Inventum BV010 manual

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  • Brand: Inventum
  • Product: Stove
  • Model/name: BV010
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French

Table of Contents

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• Carefully and fully read the instruction manual prior to
using the appliance and carefully store the manual for
future reference.
• Only use this appliance for the purposes described in the
instruction manual. Do not use aggressive cleaning agents in
this appliance. The cooker is only suitable for preparing food.
The appliance is not suitable for industrial or laboratory use.
• WARNING: the appliance and accessible parts get hot
during use. Do not touch hot parts. Keep children younger
than 8 years of age out of the vicinity, unless they are
supervised at all times.
• The appliance can be used by children of 8 years and older and
persons with a limited physical, sensory or mental capacity or
lack of experience or knowledge, provided they use the appliance
under supervision or have been instructed about its safe use and
understand the hazards involved.
• Children are not allowed to play with the appliance.
• The appliance may not be cleaned or maintained by children,
unless this is done under supervision.
• Do not store objects that might be of interest to children in
cabinets above or behind the appliance.
• The cooking zones get hot when used and remain hot for
a period after use. Do not allow small children in the vicinity
during and immediately after cooking.
• Caution: Liquids and other foods may not be heated in closed
tin cans, as they can explode due to the pressure.
• Alcohol vapours could catch fire. Never prepare dishes
containing a large percentage of alcohol. Only use small
amounts of liquor with a high alcohol percentage. Open the
oven door carefully.
• The exterior of the cooker can become hot when the cooker
has been used for a long period of time. The same applies
to the oven door. In case of long-term use at maximum
temperature, the glass pane of the oven door will get hot.
Be careful when there are children present.
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safety instructions
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• WARNING: fire hazard: do not leave anything standing on
the cooker.
• WARNING: cooking with fat or oil on an unattended cooker
can be dangerous and could result in fire. NEVER try to
extinguish the fire with water. Instead, you should turn off
the appliance and then cover the flames with a lid or an
extinguishing blanket, for example.
• The cooker must be cleaned regularly and food residues must
be removed.
• When there are scratches on the glass pane of the oven
door, it could break. Do not use scrapers or sharp or abrasive
cleaning agents.
• Do not use the appliance as a worktop. The appliance can
be switched on by accident or still be hot, which means that
objects could melt, get hot or catch fire.
• Never cover the appliance with a cloth or something similar.
If the appliance is still hot or is switched on, there is a fire hazard.
• Do not place metal objects such as knives, forks, spoons
and lids on the surface of the cooking section. These can
become hot.
• The ceramic plate is very strong, but not unbreakable.
If something falls on it, such as a spice jar or a pointy object,
this may result in a broken plate.
• WARNING: if the cooking surface is cracked, switch off the
appliance to avoid the risk of an electric shock.
• At higher positions, you should be aware of the very fast heating
time. Always remain nearby after adjusting a cooking zone to
a higher position.
• Never clean the cooker with a high pressure cleaner or steam
cleaner.
• Do not use the appliance in a room with an ambient
temperature below 5°C.
• If the appliance is used for the first time, it will smell ‘new’.
This is normal. The smell will disappear through ventilation.
• WARNING: if the glass plate of the cooking section is broken:
- immediately switch off all cooking zones and electrical
heating elements and interrupt the power supply to the
appliance.
- do not touch the surface of the appliance.
- do not use the appliance.
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• In case of smoke, switch off the cooker and remove the plug
from the socket. Keep the oven door closed to smother
the flames.
• Check that the appliance is switched off before replacing the
lamp, to prevent the risk of an electric shock.
• Do not place oven accessories on the opened oven door.
• Never cover the bottom of the oven with aluminium foil.
Aluminium foil stops the heat and may therefore lead to poor
baking results. Moreover, the email of the oven bottom could
get damaged.
• The cooker has a fan that cools the oven mantle. When the
oven is switched off, this fan could continue to run for some time.
• Ensure sufficient ventilation during use.
• Keep natural ventilation openings open.
• During prolonged use of the cooker, extra ventilation
will be required. Open a window, for example, or install
a mechanical fan.
• Never flambé under a cooker hood. The high flames could
cause a fire even with the fan switched off.
• Avoid direct contact with materials that are not heat-resistant.
• This appliance may only be fitted by a certified installer.
• Defective parts may only be replaced by original parts. Only for
those parts will the manufacturer be able to guarantee that
they meet the safety requirements.
• If the connecting cable is damaged, it may only be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service organisation or similarly qualified
persons, in order to prevent hazardous situations.
• The appliance may not be connected to the mains supply
via a power strip or extension cord. If this is not observed,
the safety of the appliance cannot be guaranteed.
• The appliance must always be earthed.
• The walls and the worktop around the appliance must be heat-
resistant to at least 100°C. Even if the appliance itself does not
get hot, the heat of a hot pan could discolour or deform the wall.
• Not keeping the cooker clean could lead to wear and tear which,
in its turn, will have an effect on the life span and could result in
dangerous situations.
• The cooker cannot be used with a timer or separate remote
control.
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• Only connect the appliance to alternate current, to an earthed
wall socket, with a mains voltage that corresponds with the
information provided on the information plate of the appliance.
• Safety during use is only guaranteed if the assembly has taken
place in a technically correct way and in accordance with these
installation instructions. The installer is liable for damage caused
by incorrect assembly.
• The gas connection must meet national and regional safety
instructions. That is why you should have the cooker connected
by a certified installer.
• The electrical connection may be carried out only by a qualified
electrician. This person should be aware of the national and
regional safety instructions with which the connection has
to comply.
• The cooker falls under protection factor I and may only be used
in combination with an earthed connection. The manufacturer is
not liable for unsuitable operation and possible damage caused
by unsuitable installations.
• The cooker must be connected to a permanent installation in
which provisions for switching off are integrated, in accordance
with the installation instructions.
• Make sure that the power supply cable does not get jammed
during installation or is running along sharp edges. It must be
placed in such a way that no contact is made with hot parts of
the cooker.
• The connection point, socket and/or plug must always be
accessible.
• In case of incorrect installation or connection, the warranty
becomes invalid.
• Attention: any change to the appliance, including replacement
of the power cable, must be performed by personnel of the
technical department who have been specifically trained.
• Never submerge the cord or plug in water.
• This appliance is only suitable for household use. If the
appliance is not used as intended, no compensation can be
claimed in case of defects or accidents and the warranty will
be invalidated.
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• If you decide not to use the appliance any more due
to a defect, we recommend cutting off the cord after
removing the plug from the wall socket.
Household appliances may not be added to normal
household waste. Take the appliance to a special centre
for separated waste collection of your municipality
to have it recycled in a responsible manner and in
accordance with government regulations.
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1. Cooking section
2. Thermostat light of the oven
3. Indicator led of the oven
4. Temperature knob
5. On/off and oven mode knob
6. Oven door
7. Sliding drawer
8. Oven light
9. Levels in oven
10. Baking tray
11. Grille
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Cooking section
1. Cooking zone - front left (Ø 210 mm)
2. Cooking zone - rear left (Ø 160 mm)
3. Cooking zone - rear right (Ø 160 mm)
4. Cooking zone - front right (Ø 160 mm)
5. Operating panel
Operating panel
6. Key for key lock
7. Cooking zone key
8. Power keys + and -
9. Timer key
10. On/off key
11. Power/residual heat indicator
12. Display timer
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prior to first use
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Before using the appliance for the first time, you should proceed as follows: carefully unpack the cooker and remove all
packaging material and any promotional stickers. Keep the packaging (plastic bags, polystyrene and cardboard) out of the
reach of children. After unpacking the appliance, check it for external damage that may have occurred during transport.
Check that the voltage corresponds with what is stated on the information plate. For the installation of the cooker you must
observe the instructions in the INSTALLATION section.
Clean the cooker and all accessories with warm water and a mild cleaning agent. Properly rinse with water only and dry.
installation
4
• Safety during use is only guaranteed if the assembly has taken place in a technically correct way and in accordance with
these installation instructions. The installer is liable for damage caused by incorrect assembly.
• The cooker falls under protection factor I and may only be used in combination with an earthed connection.
The manufacturer is not liable for unsuitable operation and possible damage caused by unsuitable electric installations.
• The cooker must be connected to a permanent installation in which provisions for switching off are integrated,
in accordance with the installation instructions.
• Make sure that the power supply cable does not get jammed during installation or is running along sharp edges. It must be
placed in such a way that no contact is made with hot parts of the cooker.
• The connection point, socket and/or plug must always be accessible.
• In case of incorrect installation or connection, the warranty becomes invalid.
• Attention: any change to the appliance, including replacement of the power supply cable, must be performed by
a certified installer.
PLACEMENT OF THE COOKER
• The location of the cooker must be dry and properly aerated and have a properly functioning ventilation in accordance
with the applicable technical regulations. The suitability of the room for placement of a cooker is evaluated on the basis
of the following legal provisions.
• The room must be provided with a ventilation system. This installation should consist of a ventilation grille or a cooker
hood. Cooker hoods must be mounted in accordance with the included user manuals. The placement of the cooker
must guarantee free access to all control elements.
• If the cooker is used intensively and for long periods of time, it may be necessary to open a window to improve ventilation.
• The cooker must be placed on a hard, even surface (do not place on a frame).
• Before you start using the cooker, you must level it. This is particularly important for an even distribution of fat in the pan.
For this you can use the adjustable legs that can be reached when the sliding drawer is removed. Adjustment range � 5mm.
COOKER HOOD
min. 600 mm
min.
420
mm
min.
420
mm
min.
700
mm
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CONNECTING THE COOKER TO THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
• The cooker is supplied without a connection cable and, in accordance with connection diagram A1, it is set by
default for 2 x 1 phase (230VDC). The cooker uses a so-called 5-pole Perilex plug (not included). In the meter
cupboard, the groups must each be protected with a 16 Ampere fuse at least.
• The cooker can also be connected in accordance with connection diagram A2. This may only be performed
by a certified installer.
• The socket for connecting to the electrical system must be provided with an earthing pen and may not be
located above the cooker. The socket for connecting to the electrical system must also be accessible for
the user after placement of the cooker.
• Before connecting the cooker, check that:
- the fuse and electrical system are suitable for the load of the oven,
- the electrical system is equipped with an efficient earthing system that meets the current standards
and regulations.
- the socket is easily accessible.
ASSEMBLY OF THE TILTING SAFEGUARD
The tilting safeguard is mounted to prevent the cooker from tilting. Thanks to
the tilting safeguard, children are prevented from climbing on the open oven
door and tilting the cooker.
Cooker, 850 mm high
A = 60 mm
B = 103 mm
Cooker, 900 mm high
A = 104 mm
B = 147 mm
A
B
connection cable
connection block
connection cable
connection block
A2
A1
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POWER MANAGEMENT
This function allows you to set the total maximum power of the cooking section. This may be necessary in connection with
the available electrical connection. By default, the cooking section is set to 3.7kW.
The cooking section can be set to one of the following values:
Wiring diagram Maximum power
A1
2.8 kW
3.7 kW (default)
A2
6.0 kW
7.4 kW (maximum)
Once the cooker has been provided with a connection cable and plug and the cooker is at the right location, you can insert
the plug in the socket.
If you want to adapt the maximum power, you must do this within 5 minutes after inserting the plug in the socket.
• Switch on the cooking section by means of the on/off key and then hold down the key for the front left cooking zone
and the timer key for 3 seconds.
• The timer display shows the default value [3.7] or a previously selected value.
• Use the and keys to select a different value (3.7 - 6.0 - 7.4 - 2.8).
• Confirm the selected value within 10 seconds by pressing the timer key for 3 seconds. The selected value briefly
flashes 3 times and a sound signal can be heard. After that, the cooking section is switched off. The cooking section now
functions with the maximum power set by you.
• If the selected value is not confirmed within 10 seconds, the cooking section switches off automatically and continues to
function in accordance with the latest setting.
Duringuseofthe different cookingzones,thePowerManagementfunctionchecksthattheselectedtotalpowerisnot
exceeded.Settings that wouldleadtoasituationwherethepowerisexceeded,areblockedandarenotaccessibletotheuser.
Heat the oven approximately 30 minutes at the highest temperature to remove all remaining production residues, such as
oil. In this way you prevent unpleasant odours from being generated when preparing food.
MAXIMUM POWER
During cooking, the maximum available power of each cooking zone depends on how much is being cooked at the same
time and to what wattage the power management has been set:
Number of cooking zones being
used at the same time
1 2 3 4
Connection 2.8 kW
210 P 9 9 9 7 7 7
160 P 7 9 P P 8
160 P 7 9 P P 8
160 P 7 9 P P 8
Number of cooking zones being
used at the same time
1 2 3 4
Connection 3.7 kW - default
210 P P P P 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 6
160 P 8 P P P 8 8 7 7 9 7
160 P 8 9 P P 7 8 8 7 9 7
160 P 8 P P P 7 7 8 8 9 7
Number of cooking zones being
used at the same time
1 2 3 4
Connection 6.5 kW
210 P P P P 9 P P 9 9 P 9
160 P 8 P P P 8 8 P P P 8 P
160 P P P P P P P P P
160 P P P P P P P P P
Number of cooking zones being
used at the same time
1 2 3 4
Connection 7.4 kW all Theboostfunctioncanbeusedonallcookingzonesatthesametime.
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operating the cooking section
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Only use pans that are suitable for an induction hob.
The cooking section works by means of electronic sensors that are operated by touching the corresponding touch control.
At each touch of a touch control, you can hear a sound signal.
SWITCHING ON THE COOKING SECTION
Switch on the cooking section by pressing the ON/OFF key for a few seconds. The displays of all cooking zones show a [0].
If no cooking zone is selected within 10 seconds, the cooking section switches off automatically.
SWITCHING OFF THE COOKING SECTION
Switch off the cooking section at any time by pressing the ON/OFF key for a few seconds.
The ON/OFF key always has priority in the switching off function.
SWITCHING ON A COOKING ZONE
Press the touch control of the cooking zone you wish to use. The display indicates [0] at the chosen cooking zone.
Place the pan on the cooking zone. Select the required power with the + key or - key.
To bring food to the boil quickly, you select the highest power [ 9 ] and then press the + key once more. The display shows
a P, indicating the Boost mode.
BOOST MODE -
The Boost mode provides extra power and can be adjusted for one zone each time. Select a cooking zone, set the power
to the highest position [ 9 ] and press the + key once more. The display of the cooking zone concerned now shows a P,
indicating the Boost mode.
To switch off the Boost mode, select the cooking zone and press the - key. The P disappears from the display.
After 10 minutes, the Boost mode automatically switches back to the set power.
When a different cooking zone is also switched on, the Boost mode of the previously selected cooking zone is
cancelled. In other words, the Boost mode can only be used when there is only one cooking zone active.
In that case, the power of the second cooking zone is reduced automatically. The required power reduction is
shown through flashing of the cooking zone concerned. The display flashes for 3 seconds and during that time
adjustments can be made before the power is reduced automatically.
SWITCHING OFF A COOKING ZONE
Select the cooking zone you wish to switch off by pressing the accompanying key. Touch the - key to reduce the power
to [0] or press the accompanying cooking zone key for 3 seconds.
If the cooking zone is hot, the display shows a [H] instead of an [0].
SWITCHING OFF ALL COOKING ZONES AT THE SAME TIME
To switch off all cooking zones at the same time, you must press the ON/OFF key. On the displays of all cooking zones that
are still hot, you can see an [H].
RESIDUAL HEAT INDICATOR - /
The residual heat indicator shows that the glass is still too hot to touch in the area of the cooking zone.
If the area of the cooking zone is still too hot, an [H] appears in the display of the cooking zone concerned, when the
temperature is above 60°C. Once the temperature has dropped between 45°C and 60°C, the [H] changes to [h].
The residual heat is low. Once the temperature is below 45°C, the residual heat indicator switches off.
When the residual heat indicator lights up, do not touch the cooking zone concerned to prevent burns and do
not place objects on it that are sensitive to heat!
In case of a power interruption, the residual heat is not shown. However, the cooking zone can still be hot!
KEY LOCK
The key lock is intended for locking and setting a safe mode during use. Children will not be able to switch on the hob by
accident. Also adjustment to a higher power or other changes are not possible. In this mode it is only possible to switch off
the cooking section.
The key lock is active when the key lock is pressed for 5 seconds. This is confirmed by a sound signal. The key lock
indicator light burns and control of the cooking section is blocked.
To cancel the key lock, press the key lock for 3 seconds.
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SETTING THE TIMER FUNCTION
The timer function can be used in two way: cooking timer and egg timer.
Cooking timer
The cooking timer is coupled to a cooking zone and can be set separately for each cooking zone. Contrary to the egg timer,
the cooking timer switches off the cooking zone when the set time has passed.
• Switch on the cooking section with the ON/OFF key and select a cooking zone .
• Adjust the power with the + and - keys.
• Press the TIMER key and set the required cooking time with the + and - keys.
• The burning LED indicates for which cooking zone the cooking timer has been set.
The cooking timer can be set independently on all operating cooking zones.
When more than one cooking timer is set on the display of the timer, the shortest time is shown. The flashing
LED indicates for which cooking zone this is.
When the set cooking time has expired, a beep sound can be heard. The beep sound stops automatically after 2 minutes or
after a random key has been touched.
The programmed cooking zone is switched off and [H] appears in the display if the area of the cooking zone is hot.
To set an additional cooking timer, proceed as follows:
• Select a different cooking zone .
• Adjust the power with the + and - keys.
• Press the TIMER key and set the required cooking time with the + and - keys.
• The burning LED indicates for which cooking zone the cooking timer has been set.
• 10 seconds after the last setting, the display shows the time of the cooking zone of which the time expires first (if several
cooking zones are programmed). The accompanying LED flashes in the display.
To adjust the set cooking time, proceed as follows:
• Select the required cooking zone . The set power flashes in the display.
• Press the TIMER key
• Set the new required cooking time using the + and - keys.
Switching off the cooking timer manually, if necessary:
• Select the cooking zone of which you want to switch off the cooking timer. The set power lights up in the display.
• Then press the TIMER key for 3 seconds or change the time with the + and - keys to 00.
Egg timer
The egg timer can be used as an extra alarm, without having a cooking timer set for one of the cooking zones.
• Switch on the cooking section using the ON/OFF key .
• Then press the TIMER key and set the required cooking time with the + and - keys.
The egg timer can be set from 0 to 99 minutes. If no keys are pressed during 10 seconds, the egg timer starts automatically
and the time is counted down.
When the set time has passed, a beep sounds and the timer flashes. The beep sound stops automatically after 2 minutes or
after a random key has been touched.
To change the time, press the TIMER key once more and adjust the time with the + and - keys.
DISPLAY INDICATION
Indication on the display Description
/ Residual heat indicator: the cooking zone is still warm.
Heat mode is active.
Boost mode is active.
Quick boil timer is active.
There is no pan or there is an unsuitable pan on the active cooking zone.
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HEAT MODE -
The heat mode keeps prepared dishes warm on the cooking zone. The selected cooking zone is on at a low power.
The power of the cooking zone is controlled in such a way by the heat mode, that the dish in the pan remains around 65°C.
The hot food that is ready to be eaten does not change in flavour and does not get stuck to the bottom of the pan.
The heat mode can also be used for melting butter or chocolate, for example.
Caution: the heat mode is not suitable for heating up cold food.
The heat mode functions best with a suitable pan with flat bottom, so that the sensor in the cooking zone is able to measure
the temperature properly.
The heat mode can be used on any cooking zone.
To prevent bacteria from developing in the food, we recommend that you do not keep the meals warm for a long period of
time. The control panel automatically switches off the heat mode after 2 hours.
The heat mode is an extra power level between positions 0 and 1.
• Select the required cooking zone .
• Adjust the temperature with the + and - keys on the heat mode .
• The display states . The heat mode is set.
To switch off the heat mode, you select the required cooking zone. Touch the - key to reduce the power to [0] or press the
accompanying cooking zone key for 3 seconds.
If the cooking zone is hot, the display shows a [H] instead of an [0].
QUICK BOIL TIMER -
The quick boil timer can be used to switch a selected cooking zone to the highest power for a certain period of time.
After that, the appliance switches back to the set power (boil position). The boiling time depends on the set boiling position -
see table below.
To switch on the quick boil timer, proceed as follows:
• Select the required cooking zone .
• Adjust the power with the + and - keys to the required position - such as 7.
• Press once more on the cooking zone key . The display variably shows the and 7. The quick boil timer is set and the
cooking zone is heating at maximum power for 2 minutes.
• After 2 minutes the quick boiling timer stops and automatically switches the power back to the set position, in this case 7.
The quick boil timer can be stopped sooner by selecting the cooking zone and adjusting the power.
Set
power
Time
quick boil timer
(in minutes)
1 0.8
2 1.2
3 2.3
4 3.5
5 4.4
6 7.2
7 2
8 3.2
SAFE AUTOMATIC SWITCHING OFF
Each cooking zone is switched off automatically after a defined maximum cooking time, if the power has not been
changed. The maximum cooking time depends on the selected power.
Power Safe automatic switching off after:
- 1 - 2 8 hours
3 - 5 5 hours
6 - 9 1½ hours
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pans for induction
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• Use pans with a thick, flat bottom with
the same diameter as the cooking zone
concerned. This reduces cooking time.
• A pan should always be placed in the
centre of the cooking zone.
• When cooking in ovenproof or heat-
resistant glass or porcelain dishes,
observe the manufacturer’s instructions.
• If you are cooking on the glass cooking section in a pan with a strongly reflecting (light metal surface) or thick bottom,
it may take longer for the dish to start boiling (up to 10 minutes extra). If you want to bring a large quantity of liquid to the
boil, the use of a pan with a flat dark bottom is recommended.
• The cooking zone can become damaged:
- if you switch it on without a pan on it or with an empty pan;
- if you use an unsuitable pan, for example, with a bottom that is not flat or is spherical, or a pan with a diameter that is
too small;
- do not use earthenware dishes, these cause scratches on the ceramic plate;
• Dry the bottom of the pan completely before you place it on the cooking section so that the heat is properly conducted
and the cooking zone is not damaged.
ENERGY SAVING
• The use of pans of which the bottom is somewhat hollow is recommended, because the heat of the cooking zone is
properly transferred in that case.
• The diameter of the bottom of the frying and cooking pans must match the diameter of the cooking zone. If the pan is
too small, there will be heat loss and the cooking zone can be damaged.
• Always use a lid on the pan to reduce cooking time.
• Choose a pan of the right size to suit the amount of food you want to cook. Small amounts in large pans mean energy will
be wasted.
• Reduce the power when the liquid is boiling.
• Do not use too much moisture or fat. Cooking or frying takes longer if you use too much.
• Select the correct power for the different cooking possibilities.
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The oven has the following modes:
Oven mode Description
Oven lighting
The oven lighting can be switched on independently from the oven.
By setting the rotary button in this position, the interior of the oven is lit.
Quick heating
The upper heating element, grill element and fan are switched on.
To be used for preheating the oven.
Defrosting Only the fan is switched on, no heating element is being used.
Fan and supergrill
If the rotary button is in this position, the supergrill with fan mode is
activated. This mode speeds up the grilling process and adds more flavour
to the dish. Make sure the door of the oven is closed during cooking.
Supergrill
By means of the mode Supergrill dishes are grilled while the upper
heating element is also on. The mode ensures a higher temperature in the
higher section of the oven, as a result of which the dishes are browned
more. For grilling large portions of meat or for gratinated dishes.
Grill element
Superficial grilling is used to roast small portions of meat: to grill steaks,
schnitzels, fish, toast, sausages, oven dishes (the grilled food may not be
thicker than 2-3 cm, it should be turned over while roasting).
Lower heating element
At this position, only the lower heating element is on. Specific for pastry
that must be baked from the bottom (e.g. moist pastry with fruit).
Upper and lower heating
element
With this mode, the oven is heated in the conventional way. Ideal for
baking cakes, meat, fish, bread, pizza on a single level (preheating and
use of dark baking trays required).
operating the multifunctional oven
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The multifunctional oven can be heated by means of a top and bottom heating element, a grill element and a heating
element for hot air circulation.
SWITCHING ON
The oven can be operated by means of the rotary button for the oven function - turn the rotary button to the required
mode to switch on the oven, and – and using the rotary button of the temperature controller – turn the rotary button to
the required temperature to set the oven.
SWITCHING OFF
The oven can be switched off by turning both buttons back to the off position [  / 0 ].
Caution! If an oven mode is set, the heating (of a heating element) only starts once the temperature is set.
0
50
50
10
0
1
5
0
20
0
2
5
0
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Oven mode Description
Hot air
On the position hot air , heating the oven is supported in a controlled
manner by means of a hot air fan that is mounted on a central position
in the rear wall of the oven chamber. Compared to a conventional oven,
a lower baking temperature is used.
This method ensures an even distribution of heat around the dishes in
the oven.
Upper and lower heating
element with fan
This mode is most suitable for baking cakes. When this mode is selected,
but the temperature is at 0, only the fan will be on. Handy for cooling
dishes.
Turbo hot air
The hot air and the lower heating element are on. This increases the
temperature at the bottom of the dish. Ideal for moist pastry and pizza.
ECO hot air
This mode ensures an optimum heating method for the oven that can be
used to save energy during the preparation of dishes. The oven lighting
will not function in this position.
Switching on the oven is indicated by two leds, a thermostat light and an indicator light.
The indicator led to the right of the clock indicates that the oven is switched on. If the thermostat light turns off, the oven
has reached the set temperature. If the recipe indicates that the dish must be placed in a preheated oven, you should do
so when the thermostat light switches off for the first time.
During the preparation the thermostat light will occasionally switch on and off (the temperature in the oven is kept at the
right temperature). The indicator led can also burn when you place the rotary button in the "lighting of the oven" position.
USING THE GRILL
During the grilling process, the dishes are heated by an infrared heating element.
• Set the rotary button of the oven to the grill position to switch on the grill.
• Preheat the oven for approximately 5 minutes (with door closed).
• Place the baking tray with the dish at the right level in the oven.
• Close the door of the oven.
For the grill mode and super grill mode, the temperature must be set to 250°C. For the grill mode with
fan this may be 190°C maximum.
Caution! During grilling, the door of the oven should be closed.
Do not let children get near the oven while the grill is being used. The exterior of the oven can get hot.
PASTRY
• Use the supplied baking trays or the grille for preparing pastry.
• Pastry can be made in baking moulds or on baking trays that must be placed on the grille. Use dark baking moulds, as they
conduct heat better and shorten the baking time.
• It is not recommended to use baking moulds and baking trays with a light shining surface when using the conventional
heating function (upper and lower heating elements). In the case of this type of baking moulds, the bottom of the pastry
is not baked properly.
• When using the hot air mode, it is not necessary to preheat the oven. When using a different oven mode, the oven does
have to be preheated before the pastry is placed in the oven.
• Use a wooden skewer to check that the cake is done. If the cake is done, the skewer remains dry and clean when you
insert it.
• To prevent the cake from collapsing, we recommend leaving the cake in the oven for another 5 minutes after switching
off the oven.
• Normally, the baking temperatures when using the hot air mode are approximately 20 to 30 degrees lower compared to
conventional baking (use of the upper and lower heating elements).
• The data for pastry in the baking table are only an indication and can be corrected according to your own experience and
culinary taste.
• If the information in cook books clearly deviates from the values in the manual of the cooker, it would be best to observe
the guidelines in the manual.
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ROASTING MEAT
• In the oven, it is possible to prepare portions of meat of more than 1 kg. It is better to prepare smaller pieces on the gas
burners of the cooker.
• Use ovenproof dishes when roasting meat. The handles of these oven dishes should also be able to resist high
temperatures.
• When roasting meat on the grill, a baking tray with a small layer of water can be placed at the lowest level to collect any
cooking liquid.
• Turn the meat at least once during the cooking time. In order to give more flavour to the meat, you can scoop the created
cooking liquid or sauce over the dish. This can also be done with hot salty water, but never with cold water.
HEATING MODE ECO HOT AIR
• When using the ECO hot air mode, an optimum preparation method of the oven is started that is intended to save energy
during the preparation of meals.
• It is not possible to shorten the cooking time by setting a higher temperature. Preheating the oven is not recommended.
• Do not change temperature settings during preparation and keep the oven door closed.
BAKING TABLE for when using the ECO hot air mode
Dish Oven mode Temperature - °C Level Time in minutes
180 - 200 2 - 3 50 - 70
180 - 200 2 50 - 70
190 - 210 2 - 3 45 - 60
200 - 220 2 90 - 120
200 - 220 2 90 - 160
180 - 200 2 80 - 100
BAKING TABLE for when using the other modes
Dish Oven modes Temperature - °C Level Time in minutes
160 - 200 2 - 3 30 - 50
160 - 180 2 - 3 20 - 40*
140 - 160 2 - 3 10 - 40*
200 - 230 1 - 3 10 - 20
210 - 220 2 45 - 60
160 - 180 2 - 3 45 - 60
190 2 - 3 60 - 70
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Dish Oven modes Temperature - °C Level Time in minutes
210 4 14 - 18
225 - 250 2 120 - 150
160 - 180 2 120 - 160
160 - 230 2 90 - 120
160 - 190 2 90 - 120
190 2 - 3 70 - 90
160 - 180 2 45 - 60
175 - 190 2 60 - 70
190 - 210 2 40 - 50
170 - 190 3 40 - 50
* small pastry
Important! The data in the baking table are only an indication and can be corrected according to your own experience and
culinary taste.
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ACCESSORIES
Clean the separate accessories in the same way as the baking tray and grill by means of warm water and washing-up liquid.
Properly dry everything before using it again.
REPLACING THE OVEN LAMP
In order to avoid an electric shock, fully switch off the cooker by removing the plug from the socket and
unscrewing the fuse in the distribution board.
• Loosen the glass protective cover by turning it anti-clockwise. Clean it and dry it properly.
• Replace the oven lamp with a similar lamp (25 W, 230V, E14 fitting and suitable for high temperatures
- up to 300°C).
• Fasten the glass protective cover.
• Insert the plug in the socket or screw the fuse in the distribution cabinet.
Cleaning and maintenance of the cooker has a major effect on life span and trouble-free operation. The cooker should not
be cleaned with a steam cleaner or high pressure cleaner.
Switch off the cooker prior to cleaning. Make sure that all rotary buttons are in the off position [  / 0 ]. The oven
should only be cleaned once it is cooled down.
CLEANING THE COOKING SECTION
Allow all cooking zones to cool down before cleaning the cooking section and remove the plug from the socket before
you start.
• When cleaning the surface of the cooking section, do not use aggressive abrasive cleaning agents, spray cans or
sharp objects that have not been developed for this purpose.
• Clean the surface of the cooking section daily with a damp cloth and a mild cleaning agent, such as a washing-up liquid.
Dry properly with paper towels or a dry tea towel.
• Boiled over food can be removed by soaking it with a damp cloth and a little bit of washing-up liquid, or you can use a glass
scraper. Caution: the glass scraper is sharp. Keep it away from children.
• Use a special cleaning agent for ceramic/induction cookers in case of stubborn stains. Caution: observe the instructions
on the packaging.
CLEANING THE OVEN
The oven must be cleaned after every use. When cleaning, switch on the oven lighting, so that you have a better view in the
oven chamber.
The interior of the oven must only be cleaned with warm water and a little bit of washing-up liquid.
The oven can also be cleaned by means of steam:
• Place an oven dish with 250 ml (1 glass) of water on a baking tray at the first level in the bottom of the oven.
• Close the door of the oven.
• Set the oven temperature to 50°C and set the oven mode to heating from below .
• Heat the oven in this position for 30 minutes.
• Open the door of the oven and wipe clean the interior of the oven with a cloth or a soft sponge. Then clean the
interior of the oven with a dry cloth or sponge and warm water and a little bit of washing-up liquid.
• Properly wipe the interior of the oven dry.
• Do not use aggressive, abrasive cleaning agents or sharp objects to clean the oven and the oven door.
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D
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DISASSEMBLING AND MOUNTING THE OVEN DOOR
The oven door can be disassembled to make it easier to clean the interior of the oven and the oven door.
•	Open the oven door and fold the safeguard on the hinge upwards (fig. A). Close the door a little and lift the door upwards
and to the outside to remove it.
•	To assemble the door, proceed in reverse order. When mounting, make sure that the recess on the hinge is correctly
placed on the protrusion of the hinge holder. Always place back the safeguard after mounting the door and properly press
it in its place. If you do not place back the safeguard correctly, the hinge could get damaged when you try to close the door.
DISASSEMBLING AND ASSEMBLING THE GLASS PANE OF THE OVEN DOOR
In order to make it easier to clean the oven door, it is possible to remove the inner glass pane.
•	With the aid of a flat screwdriver, push loose the upper edge of the door while carefully lifting it on the sides (fig. B).
• Remove the upper edge of the door (fig.B, C).
• Carefully pull the inner glass pane from the holder (in the lower section of the door) fig. D.
• Wash the glass pane with warm water and a little washing-up liquid.
• Proceed in reverse order when assembling the glass pane. The smooth part of the glass pane should be on the top side.
	
Attention! Do not press the top frame of the door on both sides of the door at the same time. For a correct assembly of
the top frame of the door you must first press the left end against the door and then press the right end until you hear a
clear “click” sound. After this you press the left end until you hear a clear "click" sound.
REGULAR CHECK
In addition to daily maintenance and cleaning of the cooker, you must also:
•	regularly check the function of the control elements and the working parts of the cooker. Once the warranty period has
expired, you must have the cooker subjected to a technical check at least once per year by a maintenance service;
• remedy the established faults
• perform a regular check of the working parts of the cooker.
Caution!
All repairs and settings must be performed by a certified maintenance service or an certified installer with the right
qualifications.
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In case of a breakdown, you must:
• switch off the working parts of the cooker;
• disconnect the power supply;
• apply for a repair;
• some small problems can be resolved by the user himself, using the instructions in the table below. Check all points in the
table in sequence, before contacting the maintenance or customer service.
Breakdown (code) Cause What to do
The cooker does not work. No power supply. Check the fuse in the distribution cabinet, replace a burnt
fuse if necessary.
The lighting in the oven does
not work.
The lamp is loose or defective. Fasten the lamp or replace the defective lamp (see section
Cleaning and Maintenance).
A cooking zone switches off
automatically and the display
shows [ H ].
The maximum cooking time has
been reached.
Switch on the cooking zone again.
The cooker does not respond
and a short beep sound can
be heard.
Thechildlock/keylockisactivated. Switch off the child lock/key lock.
The entire cooker switches off.
After switching on, no value was
entered within 10 seconds.
Switch on the cooking section and set a cooking zone.
There is something on the touch
control(s) or they are dirty.
Make the touch controls free or clean them.
The residual heat indicator is
not shown, while the cooking
zone is hot.
No power supply or a short
interruption of the power supply.
Check that the power supply is restored and switch the
cooking section on and off.
The glass plate of the cooking
section is cracked. Hazard! Switch off the power supply and remove the plug of the appliance. Contact the
Inventum service department.
The cooking section makes
a scratching noise.
This is a normal noise. The cooling fan of the electrical parts is working.
The cooking section makes
a whistling noise.
This is a normal noise. In accordance with the function frequency of the induction coils during
the use of a number of cooking zone, the cooking section makes a light whistling noise at
maximum power.
E2
The cooking section is
overheated.
Switch off the cooking section and allow the cooking zones
to cool down. Switch the cooking section on again and
check that the ventilation is running smoothly.
Check that the pan meets the requirements stated in
section 6.
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Manufacturer INVENTUM
Model number BV010
Appliance type Induction cooker
Number of cooking zones 4
Heating technology - cooking section induction
Diameter per cooking zone [cm] (front left) Ø 21
Diameter per cooking zone [cm] (rear left) Ø 16
Diameter per cooking zone [cm] (rear right) Ø 16
Diameter per cooking zone [cm] (front right) Ø 16
Energy consumption per cooking zone [Wh/kg] (front left) 188.9
Energy consumption per cooking zone [Wh/kg] (rear left) 188.9
Energy consumption per cooking zone [Wh/kg] (rear right) 188.9
Energy consumption per cooking zone [Wh/kg] (front right) 188.9
Energy consumption of the hob [kg] 188.9
Residual heat indicator per cooking zone
On / off key �
Voltage on indicator �
Timer �
Number of oven chambers 1
Heat source per oven chamber electric
Volume per oven chamber 65
Energy consumption according to EN50304 standard 0.78 kWh
Energy-efficiency-index per oven chamber 95.1
Construction
Material SS
Operation buttons and touch
controls
Accessories baking tray
grille
Displays LED
Technical data
Dimension (wxdxh) in mm 500 x 600 x 850
Nett weight in kg 39.0 kg
Electrical connected load [W] 11000 W
Mains voltage [V] / mains frequency [Hz] 220-400V/50Hz
Remark: On the information plate you will also find the technical data of the cooker.
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We do not need to remind you of the importance of service. After all, we develop our products to a standard so that
you can enjoy them for many years, without any concerns. If, nevertheless, there is a problem, we believe you are
entitled to a solution straight away. Hence our products come with an exchange service, on top of the rights and
claims you are entitled to by law. By exchanging a product or part, we save you time, effort and costs.
2-year full manufacturer’s warranty
1. Customers enjoy a 2-year full manufacturer’s warranty on all Inventum products. Within this period, a faulty product
or part will always be exchanged for a new model, free of charge. In order to claim under the 2-year full manufacturer’s
warranty, you can either return the product to the shop you bought it from or contact the Inventum costumer service
department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag.
2. The 2-year warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
3. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt.
4. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.
5-year Inventum warranty
1. Inventum offers a 5-year warranty on most large domestic appliances and a selection of small domestic appliances.
This 5-year Inventum warranty consists of a 2-year full manufacturer’s warranty, extended by a further 3-year warranty.
The only thing you need to do to qualify for the 3-year extended warranty is to register the product within 45 days of
purchase. You can read more about registering the product in the following paragraph.
2. In accordance with the 5-year Inventum warranty provisions, a faulty product or part will always be exchanged for a new
model during the first 2 years under the warranty. During the 3rd to 5th year under the warranty, you will only pay the costs
of exchange. The current costs of exchange are listed at www.inventum.eu/omruilkosten.
3. In order to claim under the 5-year Inventum warranty, you can either return the product to the shop you bought it from or
contact the Inventum costumer service department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag.
4. The 5-year warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
5. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt.
6. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.
Product registration
1. The 3-year extended warranty is easy to obtain, free of charge, by registering the product within 45 days of purchase,
via the website www.inventum.eu/garantie- registratie. If you did not register the product within 45 days of purchase,
you can still do so up to 2 years after the purchase date. However, there will be a charge. The one-off registration charge
is € 89 for each separate product. Registration is possible only for products that are subject to the 5-year Inventum
warranty. Whether the product qualifies for the 5-year Inventum warranty is stated in the product user manual and in
the product information sheet, on Inventum’s website.
2. The warranty period always starts from the date the product is bought. If the product is registered for the extended
warranty at a later date, the warranty period still starts from the original date of purchase.
3. The 3-year extended warranty can only be applied for if you are in the possession of a copy of the original receipt and
the Inventum 5-year warranty certificate.
Large domestic appliances
1. Breakdowns or faults in large domestic appliances (separate and built-in white goods) can be registered via the form at
www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag, by calling the Inventum costumer service department or in the store where you
bought the device. The telephone number of the costumer service department can be found at www.inventum.eu.
2. In the event of breakdowns or faults in large domestic appliances, Inventum will have the option to have a service
engineer inspect the faulty device onsite at the customer in the Netherlands and to carry out repairs, there and then.
The Inventum customer service department can also decide to have the device exchanged.
3. If you suffer a breakdown or fault in a large domestic appliance during the first 2 years from the date of purchase,
Inventum will not charge any costs for the exchange, call-out or for parts and labour.
4. If you registered the product as described before at www.inventum.eu/garantie-registratie and you subsequently report
a breakdown of a large domestic appliance in the 3rd to 5th year of the date of purchase, the 5-year Inventum warranty
applies and the device will be repaired or exchanged, free of charge. In the event of a repair or exchange of the device,
you only pay the costs of exchange. The current costs of exchange are listed at www.inventum.eu/omruilkosten. If you
did not register the product, the 3-year extended warranty does not apply.
5. When reporting a breakdown or fault, a service engineer will contact the customer within 1 working day in order to make
an appointment. When the report is made in a weekend or during a public holiday, this will be the next working day.
6. If you report a breakdown or fault via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag, you will be kept informed of the
progress via mobile messages and e-mail.
general terms and conditions of service and warranty
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7. The warranty period starts from the date the product is bought.
8. In order to claim under the warranty, you must produce a copy of the original receipt and the Inventum 5-year warranty
certificate.
9. The warranty applies only to normal domestic use of Inventum products within the Netherlands.
Breakdowns or faults outside the warranty period
1. Breakdowns or faults in small or large domestic appliances outside the warranty period, can be reported to the costumer
services department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag or by calling the costumer services department.
2. The costumer services department may ask you to send the product for inspection or repair. The costs of dispatch will
be at your expense.
3. The inspection to establish whether repair is possible involves a charge. You need to grant your permission for this,
in advance.
4. In the event of a large domestic appliance, Inventum, at your request, can send out a service engineer. In that case,
you will be charged the call-out costs, as well as parts and labour.
5. In the event of an instruction to repair, the repair costs must be paid in advance. In the event of a repair by a service
engineer, the costs of the repair must be settled with the engineer onsite, preferably by means of PIN payment.
Warranty exclusions
1. The following is excluded from the aforesaid warranties:
• normal wear and tear;
• improper use or misuse;
• insufficient maintenance;
• failure to comply with the operating and maintenance instructions;
• unprofessional installation or repairs by third parties or the customer himself;
• non-original parts used by the customer;
• use for commercial or business purposes;
• removal of the serial number and/or rating label.
2. In addition, the warranty does not apply to normal consumer goods, such as:
• dough hooks, baking tins, (carbon) filters, etc.;
• batteries, bulbs, carbon filters, fat filters etc.;
• external connection cables;
• glass accessories and glass parts such as oven doors;
• and similar items.
3. Transport damage not caused by Inventum is also excluded. Therefore, inspect your new device before starting to use it.
If you detect any damage, you must report this to the store where you purchased the product within 5 working days, or to
the Inventum customer service department via the form at www.inventum.eu/service-aanvraag. If transport damage is
not reported within this period, Inventum does not accept any liability in this respect.
4. The following are excluded from warranty and/or replacement: faults, loss of and damage to the device as a result of an
event that is normally insured under the home contents insurance.
Important to know
1. Thereplacement or repair ofa faultyproduct,orapartthereof,doesnotleadtoanextensionoftheoriginalwarrantyperiod.
2. Parts that have been replaced, packaging material and exchanged devices are taken back by the service engineer and
become the property of Inventum.
3. If a complaint is unfounded, all costs arising from it will be at the customer’s expense.
4. Following expiry of the warranty period, all costs of repair or replacement, including administration costs, dispatch and
call-out charges, will be charged to the customer.
5. Inventum cannot be held liable for damage as a result of devices built in incorrectly.
6. Inventum cannot be held liable for damage caused by external events, unless this liability arises from mandatory
statutory provisions.
7. These warranty and service provisions are governed by Dutch law. Disputes will be settled exclusively by the competent
Dutch court.

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