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Toaster Oven
First Use Safety Recommendation
Please read through this booklet for safe and efficient use of the appliance.
We urge you to read the "Hint's" section and also follow all detailed
instructions even if you are familiar with using this appliance.
Keep this guide handy for future reference.
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TRO2000/TRO2000R/
TRO50/TRO55/TRO60
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
While using electrical appliances, in order to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
and/or injury to persons, basic safety precautions should be followed, including the
following:
• Read all instructions carefully, even if you are familiar with the appliance.
• To protect against the risk of electric shock, DO NOT IMMERSE the appliance,
cord set or plug in water or other liquids.
• To clean, wipe the exterior with a damp cloth.
• Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used near children. Never
leave an appliance unattended when in use.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its
service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
• Switch off and remove the plug from the power outlet when not in use before
assembling or disassembling parts, cleaning or carrying out any maintenance of
the appliance. Never pull the cord while unplugging out from power outlet.
• Do not operate the appliance if its damage in any manner. Return the complete
appliance to your nearest authorized service facility for examination, electrical
repair, mechanical repair or adjustments to avoid any hazard.
• The use of attachments or accessories not recommended or sold by this
appliance manufacturer may result in fire, electric shock or personal injury.
• Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table, counter, or touch hot surfaces.
• Avoid touching hot surfaces, use handles and knobs.
• Do not operate or place any part of this appliance on or near any hot surfaces
(such as gas or electric burner or in a heated oven).
• Do not abuse the cord. Never carry the appliance by the cord or yank it to
disconnect it from the outlet; instead, grasp the plug and pull to disconnect.
• When using an extension cord with your appliance, make sure the extension cord
is correctly wired, and rated for its use.
• This product is intended for household use only.
• Do not attempt to repair the appliance yourself; instead, take it to your Black &
Decker-owned or Authorized Service Centre for repair.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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TEMPERATURE
100ºC
50ºC
3
1
150ºC
0
250ºC
200ºC
SELECTOR
OFF
6
2
12
TIMER
9
OFF
3
6
4
10 MIN
60
20
MIN
8
MIN
5
30 MIN
50 MIN
9
40
MIN
POWER
TRO50, TRO55 & TRO60
7
TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE
3
150ºC
150ºC
200ºC
250ºC
100ºC
POWER
250ºC
100ºC
5
POWER
FUNCTION
13
200ºC
FUNCTION
OFF
6
11
10
TIMER
12
12
9
TIMER
3
6
OFF
10 MIN
60
20
MIN
MIN
30 MIN
50 MIN
40
MIN
TRO2000R
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12
9
3
6
OFF
10 MIN
4
60
20
MIN
MIN
30 MIN
50 MIN
40
MIN
TRO2000
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Parts Identification
• Retain this manual for future reference.
1. Shelf supports
Using your appliance
2. Glass door
3. Temperature control
4. Timer
5. Power indicator lamp
6. Function selector
• Make sure that the appliance is switched
off before connecting to or disconnecting
from the power supply.
• Always take care when using the
appliance.
7. Shelf
• Do not use the appliance outdoors.
8. Food tray
• Never pull the power supply cord to
disconnect the plug from the socket.
Keep the power supply cord away from
heat, oil and sharp edges.
9. Crumb tray ( TRO50, TRO55 & TRO60 )
10. Rotisserie skewer
11. Rotisserie forks
Intended use
• If the power supply cord is damaged
during use, disconnect the appliance
from the power supply immediately. Do
not touch the power supply cord before
disconnecting from the power supply.
Your Black & Decker toaster oven has been
designed for toasting, baking etc. Your
toaster oven should not be used for any
other applications. This appliance is
intended for indoor household use only.
• Disconnect the appliance from the power
supply when not in use, before carrying
out any maintenance, fitting or removing
parts and before cleaning.
Safety instructions
Safety of others
Warning! When using mains-powered
appliances, basic safety precautions,
including the following, should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, personal injury and material
damage.
• This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been give supervision
or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
12. Rotisserie handle
13. Food tray handle
Read all of this manual carefully
before using the appliance.
• The intended use is described in this
•
manual. The use of any accessory or
attachment or the performance of any
operation with this appliance other than •
those recommended in this instruction
manual may present a risk of personal
injury.
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Children must be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
Do not allow children or any person
unfamiliar with these instructions to use
the appliance.
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• Do not allow children or animals to come Specific safety Instructions for toaster
near the work area or to touch the
ovens
appliance or power supply cord.
Warning! Accessible parts may become hot
• Close supervision is necessary when the
when the appliance is in use. Children
appliance is used near children.
should be kept away.
After use
The following symbols are found on your
• Switch off and remove the plug from the appliance:
socket before leaving the appliance
unattended and before changing,
Denotes a hot surface.
cleaning or inspecting any parts of the
• Always route the cord carefully to avoid a
appliance.
tripping hazard.
• When not in use, the appliance should
be stored in a dry place. Children should • Do not allow the cord set to hang over
not have access to stored appliances.
bench tops.
Inspection and repairs
• Before use, check the appliance for
damaged or defective parts. Check for
breakage of parts, damage to switches
and any other conditions that may affect
its operation.
• Do not use the appliance if any part is
damaged or defective.
• Have any damaged or defective parts
repaired or replaced by an authorised
repair agent.
• Allow adequate space around and above
the appliance for ventilation.
• Care must be taken when opening the
appliance as hot air may escape on
opening.
• The glass door and the outside surfaces
of the oven get very hot during use. Oil
and other cooking liquids may also get
very hot during use. Always wear oven
gloves when opening the glass door and
when removing trays from the oven.
• Before use, check the power supply cord
• Care should be taken to avoid touching
for signs of damage, ageing and wear.
heating elements inside the oven.
• Do not use the appliance if the power
supply cord or mains plug is damaged or • Do not cover trays or other parts with
defective.
metal foil as this may cause overheating.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be • Surfaces may be hot during use and
replaced by the manufacturer or its
during the cool down period.
service agent or a similarly qualified
person in order to avoid a hazard.
• Do not use a steam cleaner to clean this
appliance.
• Never attempt to remove or replace any
parts other than those specified in this
manual.
• Never immerse the appliance, the cord
set or the plug in liquid.
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• Follow manufacturer's instructions.
Never use the following items in your
toaster oven:
When using deep oven proof glass or
glass ceramic containers, make sure that
• Sealed containers such as sealed
pouches or unopened cans.
the top edge of the container is at least
2.5 cm away from the upper heating
• Glass lids on glass or metal bake-ware.
elements.
• Plastic wrapping or paperboard covers.
• Many prepared frozen foods are
• Containers larger than those
recommended ( larger and higher
containers will interfere with air
circulation).
packaged in nonmetallic containers
• Containers with specific warnings
against use in ovens.
container is suitable for use in a regular
suitable for use in microwave ovens as
well as regular ovens. Check the
package instructions to determine if the
oven.
• When using these containers in a toaster
Electrical safety
oven, always allow the oven to preheat
This product must be earthed.
Always check that the power
supply corresponds to the voltage on the
rating plate.
for about 5 minutes before placing the
ingredients inside.
• Remove any plastic wrapping and plastic
or cardboard covers which may only be
Power plugs must match the outlet. Never
modify the plug in any way. Do not use any
adapter plugs with earthed (Class 1)
appliances. Unmodified plugs and
matching outlets will reduce the risk of
electric shock.
suitable for use in microwave ovens.
• Place the container holding the food to
be cooked on the oven pan and cook
according to the instructions or until the
food is thoroughly heated.
Extension cables & Class 1 product
• Never use these containers when
A 3 core cable must be used as
your appliance is earthed and of
Class 1 construction. Up to 30m
(100 ft) can be used without loss of power.
cooking or top browning.
Use
• After cleaning, the food tray (7) can be
Additional instructions for your toaster
oven
lightly coated with butter, margarine or
cooking fat.
• Metal, oven proof glass or glass ceramic
bake-ware may be used in your oven.
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• Set the function selector (6) to the top
element only position.
Operation
The function selector (6) on your appliance
has the following symbols:
• Set the temperature control (3) to the
required temperature.
OFF
• Turn the timer to the required time. If a
time of less than 10 minutes is required,
turn the dial past 10 minutes and then
turn it back to the correct time. The oven
will turn on automatically with the timer.
Top elements on (toasting) (TRO2000 &
TRO2000R)
Toasting with convection (TRO50, TRO55
& TRO60)
• As soon as the cooking time has elapsed,
cooking will stop automatically and an
alarm will be heard.
Lower elements on (baking) (TRO2000 &
TRO2000R)
Broiling (top and bottom elements)
• Moist or fresh breads may cause
condensation to form on the inside of the
Broiling with convection (TRO50, TRO55 &
glass door (2). This is normal and will vary
TRO60)
with the bread being toasted.
(TRO2000, TRO2000R, TRO50, TRO55 & TRO60)
Top elements on and rotisserie on (TRO50,
TRO55, TRO60 & TRO2000R)
Rotisserie convection and both elements
(TRO50, TRO55 & TRO60)
Toasting with convection (TRO50,
TRO55 & TRO60)
Toasting with convection is the same as
"Toasting", however cooking will be
completed faster due to the convection
action. Reduce cooking times to suit.
Rotisserie with bottom element
Rotisserie with top and bottom elements
Baking (bottom element only)
(TRO2000 & TR2000R)
Tray positions
• Use the upper position for faster
browning and cooking times, but be sure
to allow at least 2.5 cm between the food
and the heating elements. Use the lower
position for longer cooking times or for
delicate foods when less browning is
required.
• Do not cover the shelf (7) with aluminium
foil, as this prevents fats and juices from
dripping into the food tray (8) and could
cause the oven to overheat.
• Open the glass door (2) completely to
pull out the shelf (7). Be sure to use
protective gloves to prevent burns.
Toasting (top element only)
(TRO2000 & TRO2000R)
• Slide the shelf (7) into one of the
available positions.
• Place the bread on the shelf (7).
• Slide the shelf (7) into one of the
available positions.
• Place the food on the shelf (7).
• Close the glass door (2).
• Set the function selector (6) to the bottom
element only position.
• Set the temperature control (3) to the
required temperature.
• Set the timer (4) to the required baking
time.
• Turn the timer to the required time. If a
time of less than 10 minutes is required,
turn the dial past 10 minutes and then
turn it back to the correct time. The oven
will turn on automatically with the timer.
• As soon as the cooking time has elapsed,
cooking will stop automatically and an
alarm will be heard.
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Baking tips
Rotisserie (TRO2000R, TRO50, TRO55 &
TRO60)
• As with a full-size oven, frozen
Rotisserie with top element,
casseroles will require more cooking time
Rotisserie with bottom element
than thawed casseroles. Loosely cover
Rotisserie with top and bottom elements
the tops of frozen casseroles with
aluminium foil and uncover the last 5 or
Assembly
10 minutes to enhance browning. Make
• Insert the pointed end of the rotisserie
sure that the foil does not touch the
skewer (10) through one fork (11), making
heating elements.
sure that the points of the fork (11) face
the same direction as the pointed end of
Broiling (top and bottom elements)
the spit.
(TRO2000, TRO2000R, TRO50,
TRO55 & TRO60)
• Slide the fork (11) towards the square
section of the spit and secure it with the
• Do not preheat.
thumbscrew.
• Always use the shelf (7) and food tray (8)
• Push the spit through the centre of the
provided.
food.
• Slide the shelf (7) into one of the
• Fit the second fork (11) on to other end of
available positions.
the spit, piercing the food with both forks,
make sure that the food is centred on the
• Place the food on the shelf (7).
spit.
• Close the glass door (2).
• Secure it with the thumbscrew.
• Set the function selector (6) to the top
• If required, preheat the oven as directed
and bottom element position.
in the recipe.
• Set the temperature control (3) to the
required temperature.
• Set the timer (4) to the required cooking
time. If a time of less than 10 minutes is
required, turn the dial past 10 minutes
and then turn it back to the correct time.
The oven will turn on automatically with
the timer.
• As soon as the cooking time has
elapsed, cooking will stop automatically
and an alarm will be heard.
• Cook food carefully and remove when
cooked and browned to your
satisfaction.
Broiling with convection (TRO50,
TRO55 & TRO60)
Broiling with convection is the same as
"Broiling", however cooking will be
completed faster due to the convection
action. Reduce cooking times to suit.
• Insert the pointed end of the spit into the
drive socket located on right-hand side of
the oven wall. Make sure the square end
of the spit rests on the support on the
left-hand side of the oven wall.
Rotisserie operation with
convection (TRO50, TRO55 &
TRO60)
• Place the food tray (8) in the bottom of
the oven, directly under the food to be
cooked.
• Set the temperature control (3) to high.
• The function selector (6) gives the option
to use the upper or lower element, or
both elements with the convection fan.
• Set the timer (4) to the required cooking
time. If a time of less than 10 minutes is
required, turn the dial past 10 minutes
and then turn it back to the correct time.
The oven will turn on automatically with
the timer.
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• Wash the cooled shelf (7) in hot, soapy
water or in a dish washer. To remove
stubborn spots, use a polyester or nylon
mesh pad.
• As soon as the cooking time has
elapsed, cooking will stop automatically
and an alarm will be heard.
• Food should always be checked 5-10
minutes before expected completion.
Technical Data
TRO2000 TRO50
Cleaning and maintenance
Voltage
Cleaning our oven
Warning! Before cleaning the inside or
outside of your oven, always turn the oven
off, unplug it and let it cool.
W
1380
1500
1500
1800
Capacity
I
19
28
35
42
kg
4.6
6.3
7.4
10.4
Protecting the environment
Warning! A steam cleaner is not to be used
to clean this appliance.
Warning! Do not touch the heating
elements, even for cleaning.
• Clean the outside and the inside
appliance with a damp cloth. Make sure
that the appliance is dry on the inside
and the outside before use.
• The best way to keep your oven clean is
to wipe away spills, spatters and crumbs
after each use.
• Only the shelf (7) and food tray (8) are
dishwasher-safe.
Separate collection. This product must
not be disposed of with normal
household waste.
Should you find one day that your Black &
Decker product needs replacement, or if it is
of no further use to you, do not dispose it off
with other household waste. Make this
product available for separate collection.
Separate collection of used products
and packaging allows materials to be
recycled and used again. Use of recycled
materials helps prevent environmental
pollution and reduces the demand for raw
materials.
Local regulations may provide for separate
collection of electrical products from the
household, at municipal waste sites or by the
retailer when you purchase a new product.
Glass door
Warning! Do not use a spray glass cleaner
to clean the glass door (2).
• Clean the glass door (2) with a damp,
soapy cloth. Dry thoroughly before using
the oven.
Shelf, crumb tray and food tray
• Open the glass door (2), remove the food
tray (8) and slide the shelf (7) and crumb
tray (9) from the oven.
• Wipe away crumbs and food spills with a
slightly damp cloth.
• Wipe the crumb tray (9) with a damp
cloth. Dry thoroughly before using the
oven.
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Power
Weight
Warning! Do not use solvents or any type
of cleaning agent or cleaning pad unless
recommended in this manual to clean the
oven.
TRO55 TRO60
Vac 220-240 220-240 220-240 220-240
Black & Decker provides a facility for the
collection and recycling of Black & Decker
products once they have reached the end of
their working life. To take advantage of this
service please return your product to any
authorised repair agent who will collect them
on our behalf. You can check the location of
your nearest authorised repair agent by
contacting your local Black & Decker office at
the address indicated in this manual. A list of
authorised Black & Decker repair agents and
full details of our after-sales service and
contact are available on the Internet at:
www.2helpU.com
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BLACK & DECKER HOME APPLIANCE 2 YEAR WARRANTY
Black & Decker provides a 2 Year Warranty for this product from the date of purchase against
defects due to defective materials or workmanship. Motor/element burn-outs due to voltage
fluctuations are not covered under warranty. If the product should become defective within
the warranty period, Black & Decker will repair or (at Black & Decker's discretion) replace it
free of charge.
The warranty provisions do not cover failure due to accident, misuse, abuse, negligence or
non observation of local regulations on the part of the user. Equally, the warranty provisions
do not apply where the appliance has been serviced by a person not authorized by Black &
Decker or serviced with non-approved parts and this has contributed to the fault of the
product. Superseded models without a replacement equivalent will either be repaired or (at
Black & Decker's discretion) replaced with another product of similar retail value.
UPON PURCHASE
Fill in the Warranty Registration Card with the original Authorized Dealer's stamp (indicating
date of purchase) and attach your purchase receipt to it. Retain in case of claims in the future.
MAKING A CLAIM
Take your defective product together with the Warranty Registration Card & purchase receipt
to your local service Centre. You can either do this in person or send it freight prepaid. If
mailing or shipping your appliance, ensure that it is packed carefully in a sturdy carton with
enough packing material to prevent damage. Include a note describing the problem to the
service Centre and be sure to give your return address.
DESIGNED FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES ONLY.
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„“UN§ vK´ “u±d∞« Ác≥ bπ∑ß
UMîUß U∫Dß wMF¢
.d∏F∑∞« d©Uª± VMπ∑∞ VßUM± ¸Uº± w≠ pKº∞« l{ •
.W≠uAJL∞« `Dß_« vK´ UO∞b∑± pKº∞« „d∑¢ ô •
.W¥uN∑K∞ tÆu≠Ë “UNπ∞« ‰u• U∂ßUM± U¨«d≠ „d¢« •
«bª∑ßô« bF°
„d¢ q∂Æ ¡U°dNJ∞« W∫∑≠ s± f°UI∞« Ÿe≤«Ë “UNπ∞« TH©√ •
.tz«e§√ s± Í√ h∫≠ Ë√ “UNπ∞« nOEM¢ q∂ÆË “UNπ∞«
.·U§ ÊUJ± w≠ t¥eª¢ Vπ¥ “UNπ∞« «bª∑ß« Âb´ bM´ •
.‰UH©_« ‰ËUM∑± s´ «bOF° …eN§_« lOL§ kH• Vπ¥
sîUº∞« ¡«uN∞« Ê_ “UNπ∞« `∑≠ ¡UM£√ ¸c∫∞« wîu¢ Vπ¥ •
.tM± »dº∑¥ bÆ
…bA° ÊUMªº¥ ÊdHK∞ w§¸Uª∞« `Dº∞«Ë w§U§e∞« »U∂∞« •
‹u¥e∞«Ë qz«uº∞« …¸«d• W§¸œ lH¢d¢ ULØ .qOGA∑∞« ¡UM£√
≈ Ë√ w§U§e∞« »U∂∞« `∑≠ bM´ ÊdH∞« “UHÆ b¢¸« .…bA°
.ÊdH∞« s± WOMOB∞« ëdî
ÕöÅù«Ë h∫H∞«
Âb´ s± oI∫∑K∞ “UNπ∞« h∫≠ Vπ¥ ,«bª∑ßô« q∂Æ •
œu§Ë Âb´ s± bØQ¢ .WH∞U¢ Ë√ …¸uºJ± ¡«e§√ œu§Ë
VO´ Í√ Ë√ ¸«¸“_« w≠ nK¢ œu§Ë Ë√ ,¡«e§_« w≠ ¸uºØ
.“UNπ∞« qOGA¢ vK´ d£R¥ bÆ
.nK¢ Ë√ VO´ Í√ tO≠ ‹b§Ë «–≈ “UNπ∞« Âbª∑º¢ ô •
qî«œ …¸«d∫∞« dÅUM´ fL∞ VMπ∑∞ ’d∫∞« Vπ¥ •
.ÊdH∞«
…¸uºJL∞« ¡«e§_« ÕöÅS° WBîd± WN§ ÂuI¢ Ê√ Vπ¥ •
.WH∞U∑∞« Ë√
ÂuOML∞_« ‚¸u° Èdî_« lDI∞« Ë√ w≤«uB∞« wDG¢ ô •
.…¸«d∫∞« W§¸œ …œU¥“ w≠ V∂º∑¥ ô v∑• ͸«d∫∞«
Ë√ WH∞U¢ ¡«e§√ œu§Ë Âb´ s± oI∫¢ ,«bª∑ßô« q∂Æ •
.pKº∞« w≠ WO∞U°
„d¢ ¡UM£√Ë qOGA∑∞« ¡UM£√ WMîUß ÊuJ¢ bÆ `Dß_« •
.œdO∞ ÊdH∞«
w≠ nK¢ Ë√ VO´ œu§Ë W∞U• w≠ “UNπ∞« Âbª∑º¢ ô •
.pKº∞« Ë√ f°UI∞«
.“UNπ∞« «c≥ nOEM∑∞ ¸Uª∂∞U° nOEM∑∞« W∞¬ Âbª∑º¢ ô •
WN§ o¥d© s´ t∞«b∂∑ß« r∑¥ Ê√ Vπ¥ ,pKº∞« nK¢ «–≈ •
ÀËb• VMπ∑∞ WK≥R± WN§ Í√ Ë√ UNKOØË Ë√ tFOMB¢
.d©Uª±
.qzUß Í√ w≠ f°UI∞« Ë√ pKº∞« Ë√ “UNπ∞« fLG¢ ô •
’uBML∞« dO¨ ¡«e§√ Í√ dOOG¢ Ë√ ‰«b∂∑ß« ‰ËU∫¢ ô •
qO∞b∞« «c≥ w≠ UNOK´
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.t∞ “UNπ∞« rLBL∞« «bª∑ßô« qO∞b∞« «c≥ œb∫¥ •
l± …œu§uL∞« dO¨ WI∫K± Ë√ WO∞ULØ lDÆ Í√ «bª∑ß«
’uBML∞« dO¨ ÷d¨ w≠ “UNπ∞« «bª∑ß« Ë√ “UNπ∞«
v∞≈ ÍœR¥ Ë√ «dDî qJA¥ bÆ qO∞b∞« «c≥ w≠ tOK´
.W°UÅ≈ ÀËb•
.W§U∫∞« bM´ tO∞≈ Ÿu§dK∞ qO∞b∞« «cN° kH∑•« •
“UNπ∞« «bª∑ß«
Ë√ t∞ ¡U°dNJ∞« qOÅu¢ q∂Æ QHD± “UNπ∞« Ê√ s± bØQ¢ •
.tM´ UNFDÆ
“UNπ∞« ¡«e§√ vK´ ·dF∑∞«
n≠¸_« ‹U±U´œ 1
w§U§e∞« »U∂∞« 2
…¸«d∫∞« w≠ rJ∫∑∞« …b•Ë 3
XÆu∞« j∂{ “UN§ 4
WÆUD∞« ‰uÅË vK´ W∞ôbK∞ ÕU∂B± 5
nzU™u∞« ¸UO∑î« …b•Ë 6
.ULz«œ ¸c∫° “UNπ∞« «bª∑ß« •
·d∞« 7
.‰eML∞« øUî “UNπ∞« Âbª∑º¢ ô •
ÂUFD∞« WOMOÅ 8
.¡U°dNJ∞« W∫∑≠ s± f°UI∞« qBH∞ pKº∞« »cπ¢ ô •
·«u∫∞«Ë ‹u¥e∞«Ë …¸«d∫∞« s´ «bOF° pKº∞« kH•≈
.…œU∫∞«
f°UI∞« qBH° rÆ ,qOGA∑∞« ¡UM£√ pKºK∞ nK¢ Àb• «–≈ •
Ÿe≤ q∂Æ pKº∞« fLK¢ ôË «¸u≠ ¡U°dNJ∞« W∫∑≠ s±
.¡U°dNJ∞« W∫∑≠ s± f°UI∞«
q∂ÆË ,tKOGA¢ Âb´ W∞U• w≠ ¡U°dNJ∞« s´ “UNπ∞« qB≠« •
q∂ÆË ,WFDÆ Í√ p≠ Ë√ VOØd¢ q∂ÆË ,W≤UOÅ Í√ ¡«d§≈
.nOEM∑∞«
s¥dîü« W±öß
’Uª®√ q∂Æ s± «bª∑ßö∞ rLB± dO¨ “UNπ∞« «c≥ •
‹«¸bI∞« w≠ hI≤ s± Êu≤UF¥ )‰UH©_« p∞– w≠ UL°(
Ë√ …d∂ª∞« rNBIM¢ Ë√ WOKIF∞« Ë√ WOº∫∞« Ë√ WO≤b∂∞«
hªA∞« s± ‹ULOKF∑° Ë√ ·«d®≈ X∫¢ ô≈ ‹U±uKFL∞«
.rN∑±öß s´ ‰uµºL∞«
.“UNπ∞U° VFK∞U° ‰UH©_« ÂUOÆ Âb´ s± bØQ∑∞« Vπ¥ •
‹ULOKF¢ ·dF¥ ô hª® Í_ Ë√ ‰UH©ú∞ `Lº¢ ô •
.“UNπ∞« «bª∑ßU° qOGA∑∞«
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)TRO60 & TRO55 ,TRO50( e∂ª∞« ‹«dºØ WOMOÅ
9
…«uAL∞« aOß 10
…«uAL∞« ‹UØu® 11
.…«uAL∞« i∂I± 12
.ÂUFD∞« WOMOÅ i∂I± 13
œb∫L∞« «bª∑ßô«
÷«d¨_ dJ¥œ b≤¬ „ö° hOL∫∑∞« Êd≠ rOLB¢ r¢
Ë√ ÷«d¨√ Í_ t±«bª∑ß« Vπ¥ ôË ,e∂ª∞«Ë hOL∫∑∞«
w∞eML∞« «bª∑ßö∞ “UNπ∞« «c≥ rLÅ ,Èdî√ ‹U±«bª∑ß«
.jI≠
W±öº∞« ‹ULOKF¢
‹öÅuL° qLF¢ w∑∞« …eN§_« «bª∑ß« bM´ !d¥c∫¢
UNO≠ UL° ,WOßUß_« ÊU±_« ‹U©UO∑•« –Uª¢« Vπ¥ ,WOºOz¸
‹U±bB∞«Ë ,o¥d∫∞« d©Uª± s± b∫K∞ ,WO∞U∑∞« ‹U©UO∑•ô«
.W¥œUL∞« dzUºª∞«Ë ,‹U°UÅù«Ë ,WOzU°dNJ∞«
“UNπ∞« qOGA¢ q∂Æ W¥UMF° q±UJ∞U° qO∞b∞« «c≥ √dÆ«
Arabic
TEMPERATURE
3
1
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50ºC
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10 MIN
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9
200ºC
SELECTOR
60
20
MIN
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30 MIN
50 MIN
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POWER
TRO50, TRO55 & TRO60
7
TEMPERATURE
150ºC
150ºC
250ºC
100ºC
POWER
200ºC
250ºC
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5
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FUNCTION
13
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TEMPERATURE
3
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FUNCTION
OFF
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10
TIMER
12
12
9
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3
6
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60
20
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MIN
30 MIN
50 MIN
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TRO2000R
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9
3
6
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4
10 MIN
60
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MIN
30 MIN
50 MIN
40
MIN
TRO2000
Arabic
W±U≥ ‹«œU®¸≈
W±bB∞«Ë o¥d∫∞« dDî s± qOKI∑K∞ WOzU°dNJ∞« …eN§_« «bª∑ß« ¡UM£√ UN´U∂¢« Vπ¥ W±öß ‹U©UO∑•« „UM≥
:wK¥ U± ‹U©UO∑•ô« Ác≥ qLA¢Ë ’Uª®_« W°UÅ≈ Ë√/Ë WOzU°dNJ∞«
“UNπ∞« «bª∑ßU° W¥«¸œ vK´ XMØ u∞Ë v∑• W¥UMF° ‹ULOKF∑∞« Ác≥ qØ …¡«dÆ •
.WOzU°dNØ W±bB∞ ÷dF∑¢ ô v∑• Èdî_« qz«uº∞« Ë√ ¡UL∞« w≠ f°UI∞« Ë√ „öß_« W´uLπ± Ë√ “UNπ∞« dLG¢ ô •
“UNπ∞« s± w§¸Uª∞« ¡eπ∞« `º±Ë nOEM∑∞ WKK∂± ‘ULÆ WFDÆ Âbª∑ß« •
.t±«bª∑ß« ¡UM£√ W∂Æ«d± ÊËœ “UNπ∞« „d∑¢ ô .rNM± »dI∞U° “UNπ∞« «bª∑ß« bM´ V∏Ø s´ ‰UH©_« VÆ«¸ •
fH≤ vK´ wM≠ Í√ Ë√ bL∑FL∞« W±bª∞« qOØË Ë√ “UNπ∞« lMBL° W≤UF∑ßô« v§d¥ ,WÆUD∞« pKß nK¢ W∞U• w≠ •
WMJL± d©Uª± Í√ VMπ∑∞ p∞–Ë n∞U∑∞« pKº∞« ‰«b∂∑ßô qO≥Q∑∞« W§¸œ
nOEM¢ Ë√ tz«e§√ p≠ Ë√ VOØd¢ q∂Æ Ë√ «bª∑ßô« Âb´ ¡UM£√ ¸UO∑∞« cîQ± s± f°UI∞« Ÿe≤«Ë “UNπ∞« qBH° rÆ •
.¸UO∑∞« cîQ± s± f°UI∞« ŸeM∞ pKº∞« bA¢ ô .“UNπK∞ W≤UOÅ ¡«d§≈ Ë√
t•öÅ≈ Ë√ “UNπ∞« WM¥UFL∞ bL∑FL∞« W±bª∞« eØdL° W≤UF∑ßô« Vπ¥ ,n∞U¢ f°UÆ Ë√ pKº° “UNπ∞« qGA¢ ô •
.dDî Í√ VMπ∑∞ ÎUOJO≤UJO± Ë√ ÎUOzU°dNØ
r∞ w∑∞« W¥u≤U∏∞« ‹UI∫KL∞« «bª∑ß« vK´ œ«d≠_« W°UÅ≈ Ë√ WOzU°dNJ∞« W±bB∞« Ë√ o¥d∫∞« d©Uª± V¢d∑¢ bÆ •
.UNFO∂¥ Ë√ “UNπ∞« Z∑M± UN° wÅu¥
.WMîUß ÎU∫Dß√ f±ö¥ Ë√ …bCML∞« W≠U• ‚u≠ v∞b∑¥ pKº∞« Ÿb¢ ô •
i°UIL∞« «bª∑ß« …U´«d± l± WMîUº∞« `Dß_« Wº±ö± VMπ¢ •
r¢ Êd≠ w≠ Ë√ sîUß wzU°dNØ Êd≠ Ë√ “U¨ Êd≠ q∏±( WMîUß `Dß√ vK´ tz«e§√ s± ¡e§ Í√ Ë√ “UNπ∞« lC¢ ô •
.UNM± »dI∞U° Ë√ )ÁƒUL•≈
vK´ i∂Æ« .¸UO∑∞« cîQ± s± tKBH∞ Áb® Ë√ pKº∞« o¥d© s´ «Îb°√ “UNπ∞« qL∫¢ ôË .pKº∞« «bª∑ß« Tº¢ ô •
.tKBH∞ t∂∫ß«Ë UÎLz«œ f°UI∞«
“UNπ∞« «c≥ l± «bª∑ßö∞ `∞UÅ t≤√Ë rOKß qJA° tKOÅu¢ s± bØQ∑∞« v§d¥ ,b¥bL¢ pKß Â«bª∑ß« W∞U• w≠ •
jI≠ w∞eML∞« «bª∑ßö∞ bF± “UNπ∞« «c≥ •
b≤√ „ö° WØd® s± bL∑F± Ë√ l°U¢ W±bî eØd± »dÆQ° sF∑ß« ,p∞– s± ôb°Ë .pºHM° “UNπ∞« ÕöÅ≈ ‰ËU∫¢ ô •
“UNπ∞« ÕöÅù dJ¥œ
‹ULOKF∑∞« ÁcN° kH∑•«
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Names
&
Addresses
for
Black
&
Decker
Service
Concessionaries
Afghanistan: Ishan National Co., Opp. Ministry of Justice, Kabul. Tel.: +93-2-2101727. Algeria: SARL Outillage Corporation, 04
Route De Dely Brahim Cheraga, Alger. Tel.: +213-21-364363/508, Fax: +213-21-369667. Bahrain: Fawaz Al Zayani, P.O.Box
26563, Adliya, Manama. Tel.: +973-17-715252/712756, Fax: +973-17-713789. Bangladesh: Ultra Corporation, 8, Kushol
Centre, Uttara, Dhaka 1230. Tel.: +880-2-8919272/9756 Ext.28, Fax: +880-2-9887167. Egypt: Anasia Egypt for Trading S. A.
E., P.O.Box 2443, 110 Mostafa Refaat Street, Sheraton Heliopolis 11361, Cairo. Tel.: +20-2-2684159, Fax: +20-2-2684169.
Ethiopia: Tewfik Sherif & Co. Ltd., P.O.Box 5583, Debre Zeit Road, Addis Ababa. Tel.: +251-1-651700/601, Fax:
+251-1-650570. India: Gryphon Impex Pvt. Ltd., D-6/4, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase-I, New Delhi-110020. Tel.:
+91-11-26372602-4, Fax: +91-11-26372601. Iran: Tehran - Service Centre of Iran, No 510, South Karger Ave, Below Pasteur
Sq. Tehran. Tel.: +98-21-6490608/0656/6407672. Kish Island: Cayhan Electric Co., No. 69, Paradise Shopping Centre, Kish
Island. Tel.: +98-76444-22894. Jordan: Bashiti Hardware, P.O.Box 1564, TLA Ali, Amman. Tel.: +962-6-5350009/4770741,
Fax: +962-6-5350012/4789783. Kenya: Zylog Enterprises, IPS Building, Kuanda Street, P.O.Box 40877, Nairobi. Tel.:
+254-2-338188/199, Fax: +254-2-330642. Kuwait: Al Omar Technical Co., P.O.Box 4062, 13041 Safat, Kuwait. Tel.:
+965-4848595/0039, Fax: +965-4845652. Lebanon: Est. F.A. Kettaneh SA, P.O.Box 110242, Dora Highway, Kettaneh
Building, Beirut. Tel.: +961-1-255860/6, Fax: +961-1-255891. Libya: El Ghoul Brothers, P.O.Box 348, Islamic Call Bldg., Office
201-202, Benghazi. Tel.: +218-61-9097681/4183, Fax: +218-61-9094123. Madagascar: Group Tana Confort S. A. R. L., B. P.
1770, Antananarivo. Tel.: +261-20-2264505, Fax: +261-20-2264244. Malta: John G. Cassar Ltd., 36 Victory Str, Qormi QRM
06, Malta. Tel.: +356-21-493251, Fax: +356-21-483231. Mauritius: Happy World Marketing Ltd., Block 2, Industrial Estate,
Coromandel, P.O.Box 429, Port Louis. Tel.: +230-2076700, Fax: +230-2337330/7400. Nepal: Universal Trading Centre,
P.O.Box 1947, Tripureswor, Kathmandu. Tel.: +977-1-262192/260587/785, Fax: 261154. Nigeria: Amin Bros. Eng. Co. Ltd.,
30A (Plot 1291), Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. Tel.: +234-1-3201778, Fax: +234-1-2613667. Oman: Oman Mktg.
& Service Co., P.O.Box 2734, Ruwi, Muscat. Tel.: +968-560232, Fax: +968-560255. Pakistan: Karachi - Ammar Service &
Spares, 60, Bank Arcade, Serai Road, Karachi. Tel.: +92-21-2426905, Fax: 2427214/5243. Pakistan: Lahore - Electronics Inn,
212-G Raja Centre, Main Market, Gulberg, Lahore. Tel.: +92-42-5756750. Philippines: Modern House International Enterprises,
213 Rizal Ave. Extension, between 2nd and 3rd Ave. Kalookan City. Tel.: +632 366-4487, Fax: +632 366-4489. Qatar: Al
Muftah Trading & Cont., P.O.Box 875, Doha. Tel.: +974-4650880/4446868, Fax: +974-4441415. Saudi Arabia: Dammam Ebrahim Fawaz Al Zayani, P.O.Box 76026, Al Raka, Dammam. Tel.: +966-3-8140914, Fax: +966-3-8140824. Jeddah: Anasia
Trading Co. Ltd. Caravan Shopping Centre, Hail Street. P. O. Box 50959, Jeddah-21477, Tel. 02 650 0948/02 636 3825, Fax 02
638 0720. Madina: Garziz Trdg. for Bldg. Mat.&Decor., P.O.Box 3364, Madina. Tel.: +966-4-8261490/8227636, Fax:
+966-4-8265741. Riyadh: Anasia Trading Co Ltd. New Akaria Building, 60th St., 3rd Floor, Building # 4, Office # 3402, Malaz. P.
O. Box. 18689, Riyadh-11425, Tel.: 01 478 2549, Fax: 01 478 2761. Yanbu: Bin Afif, P.O.Box 530 Yanbu, Al Bahr. Tel.:
+966-4-3222626/8867, Fax: +966-4-3222210. Sri Lanka: Delmege Gen. Equip. Pvt. Ltd., No. 428/1AT. B., Jaya Mawatha
(Darley Road), Colombo-10. Tel.: +94-11-2665914, Fax: +94-11-2665915. Sudan: United Distribution Company, P.O.Box 325,
Sayed Abdul Rehman Street, Khartoum. Tel.: +249-11-772612/777296, Fax: +249-11-770919. Tanzania: General Motors
Investment, P. O Box 16541, 14 Vingunguti Nyerere Road, Dar Es Salaam. Tel.: +255-22-2862661/5022, Fax:
+255-22-2862667/5412/3. Tunisia: STE Tunisienne De Quincaillerie Stq., Nvelle Z.I 2013, Ben Arous, Tunis, Tunisia, Tel: +216
71386102, Fax: +216 71380412. UAE: Abu Dhabi - Light House Electric., P.O.Box 120, Abu Dhabi. Tel.: +971-2-6726131, Fax:
+971-2-6720667. Dubai - Black & Decker (O) A.G., P.O.Box 5420, Dubai. Tel.: +971-4-7028234/233, Fax: +971-4-2822765.
Ideal Mach. & Equipt. R. W/shop P.O.Box 37116, Al Quoz, Dubai. Tel.: +971-4-3474160, Fax: +971-4-3474157. Sharjah McCoy Middle East LLC, P.O.Box 20228, Sharjah. Tel.: +971-6-5336321, Fax: +971-6-5336320. Uganda: The Building Centre,
Kitgum House, 52 Station Road, P.O.Box 7436, Kampala. Tel.: +256-41-234567, Fax: +256-41-236413. Yemen: Aden - Middle
East Trad. Co. Ltd., Mulla Dakka, Aden. Tel.: +967-2-240950, Fax: +967-2-240952. Sana'a: Middle East Trad. Co. Ltd.,
P.O.Box 12363, Hayel Street, Sana'a. Tel.: +967-1-204201, Fax: +967-1-204204. Taiz: Middle East Trad. Co. Ltd., Campa area
near Al-Kair mosque, Taiz. Tel.: +967-4-231610/232033, Fax: +967-4-219869. Zimbabwe: J.D.Distributors, P.O.Box 226, 17
Bessemer Road, Graniteside, Harare.
Tel.: +263-4-753913-7, Fax: 753918. Cyprus: G. Kyprianou Trading Co Ltd., 51
Prodromou AVE. Strovolos, 1681, P.O. Box 23318 Nicosia Cyprus. Tel.: 00357 22 468170/1, Fax: 00357 22 468186, Email
gktltd@spidernet.com.cy
WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
YOUR NAME/ rßù«
YOUR ADDRESS Ê«uMF∞«
POSTCODE Íb¥d∂∞« e±d∞«
DATE OF PURCHASE ¡«dA∞« a¥¸U¢
DEALER'S NAME & ADDRESS/ lzU∂∞« Ê«uM´ Ë rß≈
PRODUCT MODEL NO. TRO2000/TRO2000R/TRO50/TRO55/TRO60
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