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  • Brand: Bauknecht
  • Product: Oven
  • Model/name: BLZH 5500 IN
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48
Instructions for use
General recommendations
Installation
Electrical connection
Oven accessories
Cleaning the oven and accessories
Troubleshooting guide
After Sales-Service
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49
General recommendations
Before using the
appliances
ï To make the most of your
new appliances read the
users instructions carefully
and keep them on hand
for consultation in the
future.
ï Remove the cardboard
protections and the
protective plastic film.
ï Remove the accessories
from the oven and heat it
at 200∞C for about an hour
to eliminate the smell of
protective grease and
insulating materials. Keep
the window open during
this procedure.
The fan may continue to
run for the time necessary
to ensure sufficient
cooling of the
components and adjacent
kitchen units after the
appliances have been
switched off.
Protecting the environment
1. Packing
ï The packaging material is
100% recyclable and it is
marked with the recycle
symbol .
2. Appliances
ï The appliances are built
from recyclable materials.
If you decide to scrap the
appliances please observe
local waste disposal
regulations. When you
scrap them, cut off the
power cords so that the
appliances cannot be
connected to the mains.
Declaration of
conformity CE:
ï These appliances are
designed to come into
contact with foodstuffs
and they are constructed
in compliance with
Directive 89/109/EEC.
ï They are designed solely
for use as domestic
cooking appliances. Any
other use of the
appliances (e.g. for room
heating) is considered as
improper use and
potentially dangerous.
ï These appliances are
designed, built and sold in
compliance with:
- the safety requirements
of ìLow Voltageî
Directive 73/23/EEC;
- the protection
requirements of EMC
Directive 89/336/EEC;
- the requirements of
Directive 93/68/EEC.
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50
General recommendations
ï Never stand or sit on the
oven open door. Never
hang any weight at the
handle of the oven door
when open.
ï Use oven gloves to
remove baking trays and
accessories when the
oven is hot.
ï Do not cover the
bottom of the oven
with aluminium foil.
ï Do not place inflammable
material in the oven - risk
of fire if the oven is
inadvertently switched
on.
Precautions and general
recommendations
ï Before any maintenance
on the appliances
disconnect them from the
power supply.
ï Keep children away from
the oven when it is in use
and when its has just
been switched off.
ï The oven must be
repaired or adjusted only
by a qualified technician.
ï Make sure that the
electrical wires of other
electrical appliances near
the oven do not come
into contact with hot
parts and do not become
entrapped in the oven
door.
ï During the cooking
process, water evaporates
from food.
All ovens require this
steam and other fumes to
be vented from the oven
cavity. For reasons of safety
and aesthetics, we have
determined that an
opening at the bottom of
the door is the optimum
solution.
Consequently, vapour may
be seen to be coming from
this area on occasions
(see picture).
ï This is a normal occurrence
and the bottom trim can
be cleaned after removal
of the door as described on
ìCleaning the oven and its
accessoriesî.
ï Heavy weights must not be
placed on the open door as
this may result in damage
to the cavity and hinges.
Max weight: 7 kg (15lbs).
Fumes exhaust
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51
Installation
Technical information for
the installer
Oven
ï After removing the oven
from its packaging,
before making the
connections place it on
the polystyrene foam
base to protect it from
damage.
ï Do not attempt to lift the
oven by the handle.
ï Lift at the sides as shown
in the figure (see arrow).
ï Check that the appliance
has not been damaged in
transit.
ï Oven dimensions and
kitchen unit dimensions
are shown in the figure
opposite.
ï Kitchen units in contact
with the oven must be heat
resistant (80∞C).
ï If plastic laminates or
cement are not sufficiently
heat-resistant, warping,
bubbling or detachment of
the finish may result.
ï Install the oven in the
housing, lifting it at the
sides, taking care not to
trap the wires of the
electrical supply cable.
ï Install the oven in the
housing, lifting it at the
sides, taking care not to
trap the wires of the
electrical supply cable.
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Installation
ï For correct ventilation,
follow the ventilation
opening directions shown
in the figure (500 x 80 mm
min).
ï Secure the oven to the
kitchen unit with screws
(B) as shown.
ï The oven has also been
designed for building-in
under a cooktop.
NOTE: To allow for proper
ventilation, we recommend
that you leave an opening of
at least 500x80 mm or an
equivalent area in the lower
section of the housing.
An additional opening of 5
mm is required between the
oven top rim and the
cooktop lower rim: this
opening must not be closed
by strips or housing
crosspieces.
During oven installation,
care must be taken to ensure
that the sides are not
touching the front edges of
the housing or adjacent
drawers and doors (see
picture).
No Contacts
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53
Electrical connection
ï Warning: Do not
connect to the power
supply before you
have finished
connecting the oven.
ï Make sure the oven is
installed and
connected to the
electricity supply by a
qualified technician in
accordance with the
manufacturer's
instructions and in
compliance with local
regulations.
ï The installer is
responsible for the
correct electrical
connection of the oven
and the observance of
the relative safety
regulations.
ï The oven must be
connected to the
electricity supply by
means of an all-pole
disconnect switch with
minimum contact gap
of 3 mm.
ï The oven must be
earthed by-law.
ï Do not use multiple
plug adapters or
extension leads.
ï After the oven has
been installed, the
electrical components
must be inaccessible.
ï Make sure that the
voltage shown on the
rating plate is the
same as the power
supply voltage in your
home.
The rating plate is on
the front edge of the
oven cavity (visible
with oven door open).
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54
Oven accessories
Accessories supplied depend on the model
(refer to the Product Description Sheet supplied separately)
Drip tray
The drip tray is designed
to collect fat and food
particles when it is
positioned under the grid;
it can also be used as a
griddle to cook meat,
chicken and fish, with or
without vegetables.
To avoid spatters of fat and
smoke, pour a little water
into the drip tray.
Baking tray
For cooking biscuits,
meringues and pizzas.
Grid
The grid can be used to grill
food or as a support for
baking trays, cake tins and
other cooking receptacles.
It can be placed in two
different ways (or) and on
any of the runners in the
oven.
Catalytic panels
The catalytic panels have a
microporous coating that
absorbs fat spatters. We
recommend an automatic
cleaning cycle after cooking
particularly fatty food.
1. To clean the oven heat it
to 200∞C when empty and
leave it switched on for
about an hour.
2. At the end of the cycle,
when the oven is cool, use
a moist sponge to remove
food residues.
Do not use detergent or
cleaners - risk of damaging
the catalytic enamel coating.
Spit
Use the spit as indicated in
the relevant chapter in the
Product Description Sheet
supplied separately.
Pan Set Kit
The set comprises a grid, a drip
tray and one or two tongs.
This accessory must be set on
the grid and used with the
Grill function.
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55
Oven functions
Accessories supplied depend on the model
(refer to the Product Description Sheet supplied separately)
STATIC FUNCTION
This function is used to cook
food on the same runner level.
The function allows
temperature control; the
temperature can be set in the
range of 50∞ C to 250∞C.
The default setting is 200∞C.
ï Preheat the oven until
the required temperature
is reached and place the
food into the oven when
all the indicators on the
scale ∞C__ are on.
ï When using this function,
it is advisable to put the
food in the middle of the
oven.
GRILL FUNCTION
ï This function is ideal to
grill small pieces of meat
(steaks, sausages) and for
making toast.
ï The function allows five
settings, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
each corresponding to an
increased heating level of
the heating element at
the top.
ï The default setting is 3.
ï During cooking, the oven
door must be kept closed.
ï Preheat the oven for 3/5
minutes.
ï When cooking meat, to
avoid spatters of fat and
smoke, pour a little water
into the drip tray.
ï Turn the food half-way
through grilling time.
ï When this function is
selected the spit (if
supplied) is also activated.
ìMLTFî FUNCTION
(Heat maintenance)
This function keeps one of
two temperature levels of
temperature (either 35∞C or
60∞C) inside the oven.
ï Setting the temperature
at 35∞C is particularly
useful to raise dough for
bread and pizza.
ï The default setting is
35∞C.
ï For this function it is
advisable to use the first
shelf level.
ï Use the 60∞C
temperature setting to
keep the food warm once
it is cooked.
FAN FUNCTION
This function is especially
useful for simultaneously
cooking different foods at
more than one shelf level
(for example: fish,
vegetables, pasta).
This function allows
temperature control; the
temperature can be set in the
range 50∞C to 250∞C.
The default setting is 160∞C.
ï If possible choose dishes
that require the same
cooking temperature.
ï It is not necessary to
preheat the oven.
ï If the dishes in the oven
have different cooking
times, remove completed
dishes and leave
remaining foods until
cooked.
PASTRY FUNCTION
(Static + Fan)
This function is useful when
cooking at two levels and
when baking cakes. The
function allows temperature
control; the temperature can
be set in the range of 50∞C to
250∞C.
The default setting is 175∞C.
ï It is not necessary to
preheat the oven.
ï Switch the position of the
dishes inside the oven
during cooking time.
ï If the dishes in the oven
have different cooking
times, remove completed
dishes and leave
remaining foods until
cooked.
TURBOGRILL FUNCTION
(Grill + Fan)
This function is ideal to cook
large chunks of meat (i.e.
roast beef, roasts).
The function allows five
settings, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, each
corresponding to an
increasing heating level of
the heating element at the
top. The default setting is 3.
ï Keep the oven door
closed while cooking.
ï Lay the meat onto the
grid and position the drip
tray on the first shelf
level. To avoid spatters of
fat and smoke, pour a
little water into the drip
tray.
ï Turn over the meat half-
way through cooking
time.
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Oven functions
TURBOFAN FUNCTION
This function is useful when
cooking at two runner levels;
the temperature can be set in
the range of 50∞C to 250∞C.
The default setting is 160∞C.
This function is ideal for:
ï Large fruitcakes
ï Timbales
ï Stuffed vegetables
ï Poultry (weighing more
than 3 kg)
It is not necessary to preheat
the oven.
PROGRAMME FUNCTION
This function is useful to
bake pizzas, bread and
focaccia. The function
provides 3 cooking programs
(P1, P2, P3) with preset
initial temperatures that can
be adjusted by the user.
The maximum temperature
values that can be adjusted
by the user are: 240∞C for P1,
200∞C for P2 and 190∞C for
P3 in order to obtain
uniform cooking results.
Each program corresponds to
a recipe for the preparation
of the dish you want.
Programme P1 allows rapid
preheating with an initial
temperature of 300∞C and a
cooking temperature of
240∞C.
To improve energy saving
and avoid wasting electricity,
there is no preheating if the
oven is already warm, and
the cooking temperature is
set automatically (240∞C).
For programmes P2 and P3
the initial temperature is
always 220∞C.
BOOSTER FUNCTION
This function allows fast
preheating of the oven.
The function allows
temperature control; the
temperature can be set in the
range of 50∞C to 250∞C.
The default setting is 200∞C.
As the temperature in the
oven increases, the indicators
-----∞C light up in sequence.
When the selected
temperature is reached, an
acoustic signal is emitted and
the oven switches
automatically to Static
Function.
This function is ideal when
cooking meat, fish and
poultry.
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57
Cleaning the oven and accessories
ï When you finish cooking
wait for the oven to cool
and then clean it to
prevent the build-up of
baked-on residues.
ï If the food residues are
baked on, use a specific
oven cleaner and follow
the manufacturer's
instructions.
ï Clean the exterior of the
oven with a sponge and
warm water.
ï Do not use abrasive
cleaners or pan
scourers.
ï Use a liquid detergent to
clean the oven door
window.
ï Wash the accessories in a
dishwasher or in the sink,
using an oven cleaner.
ï After the oven has been
in prolonged use and
when cooking on
different levels (especially
food with high water
contents such as pizzas,
stuffed vegetables, etc.)
condensation may form
on the inside of the door
and of the door seal.
When the oven is cool,
dry any condensation
with a cloth or a sponge.
Additional information
for appliances which have
an aluminium front:
The material has a sensitive
surface. In order to avoid
scratches, only use a soft
sponge and liquid cleaner to
clean the front of the
appliance.
Removing the oven door
(for cleaning)
1. Open the oven door.
2. Press hinge catches (A)
forwards.
3. Lift the catches until they
engage and then remove
the door.
4. Warning: While you are
cleaning the oven,
ensure you do not
disengage the hinge
retainer catches.
5. Refit the oven door by
following the above steps
in reverse order.
Dropping the grill element
to clean the oven roof
(depending on model)
ï Do not attempt to clean
the oven until it is cool.
1. Tocleanthe ovenroof,pull
out the grill element and
lower it as far as it will go.
2. Clean the oven roof and
then return the grill
element to its original
position.
Changing the oven lamp
1. Disconnect the oven from
the electrical supply.
2. Unscrew the lamp cover.
3. Change the lamp (see N.B.).
4. Refit the lamp cover.
5. Reconnect the electrical
supply.
Changing the lateral lamp
(depending on model)
1. Disconnect the oven from
the electrical supply.
2. Remove the left hand side
grid.
3. Use a screwdriver to prize
off the lamp cover.
4. Change the lamp (see N.B).
5. Reposition the lamp cover
and press it against the
oven wall until it clicks
into place.
6. Refit the side grid.
7. Reconnect the power
supply.
N.B: Use exclusively 25 W 230
V lamps, type E-14, T300∞C,
available from After-Sales
Service.
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58
Troubleshooting guide
Oven not working
ï Switch the oven off and
then on again to see if the
problem persists.
ï Check for the presence of
mains electrical power.
ï Check that the oven
selector is not on position
ì0î.
ï If the electronic display
presents the message
ìSTOPî, press the button
2 to reset the oven and
then set the clock (see the
PROGRAMMER
DESCRIPTION SHEET
supplied separately).
ï If the electronic display
shows the message ìFxxî,
contact the After-Sales
Service, quoting the error
code displayed.
After Sales-Service
Before contacting After-
Sales Service:
1. Try to solve the problem
(see ìTroubleshooting
guideî).
2. Turn off the appliance and
restart it to see if the fault
is repeated.
If after the above checks
the fault still occurs, get in
touch with the nearest
After-Sales Service.
Please give:
ï the nature of the problem,
ï the exact type and model,
ï the service number
ï (number after the word
Service on the rating
plate), located under the
cooktop or on the Product
Description Sheet or,
finally, on the right hand
edge of the oven cavity
(visible when the oven
door is open).
The service number is also
indicated on the
guarantee booklet,
ï your complete address
(including postal code)
and phone number.
If any repairs are required,
please contact an
authorised AFTER SALES
SERVICE as indicated in the
warranty.
In the unlikely event that an
operation or repair is carried
out by an unauthorised
technician, always request a
certification of the job carried
out and insist on the use of
original spare parts.
Failure to comply with
these instructions may
compromise the safety
and quality of the product.
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