Operating Instructions DIM 732J K.A IX OVEN Contents

Operating Instructions DIM 732J K.A IX OVEN Contents
DIM 732J K.A IX
English
Operating Instructions
OVEN
Contents
Operating Instructions,1
Warnings,2
Description of the appliance,3
Installation,4
Start-up and use,6
Cooking modes,6
The electronic programmer,8
Precautions and tips,9
Maintenance and care,10
Product Guarantee and Repair Information,11
Warnings
WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts
become hot during use. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements. Children less than 8
years of age shall be kept away unless continuously
supervised. This appliance can be used by children
aged from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made
by children without supervision.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the oven door glass since they can
scratch the surface, which may result in shattering
of the glass.
Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on
the appliance.
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched
off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility
of electric shock.
! When you place the rack inside, make sure that the
stop is directed upwards and in the back of the cavity.
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Description of the appliance
Overall view
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2
3
4
5
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POSITION 1
POSITION 2
POSITION 3
POSITION 4
POSITION 5
GUIDES for the sliding racks
DRIPPING PAN
GRILL
Control panel
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6
8
5
7
3
1
Control panel
4
4
2
2
1SELECTOR knob
2ELECTRONIC programmer
3THERMOSTAT knob
4THERMOSTAT indicator light
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3
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Installation
! Please keep this instruction booklet in a safe place for future reference. If
the appliance is sold, given away or moved, please make sure the booklet is
also passed on to the new owners so that they may benefit from the advice
contained within it.
Centring and fixing
Secure the appliance to the cabinet by opening the oven door and inserting
4 screws into the 4 holes on the outer frame.
! Please read this instruction manual carefully: it contains important information
concerning the safe operation, installation and maintenance of the appliance.
Positioning
! Do not let children play with the packaging material; it should be disposed
of in accordance with local separated waste collection standards (see
Precautions and tips).
! The appliance must be installed by a qualified professional in accordance
with the instructions provided. Incorrect installation may damage property or
cause harm to people or animals.
Built-in appliances
Use an appropriate cabinet to ensure that the appliance operates properly:
• The panels adjacent to the oven must be made of heat-resistant material.
• Cabinets with a veneer exterior must be assembled with glues which can
withstand temperatures of up to 100°C.
• To install the oven under the counter (see diagram) or in a kitchen unit,
the cabinet must have the following dimensions:
.
. min
mm
.
m
45 m
mm
.
5 mm.
567 mm.
560
575-585 mm.
23 mm.
547
595 mm.
GB
595
mm
.
545
.
mm
! All parts which ensure the safe operation of the appliance must not be
removable without the aid of a tool.
Electrical connection
Ovens equipped with a three-pole power supply cable are designed to operate
with alternating current at the voltage and frequency indicated on the data
plate located on the appliance (see below).
Two types of connection are provided:
Connection n° 1
Connecting the supply cable to the mains
Install a standardised plug corresponding to the load indicated on the data
plate (see table).
The appliance must be directly connected to the mains using an omnipolar
switch with a minimum contact opening of 3 mm installed between the
appliance and the mains. The switch must be suitable for the charge indicated
and must comply with current electrical regulations (the earthing wire must not
be interrupted by the switch). The supply cable must be positioned so that it
does not come into contact with temperatures higher than 50°C at any point
(the back panel of the oven, for example).
! The installer must ensure that the correct electrical connection has been
performed and that it is fully compliant with safety regulations.
m.
m
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! The appliance must not come into contact with electrical parts once it has
been installed. The indications for consumption given on the data plate have
been calculated for this type of installation.
Ventilation
To ensure adequate ventilation, the back panel of the cabinet must be
removed. It is advisable to install the oven so that it rests on two strips of
wood, or on a completely flat surface with an opening of at least 45 x 560
mm (see diagrams).
560
mm
.
45 m
m.
Before connecting the appliance to the power supply, make sure that
• The appliance is earthed and the plug is compliant with the law.
• The socket can withstand the maximum power of the appliance, which is
indicated on the data plate.
• The voltage is in the range between the values indicated on the data plate.
• The socket is compatible with the plug of the appliance. If the socket is
incompatible with the plug, ask an authorised technician to replace it. Do
not use extension cords or multiple sockets.
! Once the appliance has been installed, the power supply cable and the
electrical socket must be easily accessible.
! The cable must not be bent or compressed.
! The cable must be checked regularly and replaced by authorised technicians
only (see Assistance).
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! The manufacturer declines any liability should these safety measures
not be observed.
Connection n° 2
DATA PLATE
IF THE FITTED PLUG IS REMOVED
The flexible mains lead must be correctly connected as below to a three pin
plug of not less than 13 amp capacity. If a B.S. 1363 fused plug is used, it
must be fitted with a fuse which is approved to B.S. 1362.
Important: the wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Dimensions
Volume
lt. 58
Electrical
connections
voltage: 230-240~ 50/60Hz maximum
power absorbed 2800-3000W
Green & Yellow
- Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
The power supply cable must be type H05VV-F
Green &
Yellow to
Earth
Brown
to Live
Blue to
Neutral
3 Amp
Fuse
Cord
Clamp
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
Connect the Green & Yellow wire to terminal marked “E” or
or coloured
Green or Green & Yellow.
Connect the Brown wire to the terminal marked “L” or coloured Red.
Connect the Blue wire to the terminal marked “N” or coloured Black.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE ACCIDENT-PREVENTION REGULATIONS
RELIEVES THE MANUFACTURER OF ALL LIABILITY.
IF A MOULDED PLUG IS FITTED
In the event of replacing a fuse in the plug supplied an ASTA approved fuse
to BS1362 must be fitted.
NOTE: The fuse cover must be refitted when changing the fuse. In the event
of losing the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement fuse
cover has been obtained and fitted. A new fuse cover can be obtained from
your local Electricity Board. The colour of the correct replacement fuse cover
is that of the coloured marks or inserts in the base of the plug.Make sure that
the cable does not become trapped when pushing the cooker into position.
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width cm 43.5
height cm 32
depth cm 40
EU Directive no 65/2014
supplementing Directive 2010/30/EU.
EU Regulation no 66/2014
implementing Directive 2009/125/EC.
Standard EN 60350-1
Standard EN 50564
ENERGY
LABEL e
ECODESIGN
Directive 2002/40/EC on the label
of electric ovens.
Norm EN 50304
Energy consuption for Natural
convection - heating mode:
Traditional mode
Declared energy consuption for
Forced convection Class - heating
mode:
Traditional mode
This appliance conforms to the
following European Economic
Community directives:
- 2006/95/EC of 12/12/06 (Low
Voltage) and subsequent
amendments;
- 2004/108/EC of 15/12/04
(Electromagnetic Compatibility) and
subsequent amendments;
- 93/68/EEC of 22/07/93 and
subsequent amendments.
- 2002/96/EU and subsequent
amendments.
- 1275/2008 standby/off mode.
Replacing the cable
Use a rubber cable of the type H05VV-F with a cross section of 3 x 1.5 mm².
The yellow-green earth wire must be 2 ÷ 3 cm longer than the other wires.
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Start-up and use
Cooking modes
WARNING ! The oven is provided with
a stop system to extract the racks and
prevent them from coming out of the
oven (1).
As shown in the drawing, to extract
them completely, simply lift the racks,
holding them on the front part, and
pull (2).
! The first time you use your appliance, heat the empty oven with its door
closed at its maximum temperature for at least half an hour. Ensure that the
room is well ventilated before switching the oven off and opening the oven
door. The appliance may emit a slightly unpleasant odour caused by protective
substances used during the manufacturing process burning away.
Setting the clock
1. Select the desired cooking mode by turning the SELECTOR knob.
2. Select the desired temperature using the THERMOSTAT knob. A list
detailing cooking modes and suggested cooking temperatures can be found
in the Cooking advice table (see Cooking modes).
3. The THERMOSTAT indicator light indicates that the oven is heating up to
the temperature set.
4. During cooking it is always possible to:
- change the cooking mode by turning the SELECTOR knob;
- adjust the temperature by turning the THERMOSTAT knob;
- stop cooking by turning the SELECTOR knob to the “0” position.
! Never put objects directly on the bottom of the oven; this will prevent the
enamel coating from being damaged.
! Always place cookware on the rack(s) provided.
Cooling ventilation
In order to cool down the external temperature of the oven, some models
are fitted with a cooling fan that blows out air between the control panel and
the oven door. The cooling fan will not activate straight away when a cooking
mode is selected and the appliance is cold,but only after the appliance has
warmed up.
! Once the cooking has been completed, the cooling fan remains on until the
oven has cooled down sufficiently.
Oven light
When selecting
with the SELECTOR knob the oven light goes on. The
oven light will come on within the oven cavity. At the same time the cooling fan
will activate, and remain on until a cooking program is selected or the appliance
is switched off. The light will remain on when any cooking mode is selected.
Cooking modes
! A temperature value can be set for all cooking modes between 60°C and
Max, except for
• BARBECUE (recommended: set only to MAX power level);
• GRATIN (recommended: do not exceed 200°C).
TRADITIONAL OVEN mode
Both the top and bottom heating elements will come on. When using this
traditional cooking mode, it is best to use one cooking rack only. If more than
one rack is used, the heat will be distributed unevenly.
BAKING mode
The rear heating element and the fan come on, guaranteeing the distribution
of heat delicately and uniformly throughout the oven. This mode is ideal for
baking and cooking temperature sensitive foods such as cakes that need to
rise and to prepare certain tartlets on 3 shelves simultaneously.
FAST COOKING mode
The heating elements and the fan come on, guaranteeing the distribution of
heat consistently and uniformly throughout the oven.
Pre-heating is not necessary for this cooking mode. This mode is especially
recommended for cooking pre-packed food quickly (frozen or pre-cooked).
The best results are obtained if you use one cooking rack only.
MULTILEVEL mode
All the heating elements (top, bottom and circular) switch on and the fan
begins to operate. Since the heat remains constant throughout the oven, the
air cooks and browns food in a uniform manner. A maximum of two racks may
be used at the same time.
PIZZA mode
The bottom and circular heating elements, as well as the fan, will come
on. This combination heats the oven rapidly by producing a considerable
amount of heat, particularly from the bottom element. If you use more than
one rack simultaneously, switch the position of the dishes halfway through
the cooking process.
GRILL mode
The top heating element comes on. The extremely high and direct temperature
of the grill makes it possible to brown the surface of meats and roasts while
locking in the juices to keep them tender. The grill is also highly recommended
for dishes that require a high temperature on the surface: such as beef steaks,
veal, rib steak, filets, hamburgers etc...
Some grilling examples are included in the “Practical Cooking Advice”
paragraph. Always cook in this mode with the oven door closed.
GRATIN mode
The top heating element, as well as the fan, will come on. This combination
of features increases the effectiveness of the unidirectional thermal radiation
provided by the heating elements through forced circulation of the air
throughout the oven. This helps prevent food from burning on the surface
and allows the heat to penetrate right into the food. Always cook in this mode
with the oven door closed.
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Practical cooking advice
! Do not place racks in position 1 and 5 during fan-assisted cooking. Excessive
direct heat can burn temperature sensitive foods.
! In the BARBECUE and GRATIN cooking modes, particularly when using
the rotisserie, place the dripping pan in position 1 to collect cooking residues
(fat and/or grease).
MULTI-COOKING
• Use position 2 and 4, placing the food that requires more heat on 2.
• Place the dripping pan on the bottom and the rack on top.
BARBECUE
• Insert the rack in position 3 or 4. Place the food in the centre of the rack.
• We recommend that you set the maximum power level. The top heating
element is regulated by a thermostat and may not always be on.
PIZZA MODE
• Use a light aluminium pizza pan. Place it on the rack provided.
For a crispy crust, do not use the dripping pan (prevents crust from forming
by extending cooking time).
• If the pizza has a lot of toppings, we recommend adding the mozzarella
cheese on top of the pizza halfway through the cooking process.
Cooking advice table
Setting made
Type of food
Weight
(in kg)
Position of
the rack from
the oven
bottom
Preheating
time (min.)
Thermostat
setting
Cooking
time
(min.)
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
15
15
15
15
15
200
200
200
180
180
65-75
70-75
70-80
15-20
30-35
Traditional
Duck
Roast veal or beef
Pork roast
Biscuits (short pastry)
Tarts
Baking
Tarts
Fruit cakes
Plum cake
Sponge cake
Stuffed pancakes (on 2 racks)
Small cakes (on 2 racks)
Cheese puffs (on 2 racks)
Cream puffs (on 3 racks)
Biscuits (on 3 racks)
Meringues (on 3 racks)
0.5
1
0.7
0.5
1.2
0.6
0.4
0.7
0.7
0.5
3
2/3
3
3
2-4
2-4
2-4
1-3-5
1-3-5
1-3-5
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
180
180
180
160
200
190
210
180
180
90
20-30
40-45
40-50
25-30
30-35
20-25
15-20
20-25
20-25
180
Fast cooking
Frozen food
Pizza
Courgette and prawn pie
Country style spinach pie
Turnovers
Lasagne
Golden Rolls
Chicken morsels
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.3
0.5
0.4
0.4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
-
Max
200
220
200
200
180
220
12
20
30-35
25
35
25-30
15-20
Pre-cooked food
Golden chicken wings
0.4
2
-
200
20-25
Fresh Food
Biscuits (short pastry)
Plum cake
Cheese puffs
0.3
0.6
0.2
2
2
2
-
200
180
210
15-18
45
10-12
Multi-cooking
Pizza (on 2 racks)
Lasagne
Lamb
Roast chicken + potatoes
Mackerel
Plum cake
Cream puffs (on 2 racks)
Biscuits (on 2 racks)
Sponge cake (on 1 rack)
Sponge cake (on 2 racks)
Savoury pies
1
1
1
1+1
1
1
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.0
1.5
2-4
3
2
2-4
2
2
2-4
2-4
2
2-4
3
15
10
10
15
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
230
180
180
200
180
170
190
180
170
170
200
15-20
30-35
40-45
60-70
30-35
40-50
20-25
10-15
15-20
20-25
25-30
Pizza
Pizza
Roast veal or beef
Chicken
0.5
1
1
3
2
2/3
15
10
10
220
220
180
15-20
25-30
60-70
Barbecue
Soles and cuttlefish
Squid and prawn kebabs
Cod filet
Grilled vegetables
Veal steak
Cutlets
Hamburgers
Mackerels
Toasted sandwiches
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
n.° 4
4
4
4
3/4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
8-10
6-8
10
10-15
15-20
15-20
7-10
15-20
2-3
Gratin
Grilled chicken
Cuttlefish
1.5
1.5
3
3
5
5
200
200
55-60
30-35
! cooking times are approximate and may vary according to personal taste. When cooking using the grill or
gratin, the dripping pan must always be placed on the 1st oven rack from the bottom.
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The electronic programmer
DISPLAY
END OF
COOKING icon
CLOCK icon
DURATION
icon
TIMER icon
DECREASE TIME
button
INCREASE TIME
button
SET TIME
button
Setting the clock
! The clock may be set when the oven is switched off or when it is switched
on, provided that a the end time of a cooking cycle has not been programmed
previously.
After the appliance has been connected to the mains, or after a blackout, the
icon and the four numerical digits on the DISPLAY will begin to flash.
1. Press the
button several times until the
icon and the four digits on
the display begin to flash.
2. Use the “ ” and “ ” buttons to adjust the time; if you press and hold either
button, the display will scroll through the values more quickly, making it quicker
and easier to set the desired value.
3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
button again to finalise the setting.
Setting the timer
! This function does not interrupt cooking and does not affect the oven; it is
simply used to activate the buzzer when the set amount of time has elapsed.
1. Press the
button several times until the
icon and the three digits
on the display begin to flash.
2. Use the “ ” and “ ” buttons to set the desired time; if you press and hold either
button, the display will scroll through the values more quickly, making it quicker
and easier to set the value.
3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
button again to finalise the setting.
The display will then show the time as it counts down. When this period of
time has elapsed the buzzer will be activated.
Programming cooking
! A cooking mode must be selected before programming can take place.
Programming the cooking duration
1. Press the
button several times until the
icon and the three digits
on the DISPLAY begin to flash.
2. Use the “ ” and “ ” buttons to set the desired duration; if you press and
hold either button, the display will scroll through the values more quickly,
making it quicker and easier to set the value.
3. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
button again to finalise the setting.
4. When the set time has elapsed, the text END appears on the DISPLAY,
the oven will stop cooking and a buzzer sounds. Press any button to stop it.
• For example: it is 9:00 a.m. and a time of 1 hour and 15 minutes is
programmed. The programme will stop automatically at 10:15 a.m.
Setting the end time for a cooking mode
! A cooking duration must be set before the cooking end time can be scheduled.
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1. Follow steps 1 to 3 to set the duration as detailed above.
2. Next, press the
button until the
icon and the four digits on the
DISPLAY begin to flash.
3. use the “ ” and “ ” buttons to adjust the cooking end time; if you press
and hold either button, the display will scroll through the values more quickly,
making it quicker and easier to set the desired value.
4. Wait for 10 seconds or press the
button again to finalise the setting.
5. When the set time has elapsed, the text END appears on the DISPLAY,
the oven will stop cooking and a buzzer sounds.Press any button to stop it.
Programming has been set when the
and
buttons are illuminated. The
DISPLAY shows the cooking end time and the cooking duration alternately.
• For example: It is 9:00 a.m. and a duration of 1 hour has been programmed.
12:30 is scheduled as the end time. The programme will start automatically
at 11:30 a.m.
Cancelling a programme
To cancel a programme:
• press the
button until the icon corresponding to the setting you wish
to cancel and the digits on the display are no longer flashing. Press the “
” button until the digits 00:00 appear on the display.
• Press and hold the “ ” and “ ” buttons; this will cancel all the settings
selected previously, including timer settings.
Precautions and tips
! This appliance has been designed and manufactured in compliance with
international safety standards. The following warnings are provided for safety
reasons and must be read carefully.
General safety
• The appliance was designed for domestic use inside the home and is
not intended for commercial or industrial use.
• The appliance must not be installed outdoors, even in covered areas. It is
extremely dangerous to leave the appliance exposed to rain and storms.
• When moving or positioning the appliance, always use the handles
provided on the sides of the oven.
• Do not touch the appliance while barefoot or with wet or damp hands and
feet.
• The appliance must be used by adults only for the preparation of
food, in accordance with the instructions provided in this booklet.
Any other use of the appliance (e.g. for heating the room) constitutes
improper use and is dangerous. The manufacturer may not be held
responsible for any damage caused as a result of improper, incorrect
and unreasonable use of the appliance.
• Do not touch the heating elements or certain parts of the oven door
when the appliance is in use; these parts become extremely hot.
Keep children well away from the appliance.
• Make sure that the power supply cables of other electrical appliances do
not come into contact with the hot parts of the oven.
• The ventilation and heat dispersal openings must never be obstructed.
• Always grip the oven door handle in the centre: the ends may be hot.
• Always use oven gloves when placing cookware in the oven or when
removing it.
• Do not use aluminium foil to line the bottom of the oven.
• Do not place flammable materials in the oven: if the appliance is switched
on accidentally, the materials could catch fire.
• Always make sure the knobs are in the “●”/“○” position when the appliance
is not in use.
• When unplugging the appliance, always pull the plug from the mains
socket; do not pull on the cable.
• Do not perform any cleaning or maintenance work without having
disconnected the appliance from the electricity mains.
• If the event of malfunctions, under no circumstances should you attempt
to perform the repairs yourself. Contact an authorised Service Centre (see
Assistance).
• Do not rest objects on the open oven door.
• Do not let children play with the appliance.
• The appliance should not be operated by people (including children)
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capacities, by inexperienced
individuals or by anyone who is not familiar with the product. These
individuals should, at the very least, be supervised by someone who
assumes responsibility for their safety or receive preliminary instructions
relating to the operation of the appliance.
• The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external
timer or separate remote-control system.
The crossed out “wheeled bin” symbol on the product reminds you of your
obligation, that when you dispose of the appliance it must be separately
collected.
Consumers should contact their local authority or retailer for information
concerning the correct disposal of their old appliance.
Respecting and conserving the environment
• Whenever possible, avoid pre-heating the oven and always try to fill it.
Open the oven door as little as possible because heat is lost every time
it is opened. To save a substantial amount of energy, simply switch off
the oven 5 to 10 minutes before the end of your planned cooking time
and use the heat the oven continues to generate.
• Automatic programmes are based on standard food product.
• Keep gaskets clean and tidy to prevent any door energy losses
• If you have a timed tariff electricity contract, the “delay cooking” option
will make it easier to save money by moving operation to cheaper time
periods.
Disposal
• When disposing of packaging material: observe local legislation so that
the packaging may be reused.
• The European Directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE), requires that old household electrical
appliances must not be disposed of in the normal unsorted municipal
waste stream. Old appliances must be collected separately in order
to optimise the recovery and recycling of the materials they contain
and reduce the impact on human health and the environment.
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Maintenance and care
Switching the appliance off
Disconnect your appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out
any work on it.
! ATTENTION
WHEN USING THE MAIN OVEN
YOU MUST ENSURE THAT THE
BASE OF THE CAVITY IS NOT
Cleaning the appliance
• The stainless steel or enamel-coated external parts and the rubber seals
may be cleaned using a sponge that has been soaked in lukewarm water
and neutral soap. Use specialised products for the removal of stubborn
stains. After cleaning, rinse and dry thoroughly. Do not use abrasive
powders or corrosive substances.
• The inside of the oven should ideally be cleaned after each use, while it is
still lukewarm. Use hot water and detergent, then rinse well and dry with
a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive products.
• All accessories - with the exception of the sliding racks - can be washed
like everyday crockery, and are even dishwasher safe.
• We recommend that detergents are not sprayed directly onto the control
panel, but that a sponge is used instead.
! Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on the appliance.
COVERED WITH ALUMINUM
FOIL, UTENSIL OR ANY OTHER
FORM OF COVERING. FAILURE
TO DO THIS MAY RESULT IN
THE CAVITY BEING DAMAGED.
Replacing the light bulb
Cleaning the oven door
Clean the glass part of the oven door using a sponge and a non-abrasive
cleaning product, then dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. Do not use rough
abrasive material or sharp metal scrapers as these could scratch the surface
and cause the glass to crack. For more thorough cleaning purposes, the oven
door may be removed:
1. Open the oven door fully (see diagram);
2. Lift up and turn the small levers located on the two hinges (see diagram);
To replace the oven light bulb:
1. Remove the glass cover of the lampholder.
2. Remove the light bulb and replace it with
a similar one: Wattage 25 W, cap E 14.
3. Replace the glass cover (see diagram).
! Do not use the oven lamp as/for ambient lighting.
Sliding rack kit assembly
To assemble the sliding racks:
1. Remove the two frames, lifting them
away from the spacers A (see figure).
A
Grip the door on the two external sides and
close it approximately half way.Pull the door
towards you lifting it out of its seat (see
diagram).
Left
guide rail
Right guide
rail
B
To replace the door, reverse this sequence.
Inspecting the seals
Check the door seals around the oven regularly. If the seals are damaged,
please contact your nearest Service Centre (see Assistance). We recommend
that the oven is not used until the seals have been replaced.
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2. Choose which shelf to use with the
sliding rack. Paying attention to the
direction in which the sliding rack is to be
extracted, position joint B and then joint C
on the frame.
3. Secure the two frames with the guide
rails using the holes provided on the oven
walls (see diagram). The holes for the left
frame are situated at the top, while the
holes for the right frame are at the bottom.
4. Finally, fit the frames on the spacers A.
! Do not place the sliding racks in position 5.
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Product Guarantee and Repair Information
Guarantee
12 Months Parts and Labour Guarantee
Your appliance has benefit of our manufacturer’s guarantee, which covers
the cost of breakdown repairs for twelve months from the date of purchase.
This gives you the reassurance that if, within that time, your appliance is proven
to be defective because of either workmanship or materials, we will, at our
discretion, either repair or replace the appliance at no cost to you:
This guarantee is subject to the following conditions:
- The appliance has been installed and operated correctly and in accordance
with our operating and maintenance instructions.
- The appliance is used only on the electricity or gas supply printed on the
rating plate.
- The appliance has been used for normal domestic purposes only.
- The appliance has not been altered, serviced, maintained, dismantled, or
otherwise interfered with by any person not authorised by us.
- Any repair work must be undertaken by us or our appointed agent.
- Any parts removed during repair work or any appliance that is replaced
become our property.
- The appliance is used in the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland.
The guarantee does not cover:
- Damage resulting from transportation, improper use, neglect or interference
or as a result of improper installation.
- Replacement of any consumable item or accessory. These include but
are not limited to:plugs,cables,batteries,light bulbs,fluorescent tubes and
starters, covers and filters.
- Replacement of any removable parts made of glass or plastic.
THIS GUARANTEE WILL NOT APPLY IF THE APPLIANCE HAS BEEN
USED IN COMMERCIAL OR NON-DOMESTIC PREMISES.
GB
Recycling and Disposal Information
As part of Hotpoint’s continued commitment to helping the environment,
Hotpoint reserves the right to use quality, recycled components to keep down
customer costs and minimise material wastage.
Please dispose of packaging and old appliances carefully. To minimise the
risk of injury to children, remove the door, plug, and cut the mains cable off
flush with the appliance.Dispose of these parts separately to ensure that the
appliance can no longer be plugged into mains socket, and the door cannot
be locked shut.
Repairs and After Sales
For product help and advice, repairs, spare parts or accessories, we’re here
to help.
For local repair engineers - 03448 111 606
ROI - 0818 313 413
UK standard local rate applies
ROI local Irish rate applies
For Parts and Accessories visit:
parts.hotpoint.co.uk/shop
Please remember to register your appliance at www.hotpointservice.co.uk
to activate your 10 year parts guarantee.
Please note, our advisors will require the following information:
Model number:
Serial number:
11
195129508.01
04/2015 - XEROX FABRIANO
GB
Indesit Company S.p.A.
Viale Aristide Merloni,47
60044 Fabriano (AN)
www.indesit.com.uk
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