SIB 6362 KVEP RF

Cylinda SIB 6362 KVEP RF manual

SIB 6362 KVEP RF

User manual for the Cylinda SIB 6362 KVEP RF in English. This PDF manual has 70 pages.

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38 Read the entire manual carefully before using the appliance for the first time. You will learn how to use the appliance it and look after it properly from the start! Table of contents page Safety advice...............................................................................................39 Before using the appliance for the first time ........................................41 Electronic programmer...........................................................................42 Facts about induction hobs ............................................................46 The oven and its functions...........................................................57 Cleaning the oven door................................................................65 Technical data...............................................................................................71 Mounting the anti-tip device..........................................................................72 NOTE Electrical connection must be made by a properly certified, qualified installer. The appliance is intended for household use only. Incorrect use carries the risk of injury. Important! Read the entire manual carefully before using the appliance for the first time. You will learn how to use the appliance it and look after it properly from the start. Disposing of used products When the product is no longer required, it must not be disposed of as normal waste, but should be handed over to an organisation that recycles electrical and electronic products. There is a symbol on the product, user instructions or packaging that shows that the product should be recycled when it is no longer required. Materials used to manufacture the product can be recycled as indicated. Recycling the materials used to make the product that you no longer require helps to protect the environment. Contact your local authority to find out where the recycling organisations are in your area.
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39 GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF USE Warning: The appliance and its accessible parts be­ come 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. Warning: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be dangerous and may result in fire. NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket. Warning: Danger of fire: do not store items on the cooking surfaces. Warning: If the surface is cracked, switch off the applian­ ce to avoid the possibillity of electric shock. Note. Electrical connection must be made by a properly certified, qualified installer. The appliance is intended for household use only. Incor­ rect use carries the risk of injury.
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40 The oven is very hot while in use and for some time after it has been switched off. When the oven is in use, some parts will become hot. Metallic objects, such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should not be placed on the hob surface since they can get hot. After use, switch off the hob element by its control and do not rely on the pan detector. Warning: 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. Warning: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibillity of electric shock. You should not use steam cleaning devices to clean the appliance. During the pyrolytic oven cleaning process the oven chamber can reach a very high temperature. Conse­ quently, the appliance outer surfaces can heat up more than usual, so keep children away at all times. GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF USE
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41 Installation Fit the anti-tip device (page 72) The anti-tip device prevents the appli­ ance from tipping over. For example, a child should not be able to climb on the oven door and tip the appliance over. If there are young children in the house, a hob guard should also be fitted. NOTE Remember that the anti-tip device is disabled when you pull the appliance forwards, e.g. for cleaning. Supervise children carefully to avoid accidents. The appliance must be level. This is important for frying results as well as baking. Pull out the plate stor­ age drawer to access the screws in the four adjustable feet. Use a spirit level or frying pan filled with water to check. Further adjustment may be required after some time as the flooring may settle. See the instructions on page 72 for how to fit the anti-tip device. NOTE Subject to technical alterations. Before using the appliance Clean the appliance using a damp cloth, possibly with some soap or mild washing-up liquid. Rinse and dry thoroughly. After cleaning, heat the oven with top and bottom heater to 250°C for approx. 30 minutes. The smell produced by heating the oven is harmless but still you should ventilate. Use energy wisely Use pans that are the right size for the cooking zones. It is better to use a slightly larger pan than a pan that does not cover the cooking zone. Put the lids on saucepans and pots to save energy. It is also recommended that you switch off the cooking zone slightly in advance and let the dish continue to cook using the residual heat.
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42 Setting the time After connection to the mains or reconnection after a power cut the display shows flash “0.00”. l Press sensor MENU, then the display will show , l set the time using sensors < and >. 7 seconds after the time has been set the new data will be saved. Caution! If the correct time is not set then proper operation of the oven is not possible. – funktions Electronic programmer Caution! The time “0.00” will start flashing in the display field upon connection to the power supply. The programmer should be set with the current time. (See Electronic programmer ). If the current time is not set operation of the oven is impossible. MENU – function selection sensor < – sensor “-” > – sensor “+” 00 00 Electronic sensors are switched on by touchingorpressingthesensorsurface for at least 2 seconds. Each sensor reaction is confirmed by the beep. Keep the sensor surface clean at all times.
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43 Timer The timer can be activated at any time, regardless of the status of other functions. The timer can be set for from 1 minute to up to 23 hours and 59 minutes. To set the timer you should: l Press sensor MENU, then the display will show flashing , l set the timer using sensors > and <. The time set is shown on the display and the signal function is on. l Press sensor MENU, < or > in order to switch off the signal, the signal function will go out and the display will show the current time. Caution! If the alarm signal is not turned off manually, it will be turned off auto­ matically after approx. 7 minutes. Semi–automatic operation If the oven is to be switched off at a given time, then you should: l Set the oven function knob and the temperature regulator knob to the setting at which you want the oven to operate. l Press sensor MENU until the di­ splay will show: dur. l Set the required time using sen­ sors > and <, within a range from 1 minute to 10 hours. The set time will be introduced to the memory after approx. 7 seconds and the display will show AUTO function. When the set time has passed the oven is switched off automatically, the alarm signal is activated and the signal function AUTO flashing again; l Set the oven function knob and the temperature regulator knob to the switched–off position. l Press sensor MENU, < or > in order to switch off the signal; the signal function will go out and the display will show the current time.
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44 Cancel settings Timer and automatic function settings may be cancelled at any time. Cancel automatic function settings: l press sensors < and > simultane­ ously, Cancel timer settings: l press sensor MENU to select timer settings, l press sensors < and > again. Change the timer beeps The tone of the timer beeps may be changed as follows: l press sensors < and > simultane­ ously, l select “tone” function with the MENU sensor, the display panel will start to blink: ton 1, l with the < sensor press the appro­ priate beeps from 1 to 3 to select the option you wish. l Set the oven function knob and the temperature regulator knob to the switched–off position. l Press sensor MENU, < or > in order to switch off the alarm; the function AUTO will go out and the display will show the current time. Automatic operation If the oven is to be switched on for a specified period of time and switched off at a fixed hour then you should set the operation time and the operation end time: l Press sensor MENU until the dis­ play will show: dur, l Set the required time using the sensors > and < within a range from 1 minute to 10 hours. l Press sensor MENU until the dis­ play will show: End, l Set the switch–off time (operation end time) using sensors > and <, which is limited to a period of 23 hours and 59 minutes from the current time. l Set the oven function knob and the temperature regulator knob to the setting at which you want the oven to operate. The func­ tion AUTO is now on; the oven will start operating from the point when the difference between the set operation end time and the operation duration time occurs (e.g. the operation time is set to 1 hour, the operation end time is set to 14.00, so the oven will start working automatically at 13.00). When the oven reaches the operation end time it will switch off automati­ cally, the alarm will be activated and the function AUTO will start flashing again.
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45 Meat Probe Adjustment and display range: 30°C bis 99°C, Resolution: 1 Grad, De­ fault set value: 80°C. Meat probe is recognized automati­ cally when temperature at meat probe is above 0°C. If meat probe is plugged in, the two digits on the left side show the ac­ tual temperature at the meat probe and the two digits at the right side show the set point value. If the probe temperature is lower than the minimum setting tempera­ ture of 30°C, the display reads ”30”. If the probe temperature is higher than the maximum setting tempera­ ture of 99°C, the display reads the maximum setting temperature. With plugging in the connector of the meat probe, the program is started and the nominal temperature is set to 80°C. The value of the set tem­ perature can be changed as long as the temperatures are displayed, but not when timer is still in start up mode. The meat probe alarm can be reset by pressing any key. An active meat probe program or a pending alarm can be reset by dis­ connecting the meat probe. The use of temperature probe is recommended when cooking large portions of meat (at least 1 kg). The use of temperature probe is not recommended when cooking poultry and meat with bones. When not in use, disconnect the tem­ perature probe from its socket and remove from oven chamber. Important! Use only original temperature probe supplied with the appliance. Type of meat Temperature [°C] Pork 85 - 90 Beef 80 - 85 Veal 75 - 80 Lamb 80 - 85 Venison 80 - 85 Recommended probe temperature settings Pyrolytic cleaning Pyrolytic cleaning duration can be set from 2 to 3 hours. lset the oven function selector knob in position , lusing the < and > MENU sensors, set pyrolytic cleaning duration. Important! Before starting the pyro­ lytic cleaning, please see "Cleaning and Maintenance." 82 00
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46 Control panel Rear left booster cooking zone Ø 160 Rear right booster cooking zone Ø 210 Front left booster cooking zone Ø 210 Front right booster cooking zone Ø 160 Facts about induction hobs 2 3 1 6 4 3 9 5 7 5 8 8 10 1. On/off sensor 2. Higher heat setting selector 3. Cooking zone indicator 4. Lower heat setting selector 5. Cooking zone selection sensor 6. Timer sensor 7. Child lock sensor 8. Timer indicator light 9. Child lock indicator light 10. Timer display
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47 A power generator supplies the coil installed in the heating panel. An induction coil is located under each cooking zone. When a cooking zone is switched on, this coil creates a magnetic field which impacts directly on the base of the pan and heats it up. The cooking zone itself is heated up indirectly by the heat given off by the pan. The surface of the hob remains cold. Induction cooking zones only work when a ferromagnetic pan is placed on it. Induction heating features two main advantages: l as the pan is the sole source of heat, the heat use is optimised, l no heating inertia occurs, as cooking starts automatically the moment the pan is placed on the surface of the heating panel, and ends when the pan is removed. Protection equipment: The protections activate rarely if the panel is installed and operated correctly. Fan: the appliance has a cooling fan to help extend the life of the electronics. When the heating panel is being used intensively, this will come on and you will hear a whirring sound. The fan may continue to run after the appliance has been switched off. Transistor: the temperature of the electronics is measured constantly by a probe. The system disconnects the cooking zones which are near the over­ heated components automatically should the probe trigger such a signal. Pot detection: the pan detector is a key element of the panel, which deter­ mines whether the heating can start and when to stop it. Small objects which may occur within the cooking zones, e.g. teaspoon, knife, or a ring, will be disregarded and the system will not activate. Induction cooking zones
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48 Detecting pan on the cooking zone Each induction cooking zone is equipped with pan detector. It activates and interrupts heating automatically when a pan is placed / replaced from the zone. This saves energy. l Heating temperature is displayed if a suitable pan is used. l Induction cooking suitable pans are those with flat, magnetic base. See table for detailed information. Heating power digit will blink in the display if there is no pan in place on a cooking zone, or the pan is unsuitable. The cooking zone will not activate. The cooking zone will switch off automatically if no suitable pan is placed on the cooking zone within 1 minute. It is not recommended to switch off cooking zones under normal conditions by taking the pan off it. Use the respective knobs to switch off cooking zones. Note: Please note that all the settings will be cancelled if there is a power cut. Ex­ ercise care when the power is restored. The residual heat indicator (‘H’) will appear in the display as long as the cooking zones are hot. Switch off the cooking zones after you have finished using the heating panel. Do not rely on the indications of the pan detector.
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49 Cookware marking Check if there is a sign on the label in­ forming that the pot is suitable for use on inductive plates Use magnetic pots (from enamelled sheet metal, fer­ rite stainless steel, cast iron), check them by trying to attach magnet to the pot bottom (has to cling) Stainless steel Does not detect the pot presence Except for pots from ferromagnetic steel. Aluminium Does not detect the pot presence. Cast iron High efficiency Attention: the pots can scratch the plate. Enamelled steel High efficiency Recommended pots with flat, thick and even bottom. Glass Does not detect the pot presence Porcelain Does not detect the pot presence Pots with copper bottom Does not detect the pot presence Selection of cooking pots to be used in the induction zone Induction heating zone Diameter of the pot bottom used for induction co­ oking Diameter (mm) Minimum (mm) Optimum (mm) 210 140 210 160 90 160 When using pots smaller than minimum diameters, the induction heating zone may fail to operate. The smallest and the largest diameters are indicated in the table below and they depend on the pot quality. Bottom of the cookware has to be flat for optimal temperature control by the induction module. Deep embossed logo or concave bottom of the cookware can interfere with the temperature control by the induction module and lead to overheating of the cookware. Do not use damaged cookware with base deformed due to excessive heat.
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50 Control panel • Immediately after the appliance is connected to electrical mains, all displays will light up briefly. Your induction hob is then ready for use. • The induction hob is equipped with electronic touch control sensor fields, which are operated by touching with a finger for at least 1 second. • Touching of a sensor field is accompanied by an acoustic signal to acknowledge. No objects should be placed on the sensor fields (this could cause an error). Touch sensor fields should be always kept clean. Switching on the cooking zones Once the appliance is switched on using the on/off touch sensor (1), select a cooking zone (5) within the next 10 seconds. 1. When a cooking zone selection sensor field (5) is touched, "0" on the cor­ responding heat setting indicator display will pulsate. 2. Set the desired heat setting using the "+" (2) or "-" (4) sensor fields. Switching on the appliance To switch on the appliance touch and hold the on/off sensor field (1) for at least 1 second. All displays (3) will show the number "0". If none of the sensor fields is touched within 10 seconds, the appliance switches itself off. Selecting the cooking zone heat setting When the cooking zone display (3) shows pulsating “0”, start setting the de­ sired heat setting using the "+" (2) or "-" (4) sensor field. If none of the sensor fields is touched within 10 seconds of switching on the appliance, the cooking zone switches off. Acooking zone is active when its display shows a digit or a letter. This indi­ cates the cooking zone is ready for the heat setting to be set or changed. 2 3 1 6 4 3 9 5 7 5 8 8 10
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51 Booster function „P” The Booster Function increases the nominal power of the Ø 210 mm cooking zone from 2300W to 3000W and the Ø 160 mm cooking zone from 1200W to 1400W. In order to activate the Booster function, select the cooking zone, set the heat setting to "9" and then touch the "+" (2) sensor field again. The letter "P" will be shown on the display. To deactivate the Booster function, touch the "-" (4) sensor field to reduce the heat setting or lift the cookware from the cooking zone. For 210 mm and 160 mm cooking zones, operation of the Booster func­ tion is limited to 10 minutes. Once the Booster function is automatically deactivated, the cooking zone continues to operate at its nominal power. The Booster function can be reactivated, provided the appliance electronic circuits and induction coils are not overheated. When the pot is lifted from the cooking zone when the Booster function is in operation, it remains active and the countdown continues. When the appliance electronic circuits or induction coils overheat when the Booster function is in operation, it is automatically deactivated. The cooking zone continues to operate at its nominal power. Switch off the appliance ● The appliance operates when at least one cooking zone is on. ● To switch off the appliance touch the on/off sensor (1). If a cooking zone is still hot, the relevant display (3) will show the letter "H" to indicate residual heat. Switch off cooking zones ● A given cooking zone must be active. Heat setting display pulsates. ● To switch off a cooking zone touch the on/off sensor field or touch the sensor (5) for 3 seconds. 2 3 1 6 4 3 9 5 7 5 8 8 10
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52 Setting the child lock function The Child Lock function protects the appliance from inadvertent operation by children. The appliance can be operated once the child lock function has been released. The Child Lock function can be set when the appliance turned on or off. The child lock function Touch and hold sensor (7) for 5 seconds to turn Child Lock on/off. Indicator light (9) is on when the Child Lock function is on. If activating Booster function causes the overall power limit of a pair to be exceeded, the heat setting of the other cooking zone in a pair will be automatically reduced. The amount by which power is reduced depends on the type of pot used. Booster function control Booster function can be activated on all cooking zones. Two left cooking zones and two right cooking zones are paired. Booster function can be activated at any time for one cooking zone in a pair. You cannot use booster function on two vertically arranged cooking zones at the same time. The Child Lock function remains set until it is released even after the appliance has been switched off and then switched on again. Discon­ necting the appliance from electrical mains deactivates the Child Lock. Residual heat indicator Heat energy that remains accumulated in the cooking zone after cooking is called the residual heat. The appliance displays two different levels of residual heat. When a cooking zone temperature is above 60°C and the cooking zone or the appliance is switched off, the relevant cooking zone display will show the letter "H". Residual heat indication is displayed as long as the cooking zone temperature exceeds 60°C. When a cooking zone temperature is be­ tween 45°C and 60°C, the relevant cooking zone display will show the letter "h" indicating low residual heat. When a cooking zone temperature is below 45°C the residual heat indication is turned off.
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53 When residual heat indicator is on, do not touch the cooking zone as there is a risk of burns and do not place on it any items sensitive to heat! During failure of power supply "H" residual heat indicator is not dis­ played. However, cooking zones may still be hot! Limiting the operating time In order to increase efficiency, the induction hob is fitted with a operating time limiter for each of the cooking zones. The maximum operating time is set according to the last heat set­ ting selected. If you do not change the heat setting for a long time (see table) then the associated cooking zone is automati­ cally switched off and the residual heat indicator is activated. However, you can switch on and operate individual cooking zones at any time in accord­ ance with the operating instructions. Automatic warm-up function ● Touch sensor (5) to activate the selected cooking zone ● Then touch "+" (2) or "-" (4) to set the desired heat setting in the 1-8 range and then touch sensor (5) again. ● The display will alternate between the letter A and the heat setting. After a certain time of operation at boosted power, the cooking zone switches back to the heat setting set, which will be shown on the display. If a pot is lifted from the cook­ ing zone and replaced before the warm-up countdown is completed, the warm-up function will resume and countdown will continue until completed. Cooking heat setting Maximum op­ erating time (hours) 8 1 8 2 8 3 5 4 5 5 5 6 1,5 7 1,5 8 1,5 9 1,5 P 0,16 Cooking heat setting mocy grzejnej The duration of the automatic warm-up function (minutes) - 1 0,8 2 1,2 3 2,3 4 3,5 5 4,4 6 7,2 7 2 8 3,2
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54 Timer countdown can be set independently for all cooking zones. If more than one timer is set the shortest duration is displayed. Timer indicator light (8) of a relevant cooking zone will flash. Timer Timer function makes cooking easier by making it possible to set Duration. It can also be used as a Kitchen Timer. Set the Timer Timer function makes cooking easier by making it possible to set Duration. It can also be used as a Kitchen Timer. ● Touch cooking zone selection sensor field (5) to select a cooking zone. The number "0" will pulsate. ● Touch "+" (2) or "-" (4) sensor field to set the desired heat setting ranging from 1 to 9. ● Then activate timer by touching (6) sensor fields within 10 seconds. ● Touch "+" (2) or „-" (4) sensor field to set the desired cooking time (01 to 99 minutes). ● Timer indicator light (8) of a relevant cooking zone will be on. Change Timer Duration Timer Duration setting can be changed at any time. ● Touch cooking zone selection sensor field (5) to select a cooking zone. The display will pulsate. ● Then activate timer by touching (6) sensor fields within 10 seconds. ● Use "+" (2) or "-" (4) sensor field to adjust the timer setting. Check Timer Duration To check progress of Timer countdown at any time, touch the timer sensor field (6). Timer indicator light (8) of a relevant cooking zone will flash. 2 3 1 6 4 3 9 5 7 5 8 8 10
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55 Stop the Timer When the set time has elapsed an acoustic signal is sounded, which can be muted by touching any sensor field. If no sensor field is touched, the acoustic signal will stop automatically after 2 minutes. To stop the timer countdown before the set Duration has elapsed: ● Touch cooking zone selection sensor field (5) to select a cooking zone. The display will become bright. ● Then touch and hold sensor (6) for 3 seconds or adjust duration using the "+" (2) or "-" (4) down to "00" Kitchen Timer When no cooking zones are in use, the Timer function can be used as a regular Kitchen Timer. Set Kitchen Timer When the appliance is off: ● Switch on the appliance by touching the on/off sensor (1). ● Then touch sensor (6) to activate kitchen timer. ● Use "+" (2) or "-" (4) sensor field to adjust the Kitchen Timer setting. Stop Kitchen Timer When the set Duration has elapsed an acoustic signal is sounded, which can be muted by touching any sensor field. If no sensor field is touched, the acoustic signal will stop automatically after 2 minutes. To stop the timer countdown before the set Duration has elapsed: ● Touch and hold sensor (6) for 3 seconds or adjust duration using the "+" (2) or "-" (4) down to "00" ● Kitchen Timer function does not affect cooking zone operation. Kitchen timer is reset when the timer function is activated. 2 3 1 6 4 3 9 5 7 5 8 8 10
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56 Keeping food warm Keep warm function allows for keeping food warm on a cooking zone. The se­ lected cooking zone operates at a low heat setting. Cooking zone's heat setting is automatically adjusted so that food temperature is kept at a temperature of about 65°C. Thanks to this, ready to serve, warm food retains its taste and does not stick to the pot's bottom. This function can be also used to melt butter or chocolate. For the keep food warm function to operate correctly, use a flat base pot or fry­ ing pan, so that base temperature is accurately measured by the temperature sensor fitted in the cooking zone. The Keep Warm function can be activated for any cooking zone. Due to a risk of the growth of microorganisms, it is not recommended to keep food warm for a long time, so the Keep Warm function is switched off after 2 hours. Keep warm setting is an additional heat setting available between „0” and „1” and is indicated on the display as „ ”. Keep warm setting is activated in the same way as described in the section „Switching on the cooking zones”. Keep warm setting is deactivated in the same way as described in the sec­ tion „Switching off the cooking zones”.
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57 The oven and its functions The symbols on the oven function knob have the following meaning: Defrosting Only fan is on and all heaters are off. Pyrolytic cleaning Oven pyrolytic self-cleaning. The oven heats up to a tem­ perature of about 480°C. Grill­ ing or baking residue is burnt into an easy to remove ash that can be wiped off with a damp cloth. Important! Before starting the pyrolytic cleaning, please see "Cleaning and Maintenance." Fan and ring heater on When this function is acti­ vated, the fan on the rear wall of the oven starts. This provides constant and even air circulation inside the oven. This heating method has the following benefits: • The oven heats up faster and there is no need to preheat it • Two levels can be used at the same time • Meat dishes lose less fat and juices during heating, which improves the flavour • The oven does not get as dirty You must use the temperature settings together with the fan function. Important! If the fan func­ tion is switched on when the temperature knob is set to zero, only the fan is activated. This setting can be used to cool dishes or the oven. Bottom heating on Highest temperature 200°C. Top and bottom heating switched on. Highest temperature 250°C. If the knob is set to this posi­ tion, the oven heats up nor­ mally. Rapid Preheating Ring heater and grill on. Use to preheat the oven. ECO Heating This is an optimised heating func­ tion designed to save energy when preparing food. At this knob position, the oven lighting is off. Fan and bottom heating switched on This knob setting activates both the fan and the bottom heating element. The oven is then heated from the bottom. Suitable e.g. for pizza and pies. Important! If the tempera­ ture knob is set to zero, the cooling setting is used. Top heater, bottom heater and fan are on. This knob setting is most suit­ able for baking cakes. Con­ vection baking (recommended for baking).
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58 Temperature knob The oven temperature is controlled by the temperature knob on the control panel, indicated by the symbol °C. The oven stops heating up when you turn the knob to zero. Always follow the advice given in the recipe for the food you are baking/cooking. Light indicators Two light indicators indicate that the oven has been activated – a yellow and a red indicator. When the yellow light indicator lights up, it means the oven operates. When the red light indicator goes out, it means the oven has reached the set temperature. If a recipe for a dish recommends that the dish is placed in a heated oven, do not put it in the oven until the red light indicator has gone out. During baking, the red light indicator will light up and go out intermittently (maintaining the temperature in the oven). The yellow light indicator can also light up when the knob is in the "Oven lighting" position. Intensive grill (grill plus top heat) The food is grilled and heated from above at the same time. In this way, the temperature is higher at the top of the oven, making the roasted food dark­ er in colour. A practical setting for grilling thick items Fan and intensive grill on The grill plus top heat and fan run at the same time. This reduces the grill time and im­ proves the flavour. Grill on This setting activates the grill. Interior lighting When the knob is turned to this position, the interior oven lighting is lit.
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59 Grilling Follow the advice in the recipe. Place the food on the grill and slide the grill rack into the top position in the oven. Push the roasting pan into the posi­ tion below to collect any dripping fat. Do not put aluminium foil on the bottom or walls of the oven. The heat does not radiate properly, so there is a risk of damaging the enamel in the oven. Storage drawer for accessories You can store the roasting pan, bak­ ing trays, grill rack and other acces­ sories in the drawer. There is a safety device that stops the drawer being pulled out too far accidentally. If you want to pull out the drawer completely, e.g. to clean, pull it out until you reach the safety device and then lift up the front and pull it out completely. You put the drawer back in the re­ verse order. Make sure it is in the right tracks on the sides. Baking Wait until the oven reaches the right temperature (light indicator turns off) before placing the baking in the oven. Right baking time Follow the instructions in the recipe. Be extra careful the first few times you use your new appliance to bake, the appliance may heat somewhat faster than your previous appliance. Cooking Follow the advice in the recipe. If it is a dish you have made many times before you should be extra careful the first few times you make it in your new appliance.
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60 2 2 2-3 2-3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 - - 3 2 2 Baking l Tables 1 and 1A are recommended for baking. l The baking parameters are given for 3 different types of heat: conventional heating (top and bottom heating element), fan Function, top heating element + fan. Roasting meat l Table 2 is recommended for roasting meat. The roasting parameters are given for conventional heating and for fan. l The recommended parameters for meat, fish and toast are compiled in table 3. l The recommended parameters for roasting with fan are compiled in table 4. TABLE 1: Pastries 2 2 2-3 2 2 2 3 3 2 3 2 3 - - 3 3 170-180 160-180 170-180 170-180 160-180 210-220 170-180 160-170 180-200 220-240 190-210 170-180 - - 180-190 90-110 2 2 2-3 2-3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 1+3 3 2 150-170 150-170 160-170 160-180 140-150 150-170 180-200 160-170 160-170 150-170 150-160 140-150 170-190 170-190 150-170 150-170 160-170 160-180 140-160 150-170 180-200 160-170 160-170 150-160 200-220 180-200 150-160 - - 170-180 90-110 170-190 60-80 65-80 20-30 30-40 60-70 60-90 40-60 50-60 35-60 30-50 30-40 10-15 10-15 30-50 10-25 25-35 18-25 80-90 35-45 Pastries Baking time [min.] Oven setting Tempe rature [°C] Top and bottom heating element Fan assisted heating Top/bottom heating element Oven setting Oven setting Tempe rature [°C] Temperature [°C] Baking in a baking pan Sponge cake Sponge cake Flan case Soft sponge Shortcrust pastry flat with fruit Cheesecake (on shortcrust pastry base) Yeast cake Bread (e.g. granary) Baking on baking trays Shortcrust pastry flat with fruit Fruitcake (yeast or baking powder) Hundreds and thousands cake Jelly roll Pizza (thin base) Pizza (thick base) Small pastries/cakes Small pastries/cakes 2 plates Puff pastry Meringue Profiteroles
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61 Buns 75 g yeast 150 g margarine 500 ml milk (whole milk) ½ teaspoon salt 135 g sugar Cardamom 900 g flour Muffins approx. 20 pcs. 1 juicy sponge cake or 1 rich sponge cake with grated lemon rind 60–90 g raisins or cur­ rants Crumble the yeast and mix it with some of the milk. Melt the mar­ garine and pour in the rest of the milk. Mix all the ingredients until you have a smooth dough. Let the dough rise for 15 min in the bowl. Shape it into small balls and put them in moulds. Let them rise for 30–40 min on the tray. Glaze with beaten egg and sprinkle with granulated sugar. Bake at 160-180°C top and bottom heating elements for 30-40 min, or 150-170°C fan for 30-40 min. Oven temperature: top and bottom heating elements 180-190°C or fan 160-170°C Baking time 10-20 min Switch on the oven. Make the cake mixture according to one of the suggestions, adding grated lemon rind in both cases. Mix in raisins of currants. Put muffin cases/paper cases on a tray. Put the mixture in the cases, e.g. using a spoon. Bake in the centre of the oven for 10-20 min. Swiss roll 3 eggs 135 g sugar 120 g flour 1 teaspoon baking po­ wder 1 tablespoon water Filling: 280 g stewed fruit or jam or 1 portion of chocolate butter icing Baking time 10-15 min Makes 20-24 slices. Oven temperature, top and bottom heating elements 180-200°C Easy to mix, quick to cook and roll up. Can be filled with e.g. slightly sweetened stewed apple, raspberry jam or chocolate butter icing. Switch on the oven in good time. Cover a tray with greaseproof paper or baking paper. Beat the egg and the sugar. Mix the flour and backing powder and stir it in carefully, together with the water. Spread out the dough on the paper in an even layer. Bake in the centre of the oven, 10-15 min with the top and bottom heating elements at 180-200°C.Sprinkle some sugar on the cake and tip it onto a piece of greaseproof paper. Brush with some cold water and remove the paper the cake was baked on. Spread on a thin layer of stewed fruit or jam and roll up. Or let the cake cool under a damp piece of greaseproof paper, spread with chocolate butter icing and roll it up. TIPS: Cut the Swiss roll into approx. 3 cm slices, top with whipped cream and fruit or berries and serve for dessert.
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62 *Recommendations in table 2 apply to a 1 kg meat portion. Roasting large cuts of meat is preferable, but the cooking time for each additional 1kg is 30–40 min extra. Turn the cut of meat halfway through the cooking time. Important: only use ovenproof dishes. TABLE 1A: Pastries 3 3 3 160-180 180-190 180-200 150-170 160-170 - 30-40 10-20 10-15 Pastries Baking time min. Top and bottom heating element Fan assisted heating Oven setting Oven setting Temperature [°C] Temperature [°C] Buns Muffins Jelly roll 3 3 - TABLE 2: Roasting meat Beef Roast beef or fillet preheated oven pink (medium) preheated oven well done Roast Pork Roast Ham Fillet Veal Lamb Venison Poultry Chicken Goose (approx. 2 kg) Fish 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 160-180 160-180 160-180 160-170 160-180 175-180 170-180 160-180 175-180 250 250 210-230 200-220 200-210 200-210 210-230 200-210 200-220 200-220 220-250 190-200 210-220 approx. 1 cm: 12-15 15-25 25-30 120-140 90-140 60-90 25-30 90-120 100-120 100-120 50-80 150-180 40-55 Meat dish Oven setting from below Temperature °C Roasting time* min. Conventional oven Fan assisted heating Fan assisted heating Conventional oven
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63 8-10 10-12 7-8 8-10 12-15 8-10 6-8 8-10 25-30 6-7 5-8 2-3 6-8 6-8 6-7 6-8 10-12 6-8 5-6 6-8 20-25 5-6 5-7 2-3 TABLE 3: Grill Pork chop Minced pork Kebab Sausages Roast beef (approx. 1kg) Veal chop Roast veal Lamb chop Half chicken (approx. 500 g) Fillet of fish Trout (approx. 200 – 250g) Toast Dish Oven setting from the bottom Temperature [°C] Cooking time [min.] 4 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 4 3 4 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 One side The other side Roast pork Lamb Roast beef Chicken Duck Goose Turkey 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 2.0 3.0 2 2 2 2 2 2 1-2 1 2 1-2 170-190 170-190 170-190 170-190 200-220 180-200 170-190 140-160 180-200 160-180 80-100 100-120 120-140 90-110 30-40 50-60 85-90 110-130 110-130 150-180 Oven setting from below Weight [kg] Dish TABLE 4: Fan + grill Temperature [°C] Roasting time [min.] During roasting, baste the meat with gravy or warm salty water several times.
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64 Dish Oven function Temperature [°C] Oven setting from the bottom Cooking time [min.] Spong cake 180 - 200 2 - 3 50 - 70 Cakes 180 - 200 2 50 - 70 Fish 190 - 210 2 - 3 45 - 60 Beef 200 - 220 2 90 - 120 Pork 200 - 220 2 90 - 160 Chicken 180 - 200 2 80 - 100 ECO Heater is an optimised heating function designed to save energy when preparing food. You cannot reduce the cooking time by setting a higher temperature; preheating the oven is not recommended. Do not change the temperature setting and do not open the oven door during cooking. TABLE 5: Recommended setting for ECO Heater
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65 Replacing the lamp in the oven Turn off at the main switch or remove the fuses as the power supply to the oven must be cut off before the lamp is replaced. Remove the broken bulb and replace it with a new (25 W oven bulb). Cleaning the oven door Correct and regular oven cleaning and maintenance prolongs its service life. Regular maintenance Theusermustensurethefollowing: - Keep the oven and its surroundings clean. Important! Make sure the oven is turned off and all knobs are turned to "0". Cleaning must not start until the oven is cold. Oven fittings The oven is equipped with remov­ able side rails. To remove them for cleaning, pull the handle at the front and then pull out the rail and remove it from the rear fixture. After cleaning the rails, put them in the openings in the oven and push down the fixture.
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66 Important! Do not wash telescopic runners in a dishwasher. The telescopic runners should be removed and cleaned together with the wire shelf supports. Before you put the baking tray on the telescopic runners, they should be pulled out (if the oven is hot, pull out the telescopic runners by hooking the back edge of the baking tray on the bumpers in the front part of the telescopic runners) and then insert them together with the tray.
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67 Door removal In order to obtain easier access to the oven chamber for cleaning, it is possible to remove the door. To do this, tilt the safety catch part of the hinge upwards (fig.A). Close the door lightly, lift and pull it out towards you. In order to fit the door back on to the cooker, do the inverse. When fitting, ensure that the notch of the hinge is correctly placed on the protrusion of the hinge holder. After the door is fitted to the oven, the safety catch should be carefully lowered down again. If the safety catch is not set it may cause damage to the hinge when closing the door. Removing the inner panel 1. Using a cross-head screwdriver undo the screws in the upper door slat (fig. B). 2. Using a flat screwdriver remove the upper door slat, prying it gen­ tly on the sides (fig. B, C). A B C
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68 3. Pull the inner glass panel from its seat (in the lower section of the door). Important! Risk of damage to glass panel mounting. Do not lift the glass panel up but pull it out. Remove the inner panel (fig. D). 4. Clean the panel with warm water with some cleaning agent added. Carry out the same in reverse or­ der to reassemble the inner glass panel. Its smooth surface shall be pointed upwards. 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 4 D Child safety lock Oven door features a child safety lock device that prevents children from opening of the door. The ap­ pliance is supplied by the manufac­ turer with the door safety lock device engaged. Release the child safety lock. The lock is released and you can open the door. The child safety lock is re-engaged once you close the door.
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69 82 00 00 00 l Touch MENU for approx. 3-4 seconds until the display shows 0.00. Pyrolytic cleaning Oven pyrolytic self-cleaning. The oven heats up to a temperature of about 480°C. Grilling or baking resi­ due is burnt into an easy to remove ash that can be wiped off with a damp cloth. Before pyrolytic cleaning. Important! Remove all accessories from the oven (baking trays, drying grates, side racks, telescopic runners). Ac­ cessories left inside the oven will be irreversibly damaged during the pyrolysis cleaning. l Remove stubborn stains from the oven chamber. l Clean the outside of the oven with a damp cloth. l Follow the instructions. During the cleaning process. l Do not leave the cloth near the hot oven. l Do not use the hob. l Do not turn on the oven lighting. l The oven door is equipped with a lock, which prevents it from be­ ing opened during the cleaning process. Do not open the door so as not to interrupt the cleaning process. Important! During the pyrolytic oven cleaning process the oven chamber can reach a very high temperature. Conse­ quently, the appliance outer surfaces can heat up more than usual, so keep children away at all times. Some fumes can be emitted dur­ ing the cleaning, so make sure the kitchen is well ventilated. The pyrolytic cleaning process: l Close the oven door. l Set the function selector knob in position Pyrolytic Cleaning , l Pyrolytic Cleaning duration (2:00) as well as „auto” and „P” symbols are shown on the display. Door lock indicator light comes on . l Touch MENU again. The display will flash Pdur.
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70 88 08 l Touch > or < sensors to select the Duration. You can select 2.00 (2 hours, 120 minutes), 2.30 (2.5 hours, 150 minutes) or 3.00 (3 hours, 180 minutes). Once you have made your choice wait for the acoustic signal which confirms that Dura­ tion has been set. l Pyrolytic cleaning process will start. Oven door will be locked. l “P0.00” is shown on the display when the pyrolytic cleaning is complete. The appliance will then enter the cooling phase, while still displaying P0:00. 80 00 l The doors will be unlocked auto­ matically when the oven chamber cools down. When the tempera­ ture inside the oven chamber cools down to 160°C, the door is unlocked and the door lock indi­ cator light goes out. This can take 45 to 75 minutes after the P0:00 alarm is sounded. l When door lock indicator light is off, set the function selector knob in position 0. Important! When you start the pyro­ lytic cleaning process and inadvert­ ently open the oven door, the process will stop and door lock indicator will be flashing. To restart the pyrolytic cleaning turn the selector knob to 0and re-enter the desired settings. Cancel the process Pyrolytic cleaning is an automatic pro­ cess that should not be interrupted. If you need to stop the process, turn the selector knob to position 0.Depending on the time when you interrupt the process (temperature in the oven chamber) the oven chamber will need to first cool down to 160°C before the door is unlocked. Open the door in emergency If for some reason the door is not unlocked automatically, and the oven chamber has already cooled down, open the door as follows: l set the function selector knob in position "Lighting", l wait for 4 minutes; l set the function selector knob in position 0 – the oven door should unlock within 10 minutes. Note. The door will not unlock if the temperature inside the oven chamber is above 160°C. l When the door is unlocked and you turn off the oven, you can open the door and remove ash with a soft, damp cloth. Replace the side rail and other accesso­ ries. Your oven is ready for use. The cooling phase continues until the temperature of 50°C is reached inside the oven cavity.
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71 Technical data Dimensions Width 598 mm Height 900 mm Depth 600 mm Equipment 2 baking trays 1 roasting pan 1 grill rack 1 anti-tip device Power Hob 7400 W Oven 3600 W Grill 1500 W Total 11000 W Care of enamel hob and plates Protect the hob against discolouring by wiping it after each use. Avoid abrasive detergents. Use ordinary washing-up liquid or soap. If you want to polish it, use window cleaner. If the appliance does not work: For connection to the mains, see the data plate on the reverse of the appliance. To contact Cylinda Service, see box. (To find the model no. pull out the appliance and read the rating plate on the side of the appliance). Warning! Do not perform any repairs by yourself. Electrical equipment must always be repaired by an authorised electrician.
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72 Mounting the anti-tip device A B If the tiles etc. only cover the top part of the rear wall, the anti-tip device must be distanced by the equivalent thickness. A=104 mm; B=147 mm Adjust the height of the appliance IO-CFS-1262 / 8505149 (rev. 01.2019)

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