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24 GB Installation ! Before placing your new appliance into operation please read these operating instructions carefully. It contains important information concerning the safe installation and operation of the appliance. ! Please keep these operating instructions for future reference. Make sure that the instructions are kept with the appliance if it is sold, given away or moved. ! The appliance must be installed by a qualified professional in accordance with the instructions provided. ! Any necessary adjustment or maintenance must be performed after the cooker has been disconnected from the electricity supply. Room ventilation The appliance may only be installed in permanently- ventilated rooms, according to current national legislation. The room in which the appliance is installed must be ventilated adequately in order to provide as much air as is needed by the normal gas combustion process (the flow of air must not be lower than 2 m3 /h per kW of installed power). The air inlets, protected by grilles, should have a duct with an inner cross section of at least 100 cm2 and should be positioned so that they are not liable to even partial obstruction (see figure A). These inlets should be enlarged by 100% - with a minimum of 200 cm2 - whenever the surface of the hob is not equipped with a flame failure safety device. When the flow of air is provided in anindirectmannerfromadjacentrooms(seefigureB),provided that these are not communal parts of a building, areas with increased fire hazards or bedrooms, the inlets should be fitted with a ventilation duct leading outside as described above. A Examples of ventilation holes for comburant air. Enlarging the ventilation slot between window and floor. Adjacent Room Room to be Vented A B !After prolonged use of the appliance, it is advisable to open a window or increase the speed of any fans used. Disposing of combustion fumes The efficient disposal of combustion fumes should be guaranteed using a hood which is connected to a safe and efficient natural suction chimney, or using an electric fan which begins to operate automatically every time the appliance is switched on (see figure). In a chimney stack or branched flue. (exclusively for cooking appliances) Directly to the Outside ! The liquefied petroleum gases are heavier than air and collect by the floor, therefore all rooms containing LPG cylinders must have openings leading outside so that any leaked gas can escape easily. LPG cylinders, therefore, whether partially or completely full, must not be installed or stored in rooms or storage areas which are below ground level (cellars, etc.). Only the cylinder being used should be stored in the room; this should also be kept well away from sources of heat (ovens, chimneys, stoves) which may cause the temperature of the cylinder to rise above 50°C. Positioning and levelling ! The appliance may be installed alongside any cupboards whose height does not exceed that of the hob surface. !Makesurethatthewallincontactwiththebackoftheappliance ismadefromanon-flammable,heat-resistantmaterial(T90°C). To install the appliance correctly: • Place it in the kitchen, the dining room or the studio flat (not in the bathroom). • If the top of the hob is higher than the cupboards, the appliance must be installed at least 500 mm away from them. HOOD 420 Min. min. 650 mm. with hood min. 700 mm. without hood mm. 600 Min. mm. 420 Min. mm. • If the cooker is installed underneath a wall cabinet, there must be a minimum distance of 420 mm between this cabinet and the top of the hob. This distance should be increased to 700 mm if the wall cabinets are flammable (see figure). • Do not position blinds behind the cooker or less than 200 mm away from its sides. • Any hoods must be installed in accordance with the instructions listed in the relevant operating manual. Levelling If it is necessary to level the appliance, screw the adjustable feet into the places provided on each corner of the base of the cooker (see figure). Electrical connection Install a standardised plug corresponding to the load indicated on the appliance data plate (see Technical data 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. Before connecting the appliance to the power supply, make sure that:
GB 25 • 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 by 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. ! The manufacturer declines any liability should these safety measures not be observed. 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. Gas connection Connection to the gas network or to the gas cylinder may be carried out using a flexible rubber or steel hose, in accordance with current national legislation and after making sure that the appliance is suited to the type of gas with which it will be supplied (see the rating sticker on the cover: if this is not the case see below). When using liquid gas from a cylinder, install a pressure regulator which complies with current national regulations. ! Make sure that the gas supply pressure is consistent with the values indicated in the Table of burner and nozzle specifications (see below). This will ensure the safe operation and durability of your appliance while maintaining efficient energy consumption. Gas connection using a flexible rubber hose Make sure that the hose complies with current national legislation.The internal diameter of the hose must measure: 8 mm for a liquid gas supply;13 mm for a methane gas supply. Once the connection has been performed, make sure that the hose: • Does not come into contact with any parts which reach temperatures of over 50°C. • Is not subject to any pulling or twisting forces and that it is not kinked or bent. • Does not come into contact with blades, sharp corners or moving parts and that it is not compressed. • Is easy to inspect along its whole length so that its condition may be checked. • Is shorter than 1500 mm. • Fits firmly into place at both ends, where it will be fixed using clamps which comply with current regulations. ! If one or more of these conditions is not fulfilled or if the cooker must be installed according to the conditions listed for class 2 - subclass 1 appliances (installed between two cupboards), the flexible steel hose must be used instead (see below). Connecting a flexible jointless stainless steel pipe to a threaded attachment Make sure that the hose and gaskets comply with current national legislation. To begin using the hose, remove the hose holder on the appliance (the gas supply inlet on the appliance is a cylindrical threaded 1/2 gas male attachment). ! Perform the connection in such a way that the hose length does not exceed a maximum of 2 metres, making sure that the hose is not compressed and does not come into contact with moving parts. Checking the connection for leaks When the installation process is complete, check the hose fittings for leaks using a soapy solution. Never use a flame. Adapting to different types of gas It is possible to adapt the appliance to a type of gas other than the default type (this is indicated on the rating label on the cover). Adapting the hob Replacing the nozzles for the hob burners: 1. Remove the hob grids and slide the burners off their seats. 2. Unscrew the nozzles using a 7 mm socket spanner (see figure), and replace them with nozzles suited to the new type of gas (see Burner and nozzle specifications table). 3. Replace all the components by following the above instructions in reverse. Replacing the nozzles on separate “double flame “ burners 1. remove the grids and slide the burners from their housings. The burner consists of 2 separate parts (see figure); 2. unscrew the burers with a 7 mm wrench spanner. The internal burner has a nozzle, the external burner has two (of the same size). Replace the nozzle with models suited to the new type of gas (see table 1). 3. replace all the components by repeating the steps in reverse order.
26 GB Adjusting the hob burners’ minimum setting: 1. Turn the tap to the minimum position. 2. Remove the knob and adjust the regulatory screw, which is positioned inside or next to the tap pin, until the flame is small but steady. ! If the appliance is connected to a liquid gas supply, the regulatory screw must be fastened as tightly as possible. 3. While the burner is alight, quickly change the position of the knob from minimum to maximum and vice versa several times, checking that the flame is not extinguished. ! The hob burners do not require primary air adjustment. ! After adjusting the appliance so it may be used with a different type of gas, replace the old rating label with a new one which corresponds to the new type of gas (these labels are available fromAuthorised TechnicalAssistance Centres). ! Should the gas pressure used be different (or vary slightly) from the recommendedpressure,asuitablepressureregulator must be fitted to the inlet hose in accordance with current national regulations relating to “regulators for channelled gas”. Gas oven (CP 057 GT S): • Open the oven door (to reach the oven burner, remove the floor); • loosen the 2 screws which hold the oven burner in place, remove the burner and replace the nozzles “N” with suitable ones for the new type of gas according to the table “Burner and nozzle characteristics”. • re-assemble all the components, regulate the air in the burner as well as the minimum flow of the tap. Adjusting the low flame • Open the door and remove the oven floor; • put the oven knob to position maximum and light the burner; • close the door and wait for about 15 minutes; • put the knob to position 1 (minimum); • remove the actual knob and regulate the adjusting screw situated above the thermostat spindle; • after regulating the low flame as required, with the burner lit, change from the high to the low flame position abruptly for a few times and close the oven door normally, making sure that the burner does not go out. Primary air flow control N P R The oven burners and grill are fitted with the primary air control bushing “R” (gas oven burners). The primary airflowiscontrolledinanappropriate way when the flame is stable and even, without killing the flame when the burner is cold or lighting the nozzle when the burner is hot. The flow may be adjusted by loosening the screw “P” and moving the bushing “R” so that the opening “X” corresponds to the values in the table below. Once all the adjustments have been made, fasten the bushing “R” with the screw “P”. Burner Opening "X" (mm) natural gas "G20" Opening "X" (mm) liquid gas "G30-G31" Oven Grill 6.5 5 16 12 Safety Chain ! In order to prevent the appliance from overturning accidentally, for example in case of a child climbing onto the oven door, the safety chains MUST be installed! The cooker is provided with safety chains that must be fixed with a screw (not supplied as accessory) on the wall behind the appliance, at the same height as the fixing point on the appliance. Make sure that the chains are fixed in the back of the cooker, as shown in the drawing, in such way to be tight and parallel to the floor. ! When the installation process is complete, the chains must be kept in tension!
GB 27 Table of burner and nozzle specifications Table 1 Liquid Gas Natural Gas BURNER Diameter (mm) Thermal power kW (H.s.*) By-pass 1/100 (mm) Nozzle 1/100 Nozzle 1/100 (mm) Flow rate * g/h Flow rate* l/h (mm) Nomin. Reduc. G30 G31 G20 3 Rapid 100 3.00 0.7 40 86 218 214 116 286 2 Semirapid 75 1.65 0.4 30 64 120 118 96 157 1 Auxiliary 55 1.00 0.3 27 50 73 71 71 95 4 Triple Ring 130 3.25 1.3 57 91 236 232 124 309 5 Double flame (DCDR Internal) 30 0.90 0.4 30 44 65 64 74 86 5 Double flame (DCDR External) 130 4.10 1.5 63 70 298 293 110 390 Gas Oven 4.00 0.8 45 95 291 286 142 381 Supply pressure Nominal (mbar) Minimum (mbar) Maximum (mbar) 28-30 20 35 37 25 45 20 17 25 * At 15°C and 1013 mbar - dry gas Propane G31 H.s. = 50.37 MJ/Kg Butane G30 H.s. = 49.47 MJ/Kg Methane G20 H.s. = 37.78 MJ/m3 CP 058 MT.2 S - CP 059 MD.3 (X) F S - CP 059 MT.2 S TABLE OF CHARACTERISTICS Oven dimensions HxLxP 32,9 x 59,5 x 39,4 cm Volume lt. 78 Voltage and frequency see data plate Burners may be adapted for use with any type of gas shown on the data plate. ENERGY LABEL (Electric oven) Directive 2002/40/EC on the label of electric ovens. Standard EN 50304-60350 Energy consumption for Natural convection – heating mode: Convection mode Declared energy consumption for Forced convection Class – heating mode: Fan assisted. This appliance conforms to the following European Economic Community directives: - 2006/95/EEC dated 12/12/06 (Low Voltage) and subsequent amendments - 2004/108/EEC dated 15/12/04 (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and subsequent amendments - 93/68/EEC dated 22/07/93 and subsequent amendments. - 2009/142/EEC dated 30/11/09 (Gas) and subsequent amendments. - 2012/19/EC and subsequent amendments. CP 057 GT S TABLE OF CHARACTERISTICS Oven dimensions HxLxP 33 x 54 x 38 cm Volume lt. 68 Voltage and frequency see data plate Burners may be adapted for use with any type of gas shown on the data plate. This appliance conforms to the following European Economic Community directives: - 2006/95/EEC dated 12/12/06 (Low Voltage) and subsequent amendments - 2004/108/EEC dated 15/12/04 (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and subsequent amendments - 93/68/EEC dated 22/07/93 and subsequent amendments. - 2009/142/EEC dated 30/11/09 (Gas) and subsequent amendments. - 2012/19/EEC and subsequent amendments.
28 GB Start-up and use Using the hob Lighting the burners For each BURNER knob there is a complete ring showing the strength of the flame for the relevant burner. To light one of the burners on the hob: 1. Bring a flame or gas lighter close to the burner. 2. Press the BURNER knob and turn it in an anticlockwise direction so that it is pointing to the maximum flame setting . 3. Adjust the intensity of the flame to the desired level by turning the BURNER knob in an anticlockwise direction. This may be the minimum setting , the maximum setting or any position in between the two. If the appliance is fitted with an electronic lighting device* (see figure), press the BURNER knob and turn it in an anticlockwise direction, towards the minimum flame setting, until the burner is lit. The burner might be extinguished when the knob is released. If this occurs, repeat the process, holding the knob down for a longer period of time. ! If the flame is accidentally extinguished, switch off the burner and wait for at least 1 minute before attempting to relight it. If the appliance is equipped with a flame failure safety device*, press and hold the BURNER knob for approximately 2-3 seconds to keep the flame alight and to activate the device. To switch the burner off, turn the knob until it reaches the stop position ●. The “separate double flame” burner* This burner consists of two concentric burners which can operate either together or separately. Use of the double flame on the maximum setting gives a very high power which reduces cooking times with respect to conventional burners. Moreover the double flame crown provides a more uniform distribution of heat on the bottom of the pan, when using both burners on minimum. To ensure that the double-flame burner is used to its full potential, never set the inside ring to minimum and the outside ring to maximum at the same time. Pots and pans of all sizes can be used. In the case of the smaller pots and pans we recommend the use of only the internal burner. There is a separate control knob for each of the “separate double flame” burners. The knob marked by the symbol operates the external burner; The knob marked by the symbol operates the internal burner. To turn on one of the rings, press the relative knob in all the way and turn it anti-clockwise to the high setting . The burner is fitted with an electronic igniter that automatically starts when the knob is pressed in. Since the burner is equipped with a safety device, after lighting the burner keep the knob pressed in for about 2-3 seconds to allow the device which keeps the flame lit automatically to heat up. Theselectedburnercanberegulatedusingthecorresponding knob, as follows: ● Off Maximum Minimum To switch off the burner, turn the knob in a clockwise direction until it stops (when reaches the “●” position). Practical advice on using the burners For the burners to work in the most efficient way possible and to save on the amount of gas consumed, it is recommended that only pans which have a lid and a flat base are used. They should also be suited to the size of the burner. Burner Rapid (R) Semi-rapid (S) Auxiliary (A) Triple.ring (TC) Double flame (DCDR internal) Double flame (DCDR external) Ø Cookware Diameter (cm) 24 - 26 16 - 22 10 - 14 24 - 26 10 - 14 26 - 28 The hob is fitted with reducing pan stands, which should only be used on auxiliary burner “A” and on the DC-DR (inner) “B”. A B For the best performance of your burners, keep the following in mind: All types of pans can be used on the burners. The important thing is that the bottom should be completely even. * Only available in certain models.
GB 29 WARNING! The glass lid can break in if it is heated up. Turn off all the burners and the electric plates before closing the lid. Applies to the models with glass cover only. Using the oven 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). ! Before operating the product, remove all plastic film from the sides of the appliance. ! 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. GAS OVEN-ELECTRIC GRILL The oven burner features a thermocouple safety device. This device automatically cuts off the gas from the burner in a few seconds should the flame accidentally go out. Lighting the oven burner • open the oven door; • press and turn the thermostat knob “6” (with the symbol ) and set it to maximum; keep it pushed. Should there not be any electric energy, hold a lighted match near the central hole on the oven bottom as in figure; • keep the knob pressed in for around 10 seconds; • release the knob, checking that the flame is stable release the knob, checking that the flame is stable, and hold the door open for approximately 30-40 seconds; • Close the oven door carefully to prevent the flame from going out; • wait around 10-12 minutes before placing any food to be cooked into the oven, so as to preheat the oven suitably; • set the temperature required for cooking by turning the thermostat knob to the positions ranging from 1 to 8 according to the following table: Position Knobs Temperature °C 255 235 215 195 170 135 130 120 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Important: if the burner flame accidentally goes out, the gas continues to exit for a few moments before the safety device activates. Turn the control knob to the off position and do not attempt ignition again for at least 1 minute, thereby letting the gas disperse, which could otherwise be a danger. Electric grill operation To grill food, turn the oven control knob clockwise to position ; the indicator light “7” will also come on. When cooking with the grill, we recommend that you keep the oven door open and that you apply the knob protection shield as indicated in figure. WARNING: when the grill is in operation, the surrounding parts can become very hot. Please keep children away from the cooker. Stop cooking by turning the SELECTOR knob to the “0” position. Oven light To turn the gas oven light on, press button “8” with the symbol . Minute minder “9” This is a buzzer timer situated on the control panel and is suitable for timing up to a max. of 60 minutes. Turn the knob with the symbol until the pointer is aligned with the required time. When the set time has elapsed, a buzzer sounds (it does not turn the oven off). It is advisable to turn the knob to 60 and then back to the time required, even if this less than 60 minutes. Spit - Rotisserie This accessory is to be used exclusively when grilling food. Proceed as follows: insert the meat to be cooked along the length of the spit rod, securing it with the special adjustable forks.
30 GB Introduce the supports “A” and “B” into the holes in the drip tray “E”, rest the rod groove on the seat “C” and insert the oven rack into the lowest guide of the oven; now insert the spit rod into the relative hole, moving the groove forward into seat “D”. Start the grill and the rotisserie by turning the thermostat knob “4” to the position with the symbol. MULTI-FUNCTION OVEN The oven gives nine different heating element combinations; so the most suitable type of cooking for each dish can therefore be chosen, with convincing results. By turning the selector knob “4” marked with the symbol , different cooking functions are obtained, as shown in the table on the right. After having selected the cooking function, set the thermostat knob “3” marked with the symbol to the temperature required. • For traditional cooking (roasts, biscuits, etc.) in conventional mode use the function (hot above + below). Only put the food to be cooked into the oven when it has reached the selected temperature and preferably use just one shelf for cooking. Function Symbol Power 0) Off 1) Oven light 2) Top + Bottom heating elements 3) Bottom heating element 4) Minigrill heating element 5) Grill heating element 6) Grill heating element + fan 7) Top + Bottom heating elements+fan 8) Rear round heating element + fan 9) Fast defrosting — 50 W 2350 W 1300 W 1050 W 2000 W 2050 W 2400 W 2850 W 50 W To provide heat only to the bottom or the top part of the dishes, turn the selector to the position (hot below), or (hot above). • With the function (hot above and below + fan assistance) traditional-type cooking (hot above and below) is combined with fan assistancce. • With this function “fan assisted” heat is transmitted to the foods through pre-heated air made to circulate inside the oven by a fan. The oven heats up very quickly so the food to be cooked may be put into the oven as it is switched on. Cooking is also possible simultaneously on both shelves. • The “fast defrosting“ function uses no heating elements, just the oven light and the fan. • Grill operation: a high heat output is used for grilling, so that the surface of the food is immediately browned; this is particularly indicated for meats which should remain tender on the inside. To grill, turn the selector knob “4” to the position (grill), (grill + fan). During grilling, do not set the thermostat knob to over 200 °C and keep the oven door closed (not even in the monigrill mode). Oven light The oven light comes on automatically when the selector knob is turned to any of its positions. Indicator light “7” It indicates that the oven is heating up. When the light goes out, the required temperature has been reached inside the oven. When the light alternately comes on and goes out, it means that the thermostat is working properly to maintain the oven temperature constant. Timer “2” (mod. CP 058 MT.2 S) Manual operation Turn the timer knob with symbol anti-clockwise and set the marker to symbol (manual). Turn the oven on at the selector knob and set the desired temperature on the thermostat knob. To turn the oven off, turn the timer knob back to its initial position “O”. Operation with cooking time programming Turn the timer knob clockwise, setting the marker to the desired cooking time (from 10 to 120 minutes). Turn the oven on at the selector knob and set the desired temperature on the thermostat knob. Once the countdown is over, a buzzer will sound, and will stop doing so after 1 minute or if you press any button whatsoever. Remember that the timer is deactivated when cooking starts (be it immediate or programmed).
GB 31 Timer (Electric oven) The programmer makes it possible to preset the oven and the grill in terms of: • delay start with a preset length of time for cooking; • immediate start with a preset length of time for cooking; • timer. Button functions: : Timer with hour and minutes; : Length of cooking time; : End cooking time; : Manual change; : Change time (backwards); : Change time (forwards). How to Reset the Digital Clock After the appliance has been connected to the power source or following a power outage, the clock display will begin to blink and read: 0:00 • Press the buttons at the same time. Then use (within 4 seconds) the and buttons to set the exact time. Use the button to move the time forwards. Use the button to move the time backwards. The time can also be changed in the following two ways: 1. Repeat all of the foregoing steps. 2. Press the button, and then use the and buttons to reset the time. Manual Operation Mode for the Oven After the time has been set, the programmer is automatically set to manual mode. Note: Press the button to return the oven to manual mode after every “Automatic” cooking session. Delayed Start Time with Preset Cooking Length The length and the end cooking times must be set. Let us suppose that the display shows 10:00. 1. Turn the oven control knob to the cooking setting and temperature desired (example: convection oven at 200°C). 2. Press the and the use (within 4 seconds) the and buttons to set the length of the cooking time. Let us suppose that 30 minutes was set for the length of the cooking time. In this case, the display will show: Release the button, and within 4 seconds, the current time will reappear with the symbol and “auto.” 3. Press the button, and then use the and buttons to set the end cooking time. Let us suppose that it is 13:00 4. Release the button and the display will show the current time within 4 seconds: When “auto” is lighted, it indicates that the length and end cooking time have been preset to operate in automatic mode. At this point, the oven will turn on automatically at 12:30 in order to finish the cooking session within 30 minutes. When the oven is on, the symbol (cooking pot) will appear on the display for the entire length of the cooking process. The button can be pressed at any time to display the setting for the length of the cooking time, while the button can be pressed to display the end cooking time. At the end of the cooking time, an acoustic signal will sound. Press any button it turn it off (except the and buttons). Immediate Start Time with Preset Cooking Length When only the length of the cooking time is set (points 1 and 2 of the paragraph entitled, “Delayed Start Time with Preset Cooking Length”), the cooking session starts immediately. Cancelling a Preset Cooking Time Press the button, and use the button to set the time to: Then press the manual cooking mode button . Timer Feature The timer can be used to count down from a given length of time. This feature does not control when the oven comes on or turns off, but, rather, it only emits an acoustic signal when the preset time has run out. Press the button, and the display will read: Then use the and buttons to set the desired time. Release the button, and the timer will start at that second. The display will show the current time. At the end of the preset time, an acoustic signal will sound, which can be turned off by pressing any button (except the and buttons), and the symbol will turn off. Changing and Cancelling Settings • The settings can be changed at any time by pressing the corresponding button and using the or button. • When the length setting for the cooking time is cancelled, the end cooking time setting is also cancelled, and vice versa. • When in automatic cooking mode, the appliance will not accept end cooking times prior to the start cooking time proposed by the appliance itself. Buzzer volume control Once you have made and confirmed the clock settings, use button to adjust the volume of the alarm buzzer.
32 GB Troubleshooting It may occur that the appliance does not function or does not function properly. Before calling customer services for assistance, let’s see what can be done. First of all, check to see that there are no interruptions in the gas and electrical supplies, and, in particular, that the gas valves for the mains are open. The burner does not light or the flame is not uniform around the burner. Check to make sure that: • The gas holes on the burner are not clogged; • All the removable parts that make up the burner are mounted correctly; • There are no draughts around the cooking surface. The flame does not stay on Check to make sure that: • You press the knob all the way in; • You keep the knob pressed in long enough to activate the safety device. • The gas holes are not clogged in the area corresponding to the safety device. The burner does not remain on when set to “Low”. Check to make sure that: • The gas holes are not clogged. • There are no draughts near the cooking surface. • The minimum has been adjusted correctly (see the section entitled, “Adjusting the low flame”). The cookware is not stable. Check to make sure that: • The bottom of the cookware is perfectly flat. • The cookware is centered correctly on the burner. Type of dish Temperature °C Pastries and cakes Fruit pie Meringues Sponge cake Angel cake Madeira cake Chocolate cake Flat sweet loaf Puffs Flaky pastry biscuits Mille feuilles Short crust pastry 130 130 150 160 160 170 170 200 200 200 200 Meat Turkey (4-8 kg) Goose (4-5 kg) Duck (2-4 kg) Capon (2½-3 kg) Braised beef (1-1½ kg) Leg of lamb Roast hare (2 kg) Roast pheasant Chicken (1-1½ kg) Fish 160 160 170 170 160 160 160 160 170 200 3-4½ 4-4½ 1½-2½ 2-2½ 3-3½ 1-1½ 1-1½ 1-1½ 1-1½ 15-25 minutes 60-70 30-40 20-30 40-50 40-50 30-40 40-50 15-20 15-20 15-20 15-20 Cooking time (minutes) Type of dish Temperature °C Cooking time (hours) CONVENTIONAL oven cooking GRILLING Type of dish The 1st guide rail is understood as being the lowest position. Cooking time (minutes) Position of shelf Chops (0.5 kg) Saussages Grilled chicken (1 kg) Veal on the spit (0.6 kg) Chicken on the spit (1 kg) 60 15 60 60 60 3rd guide rail 2nd guide rail 2st guide rail - -
GB 33 FAN ASSISTED cooking Type of dish Guide rail no. from bottom Quantity kg. Temperature °C Time (minutes) 1-3 1-3-4 1-3-4 1-3 1-3-4 1-3 1-3-4 2 2 2 2 2 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1 1 1-3 1.3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3-4 1-3-4 1-3 1-3 1-3 1-3 1 1 0.5 1.5 1 1 0.5 1 1 1 1 1-1.5 1 1 1 1-1.5 1.5 1-1.5 1 1 1 1 2 2 0.75 0.5 0.5 1 0.5 0.75 1 175 175 175 175 175 175 160 180 180 220 180 200 160 160 160 180 180 180 175 175 180 180 180 185 185 180 200 190 200 50 50 50 60 50 30 70 45 50 30 60 70 50 70 70 80 90 90 90 120 120 120 110 30 45 20 60 50 50 30 15 45 50 70 110 Cakes * With beaten mix, in mould * With beaten mix, without mould Short pastry, flan base Short pastry with wet filling Short pastry with dry filling * With natural leavened mix Small cakes Meat Roasts under the grill Veal Beef English roast beef Pork Chicken Roasts on a tray Veal Beef Pork Chicken Turkey slices Duck Casseroles Beef casserole Veal casserole Fish Fillets, steaks, cod, hake, sole Mackerel, turbot, salmon Oysters Timbales Baked pasta dish Vegetable pudding * Sweet and savoury soufflés * Pizzas and savoury rolls Toasted sandwiches Defrosting Ready-to-eat meals Meat Meat Meat Cooking times may vary according to the nature of the foods, their homogeneity and their volume. When cooking a certain food for the first time, it is advisable to choose the lowest values in the cooking time range given in the table and then increase them if necessary. Notes: 1) Cooking times do not include oven pre-heating, except for those marked with an asterisk. 2) The indication given in the table for the guide rails is the one that should preferably be used in the event of cooking on more than one level. 3) The indicated times refer to cooking on one shelf only; for cooking on more than one level, increase the time by 5 ÷ 10 minutes. 4) For roast beef, veal, pork and turkey, on the bone or rolled, increase the times by 20 minutes.
34 GB 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 instruction booklet accompanies a class 1(insulated) or class 2 - subclass 1 (recessed between2 cupboards) appliance. • These instructions are only valid for the countries whose symbols appear in the manual and on the serial number plate. • 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. • Donotplaceflammablematerialsintheoven:iftheappliance 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 havingdisconnectedtheappliancefromtheelectricitymains. • 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. • If the cooker is placed on a pedestal, take the necessary precautions to prevent the cooker from sliding off the pedestal itself. • 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. • Do not let children play with the appliance. • The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system. Disposal • When disposing of packaging material: observe local legislation so that the packaging may be reused. • The European Directive 2012/19/EEC 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. 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 • You can help to reduce the peak load of the electricity supply network companies by using the oven in the hours between late afternoon and the early hours of the morning. The cooking mode programming options, the “delayed cooking” mode (see Cooking modes) and “delayed automatic cleaning” mode (see Care and Maintenance) in particular, enable the user to organise their time efficiently. • Always keep the oven door closed when using the BARBECUE and GRATIN modes: This will achieve improved results while saving energy (approximately 10%). • Regularly check the door seals and wipe clean to ensure they are free of debris so that they stick properly to the door and do not allow heat to disperse. Maintenance and care Important: The appliance should be disconnected from the mains supply before starting cleaning operations. To ensure a long life cycle for the appliance, it is essential to carry out a thorough general clean frequently, while observing the following instructions: Inside the oven door: Clean the surface with a cloth moistened with hot water and non abrasive liquid detergent, then rinse and dry thoroughly.
GB 35 Inside the oven: * • The inside of your oven is coated with a special self- cleaning microporous enamel glaze which, at a normal cooking temperature of between 200 and 300°C, oxidises and completely eliminates all grease spots or other substances that inevitably attack the inner walls of the oven. This way, cleaning is kept right down to a minimum: as a matter of fact, you just need to rub the surfaces of the oven with a wet cloth regularly, after cooking, to remove the thin layer of ash that may have been deposited during cooking, in order to maintain the self-cleaning property of the oven intact. • After cooking where liquid has overflowed or when the dirt has not been eliminated completely (for example when grilling food, and the temperatures reached are not high enough for the full self-cleaning action of the enamel to be performed), we recommend you leave the oven on at maximum temperature so that all grease residue and the like are eliminated. • If, after long-term use, you find evident grease stains deposited on the self-cleaning oven walls, probably due to your failing to follow the above maintenance advice, clean the surfaces thoroughly with hot water and a soft cloth (do not use any detergents), then rinse and dry thoroughly. • Do not remove any dry caked-on grease using sharp objects, as these could etch the self-cleaning coating. • If the self-cleaning surfaces inside the oven are damaged or worn, due to incorrect or poor maintenance or after many years of use, you can request a kit of self-cleaning panels to line the inside of the oven. To order these, just contact an authorised Service Centre. Oven exterior: • Only clean the appliance when the oven is cold. • The steel parts and especially the areas with the screen- printed symbols should not be cleaned with solvents or abrasive detergents. It is advisable to use only a damp cloth with lukewarm water and washing up liquid. Stainless steel may remain stained if in long-term contact with very calcareous water or aggressive detergents (containing phosphorus). It is therefore always necessary to rinse and dry all surfaces thoroughly after cleaning. Important: cleaning operations must be made horizontally, in the direction of the steel glazing. • After cleaning, any treatments to polish the surfaces may be performed: only use specific products for stainless steel. Important: do not use abrasive powders, aggressive detergents or acidic substances for cleaning. Hob: • The removable parts of the burners on the hob should be washed frequently with warm water and soap, making sure to remove any caked-on substances. Check that the gas outlet slits are not clogged. Dry the burners carefully before using them again. • Clean the end part of the automatic glow plug ignitors of the hob and gas oven frequently. Greasing the taps As time passes, a tap may lock or become difficult to turn. In this case it will be necessary to clean inside and replace the grease. This procedure must be performed by a technician authorized by the manufacturer. Disassembling/assembling the oven door To make it easier to clean the inside of your oven, the oven door can be removed, by proceeding as follows: • Open the door completely and lift the 2 levers “B”; • Now, shutting the door slightly, you can lift it out by pulling out the hooks “A” as shown in figure. To reassemble the door: • With the door in a vertical position, insert the two hooks “A” into the slots; • Ensure that seat “D” is hooked perfectly onto the edge of the slot (move the oven door backwards and forward slightly); • Keep the oven door open fully, unhook the 2 levers “B” downwards and then shut the door again. Replacing the oven light bulb Make sure that the appliance is disconnected from the electricity supply. U n s c r e w t h e g l a s s protective cover from inside the oven, unscrew the lightbulb and replace it with an identical one suitable for high temperatures (300°C) and with the following characteristics: - Voltage 230 V - Wattage 15 W - Type E 14. ! Do not use the oven lamp as/for ambient lighting. * Only available in certain models.
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