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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
OP8620
Instructions for use
Pyrolytic oven
Dear customer,
Thank you for choosing this quality product from ASKO.
We hope it will meet all of your expectations and full fill your needs
for many years to come.
The Scandinavian design is a combination of clean lines, everyday
functionality and high quality. This is the hallmarks for all of our
products and this is why they are so highly appreciated all over the
world.
To get the most out of your new ASKO product, we recommend that
you read the installation and operating instructions before using the
machine.
Safety
Safety recommendations
This appliance is intended for Domestic
Cooking use and should be used in
accordance with the information and
instructions included within this manual.
Any deviation from this may result in
damage or personal injury.
— This oven was designed for use by
private persons in their homes. It is
intended solely for cooking foodstuffs. This
oven does not contain any asbestos-based
components.
— The appliance is not intended for use by
young children or infirm persons unless
they have been adequately supervised by
a responsible person to ensure that they
can use the appliance safely.
— Young children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
Accessible parts will become hot when in
use. To avoid burns and scalds children
should be kept away.
— Do not use a steam cleaner to clean a
hob, oven or range.
— Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of
the appliance when it is in operation.
— Accessible parts will become hot when
in use. To avoid burns and scalds children
should be kept away.
— Always turn the grill off immediately after
use as fat left there may catch fire.
— When you receive the appliance,
unpack or have it unpacked immediately.
Give it an overall inspection. Make note of
any concerns or reservations on the
delivery slip and make sure to keep a copy
of this form.
— Your appliance is intended for standard
household use. Do not use it for
commercial or industrial purposes or for
any other purpose than that for which it
was designed.
— Do not modify or attempt to modify any
of the characteristics of this appliance. This
would be dangerous to your safety.
— Never pull your appliance by the door
handle.
— Before using your oven for the first time,
heat it up while empty for approximately
30 minutes. Ensure that the room is
sufficiently ventilated. You may notice a
particular odour or a small amount of
smoke. All of this is normal.
— During cooking, ensure that the door of
your oven is firmly closed so that the seal
can properly fulfil its function.
— When in use, the appliance becomes
hot. Do not touch the heating elements
located inside the oven. You are at risk of
incurring serious burns.
— When inserting or removing your dishes
from the oven, do not bring your hands
near to the upper heating elements; use
insulated cooking mitts.
— After cooking, do not touch the
cookware (grid, turnspit, etc.) with bare
hands
— Never place aluminium paper directly in
contact with the bottom element (See the
“Description of your oven” chapter), the
accumulated heat could cause
deterioration of the enamel.
— Do not place heavy items on the open
oven door; ensure that children cannot
climb or sit on it.
— To avoid damaging the control panel of
your appliance, do not leave the door open
when the oven is functioning or still hot.
— The oven must be turned off for all
attempts to clean the cavity.
— Intensive and prolonged use of the
appliance may require additional ventilation
achieved by opening the window or
increasing the power of the mechanical
fan. In addition to the accessories provided
with your oven, only use dishes that are
resistant to high temperatures (follow
manufacturer’s instructions).
— After using your oven, ensure that all the
controls are in the off position.
During use some external parts of this
appliance become hot. They can remain
hot for some time after the oven has been
turned off. Care should be taken to avoid
burns.Children should be kept away at all
time during use and in the cool down
periods to safeguard against burns.
Safety
Care for the environment
— This appliance’s packing materials are
recyclable. Recycle them and play
a role in protecting the environment
by depositing them in municipal
containers provided for this
purpose.
— Your appliance also contains many
recyclable materials. It is therefore marked
with this logo to indicate that used
appliances must not be mixed with other
waste. Recycling of the appliances
organised by your manufacturer will thus
be undertaken in optimum conditions,in
accordance with European directive
2002/96/CE relative to electrical and
electronic equipment waste. Consult your
city hall or your retailer to find the drop-off
points for used appliances that is nearest
to your home.
— We thank you for your help in protecting
the environment.
Warnings
Warnings
Installation should only be performed
by qualified installers and technicians.
This appliance complies with the
following European directives:
- Low Voltage Directive 73/23/CEE
modified by directive 93/68/CEE for
attribution of CE approval.
- Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive 89/336/CEE modified by
directive 93/68/CEE for attribution of
CE approval.
- CE Regulation 1935/2004 concerning
materials and objects designed to
come into contact with foodstuffs.
Keep this user guide with your
appliance. If the appliance is ever sold
or transferred to another person,
ensure that the new owner receives the
user guide. Please become familiar
with these recommendations before
installing and using your oven. They
were written for your safety and the
safety of others.
Ensure the appliance is switched off
before replacing the lamp to avoid the
possibility of electric shock.
Accessible parts will become hot when
in use. To avoid burns and scalds
children should be kept away.
Recommendations
Please read these instructions before
installing and using your oven.
The oven has been designed for domestic
use only for cooking food. No asbestos has
been used in its construction.
Using for the first time
Before you use your oven for the first time,
leave it empty and, with the door closed,
turn it on to maximum temperature and let
it heat up for 15 minutes. This "runs the
oven in". During this time there may be
some smell from the mineral wool that
insulates the oven and there could be
some smoke. This is perfectly normal.
Normal use
- Always close the door properly. The oven
is fitted with a seal designed to work with a
closed door.
- Never lean or let anyone sit on the oven
door when it is open.
- The oven parts and accessories can
become hot when the door is left partially
open and the grill on. Always keep children
at a safe distance.
- When the oven is on it will get hot. Take
care not to touch the heating elements
inside the oven.
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- Always protect your hands with oven
gloves or something similar when removing
food, accessories or containers from the
oven.
- Do not line your oven with kitchen foil.
The metal will increase the heat produced
and could ruin the food and damage the
enamel.
- Before carrying out the pyro-cleaning of
your oven, be sure to remove all oven
accessories and wipe away major spillage.
- Do not use a steam or high-pressure
cleaner.
- During the cleaning cycle accessible
surfaces become much hotter than during
normal cooking. Keep children at a
distance.
- Always check that the oven is off before
you clean the inside.
- For your safety your oven is equipped
with an AUTOMATIC STOP should you
inadvertently forget to turn off your oven.
After 10 hours' operation, the AS
(Automatic Stop) function is activated and
your oven stops heating. AS is displayed in
place of the time and a series of
2 successive pips is sounded for a certain
time.
Contents
Recommendations
Using for the first time
Normal use
Contents
Your oven, how it works
Oven features
Introduction to the programmer
Accessories
Anti-tip safety shelf
Multi-purpose baking tray
(reserved for pastries)
Multi-purpose baking tray
(dripping pan)
45 mm multi-purpose dishFully
accessible sliding rail system
Child safety
Safety activation
Open with safety engaged
Safety deactivation
Using your appliance
Using the programmer
How to set the time
Immediate cooking
Programmed cooking
Cooking with immediate start
and programmed duration
Cooking with delayed start and
chosen cooking end time
Using the timer function
Oven cooking modes
Circulating heat*
Combined heat
Fan grill
Grill high
Conventional
ECO*
Warming oven
Defrosting
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Caring for and cleaning your oven
Perform a pyrolysis
Immediate pyrolysis
Delayed pyrolysis
Cleaning the outer surfaces
Cleaning the door (model WITH
PYROLYSIS function)
Disassembling the door
Troubleshooting
What if…
Installer's information
Connecting up
Housing
General maintenance
Changing the light bulb
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Your oven, how it works
Oven features
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Programmer
2
Temperature selector switch
3
Function selector switch
4
Light
5
Wire shelf supports
Your oven, how it works
Introduction to the programmer
1
Time and cooking time display
2
Locked door indicator
3
ECO cooking indicato
4
Timer display
5
Cooking end time indicator
6
Cooking time indicator
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Time setting buttons
8
Selection button
(cooking time and time)
9.
Temperature display
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Accessories
Anti-tip safety shelf
BACK
FRONT
Food can either be placed on the shelf in a
dish or cake tin for cooking or browning. This
should be used for grilled meat (which should
be placed directly on it).
Multi-purpose baking tray
(reserved for pastries)
This tray has a raised edge and can be
used for baking pastries (choux buns,
meringues, small cakes, flaky pasties, etc).
Inserted in the runners under the shelf, it
catches the cooking juices and fat from
grilled meat. It can also be used half-filled
with water as a double boiler.
Joints should not be cooked in this tray
uncovered because fat could spit all over
the oven sides.
Multi-purpose baking tray
(dripping pan)
This is used to catch the cooking juices
and fat from cooking carried out in the high
grill or pulsed grill settings. It can also be
used as a cooking dish for suitably sized
joints (for example: a chicken surrounded
by vegetables, at medium temperature).
Inserted under the shelf,this pan catches
cooking juices and fat from grilled food. It
can also be used half filled with water as a
double boiler.
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Accessories
45 mm multi-purpose dish
Fully accessible sliding rail
system
Thanks to the new sliding rail system with
support (fully accessible) handling food is
more practical and easier as the trays can
be effortlessly removed for simpler
handling. The trays can be completely
removed, providing full access. Their
stability ensures that food can be handled
safely, reducing the risk of burns. This
means that you can take food out of the
oven far more easily. The drip tray at the
bottom of the oven collects the juice and
fat from roasting, and can be used halffilled with water as a bain-marie. Do not
place meat or poultry directly on the drip
tray for roasting. This would inevitably
produce splashes and dirty the sides of the
oven.
Child safety
Safety activation
- Open the door.
- Press the switch on the panel until the
system is engaged and then close the
door.
Open with safety engaged
- Press the lever and then open the door.
Safety deactivation
- Open the door and press the switch on
the panel.
Warning
Remove the sliding rail system before
starting a PYROLYSIS.
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Using your appliance
Using the programmer
How to set the time
1
Press and hold the “
” button for a few
seconds until the display starts flashing,
then release.
When plugged in
The display flashes 12:00.
Audible beeps indicate that it is now
possible to set the time.
Set the time by pressing the + or – buttons
(holding your finger on the button allows
you to scroll through the numbers rapidly).
Adjust the clock setting with the + and –
buttons.
Press the “
” button to confirm.
Example: 12H30
Press the “
” button to confirm.
The display stops flashing.
2
To set the time on the clock
The function selector switch must be
in the 0 position.
Warning
If there is no confirmation from the
“
”, button, the time is recorded
automatically after a few seconds.
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Using your appliance
Immediate cooking
The programmer should display only the
time.
It should not be flashing.
1
Turn the function selector to the
position of your choice.
Example: position
.
2
Place your dish in the oven based on
the recommendations provided by
the cook book.
After these steps, the oven heats up and
the temperature indicator flashes.
A series of beeps will sound when the oven
reaches the selected temperature. The
temperature stops flashing.
To stop this heating, return the function
selector to 0.
Warning
After a cooking cycle, the cooling fan
continues to operate for a period of
time in order to guarantee optimal oven
reliability.
Your oven recommends the optimal
temperature for the chosen cooking mode.
It is, however, possible to adjust the
temperature by pushing the selection lever
towards + or –.
Warning
All types of cooking are done with the
door closed.
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Using your appliance
Programmed cooking
Cooking with immediate start and
programmed duration
1
Select the desired cooking mode
and adjust the temperature.
2
Press the “
” button until the
cooking time indicator starts to flash
“
”.
The display flashes 0:00 to indicate that
you can now adjust the setting.
After these three steps, the oven heats
up:
A series of beeps will sound when the oven
reaches the selected temperature.
At the end of cooking (end of programmed
time),
- the oven turns off,
- the cooking time indicator and 00:00 both
flash,
- a series of beeps sounds for a few
minutes.
Press any button to stop the beeping.
The display shows the time once again
when the function selector switch is
returned to 0.
3
Press the + or – buttons to set the
desired time.
Example: 30 min. cooking time.
The cooking time is automatically recorded
after a few seconds.
The cooking time display stops flashing.
The countdown of the cooking time begins
immediately after it has been set.
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Using your appliance
Cooking with delayed start and chosen
cooking end time
Cooking with delayed start and chosen
cooking end time
After setting the cooking time,
press the “
” button
until the end of cooking indicator
flashes “
”.
The display flashes to indicate that you can
now adjust the setting.
1
At the end of cooking (end of programmed
time),
- the oven turns off,
- the cooking time indicator and 0:00 both
flash,
- a series of beeps sounds for a few
minutes.
Press any button to stop the beeping.
2
Press the + or - button to set the
desired cooking end time.
Example: end of cooking at 13:00.
The display shows the time once again
when the function selector switch is
returned to 0.
The light inside the oven turns on when
cooking starts and goes out when cooking
stops.
The cooking end time is automatically
recorded after a few seconds.
The cooking end time display stops
flashing.
After these 2 steps, the oven heating is
delayed so that cooking ends at 13:00.
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Using your appliance
Using the timer function
Your oven’s programmer can be used
as an independent timer that allows
you to count down a time without
operating the oven.
In this case, the timer display has priority
over the clock display.
1
Press the “
” button until the timer
symbol begins flashing.
–> 0.00 and a small hourglass
both flash.
2
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Adjust the chosen time by pressing
the buttons + or –.
3
Press the “
” to confirm, or wait
for a few seconds.
The display stops flashing after a few
seconds and the timer starts working,
counting down the time in seconds.
Once the time has expired, the timer emits
a series of beeps to notify you.
Press any button to stop the beeping.
Warning
It is possible to change or cancel the
timer at any time.
Oven cooking modes
Circulating heat*
(recommended temperature 180°C
min. 35°C max. 235°C)
• Cooking is by a heating element at the
bottom of the oven and the oven fan.
• Rapid temperature increase: Some
dishes can be placed in the oven while it is
still cold.
• Recommended to retain moisture in white
meat, fish, vegetables.
For cooking multiple items on up to 3
levels.
Fan assisted base
(recommended temperature 205°C
min. 35°C max. 275°C)
• Cooking controlled by the bottom element
combined with a slight dose of the grill and
the fan.
• Cooking heat from the bottom with a
small amount of heat from the top.
• Place the grid on the lowest shelf support.
• Recommended for moist dishes (quiches,
juicy fruit tarts, etc...).
The crust will be thoroughly cooked on the
bottom.
Recommended for dishes that rise (cakes,
brioche, kugelhopf...) and for soufflés that
will not be hampered by a crust formed on
the top.
Combined heat
(recommended temperature 205°C
min. 35°C max. 275°C)
• Cooking is controlled by the upper and
lower heating elements and by the fan.
• Rapid temperature increase: Some
dishes can be placed in the oven while it is
still cold.
• Recommended for meats, fish and
vegetables, preferably placed in a
terracotta dish.
Fan grill
(recommended temperature 200°C
min. 180°C max. 230°C)
• Cooking controlled, alternately, by the
upper element and by oven fan.
• Preheating is unnecessary. Roasts and
poultry are juicy and crispy all over.
• Slide the drip tray onto the bottom shelf
support.
• Recommended for all poultry and spit
roasts, to thoroughly cook legs and large
cuts of beef. To keep fish steaks moist.
Grill high
(recommended temperature 275°C
min. 180°C max. 275°C)
• Cooking done by the upper element.
• Cooking done by the upper element.
• Recommended for grilling chops,
sausages, toast or prawns, placed on the
grid.
Conventional
(recommended temperature 240°C
min. 35°C max. 275°C)
• Cooking done by the upper and lower
elements.
• After preheating, you will cook most of
your dishes, recommended for making
sure white meat, fish, and vegetables stay
moist.
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Oven cooking modes
ECO*
(recommended temperature 200°C
min. 35°C max. 275°C)
• Cooking controlled by the upper and
lower heating elements.
• This position allows for energy savings
while preserving the quality of the cooking.
• The ECO position is used for energy label
performance.
• All cooking is done without preheating.
Warming oven
recommended temperature 80°C
min. 35°C max. 100°C)
• Heat regulated by the upper and lower
elements with use of fan.
• Recommended for leaving breads to rise
(keeping temperature below 40°C),
keeping dishes warm and thawing food.
Defrosting
(recommended temperature 30°C
min. 30°C max. 50°C)
• You can use your oven for defrosting,
with just a limited amount of heat as the fan
which circulates the air around the oven
accelerates the exchange of temperatures
between the dish and the appliance.
• Recommended for defrosting fragile
foodstuffs (strawberries and raspberries
etc.). By slightly increasing the temperature
you can defrost foodstuffs to be cooked
immediately afterwards (meat, etc.).
• Take care that you do not "overdefrost" the food, leading to it being
partially cooked. Meat should be placed
on the oven shelf on the second level to
avoid it coming into contact with the juices
produced during defrosting (placing the
dripping pan on the first level).
* Program(s) used to obtain the results indicated on the energy label in accordance with European
standard EN 50304 and European Directive 2002/40/CE.
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Caring for and cleaning your oven
Perform a pyrolysis
Immediate pyrolysis
1
2
Remove the grids and trays from the
oven and clean any major spill
residue.
Check that the programmer is
displaying the time of day and that it
is not flashing.
The symbol displays in the programmer to
indicate that the door is locked.
When pyrolysis finishes, 0:00 starts
flashing.
You can choose 2 durations of pyrolysis:
pyrolysis lasting 1 hour 30 minutes.
To return to the time of day, set the
function selector to stop.
pyrolysis lasting 2 hours.
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Turn the function selector to the
desired pyrolysis setting.
4
When the oven is cool, use a damp
cloth to remove the white ashes.
Example: 1 hr 30 mins.
When pyrolysis starts, the symbol displays
in the programmer as well as the duration
of the pyrolysis cycle.
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Caring for and cleaning your oven
Notes
The cleaning temperature cannot be
adjusted. During the pyrolysis cycle, the
oven lighting is off. If your oven is not clean
after a pyrolysis cycle, you waited too long
before launching a cleaning cycle. Repeat
the cycle.
Delayed pyrolysis
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2
3
Follow the instructions described in
the section “Immediate pyrolysis”,
then:
Turn the function selector to the
desired pyrolysis setting.
Press the
button.
The end of cooking symbol flashes
to indicate that it is now possible to
set it.
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Press the + or – button to set the
desired end time.
After these steps, the beginning of
pyrolysis is delayed so that it finishes at
18:00.
When the pyrolysis cycle is over, return the
function selector to stop.
Warning
During Pyrolytic Cleaning the Oven
becomes very hot. Allow extra time
making sure the oven has cooled
sufficiently before opening the door.
The Cleaning function
Cleaning the outer surfaces
To clean both the electronic programmer
window and the oven door, use a window
washing product applied to a soft cloth.
Do not use abrasive creams or scouring
sponges.
A
Cleaning the door (model WITH
PYROLYSIS function)
Disassembling the door
A
Lever these parts to release the glass.
Warning
Before removing the glass, allow the
appliance to cool down.
1
Open the door completely and block
it open using the two red stops.
They are supplied with your
machine in the plastic pack.
CLIC
CLIC
3
Clean the glass using a soft sponge
and washing-up liquid.
Do not immerse the glass in water.
Do not use abrasive creams or scouring
sponges. Rinse with clean water and dry
off with a lint-free cloth.
Warning
2
Remove the first attached window as
follows:
Insert the two red stops in the A slots
designed for this.
Do not use abrasive cleaning products
or hard metallic scrapers for cleaning
the oven’s glass door, as they could
scuff the surface and cause the glass
to shatter.
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The Cleaning function
4
If necessary, remove the door’s inner
glass assembly. This assembly is
composed of one or two sheets of
glass (depending on model), each of which
has a black rubber corner pad.
L
R
5
After cleaning, reposition the four
rubber pads, taking care to follow the
indications on the glass:
* top left: L
* top right: R
6
Place your inner glass assembly in
the door so that L and R are located
on the hinge side.
- If your oven is equipped with a single
inner sheet of glass, it must be located as
close as possible to the clipped glass.
7
Clip in your last glass sheet by
placing the indication “PYROLYSIS”
so that it faces you.
CLAC
CLAC
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8
Remove the red plastic stops.
Your appliance is again operational.
Warning
Before beginning pyrolysis, remove all
the accessories inside the oven,
including all cookware.
Before beginning pyrolysis, clean any
major spill residue that may have
occurred to avoid the risk of a fire or
the production of excessive smoke.
- During pyrolysis, the surfaces
become hotter than during normal use;
children must be kept away.
- Do not cover the interior of the oven
with aluminium foil. This would
damage the enamel on the oven
cavity..
The door effectively locks a few
minutes after the start of the cycle.
Pyrolysis stops automatically. When
the temperature reaches approximately
275°C, it is then possible to open the
door.
Troubleshooting
What if…
IF YOU REALIZE
THAT
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The oven isn't heating.
• The oven isn't connected to the
power supply.
• The fuse has blown.
• The temperature selected is too low.
- Connect to power supply.
- Change the fuse, checking that it is
16A.
- Increase the temperature selected.
The lock symbol is
flashing on and off.
• The door lock is faulty.
- Contact the After-Sales Service.
The light inside the
oven isn't working.
• The lamp is unusable.
• The oven isn't connected to the
power supply or the fuse has blown.
- Change the bulb.
- Connect to power supply or change
fuse.
Cleaning by pyrolysis
has not occurred.
• The door is not shut properly.
• The door-locking system is faulty.
• The temperature sensor is faulty.
• The plate that detects when the door
is shut is faulty.
- Check the door is properly closed
- Contact the After-Sales Service.
- Contact the After-Sales Service.
- Contact the After-Sales Service.
• During cooking.
- The temperature of your choice has
been reached.
- Your programmed cooking cycle is
complete.
Your oven makes a
beeping noise
• When cooking is complete.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
- Normal operation.
Your oven is displaying • When you press the buttons.
• The cooker controls are locked (child - To stop this, press on the button and
a
.
safety).
choose "Unlock".
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Installer's information
Connecting up
As a specialist, you alone are competent to
install and connect up ASKO appliances.
Our guarantee therefore applies only and
exclusively to appliances which have been
installed and connected up by you in
accordance with the provisions of current
regulations.
Electricity meter (mains)
(20A, singlephase 220-240 V
alternating current 50 Hz)
220-240 V single phase
alternating current supply
Fused 16A or
differential circuit breaker
Socket
2 -pin with earth
Failure to meet this requirement would
incur the fitter's liability and release the
ASKO company from any liability.
The electrical connections are made before
the oven is installed in its housing.
• The oven must be connected using an
approved 3-core cable (live, neutral and
earth) with 1.5 mm square conductors.
This should be connected via a 3- pinsocket (live, neutral, and earth to the main
supply which should be should be a 220240V, alternating single-phase current.
If the oven is not connected using a plug
and socket, it must be connected to a
multi-pole switch with a minimum gap of
3 mm between contacts. The earth wire
(green and yellow) should be connected to
the terminal marked with the earth symbol
on the appliance and to the earth in the
switch.
• Where the oven is connected using a
separate plug and socket this must be
accessible after the oven has been
installed.
• The neutral wire (blue) of the oven must
be connected to the neutral in the main
supply.
• Tighten the clamp to hold the cable.
• Close the trapdoor using the two screws.
• The supply cable (H05 RR-F, H05 RN-F
or H05 W-F) must be long enough to allow
the oven to rest on the floor in front of its
housing.
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Connecting cable
approx 1.50 m. long
With the oven sitting on the floor and
disconnected:
• Open the trapdoor at the bottom right
hand side at the back of the oven by
removing the 2 screws and swinging the
door away.
• Remove the sheath from each wire in the
new cable up to 12 mm.
• Twist the ends carefully together.
• Unscrew the terminal screws and remove
the wires that need changing.
• Pass the new cable through the wire
clamp to the right of the terminals.
• Connect the wires up in accordance with
the markings on the terminals.
• Make sure all wires are trapped under the
screws.
• The brown wire (live) going to terminal
marked L.
• The green and yellow wire (earth) going
to the one marked
.
• The blue wire (neutral) going to the
terminal marked N.
• Tighten the screws and check, by tugging
on each wire, that they are firmly
connected.
• Tighten the clamp to hold the cable.
• Close the trapdoor using the two screws.
Installer's information
Housing
NB
The oven may be housed either under
a work surface or built into a column
that is open* or closed with a suitable
opening.
Your oven works at its best and produces
excellent results when cooking and
cleaning itself, if its air circulation is not
compromised:
• The oven must be centred in the unit so
that there is a minimum distance of 5 mm
between it and the surrounding unit.
• The housing unit or its outer surface must
be capable of withstanding heat.
• To ensure the oven rests firmly in the
housing, screw it to the housing unit using
the holes on the side uprights provided
(see diagram).
To do this:
Remove the rubber stoppers
masking the fixing holes.
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2
3
4
Fixation
screw position
Cutout 50x50
Fixation
crew position
To prevent the housing unit
splintering, drill two holes 3 mm in
diameter in the wall of the housing
unit opposite the fixing holes.
Attach the oven using the two
screws.
Conceal the hole using the rubber
stoppers. (These also help to
cushion the closing of the oven
door).
Warnings
Installation, maintenance or repairs
should be carried out only by a suitably
recognized qualified person.
This appliance is designed to be built
in and fastened securely so as to
prevent tipping:
See - Installers Information.
(*) If the housing unit is open at the back, the gap
must not be more than 70 mm.
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General maintenance
Leave the oven to cool down before
cleaning it manually.
In general, don't use any type of
scouring powder or metal-backed
sponge, or any sharp objects for
cleaning.
- Make sure the oven is switched off
and not hot.
- Avoid touching heating elements.
Changing the light bulb
• The bulb is located in the top of the oven.
Bulb fitting
Unscrew
Protective shade
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2
3
Unscrew the protective shade (see
diagram).
Pull the bulb out.
The bulb used is a:
- 15 W
- 220-240 V
- 300°C
- E14 Cap
Change the bulb, replace the shade
and switch your oven back on at the
mains.
Warning
Switch off the power at the main switch
before attempting to change the bulb.
Leave the oven to cool if necessary.
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After-sales service
Service calls
Any repairs that are made to your
appliance must be handled by a qualified
professional authorised to work on the
brand. When you call, mention your
appliance’s complete reference (model,
type, serial number).
This information appears on the
manufacturer’s nameplate.
BRANDT APPLIANCES SAS
7 rue Henri Becquerel
92500 RUEIL MALMAISON
230V ~ 50 Hz
Genuine replacement parts
During maintenance work, request that
only certified genuine replacement
parts are used.
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