 29/06/90
(Gas) and subsequent
amendments - 93/68/EEC
dated 22/07/93 and subsequent
amendments - 2002/96/EC.
Description
of the appliance
Overall view
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3000W
1900W
CONTROL
PANEL
3250W
1900W
1000W
2nd OVEN
Compartement
opening
1nd OVEN
Adjustable
feet
SAFETY
DEVICES
Ignition for
GAS BURNERS
Control panel
TIMER
knob
THERMOSTAT
knob (1st. OVEN)
Knob (2nd. OVEN)
SELECTOR
THERMOSTAT
BURNERS
Control knob
THERMOSTAT
Indicator light(1st. OVEN) 1st. OVEN
• GAS BURNERS differ in size and power. Use the
diameter of the cookware to choose the most
appropriate burner to cook with.
SELECTOR
knob (1st. OVEN)
2nd. OVEN
knob (2nd. OVEN)
THERMOSTAT
Indicator light (2nd. OVEN)
• Control Knobs for GAS BURNERS adjust the
power or the size of the flame.
• GAS BURNERS ignition enables a specific burner
to be lit automatically.
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Start-up and use
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Using the hob
Using the oven
Lighting the burners
For each BURNER knob there is a complete ring
showing the strength of the flame for the relevant burner.
To light one of the burners on the hob:
1. Bring a flame or gas lighter close to the burner.
2. Press the BURNER knob and turn it in an
anticlockwise direction so that it is pointing to the
maximum flame setting .
3. Adjust the intensity of the flame to the desired level
by turning the BURNER knob in an anticlockwise
direction. This may be the minimum setting , the
maximum setting or any position in between the two.
The first time you use your appliance, heat the empty
oven with its door closed at its maximum temperature
for at least half an hour. Ensure that the room is well
ventilated before switching the oven off and opening the
oven door. The appliance may emit a slightly
unpleasant odour caused by protective substances
used during the manufacturing process burning away.
Never put objects directly on the bottom of the oven;
this will avoid the enamel coating being damaged.
If the appliance is fitted with an
electronic lighting device (see
figure), press the BURNER
knob and turn it in an
anticlockwise direction, towards
the minimum flame setting, until
the burner is lit. The burner may
be extinguished when the knob is released. If this
occurs, repeat the operation, holding the knob down
for a longer period of time.
! If the flame is accidentally extinguished, switch off
the burner and wait for at least 1 minute before
attempting to relight it.
If the appliance is equipped with a flame failure
safety device, press and hold the BURNER knob for
approximately 2-3 seconds to keep the flame alight
and to activate the device.
To switch the burner off, turn the knob until it reaches
the stop position 0.
Practical advice on using the burners
For the burners to work in the most efficient way
possible and to save on the amount of gas
consumed, it is recommended that only pans that
have a lid and a flat base are used. They should also
be suited to the size of the burner:
To identify the type of burner, please refer to the
diagrams contained in the “Burner and nozzle
specifications”.
For models equipped with a reducer grid, the latter
must be used only for the auxiliary burner, when pans
with a diameter of less than 12 cm are used.
Burner
ø Cookware Diameter (cm)
Fast (R)
24 - 26
Semi Fast (S)
16 - 20
Auxiliary (A)
10 - 14
Triple Crown (TC)
24 - 26
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In order to cool down the temperature of their exterior,
some models are fitted with a cooling fan that comes on
when the programme selector knob is turned. In this
case, the fan is always on and a normal flow of air can
be heard exiting between the oven door and the control
panel.
Note: when cooking is done, the fan stays on, even
if knob is set to “0”, until the oven has cooled
down sufficiently.
In "Fast cooking" mode, the fan comes on automatically
only when the oven is hot.
Once you have removed the food from the oven, we
recommend you leave the oven door ajar for a few
minutes: this will drastically reduce the duration of the
cooling cycle. The process is controlled by an additional
thermostat and can consist of one or more cycles.
1. Select the desired cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
2. Select the recommended temperature for the
cooking mode or the desired temperature by turning
the THERMOSTAT knob.
A list detailing cooking modes and suggested
cooking temperatures can be found in the relevant
table (see Oven cooking advice table).
During cooking it is always possible to:
• Change the cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
• Change the temperature by turning the
THERMOSTAT knob.
• Stop cooking by turning the SELECTOR knob to
the “0” position.
Always place cookware on the rack(s) provided.
THERMOSTAT indicator light
When this is illuminated, the oven is generating heat.
It switches off when the inside of the oven reaches
the selected temperature. At this point the light
illuminates and switches off alternately, indicating
that the thermostat is working and is maintaining the
temperature at a constant level.
OPERATION indicator light
When this is illuminated, the oven is generating heat.
halfway through the cooking process.
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MULTI-COOKING mode
Oven light
This is switched on by turning the SELECTOR knob
to any position other than “0”. It remains lit as long as
the oven is operating. By selecting 8 with the knob,
the light is switched on without any of the heating
elements being activated.
Cooking modes for Multi-function main
oven (1 rst Oven)
The first time you use your appliance, heat the
empty oven with its door closed at its maximum
temperature for at least half an hour. Ensure that the
room is well ventilated before switching the oven off
and opening the oven door. The appliance may emit a
slightly unpleasant odour caused by protective
substances used during the manufacturing process
burning away.
A temperature value can be set for all cooking
modes between 50°C and Max, except for the
following modes
• MAXI-GRILL / MINI-GRILL (recommended: set only
to MAX power level)
• GRATIN (recommended: do not exceed 200°C).
TRADITIONAL OVEN mode
Both the top and bottom heating elements will come
on. When using this traditional cooking mode, it is
best to use one cooking rack only. If more than one
rack is used, the heat will be distributed in an uneven
manner.
BAKING mode
The rear heating element and the fan are switched
on, thus guaranteeing the distribution of heat in a
delicate and uniform manner throughout the entire
oven. This mode is ideal for baking and cooking
temperature sensitive foods (such as cakes that
need to rise) and for the preparation of pastries on 3
shelves simultaneously.
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All the heating elements (top, bottom and circular)
switch on and the fan begins to operate. Since the
heat remains constant throughout the oven, the air
cooks and browns food in a uniform manner. A
maximum of two racks may be used at the same
time.
MINI-GRILL mode
The central part of the top heating element is
switched on. The high and direct temperature of the
grill is recommended for food that requires a high
surface temperature (veal and beef steaks, fillet
steak and entrecôte). This cooking mode uses a
limited amount of energy and is ideal for grilling small
dishes. Place the food in the centre of the rack, as it
will not be cooked properly if it is placed in the
corners.
MAXI-GRILL mode
All the top heating element are activated .
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GRATIN mode
The top heating element and the rotisserie (where
present) are activated and the fan begins to operate.
This combination of features increases the
effectiveness of the unidirectional thermal radiation
provided by the heating elements through forced
circulation of the air throughout the oven. This helps
prevent food from burning on the surface and allows
the heat to penetrate right into the food.
The GRILL and GRATIN cooking modes must be
performed with the oven door shut.
Practical cooking advice
Do not place racks in position 1 or 5 during fanassisted cooking. Excessive direct heat can burn
temperature sensitive foods.
MULTILEVEL
PIZZA mode
The circular heating elements and the elements at
the bottom of the oven are switched on and the fan is
activated. This combination heats the oven rapidly by
producing a considerable amount of heat, particularly
from the element at the bottom. If you use more than
one rack at a time, switch the position of the dishes
• Use positions 2 and 4, placing the food that
requires more heat on the rack in position 2.
• Place the dripping pan on the bottom and the rack
on top.
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GRILL
Starting the oven
• When using the GRILL cooking mode, place the
rack in position 4 and the dripping pan in position 1
to collect cooking residues (fat and/or grease).
When using the GRATIN cooking mode, place the
rack in position 2 or 3 and the dripping pan in
position 1 to collect cooking residues.
• We recommend that the power level is set to
maximum. The top heating element is regulated by
a thermostat and may not always operate
constantly.
PIZZA MODE
1. Select the desired cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
2. Select the recommended temperature for the
cooking mode or the desired temperature by turning
the THERMOSTAT knob.
A list detailing cooking modes and suggested
cooking temperatures can be found in the relevant
table (see Oven cooking advice table).
• Use a light aluminium pizza pan. Place it on the
rack provided.
For a crispy crust, do not use the dripping pan as
it prevents the crust from forming by extending the
total cooking time.
• If the pizza has a lot of toppings, we recommend
adding the mozzarella cheese on top of the pizza
halfway through the cooking process.
Cooking modes for Conventional main
oven (2nd oven)
The first time you use your appliance, heat the
empty oven with its door closed at its maximum
temperature for at least half an hour. Ensure that the
room is well ventilated before switching the oven off
and opening the oven door. The appliance may emit a
slightly unpleasant odour caused by protective
substances used during the manufacturing process
burning away.
A temperature value can be set for all cooking
modes
between 60°C and Max, except for the following
modes
• MAXI-GRILL / MINI-GRILL (recommended: set only
to MAX power level)
During cooking it is always possible to:
• Change the cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
• Change the temperature by turning the
THERMOSTAT knob.
• Set the total cooking time and the cooking end
time (see below).
• Stop cooking by turning the SELECTOR knob to
the “0” position.
Never put objects directly on the bottom of the
oven; this will avoid the enamel coating being
damaged. Only use position 1 in the oven when
cooking with the rotisserie spit.
Always place cookware on the rack(s) provided.
THERMOSTAT indicator light
When this is illuminated, the oven is generating heat.
It switches off when the inside of the oven reaches
the selected temperature. At this point the light
illuminates and switches off alternately, indicating
that the thermostat is working and is maintaining the
temperature at a constant level.
Oven light
This is switched on by turning the SELECTOR knob
to any position other than “0”. It remains lit as long as
the oven is operating. By selecting 8 with the knob,
the light is switched on without any of the heating
elements being activated.
TRADITIONAL OVEN mode
Both the top and bottom heating elements will come
on. When using this traditional cooking mode, it is
best to use one cooking rack only. If more than one
rack is used, the heat will be distributed in an uneven
manner.
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PASTRY Mode
The bottom heating element comes on.
This mode is ideal for baking and cooking
delicate foods - especially cakes that need to rise
because the heat coming from the bottom helps
the leavening process.
Please note that it takes a considerable amount
of time for the higher temperatures to be reached,
therefore we recommend you use the “Convection
Mode” in these cases.
MINI GRILL
The top central heating element comes on.
The extremely high and direct temperature of the
grill makes it possible to brown the surface of
meats and roasts while locking in the juices to
keep them tender. The grill is also highly
recommended for dishes that require a high
temperature on the surface: beef steaks, veal, rib
steak, filets, hamburgers etc...
Some grilling examples are included in the
“Practical Cooking Advice” paragraph.
MAXI GRILL
The top heating element comes on.
This mode can be used to brown food at the end
of cooking.
Practical cooking advice
GRILL
• When using the GRILL cooking mode, place
the rack in position 4 and the dripping pan in
position 1 to collect cooking residues (fat and/
or grease).
• We recommend that the power level is set to
maximum. The top heating element is regulated
by a thermostat and may not always operate
constantly.
The GRILL cooking mode must be performed
with the oven door shut.
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TIMER (ELECTRIC OVEN)
The programmer makes it possible to preset the
oven and the grill in terms of:
• delay start with a preset length of time for
cooking;
• immediate start with a preset length of time for
cooking;
• timer.
Button functions:
: Timer with hour and minutes;
: Length of cooking time;
: End cooking time;
Release the button, and within 4 seconds, the current
time will reappear with the
symbol and "auto."
3. Press the
button, and then use the - and +
buttons to set the end cooking time. Let us
suppose that it is 13:00
4. Release the button and the display will show the
current time within 4 seconds:
: Manual change;
- : Change time (backwards);
+ : Change time (forwards).
How to Reset the Digital Clock
After the appliance has been connected to the power
source or following a power outage, the clock display
will begin to blink and read: 0:00
buttons at the same time. Then
Press the
use (within 4 seconds) the - and + buttons to set
the exact time.
Use the + button to move the time forwards.
Use the - button to move the time backwards.
The time can also be changed in the following two
ways:
1. Repeat all of the foregoing steps.
When "auto" is lighted, it indicates that the length
and end Cancelling a Preset Cooking Time
button, and use the - button to set the
Press the
time to:
•
2. Press the
button, and then use the - and +
buttons to reset the time.
Manual Operation Mode for the Oven
After the time has been set, the programmer is
automatically set to manual mode.
Note: Press the
button to return the oven to
manual mode after every "Automatic" cooking
session.
Delayed Start Time with Preset Cooking Length
The length and the end cooking times must be set.
Let us suppose that the display shows 10:00.
1. Turn the oven control knob to the cooking setting
and temperature desired (example: convection
oven at 200°C).
and the use (within 4 seconds) the 2. Press the
and + buttons to set the length of the cooking
time. Let us suppose that 30 minutes was set for
the length of the cooking time. In this case, the
display will show:
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Then press the manual cooking mode button
.
Timer Feature
The timer can be used to count down from a given
length of time. This feature does not control when the
oven comes on or turns off, but, rather, it only emits
an acoustic signal when the preset time has run out.
Press the
button, and the display will read:
Then use the - and + buttons to set the desired time.
Release the button, and the timer will start at that
second. The display will show the current time.
At the end of the preset time, an acoustic signal will
sound, which can be turned off by pressing any
button (except the - and + buttons), and the
symbol will turn off.
Changing and Cancelling Settings
• The settings can be changed at any time by
pressing the corresponding button and using the or + button.
• When the length setting for the cooking time is
cancelled, the end cooking time setting is also
cancelled, and vice versa.
• When in automatic cooking mode, the appliance
will not accept end cooking times prior to the start
cooking time proposed by the appliance itself.
Multi funcituon Oven cooking advice table (1rst Oven)
Cooking times shown in the charts are approximate and may vary according to personal taste. When cooking
a certain food for the first time, it is advisable to choose the lowest values in the cooking time range given in the
table and then increase times if necessary.
Cooking
modes
Foods
Duck
Traditional Roast veal or beef
Pork roast
Oven
Biscuits (short pastry)
Tarts
Tarts
Fruit cakes
Plum cake
Sponge cake
Stuffed pancakes (on 2 racks)
Baking Mode Small cakes (on 2 racks)
Cheese puffs (on 2 racks)
Cream puffs (on 3 racks)
Biscuits (on 3 racks)
Meringues (on 3 racks)
Pizza
Pizza Mode Roast veal or beef
Chicken
Pizza (on 2 racks)
Lasagne
Lamb
Roast chicken + potatoes
Mackerel
MultiPlum cake
Cream puffs (on 2 racks)
cooking
Biscuits (on 2 racks)
Sponge cake (on 1 rack)
Sponge cake (on 2 racks)
Savoury pies
Mini grill
Maxi grill
Gratin
Grill cooking
Toast
Pork chops
Mackerel
Soles and cuttlefish
Squid and prawn kebabs
Cuttlefish
Cod filet
Grilled vegetables
Veal steak
Sausages
Hamburgers
Mackerels
Toasted sandwiches (or toast)
Grilled chicken
Cuttlefish
Weight
(in kg)
Rack Position
Pre-heating
time
(minutes)
Recommended
temperature
Cooking
time
(minutes)
1
1
1
1
0.5
1
0.7
0.5
1.2
0.6
0.4
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.5
1
1
1
1
1
1+1
1
1
0.5
0.5
0.5
1
1.5
3
3
3
3
3
3
2 or 3
3
3
2 and 4
2 and 4
2 and 4
1 and 3 and 5
1 and 3 and 5
1 and 3 and 5
3
2
2 or 3
2 and 4
3
2
2 and 4
2
2
2 and 4
2 and 4
2
2 and 4
3
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
10
10
15
10
10
15
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
200
200
200
180
180
180
180
180
160
200
190
210
180
180
90
220
220
180
230
180
180
200
180
170
190
180
170
170
200
65-75
70-75
70-80
15-20
30-35
20-30
40-45
40-50
25-30
30-35
20-25
15-20
20-25
20-25
180
15-20
25-30
60-70
15-20
30-35
40-45
60-70
30-35
40-50
20-25
10-15
15-20
20-25
25-30
n.°4
1.5
1.1
2 and 3
2 and 3
2 and 3
-
-
10
30
35
0.7
0.6
0.6
0.8
0.4
0.8
0.6
0.6
1
4 and 6
1.5
1.5
4
4
4
4
3 or 4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
10
10
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
200
200
10-12
8-10
10-15
10-15
15-20
15-20
15-20
10-12
15-20
3-5
55-60
30-35
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Conventional Oven cooking advice table (2nd Oven)
Cooking
modes
Traditional
PASTRY
OVEN
Mini Grill
Maxi Grill
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Foods
Lasagne
Cannelloni
Baked pasta
Veal
Chicken
Duck
Rabbit
Pork
Lamb
Mackerel
Mackerel
Trout baked in foil
Neapolitan-style pizza
Biscuits and small cakes
Sweet unleavened flans and desserts
Savoury pies
Leavened cakes
Fruit cakes
Perfecting cooking
Sole and cuttlefish
Squid and prawn kebabs
Cod fillet
Grilled vegetables
Veal steak
Chops
Hamburgers
Mackerel
Toast
With the rotisserie spit
Spit-roast veal
Spit-roast chicken
Weight
(in kg)
Rack
position
Preheating time
(min)
2.5
2.5
2.0
1.7
1.5
1.8
2
2.1
1.8
1.1
1.5
1
1
0.5
1.1
1
0.5
1
2
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1
1
4 pcs
1.0
2.0
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
5
5
15
10
10
10
10
10
Recommended
Temperature
(°C)
200
200
200
180
200
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
220
180
180
180
160
170
Cooking
time
(minutes)
45-50
30-35
30-35
60-70
80-90
90-100
70-80
70-80
70-80
30-40
30-35
25-30
15-20
10-15
25-30
30-35
25-30
25-30
2 and 3
and 3
2 and 3
3/4
4
4
3
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
8
4
10
8-10
15-20
20
7
15-20
5
-
5
5
Max
Max
70-80
70-80
Precautions and tips
This appliance has been designed and manufactured
in compliance with international safety standards.
The following warnings are provided for safety
reasons and must be read carefully.
General safety
• The appliance was designed for domestic use
inside the home and is not intended for commercial
or industrial use.
• The appliance must not be installed outdoors, even
in covered areas. It is extremely dangerous to leave
the appliance exposed to rain and storms.
• Do not touch the appliance with bare feet or with
wet or damp hands and feet.
• The appliance must be used by adults only for the
preparation of food, in accordance with the
instructions provided in this booklet.
• The instruction booklet accompanies a class 1
(insulated) or class 2 - subclass 1 (recessed
between 2 cupboards) appliance.
• Do not touch the heating elements or certain
parts of the oven door when the appliance is in
use; these parts become extremely hot. Keep
children well away from the appliance.
• Make sure that the power supply cables of other
electrical appliances do not come into contact with
the hot parts of the oven.
• The openings used for the ventilation and
dispersion of heat must never be covered.
• Always use oven gloves when placing cookware in
the oven or when removing it.
• Do not use flammable liquids (alcohol, petrol, etc...)
near the appliance while it is in use.
• Do not place flammable material in the lower
storage compartment or in the oven itself. if the
appliance is switched on accidentally, they could
catch fire.
• The internal surfaces of the compartment (where
present) may become hot.
• Always make sure the knobs are in the “0” position
when the appliance is not in use.
• When unplugging the appliance, always pull the
plug from the mains socket; do not pull on the
cable.
• Never perform any cleaning or maintenance work
without having disconnected the appliance from the
electricity mains.
• If the appliance breaks down, under no
circumstances should you attempt to perform the
repairs yourself. Repairs carried out by
inexperienced persons may cause injury or further
malfunctioning of the appliance. Contact
Assistance.
• Do not rest heavy objects on the open oven door.
Before operating the product, remove all plastic film
from the sides of the appliance.
Disposal
• When disposing of packaging material: observe
local legislation so that the packaging may be
reused.
• The European Directive 2002/96/EC relating to
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
states that household appliances should not be
disposed of using the normal solid urban waste
cycle. Exhausted appliances should be collected
separately in order to optimise the cost of re-using
and recycling the materials inside the machine,
while preventing potential damage to the
atmosphere and to public health. The crossed-out
dustbin is marked on all products to remind the
owner of their obligations regarding separated
waste collection.
For further information relating to the correct
disposal of exhausted household appliances,
owners may contact the public service provided or
their local dealer.
Respecting and conserving the
environment
• You can help to reduce the peak load of the
electricity supply network companies by using the
oven in the hours between late afternoon and the
early hours of the morning.
• Always keep the oven door closed when using the
GRILL and GRATIN modes: This will achieve
improved results while saving energy
(approximately 10%).
• Check the door seals regularly and wipe them clean
to ensure they are free of debris so that they adhere
properly to the door, thus avoiding heat dispersion.
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Care and maintenance
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Switching the appliance off
Inspecting the oven seals
Disconnect your appliance from the electricity supply
before carrying out any work on it.
Cleaning the appliance
Check the door seals around the oven regularly. If the
seals are damaged, please contact your nearest
Authorised After-sales Service Centre. We
recommend that the oven is not used until the seals
have been replaced.
Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on
the appliance.
Replacing the oven light bulb
• The stainless steel or enamel-coated external parts
and the rubber seals may be cleaned using a
sponge that has been soaked in lukewarm water
and neutral soap. Use specialised products for the
removal of stubborn stains. After cleaning, rinse
well and dry thoroughly. Do not use abrasive
powders or corrosive substances.
• The hob grids, burner caps, flame spreader rings
and burners may be removed to make cleaning
easier; wash them in hot water and non-abrasive
detergent, making sure all burnt-on residue is
removed before drying them thoroughly.
1. After disconnecting the oven
from the electricity mains,
remove the glass lid covering
the lamp socket (see figure).
2. Remove the light bulb and
replace it with a similar one:
voltage 230 V, wattage 25 W,
cap E 14.
3. Replace the lid and reconnect the oven to the
electricity supply.
Gas tap maintenance
• Clean the terminal part of the flame failure safety
devices* frequently.
Over time, the taps may become jammed or difficult to
turn. If this occurs, the tap must be replaced.
• The inside of the oven should ideally be cleaned
after each use, while it is still lukewarm. Use hot
water and detergent, then rinse well and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use abrasive products.
This procedure must be performed by a qualified
technician authorised by the manufacturer.
• Clean the glass part of the oven door using a
sponge and a non-abrasive cleaning product, then
dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. Do not use rough
abrasive material or sharp metal scrapers as these
could scratch the surface and cause the glass to
crack.
• The accessories can be washed like everyday
crockery, and are even dishwasher safe.
• Do not close the cover when the burners are alight
or when they are still hot.
The internal surfaces of the compartment (where
present) may become hot.
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Assistance
Never use the services of an unauthorised
technician.
Please have the following information to hand:
• The type of problem encountered.
• The appliance model (Mod.).
• The serial number (S/N).
The latter two pieces of information can be found on
the data plate located on the appliance.
Electric drawer
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1
0
2
3
SELECTOR
knob
OPERATION
indicator light
The heated compartment makes it possible to:
• Leaven dough and defrost food (position 1 on the
selector knob).
• Reheat food and keep it warm (positions 2 and 3
on the selector knob).
• Heat up pans and crockery (position 1on the
selector knob).
The appliance only heats up if the compartment
has been closed properly.
To activate the desired function:
1. Open the compartment by pressing gently on the
front panel (push/push mechanism).
2. Place the crockery or the food to be leavened/
defrosted/reheated inside.
3. Select a function using the SELECTOR knob. The
OPERATION indicator light illuminates.
4. Close the compartment.
5. A heating element will be activated, thus enabling
the selected programme to be performed.
To stop the function, open the compartment and turn
the SELECTOR knob to 0. The OPERATION indicator
light will switch off.
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Key Contacts
After Sales Service
Over 1200 trained specialists, directly employed by us, ensure that you can have complete confidence in
both the appliances and services we offer.
Repair Service and Information Desk
UK: 08709 066 066
(Open 8 to 8 Mon - Fri, 8 to 6 Sat, 10 to 4 Sun & Bank Holidays)
www.cannonservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 302 200
Note: Our operators will require the following information:
Model number:
Serial number:
Extended Warranties
UK: 08709 088 088
(Open 8 to 8 Mon - Sun)
www.cannonservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 502 200
Genuine Parts and Accessories
UK: 08709 077 077
(Open 8-30 to 5-30 Mon - Fri & 9 to 12 Sat)
www.cannonservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: (01) 842 6836
www.cannoncooking.co.uk
Indesit Company UK LTD, Morley Way, Peterborough, PE2 9JB.
07/2007 - 19506021700
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