Miele DGM 6800 manual

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  • Brand: Miele
  • Product: Oven
  • Model/name: DGM 6800
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: French, Dutch, Finnish, Italian, German, English

Table of Contents

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Operating and installation instructions
Steam oven with microwave
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential
to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
en-GB, IR, SG M.-Nr. 10 211 730
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Contents
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Warning and Safety instructions .......................................................................... 7
Caring for the environment ................................................................................. 19
Overview ............................................................................................................... 20
Steam oven front view ........................................................................................... 20
Accessories supplied............................................................................................. 21
Controls ................................................................................................................ 22
Sensor controls...................................................................................................... 23
Touch display......................................................................................................... 25
Symbols............................................................................................................ 26
Operation ............................................................................................................... 27
Description of functions...................................................................................... 29
Steam cooking mode............................................................................................. 29
Water container................................................................................................. 29
Temperature...................................................................................................... 29
Duration ............................................................................................................ 29
Noises............................................................................................................... 29
Heating-up phase ............................................................................................. 29
Cooking phase.................................................................................................. 29
Steam reduction................................................................................................ 30
Microwave power................................................................................................... 30
How it works ..................................................................................................... 30
Suitable containers for microwave use............................................................. 31
Condensate tray..................................................................................................... 35
Oven interior lighting.............................................................................................. 35
Before using for the first time............................................................................. 36
General settings..................................................................................................... 36
Cleaning for the first time....................................................................................... 37
Set the water hardness level.................................................................................. 38
Set the correct boiling point for water ................................................................... 38
Main and sub-menus ........................................................................................... 39
Operation: Steam cooking .................................................................................. 41
Simple operation.................................................................................................... 41
Interrupting operation ............................................................................................ 43
Further functions.................................................................................................... 44
Switching on and off automatically................................................................... 44
Sequence of an automatic cooking process .................................................... 45
Changing settings during a cooking process ................................................... 45
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Cancelling cooking................................................................................................. 46
Operation: Microwave function .......................................................................... 47
Simple operation.................................................................................................... 47
Further functions.................................................................................................... 48
Switching on and off automatically................................................................... 48
Sequence of an automatic cooking process .................................................... 49
Changing settings during a cooking process ................................................... 49
Cancelling cooking................................................................................................. 50
MyMiele................................................................................................................. 51
To add an entry ...................................................................................................... 51
To edit MyMiele...................................................................................................... 52
To delete entries................................................................................................ 52
To sort entries ................................................................................................... 52
Automatic programmes....................................................................................... 53
List of food types ................................................................................................... 53
To use an Automatic programme........................................................................... 54
Search.................................................................................................................... 55
User programmes ................................................................................................ 56
To create a User programme ................................................................................. 56
To start a User programme .................................................................................... 57
To change User programmes................................................................................. 58
Change cooking stages.................................................................................... 58
Change name.................................................................................................... 58
To delete User programmes................................................................................... 58
Quick MW ............................................................................................................. 59
Popcorn................................................................................................................. 60
Minute minder + Alarm ........................................................................................ 61
Using the alarm  ................................................................................................. 61
Setting the alarm............................................................................................... 61
Changing an alarm............................................................................................ 61
Deleting an alarm.............................................................................................. 61
Using the minute minder  ................................................................................... 62
To set the minute minder .................................................................................. 62
To change the duration set for the minute minder............................................ 62
To cancel the duration set for the minute minder ............................................. 62
General notes on steam cooking........................................................................ 63
The advantages of cooking with steam................................................................. 63
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Suitable containers ................................................................................................ 63
Cooking containers........................................................................................... 63
Your own containers ......................................................................................... 63
Shelf level............................................................................................................... 64
Frozen food ............................................................................................................ 64
Temperature ........................................................................................................... 64
Duration.................................................................................................................. 64
Cooking with liquid ................................................................................................ 64
Your own recipes ................................................................................................... 64
Steam cooking ..................................................................................................... 65
Vegetables ............................................................................................................. 65
Meat....................................................................................................................... 68
Sausages ............................................................................................................... 70
Fish ........................................................................................................................ 70
Shellfish.................................................................................................................. 73
Mussels.................................................................................................................. 74
Rice........................................................................................................................ 75
Pasta ..................................................................................................................... 76
Dumplings.............................................................................................................. 77
Grain....................................................................................................................... 78
Dried pulses ........................................................................................................... 79
Hen's eggs ............................................................................................................ 81
Fruit ........................................................................................................................ 82
Menu cooking (cooking whole meals) - manually.................................................. 83
Special applications............................................................................................. 85
Reheating with steam ............................................................................................ 85
Defrosting with steam ............................................................................................ 86
Bottling................................................................................................................... 89
Extracting juice with steam.................................................................................... 92
Menu cooking (cooking whole meals).................................................................... 93
Make yoghurt......................................................................................................... 94
Prove dough........................................................................................................... 95
Dissolve gelatine.................................................................................................... 96
Melt chocolate ....................................................................................................... 96
Skinning vegetables and fruit................................................................................. 97
Apple storage ........................................................................................................ 97
Blanching ............................................................................................................... 98
Sweat onions ......................................................................................................... 98
Cook bacon ........................................................................................................... 99
Disinfect items ...................................................................................................... 99
Heating damp flannels ......................................................................................... 100
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Decrystallise honey.............................................................................................. 100
Making eierstich................................................................................................... 100
Defrosting and reheating in combination mode................................................... 101
Microwave defrosting and reheating ............................................................... 102
Charts for defrosting and reheating food............................................................. 105
Settings............................................................................................................... 109
Opening the "Settings" menu .............................................................................. 109
Changing and saving settings ........................................................................ 109
Settings overview................................................................................................. 110
Language .......................................................................................................... 112
Time of day .......................................................................................................... 112
Display ............................................................................................................ 112
Clock display .................................................................................................. 112
Clock format ................................................................................................... 112
Setting the time............................................................................................... 112
Synchronise .................................................................................................... 112
Date...................................................................................................................... 113
Lighting ................................................................................................................ 113
Start screen.......................................................................................................... 113
Display brightness ............................................................................................... 113
Volume ................................................................................................................. 113
Buzzer tones ................................................................................................... 113
Keypad tone.................................................................................................... 113
Welcome melody ............................................................................................ 113
Units..................................................................................................................... 114
Weight............................................................................................................. 114
Temperature.................................................................................................... 114
Quick MW ............................................................................................................ 114
Popcorn................................................................................................................ 114
Keeping warm...................................................................................................... 115
Recommended temperatures .............................................................................. 116
MW power levels.................................................................................................. 116
Safety................................................................................................................... 116
System lock .................................................................................................... 116
Sensor lock .................................................................................................... 116
Water hardness.................................................................................................... 117
Showroom programme ........................................................................................ 117
Demo mode .................................................................................................... 117
Factory default ..................................................................................................... 118
Note for test institutes....................................................................................... 119
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Cleaning and care.............................................................................................. 121
Important information on cleaning and care........................................................ 121
Appliance front..................................................................................................... 122
Oven interior......................................................................................................... 123
Water container.................................................................................................... 123
Accessories ......................................................................................................... 123
Side runners......................................................................................................... 124
Maintenance ........................................................................................................ 125
Soak................................................................................................................ 125
Descaling ........................................................................................................ 125
Problem solving guide ....................................................................................... 127
Optional accessories......................................................................................... 130
Cooking containers.............................................................................................. 130
Cleaning and care products................................................................................. 131
Miscellaneous ...................................................................................................... 131
Miele@home ....................................................................................................... 132
Safety instructions for installation ................................................................... 134
Detailed dimensions of oven front ................................................................... 135
Building-in dimensions ..................................................................................... 136
Installation in a tall unit ........................................................................................ 136
Installation in a base unit ..................................................................................... 137
Installation in a tall unit in combination with an oven .......................................... 138
Installation .......................................................................................................... 139
Electrical connection......................................................................................... 140
After sales service, data plate .......................................................................... 142
Copyright and licences...................................................................................... 143
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Warning and Safety instructions
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The steam oven with microwave is referred to in the following instructions as
steam oven.
This appliance complies with statutory safety requirements. Inap‐
propriate use can, however, lead to personal injury and damage to
property.
To avoid the risk of accidents and damage to the appliance,
please read these instructions carefully before using it for the first
time. They contain important notes on installation, safety, use and
maintenance.
Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compli‐
ance with these instructions.
Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure that new users
are familiar with the contents. Pass them on to any future owner.
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Correct application
 This steam oven is intended for use in domestic households and
similar working and residential environments.
 This steam oven is not intended for outdoor use.
 This steam oven is intended for domestic use only as described in
these operating instructions.
Any other usage is not supported by the manufacturer and could be
dangerous.
 Danger of burning. Do not use the steam oven to store or dry
items which could ignite easily.
If such items were dried in Microwave mode, the moisture in the
item would evaporate causing it to dry out and even self-ignite.
 The steam oven can only be used by people with reduced physi‐
cal, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowl‐
edge, if they are supervised whilst using it, or have been shown how
to use it in a safe way and recognise and understand the conse‐
quences of incorrect operation.
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Warning and Safety instructions
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Safety with children
 Activate the system lock to ensure that children cannot switch on
the steam oven inadvertently.
 Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the appli‐
ance unless they are constantly supervised.
 Children 8 years and older may only use the steam oven unsuper‐
vised if they have been shown how to use it safely and recognise
and understand the consequences of incorrect operation.
 Children must not be allowed to clean the steam oven unsuper‐
vised.
 Please supervise children in the vicinity of the steam oven and do
not let them play with it.
 Danger of suffocation. Packaging, e.g. plastic wrappings, must be
kept out of the reach of babies and children. Whilst playing, children
could become entangled in packaging or pull it over their head and
suffocate.
 Danger of burning. Children's skin is far more sensitive to high
temperatures than that of adults. Make sure that children do not at‐
tempt to open the door when the appliance is in operation. Keep
children well away from the appliance until it has cooled down and
there is no danger of burning.
 Danger of injury. The door can support a maximum weight of
8 kg.
Do not let children sit on the door, lean against it or swing on it. They
could injure themselves.
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Warning and Safety instructions
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Technical safety
 Unauthorised installation, maintenance and repairs can cause
considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance and re‐
pairs must only be carried out by a Miele authorised technician.
 Radiation by microwaves:
Service or repairs which necessitate the removal of any casing must
only be carried out by a suitably trained service technician.
 Never use a damaged steam oven. It could be dangerous. Check
it for visible signs of damage before using it.
 Check the door and door seal for any sign of damage. If any dam‐
age is noticed, the oven should not be used again in Microwave
mode until the fault has been rectified by a service technician.
 Operating a damaged appliance can result in microwave leakage
and present a hazard to the user. Do not use the appliance if:
– the door is warped,
– the front of the oven compartment is dented or bowed,
– the door hinges are loose,
– holes or cracks are visible in the casing, the door or the oven inte‐
rior walls.
– there is moisture between the door panes.
 Reliable and safe operation of this steam oven can only be assur‐
ed if it has been connected to the mains electricity supply.
 The electrical safety of this appliance can only be guaranteed
when correctly earthed. It is essential that this standard safety re‐
quirement is met. If in any doubt please have the electrical installa‐
tion tested by a qualified electrician.
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 Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply, ensure that
the connection data on the data plate (voltage and frequency) match
the mains electricity supply.
This data must correspond in order to avoid the risk of damage to
the appliance. Consult a qualified electrician if in any doubt.
 Do not connect the steam oven to the mains electricity supply by
a multi-socket adapter or an extension lead. These do not guarantee
the required safety of the appliance (fire hazard).
 For safety reasons, this steam oven may only be used when it has
been built in. This is necessary to ensure that all electrical compo‐
nents are shielded.
 This steam oven must not be used in a non-stationary location
(e.g. on a ship).
 Never open the casing of the appliance. Tampering with electrical
connections or components and mechanical parts is highly danger‐
ous to the user and can cause operational faults.
 While the appliance is under guarantee, repairs should only be un‐
dertaken by a Miele authorised service technician. Otherwise the
guarantee is invalidated.
 Miele can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when genu‐
ine original Miele replacement parts are used. Faulty components
must only be replaced by Miele spare parts.
 If the plug is removed from the connection cable or if the cable is
supplied without a plug, the appliance must be connected to the
electrical supply by a suitably qualified electrician.
 If the connection cable is damaged, it must be replaced with a
special connection cable type H 05 VV-F (PVC insulated). See "Elec‐
trical connection".
 During installation, maintenance and repair work, the appliance
must be disconnected from the mains electricity supply.
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 If the steam oven is installed behind a furniture panel (e.g. a door),
ensure that the door is never closed whilst the steam oven is in use.
Heat and moisture can build up behind a closed furniture panel and
cause subsequent damage to the steam oven, the housing unit and
the floor. Do not close the door until the steam oven has cooled
down completely.
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Correct use
 Danger of burning. The steam oven becomes hot when in use.
You could burn yourself on the heating elements, oven interior,
cooked food, oven accessories or hot steam. Wear oven gloves
when placing food in the oven or removing it and when adjusting
oven shelves etc. in a hot oven.
Take care when putting cooking containers into the oven or remov‐
ing them not to spill the contents.
 Danger of burning. There will be some residual hot water in the
steam generator at the end of a cooking process. This will be pum‐
ped back into the water container. Take care not to spill the contents
when taking the water container out of the appliance.
 Do not use the steam oven to heat up or bottle food in sealed jars
and tins.
Pressure will build up inside them and they can explode causing
damage to the appliance, as well as the risk of injury and scalding.
 Plastic dishes which are not heat- and steam resistant melt at
high temperatures and can damage the appliance.
Use temperature- (to 100 °C) and steam-resistant plastic dishes for
steam cooking. Follow the manufacturer's instructions.
 Food which is left in the oven to be kept hot can dry out and the
moisture released can lead to corrosion damage in the appliance.
Do not use the steam oven for keeping food warm and do not use
utensils in the appliance which could corrode.
 You could injure yourself on the open steam oven door or trip over
it.
Avoid leaving the door open unnecessarily.
 The door can support a maximum weight of 8 kg. Do not sit on or
lean against an open door, and do not place heavy objects on it. Al‐
so make sure that nothing can get trapped between the door and
the oven cavity. The steam oven could get damaged.
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Warning and Safety instructions
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Microwave function
 Please be aware that durations when using microwave power are
often considerably shorter when cooking, reheating and defrosting
than when using functions without microwave power. Excessively
long cooking times can lead to food drying out and burning or could
even cause it to catch fire.
 The Microwave function  can be used for heating food and
drinks. Do not use the Microwave function  for drying flowers,
herbs, bread, rolls or other flammable materials which could catch
fire and cause injury by burning.
 Always cover food in when using Microwave mode .
 It is important that the heat is allowed to spread evenly through‐
out the food being cooked and that it is hot enough. This can be
achieved by stirring and/or turning the food, and observing a suffi‐
ciently long standing time, which should be added to the time nee‐
ded for cooking, reheating or defrosting.
 When heating food and drinks, remember that the heat is created
in the food itself, and that the container will normally be cooler. The
dish is only warmed by the heat of the food.
Before serving, remember to allow a sufficient standing time and
then always check the temperature of the food after taking it out of
the steam oven. The temperature of the container is not an indica‐
tion of the temperature of the food or liquid in it. This is particularly
important when preparing food for babies, children, and the eld‐
erly or infirm. Shake or stir baby milk and food thoroughly after
heating, and try it for temperature to ensure that it will not scald the
baby.
 Microwave mode  is not suitable for cleaning or disinfecting
items. Items can get extremely hot and there is a danger of burning
when the item is removed from the appliance.
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 Do not cook or reheat food or liquids in sealed containers, jars or
bottles. With baby bottles, the screw top and teat must be removed.
Otherwise pressure will build up which can cause the bottle or con‐
tainer to explode, posing a severe risk of injury.
 When reheating liquids, always place a suitable glass rod or uten‐
sil into the cup or glass.
When boiling and in particular when re-heating liquids using micro‐
wave power, the boiling point of the liquid may be reached without
the production of typical bubbles. The liquid does not boil evenly
throughout. This so-called 'boiling delay' can cause a sudden build
up of bubbles when the container is removed from the oven or shak‐
en. This can lead to the liquid boiling over suddenly and explosively.
The formation of bubbles can be so strong that the pressure forces
the oven door open.
 Eggs can be cooked without their shells using microwave power
only if the yolk membrane has been punctured several times first.
The pressure could otherwise cause the egg yolk to explode.
 Eggs in their shells will explode if cooked with microwave power,
even after taking them out of the oven.
They can only be cooked in their shells using the steam cooking
function  or in an appropriate automatic programme. Hard-boiled
eggs must not be reheated with microwave power either as they too
will explode.
 Food with a thick skin or peel, such as tomatoes, sausages, jack‐
et potatoes and aubergines, should be pierced or cut in several pla‐
ces to allow steam to escape and prevent the food from bursting.
 Do not use the microwave function  to heat up cushions or
pads filled with cherry kernels, wheat grains, lavender or gel, such
as those used in aromatherapy. These pads can ignite when heated
even after they have been removed from the oven.
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Warning and Safety instructions
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 To avoid fuelling any flames, do not open the oven door if smoke
occurs inside the appliance. Interrupt the process by switching the
appliance off and disconnect it from the mains electricity supply. Do
not open the door until the smoke has dispersed.
 Dishes with hollow knobs or handles are not suitable for use with
microwave power. Moisture which has gathered in the hollow re‐
cesses can cause pressure to build up and the item can explode. If
the hollow recess is sufficiently ventilated, the item could be used.
However, we recommend that you do not use such dishes in Micro‐
wave mode.
 Fire hazard. Using microwave power with plastic dishes which are
not microwave safe can cause them to melt and damage the appli‐
ance. Do not use any containers or cutlery made from or containing
metal, aluminium foil, lead crystal glassware, temperature-sensitive
plastics, wooden utensils or cutlery, metal clips or plastic or paper
covered wire ties. Do not use bowls with milled rims, or plastic pots
with the foil lid only partially removed (see "Suitable containers for
microwave use).
 Do not leave the steam oven unattended when reheating or cook‐
ing food in disposable containers made of plastic, paper or other in‐
flammable materials using the Microwave function .
Before using single-use containers make sure they are suitable for
microwave use. See "Suitable containers for microwave use - Plas‐
tics".
 Do not reheat food in the steam oven in heat-retaining bags which
are intended for use in normal ovens.
These heat-retaining bags usually contain a thin layer of aluminium
foil which reflects microwaves. This reflected energy can, in turn,
cause the outer paper covering to become so hot that it ignites.
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Warning and Safety instructions
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 The steam oven can suffer damage when using Microwave func‐
tion  if it is empty or incorrectly loaded. For this reason please do
not use the Microwave function  to pre-heat crockery or to dry
herbs and do not start the Microwave function  when the steam
oven is empty.
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Warning and Safety instructions
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Cleaning and care
 Do not use a steam cleaning appliance to clean this appliance.
The steam could reach electrical components and cause a short cir‐
cuit.
 Scratches on the door glass can result in the glass breaking. Do
not use abrasive cleaners, hard sponges, brushes or sharp metal
tools to clean the door glass.
 The side runners can be removed for cleaning purposes (see
"Cleaning and care").
Ensure that they are replaced correctly and do not use the oven
without them fitted.
 The side runners fit into plastic bushes. Check the bushes careful‐
ly for damage. If the bushes are damaged, do not use any Micro‐
wave functions until the bushes have been replaced.
 Try to avoid the interior walls being splashed with food or liquids
containing salt. If it does happen, wipe these away thoroughly to
avoid corrosion to stainless steel surfaces inside the cabinet.
Accessories
 Only use genuine original Miele accessories with this appliance.
Using accessories from other manufacturers will invalidate the guar‐
antee, and Miele cannot accept liability.
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Caring for the environment
19
Disposal of the packing mate‐
rial
The packaging is designed to protect
the appliance from damage during
transportation. The packaging materials
used are selected from materials which
are environmentally friendly for disposal
and should be recycled.
Recycling the packaging reduces the
use of raw materials in the manufactur‐
ing process and also reduces the
amount of waste in landfill sites.
Disposing of your old appli‐
ance
Electrical and electronic appliances of‐
ten contain valuable materials. They al‐
so contain materials which, if handled
or disposed of incorrectly, could be po‐
tentially hazardous to human health and
to the environment. They are, however,
essential for the correct functioning of
your appliance. Please do not therefore
dispose of it with your household
waste.
Please dispose of it at your local com‐
munity waste collection / recycling cen‐
tre or contact your Dealer for advice.
Ensure that it presents no danger to
children while being stored for disposal.
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Overview
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Steam oven front view
a Controls
b Ventilation outlet
c Automatic door opener for steam re‐
duction
d Door seal
e Compartment for water container
f Suction tube
g Water container with removable spill
guard
h Drip channel
i Temperature sensor
j Side runners
k Steam inlet
l Lighting
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Overview
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Accessories supplied
The accessories supplied with your ap‐
pliance as well as a range of optional
ones are available to order from Miele
(see "Optional accessories").
The steam cooking containers and
rack supplied are not suitable for use
in Microwave mode.
DMGS 1/1-30L
1 glass condensate tray
To catch excess moisture in Steam
cooking mode.
375 x 394 x 30 mm (W x D x H)
Always use the glass tray to place
items on when using the Microwave
function 
Do not place items weighing more
than 8 kg on it.
Do not place the hot glass tray on a
cold surface, such as a tiled or gran‐
ite worktop. The glass tray could get
damaged. Use a suitable heat-resist‐
ant mat or pot rest.
DGG 1/2-80L
1 solid cooking container
Gross capacity 4.1 litres /
Usable capacity 3.5 litres
375 x 197 x 80 mm (W x D x H)
DGG 1/2-40L
1 solid cooking container
Gross capacity 2.0 litres /
Usable capacity 1.4 litres
375 x 197 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
DGGL 1/2-40L
2 perforated cooking containers
Gross capacity 2.0 litres /
Usable capacity 1.4 litres
375 x 197 x 40 mm (W x D x H)
DMSR 1/1L
1 rack for placing your own cooking
containers on
Descaling tablets
For descaling the appliance
Miele steam oven cookbook
A selection of the best recipes from the
Miele test kitchen.
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Controls
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




  
a Recessed On/Off button 
For switching on and off
b Display
Displays time of day and information for operation
c  sensor
For setting the minute minder and/or alarm
d  sensor
For switching the oven interior lighting on and off
e  sensor
To go back one step at a time
f  sensor
To start the Popcorn function
g  sensor
To start the Quick MW function
h Optical interface
(for Miele service technician use only)
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Controls
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Sensor controls
The sensors react to touch. Each touch is confirmed with a keypad tone. This key‐
pad tone can be switched off (see "Settings – Volume – Keypad tone").
Sensor Function Notes
 For activating and
deactivating mi‐
nute minder /
alarm
If a menu is showing in the display or if a cooking
process is running, you can enter a minute minder
duration (e.g. when boiling eggs on the hob) or set
an alarm, i.e. a specific time, at any point (see
"Alarm and minute minder").
If the display is dark, the  sensor will not react
until the steam oven is switched on.
 For switching the
oven interior light‐
ing on and off
If a menu is showing in the display or if a cooking
process is running, touching  will switch the
oven interior lighting on or off.
If the display is dark, the  sensor will not react
until the steam oven is switched on.
The oven interior lighting switches off after 15 sec‐
onds during a cooking process or remains con‐
stantly switched on, depending on the setting se‐
lected.
 To go back a step
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Controls
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Sensor Function Notes
 Popcorn Microwave mode starts with 850 W and a duration
of 2:45 minutes (see "Popcorn").
This function can only be used when no other
cooking programmes are in use.
 Quick MW The oven starts with maximum power (1000 W)
and a duration of 1 minute (see "Quick MW").
Touching the sensor repeatedly increases the du‐
ration in stages.
This function can only be used when no other
cooking programmes are in use.
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Controls
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Touch display
The display can be scratched by pointed or sharp objects, e.g. pens.
Only touch the touch display with your finger tips.
Touching the display with your finger creates a tiny charge which releases an elec‐
trical impulse. This impulse is recognised by the touch display.
The display is split into three sections.
MyMiele
*
Oven functions
*
Automatic
programmes
*
Special
applications
*
User
program
12:00
Main menu
The menu path appears at the top left and shows you which menu or sub menu
you are in. Options within a menu are separated by a vertical line. If there is not
enough space to show the whole path, additional options are indicated by … .
The time of day, alarm  und minute minder  are shown at the top right hand
side of the display.
The middle section shows the current menu and options. You can scroll to the
right or left by swiping your finger across the display.
The  and  arrow sensors at the bottom of the screen are used for scrolling to
the left or right. The number of small squares between the arrows indicates the
number of pages available and your position within the current menu.
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Symbols
The following symbols may appear in the display:
Symbol Explanation
 Some settings, e.g. display brightness and buzzer volume are
selected using a bar chart.
 This symbol indicates that there is additional information and ad‐
vice about using the oven. Select OK to access the information.
 The system lock or sensor lock is switched on (see "Settings –
System lock "). The oven cannot be used.
 Alarm
 Minute minder
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Operation
Each time you touch a possible option the relevant field lights up orange.
To select or open a menu
 Touch the field you want once with your finger.
Scrolling
You can scroll left or right.
 Swipe the screen, i.e. place your finger on the Touch display and swipe it in the
direction you want.
 Or: Touch the  or  arrows to scroll from left to right.
Exiting a menu
 Touch  or touch an option in the menu path at the top of the screen or touch
… .
Depending on which menu you are in, this will take you back a level or back to the
main menu.
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Entering numbers
You can enter numbers by swiping and touching the roller or via the numerical
keypad.
To enter numbers using the roller:
 Swipe the roller up or down to select the number you want.
To enter numbers using the numerical keypad:
 Touch  in the bottom right of the input field.
The numerical keypad will appear.
 Touch the numbers you want.
Once you have entered an accepted value the "OK" sensor will light up green.
The last input figure can be deleted using the arrow.
 Touch "OK".
To enter letters
You can enter short names for your own user programmes using a keyboard.
 Touch the letters or characters you want.
 Touch Save.
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29
Steam cooking mode
Water container
The maximum water level is 1.5 litres,
the minimum 0.5 litres. These levels are
indicated on the container. Do not ex‐
ceed the maximum level.
The amount of water depends on the
type of food and the duration of cook‐
ing. Water consumption is increased if
the door is opened during cooking.
At the end of the cooking programme
residual water in the steam generator is
pumped back into the water container.
The water container must be emptied
after each use.
The water container can be removed
using the push/pull system: push gently
on the water container to remove it.
Temperature
Some functions have a default recom‐
mended temperature. This temperature
can be altered for the programme in
use, or for every time that programme is
used (see "Settings - Recommended
temperatures").
Duration
You can set a duration between 1 mi‐
nute (0:01) and 10 hours (10:00). If the
duration exceeds 59 minutes you have
to enter it in hours and minutes. Exam‐
ple: Duration 80 minutes = 1:20.
Noises
You will hear a pumping sound when
the appliance is switched on, during
use and after switching it off. This is the
sound of water being pumped through
the system and is quite normal.
When the steam oven is in use, you will
hear a fan noise.
Heating-up phase
During the heating-up phase the oven
compartment is heated to the set tem‐
perature. The display will show the tem‐
perature in the cooking compartment
as it rises.
The duration of the heating-up phase
will depend on the quantity and the
temperature of the food. In general the
heating-up phase will last for approx. 5
minutes. The duration will be longer if
you are preparing refrigerated or frozen
food.
Cooking phase
The cooking phase begins when the set
temperature is reached. During the
cooking phase, the duration remaining
will be shown in the display.
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Steam reduction
The appliance door will open a fraction
just before the end of a cooking pro‐
gramme to release some of the steam
from the cabinet. Steam reduction will
appear in the display. The door will then
close automatically.
Steam reduction can be switched off if
you wish (see "Settings - Steam reduc‐
tion"). If switched off there will be a lot
of steam emitted from the cabinet when
the door is opened.
Microwave power
How it works
In the steam oven with microwave there
is a high-frequency tube called a mag‐
netron. This converts electrical energy
into microwaves. These microwaves are
distributed evenly throughout the oven
interior, and rebound off the metal sides
of the oven interior to reach the food
from all sides.
In order for microwaves to reach the
food, they must be able to penetrate
the cooking utensil being used. Micro‐
waves can penetrate porcelain, glass,
cardboard and plastics, but not metal.
Do not, therefore, use utensils made of
metal, or which contain metal, for ex‐
ample in the form of gold or silver trim.
The metal reflects the microwaves and
this could cause sparking. The micro‐
waves cannot be absorbed.
Microwaves pass through a suitable
container and find their way directly into
the food. All food contains moisture
molecules which, when subjected to
microwave energy, start to oscillate
2.5 thousand million times a second.
The friction caused by this vibration
creates heat, which first starts develop‐
ing around the outside of the food and
then slowly penetrates towards the
centre. The moisture, fat and sugar
content of food will affect the speed at
which it is cooked. The heat is gener‐
ated in the food itself.
Advantages
Food can generally be cooked without
adding much liquid or cooking oil.
Microwaves stop being produced as
soon as the cooking process is inter‐
rupted or the appliance door is
opened. When the appliance is in op‐
eration, the closed, sealed door pre‐
vents microwaves escaping from the
appliance.
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Suitable containers for microwave
use
Microwaves are reflected by metal,
pass through glass, porcelain, plastic
and card,
and are absorbed by food.
Fire hazard. Non-microwave safe
dishes can suffer damage or dam‐
age the steam oven if used in Micro‐
wave mode .
The material and shape of the contain‐
ers used affect cooking results and
times.
Heat distribution is more even in round
and oval shaped flat containers than in
rectangular containers, providing better
results.
Suitable containers for microwave
use
Glassware
Heat-resistant glass or ceramic dishes
are ideal for use with microwave power.
Exception: Do not use crystal glass
as it contains lead which can crack
or shatter with microwave power.
Porcelain
Porcelain is a suitable material.
Exception: Do not use porcelain with
gold or silver edging or items with
hollow knobs or handles, as insuffi‐
cient ventilation may cause a build-
up of pressure.
Earthenware
Decorated earthenware is only suitable
if the decoration is beneath an all-over
glaze.
Danger of burning. Wear oven gloves
when removing earthenware dishes
from the oven.
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Plastics
Plastic containers and plastic disposa‐
ble containers may only be used for the
Microwave function  if they have
been declared as suitable for micro‐
wave use by the manufacturer. To pro‐
tect the environment it is best to avoid
using single-use containers.
Do not leave the steam oven unat‐
tended when reheating or cooking
food in disposable containers made
of plastic, paper or other inflamma‐
ble materials.
Plastics must be heat-resistant to a
minimum of 110 °C. Otherwise the
plastic may melt and fuse with the
food.
When cooking food with fat, or food
containing fat, do not use plastic
containers. Use only glass or porce‐
lain.
– Plastic microwave containers
These are readily available from retail
outlets.
– Styrofoam containers
Disposable containers, such as trays
made from polystyrene, can only be
used for very short, timed warming and
reheating of food.
– Plastic "Boil-in-the-bag" bags
Plastic boiling bags can be used for
cooking and reheating. They should be
pierced beforehand so that steam can
escape.
This prevents a build-up of pressure
and reduces the risk of the bag burst‐
ing.
There are also special steaming bags
available which do not need to be
pierced. Please follow instructions giv‐
en on the packet.
– Roasting bags and tubes
Please follow the manufacturer's in‐
structions when using roasting bags
and tubes.
 Fire hazard.
Do not use metal clips, plastic clips
containing metal parts, or paper ties
containing wire. There is a danger
that they will ignite when heated.
– Melamine containers
Melamine is not suitable for use in this
oven. Melamine absorbs microwave en‐
ergy and gets hot. When purchasing
plasticware, make sure that it is suitable
for use in a microwave oven.
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Unsuitable
 Dishes with hollow knobs or
handles are not suitable for use with
microwave power. Moisture which
has gathered in the hollow recesses
can cause pressure to build up and
the item can explode. If the hollow
recess is sufficiently ventilated, the
item could be used.
However, we recommend that you
do not use such dishes in Microwave
mode.
Metal
Metal reflects microwaves and ob‐
structs the cooking process.
Do not use metal containers, alumini‐
um, foil, metal cutlery and china with
metallic decoration such as gold rims or
cobalt blue with the Microwave function
.
Transfer ready meals in aluminium foil
dishes into a microwave safe container
for a more even heat distribution.
Do not use containers where the foil
lid has not been completely removed
as small pieces of foil can cause
sparking.
 Do not use the cooking contain‐
ers and the rack supplied with micro‐
wave functions.
Glazes and colours
Some glazes and colours contain metal
and are therefore unsuitable for micro‐
wave functions.
Wood
Wooden dishes are not suitable. Mois‐
ture contained in the wood evaporates
when exposed to microwave energy,
causing the wood to dry and crack.
Placing the dish in the oven
 Insert the condensate tray on the
lowest shelf level.
 The dish containing the food should
always be placed in the middle of the
condensate tray.
Placing the food directly on the floor
of the oven would give unsatisfactory
and uneven results as the microwaves
would not be able to reach the food
from below.
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Cover
A cover:
– prevents too much steam escaping,
especially when cooking foods which
need longer to cook.
– speeds up the cooking process.
– prevents food from drying out.
– helps keep the oven interior clean.
 When using Microwave function 
always cover the food with a lid or
cover made of microwave safe glass
or plastic.
Covers are available in kitchenware
shops. Alternatively, use a clingfilm
recommended for use in a microwave
oven. Do not use normal clingfilm as
heat can cause it to distort and fuse
with the food.
The cover should not form a seal
with the container. If the cover is
used with a container which only has
a narrow diameter, there might not
be enough room for condensation to
escape through the holes in the side
of the cover. The cover could get too
hot and could start to melt.
 Do not cook or reheat food or
liquids in sealed containers, jars or
bottles. With baby bottles, the screw
top and teat must be removed. Oth‐
erwise pressure builds up which can
cause the bottle or container to ex‐
plode, posing a severe risk of injury.
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Condensate tray
Using with steam:
When using perforated containers,
place the condensate tray on the lowest
shelf level to collect any drops of liquid
and allow them to be removed easily.
Microwave functions:
Always use the glass condensate tray
to place cooking containers on.
Oven interior lighting
For energy saving reasons, the oven
compartment lighting has been set at
the factory to go out after the pro‐
gramme has begun.
If you want it to stay on all the time the
oven is on you will need to alter the de‐
fault setting (see "Settings - Lighting").
If the door is left open at the end of a
cooking programme the oven lighting
will switch off automatically after 5 mi‐
nutes.
The lighting can be switched on for
15 seconds by pressing the  button
on the control panel.
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36
General settings
 The steam oven must not be op‐
erated until it has been correctly in‐
stalled in its housing unit.
The steam oven will switch on auto‐
matically when it is connected to the
electricity supply.
Welcome screen
A welcome greeting is displayed. You
will then be asked to select some basic
settings which are needed before the
appliance can be used.
 Follow the instructions in the display.
Set the language
 Select the language you want.
 Confirm with OK.
Select the country
 Select the country you want.
 Confirm with OK.
Set the date
Numbers can be entered by swiping the
roller or by using the numerical keypad.
 Set the day, month and year.
 Confirm with OK.
Set the time of day
Numbers can be entered by swiping the
roller or by using the numerical keypad.
 Set the time of day in hours and mi‐
nutes.
 Confirm with OK.
The time of day can be displayed in
12 hour format (see "Settings - Time
of day - Clock format").
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Time of day display
You will then be asked how you want
the time of day to show in the display
when the steam oven is switched off
(see "Settings - Time of day - Display"):
– On
The time always shows in the dis‐
play.
– Off
The display appears dark to save en‐
ergy. Some functions are limited.
– Night dimming
The time only shows in the display
between 5:00 and 23:00. It switches
off at night to save energy.
 Select the option you want.
 Confirm with OK.
Some information about energy con‐
sumption will appear in the display.
 Confirm with OK.
Set-up successfully completed will appear.
 Confirm with OK.
The steam oven is ready for use.
If you have selected the wrong lan‐
guage by mistake proceed as descri‐
bed in "Settings - Language ".
 Please stick the extra data plate for
the appliance supplied with this doc‐
umentation in the space provided in
the "After sales service, data plate,
guarantee" section of this booklet.
 Remove any protective wrapping and
stickers.
The appliance has undergone a func‐
tion test in the factory. Residual water
from this testing may have trickled
back into the cabinet during transpor‐
tation.
Cleaning for the first time
Water container
 Take the water container out of the
appliance and rinse it by hand.
Accessories / Oven interior
 Take all accessories out of the oven.
 Wash the accessories in a mild solu‐
tion of washing-up liquid and hot wa‐
ter or in the dishwasher.
The interior of the steam oven has
been treated at the factory with a con‐
ditioning agent.
 To remove this, clean the oven interi‐
or with a mild solution of washing-up
liquid and hot water.
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Set the water hardness level
The steam oven is set ex-works for Hard
water. It must be adjusted to local water
hardness to ensure trouble-free opera‐
tion and to ensure that descaling is car‐
ried out at the correct interval. The
harder the water, the more often it will
need to be descaled.
 Check the hardness of your local wa‐
ter supply and adjust the water hard‐
ness as necessary (see "Settings -
Water hardness").
Set the correct boiling point
for water
Before cooking food for the first time,
you must set the boiling point for water,
as this varies depending on the altitude
the appliance is located at. This proce‐
dure also flushes out the waterways.
This process must be carried out to
ensure efficient functioning of your
appliance.
Only use cold mains tap water
(less than 20 °C). Never use distilled
or mineral water or other liquids.
 Remove the water container (on the
right) and fill it up to the maximum
marker.
 Push the water container into the ap‐
pliance until it connects.
 You should then run the Steam cooking
 programme at 100 °C for 15 mi‐
nutes. Proceed as described in "Op‐
eration".
Set the correct boiling point for wa‐
ter following a house move
If you move house, the appliance will
need to be re-set for the new altitude if
this differs from the old one by 300 m
or more. To do this, descale the appli‐
ance (see "Cleaning and care / Mainte‐
nance / Descaling").
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Main and sub-menus
39
Recommen‐
ded tempera‐
ture/
Power level
Temperature
range /
Power range
MW
Oven functions 
Steam cooking 
Suitable for all types of food, bottling, juic‐
ing and special applications
100 °C 40–100 °C
Microwave 
For rapid defrosting and reheating of food.
1000 W 80 W, 150 W,
300 W, 450 W,
600 W, 850 W,
1000 W
Automatic programmes 
This option will bring up a list of all Automatic programmes available on this oven
Special applications 
Menu cooking
For cooking several types of food at the
same time
– –
Defrost
For gentle defrosting of frozen food
Steam cooking 60 °C 50–60 °C
Microwave 150 W 80 W, 150 W
Reheat
For gentle reheating of cooked food
Steam cooking 100 °C 80–100 °C
Microwave 450 W 450 W, 600 W,
850 W,
1000 W
Blanching - -
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40
Recommen‐
ded tempera‐
ture/
Setting
Temperature
range
Special applications 
Bottling 90 °C 80–100 °C
Disinfect items – –
Prove dough – –
MyMiele 
MyMiele can be used to personalise your steam oven by inputting frequently
used processes.
User programmes 
You can save your own cooking processes with this option
Settings 
For changing default settings
Maintenance 
Soak – –
Descale – –
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Operation: Steam cooking
41
Simple operation
 Switch the steam oven on using .
The main menu appears in the display.
Only use cold mains tap water
(less than 20 °C). Never use distilled
or mineral water or other liquids.
 Fill the water container and push it
back in so that it connects.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select Oven functions .
 Select Steam cooking .
The following will appear in the display:
– Temperature
– Duration
 Change the recommended tempera‐
ture if necessary.
 Set the cooking duration. Any time
between 1 minute and 10 hours can
be set.
After the cooking duration has been set
the following also appears in the dis‐
play
– Ready at
– Start at
 Set further settings as necessary (see
"Further functions - Setting further
durations")
 Confirm with OK.
The cooking process begins. The steam
generator, lighting and fan switch on.
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42
If you are cooking at a temperature of
approx. 80 °C, Steam reduction will ap‐
pear in the display shortly before the
end of the cooking time and the door
will automatically open a little.
At the end of the cooking duration
– Process finished appears in the dis‐
play,
– the fan remains switched on,
– a buzzer will sound if the buzzer is
switched on (see "Settings - Volume
- Buzzer tones").
You have the option of saving the pro‐
gramme as a User programme (see
"User programmes") or increasing the
duration of the programme via Change.
Touch  to go to the main menu.
Danger of burning.
You could burn yourself on the oven
interior walls, spilled food and ac‐
cessories
Use oven gloves when removing hot
food from the oven.
 Wait until Steam reduction goes out in
the display before opening the door
and removing the food.
 Switch the steam oven off using .
A new cooking process can only be
started if the automatic door opener is
retracted into its original position. Do
not push it in manually as this could
damage it.
After use
 Remove the condensate tray and
empty it.
 Remove and empty the water con‐
tainer, taking out the spill guard be‐
fore emptying.
 After each use, clean and dry the
whole appliance as described in
"Cleaning and care".
 Leave the appliance door open until
the oven interior is completely dry.
Insufficient water
If water needs replenishing during the
programme a buzzer will sound and a
reminder to refill the container will ap‐
pear in the display.
 Remove the water container and fill it
with fresh tap water.
 Push the water container into the ap‐
pliance until it connects.
 Close the door.
Operation will continue.
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43
Interrupting operation
Operation is interrupted as soon as the
door is opened. The heating will be
switched off and the cooking duration
remaining stored in memory.
Danger of burning.
Steam can escape when the door is
opened.
Step back and wait until the steam
has dissipated.
Danger of burning.
You could burn yourself on the oven
interior walls, spilled food and hot
steam.
Wear oven gloves when placing food
in the oven or removing it and when
adjusting oven shelves etc. in a hot
oven
Operation will resume when the door is
closed.
When the door is closed, the pressure
has to equalise, which can cause a
whistling sound.
The oven will heat up again and the dis‐
play will show the temperature of the
cooking compartment as it rises.
Once the set temperature has been
reached, the display will change to
show the cooking duration remaining as
it counts down.
The cooking process will be ended
early if the door is opened in the last
minute of cooking time (55 seconds
standing time).
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44
Further functions
Setting further durations
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a temperature and a duration.
You can set the programme to switch
off or on and off automatically by set‐
ting Ready at or Start at.
– Ready at
You specify the time you want cook‐
ing to stop.
– Start at
You specify the time you want cook‐
ing to start.
Cooking results can be impaired if
there is a long delay between the
food being placed in the oven and
the start of cooking. Fresh food can
change its colour and even deterio‐
rate.
If the temperature in the oven is too
high, e.g. just after another pro‐
gramme, you will not be able to use
this function. Ready at / Start at will not
appear in the display if this is the
case. Open the oven door until the ap‐
pliance has cooled down.
Switching on and off automatically
To switch a cooking programme on and
off automatically you have a choice of
how to enter the time parameters:
– Duration and Ready at
– Duration and Start at
Example: it is 11:45. The food takes 5
minutes to cook and should be ready at
12:30.
 Set a time of 00:05 in the Duration
field.
 Set a time of 12:30 in the Ready at
field.
 Confirm with OK.
Start at is calculated automatically. The
cooking duration entered is added to
the heating-up time calculated by the
steam oven.
Start at 12:18 appears in the display.
The cooking process will start automat‐
ically at this time.
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45
Sequence of an automatic cooking
process
Up until the start time the function,
the selected temperature, cooking du‐
ration (time left), Start at and the start
time will appear in the display.
After the start you will be able to see
the time counting down.
At the end of the programme a buzzer
will sound, if this option has been
switched on (see "Settings - Volume -
Buzzer tones").
The steam generator and lighting will
switch off. Steam reduction and Process
finished will appear in the display.
You have the option of saving the pro‐
gramme as a User programme (see
"User programmes") or increasing the
duration of the programme via Change.
Touch  to go to the main menu.
Changing settings during a cooking
process
 Select Change.
The following will appear in the display:
– Temperature
– Duration
– Ready at
– Start at
If the temperature in the oven is too
high Ready at and Start at are not dis‐
played.
Changing the temperature
 Change the temperature.
 Confirm with OK.
The programme will restart with the
new temperature.
You can permanently reset the recom‐
mended temperature to suit your per‐
sonal cooking preferences. (See "Set‐
tings - Recommended temperatures").
Changing the cooking duration
 Change the duration.
 Confirm with OK.
The programme will restart with the
new duration.
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46
Deleting a finish time
 Set the time to "----" in the Ready at
field.
 Confirm with OK.
The finish time is now deleted.
The programme will start using the du‐
ration set.
Changing the function
To change the function you need to
cancel the current cooking process.
 Touch  twice.
Cancel cooking? appears in the display.
 Select Yes.
The main menu will appear. Any cook‐
ing durations set will be deleted.
 Select the new function.
Cancelling cooking
 Touch  twice.
Cancel cooking? appears in the display.
 Select Yes.
The main menu will appear. Any cook‐
ing durations set will be deleted.
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Operation: Microwave function
47
Simple operation
 Switch the steam oven on using .
The main menu appears in the display.
 Place the food in the oven.
 Select Oven functions .
 Select the Microwave  function.
The following will appear in the display:
– Power level
– Duration
 Change the recommended power
level if necessary.
 Set the cooking duration.
The maximum duration that can be set
depends on the microwave power lev‐
el selected.
When the cooking duration has been
set Open further settings also appears in
the display.
 Set further settings as necessary (see
"Further functions - Setting further
durations")
 Select Start.
The magnetron, lighting and cooling fan
will come on and the cooking pro‐
gramme will start.
The time remaining will then appear in
the display. To interrupt cooking at any
time touch Stop.
At the end of the cooking duration
– Process finished appears in the dis‐
play,
– the cooling fan will continue to run,
– a buzzer will sound if the buzzer is
switched on (see "Settings - Volume
- Buzzer tones").
You have the option of saving the pro‐
gramme as a User programme (see
"User programmes") or increasing the
duration of the programme via Change.
Touch  to go to the main menu.
 Take the food out of the oven.
 Switch the steam oven off using .
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Operation: Microwave function
48
Further functions
Setting further durations
You have placed the food in the oven,
selected a microwave power level and
set the duration.
 Select Open further settings.
Further options will appear in the dis‐
play which you can select or change for
your programme:
– Ready at
– Start at
You can set the programme to switch
off or on and off automatically by set‐
ting Ready at or Start at.
– Ready at
You specify the time you want cook‐
ing to stop.
– Start at
You specify the time you want cook‐
ing to start.
Cooking results can be impaired if
there is a long delay between the
food being placed in the oven and
the start of cooking. Fresh food can
change its colour and even deterio‐
rate.
Switching on and off automatically
To switch a cooking programme on and
off automatically you have a choice of
how to enter the time parameters:
– Duration and Ready at
– Duration and Start at
Example: it is 11:45. The food takes 5
minutes to cook and should be ready at
12:30.
 Set a time of 05:00 in the Duration
field.
 Set a time of 12:30 in the Ready at
field.
 Confirm with OK.
Start at is calculated automatically.
Start at 12:25 appears in the display.
The cooking process will start automat‐
ically at this time.
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Operation: Microwave function
49
Sequence of an automatic cooking
process
Up until the start time the function,
the selected power level, the duration
(time left), Start at and the start time will
appear in the display.
After the start you will be able to see
the time counting down.
At the end of the programme a buzzer
will sound, if this option has been
switched on (see "Settings - Volume -
Buzzer tones").
The magnetron and lighting will switch
off. Process finished will appear in the
display.
You have the option of saving the pro‐
gramme as a User programme (see
"User programmes") or increasing the
duration of the programme via Change.
Touch  to go to the main menu.
Changing settings during a cooking
process
 Select Change.
The following will appear in the display:
– Power level
– Duration
– Open further settings
Further cooking durations can be set
by selecting Open further settings.
Changing the microwave power level
 Change the power level.
 Select Start.
The process will restart with the new
microwave power level.
You can permanently reset the recom‐
mended power level to suit your per‐
sonal cooking practices. See "Settings
- MW power levels".
Changing the cooking duration
 Change the duration.
 Select Start.
The programme will restart with the
new duration.
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Deleting a finish time
 Select Open further settings.
 Set the time to "----" in the Ready at
field.
 Select Start.
The finish time is now deleted.
The programme will start using the du‐
ration set.
Changing the function
To change the function you need to
cancel the current cooking process.
 Touch  twice.
Cancel cooking? appears in the display.
 Select Yes.
The main menu will appear. Any cook‐
ing durations set will be deleted.
 Select the new function.
Cancelling cooking
 Touch  twice.
Cancel cooking? appears in the display.
 Select Yes.
The main menu will appear. Any cook‐
ing durations set will be deleted.

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