BI62212ABUK

Hisense BI62212ABUK manual

BI62212ABUK

User manual for the Hisense BI62212ABUK in English. This PDF manual has 32 pages.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF A BUILT-IN OVEN
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We thank you for your trust and the purchase of our appliance. This detailed instruction manual is supplied to make the use of this product easier. The instructions should allow you to learn about your new appliance as quickly as possible. Make sure you have received an undamaged appliance. If you do find transport damage, please contact the seller from which you purchased the appliance, or the regional warehouse from which it was supplied. The telephone number can be found on the invoice or on the delivery note. Instructions for installation and connection are supplied on a separate sheet. The following symbols are used throughout the manual and they have the following meanings: INFORMATION! Information, advice, tip, or recommendation WARNING! Warning – general danger It is important that you carefully read the instructions.
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Contents 4 Safety precautions .................................................................................................................. 6 Other important safety warnings ........................................................................................... 7 Built-in oven ............................................................................................................................ 7 Appliance description ............................................................................................................... 8 Appliance equipment ................................................................................................................ 11 Using the appliance ................................................................................................................ 11 Before first use .......................................................................................................................... 11 Switching on for the first time ................................................................................................... 12 Choosing the settings ............................................................................................................... 17 Starting the cooking process .................................................................................................... 17 End of cooking and switching off the oven .............................................................................. 18 General tips and advice for baking ....................................................................................... 19 Cooking tables ........................................................................................................................ 23 Cooking with a temperature probe ...................................................................................... 24 Recommended doneness levels for different types of meat .................................................... 25 Cleaning and maintenance .................................................................................................... 26 Using the Steam Clean program to clean the oven .................................................................. 27 Removing wire and fixed pull-out (extendible) guides .............................................................. 28 Removing and replacing the oven door and glass panes ........................................................ 29 Replacing the bulb .................................................................................................................... 30 Troubleshooting table ............................................................................................................ 30 Special warnings and fault reporting ........................................................................................ 31 DISPOSAL ................................................................................................................................ 3
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Safety precautions Carefully read the instructions and save them for future reference Appliance must be connected to fixed wiring which has incorporated means of disconnection. Fixed wiring must be made in accordance with the wiring rules. Means for disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules. The appliance must not be installed behind a decorative door in order to avoid overheating. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard (only for appliances supplied with connection cord). During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching the heating elements inside the oven. This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years and above, and by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way, and if they understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children without supervision. 4
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WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away. WARNING: The appliance and some of its accessible parts may become very 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. The appliance is not intended to be controlled by external timers or separate remote controll system. Only use the temperature probe recommended for use in this oven. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass/ the glass of hinged lids of the hob (as appropriate), since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass. Do not use steam cleaners or high-pressure cleaners to clean the appliance as this may result in an electric shock. WARNING: Before replacing the light bulb, make sure the appliance has been disconnected from the mains power, in order to prevent the hazard of an electric shock. Never pour water directly on the bottom of the oven cavity. Temperature differences could result in damage to the enamel coating. 5
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Other important safety warnings The appliance is intended for household use. Do not use it for any other purpose, such as room heating or drying of pets or other animals, paper, fabrics, herbs etc., as this may lead to injury or fire hazard. Appliance must be connected to fixed wiring which has incorporated means of disconnection. Fixed wiring must be made in accordance with the wiring rules. Do not lift the appliance by holding it by the door handle. Oven door hinges may be damaged when under excessive load. Do not stand or sit on the open oven door, and do not lean against it. Also, do not place any heavy objects onto the oven door. If the power cords of other appliances placed near this appliance get entangled in the oven door, they can be damaged, which in turn can result in a short circuit. Therefore, make sure the power cords of other appliances are always at a safe distance. Oven door becomes very hot during operation. A third glass is installed for extra protection, reducing the temperature of the outside surface (only with some models). Make sure the vents are never covered or obstructed in any other way. Do not line the oven cavity with aluminium foil, and do not place any baking trays or other cookware on the oven bottom. This would obstruct and reduce air circulation in the oven, slow down the baking process, and destroy the enamel coating. We recommend you avoid opening the oven door during baking, as this increases power consumption and increases condensate accumulation. At the end of the baking process, and during baking, be careful when opening the oven door, as there is danger of scalding. To prevent limescale accumulation, leave the oven door open after baking or using the oven, to allow the oven cavity to cool down to room temperature. Clean the oven when it has completely cooled down. Eventual mismatches in colour shades between different appliances or components within a single design line may occur due to various factors, such as different angles under which the appliances are observed, different coloured backgrounds, materials, and room illumination. Never pour water onto the oven cavity bottom. Temperature differences could result in damage to the enamel coating. WARNING! Carefully read the instructions for use before connecting the appliance. Repair or any warranty claim resulting from incorrect connection or use of the appliance shall not be covered by the warranty. 6
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Built-in oven Appliance description INFORMATION! Appliance functions and equipment depend on the model. Basic equipment of your appliance includes wire guides, shallow baking sheet, and a grid. 5 Guides – cooking levels 1 Control unit 6 Rating plate 2 Door switch 7 Oven door 3 Lighting 8 Door handle 4 Temperature probe socket Rating plate – product information A rating plate with basic information about the appliance is attached to the edge of the oven. Precise information on appliance type and model can also be found on the warranty sheet. 5 Model 1 Serial number 6 Technical information 2 Code/ID 7 Compliance indications/symbols 3 Type 4 Brand 7
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Control unit (depending on the model) 1. Cooking system selector knob 2. Gratin key (gratin) 3. Value decrease key 4. Timer function and settings key 5. Value increase key 6. Start/stop key to start or pause a program 7. Temperature settings knob 8. Display unit INFORMATION! For better key response, touch the keys with a larger area of your fingertip. Each time you press a key, this will be acknowledged by a short acoustic signal. Push-pull knobs Slightly push the knob until it pops out; then, rotate it. WARNING! After each use, rotate the knob back to the "off" position and push it back in. The push-pull knob can only be pushed back when the switch is in the "off" position. Appliance equipment Control lights Oven light: turns on when a cooking system is selected. Guides • The guides allow cooking or baking on 5 rack levels. • The height levels of guides into which the racks can be inserted, shall be counted from bottom up. • Guide levels 4 and 5 are intended for grilling/broiling. • When inserting equipment, it should be correctly rotated. • Always push the equipment all the way into the appliance. 8
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Wire guides In case of wire guides, always insert the wire (grid) rack and the baking sheets into the slot between the upper and lower part of each guide level. Fixed pull-out guides Pull-out guides may be fitted for the 2nd and 4th level. IN case of fixed pull-out guides, place the rack or baking sheet onto the guide. You can place the wire rack directly onto a baking sheet (shallow or deep all-purpose baking sheet) and place both onto the same guide; in this case, the baking sheet acts as a drip tray. Click-on pull-out guides (depending on the model) Click-on pull-out guides can be attached in any space between two wire guide levels. Place the guides symmetrically onto the wire guides on the left and right side of the oven cavity. First, hook the upper clip of the guide onto the wire of the wire guide. Then, press the lower clip into the right position until you hear a click. NOTE: The guides can be attached to any height between two levels of wire guides. INFORMATION! The click-on pull-out guides cannot be mounted onto guides with fixed double-level partial extension. They can, however, be mounted on to single-level partially extendible guides, to levels 3–4 and 4–5. Make sure the pull-out guide is correctly rotated and that it extends outwards, i.e. out from the oven. 9
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Oven door switch (depending on the model) If the oven door is opened during oven operation, the switch turns off the heater and fan in the oven cavity. When the door is closed, the switch turns the appliance operation back on. Cooling fan The appliance is fitted with a cooling fan that cools the housing, the door, and the appliance control unit. After the oven is switched off, the cooling fan continues to operate for a short while in order to cool down the oven. Oven equipment and accessories The WIRE RACK is used for grilling/broiling or as support for a pan, baking tray or baking dish with the food you are baking. INFORMATION! There is a safety latch on the grid. Therefore, the grid has to be lifted slightly at the front when pulling it out from the oven. SHALLOW BAKING SHEET is used for flat and small pastry. It can also be used as a drip tray. WARNING! The shallow baking sheet may deform as it heats up in the oven. Once it cools down, it returns to the initial shape. Such deformation does not affect its function. The ALL-AROUND DEEP BAKING TRAY is used for roasting vegetables and baking moist pastry. It can also be used as a drip tray. INFORMATION! Never insert the all-purpose (or universal) deep baking tray into the first guide during baking. Temperature PROBE( BAKESENSOR). WARNING! The appliance and some of the accessible parts tend to heat up during cooking. 10
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Using the appliance Before first use • Remove oven accessories and any packaging (cardboard, polystyrene foam) from the oven. • Wipe the oven accessories and interior with a damp cloth. Do not use abrasive or aggressive cloths or cleaners. • Heat an empty oven for approximately one hour with the top and bottom heater system at a temperature of 250 °C. The characteristic "new oven scent" will be released; therefore, ventilate the room thoroughly during this process. Switching on for the first time After connecting your appliance or after an extended power outage, 12:00 will flash on the display. First, choose and confirm the basic settings. INFORMATION! To change them, touch the keys or . Confirm the desired setting by pressing the or key. The next setting can be adjusted once you have set and confirmed the preceding one. 1. CLOCK SETTING Set the clock/time of day. First, set and confirm the minutes; then set and confirm the hours. If you press and hold the value adjustment key, the rate at which the set value is being changed will increase. INFORMATION! To set or adjust the clock later on, see chapter Extra functions. 2. DISPLAY DIMMER Medium light intensity is the default setting. The sign brh and the currently set value for the display light intensity will appear on the display unit. Use the value setting keys to increase or decrease light intensity. 3. ACOUSTIC SIGNAL VOLUME Medium volume is the default setting. The sign Vol and the currently set value for the acoustic signal volume will appear on the display unit. Use the value setting keys to increase or decrease the acoustic signal volume. After you confirm the selected settings, the clock will appear on the display unit. 11
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Choosing the settings CHOOSING THE COOKING SYSTEM Rotate the KNOB (left and right) to select the COOKING SYSTEM (see program table). INFORMATION! Settings can also be changed during operation. INFORMATION! Appliance functions and equipment depend on the model. Use Symbol RAPID PREHEATING To reach the set temperature in the shortest possible time. When the oven heats up to the desired temperature, the heating process is completed. This is followed up by the system setting you wish to use to cook your food. This function is not suitable for cooking food. TOP AND BOTTOM HEATER WITH FAN For even baking of food on a single rack, and for making soufflés. TOP AND BOTTOM HEATER Use this system for conventional baking on a single rack, making soufflés, and baking at low temperatures (slow cooking). LARGE GRILL WITH FAN For roasting poultry and larger cuts of meat under a broiler. PIZZA SYSTEM This system is optimal for baking pizza and pastry with higher water content. Use it to bake on a single rack, when you want the food to be done faster and to be crunchy. LARGE GRILL Use this system to grill large amounts of flat-shaped food like toast, open sandwiches, grill sausages, fish, skewers etc., as well as for cooking au gratin and for browning the crust. The heaters mounted on the top of the oven cavity evenly heat the entire surface. Maximum allowed temperature is 240 °C. SLOW BAKING1) For gentle, slow and even cooking of meat, fish and pastry on a single rack. This cooking method will leave the meat with a higher water content, making it juicier and more tender, while pastry will be evenly browned/baked. This system is used in the temperature range between 140 °C and 220 °C. BAKING FROZEN FOOD This method allows baking frozen food in a shorter period of time without pre-heating. Optimum for pre-baked frozen products (bakery products, croissants, lasagne, French fries, chicken nuggets), meat and vegetables. DEFROSTING This system is suitable for gentle defrosting of frozen food. 12
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Table continued from last page Use Symbol STEAM CLEAN This program makes it easier to remove any stains from inside the oven. 1) It is used for determining the energy efficiency class pursuant to the EN 60350-1 standard. SETTING THE COOKING TEMPERATURE Rotate the knob to set the desired TEMPERATURE. TIMER FUNCTIONS First, rotate the COOKING SYSTEM SELECTOR KNOB; then, set the TEMPERATURE. Timed cooking In this mode, you can specify the duration of oven operation (cooking time). Touch the key. Symbol will appear on the display unit. Touch the or to set the desired operating time. Touch the key to confirm the settings. Hold the key to start oven operation Setting the delayed start INFORMATION! Delayed start cannot be set for the grill and grill with fan systems. Use this function when you wish to start cooking the food in the oven after a certain period of time. Place the food into the oven, then set the system and temperature. Then, set the program duration and the time when you wish your food done. Example: Current time: noon Cooking time: 2 hours End of cooking: 6 pm 13
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Touch the key. The cooking duration symbol will appear on the display unit. Touch the or to set program (cooking) duration (in our case, this is 2:00). Confirm the setting by pressing the key. Double-tap the again to set the time when you wish your food done (in our case, this is 18:00, or 6 p.m.). Desired cooking end time will appear on the display unit (18:00). Touch the key to confirm the settings. Hold the key to start oven operation. While waiting to start operation, the oven is in a partial standby mode. The display is dimmed, and the fan system and oven lighting are on the entire time. The oven will switch on with the selected settings automatically (in our case at 16:00, or 4 p.m.). The oven will switch off at the set time (in our case, this is 18:00, or 6 p.m.). INFORMATION! Cooking end time and the clock will alternate on the display unit. After the set time expires, the oven will automatically stop operating. Signs End and 00:00 will alternate on the display unit. An acoustic signal will be emitted, which you may turn off by touching any key. After one minute, the acoustic signal will be switched off automatically. WARNING! This function is not suitable for food requiring a preheated oven. Perishable food should not be kept in the oven for a long time. Before using this mode, check whether the clock on the appliance is accurately set. Minute minder setting The minute minder can be used independently of oven operation. The longest possible setting is 24 hours. During the last minute, the minute minder is displayed in seconds. Touch the twice (double-tap it) until the symbol appears on the display unit. Touch the or to set the minute minder. INFORMATION! If a delayed start is set, you can set the minute minder by triple-tapping the key. INFORMATION! You can terminate the selected timer function by touching the and key simultaneously. INFORMATION! The most recently used timer function values will be stored and offered as preset values the next time you use the timer. These settings may also be deactivated (see chapter Selecting extra functions, Adaptive function). 14
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CHOOSING THE GENERAL SETTINGS Turn the COOKING SYSTEM SELECTOR KNOB to position "0". To activate a function, press the key and hold it for 3 seconds. SEtt will appear on the display unit for a few seconds. Then, the extra functions menu will appear. INFORMATION! Use the and keys to navigate the menu. Confirm the setting by pressing the key. To exit the extra functions menu, touch the key. 1. Clock displayed Use the and keys to set the clock. CLoc will appear on the display unit. After you confirm, you can toggle between 12-hour and 24-hour display. Confirm, the set the clock/time of day. First, set and confirm the minutes; then set and confirm the hours. 2. Acoustic signal volume Choose between three beep volume levels. Choose the Vol setting. Touch the or key to select the desired level, and confirm. 3. Display illumination Choose between three levels of display light intensity. Choose the brh setting. Touch the or key to select the desired level, and confirm. Use the value setting keys to increase or decrease light intensity. 4. Display unit – night mode This function will automatically dim the display (switch from high to low display illumination level) during night time (8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.) Choose the nGht setting. Touch the or key to select the desired night-time display illumination, and confirm. 5. Standby This function automatically switches the clock display on or off. Select the hidE setting. Touch the or key to select on or off, and confirm. 15
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6. Adaptive function This function allows adjusting the set cooking time. The function is activated as a factory default, but it can also be deactivated. When the function is activated, the most recent cooking program duration settings are displayed. Values from the most recent cooking session will be used. AdPt will appear on the display unit. To deactivate the function, touch the or key to select off. Follow the same procedure to re-activate the function. Select on on the display unit. 7. Factory settings This function allows resetting the appliance to factory settings. FAct will appear on the display unit. Touch the or key to select rES to choose the factory settings, and confirm by pressing and holding the key. Hold the key until all lit dashes disappear. WARNING! After a power outage or after the appliance is switched off, additional function settings will remain stored for no more than a few minutes. Then, all settings, except for the acoustic signal volume and display dimmer will be reset to factory defaults. 16
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Starting the cooking process The dash above the key is partially lit. Start the set program by long pressing this key. Until the oven reaches the set temperature for the first time, the dash above the key will flash. During program operation, the key will be brighter (it is fully lit). INFORMATION! If no timer function is selected, cooking time will appear on the display unit. A short acoustic signal is emitted when the oven reaches the selected temperature. Extra gratin The function can only be started after 10 minutes of oven operation (the dash above the gratin key will be partly/dimly lit). When the function is confirmed, cooking time 10 minutes (10:00) will appear on the display unit. Touch the or key to set the gratin duration. The function can also be deactivated by long-pressing the gratin key. The function is used in the last stage of baking or after the baking process when you add sauce (wet rub) or dry rub onto the food, or when you wish to additionally brown the crust. A golden-brown crust will form on the dish during the gratin process, which protects the food from drying out, while also imparting a more pleasant appearance and better flavour. End of cooking and switching off the oven Long press the key to pause the cooking process. End appears on display unit an acoustic signal is emitted. Turn the COOKING SYSTEM SELECTOR KNOB to position "0". INFORMATION! After the cooking process, all timer settings are also stopped and deleted, except for the minute minder. Time of day (clock) will be displayed. After the use of the oven, some water may be left in the condensate channel (underneath the door). Wipe the channel with a sponge or a cloth. 17
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General tips and advice for baking • Remove all unnecessary equipment from the oven during baking • Use equipment made of heat-resistant non-reflective materials (supplied baking sheets, trays, and dishes, enamel-coated cookware, tempered glass cookware). Bright-coloured materials (stainless steel or aluminium) materials reflect heat. As a result, thermal processing of food in them is less effective. • Always insert the baking sheets and trays to the end of the guides. When baking on the wire rack, place the baking dishes or trays in the middle of the rack. • For optimum food preparation, we recommend observing the guidelines specified in the cooking table. Choose the lower specified temperature and the shortest specified cooking time. When this time expires, check the results and then adjust the settings as necessary. • Unless it is absolutely necessary, do not open the oven door during baking. • Do not place the baking trays directly onto the oven cavity bottom. • Do not use the all-purpose deep baking tray on the 1st guide level while the appliance is operating. • Do not cover the oven cavity bottom or the wire rack with aluminium foil. • With longer cooking programs, you can switch off the oven approximately 10 minutes before the end of cooking time to make use of the accumulated heat. • Always place the baking dishes onto the wire rack. • When baking on several levels at the same time, insert the all-purpose deep baking tray into the lower level. • When cooking according to recipes from older cookbooks, use the bottom and top heater system (as in conventional ovens) and set the temperature 10 °C lower than specified in the recipe. • If you are using parchment paper, make sure it is resistant to high-temperatures. Always trim it accordingly. Parchment paper prevents the food from sticking to the baking sheet and makes it easier to remove the food from the baking sheet. • When cooking larger cuts of meat or pastry with higher water content, a lot of steam will be generated inside the oven, which in turn may condense on the oven door. This is a normal phenomenon which will not affect the operation of the appliance. After the cooking process, wipe the door and the door glass dry. • When baking directly on the wire rack, insert the all-purpose deep tray one level lower to serve as a drip tray. • Preheating: Only preheat the oven if required by the recipe of in the tables in these instructions for use. If you are preheating the oven, do not insert the food into the oven until the oven is fully heated. Temperature has a substantial effect on the final result. Preheating is recommended for delicate cuts of meat (sirloin), and for yeast-leavened and sponge dough that require a shorter baking time. Heating an empty oven consumes a lot of energy. Therefore, if possible, we recommend cooking several dishes in succession, or making several dishes simultaneously. Dishes that require a fully pre-heated oven are indicated with one asterisk in the table * , while dishes for which a 5-minute preheat will suffice are indicated with two asterisks ** . In this case, do not use the rapid preheat mode. • Slow Bake: Allows slow and controlled cooking at a low temperature. The meat juices are distributed evenly, and the meat remains juicy and tender. The SlowBake slow cooking method is suitable for delicate boneless meat cuts. Before slow cooking, sear the meat thoroughly from all sides in a frying pan. 18
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Cooking tables Dish PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Pastry/cakes in moulds 30-40 160 3 Sponge cake 60-70 180 2 pie with filling 50-60 170-180 2 marble cake 45-55 170-180 2 cake with leavened dough, Gugelhupf (Bundt cake, pound cake) 35-45 180-190 3 open pie, tart 30-35 180-190 2 brownies pastry on baking trays and sheets 60-70 180-200 2 strudel 34-45 190-210 2 strudel, frozen 13-18 180-190* 3 sponge roll 30-40 180-190 2 Buchteln biscuits, cookies 25-35 160 * 3 cupcakes 17-22 180 * 2 yeast-leavened small pastry 15-20 200 * 2 puff pastry cookies/biscuits 30-40 150 * 3 piped cookies 15-20 160-170 * 3 cookies/biscuits 120-150 80-100 * 3 meringue 15-20 130-140 * 3 macarons bread 30-45 40-45 2 rising and proofing 40-55 190-200 2 bread on a baking sheet 30-45 190-200 1 bread in a tin 19
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Table continued from last page Dish 15-25 270 2 flatbread (focaccia) 10-15 200-210 3 fresh bread rolls (Semmel/morning rolls) 4-6 240 5 toasted bread 3-5 240 5 open sandwiches pizza and other dishes 5-10 300 * 1 pizza 10-20 200-220 2 frozen pizza 50-60 180-200 2 savoury pie, quiche 40-50 180-190 2 burek MEAT beef and veal 130-160 160-170 2 beef roast (loin, rump), 1.5 kg 90-120 200-210 2 boiled beef, 1.5 kg 40-60 170-190 * 2 sirloin, medium done, 1 kg 250-300 120-140 * 2 beef roast, slow cooked 25-30 220-230 4 beef steaks, well done, thickness 4 cm 25-35 220-230 4 burgers, thickness 3 cm 120-150 160-170 2 veal roast, 1.5 kg pork 100-130 170-180 3 pork roast, rump, 1.5 kg 120-150 180-190 3 pork roast, shoulder, 1.5 kg 80-100 80-100 * 2 pork loin, 400 g 200-230 100-120 * 2 pork roast, slow cooked 210-240 120-140 * 2 pork ribs, slow cooked 20-25 220-230 4 pork chops, thickness 3 cm poultry 60-80 200-220 2 poultry, 1.2 - 2.0 kg 80-100 170-180 2 poultry with stuffing, 1.5 kg 20
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Table continued from last page Dish 45-60 170-180 2 poultry, breast 25-40 210-220 3 chicken thighs, wings 60-90 100-120 * 3 poultry, breast, slow cooked meat dishes 60-70 170-180 2 meat loaf, 1 kg 8-15 230 ** 4 grill sausages, bratwurst FISH AND SEAFOOD 12-20 230-240 4 whole fish, 350 g 8-12 220-230 4 fish fillet, thickness 1 cm 10-15 220-230 4 fish steak, thickness 2cm 5-10 230 * 4 scallops 3-10 230 * 4 shrimps VEGETABLES 30-40 210-220 * 3 baked potatoes, wedges 40-50 200-210 * 3 baked potatoes, halved 30-40 190-200 3 stuffed potato (jacket potato) 20-30 210-220 * 4 French fries, home-made 30-40 190-200 3 mixed vegetables, wedges 30-40 190-200 3 stuffed vegetables CONVENTIONAL PRODUCTS – FROZEN 20-30 210-220 3 French fries 12-20 210-220 * 4 Chicken medallions 15-25 210-220 2 Fish fingers 30-40 200-220 2 lasagne, 400 g 20-30 190-210 2 diced vegetables 18-23 170-180 3 croissants BAKED PUDDINGS, SOUFFLÉS AND DISHES AU GRATIN 35-45 180-190 2 potato moussaka 21
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Table continued from last page Dish 35-45 190-200 2 lasagne 40-60 160-180 * 2 sweet baked pudding 35-45 160-180 2 sweet soufflé 30-45 170-190 3 dishes au gratin 20-35 180-200 2 stuffed tortillas, enchiladas 6-9 240 ** 4 grilling cheese OTHER 30 180 2 preservation 30 125 3 sterilization / 150-170 * 2 cooking in a bain-marie (double boiler) / 60-95 3 reheating 15 75 2 plate warming 22
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Cooking with a temperature probe ( BAKESENSOR) (depending on the model) The temperature probe allows for accurate monitoring of the core temperature of the food during cooking. WARNING! The temperature probe should not be in direct vicinity of the heating elements. 1 Stick the metal end of the probe into the thickest part of the food. 2 Plug the probe plug into the socket located in the upper-right corner at the front of the oven cavity (see figure). SEnS will appear on the display unit. NOTE: When you insert the probe into the socket, the preset functions on the oven are deleted. 3 Choose the desired system and cooking temperature (in the temperature range of up to 230 °C). Probe operation symbol and the preset temperature will appear on the display unit. To change the temperature, use the or key. Select the desired final core temperature of the food (in the temperature range between 30 and 99 °C). NOTE: When using the probe, setting the cooking time is not possible. 4 Confirm the setting by pressing the key. 5 When the set core temperature is reached, the oven will stop operating. End will appear on the display unit. An acoustic signal will be heard which you may turn off by touching any key. After one minute, the acoustic signal will be switched off automatically. INFORMATION! During the cooking process, set and current food core temperature alternate on the display unit. You may change the cooking temperature or the target food core temperature during the cooking process. 23
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Correct use of the probe, by type of food: • poultry: stick the probe in the thickest part of the breast; • red meat: stick the probe into a lean part that is not marbled with fat; • smaller chunks with bone: stick them into an area along the bone; • fish: stick the probe behind the head, towards the spine. WARNING! After use, carefully remove the probe from the food, unplug from the socket in the oven cavity, and clean it. INFORMATION! If you do not use the probe, remove it from the oven. Recommended doneness levels for different types of meat well done medium well medium medium rare blue (raw) Type of food BEEF 68-73 59-65 53-58 48-52 46-48 beef, roast 63-66 58-62 54-57 49-53 45-48 beef, sirloin 63-66 58-62 54-57 49-53 45-48 roast beef/rump steak 71-74 66-68 60-63 54-57 49-52 burgers VEAL 63-66 58-62 54-57 49-53 45-48 veal, sirloin 63-66 58-62 54-57 49-53 45-48 veal, rump PORK 75-85 65-70 / / / roast, neck / 60-69 / / / pork, loin 80-85 / / / / meat loaf LAMB 77-80 72-76 66-71 60-65 / lamb MUTTON 77-80 72-76 66-71 60-45 / mutton GOAT MEAT 77-80 72-76 66-71 60-45 / goat POULTRY 82-90 / / / / poultry, whole 62-65 / / / / poultry, breast FISH AND SEAFOOD / 62-65 / / / trout / 55-60 / / / tuna / 52-55 / / / salmon 24
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Cleaning and maintenance WARNING! Before cleaning, unplug the appliance from the power mains and wait for the appliance to cool down. Children should not clean the appliance or perform maintenance tasks without proper supervision. For easier cleaning, oven cavity and baking tray and sheet are coated with special enamel for a smooth and resistant surface. Regularly clean the appliance and use warm water and hand dishwashing liquid to remove larger impurities and limescale. Use a clean soft cloth or sponge cloth. Appliance exterior: use hot soapsuds and a soft cloth to remove impurities, then wipe the surfaces dry. Appliance interior: for stubborn dirt and grime, use conventional oven cleaners. When using such cleaners, thoroughly wipe the appliance with a wet cloth to remove all cleaner residue. Accessories and guides: clean with hot soapsuds and a damp cloth. For stubborn dirt and grime, we recommend prior soaking and use of a brush. If the cleaning results are not satisfactory, repeat the cleaning process. INFORMATION! Never use aggressive or abrasive cleaners and accessories (abrasive sponges and detergents, stain and rust removers, scrapers for glass ceramic plates). Oven equipment is dishwasher-safe. Food residue (fat, sugar, protein) can ignite during the use of the appliance. Therefore, remove larger chunks of dirt from the oven interior and accessories before each use. 25
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Using the Steam Clean program to clean the oven This program makes it easier to remove any stains from inside the oven. The function is the most effective if used regularly, after each use. Before running the cleaning program, remove all large visible chunks of dirt and food residues from the oven cavity. 1 Insert the shallow baking sheet into the first guide level and pour 0.4 litres of hot water into it. 2 Turn the COOKING SYSTEM SELECTOR KNOB to Steam Clean. Set the TEMPERATURE KNOB to 80 °C. 3 Let the program operate for half an hour. 4 When the program is completed, carefully remove the baking sheet, using oven mitts (there can still be some water on the baking sheet). Wipe down the stains with damp cloth and soapsuds. Thoroughly wipe the appliance with a wet cloth to remove all cleaner residue. INFORMATION! If the cleaning process is not successful (in case of particularly stubborn dirt), repeat it. WARNING! Use the Steam Clean system when the oven has fully cooled down. 26
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Removing wire and fixed pull-out (extendible) guides A Hold the guides by the bottom side and pull them towards the center of the oven cavity. B Remove them from the openings at the top. INFORMATION! When removing the guides, take care not to damage the enamel coating. 27
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Removing and replacing the oven door and glass panes 1 First, fully open the door (as far as it will go). 2 Oven door is attached to the hinges with special supports that also include safety levers. Rotate the safety levers towards the door by 90°. Slowly close the door to a 45° angle (relative to the position of the fully closed door); then, lift the door and pull it out. Oven door glass pane can be cleaned from the inside, but it has to be removed from the appliance door first. First, proceed as described under item 2, but do not remove it. 3 Remove the air guide. Hold it on the left- and right-hand side of the door with your hands. Remove it by slightly pulling it towards you. 4 Hold the door glass at the upper edge and remove it. To the same for the second and third glass pane (depending on the model). 5 To replace the glass panes, observe the reverse order. INFORMATION! To replace the door, follow the reverse order. If the door does not open or close properly, make sure the notches on the hinges are aligned with the hinge beds. WARNING! The oven door hinge can close with considerable force. Therefore, always rotate both safety levers to the support when fitting or removing the appliance door. Soft door closing and opening Oven door is fitted with a system that dampens the door closing force, starting at the 75-degree angle. It allows simple, quiet, and gentle opening and closing of the door. A gentle push (to a 15° angle relative to the closed door position) is enough for the door to close automatically and softly. WARNING! If the force applied to close the door is too strong, the effect of the system is reduced or the system will be bypassed for safety. 28
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Replacing the bulb The bulb is a consumable and therefore not covered by warranty. Before replacing the bulb, remove all accessories from the oven. Halogen lamp: G9, 230 V, 25 W 1 Unscrew and remove the cover (in anti-clockwise direction). Remove the halogen bulb. 2 Use a flat plastic tool to remove the cover. Remove the halogen bulb. INFORMATION! Take care not to damage the enamel coating. Use protection to avoid burning yourself. WARNING! Only replace the light bulb when the appliance is disconnected from power supply. 29
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Troubleshooting table Special warnings and fault reporting During the warranty period, only a service center authorized by the manufacturer may carry out any repairs. Before making any repairs, make sure the appliance is disconnected from the power mains either by removing the fuse or by disconnecting the power plug from the wall outlet. Any unauthorized repairs of the appliance may result in electric shock and short circuit hazard; therefore, do not perform them. Leave such work to an expert or a service technician. In case of minor problems with appliance operation, check this manual to see if you can fix the problem yourself. If the appliance is not operating properly or at all due to inappropriate operation or handling, a visit from a service technician shall not be free of charge, even during the warranty period. Save the instructions for future reference and pass them on to any subsequent owners or users of the appliance. Following is some advice on rectifying some common problems. Cause Problem/error Call a service technician. The main fuse in your home trips often. The process of changing the light bulb in the oven is described in the chapter Replacing the bulb. The oven lighting does not work. Disconnect the appliance from the power mains for a few minutes (undo the fuse or switch off the main switch); then, reconnect the appliance and switch it on. Control unit is not responding, the screen is frozen. There is an error in the electronic module operation. Disconnect the appliance from the power mains for a few minutes. Error code ErrX is displayed. In case of a double-digit error code, ErXX will be displayed. If the error is still indicated, call a service technician. If the problems persist despite observing the above advice, call an authorized service technician. Repair or any warranty claim resulting from incorrect connection or use of the appliance shall not be covered by the warranty. In this case, the user will cover the cost of repair. 30
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DISPOSAL Our product packaging is made of environmentally friendly materials that can be recycled, disposed of, or destroyed without any hazard to the environment. To this end, packaging materials are labelled appropriately. The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that the product should not be treated as normal household waste. Take the product to an authorized collection centre for waste electric and electronic equipment processing. Correct disposal of the product will help prevent any negative effects on the environment and health of people, which could occur in case of incorrect product removal. For detailed information on removal and processing of the product, please contact the relevant municipal body in charge of waste management, your waste disposal service, or the store where you bought the product. We reserve the right to any changes and errors in the instructions for use. 31

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