V-ZUG | Combair-Steam N | Operating instructions | V-ZUG Combair-Steam N Operating instructions

V-ZUG Ltd
Combi-Steam Oven
Combair-Steam N
Operating instructions
Thank you for choosing to buy one of our products. Your appliance is made
to high standards and is easy to use. Nevertheless, please take the time to
read these operating instructions in order to familiarize yourself with the
appliance and get the best use out of it.
Please follow the safety precautions.
Modifications
Text, diagrams and data correspond to the technical standard of the
appliance at the time these operating instructions went to press. The right to
make technical modifications for the purpose of the further development of
the appliance is reserved.
Symbols used
Denotes important safety precautions. Failure to observe said
precautions can result in injury or damage to the appliance or
fittings!
A
Indicates step-by-step instructions.
– Describes how the appliance reacts to the steps taken.
䡲 Indicates a list.
Denotes useful tips for the user.
Validity
The model number corresponds to the first three digits on the identification
plate. These operating instructions apply to the following models:
Type
CS-NZ
CS-NZ
Model no.
795
796
Size system
55-600 / 55-762
60-600 / 60-762
Variations depending on the model are noted in the text.
© V-ZUG Ltd, CH-6301 Zug, 2010
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Contents
Safety precautions
Before using for the first time
Correct use . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Children in the home . . . . . .
Note on use . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Appliance description
Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating and display elements
Cooking space . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Operating the appliance
Using for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Example . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Filling the water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the operating mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the operating mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the cooking space temperature . . . . . . . . .
Checking / Changing the cooking space temperature
Switching off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Emptying the water tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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User settings
Childproof lock .
Time display . . .
Acoustic signal .
Illumination . . . .
Water hardness
Temperature unit
Time format . . .
Factory settings
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Time functions
Setting / Changing the time
Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating time . . . . . . . . . .
Delayed start . . . . . . . . . . .
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… Contents
Operating modes
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Fast heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Tips on settings
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Optimal use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Cooking/Baking tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Tips and tricks
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Saving energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Care and maintenance
Cleaning the exterior . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the appliance door . . .
Removing the shelf guides . . . .
Replacing the door seal . . . . . .
Cleaning the accessories . . . . .
Cleaning the cooking space
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Descaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing a defective light bulb
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Trouble-shooting
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What to do if … . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
After a power failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Accessories and spare parts
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Technical data
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Disposal
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Notes
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Index
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Repair service
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Quick instructions
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Safety precautions
The appliance corresponds to recognised technology standards
and the relevant safety regulations. Proper use of the appliance is
however essential to avoid damage and accidents. Please therefore follow the precautions given in these operating instructions.
In accordance with the requirements of IEC 60335-1:
䡲 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 supervised or unless they have been given instruction
concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their
safety.
Before using for the first time
䡲 The appliance must be installed and connected up to the power supply in
accordance with the separate installation instructions. The necessary work
should be done by a qualified fitter or electrician.
䡲 Dispose of the packaging material in accordance with local regulations.
䡲 Before using the newly installed appliance for the first time, please follow
the advice in the 'Using for the first time' section.
䡲 Make the desired user settings.
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… Safety precautions
Correct use
䡲 The appliance is designed for use in the home for preparing food. Under
no circumstances flambé or cook food using a lot of fat in the cooking
space! No liability is assumed for any damage caused by improper or incorrect use.
䡲 Never use the appliance to dry animals, textiles or paper!
䡲 Not to be used as a room heater or humidifier.
䡲 The appliance should only be installed and operated in a room with an am-
bient temperature of between 5 °C and 35 °C. In the event of frost, there
is a danger that residual water left in the pumps can freeze, causing
damage.
䡲 Any repairs, modifications or manipulations to the appliance, especially
any electrically live parts, should only be carried out by the manufacturer,
its Customer Services or similarly qualified persons. Repairs if carried out
incorrectly may cause serious injury, damage to the appliance and fittings,
as well as affect the functioning of the appliance. If the appliance is not
working properly or in case of a repair order, follow the instructions given
in the 'Repair service' section. Please contact Customer Services if
necessary.
䡲 Only original spare parts may be used.
䡲 Retain these operating instructions for future reference. If you sell the ap-
pliance or pass it on to a third party, please ensure these operating instructions accompany the appliance, together with the instructions on
installation. In this way, the new owner can inform themselves about how
to use the appliance correctly and read the pertinent safety precautions.
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… Safety precautions
Children in the home
䡲 Packaging material, e.g. plastic and polystyrene, can be dangerous for
children. Danger of suffocation! Please keep packaging material away from
children.
䡲 The appliance is designed for use by adults who are familiar with these
operating instructions. Children are often unable to recognise the danger
of electrical appliances. Ensure proper supervision and do not allow
children to play with the appliance – there is a danger that children can
hurt themselves.
䡲 Use the childproof locking facility.
Note on use
䡲 If the appliance is visibly damaged, do not use it. Contact our Customer
Services.
䡲 If the appliance is not operating property, disconnect it from the power sup-
ply immediately.
䡲 Ensure the mains cables of other electrical appliances do not get caught
in the door of the appliance as the electrical cable insulation could get
damaged.
䡲 If the mains cable of the appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by Cus-
tomer Services in order to avoid hazard.
䡲 Ensure there are no foreign bodies or pets in the cooking space before
closing the appliance door.
䡲 Objects that could pose a danger if the appliance were accidentally
switched on should not be stored in the cooking space. Do not store food
or any temperature-sensitive or inflammable materials, e.g. cleaning
agents, oven sprays, etc., in the cooking space or appliance drawer.
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… Safety precautions
Caution: Burns hazard!
䡲 The appliance gets very hot when in use.
䡲 Heat is produced during cooking and baking. The appliance door,
especially the glass, gets hot. Burns hazard – do not touch. Keep children
away!
䡲 Steam and water droplets may escape from the cooking space when the
appliance door is opened. Do not put your hands into the cooking space
if there is steam in it!
䡲 The appliance remains hot for some time after being switched off and cools
down only slowly to room temperature. Please allow sufficient time for the
appliance to cool down before, for instance, cleaning it.
䡲 Overheated fat and oil can easily catch fire. Heating oil in the cooking
space to sear meat is dangerous and should not be done. Never try to
extinguish burning oil or fat with water – danger of explosion!
Smother the flames with a fire blanket and keep all doors and windows
closed.
䡲 Do not pour spirits (e.g. brandy, whisky, schnapps, etc.) over hot food –
danger of explosion!
䡲 Do not leave the appliance unsupervised when drying herbs, bread, mush-
rooms, etc. If the foodstuff dries out too much, this can pose a fire hazard.
䡲 If you notice smoke possibly coming from the appliance itself or from
inside the cooking space, keep the appliance door closed. Disconnect the
appliance from the power supply.
䡲 Accessories get hot in the cooking space. Always wear protective gloves
or use oven cloths.
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… Safety precautions
Caution: Danger of injury!
䡲 Be careful not to put fingers in the door hinges, there is otherwise a risk of
injury if the appliance door is moved. Particular care should be taken when
children are around.
䡲 Only leave the appliance door open in the at-rest position. An open
appliance door poses a danger of tripping or injury! Do not sit or rest on
the appliance door or use it as a storage surface.
How to avoid damaging the appliance
䡲 Close the appliance door carefully.
䡲 Do not place baking tins, moulds, cooking trays, etc. directly on the floor
of the cooking space.
䡲 Do not place any protective insert or aluminium foil on the floor of the cook-
ing space as this can damage the appliance.
䡲 Do not use knives or cutting wheels on the stainless steel tray, enamelled
baking trays, in cooking utensils and on the steam insert. This will visibly
damage them.
䡲 Do not use the original baking tray for steaming.
䡲 Do not use objects that can rust in the cooking space.
䡲 To prevent corrosion, allow the cooking space to dry and leave the appli-
ance door open in the at-rest position until the cooking space has cooled
down.
䡲 When cleaning the appliance make sure no water gets inside it. Use a mod-
erately damp cloth. Do not spray the inside or outside of the appliance with
water. Do not use a steam cleaner. If water gets inside the appliance it can
cause damage.
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Appliance description
Construction
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2
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4
5
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2
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4
5
6
Operating and display elements
Door in front of water tank (incl. instruction messages)
Ventilation opening
Door handle
Appliance door
Appliance drawer *
* Depending on the model
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… Appliance description
Operating and display elements
Buttons
Illumination
Timer
Cooking space temperature
Time, operating time,
switch-off time
Operating mode
Off
Adjusting knob
Displays
Temperature
Time, operating time, switch-off time, timer, etc.
Symbols
Cooking space temperature
Switch-off time
Timer
Time
Operating time
Operating modes
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… Appliance description
Cooking space
Do not place any protective insert or aluminium foil on the floor of
the cooking space.
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5
4
5
3
4
3
10
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1
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
Appliance door
Door seal
Hot air fan
Knurled nut
Illumination
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7
8
9
10
Cooking space ventilation
Cooking space temperature sensor
Top heat element guard
Top heat
Levels (labelled)
The bottom heat element is beneath the cooking space floor.
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… Appliance description
Accessories
The baking trays and wire shelves are inserted into the oven between the two
rails of a shelf runner.
The wire shelves have non-tip safety notches which prevent them being pulled
right out when they only need to be partially pulled out. The wire shelves can
then only be taken out of the oven by raising them upwards and then pulling
them out.
Do not use knives or cutting wheels on the stainless steel tray,
enamelled baking trays, in cooking utensils and on the steam insert. This causes visible damage.
Original baking tray
䡲 Serves as a baking tray for flans and biscuits.
䡲 If not fully covered by the baking, the shape of the
original baking tray can become distorted during
baking. This is normal. As it cools down, it will go
back to its original form.
A
Always push the «sloped» side 1 of the original baking tray right to the back of the cooking space.
䡲 Not suitable for use in the
1
+
A
,
,
and
operating modes.
The original baking tray is to be used the normal way
round – not upside down.
Wire shelf
䡲 For standing roasting and baking tins on.
䡲 For standing meat, frozen pizza, etc. on.
a
b
䡲 Push the wire shelf in with the shorter side b to the
back wall of the cooking space.
䡲 Serves as a cooling rack for pastries and biscuits,
etc.
For preparing frozen bread rolls and quiche.
A
Cover the wire shelf with baking paper or use a round baking tray.
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… Appliance description
Water tank
A
Only fill with fresh, cold drinking water.
䡲 Do not use demineralised (filtered) or distilled water.
The following accessories are not included in the scope of delivery.
Stainless steel tray
䡲 Serves as a baking tin for aperitif nibbles and bread.
䡲 Use together with the wire shelf or the perforated
stainless steel tray as a drip tray.
䡲 If not fully covered by the baking, the shape of the
stainless steel tray can become distorted during
baking. This is normal. As it cools down, the stainless steel tray will go back to its original form.
䡲 Not suitable for use with the
and
operating
modes.
A
The stainless steel tray is to be used the normal way
round – not upside down.
Perforated stainless steel tray
䡲 For cooking fresh or frozen vegetables, meat and
fish.
䡲 For standing ramekins, preserving jars, etc. on.
䡲 For extracting juice from berries, fruit, etc.
䡲 Not suitable for use with the
and
operating
modes.
A
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For steaming, place the stainless steel tray underneath the perforated stainless steel tray to catch any food spills or condensate.
… Appliance description
Round TopClean baking tray
䡲 Baking tray for flans and quiches.
䡲 Not suitable for use with the
+
,
,
and
operating modes.
Available in 3 different sizes.
Terrine mould with lid
䡲 For preparing vegetable, fish and meat terrines.
䡲 For preparing ice cream, parfait, pudding and other
sweets.
Available in 2 different designs.
Porcelain dish
䡲 For preparing various dishes such as lasagne,
potato gratin, etc.
䡲 For steaming and keeping food warm.
Available in 3 different sizes.
Stainless steel steam insert
䡲 For the steaming of vegetables, potatoes, etc. in
combination with a porcelain dish.
Available in 3 different sizes.
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… Appliance description
Unperforated cooking tray
䡲 For cooking meat, fish, sauerkraut, rice, millet, cere-
al products, soaked pulses, chickpeas, etc.
Available in different sizes and depths.
Perforated cooking tray
䡲 For cooking fresh or frozen vegetables, meat and
fish.
Available in different sizes and depths.
Roller runner
䡲 For safely pulling out one or more baking trays /
wire shelves in order, for instance, to baste a joint of
meat or to take out a baking tin.
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Operating the appliance
The operating mode, the cooking space temperature, the operating time, the
switch-off time and various other functions can be selected by pressing the
appropriate button once or more.
䡲 The symbol for the function selected illuminates or flashes.
䡲 A recommendation flashes in the corresponding digital display.
䡲 Turn the
adjusting knob to change the setting.
䡲 Press the
adjusting knob to confirm the setting or it will be automatically accepted after 10 seconds.
䡲 Other settings or changes can be made at any time.
䡲 Press the
button to switch off the appliance.
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… Operating the appliance
Using for the first time
Before using the newly installed appliance for the first time, the following
measures should be taken:
A
Remove all packaging and transport materials from the cooking space.
A
When
flashes in the right digital display, turn the
knob to set the time.
adjusting
Press the
adjusting knob to switch between hours and minutes.
Turn it to set the hours and minutes.
Press the
adjusting knob to confirm the setting or it will be automatically accepted after 10 seconds.
A
Clean the cooking space and the accessories.
A
If necessary, adjust the water hardness in the user settings.
A
Heat the empty cooking space (i.e. without the wire shelves, baking trays,
etc.) using the
operating mode for about 30 minutes at 210 °C.
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… Operating the appliance
Example
Burns hazard from heat produced during cooking and baking! Use
protective gloves or oven cloths. Keep children away.
The symbols are explained in 'Tips on settings'.
The tables in 'Tips on settings' give:
˚C
Bread
200–210
no
Mins.
2
40–50
A
Put the baking tin on the wire shelf at level 2 in the cold cooking space.
A
Next steps are described on the following pages.
Filling the water tank
Only fill the water tank with fresh, cold drinking water. Do not use
demineralised (filtered) or distilled water.
A
Fill the water tank up to the «1.25» «Litre» mark with fresh, cold drinking
water and slot into position in the water tank compartment.
䡲 For the
,
,
and
+
operating modes, the filled water tank
must be in position in the water tank compartment.
䡲 For the
,
,
and
+
, the water tank can be left in the water
tank compartment without the cooking results being affected.
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… Operating the appliance
Refilling the water tank
The contents of the water tank normally suffice for one cooking session.
If, however, the water tank needs to be refilled:
A
Do not fill the water tank with more than 0.5 l water to ensure that it does
not overflow when the water is pumped back.
Selecting the operating mode
A
Select the
operating mode.
– The recommended temperature flashes in the left digital display.
– The
and
symbols flash.
The recommended temperature corresponds to the temperature during the hot air phase. The temperature during the steam phase is
preset.
Changing the operating mode
The operating mode selected cannot be changed during operation.
A
Press the
button.
– The operating mode selected is ended.
A
Press the
button to select a new operating mode.
Selecting the cooking space temperature
A
Turn the
temperature.
A
Press the
adjusting knob to set the desired cooking space
adjusting knob to confirm.
For the
,
,
,
+
and
+
operating modes, a
single acoustic signal is emitted when the set cooking space temperature is reached.
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… Operating the appliance
Checking / Changing the cooking space temperature
A
Press the
button.
– The set cooking space temperature flashes in the left digital display.
– The
Turn the
symbol flashes.
adjusting knob to change the cooking space temperature.
Switching off
A
Press the
– The
button.
and
symbols go out.
– For all operating modes that use steam, steam can be released at the
end of the cooking process.
– The steam is gradually released from the cooking space into the atmosphere – this takes around 1 minute – so that there is no sudden rush of
steam when the appliance door is opened.
– The cooling fan can continue to run.
When the symbols are no longer illuminated, the appliance is off.
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… Operating the appliance
Removing the cooked food from the cooking space
Hot steam or hot air may escape from the cooking space when the
appliance door is opened. Scalding hazard!
Accessories such as the wire shelf, baking tray, etc. will be hot.
Burns hazard! Use protective gloves or oven cloths.
A
Take the bread loaf out of the cooking space when ready.
A
Place it on the wire shelf and allow to cool down.
A
Any condensate or food in the cooking space must – after each cooking
session with steam – be dried completely or removed.
A
To prevent corrosion, leave the appliance door open in the at-rest position
until the cooking space has cooled down.
Emptying the water tank
The water in the water tank can be hot. Scalding hazard!
When the appliance is switched off, the residual water is pumped back into
the water tank.
A
When the water has been pumped back, remove, empty and then dry the
water tank.
If
flashes in the digital display, then the temperature of the residual water is still over 80 °C. For safety reasons, the residual water
is not pumped back until its temperature drops below 80 °C.
Any operating mode can be started again at any time.
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User settings
You can adjust the settings.
A
With the appliance switched off, hold the
for 5 seconds.
–
A
adjusting knob depressed
appears in the digital display.
Press the
–
adjusting knob to confirm.
appears in the digital display for «Childproof locke off».
A
Turn the
A
Press the
– E.g.
adjusting knob to select setting.
adjusting knob to confirm.
flashes in the digital display for «Time display visible».
A
Turn the
adjusting knob to change the digital display to
«Time display invisible».
A
Press the
A
The setting is terminated by pressing the button
for
adjusting knob to confirm the setting.
.
The settings are retained in the event of a power failure.
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… User settings
Possible settings
Childproof lock
off *
on
Time display
visible *
invisible
Acoustic signal
high *
low
off
Illumination
automatically with door *
via button only
36–50 ˚fH *
Water hardness
16–35 ˚fH
1–15 ˚fH
Temperature unit
˚C *
˚F
Time format
24 h *
12 h
Factory settings
no change
restore
* Factory setting
24
… User settings
Childproof lock
The childproof lock is to prevent the appliance being inadvertently switched
on.
If an attempt is made to select an operating mode:
– A double acoustic signal is emitted.
– Nothing happens when the button is pressed.
–
appears in the digital display.
Operating the appliance when the childproof lock is activated
A
Simultaneously press the
button and select an operating mode.
– The childproof lock is overridden. The appliance can be operated as
normal.
– The childproof lock is automatically reactivated 10 minutes after the
appliance has been switched off.
The
/
and
buttons can be used irrespective of whether the
childproof lock is activated or not.
25
… User settings
Time display
If the «invisible» setting is selected, the displays are not illuminated when the
appliance is off, minimizing power consumption. The time is displayed when
the appliance is on.
To reduce power consumption to an absolute minimum, select
«Time display invisible». Despite automatic energy-saving stand-by, all
safety functions are active. All displays go out when the cooking
process has been completed.
Acoustic signal
The acoustic signal can be set at one of two levels of loudness or can be
switched off:
䡲 High
䡲 Low
䡲 Off
Maximum loudness
Reduced loudness
Acoustic signal is switched off
Even if the acoustic signal setting is set to «off», an acoustic signal is
emitted in the event of a malfunction.
Illumination
With the «automatically with door» setting, the illumination automatically
comes on when the appliance door is opened and goes off again when it is
closed.
Press the
button to switch the illumination on or off at any time.
If the illumination is not switched off by pressing the
button, it will
go off automatically 30 minutes after use.
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… User settings
Water hardness
The appliance features a system that automatically indicates when it is time
to descale. The system can be optimised for households with soft water (also
through using a water softening appliance) and medium water hardness by
changing the user settings to the relevant range of water hardness.
There are three settings for water hardness:
Water hardness
[°fH]
Water hardness
[°dH]
Water hardness
[°eH]
1 to 15
1 to 8
1 to 11
䡲 Medium
16 to 35
9 to 20
12 to 25
䡲 Hard
36 to 50
21 to 28
26 to 35
Type
䡲 Soft
Temperature unit
For temperature unit, select between «°C» and «°F»:
䡲 °C
䡲 °F
Degrees Celsius
Degrees Fahrenheit
Time format
Select the «24 h» setting to activate the European time format and the «12 h»
setting for the US time format (a.m. / p.m.).
Factory settings
If one or more user settings have been changed, these can be reset to the
factory settings.
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Time functions
The following time functions are available:
䡲 Time
䡲 Timer – can be used at any time and independently of all other functions
䡲 Operating time – time-controlled switch-off of the appliance
䡲 Delayed start – time-controlled switch-on and switch-off of the appliance
When the appliance is switched off, the time display is dimmed
between 24:00 and 6:00.
If the
time format has been selected, the display is not
dimmed.
Setting / Changing the time
The time cannot be changed if the appliance is in operation or if a delayed start has been set.
A
Press the
button.
– The hour flashes in the right digital display.
– The
A
Turn the
A
Press the
symbol flashes.
adjusting knob to set the hour.
button or the
adjusting knob.
– The minutes flash in the right digital display.
– The
A
Turn the
symbol flashes.
adjusting knob to set the minutes.
Press the
adjusting knob to confirm the setting or it will be automatically
accepted after 10 seconds.
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… Time functions
Timer
The timer functions like an egg timer. It can be used at any time and independently of all other functions.
Setting
A
Press the
–
flashes in the right digital display.
– The
A
button.
symbol flashes.
Turn the
adjusting knob to set the timer duration.
The timer can be set for:
䡲 up to 10 minutes in 10-second intervals, e.g.
= 9 minutes and
50 seconds.
䡲 over 10 minutes in 1-minute intervals, e.g.
= 1 hour and
12 minutes.
The maximum timer duration that can be set is 9 hours and 59 minutes.
Press the
A
Press the
button 1× to reset the timer duration to
.
adjusting knob to start the timer.
– The countdown to the time remaining is visible in the right digital display.
– The
symbol illuminates.
When the set duration is up:
– A sequence of 5 short acoustic signals is repeated for 1 minute.
– The
A
Press the
symbol flashes.
button to switch off the acoustic signal.
Checking / Changing
A
Press the
button.
– The countdown to the time remaining flashes in the right digital display.
– The
Turn the
symbol flashes.
adjusting knob to change the timer duration.
29
… Time functions
Switching off before time
A
Press the
–
– The
A
button 2×.
flashes in the right digital display.
symbol flashes.
Press the
adjusting knob to confirm.
Operating time
The operating mode selected automatically switches off when the operating
time is up.
Setting
A
Select the desired operating mode and cooking space temperature.
A
Preheat the cooking space if necessary.
A
Place the food in the cooking space.
A
Press the
–
– The
A
Turn the
A
Press the
button.
flashes in the right digital display.
symbol flashes.
adjusting knob to set the duration (maximum of
adjusting knob to confirm.
Checking / Changing
A
Press the
button.
– The time remaining flashes in the right digital display.
– The
Turn the
symbol flashes.
adjusting knob to change the duration.
Switching off before time
A
30
Press the
button.
).
… Time functions
End of the operating time
– The operating mode selected automatically switches off when the operating time is up.
– A long, intermittent acoustic signal is emitted for 1 minute.
– The cooking space temperature appears in the left digital display.
– The
symbol flashes.
– The settings remain for 3 minutes.
Extending the operating time
A
Turn the
A
Press the
adjusting knob within 3 minutes to select a new duration.
adjusting knob to confirm.
Switching off
A
Press the
button.
– The settings are cleared.
– The residual heat appears in the left digital display.
Delayed start
The delayed start is activated when for the operating mode selected both an
operating time and a switch-off time are set. The appliance switches automatically on and off again at the desired times.
Perishables should not be kept unrefrigerated.
A
Place the food in the cooking space.
A
Select the desired operating mode and cooking space temperature.
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… Time functions
Setting the operating time
A
Press the
–
– The
A
button.
flashes in the right digital display.
symbol flashes.
Turn the
adjusting knob to set the duration (maximum of
).
Setting the switch-off time
A
Press the
–
, for instance, flashes in the right digital display - switch-off time without a delayed start.
– The
A
button again.
symbol flashes.
Turn the
adjusting knob to set the switch-off time.
The switch-off time can be delayed by a maximum of 23 hours and
59 minutes. If the
time format has been selected, the switchoff time can be delayed by a maximum of 11 hours and 59 minutes.
A
Press the
adjusting knob to confirm.
– The time appears in the right digital display.
– The
symbol illuminates.
– The operating mode selected remains switched off until the automatic
start.
Example: A Select the
operating mode and 180 °C.
A
At 8:00, set an operating time of 1 hour and 15 minutes.
A
Set the switch-off time to 11:30.
– The appliance automatically switches on at 10:15 and off
again at 11:30.
32
… Time functions
Checking and changing
A
Press the
button 1×.
– The operating time is visible for 3 seconds.
A
Press the
button 2×.
– The switch-off time flashes. It can be changed.
The operating time, the operating mode and the cooking space
temperature cannot be changed.
Switching off before time
A
Press the
button.
End of the operating time
– The operating mode selected automatically switches off when the operating time is up.
– A long, intermittent acoustic signal is emitted for 1 minute.
– The cooking space temperature appears in the left digital display.
– The
symbol flashes.
– The settings remain for 3 minutes.
Extending the operating time
A
Turn the
A
Press the
adjusting knob within 3 minutes to select a new duration.
adjusting knob to confirm.
Switching off
A
Press the
button.
– The settings are cleared.
– The residual heat appears in the left digital display.
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Operating modes
A
Follow the advice in 'Tips on settings' and in 'Tips and tricks'.
A
Press the
button once or more to select the desired operating mode.
Temperature
range
Recommended
temperature
Level
Steaming
30–100 °C
100 °C
1–5
Top / Bottom heat
30–230 °C
200 °C
2
Hot air
30–230 °C
180 °C
2
2+4
Regenerating
100–150 °C
120 °C
1–5
Operating mode
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Symbol
… Operating modes
A
Place tins, moulds, etc. on the wire shelf.
A
Always push the «sloped» side of the original baking tray right to the back
of the cooking space.
Use
Cooking vegetables,
rice, cereal products, pulses
and egg dishes.
Poaching meat, poultry and fish.
Extracting juice from fruit
and berries.
Making yogurt and preserves.
Place the stainless steel tray
underneath the perforated
stainless steel tray.
Heating method
The cooking space is heated
simultaneously by steam and
hot air.
The food is heated up or
cooked by steaming.
For cakes, biscuits, bread
and roasts.
The cooking space is heated by the
Use a dark enamelled tray or a top and bottom heating elements.
black tray or tin for crispy results.
For cakes, biscuits, bread and
roasts on 1 or 2 levels.
Select a lower temperature
(reduced by approximately 20°C)
than for
.
A heating element behind the
back wall of the cooking space
heats up the air inside the
cooking space and which
is circulated evenly.
Reheating pre-cooked food,
frozen and convenience products
and ready meals.
Simultaneously regenerating food
on several levels.
The cooking space is heated by
steam and hot air.
The food is reheated
gently without drying it out.
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… Operating modes
Temperature
range
Recommended
temperature
Level
Professional baking
100–230 °C
210 °C
2
2+4
PizzaPlus
30–230 °C
200 °C
2
Operating mode
Symbol
Hot air humid
+
30–230 °C
180 °C
2
2+4
Hot air + steaming
+
30–230 °C
180 °C
2
2+4
36
… Operating modes
Use
Heating method
Bread, yeast pastries,
puff pastries (fresh or frozen)
on 1 or 2 levels.
Put the food in the
cold cooking space.
The cooking space is heated in a
first phase by steam and
is automatically followed in
a second phase by hot air.
For pizza, flans and quiches.
Use a dark enamelled tray or a
black tray or tin for crispy results.
The cooking space is heated by hot
air and bottom heat.
The base of the food will be
baked particularly intensively.
For gratins, baked dishes,
bread and yeast pastries
on 1 or 2 levels.
A heating element behind the back
wall of the cooking space heats up
the air inside the cooking space
and which is circulated evenly. The
steam produced is largely retained
in the cooking space ensuring the
food retains its moisture.
For gratins, baked dishes, meat,
frozen products, chestnuts,
puff pastries, yeast pastries,
bread and convenience foods
on 1 or 2 levels.
Press the
button to
activate / deactivate steam.
symbol is illuminated
The
when steam is activated.
A heating element behind the back
wall of the cooking space heats up
the air inside the cooking space
and which is circulated evenly.
To improve the energy transfer to
the food, activate steam.
Steam over 100 °C is not visible.
37
… Operating modes
Fast heating
Fast heating can be used to shorten the preheating time. Fast heating can be
used with the
/
/
or
+
operating modes.
A
Select the desired operating mode and cooking space temperature.
A
Hold the
adjusting knob depressed for 2 seconds.
– A single acoustic signal is emitted.
–
flashes in the left digital display.
A single acoustic signal is emitted when the set cooking space temperature
is reached.
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Tips on settings
Symbols used
Operating mode
Cooking space temperature
˚C
Preheating until the cooking space temperature is reached
Level
mins.
Duration in minutes
hrs.
Duration in hours
Accessories
Optimal use
The recommended cooking space temperatures given in older recipe books
are likely to be too high and the recommended shelf levels in the cooking
space not ideal. The following tables show how to get the best use out of the
appliance.
For optimal results when baking with hot air
on different levels,
A
or hot air humid
+
use a dark enamelled baking tray.
39
… Tips on settings
Cooking/Baking tables
A
Always push the «sloped» side of the original baking tray right to the back
of the cooking space.
Vegetables (fresh)
A
Put the food to be cooked in suitable cookware and then place on the wire
shelf in the cold cooking space.
˚C
Leaf spinach
100
no
Beans,
Whole cauliflower
100
no
Cauliflower florets
100
no
Broccoli
100
no
Chicory
100
no
Dried string beans, soaked
100
no
Fennel, chopped
100
no
White cabbage, chopped
100
no
Carrots, chopped
100
no
Mange-tout
100
no
Kohlrabi, chopped
100
no
Swiss chard, mangold
100
no
Corn on the cob
100
no
Sweet pepper
100
no
Beetroot
100
no
Brussels sprouts
100
no
Sauerkraut, raw
100
no
Sauerkraut, precooked
100
no
Scorzonera (black salsify)
100
no
Celery, chopped
100
no
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… Tips on settings
mins.
2
5–10
2
30–40
2
15–20
2
10–15
2
20–25
2
35–45
2
15–20
2
20–30
2
10–20
2
10–20
2
15–25
2
10–20
2
30–45
2
8–13
2
30–90
2
25–30
2
40–70
2
20–30
2
25–35
2
10–20
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… Tips on settings
˚C
Green asparagus
100
no
White asparagus
100
no
Celery stalks
100
no
Tomatoes
100
no
Skinning tomatoes
100
yes
Jerusalem artichoke
100
no
Zucchetti, chopped
100
no
Potatoes
˚C
Potatoes, chopped
Sweet potatoes,
Whole potatoes
Potato wedges,
Country potatoes
Baked potatoes
100
no
100
no
+
230
no
+
230
no
Accompaniments
˚C
Rice + liquid
100
no
Risotto + liquid
100
no
Maize semolina (polenta) + liquid
100
no
Semolina + liquid
100
no
Lentils + liquid
100
no
Ebly wheat + liquid
100
no
Millet + liquid
100
no
Chickpeas, soaked + liquid
100
no
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… Tips on settings
mins.
2
13–17
2
20–25
2
20–25
2
8–12
2
5–10
2
15–35
2
8–12
mins.
2
15–25
2
30–45
2
20–30
2
30–50
mins.
2
20–40
2
30–40
2
30–40
2
10–15
2
15–60
2
20–30
2
20–40
2
20–40
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… Tips on settings
Meat
˚C
Stewing meat
100
no
Ham
100
no
Smoked pork loin
100
no
Saucisson, Geschnetzeltes (chopped meat in a sauce)
100
no
Bacon
100
no
Fillet (of beef, veal, pork)
100
no
Roast beef, sirloin of beef
+
200–210
yes
Shoulder of beef
+
190–200
yes
Shoulder of veal
+
200–210
yes
Shoulder of pork
+
180–200
yes
Leg of lamb
+
210–220
yes
Meat loaf
+
190–210
yes
160–170
yes
200–210
no
+
180–200
no
+
160–180
no
Fleischkäse (specialty meat loaf)
Fillet in puff pastry
Ragout, goulash
Low temperature cooking
˚C
Fillet of beef
80–90
no
Roast beef
80–90
no
Middle loin of pork
90–100
no
44
… Tips on settings
mins.
2
60–90
2
60–90
2
45–60
2
30–45
2
20–30
2
20–30
2
40–50
2
60–75
2
60–75
2
60–90
2
60–90
2
50–70
2
45–60
2
30–45
2
25–40
2
45–60
hrs.
2
2–3
2
2½–3½
2
3–4
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… Tips on settings
Poultry
˚C
Whole chicken
Chicken breast
Chicken leg
Poultry terrine
220–230
yes
100
no
+
210–220
yes
+
220–230
yes
90
no
Fish and sea food
˚C
80
no
200–210
yes
80
no
180–210
no
Tuna
100
no
Mussels
100
no
Fish terrine
100
no
Fillet of fish
Whole fish (trout, gilthead seabream, etc.)
Desserts
˚C
Crème caramel
90
no
Creams and custards
90
no
Compote (apple, plum, quince, etc.)
100
no
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… Tips on settings
mins.
2
50–60
2
10–20
2
8–12
2
20–30
2
15–30
mins.
2
10–20
2
15–20
2
20–30
2
15–25
2
10–30
2
20–30
2
15–30
2
20–40
2
20–60
2
10–15
mins.
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… Tips on settings
Joghurt
˚C
Creamy joghurt
40
no
Set joghurt
40
no
Cakes
˚C
Gugelhupf (ring cake e.g. chocolate, carrot, nut, marbled)
170–190
yes
Torte (chocolate, carrot, nut, etc.)
170–190
yes
Whisked sponge cake
180–190
yes
Roulade / Swiss roll
170–180
yes
Linzertorte
170–180
yes
Short crust pastry case, baked blind
150–160
yes
Fruit tart with short crust pastry
170–180
yes
190–210
no
180–200
yes
170–180
yes
190–200
yes
180–190
yes
Apple strudel
190–210
yes
Cake topped with meringue
130–140
yes
Japonaise base
140–160
yes
Raisin bread, yeast ring, hazelnut plait
Luzerner Lebkuchen (gingerbread)
Cake baked on a baking sheet
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… Tips on settings
hrs.
2
5–6
2
7–8
mins.
2
50–70
2
30–50
2
30–40
2
2+4
8–12
2
40–50
2
20–25
2
40–50
2
35–40
2
25–35
2
50–60
2
25–35
2+4
25–35
2
30–40
2
25–35
2
25–35
or
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… Tips on settings
Savouries and biscuits
˚C
200–220
no
200–210
yes
200–210
no
190–210
yes
200–210
no
190–210
yes
Eclairs, profiteroles
160–170
yes
Macaroons
170–180
yes
Brunsli (chocolate almond spice cookies),
Zimtsterne (cinnamon star cookies
180–190
yes
170–180
yes
170–180
yes
170–180
yes
170–180
yes
130–140
yes
130–140
yes
80–90
no
Bruschetta, garlic bread
210–230
yes
Ham and pineapple toastie
200–220
yes
Aperitif nibbles
Puff pastries with a filling (ham, nut, etc.)
Yeast pastries
Mailänderli (butter biscuits), Spitzbuben (jam biscuits)
Basler Leckerli (honey almond spice cookies)
Chräbeli (aniseed biscuits)
Meringues *
* After baking, allow to dry over night
50
… Tips on settings
mins.
2+4
15–20
2
12–17
2+4
20–30
2
15–25
2
15–25
2
20–30
2
2+4
20–30
2
10–20
2
8–12
2+4
5–15
2
12–17
2+4
10–15
2
15–20
2
20–30
2+4
20–30
2
2+4
80–100
2
5–10
2
15–20
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… Tips on settings
Flans and pizzas
˚C
Fruit flan
Pizza (fresh)
Pizza (frozen) *
Savoury flan (cheese, vegetable, onion)
–
210
yes
180
yes
190–200
yes
–
–
180–200
yes
* According to the manufacturer’s instructions
Bread and plaited bread
˚C
200–210
no
200 –210
yes
210–220
no
200–220
yes
180–190
no
190–200
yes
190 –200
no
Bread
Bread rolls
Plaited bread
Yeast ring
52
… Tips on settings
mins.
2
35–45
2+4
40–50
2
20–30
–
–
2
30–45
or
mins.
2
40–50
2
30–45
2
2+4
25–35
2
20–30
2
2+4
30–40
2
30–35
2
30–40
53
… Tips on settings
Baked dishes and gratins
˚C
Baked dish, sweet
+
180–200
no
Gratin (vegetable, fish, potato)
+
180–190
no
Lasagne, moussaka
180–200
yes
Gratinated vegetables
200–220
yes
Reheating
A
Put the food into the cold cooking space.
˚C
Reheating meals (1-2 plates)
120
no
Reheating meals (3-4 plates)
120
no
–
–
Preparing ready meals *
–
* According to the manufacturer’s instructions
Defrosting
˚C
Bread
140–150
no
Defrosting spätzli (egg noodles), pasta, rice
120–130
no
–
–
50
no
Vegetables *
Meat, poultry, fish
* According to the manufacturer’s instructions
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–
… Tips on settings
mins.
2
20–30
2
30–40
2
30–40
2
10–15
mins.
2+4
8–10
2+4
10–12
–
–
mins.
2
ca. 20
2
ca. 20
–
–
2
Depending
on quantity
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… Tips on settings
Baby food
˚C
Milk in glass feeding bottles
100
no
Milk in plastic feeding bottles
100
no
Warming baby food
100
no
Sterilizing feeding bottles
˚C
Sterilizing feeding bottles
100
no
100
no
followed by
Blanching
˚C
Vegetables (beans, peas, etc.)
100
no
Extracting juice
˚C
Fruit (cherries, grapes, etc.)
100
no
Berries (blackcurrants, blackberries, elderberries, etc.)
100
no
56
… Tips on settings
mins.
2
4–5
2
5–6
2
4–10
mins.
2
10
2
2
mins.
2
ca. 5
2
30– max. 90
2
30– max. 90
mins.
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… Tips on settings
Desiccating and drying
Monitor the desiccating and drying process. Overdrying poses a
fire hazard!
˚C
Apple slices or rings
70
no
Sliced mushrooms
50–60
no
Herbs
40–50
no
Apricots
60–70
no
A
Only use undamaged, ripe fruit, fresh mushrooms and herbs.
A
Clean and chop the fruit, mushrooms or herbs into small pieces.
A
Line the original baking tray or wire shelf with baking paper, spread the
food on it and then put in the cooking space at the appropriate level.
It is only possible to use one wire shelf and two original baking trays
at the same time.
A
Wedge a wooden spoon between the operating panel and the appliance
door, leaving an approximately 2 cm gap open.
A
Turn the food at regular intervals to ensure even drying.
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… Tips on settings
hrs.
2
2+4
1+3+5
2
2+4
1+3+5
2
2+4
1+3+5
2
2+4
1+3+5
7 –8
5–8
or
3–5
14–16
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… Tips on settings
Preserving and bottling
˚C
Carrots
100
no
Cauliflower, broccoli
100
no
Beans *
100
no
Mushrooms **
100
no
Apples, pears
90
no
Apricots
90
no
Peaches
90
no
Quinces
90
no
Plums
90
no
Cherries
80
no
* Repeat process 2×, allowing the jars to cool down completely in between
time.
** The mushrooms must be precooked.
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… Tips on settings
mins.
2
90
2
90
2
60
2
75–90
2
30
2
30
2
30
2
30
2
30
2
30
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… Tips on settings
Preserving and bottling
Bottling involves preserving food in jars. Put a maximum of five jars in the
cooking space at any one time.
A
Only use undamaged jars that hold no more than 1 litre each.
A
Put the wire shelf at level 1.
A
Fill the jars evenly with the food to be preserved. Close the jars according
to the manufacturer's instructions.
A
Place the jars on the wire shelf as shown in the illustration. The jars should
not touch one another.
A
Select the
operating mode, the cooking space temperature and the duration according to the 'Tips on settings'.
A
Press the
A
Press the
button to switch off the appliance. Leave the appliance door
open in the at-rest position.
A
Leave the jars in the cooking space to cool down completely.
A
Remove the jars. Check that the jars are sealed tight.
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adjusting knob to confirm.
Tips and tricks
Steaming
䡲 When steaming, a variety of food can be cooked at the same time. For
example, rice or pulses can be prepared at the same time as vegetables
with similar cooking times, saving energy and the washing-up.
䡲 Grains (e.g. rice and millet) and pulses (e.g. lentils), adding an appropriate
amount of liquid, can be cooked directly in suitable tableware.
Food
Weight of food
Rice
Risotto
Maize semolina (polenta)
Semolina
Lentils
Ebly wheat
Millet
Chickpeas, soaked
A
100 g
100 g
100 g
100 g
100 g
100 g
100 g
100 g
Approximate amount of liquid to
be added (depending on desired
consistency)
1½ dl salted water, bouillon, etc.
2½ dl water, wine, etc.
3 dl water / milk mixture
2–3 dl water
2–3 dl water
1–1½ dl water
1½–2 dl water
½–1 dl water
Put the tableware directly on the wire shelf and put into the cooking space.
Season vegetables after steaming.
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… Tips and tricks
Warm, moist cloths
Warm, moist cloths can be a pleasant way to clean hands after a meal.
A
Spread clean, moist towelling cloths across the wire shelf.
A
Select the following settings:
˚C
80
Mins.
no
2
ca. 5
Hot air
Baking and roast
Result
Solution
䡲 The baking or roast looks A Next time, set a lower cooking space tem-
good on the outside but is
still doughy or raw on the
inside.
perature and lengthen the operating time.
Regenerating
Result
Solution
䡲 Regenerated food is
A
dried out
Next time, set a lower cooking space temperature and shorten the operating time.
䡲 Too much condensate on A Next time, set a higher cooking space tem-
or around the regenerated food.
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perature and lengthen the operating time.
… Tips and tricks
Professional baking
䡲 After shaping, allow bread, bread rolls and other yeast cakes and pastries
to proof briefly. 10 minutes is usually sufficient. Place the formed dough
into a suitable baking tin or sheet lined with baking paper and then put it
into the unheated cooking space and bake using the
operating mode.
䡲 A nice, shiny crust is formed during professional baking. Yeast pastries
and puff pastries do not need to be brushed with egg yolk or cream.
䡲 Do not open the appliance door during the steaming phase as cold air will
stream in, which will prolong the steaming phase and cause the bread to
be oversteamed. The bread will come out flatter.
䡲 For a nice, crispy crust: the smaller the item to be baked, the higher the
temperature should be during the hot air phase. The optimum baking temperature for bread buns is generally higher than for a single loaf of bread.
Hot air + steaming
+
Through the condensation of steam, the transfer of energy to the food is more
efficient than with baking with hot air. This speeds up the cooking process.
The food retains its own moisture and delicate parts do not burn so quickly.
This operating mode is particularly suitable for food with a crunchy top, e.g.
gratins, braised meat, frozen ready-made products such as spring rolls, potato products, etc.
A
Press the
– The
A
Press the
– The
button to deactivate steam.
symbol goes out.
button to activate steam.
symbol illuminates.
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… Tips and tricks
Cakes
Result
Solution
䡲 The cake collapses.
A
Check settings with those given in 'Tips on
settings'.
A
Next time, set a lower cooking space temperature and adjust the operating time.
A
Stir the cake mixture well. When finished,
bake immediately.
A
For whisked sponges, beat the egg yolks /
egg whites to a foam and then carefully fold
into the mixture. When finished, bake
immediately.
A
Follow instructions on how much baking
powder to add.
Uneven browning
Result
Solution
䡲 The baking has browned
A
Next time, set a lower cooking space temperature and adjust the operating time.
A
If using
,
,
,
+
or
+
, check that the levels used correspond to those recommended in 'Tips on
settings'.
A
Do not push baking tins or bulky foodstuff
right to the back of the cooking space.
unevenly.
䡲 The baking has come out A Check that the settings used correspond to
lighter on one baking tray
those recommended in 'Tips on settings'.
than on the other.
A Give the baking tray with the baking that is
not so brown a little longer.
Some uneven browning is normal. More even browning is generally
achieved at lower cooking space temperatures.
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… Tips and tricks
Saving energy
The
+
operating mode consumes comparatively less energy than the
operating mode.
A
Avoid opening the appliance door frequently.
A
Only switch the illumination on if needed.
A
Use the residual heat: for longer cooking times, i.e. over 30 minutes, switch
the appliance off some 5 to 10 minutes before the end of the cooking time.
Exceptions: soufflé, sponge, choux pastry and puff pastry.
A
Minimise preheating.
A
Only preheat the cooking space if the baking results depend on it.
To reduce power consumption to an absolute minimum, select
, «Time display invisible» in the user settings. Despite automatic
energy-saving stand-by, all safety functions are active. All displays go
out when the cooking process has been completed.
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Care and maintenance
Allow the appliance and accessories to cool down before cleaning.
Do not use abrasive, caustic cleaning agents or stainless steel
cleaner. Do not use abrasive scouring pads, steel wool, etc. as
such products can damage the surface.
Whilst the digital display
flashes, do not place your hands in
the water tank compartment. Scalding hazard.
Cleaning the exterior
A
Remove any soiling or excess cleaning solution immediately.
A
Clean the surface with a soft cloth dampened with water and a little
washing-up liquid – for metallic surfaces rub in the direction of the original
polish lines. Dry with a soft cloth.
A
Clean the appliance door with a soft cloth dampened with water and a little
washing-up liquid. Dry with a soft cloth.
Appliance drawer
The drawer can be removed for ease of cleaning.
A
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Pull out the drawer as far as the stopper will allow, lift slightly and remove
from the front.
… Care and maintenance
Cleaning the appliance door
A
Clean the appliance door with a soft cloth dampened with water and a little
washing-up liquid. Dry with a soft cloth.
Removing the appliance door
Exercise caution when removing and reassembling the appliance
door. It weighs approximately 9 kg. Risk of injury!
2
A
Open the appliance door as far as
it will go.
A
Fold the clips 2 on the door
hinges 1 forward.
A
Close the appliance door as far as
its at-rest position (approximately
30°).
A
3
1
30˚
Lift the appliance door forward and
out.
Reassembling the appliance door
A
From the front, push the two hinges 1 into the opening 3.
A
Open the appliance door as far as it will go and close back the clips 2.
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… Care and maintenance
Removing the shelf guides
A
Unscrew the knurled nuts 1 in the
front of the shelf guides in an anticlockwise direction.
A
Pull the shelf guides 2 somewhat to
the side of the screws and remove
from the front.
1
2
Reassembling the shelf guides
A
Insert the shelf guides into the openings in the back wall of the cooking
space and position on the screws. Place the knurled nuts on the screws
and tighten securely in a clockwise direction.
Replacing the door seal
For safety reasons, the door seal must be replaced by our Customer
Services.
Cleaning the accessories
䡲 The wire shelf and the shelf guides can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
䡲 The original baking tray can be cleaned in the dishwasher; however, this
will affect its non-stick properties.
䡲 Watermarks in the water tank can be removed using a standard descaler.
A
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If the water tank valve drips, descale it.
… Care and maintenance
Cleaning the cooking space
Do not bend the temperature sensor during cleaning.
Do not use abrasive cleaning agents. Do not use abrasive scouring
pads, steel wool, etc. as such products can damage the surface.
A
Any condensate or food in the cooking space must be dried completely or
removed after each cooking session with steam.
A
Wipe the cooking space clean while still warm to the touch using a soft
cloth dampened with water and a little washing-up liquid. Polish dry with a
soft cloth.
A
To remove dried-on soiling easier, switch the appliance on for a short
period of time (about 30 minutes) beforehand, setting it to the
operating mode and a temperature of 80 °C. This will soften the soiling.
Over time with use, the cooking space can turn a shimmering rainbow
colour or the surface can turn slightly matt. Neither the cooking or
baking properties of the appliance nor its operation is affected.
This effect can be removed using a suitable cleaning agent. Any nonabrasive, commercially available chromium steel cleaner can be
used.
A
Clean the cooking space with a suitable cleaning agent and a soft,
damp cloth. Rinse well afterwards with water and then dry.
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… Care and maintenance
Descaling
Whenever steam is produced, depending on the hardness of the local water
supply (i.e. the limescale content of the water), limescale is deposited in the
boiler.
The appliance automatically recognises when descaling is necessary.
–
flashes in the digital display.
The time interval between descaling depends on the hardness of the water
and frequency of use. If steaming 4 × 30 minutes per week, the appliance
must be descaled – depending on water hardness – roughly as follows:
Water hardness
䡲 Soft
Descale after about
18 months
䡲 Medium
9 months
䡲 Hard
6 months
Descaling takes about 45 minutes.
We recommend that the appliance be descaled whenever the warning appears in the display.
Failure to descale the appliance will likely impair the functioning of or cause
damage to the appliance.
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… Care and maintenance
Durgol swiss steamer decalcifier
The descaler contains highly effective acid. Rinse away any splashes immediately with water. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
For descaling, only use the special descaler developed for
this appliance and which is available at all good chemists.
This special descaler enables you to achieve a gentle yet
professional level of descaling.
Standard descaling solutions are not suitable as they may
contain foam-creating additives or not be effective enough.
Using a different descaler could cause:
䡲 Overfoaming in the cooking space
䡲 Insufficient descaling of the boiler
䡲 Damage to the appliance in the worst case.
Descaling
The appliance must be switched off. The appliance door must be
closed when descaling is being carried out. Burns hazard! For
safety reasons, once started the descaling process cannot be
aborted.
A
Press the
–
and
buttons simultaneously.
flashes in the digital display.
– And then
flashes in the digital display.
A
Pour the entire contents of the special descaler undiluted into the water
tank.
A
Slot the water tank into position in the water tank compartment.
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… Care and maintenance
A
Press the
–
adjusting knob to confirm.
flashes in the digital display.
– The descaling phase, which takes around 30 minutes, starts.
– Finally,
flashes in the digital display.
A
Remove the water tank, pour away the descaler and fill the tank with 1.2 l
cold water.
A
Put the water tank back.
–
appears in the digital display.
– The rinsing phase starts.
– Finally,
flashes in the digital display.
A
Remove the water tank, pour away the water and refill the tank with 1.2 l
cold water.
A
Put the water tank back again.
–
remains or
appears in the digital display.
Whether further rinsing cycles are required depends on the level of
soiling of the liquid being pumped off.
–
or
is displayed in the digital display.
A
When
tank.
– The
A
appears in the digital display, remove, empty and dry the water
message goes out and the time is visible again.
Wipe up any water in the bottom of the cooking space with a soft cloth.
For the
,
,
and
+
operating modes, after descaling
the water that is pumped back into the water tank may not be clear.
This will not affect the cooking or baking characteristics nor the quality
of the food being cooked or baked.
Replacing a defective light bulb
For safety reasons, in case of a defective light bulb please contact our
Customer Services.
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Trouble-shooting
This section lists faults that can be solved simply by following the instructions
given. If another fault is displayed or the fault cannot be remedied, please call
Customer Services.
Please note down the serial number (FN) and the error message in
full, e.g.
X X /
X X , before calling Customer Services.
What to do if …
… the appliance is not working and the displays are not illuminated
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 The fuse or circuit breaker A Change the fuse.
for electrical installations
in the home is defective.
A
Reset the circuit breaker.
䡲 The fuse or circuit breaker A Call Customer Services.
keeps blowing.
䡲 An interruption in the
A
Check the power supply.
power supply.
… the illumination is not working
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 The light bulb is defective. A For safety reasons, in case of a defective
light bulb please contact our Customer
Services.
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… Trouble-shooting
… the appliance starts making noises during operation
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 The appliance may emit
Such noise is normal. No action needed.
noise during operating
(e.g. switching and pumping noises).
… at the end of cooking, it takes some time for the water to be pumped
back
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 For safety reasons, the
If there is enough cold water in the water tank,
the boiler will be automatically filled. This will
cool down the water in the boiler.
If there is not enough cold water in the water
tank, it will take longer to cool down (this can
take up to 30 minutes). The appliance may be
used without further ado.
water in the boiler is not
pumped off until the temperature of the water
drops below 80°C.
…
flashes
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 The water tank is not in
A
position in the water tank
compartment.
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Put the water tank in.
… Trouble-shooting
…
flashes
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 The water tank is empty.
A
Fill the water tank and slot it into position in
the water tank compartment.
䡲 During descaling.
A
Water needs to be changed.
…
flashes
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 The appliance door is
A
Close the appliance door.
open.
…
flashes
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 Descale was selected,
A
Pour the contents of the special descaler
undiluted into the water tank and then slot
the water tank into the water tank
compartment.
A
Press the
but not started.
…
adjusting knob to confirm.
flashes
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 Used unsuitable descaler. A Descale again using the recommended
descaler.
䡲 Descaling was not carried A If the message does not disappear after re-
out correctly.
peating the descaling process several
times, note down the serial number (FN)
and the error message in full.
A
Call Customer Services.
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… Trouble-shooting
…
X X
and
X X
flash alternately
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 Various situations can
A
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
A
Disconnect the power supply for about
1 minute.
A
Reconnect the power supply.
A
If the error message appears again, note
down the serial number (FN) and error
message in full.
A
Disconnect the power supply.
A
Call Customer Services.
lead to an error message.
…
X X
and
X X
flash alternately
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 Interruption in the power
A
Cancel the error message by pressing the
button.
A
Disconnect the power supply for about
1 minute.
A
Reconnect the power supply.
A
If the error message appears again, note
down the serial number (FN) and error
message in full.
A
Disconnect the power supply.
A
Call Customer Services.
supply.
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… Trouble-shooting
…
X X
appears
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 Various situations can
A
means the appliance is in the descaling phase.
A
and
a rinsing phase.
lead to a «CA» message.
䡲 During descaling.
…
mean the appliance is in
appears
Possible cause
Solution
䡲 The
button was
The appliance shortly automatically changes
pressed during descaling. over to the rinsing phases.
A
If
appears, fill the water tank with
fresh water.
– The rinsing phase will continue
automatically.
In this instance, descaling was not carried out correctly. The whole
descaling process must be repeated.
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… Trouble-shooting
After a power failure
After a power failure,
A
Turn the
A
Press the
A
Turn the
A
Press the
and the
symbol flash in the digital display.
adjusting knob to set the hour.
adjusting knob to confirm.
adjusting knob to set the minutes.
adjusting knob again to confirm the time.
The user settings remain unchanged.
If a power failure occurs during descaling, it will continue automatically after the time has been reset.
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Accessories and spare parts
Please give model number and exact description when ordering parts.
Accessories
Width × Depth × Length
[mm]
Stainless steel tray
370 × 25 × 429.5
Stainless steel tray, perforated
370 × 25 × 429.5
Wire shelf *
370 × 25 × 429.5
Original baking tray *
370 × 25 × 429.5
Stainless steel tray, 1/ 3 GN
325 × 20 × 177
Cooking tray, unperforated,
1/ 3 GN
325 × 40 × 177
Cooking tray, perforated,
1/ 3 GN
325 × 40 × 177
Roller runner
Round TopClean baking tray
ø 24 cm / ø 29 cm / ø 31 cm
* Included in scope of delivery
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… Accessories and spare parts
Width × Depth × Length
[mm]
U-shape terrine mould with lid
60 × 60 × 300
V-shape terrine mould with lid
55 × 55 × 300
Porcelain dish, 1/ 3 GN
325 × 60 × 177
Porcelain dish, ½ GN
325 × 60 × 265
Porcelain dish, 2/ 3 GN
325 × 60 × 354
Stainless steel steam insert
257 × 5 × 109
252 × 5 × 197
290 × 5 × 254
Lid for water tank
The dimensions correspond to Gastronorm 1/ 3 GN, ½ GN or 2/ 3 GN.
* Included in scope of delivery
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… Accessories and spare parts
Spare parts
Shelf guide
left / right
Knurled nut
Water tank
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Technical data
External dimensions
A
See Installation Instructions
Electrical connection
A
See identification plate 1
1
Note for testing institutes
The energy efficiency class according to EN 50304 / EN 60350 is determined using the
+
and
operating modes. Placing a thermocouple between the appliance door and the seal can cause lack of leak tightness
and thus measuring errors.
The usable volume within the meaning of EN 50304 / EN 60350 is obtained
with the shelf guides disassembled.
General note
Maximum load capacity: 3 kg
Measurement of the temperature in the cooking space
The temperature of the cooking space is measured when the cooking space
is empty according to an internationally accepted standard. Own measurements may be inaccurate and are not suitable for checking the accuracy of
the temperature.
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… Technical data
Automatic energy-saving stand-by
To avoid consuming power unnecessarily, the appliance is equipped with
automatic energy-saving stand-by.
To reduce power consumption to an absolute minimum, select
, «Time display invisible». Despite automatic energy-saving
stand-by, all safety functions are active.
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Disposal
Packaging
䡲 All packaging materials (cardboard, plastic film (PE) and polystyrene
(EPS)) are marked and should, if possible, be collected for recycling and
disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.
Disconnection
䡲 Disconnect the appliance from the mains. With a fixed appliance, this is to
be carried out by a qualified electrician!
Safety
䡲 Disable the appliance to prevent accidents caused by improper use,
especially through children playing.
䡲 Pull the plug out of the mains socket or have the appliance disconnected
from the mains by a qualified electrician. Then cut off the mains cable.
Disposal
䡲 The old appliance should not be discarded as worthless rubbish. If
disposed of correctly, the raw materials can be recovered for recycling.
䡲 The
symbol on the identification plate warns that the appliance may
not be disposed of in normal household waste.
䡲 The appliance must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations
on waste disposal. For more information on the handling, disposal and
recycling of the product, please contact the local authorities, the local
recycling facilities for household waste or the retailer from whom you
purchased the appliance.
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Notes
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Index
A
Accessories ........................... 13,
Cleaning....................................
Accompaniments.........................
Acoustic signal...................... 24,
Appliance description .................
Appliance door.............................
Removing..................................
Appliance drawer.........................
Cleaning....................................
81
70
42
26
10
12
69
10
68
B
Baby food...................................... 56
Baked dish.................................... 54
Baking tables................................ 40
Baking tray, round ....................... 15
Before using for the first time...... 5
Blanching ...................................... 56
Bottling.................................... 60, 62
Bread ............................................. 52
Browning, uneven ........................ 66
Buttons........................................... 11
C
C messages.................................. 79
Cakes............................................. 48
Care................................................ 68
Childproof lock...................... 24, 25
Children in the home .................... 7
Cloths, warm and moist ............. 64
Construction ................................. 10
Cooking space
Cleaning.................................... 71
Temperature measurement ... 84
Ventilation ................................. 12
Cooking space temperature
Checking / Changing ............. 21
Selecting ................................... 20
Cooking tables ............................. 40
Cooking trays ............................... 16
88
D
Defrosting .....................................
Delayed start ................................
Descaler........................................
Descaling............................... 72,
Desiccating...................................
Desserts........................................
Disconnection ..............................
Display elements.........................
Displays.........................................
Disposal ........................................
Door seal ......................................
Replacing .................................
Drying ............................................
54
31
73
73
58
46
86
11
11
86
12
70
58
E
Electrical connection ..................
Energy
Saving .......................................
Exterior
Cleaning ...................................
External dimensions ...................
Extracting juice ............................
68
84
56
F
F / E messages...........................
Factory settings .................... 24,
Fast heating..................................
Fish ................................................
Flans ..............................................
78
27
38
46
52
84
67
G
Gratins........................................... 54
H
H messages .................................
Hot air..................................... 34,
Hot air + steaming ............... 36,
Hot air fan .....................................
Hot air humid ...............................
76
64
65
12
36
… Index
I
Identification plate ........................ 84
Illumination ..................... 12, 24, 26
Instruction messages .................. 10
J
Joghurt ........................................... 48
K
Knurled nut.................................... 12
L
Levels .............................................
Light bulb, replacing....................
Load capacity ...............................
Low temperature cooking...........
12
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84
44
M
Maintenance.................................. 68
Meat................................................ 44
Model number ................................ 2
Model type....................................... 2
O
Operating elements .....................
Operating modes .........................
Changing...................................
Operating the appliance .............
Example.....................................
Operating time..............................
Optimal use...................................
Original baking tray .....................
11
34
20
17
19
30
39
13
P
Packaging......................................
Perforated stainless steel tray ...
Pizza ...............................................
PizzaPlus........................................
Plaited bread.................................
Porcelain dish ...............................
Potatoes.........................................
Poultry ............................................
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14
52
36
52
15
42
46
Power failure.................................
Preheating.....................................
Preserving .............................. 60,
preset.............................................
Professional baking.............. 36,
80
67
62
20
65
Q
Quick instructions........................ 92
R
Refilling water tank......................
Regenerating ......................... 34,
Reheating......................................
Removing cooked food..............
Repair service ..............................
Roller runner.................................
Round baking tray.......................
20
64
54
22
91
16
15
S
Safety ............................................. 86
Safety guard ................................. 12
Safety precautions
Before using for the first time . 5
Children in the home................ 7
Correct use................................. 6
Note on use ............................... 7
Savouries and biscuits ............... 50
Sea food........................................ 46
Shelf guides.................................. 70
Spare parts ................................... 83
Stainless steel tray ...................... 14
Stand-by ........................................ 85
Steam
Activating / Deactivating........ 65
Steam insert.................................. 15
Steaming ................................ 34, 63
Sterilizing feeding bottles........... 56
Switching off ................................. 21
Switch-off time .............................. 31
Symbols.................................... 2, 11
Symbols used .............................. 39
89
… Index
T
Technical data ..............................
Temperature sensor ....................
Temperature unit................... 24,
Terrine mould ...............................
Testing institutes ..........................
Time display........................... 24,
Time format............................ 24,
Time functions ..............................
Time, setting .................................
Timer ..............................................
Tips and tricks..............................
Tips on settings............................
Top / Bottom heat .......................
Top heat ........................................
Trouble-shooting ..........................
90
84
12
27
15
84
26
27
28
28
29
63
39
34
12
75
U
U / E messages .......................... 78
User settings ................................ 23
Using for the first time................ 18
V
Validity .............................................. 2
Vegetables.................................... 40
W
Water hardness .................... 24,
Water tank ....................................
Emptying ..................................
Filling.........................................
Refilling .....................................
Wire shelf ......................................
27
14
22
19
20
13
Repair service
The 'Trouble-shooting' section will help you to carry out small repairs
yourself, saving you the time and trouble of calling out a service
engineer and the cost that goes along with it.
Whether you contact us about a malfunction or an order, please always state
the serial number (FN) and the model type of your appliance. Enter these
details below and also on the service sticker which comes with the appliance.
Stick it in a conspicuous place or in your telephone or address book.
FN
Appliance
You will also find the same details on the certificate of guarantee, the original
sales invoice and the identification plate of the appliance.
A
Open the appliance door.
– The identification plate is on the left-side panel.
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Quick instructions
Please first read the safety precautions in the operating instructions!
To set the time
A
Press the
A
Turn the
A
Press the
A
Turn the
A
Press the
button.
adjusting knob to set the hour.
button again.
adjusting knob to set the minutes.
adjusting knob to confirm.
To select the operating mode
A
Press the
A
Turn the
A
Press the
button repeatedly until the desired operating mode appears.
adjusting knob to set the cooking space temperature.
adjusting knob to confirm.
To switch off the appliance
A
Press the
button.
To set the timer
A
Press the
A
Turn the
button.
adjusting knob to set the timer duration.
V-ZUG Ltd
Industriestrasse 66, CH-6301 Zug
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